December62012
Renown
1947 bay colt by War Admiral, out of Durazna
Renown was something of a product of a rivalry. His mother, Durazna, was the Champion Juvenile Filly of 1943, but was chiefly remembered for her battles with rival Busher. When Duranza was retired for the 1946 breeding season, her first stallion was Triple Crown winner War Admiral, the sire of none other than Busher
Renown himself was a durable, but sadly unspectacular colt. He raced a total of 106 times, and won a respectable $59,000
At stud, his best offspring was multiple minor stakes winner Double Lea

Renown

1947 bay colt by War Admiral, out of Durazna

Renown was something of a product of a rivalry. His mother, Durazna, was the Champion Juvenile Filly of 1943, but was chiefly remembered for her battles with rival Busher. When Duranza was retired for the 1946 breeding season, her first stallion was Triple Crown winner War Admiral, the sire of none other than Busher

Renown himself was a durable, but sadly unspectacular colt. He raced a total of 106 times, and won a respectable $59,000

At stud, his best offspring was multiple minor stakes winner Double Lea

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