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Carina Mia (blue cap) turned on the pressure, but Songbird (rail) pulled
away in the stretch
CALIFORNIA CHROME RETURNS TO LOS AL
3
HARD ACES GRINDS OUT WIN IN COUGAR II
4
HARD SPUN GETS 50TH BLACK-TYPE WINNER
5
RACHEL'S VALENTINA RETIRED SOUND
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BEHOLDER SIZZLES ON CALIFORNIA TRACK
6
NYQUIST TURNS IN RELAXED WORK
7
SOUTHERN GIRL SHOWS STYLE IN 2016 DEBUT
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DECISION TO SCRATCH PAYS OFF FOR MOTION
8
CALIFORNIA CHROME, 'DIAMOND' STARS OF SALE 9
SONGBIRD STILL PERFECT AFTER
CCA OAKS TEST
SUNDAY SILENCE DOMINATES BROODMARE SIRES10
RESULTS11
By Jeremy Balan
T
ENTRIES15
he Graveyard of Champions had nothing on the
champ that took to the track July 24.
Fox Hill Farms' undefeated Songbird, as if she
wanted to toy with onlookers and viewers across the
nation to build the drama, took Carina Mia's best
shot during the final turn in the $500,000 Coaching
Club American Oaks (gr. I) and the challenger moved
onto even terms turning for home, but the indefatigable daughter of Medaglia d'Oro was still able to
win in her signature fashion.
From the three-sixteenths pole to the wire at
Saratoga Race Course, Carina Mia was no match
despite her best efforts, and Songbird went on to win
by open lengths yet again.
"I asked her more than I've ever had to," said jockey Mike Smith, who gave Songbird three strikes with
the whip early in the stretch, but only had to show
the whip to the filly once she put Carina Mia away.
"I take my hat off to Carina Mia. She made her run a
little bit. But once I got going, I was comfortable.
"This is a tough place to just step into town—especially when you're coming from the West Coast.
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UP WITH THE BIRDS BACK WINNING AT
The humidity factor is what it is. The air is so much
thicker here. It gets to me as a rider, so I can't imagine a horse."
The Jerry Hollendorfer-trained 2-year-old champion filly of 2015 went right to the front from post
1, with Carina Mia applying pressure throughout,
and set fractions of :23.86, :47.52, and 1:11.63
through six furlongs. She absorbed the challenge
in the turn and into the stretch, then finished off
the 1 1/8 miles in 1:49.56.
"We thought we were going to get tested and
we thought (jockey) Julien (Leparoux) would send
(Carina Mia) at us early, which he did," Hollendorfer said. "We got a chance to test our filly and she
dug in."
The margin of victory was 5 1/4 lengths. Carina
Mia finished four lengths clear of Flora Dora, who
was followed by Mo d'Amour and Weep No More.
"At the quarter pole I thought that I might win
the race, but I was second best today," Leparoux
said. "At that one point, I thought I got her but
(Songbird) switched on again. Songbird is a champion. Champions are supposed to do that."
Carina Mia's trainer, Bill Mott, shared his rider's
sentiment.
"I don't think it's any disgrace or embarrassment to run second to Songbird," Mott said. "We
tried her and we had our chance, and we have no
excuse."
Songbird has a perfect record from nine starts,
with five grade I victories and earnings exceeding
$2.4 million. BH
Birds, back in his home country, where he
WOODBINE Sam-Son Farm's Up With the
was named 2013 Canadian Horse of the
Year, snapped a 12-race winless streak with
a 1 1/4-length score in the $200,000 Nijinsky
Stakes (Can-IIT) July 24 at Woodbine.
DESTIN REMAINS ON TRACK FOR JIM
DANDY Twin Creeks Racing Stables and
Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners' Destin, who
fell a nose short of winning the Belmont
Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets (gr. I),
remains on target for the July 30 Jim Dandy
Stakes (gr. II) at Saratoga Race Course.
LANERIE SCORES UNUSUAL DOUBLE AT
ELLIS PARK Jockey Corey Lanerie scored an
unusual double July 23 at Ellis Park, where
he won publicity races aboard a camel and
an ostrich.
