Mogambo (horse)

Mogambo (foaled 1983 in Kentucky) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse whose wins included a nine-length victory in the Grade I Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.[1] Bred and raced by Peter M. Brant, Mogambo was sired by the outstanding Champion stallion, Mr. Prospector. His dam was Lakeville Miss, the American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly of 1977.[2]

Trained by National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame inductee, Leroy Jolley, Mogambo retired having won four of his nineteen starts with earnings of $958,176.

Stud careerEdit

Mogambo's descendants include:[3]

c = colt, f = filly

Foaled Name Sex Major Wins
1989 Gary Gumbo c Riggs Handicap, Rutger's Handicap
1989 Natural Nine c Silver Screen Handicap, Bradbury Stakes
1989 Anh Duong f Matron Stakes
1990 Nasr Allah c Bénazet-Rennen
1991 Life's Luck c Schwarzgold-Rennen
1996 Belmont Actor c Santa Anita Trophy, Funabashi Memorial
1998 Ten Litre c Takasaki Grand Prix, Takasaki Memorial

PedigreeEdit

Pedigree of Tosen Ra (JPN), 2012[4]
Sire
Mr. Prospector (USA)
1970
Raise a Native (USA)
1961
Native Dancer Polynesian
Geisha
Raise Your Case Ace
Lady Glory
Gold Digger (USA)
1962
Nashua Nasrullah
Segula
Sequence Count Fleet
Miss Dogwood
Dam
Lakeville Miss (USA)
1975
Rainy Lake (USA)
1959
Royal Charger Nearco
Sun Princess
Portage War Admiral
Carillon
Hew (USA)
1959
Blue Prince Princequillo
Blue Denim
Jitsa Questionnaire
Fair Perdita

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Newsday - October 20, 1985
  2. ^ Mogambo's pedigree
  3. ^ "Mogambo(USA)". JBIS. Retrieved 6 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Mogambo". JBIS. 2017-11-28. Retrieved 2019-03-28.