Little, one-eyed Pollard’s Vision is huge on courage and accomplishments. Named by racing owner David Moore after Seabiscuit’s jockey, Red Pollard, who was also blind in the right eye, the colt raced for Edgewood Farm. He was trained by Todd Pletcher and ridden to stakes victories by John Velazquez, Jerry Bailey and Eibar Coa. At two Pollard’s Vision finished third in the Huntington Stakes. At three he won the 2004 Illinois Derby (G2) and Lone Star Derby (G3), as well as the Leonard Richards Stakes (G3) at Delaware Park. He also competed in the Kentucky Derby (won by Smarty Jones), and finished second in no less than three other Derbies, Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. At four he won the National Jockey Club Handicap (G3). His track earnings total $1,430,311. He stood at Wintergreen Stallion Station in Kentucky where he was foaled, then Waldorf Farm in New York and Mighty Acres in Oklahoma. Pollard’s Vision sired Blind Luck, winner of the 2010 Kentucky Oaks and other G1 stakes and 2010 Eclipse Champion Three-Year-Old Filly. Old Friends thanks Randy Blair and all at Mighty Acres for enabling Pollard’s Vision’s retirement with us. Share sheet info-click here. Donate to sponsor Pollard’s Vision. Receive a certificate & 8×10 photo
23 Starts: 6 - 7 - 4, $1,430,311
At 2: 3rd Huntington S.
At 3: 1st Illinois Derby (G2), Leonard Richards S.(G3), Lone Star Derby (G3); 2nd Pennsylvania Derby (G2), Ohio Derby (G2), West Virginia Derby (G3); 3rd Louisiana Derby (G2)
At 4: 1st National Jockey Club H.(G3); 2nd Pimlico Special (G1), Mineshaft H.(G3); 3rd Suburban H.(G1).
Most Recent Auction Result: $70,000 Keeneland 2003 April Two-Year-Olds in Training
2016 – 2017: Mighty Acres, Ok 2014 – 2015: Pleasant Acres, FL 2013 – 2013: Waldorf Farm, NY 2006 – 2012: Wintergreen Farm, KY (Shuttled to Argentina) Sire of 2003 Eclipse champion 3-year-old filly Blind Luck 2018 Pensioned from Stud Duties
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