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California Chrome and jockey Victor Espinoza return to the winner's circle after the San Diego Handicap
CALIFORNIA CHROME RETURNS TO LOS AL
By Jeremy Balan
"
Congratulations, Mr. Sherman!" one exercise rider
yelled out. "You're a legend, Mr. Sherman!" announced a pony rider. "Atta boy, Art," a jockey agent
said as he walked by.
Walking around the Del Mar barn area July 24,
seemingly everyone who got within earshot of trainer
Art Sherman wanted to express their appreciation for
what they experienced the day before, when California
Chrome and Dortmund did battle in the stretch during
the San Diego Handicap (gr. II).
"That was a nice prep, right?" Sherman said jokingly
of the head-and-head stretch duel that ended up just
0.84 seconds off the Del Mar track record for 1 1/16
miles.
What Sherman was most impressed with Sunday
morning was how his star chestnut came out of his
hard-earned, half-length victory.
"Chrome looked good this morning," the trainer
said. "I was really happy with the way he recovered. I
thought he'd be dead in the water after that trip. I was
amazed by his vitality this morning."
Chrome took an early van ride north to his Los
Alamitos Race Course base Sunday, departing Del Mar
at 8 a.m. PDT.
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"He told me he was homesick," Sherman said with
a laugh.
The plan for now is to give the 2014 Horse of the
Year a couple breezes at Los Al before shipping back
to Del Mar about a week before the TVG Pacific Classic (gr. I), a race that should include Dortmund and
defending winner Beholder.
"We'll get a couple easy drills into him," Sherman
said. "Now that we've got this prep into him, both (he
and Dortmund) will come back to the Pacific Classic as
better horses. It's going to be a hell of a race. You put
these horses in with Beholder—that's some kind of
group."
Sherman opted to train up to the Pacific Classic at
Los Al after observing how California Chrome behaved
leading into the San Diego. At Del Mar, the 5-year-old
chestnut gets a bit worked up, which is all right a few
days leading into a race, but not something Sherman
wants to deal with for almost a full month. At Los Al,
he's noticeably more relaxed.
"With all the hustle and the bustle, and everybody
wanting to come by all the time, I think for him—with
all the action around here—he gets so stirred up,"
Sherman said. "It's just too much action for him. He
doesn't fret or anything, but walking past some of
these pens—he's a stud horse and gets keyed up" BH
MONDAY, JULY 25, 2016
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BENOIT PHOTO
Hard Aces and jockey Santiago Gonzalez win the Cougar II Handicap
HARD ACES GRINDS OUT WIN IN COUGAR II
By Myra Lewyn
H
ronis Racing's Hard Aces took control at the start
and repelled a stern challenge from Quick Casablanca around the final turn to win the $100,000
Cougar II Handicap (gr. III) July 24 at Del Mar.
The stout-hearted son of Hard Spun won by a
half-length from determined Quick Casablanca and
finished off 1 1/2 miles in 2:30.55 on a fast track to
snap a nine-race winless stretch dating back to his
victory in the 2015 Gold Cup at Santa Anita (gr. I).
Quick Casablanca, victor in the 2016 San Juan Capistrano (gr. IIIT), chased the winner for much of the
trip and got his head in front briefly during the last
of three turns. Hard Aces knuckled down for jockey
Santiago Gonzalez and led into the stretch by a halflength, gamely holding that opponent off to win.
Hard Aces ticked off fractions of :51.15 for the half
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and 1:16 for six furlongs and was timed in 1:41.99 for
a mile, while Quick Casablanca pressed a head back.
Though a willing rival, Quick Casablanca gave way
when Hard Aces was given his cue.
The 2-5 favorite, Hard Aces paid $2.80 and $2.10.
Quick Casablanca returned $2.80 and completed a
$2.60 exacta. There was no show wagering because
of the four-horse field. Seve's Road finished third.
Trained by John Sadler, Hard Aces finished on the
board in three of his previous four starts, including
his third in this year's edition of the Gold Cup June 25
last time out. Sunday's win puts his lifetime record at
7-5-8 from 33 starts, including a runner-up finish in
the grade I Santa Anita Handicap in March.
Hard Aces was bred in Kentucky by Dreamchaser
Thorobreds. His dam is the Quiet American mare All
in With Aces.
