Discreetly Mine

Discreetly Mine is an American thoroughbred race horse. Foaled in 2007, he won the Risen Star Stakes in February 2010, making him a contender for the 2010 Kentucky Derby in which he finished thirteenth.

Discreetly Mine
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Discreetly Mine at Belmont Park on Belmont Stakes day, June 5, 2010
GrandsireA.P. Indy
DamPretty Discreet
DamsirePrivate Account
CountryUnited States
BreederE. Paul Robsham Stables, LLC
OwnerE. Paul Robsham Stables, LLC
Trainer1) Stanley M. Hough
2) Todd A. Pletcher
Record12: 5-4-0
Major wins
Risen Star Stakes (2010)
Jersey Shore Stakes (2010)
Amsterdam Stakes (2010)
King's Bishop Stakes (2010)


Bred in Kentucky by E. Paul Robsham, Discreetly Mine was sired by Mineshaft (by A.P. Indy), who was voted the 2003 American Horse of the Year. He is out of Pretty Discreet, a Grade I winner of the Alabama Stakes, herself a daughter of Private Account. This makes Discreetly Mine a half brother to Co-World Champion 3-Year-Old (2006) Discreet Cat (by Forestry).

Discreetly Mine was raced by E. Paul Robsham Stables, LLC and trained by Todd Pletcher.

Two-year-old CampaignEdit

Discreetly Mine broke his maiden in his third career start at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. After this win, he was placed in the Grade II Belmont Futurity Stakes, where he finished second to D' Funnybone. His final two-year-old start was another second in the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes in which he was defeated by Homeboykris.

Three-year-old CampaignEdit

Discreetly Mine won the Risen Star Stakes on February 20, 2010. He then ran in the March 27 Louisiana Derby, finishing fourth to winner Mission Impazible.

In other 2010 races Discreetly Mine took the Jersey Shore Stakes and the Amsterdam Stakes, placed in the Jim Dandy Stakes, and won the 2010 King's Bishop Stakes.

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