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She's A Maneater churns out $30 million in earnings

BY OBSERVER WRITER

Friday, November 16, 2018

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She's A Maneater became the first horse in local racing to earn over $30 million after her win in last Saturday's (November 10, 2018) Burger King sponsored Superstakes.

From a total of 20 career starts, inclusive of 16 wins, two second-place finishes, one third position and one time out of the frame, the offspring of Natural Selection - Ahwhofah has earned a total of $30,878,600.

Next on the list is old stager and the ever reliable Perfect Neighbour, another progeny of Natural Selection, who has racked up $26,977,600 in earnings.

The top three positions is completed by Seeking My Dream, winner of two first Diamond Mile races, with stakes of $26,636,650.

All horses in the top three are trained by Wayne DaCosta and all three are still in training.

The list of all-time top 10 earners is published below.

Name Age 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Unpl Starts Stakes $
1. SHE'S A MANEATER (4) 16 2 1 0 1 20 30,878,600.00
2. PERFECT NEIGHBOUR (8) 20 13 10 10 10 63 26,977,600.00
3. SEEKING MY DREAM (6) 12 9 3 0 5 29 26,636,650.00
4. MARK MY WORD (11) 16 1 3 3 2 25 24,485,750.00
5. SAINT CECELIA (12) 24 5 4 0 4 37 21,451,950.00
6. TYPEWRITER (9) 14 6 5 1 9 35 20,243,650.00
7. BIGDADDYKOOL (5) 9 7 7 1 1 25 18,277,950.00
8. DISTINCTLY IRISH (17) 19 7 1 5 3 35 17,559,850.00
9. MIRACLE MAN (16) 16 5 2 1 0 24 16,047,350.00
10. I'MSATISFIED (21) 25 15 9 6 5 60 15,514,650.00

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