Milwaukee Appeal

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Milwaukee Appeal
Sire Milwaukee Brew
Grandsire Wild Again
Dam Appealing Forum
Damsire Open Forum
Sex Filly
Foaled 2006
Country Canada
Colour Bay
Breeder C.E.C. Farms
Owner C.E.C. Farms
Trainer Scott H. Fairlie
Record 11: 5-2-2
Earnings Can$649,938[1]
Major wins
Ontario Lassie Stakes (2008)
Star Shoot Stakes (2009)
Woodbine Oaks (2009)
Sovereign Award for Champion 3-Year-Old Filly (2009)

Milwaukee Appeal (foaled 2006 in Ontario) is a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse.


Milwaukee Appeal was bred and raced by businessman Eugene George under his nom de course, C.E.C. Farms. She was sired by Milwaukee Brew, one of only three horses to ever win back-to-back runnings of the Santa Anita Handicap. Her grandsire, Wild Again, won the 1984 Breeders' Cup Classic. Her dam, Appealing Forum, is a daughter of Open Forum, who won the Risen Star Stakes and is a son of two-time Leading sire in North America and Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame inductee Deputy Minister. Based at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto. Milwaukee Appeal is trained by Scott Fairlie.

Racing career[edit]

The filly's 2009 season was highlighted by a win in the Woodbine Oaks[2] in which she was ridden by Canadian-born jockey Stewart Elliott, who won the 2004 Kentucky Derby aboard Smarty Jones. With Elliott aboard again, Milwaukee Appeal finished third in the 150th running of Canada's premier race, the Queen's Plate.

On July 12 of 2009, the filly went to Fort Erie for the annual Prince of Wales Stakes and placed second behind Gallant but ahead of Queen's Plate winner Eye of the Leopard.

In the Alabama Stakes, she finished second behind Careless Jewel.


Pedigree of Milwaukee Appeal
Milwaukee Brew
Wild Again Icecapade Nearctic
Bushel-n-Peck Khaled
Ask Anita Wolf Power Flirting Around
Epanoui Val de l'Orne
Appealing Forum
Open Forum Deputy Minister Vice Regent
Mint Copy
Agretta Graustark
Queen's Paradise
Appealing Inez Valid Appeal In Reality
Desert Trial
Here's Inez Venetian Court
Ky. Morn


  1. ^ Milwaukee Appeal's pedigree and partial racing stats
  2. ^ article on Milwaukee Appeal's win in the Woodbine Oaks