Energia Fribby came in fourth to complete the
order of finish. Hoppertunity and Infobedad were
scratched. BH
MONDAY, JULY 25, 2016
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HARD SPUN GETS 50TH BLACK-TYPE WINNER
By Tom LaMarra
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ugust Dawn Farm's Hit It Once More netted his
first stakes victory in the $164,150 New York Derby July 23 at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, giving
his sire Hard Spun his 50th black-type winner.
Trained by Gary Sciacca and ridden by Kendrick
Carmouche, Hit It Once More grabbed the early lead
in a field of eight in the 1 1/16-mile event for New
York-bred 3-year-olds and won by 6 1/2 lengths over
Extinct Charm in 1:43.02 on a track rated fast. The
colt, bred by JMJ Racing Stables out of the Sunday
Break mare Sunday Geisha, won for the third time in
nine starts.
Hit It Once More was a $90,000 purchase at the
Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale.
Hard Spun, who won the 2007 King's Bishop
Stakes (gr. I) and finished second to Horse of the
Year Curlin in the Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I), stands
at Darley in Kentucky and had a 2016 fee of $45,000.
Also at Finger Lakes July 23, Matthew Schera's
Super Allison, by Super Saver, won the $75,000 New
York Oaks for state-bred 3-year-old fillies. It was the
first stakes win for Super Allison, who won by a neck
over Mekes Madalyn in 1:46.79 for 1 1/16 miles under John Davila for trainer Carlos Martin.
Super Allison, a $230,000 buy at the Fasig-Tipton
Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale, is out of the
Wildcat Heir mare Richiegirlgonewild and was bred
by Doug Branham and Felicia Branham. BH
Rachel's Valentina at Churchill Downs May 4
RACHEL'S VALENTINA RETIRED SOUND
By Blood-Horse Staff
tonestreet Stables' homebred filly Rachel's Valentina, who is out of Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, has been retired, Stonestreet announced via its
website July 24.
No reason was given, but Stonestreet said the
3-year-old by Bernardini "will now retire from racing,
sound and injury-free."
Rachel's Valentina, trained by Todd Pletcher, won
her debut at Saratoga Race Course last summer and
followed up with a victory in the Spinaway Stakes (gr. I)
at the New York track. She then raced in the 14 Hands
Winery Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) and finished
second, 5 3/4 lengths behind 2-year-old filly champion
Songbird, who remains undefeated in nine starts.
This year Rachel's Valentina finished second, beaten a neck by Weep No More and a head in front of
eventual Longines Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner Cathryn
Sophia, in the Central Bank Ashland Stakes (gr. I). She
was favored in her next two starts but finished sixth
in the Kentucky Oaks and fifth in the Mother Goose
Stakes (gr. I).
Rachel's Valentina retires with $738,800 in earnings
and a record of two wins and two seconds from six
starts. Rachel Alexandra, raced for most of her career
by Stonestreet, will be inducted into the Racing Hall of
Fame in August. BH
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BEHOLDER SIZZLES ON CALIFORNIA TRACK
By Jeremy Balan
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all of Fame jockey Gary Stevens wasn't aboard
to work Spendthrift Farm's Beholder during her
last drill in preparation for the $300,000 Clement L.
Hirsch Stakes (gr. I), but he was in the grandstand
to watch the bay mare as she breezed through five
furlongs in a brilliant :59 1/5 at Del Mar.
After a walk back to the barn with trainer Richard
Mandella, Stevens looked up at exercise rider Janeen
Painter and smiled.
"You have fun?" Stevens asked.
"You know it's fun," Painter quipped, squinting her
eyes at the jockey with feigned annoyance.
The feeling at the Mandella barn was rightfully
blissful immediately after the breeze by the daughter
of Henny Hughes. Beginning at the half-mile pole, a
few lengths behind a workmate, Beholder coasted by
her stablemate on the turn and opened up three to
four lengths at the wire. She worked past the wire to
earn her official clocking, but Mandella had her even
quicker on his stopwatch, at :58 3/5.
All that came with context. Visually, the three-time
champion seemingly could not have done it any easier.
