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Agile
Sire Sir Dixon
Grandsire Billet
Dam Alpena
Damsire King Alfonso
Sex Stallion
Foaled 1902
Country United States United States
Colour Bay
Breeder Runnymede Farm
(Ezekiel F. Clay)
Owner 1) Samuel S. Brown
2) Frank Brown
Trainer Robert Tucker
Record 66: 14 - 12 - 9
Earnings $39,800
Major wins
Sapphire Stakes (1904)
Waldorf Stakes (1904)
Advance Stakes (1905)
Phoenix Stakes (1905)
Tennessee Derby (1905)

American Classic Race wins:
Kentucky Derby (1905)

Agile (foaled 1902 at in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse that was the winner of the 1905 Kentucky Derby.[1] Agile won the Sapphire Stakes as a two year old and the Phoenix Stakes as a three year old.

Agile won the Kentucky Derby against two other competitors, Ram's Horn and Layson, in one of the smallest racing fields since Azra won in 1892.

Following the death of Capt. Samuel S. Brown, his son Frank bought Agile for $5,700 in the July 1906 dispersal sale of the entire racing stable.[2] The last record of Agile racing was in a November 1907 claiming race at the Aqueduct race track in New York, where he finished dead last.[3]

Agile sired three registered Thoroughbred offspring, the fillies Lady Eloise (1913), Chancy M (1915) and Katie Strand (1913) out of Texas bred mares.[4] Lady Eloise is the third dam of American Quarter Horse Champion, Woven Web, who was also a sibling of Assault.[5]

References

  1. ^ Agile Pedigree[1]
  2. ^ "Brown Stable dispersed." NY Times July 22, 1906[2]
  3. ^ NY Times. Nov. 3, 1907[3]
  4. ^ Agile Progeny Report[4]
  5. ^ Woven Web Pedigree[5]
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