Drumtop

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Drumtop
Sire Round Table
Grandsire Princequillo
Dam Zona
Damsire Nasrullah
Sex Mare
Foaled 1966
Country United States
Colour Bay
Breeder Mrs. George G. Proskauer
Owner James B. Moseley
Trainer Roger Laurin
Record 44: 17-9-3
Earnings US$493,738
Major wins
Princeton Handicap (1969)
New York Handicap (1969)
Canadian International Stakes (1970)
Columbiana Handicap (1970)
Edgemere Handicap (1970, 1971)
Camden Handicap (1971)
Hialeah Turf Cup Handicap (1971)
Palm Beach Stakes (1971)
Bowling Green Handicap (1971)
Honours
Drumtop Handicap at Belmont Park

Drumtop (1966–1983) was an American Thoroughbred horse racing mare purchased as a yearling for $47,000 who won close to half a million dollars in racing against both females and males.

Racing career[edit]

In 1971 Drumtop broke three track records:

  1. Hialeah Park: 12FT 2:26.4/5, February 27, 1971. [1]
  2. Garden State Park: 10FT 1:59.4/5, May 15, 1971. [2]
  3. Belmont Park: 12FT 2:25 2/5, June 12, 1971. [3]

Breeding record[edit]

When her racing career ended, Drumtop was a broodmare at Rokeby Farm in Upperville, Virginia She produced nine foals that raced of which three were stakes race winners. Drumtop's son Topsider, sired by Northern Dancer, set a new track record for 6½ furlongs at Saratoga Race Course. Topsider became a very good sire of Champions whose offspring won more than $18 million.

Drumtop died in foaling on March 4, 1983, at Rokeby Farm, Virginia.

Pedigree[edit]

Pedigree of Drumtop
Sire
Round Table
Princequillo Prince Rose Rose Prince
Indolence
Cosquilla Papyrus
Quick Thoughts
Knight's Daughter Sir Cosmo The Boss
Ayn Hali
Feola Friar Marcus
Aloe
Dam
Zonah
Nasrullah Nearco Pharos
Nogara
Mumtaz Begum Blenheim
Mumtaz Mahal
Gambetta My Babu Djebel
Perfume
Rough Shod Gold Bridge
Dalmary

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