"When she was actually doing it, I thought, 'Geez,
they're going kinda slow,' " Mandella said. "Then I
looked down and, 'Whoa.' "
Mandella, not one to break out into song, couldn't
help himself as he walked away from the grandstand.
The Hall of Fame trainer, with a smile plastered on
his face, started to croon Buck Owens' "Act Naturally."
"Gonna make a big star out of me," he said as he
trailed off.
"It was meant to go off a little easy and finish like
we do most of the time, and it was a little quicker
than we'd planned, but she does that often," Mandella said at his barn. "I think we're in pretty good
shape."
It was Beholder's sixth workout in preparation for
the Hirsch, following her eighth straight stakes score
June 4 in the Vanity Mile (gr. I).
"I find her to overcome my training. That's the
most important thing," Mandella said jokingly. "In a
lot of ways, she has gotten better every year. She has
got an ornery streak, but that could be part of why
she's so good." BH
Beholder worked five furlongs at Del Mar in :59 1/5
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Nyquist finishes off a one mile work July 24 at Del Mar
NYQUIST TURNS IN RELAXED WORK
By Jeremy Balan
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entucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr.
I) winner Nyquist worked a mile in 1:39 2/5 at 1
p.m. PDT July 24 at Del Mar.
It was the Uncle Mo colt's final workout before returning to the races July 31 in the $1 million Betfair.
com Haskell Invitational (gr. I) at Monmouth Park.
Nyquist has been away since incurring the first loss
of his career in the Preakness Stakes (gr. I) May 21,
after which he had a fever.
Under regular rider Mario Gutierrez, Nyquist
entered the track at the seven-furlong gap and
backtracked to the three-eighths pole before turning
and galloping up to the starting line for a work in
company with 2-year-old maiden colt Sorry Erik. The
stablemates are owned by Paul Reddam.
With track announcer Trevor Denman making
the call for the crowd, clocker Russ Hudak caught
Nyquist in splits of :25 4/5, :50 2/5, and 1:14 2/5 before going the final quarter in :24.90 to complete the
one-lap journey around the main track.
"I'm very happy with it," trainer Doug O'Neill
said. "He broke off nice and relaxed—settled nicely—and when Mario called on him, he finished up
well. He did everything we wanted and did it the
right way." BH
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Saratoga Race Course in favor of the July 24 Boiling
Springs Stakes (gr. IIIT), and the move paid off as the
Tapit filly overcame traffic entering the stretch to win
the Monmouth Park fixture.
Owned and bred in Kentucky by My Meadowview
Farm, Tin Type Gal, under Trevor McCarthy, found
room along the rail when the field turned for home,
quickly moved from last to second in the field of
seven 3-year-old fillies, and got the best of favored
Galileo's Song by a neck in 1:47.71 for 1 1/8 miles
on a course rated firm. She paid $5.80 to win as the
second choice.
Tin Type Gal, out of the Deputy Minister mare Miss
Shop, finished an even fifth in her only other start
of the year June 19 in the Wild Applause Stakes at
Belmont Park. Last year the filly won the Miss Grillo
Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Belmont after her maiden-breaker
on the grass at Saratoga.
Galileo's Song, an entry-level allowance winner in
her last start, finished 2 1/4 lengths ahead of Verbouwen in third. Tin Type Gal has now earned $233,199
on a record of three wins in five starts. BH
Tin Type Girl (black cap) wins the grade III Boiling Springs Stakes on
the turf
DECISION TO SCRATCH PAYS OFF
FOR MOTION
By Tom LaMarra
T
rainer Graham Motion decided to scratch Tin Type
Gal from the July 22 Lake George Stakes (gr. IIT) at
SOUTHERN GIRL SHOWS STYLE IN
2016 DEBUT
Southern Girl was a $775,000 purchase by Fox Hill
Farms from the Hill 'n' Dale consignment at the 2014
Keeneland September yearling sale. In 2013 she had
been a $675,000 RNA at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky
November sale.
In 2015 Southern Girl broke her maiden at first
asking in a Delaware Park maiden special weight
Sept. 14 and finished third in an Oct. 21 Keeneland
allowance. BH
By Mary Reeder
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A
few hours before champion Songbird proved she
could handle some pressure, 3-year-old Southern
Girl, highlighted in yesterday's Races To Watch was
victorious for the Fox Hill Farms' connections in her
season debut at Laurel Park.
