During her racing career, Eclipse Award winner Blind Luck won 12 of 22 starts and amassed earnings of $3,279,520. Her time on the track was highlighted by a win in the 2010 Kentucky Oaks leading to divisional honors as the top three-year-old filly. Other major stakes races on her resume include the Alabama, Delaware Hadicap, Hollywood Starlet, Las Virgenes, Oak Leaf, Delaware Oaks, La Troienne, Fantasy and Vanity Handicap. She defeated the eventual 2011 Horse of the Year, Havre de Grace, in four of their six meetings.
Raced in partnership with Dr. Mark Dedomenico, Peter Abruzzo, John Carver & Jerry Hollendorfer, Blind Luck was retired in the fall of 2011. She was later purchased outright by Dr. Dedomenico for $2.5 Million in the 2011 Keeneland Sale. The daughter of Pollard’s Vision currently resides as a broodmare at Hill ‘n’ Dale farm in Lexington, Kentucky.