Lecomte Stakes 2020 Starting Field Announced

Posted on January 14, 2020 - Last Updated on January 18, 2020

The starting field for the 2020 Lecomte Stakes is set. The race runs on January 18th. Many casual horse racing fans haven’t heard of the Lecomte Stakes. But it’s an important event because it’s one of the feeder races for the Kentucky Derby.

Here’s the starting field with more information about each horse.

The field is listed by post position.

1 – Finnick the Fierce – Foaled on April 22, 2017, Finnick the Fierce is trained by Rey Hernandez and owned by Arnaldo Monge and Rey Hernandez. In three starts Finnick the Fierce has one first-place finish and one second-place finish. Career earnings are $82,890.

2 – Mr. Monomoy – Foaled on April 11, 2017, Mr. Monomoy is trained by Brad Cox and owned by Michael Dubb, Doheny Racing Stable, and Madaket Stables. In three starts Mr. Monomoy has one first-place finish and one second-place finish. Career earnings are $67,162.

3 – Perfect Star – Foaled on February 24, 2017, Perfect Star is trained by Scott Gelnar and owned by Anton Kubacak. In four starts Perfect Star has two first-place finishes. Career earnings are $68,523.

4 – Scabbard – Foaled on April 7, 2017, Scabbard is trained by Eddie Kenneally and owned by Joseph Sutton. In four starts Scabbard has one first-place finish and two second-place finishes. Career earnings are $232,848.

5 – Excession – Foaled on February 36, 2017, Excession is trained by Steven Asmussen and owned by Calumet Farm. In six starts Excession has one first-place finish and three third-place finishes. Career earnings are $82,612.

6 – New Eagle – Foaled on February 25, 2017, New Eagle is trained by Michael Maker and owned by Calumet Farm. In four starts New Eagle has one first-place finish and one second-place finish. Career earnings are $33,950.

7 – Halo Again – Foaled on April 5, 2017, Halo Again is trained by Steven Asmussen and owned by Willis Horton Racing and Winchell Thoroughbreds. In two starts Halo Again has two first-place finishes. Career earnings are $137,725.

8 – Jack the Umpire – Foaled on March 27, 2017, Jack the Umpire is trained by Brett Brinkman and owned by Dale Ladner. In four starts Jack the Umpire has three first-place finishes. Career earnings are $102,800.

9 – Silver State – Foaled on February 15, 2017, Silver State is trained by Steven Asmussen and owned by Willis Horton Racing and Winchell Thoroughbreds. In two starts Silver State has one first-place finish and one second-place finish. Career earnings are $56,106.

10 – Enforceable – Foaled on April 3, 2017, Enforceable is trained by Mark Casse and owned by John Oxley. In six starts Enforceable has one first-place finish, one second-place finish, and two third-place finishes. Career earnings are $147,150.

11 – Bango – Foaled on March 7, 2017, Bango is trained by Gregory Foley and owned by Tamaroak Partners. In five starts Bango has one first-place finish, two second-place finishes, and one third-place finish. Career earnings are $97,812.

12 – Shashashakemeup – Foaled on March 13, 2017, Shashashakemeup is trained by Keith Desormeaux and owned by Calumet Farm. In two starts Shashashakemeup has one first-place finish. Career earnings are $34,760.

13 – Sycamore Run – Foaled on April 18, 2017, Sycamore Run is trained by Joe Sharp and owned by Evan Dilworth and Scott Dilworth. In one start Sycamore Run has one first-place finish. Career earnings are $27,000.

14 – Lynn’s Map – Foaled on April 1, 2017, Lynn’s Map is trained by Mark Casse and owned by Prince Sultan Bin Mishal Al Saud. In three starts Lynn’s Map has two first-place finishes and one third-place finish.

Trainer Steve Asmussen has three horses in the field. Asmussen is in the Hall of Fame. He has 8,715 first-place finishes in 42,093 starts and career earnings of $323,799,051. His horses won the Belmont Stakes in 2016 and the Preakness Stakes in 2007 and 2009. His horses also won seven Breeder’s Cup races.

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