A good-looking bay filly by In Excess, Repo was on the Southern California scene between the 2009 and 2010 seasons.
Her first year was her best, and the 2009 Hollywood Park spring/summer meet played host to the best phase of her career. Ridden by Corey Nakatani during that time, she overcame the extreme outside post to get into the early mix on debut before getting the win at four and one-half furlongs, then went on to take second and first in the Cinderella and Landaluce Stakes for a very productive meet at the Home of Champions. She built on that with first place in the California Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Stakes early in Del Mar's summer meet, and later took second in the Barretts Debutante at Fairplex Park in Pomona.
While Repo showed class with her work in minor stakes, her weakness seemed to be against graded stakes foes. She never matched what she could do in the listed or black-type ranks against that caliber of horses, producing off-the-board finishes in Del Mar's Grade I Darley Debutante and the Oak Leaf Stakes at Santa Anita. Still, those showings did nothing to diminish her overall record, for the Doug O'Neill trainee was voted 2009's Top Two-Year-Old Cal-bred Filly at the California Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Awards.
Attaining that honor appeared to be a good way to build momentum for her three-year-old campaign, but Repo was unable to duplicate her success from the previous season. In three starts as a sophomore, her best result was second in Hollywood Park's Manhattan Beach Stakes. She actually reached the wire first in that turf race, but was disqualified for interference and demoted one place. The other two starts saw her fifth or lower.
In a ten-race career for Reddam Racing, Repo collected three wins and three seconds. She then moved on to being a mare, and has produced black-type stakes winner Ann Arbor Eddie; and Take Back Spring, who took third in the 2014 CTBA Stakes five years after her dam won the race.
The first half of Repo's career was far more prolific than the second, but she made the most of it. Though not among the most popular horses of her generation, she displayed enough talent to earn the status of champion.