She'll Do It set early fractions after Southern
Girl, trained by Larry Jones, broke a bit slowly. The
daughter of Tapit tracked the leader until just after
the half-mile, where she pulled even and responded
to left-handed urging, pulling away in the stretch by
three lengths. She'll Do It finished second, with Ring
Knocker a length and a half behind in third.
Southern Girl is the sixth foal out of Ponche de
Leona, who has produced three other winners, including Mucho Macho Man (Macho Uno). His major
victories included the 2011 Risen Star Stakes, the
2012 Suburban and Gulfstream Park handicaps (all
gr. II), as well as the 2013 Awesome Again Stakes and
Breeders' Cup Classic (both gr. I).
Bred by Black Rock Thoroughbreds in Kentucky,
Southern Girl wins her 2016 debut at Laurel Park for Fox Hill Farms
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CALIFORNIA CHROME, 'DIAMOND' STARS
OF SALE
By Tracy Gantz
I
BENOIT PHOTO
mmediately after the races at Del Mar, the Barretts paddock sale July 23 was topped by California
Chrome and California Diamond.
While California Diamond actually topped the sale
at $125,000, California Chrome's memorabilia from
his San Diego Handicap (gr. II) victory earlier in the
day raised $20,000 for the V Foundation.
Jockey Victor Espinoza came out to the Del Mar
paddock still clad in the silks in which he piloted California Chrome to a game victory over Dortmund. The
silks were part of a package that included the horse's
halter and his shoes donated by California Chrome's
owners to raise money for cancer research.
Mark Stanton, a horseplayer from Cherry Hill,
N.J., in town for Del Mar's handicapping tournament,
bought the package.
"I love the horse," Stanton said. "But my mom,
Ellen, died of breast cancer, and so when I found out
that this was being auctioned to benefit the V Foun-
dation, I said, 'I'm not going to stop bidding.' "
Mike Stinson, a partner in California Chrome from
Fort Worth, was the underbidder on the California
Chrome package. Immediately after the purchase,
Espinoza took off the silks and handed them to Stanton. Owners Perry and Denise Martin and Duncan
and Frank Taylor congratulated and thanked Stanton
for supporting the cause.
California Diamond, winner of this year's Santa
Anita Juvenile Stakes, topped the sale. Rafael Becerra
Jr. purchased the California-bred 2-year-old colt on
behalf of Gary Hartunian's Rockingham Ranch. Havens Bloodstock Agency consigned the son of Harbor
the Gold—Carries a Jewel, by Slewdledo.
"I saw his first start, when he broke his maiden,"
Becerra said. "He was a little bit green, but he broke
his maiden in fast time. Then he won the Juvenile,
and I think he still has more potential and upside."
Stormy Hull bred California Diamond, and John
Brocklebank trained him to his Juvenile victory for
Twin V Farm.
During the sale, trainer Jeff Bonde purchased a
2-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of Stay Thirsty—
Chitka, by Jade Hunter,
for $82,000. Kim McCarthy's McCarthy Bloodstock sold the unraced
filly.
The paddock sale
was being held for
the fifth time and was
originally started to
help Del Mar bring in
horses from out of
state as part of its Ship
& Win program. This
year, seven horses
grossed $296,000 and
averaged $42,286, with
most of the 22 horses
cataloged not reaching
their reserves. In 2015,
19 horses grossed
$728,500 for a $38,342
average. BH
California Diamond winning the Santa Anita Juvenile
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ANALYSIS
SUNDAY SILENCE DOMINATES
BROODMARE SIRES
adjusted earnings he is dominating the broodmare sire list with $21,258,065 in progeny earnings. His continued influence speaks volumes.
His chief earner, Duramente, won the Nakayama Kinen (Jpn-II) and finished second in the
Dubai Sheema Classic Presented by Longines
(UAE-I) and in the Takarazuka Kinen (Jpn-I). His
earnings to date are $1,779,157.
