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All Along

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All Along (Michael Burns)
All Along
Induction Year: 
1990
Foaled: 
1979
Breeder: 
Daniel Wildenstein
Owner: 
Daniel Wildenstein
Trainer: 
Patrick Biancone
Sire: 
Targowice
Dam: 
Agujita
Damsire: 
Vieux Manoir
Career Years: 
1981-1984
Starts: 
21
First: 
9
Second: 
4
Third: 
2
Earnings: 
$3,015,764.00

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Bio

French-bred filly All Along won four major races in the span of 41 days during 1983 en route to becoming the first foreign-based horse to be voted Horse of the Year in the United States.

 

Bred and campaigned by art dealer Daniel Wildenstein and trained by Patrick Biancone, All Along won the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in France, the Rothmans International Stakes at Woodbine in Canada, the Turf Classic at Aqueduct in New York and the Washington, D.C. International at Laurel Park in Maryland in the fall of 1983 as a 4-year-old.

 

At age 5 in 1984, All Along finished third in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and second in the inaugural Breeders’ Cup Turf. At the time of her retirement following her 1984 campaign, All Along was the all-time leading distaffer in terms of career purse earnings with $3,015,764.

 

All Along was retired to Three Chimneys Farm in Midway, Ky. From 13 foals, All Along produced 11 starters and four winners. Her lone stakes winner was Group 2 winner Along All, by Mill Reef. All Along died at Three Chimneys at the age of 26 in 2005. 

 

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