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Not for Silver (by Not For Love), bred in partnership by Dark Hollow Farm, William H.D. deBurgh and George I.E. Harris, campaigned for owner Ted Julio, who purchased him for $85,000 at the 2008 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale. He had been sold by Dark Hollow Farm at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Eastern Fall Yearling sale for $32,000.
Trained by Laurel Park-based Mike Trombetta, Not for Silver won his only start at 2 and came out running as a 3-year-old, winning his first two starts in 2009 by a combined margin of seven and a half lengths. His stakes debut came in his second outing of the season, Aqueduct’s six-furlong Fred “Cappy” Capossella Stakes on February 15, in which he scored as even-money favorite in a field of six. Returning next to his home court at Laurel, Not for Silver finished a game second, beaten a head by St John’s Gospel, in the one-mile Private Terms Stakes on March 21.
But the best was yet to come.
Not for Silver carried the banner for Maryland in the Grade 3 Hirsch Jacobs Stakes, a six-furlong feature on the Preakness undercard at Pimlico on May 16, as runner-up to Everyday Heroes.
Then in his next outing, on July 11, he staked his claim as one of the top 3-year-old sprinters in the country, charging down the stretch to triumph by four and a half lengths in the six-furlong Grade 2 Carry Back Stakes on Summit of Speed Day at Calder.
Not for Silver added one more stakes placing – as runner-up, a length and a quarter behind El Brujo, in Keene land’s seven-furlong Perry ville Stakes-G3 on October 17.
His two stakes wins and three stakes placings came at five different race tracks, over dirt and Polytrack.
Not for Silver is out of the Silver Deputy mare Silverdew, whom the Haydens purchased for $75,000 (in foal to Golden Missile) at the 2003 Adena Springs November sale. (That 2004 foal, a gelding named Mer cantile, brought $175,000 as a pinhooking prospect at the Keeneland September Yearling sale and $2 million when resold at the Fasig-Tipton Florida 2-year-olds in training sale. Mercantile is a three-time winner of $83,160.)
Silverdew is no longer a member of the Dark Hollow broodmare band, having been sold for $15,000 (not in foal) at the 2007 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December Mixed sale.

NOT FOR SILVER  (by Not For Love), bred in partnership by Dark Hollow Farm, William H.D. deBurgh and George Harris, campaigned for owner Ted Julio, who purchased him for $85,000 at the 2008 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale. He had been sold by Dark Hollow Farm at the Fasig-Tipton December Mixed sale for $32,000.

Trained by Laurel Park-based Mike Trombetta, NOT FOR SILVER won his only start at 2 and came out running as a 3-year-old, winning his first two starts in 2009 by a combined margin of seven and a half lengths. His stakes debut came in his second outing of the season, Aqueduct’s six-furlong Fred “Cappy” Capossella S. on February 15, in which he scored as even-money favorite in a field of six. Returning next to his home court at Laurel, NOT FOR SILVER finished a game second, beaten a head by St John’s Gospel, in the one-mile Private Terms S. on March 21. But the best was yet to come. 

NOT FOR SILVER carried the banner for Maryland in the Grade 3 Hirsch Jacobs S., a six-furlong feature on the Preakness undercard at Pimlico on May 16, as runner-up to Everyday Heroes. Then in his next outing, on July 11, he staked his claim as one of the top 3-year-old sprinters in the country, charging down the stretch to triumph by four and a half lengths in the six-furlong Grade 2 Carry Back S. on Summit of Speed Day at Calder. He added one more stakes placing – as runner-up, a length and a quarter behind El Brujo, in Keeneland’s seven-furlong Perryville S.-G3 in October. 

NOT FOR SILVER's two stakes wins and three stakes placings came at five different race tracks, over dirt and Polytrack. In 2009 he was voted Maryland-bred champion 3-year-old as well as champion sprinter. 

He was the third foal bred by Dark Hollow Farm and partners out of the Silver Deputy mare Silverdew, whom the Haydens purchased for $75,000 (in foal to Golden Missile) at the 2003 Adena Springs November sale. That Golden Missile foal brought $175,000 as a pinhooking prospect at the Keeneland September Yearling sale and was resold for $2 million at the Fasig-Tipton Florida 2-year-olds in training sale at Calder.


Race Record
1st - $200,000 Carry Back S.-G2 at CRC  Video Triangle
1st - $75,000 Fred "Cappy" Caposella at AQU Video Triangle
2nd - $100,000 Hirsch Jacobs S.-G3 at PIM

NOT FOR SILVER
Dk.b./br.c., 2006, Not For Love—Silverdew, by Silver Deputy
Bred by Dark Hollow Farm, William DeBurgh and George Harris
Sold for $32,000 as a yearling to SIGMUND MARGULIES at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December Mixed Sale.