Virginia-bred Winners

It’s been a busy week for Virginia-breds, with winners from Churchill Downs to Parx to Charles Town. Check out some of the win photos here!

Union Prayer, a Virginia-bred Dixie Union (bred by Ned Evans), broke his maiden at Churchill Downs on November 6. Kellyn Gorder trains for Los Samanes LLC.

Union Prayer, a Virginia-bred Dixie Union (bred by Ned Evans), broke his maiden at Churchill Downs on November 6. Kellyn Gorder trains for Los Samanes LLC.

Union Prayer, a Virginia-bred Dixie Union (bred by Ned Evans), broke his maiden at Churchill Downs on November 6. Kellyn Gorder trains for Los Samanes LLC.

Union Prayer, a Virginia-bred Dixie Union (bred by Ned Evans), broke his maiden at Churchill Downs on November 6. Kellyn Gorder trains for Los Samanes LLC.

Virginia-bred Anybodyreallyknow, bred by Larry Johnson, won an allowance at Parx on November 3 for Peter Kazamias.

Virginia-bred Anybodyreallyknow, bred by Larry Johnson, won an allowance at Parx on November 3 for Peter Kazamias.

Virginia exacta! Final Bow, owned by Atkins Construction Group and trained by Susan Cooney, won a maiden special weight at Charles Town on November 2. Pepper Bay, second, is owned and trained by Jimmy Day.

Virginia exacta! Final Bow, owned by Atkins Construction Group and trained by Susan Cooney, won a maiden special weight at Charles Town on November 2. Pepper Bay, second, is owned and trained by Jimmy Day.

Virginia-bred Nagatamen won a claiming race at Charles Town on November 1. Bred, raised and started at Eagle Point Farm. Trained and owned by Ernest Haynes.

Virginia-bred Nagatamen won a claiming race at Charles Town on November 1. Bred, raised and started at Eagle Point Farm. Trained and owned by Ernest Haynes.