Danehill was the last stallion outside the U.S.
and Canada to top the North American broodmare sire list. He led in 2011 with $16,833,880 in
progeny earnings. This year Danehill ranks ninth
by earnings through July 23 but is the leading
broodmare sire by number of black-type stakes
winners with 23.
With 11 black-type stakes winners, Sunday
Silence is in a three-way tie for fourth place with
Galileo and Sadler's Wells.
Storm Cat, the second-leading broodmare
sire, also had help from adjusted Japanese earnings. As a broodmare sire his chief earner Real
Steel has $3,671,319 in earnings to date. Most
came from winning the Dubai Turf sponsored
by DP World (UAE-I), but he picked up another
$1.039 million finishing third in the Nakayama
Kinen. BH
By Eric Mitchell
ince Blood-Horse sire lists began including
adjusted Japanese earnings, the appearance
of Sunday Silence at the top of the 2016 leading
broodmare sire list is not surprising.
The dual classic-winning son of Halo became
a tour de force following his 1991 export to
Japan. Sunday Silence was the most successful
stallion in Japanese history, leading the sire
ranks 13 consecutive years, from 1995 through
2008, according to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association.
Two factors set up Sunday Silence's appearance on the Blood-Horse broodmare sire list,
which only includes stallions represented by at
least one North American starter.
Running Kentucky-bred, Japanese-based
Lani in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum!
Brands (gr. I) opened the door. Lani earned a
spot in the Derby starting gate by winning the
UAE Derby Sponsored by The Saeed & Mohammed Al Naboodah Group (UAE-II).
Lani made steady progress through the Triple
Crown series, finishing ninth in the Derby, fifth
in the Preakness Stakes (gr. I), and third in the
Belmont Stakes presented by NYRA Bets (gr. I).
Once qualified to appear on the broodmare
sire list, Sunday Silence then got a boost from
his Japanese runners. The large disparity between North American purses and the substantially higher offerings in Japan, Hong Kong, and
Singapore, the Blood-Horse does not account for
these earnings using a straight currency conversion.
Beginning with 2015, an adjusted earnings
model that puts Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore earnings on par with North America was
applied. A stallion gets credit for the earnings
and the distortion is minimized.
Sunday Silence died in 2002, but even with
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RACE RESULTS
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Coaching Club American Oaks S. (gr. I)
Saratoga, 7/24, $300,000, 3yo, f, 9f (dirt), 1:49.56, track
fast.
1–Songbird, 121, dk b/br f, 3............. $300,000
Medaglia d'Oro–Ivanavinalot, by West Acre
O–Fox Hill Farms, Inc., B–John Antonelli (KY),
T–Jerry Hollendorfer, J–Mike E. Smith
Sale History: 2014 FTSAUG, $400,000.
2–Carina Mia H, 121, dk b/br f, 3..... $100,000
Malibu Moon–Miss Simpatia (ARG), by Southern Halo
O–Three Chimneys Farm, B–Spendthrift
Farm LLC (KY), T–William I. Mott, J–Julien R.
Leparoux
Sale History: 2014 KEESEP, $410,000.
3–Flora Dora, 121, ch f, 3.................... $50,000
First Dude–Aidan, by Dixieland Band
O–Coffeepot Stables, B–Dizney Double Diamond LLC (FL), T–Marialice Coffey, J–Emmanuel Esquivel
Sale History: 2014 FTSAUG, $87,000.
Margins: 5¼, 4, 1¾. Others: Mo d'Amour ($25,000),
Weep No More ($15,000). View Equibase Chart
Songbird broke alertly and went to the lead
with Carina Mia giving chase, setting quick early
fractions. Hooking up midway on the far turn
Carina Mia put the pressure on and even got
a nose in front before a few left-handed cracks
of the whip put undefeated Songbird in front
to win by 5 1/4 lengths.—M.R.
Nijinsky S. (CAN-IIT)
Woodbine, 7/24, $152,340, 3yo/up, 9f (turf), 1:49.18,
course firm.
