|Breeder||Silk Willoughby Farm|
|Trainer||John J. Lenzini, Jr.|
American Triple Crown wins:
Preakness Stakes (1982)
Aloma's Ruler was purchased for $92,000 at the 1981 Hialeah, Florida sale of two-year-olds by Baltimore, Maryland businessman Nathan "Red" Scherr (1923–2003), who was advised by trainer John Lenzini, Jr..
Sent to the track at age two, Aloma's Ruler won one stakes race. At age three in 1982, he won the Bahamas Stakes at Hialeah Park Race Track on January 7 and the May 8 Withers Stakes at Aqueduct Racetrack. Then, in the biggest win of his career, he defeated prohibitive favorite Linkage in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. In a race devoid of early speed, Aloma's Ruler made the lead easily, slowed the pace down the back stretch, and held on to win. He finished ninth in the Belmont Stakes and won the Jersey Derby at Monmouth Park in July. Aloma's Ruler came out of a second-place finish in the August 21st Travers Stakes at Saratoga Race Course with an ankle injury that ended his racing career.
Retired to stud, Aloma's Ruler met with limited success. From his eighteen crops, he sired six stakes winners.
|Native Charger||Native Dancer||Polynesian|
|Cathy Honey||Francis S.||Royal Charger|
|Blue Eyed Momo|
|Honey Ration||Blue Peter|
- "Nathan Scherr, Raced Preakness Winner Aloma's Ruler, Dead". Bloodhorse.com, November 24, 2003 Retrieved 2011-11-30.
- Aloma's Ruler's five-generation pedigree and race record Retrieved 2011-11-30.
- Glenye Cain, "Aloma's Ruler dead at 24". Daily Racing Form, July 16, 2003 Retrieved 2011-11-30.