1985 Halo – Pound Foolish, by Sir Ivor
Raced by Arthur Hancock III and partner Alex Campbell Jr. for the majority of her career, Goodbye Halo was a daughter of Stone Farm stallion Halo. She won the Demoiselle S.-G1 by ten lengths at two, then shipped to California where she won the Hollywood Starlet S.-G1 in her next outing. At three, she won the Kentucky Oaks-G1, Las Virgenes S/-G1, Mother Goose S.-G1, and Coaching Club American Oaks-G1, and at four she won the La Canada S.-G1. Goodbye Halo had the distinction of ranking second in her division as a 2-year-old, 3-year-old, and 4-year-old. She earned $1.7 million from her 24 times to the post, and she won or placed 20 times, 19 times in Graded stakes.