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Street Cry (IRE)

Age
20
Foal date
11/03/1998
Gender
Horse
Colour
Bay/Brown
Sire
Machiavellian (USA)
Dam
Helen Street (GB)
Breeder
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Official rating
Career earnings
$5,150,983.75
Starts12Wins5Placed7
DateResultRacecourseRace details
03/08/20022ndSaratoga (USA)Whitney Handicap (Grade 1) (Dirt) 3yo+
15/06/20021stChurchill Downs (USA)Stephen Foster Handicap (Grade 1) (Dirt) 3yo+
23/03/20021stNad Al Sheba (UAE)Dubai World Cup (Group 1) (Dirt) 4yo+
28/02/20021stNad Al Sheba (UAE)Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Challenge Round III (Group 2) (Sponsored by Derrinstown Stud) 3yo+
31/10/20012ndAqueduct (USA)Discovery Handicap (Grade 3) 3yo
24/03/20012ndNad Al Sheba (UAE)UAE Derby (Group 3) (Dirt) 3yo
01/03/20011stNad Al Sheba (UAE)UAE 2000 Guineas 3yo Conditions
04/11/20003rdChurchill Downs (USA)Breeders' Cup Juvenile (Grade 1) (Colts & Geldings) (Dirt) 2yo
07/10/20002ndSanta Anita (USA)Norfolk Stakes (Grade 2) (2yo) (dirt) 2yo
13/09/20002ndDel Mar (USA)Del Mar Futurity (Grade 2) 2yo
19/08/20001stDel Mar (USA)Maiden Special Weight 2yo Mdn
16/07/20002ndHollywood Park (USA)Maiden Special Weight 2yo Mdn
Street Cry (IRE) Machiavellian (USA) Mr Prospector (USA) Raise A Native (USA)
1961
1970 Gold Digger (USA)
1987
1987 Coup De Folie (USA) Halo (USA)
1969
1982 Raise The Standard (CAN)
1978
1998 Helen Street (GB) Troy (GB) Petingo (GB)
1965
1976 La Milo (GB)
1963
1982 Waterway (FR) Riverman (USA)
1969
1976 Boulevard II (IRE)
1968
Street Cry was top class on dirt; trained by Eoin Harty at two, he ended his juvenile campaign with a fine third in the 2000 Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Churchill Downs; he won the UAE 2,000 Guineas (beating Noverre) on first start for Saeed bin Suroor as a 3yo, before a narrow defeat in the UAE Derby; he returned to Nad Al Sheba at four to win the Group 2 Sheikh Maktoum Challenge R2, but enjoyed his finest hour with a dominant display to win the 2002 Grade 1 Dubai World Cup by four and a half lengths; followed this with another convincing Grade 1 win in the Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs and ended his career by finishing runner-up in the Grade 1 Whitney Handicap at Saratoga; he was very effective over 1m-1m2f on a fast dirt surface