1–Up With the Birds, 117, b h, 6......... $109,685
Stormy Atlantic–Song of the Lark, by Seeking
the Gold
O–Sam-Son Farm, B–Sam-Son Farm (ON), T–
Malcolm Pierce, J–Eurico Rosa Da Silva
2–Button Down (GB), 115, b m, 5......... $30,468
Oasis Dream (GB)–Modesta (IRE), by Sadler's
Wells
O–Greenwood Lodge Farm, Inc., B–JUDDMONTE FARMS LTD (GB), T–Josie Carroll,
J–Luis Contreras
Sale History: 2014 TATDEC, $106,736.
3–Halo Nation H, 117, b g, 4.............. $16,757
Blame–Contessa Halo, by Southern Halo
O–Riverside Bloodstock, LLC, B–Clearsky
Farms (KY), T–Conor Murphy, J–David Moran
Sale History: 2015 KEENOV, $7,000, 2013
KEESEP, $325,000.
Margins: 1¼, nose, ¾. Others: Kaigun ($10,968), Dynamic Sky ($5,484). View Equibase Chart
Making his first start back for trainer Mal-
colm Pierce, Up With the Birds rallied from last
to first in the five-horse field and scored by 1
1/4 lengths. Button Down surged late to earn
second by a nose over Halo Nation after being
pinned in down the lane by Kaigun.—M.R.
Boiling Springs S. (gr. IIIT)
Monmouth Park, 7/24, $100,000, 3yo, f, 9f (turf), 1:47.71,
course firm.
1–Tin Type Gal, 118, ch f, 3.................. $60,000
Tapit–Miss Shop, by Deputy Minister
O–My Meadowview Farm LLC, B–My Meadowview LLC (KY), T–H. Graham Motion, J–
Trevor McCarthy
2–Galileo's Song (IRE) H, 118, b f, 3... $20,000
Galileo (IRE)–Song to Remember, by Storm
Cat
O–DELL RIDGE FARM LLC, B–Smythson (IRE),
T–Chad C. Brown, J–Joe Bravo
Sale History: 2013 KEENOV, $475,000.
3–Verbouwen H, 116, ch f, 3.............. $10,000
Kitten's Joy–Gone Overboard, by Gone West
O–Kisber, Michael E. and Sheep Pond Partners, B–Dr. John A. Chandler (KY), T–Chad C.
Brown, J–Paco Lopez
Sale History: 2015 OBSAPR, $100,000, 2014
KEESEP, $40,000.
Margins: neck, 2¼, 1¾. Others: Hidden Treat ($6,000),
Shiawassee ($3,000), Winter ($2,000), Miss Inclusive
($2,000). Scratched: Thundering Sky. View Equibase
Chart
Tin Type Gal, under Trevor McCarthy, found
room along the rail when the field turned for
home, quickly moved from last to second in
the field of seven and got the best of favored
Galileo's Song by a neck in 1:47.71 for 1 1/8
miles on a course rated firm. She paid $5.80
to win as the second choice.—T.L.
Cougar II H. (gr. III)
Del Mar, 7/24, $100,000, 3yo/up, 12f (dirt), 2:30.55, track
fast.
1–Hard Aces, 122, b h, 6...................... $60,000
Hard Spun–All in With Aces, by Quiet American
O–Hronis Racing LLC, B–Dreamchaser Thorobreds (KY), T–John W. Sadler, J–Santiago
Gonzalez
2–Quick Casablanca (CHI), 120, b h, 8.. $20,000
Until Sundown–Quick (ARG), by Cipayo (ARG)
O–Pablo Gomez, B–Haras Matancilla (CHI), T–
Ronald L. McAnally, J–Tyler Baze
3–Seve's Road H, 117, dk b/br g, 4.... $12,000
Quality Road–Silk Road, by Giant's Causeway
O–Manoogian, Jay and Manoogian, Julie,
B–WinStar Farm, LLC (KY), T–Philip D'Amato,
J–Rafael Bejarano
Sale History: 2014 OBSMAR, $94,000, 2013
KEESEP, $70,000.
Margins: ½, 2¼, 9½. Others: Energia Fribby (BRZ)
($6,000). Scratched: Infobedad (ARG), Hoppertunity.
View Equibase Chart
Hard Aces ticked off fractions of :51.15 for
the half and 1:16 for six furlongs and was timed
in 1:41.99 for a mile, while Quick Casablanca
pressed a head back. Though a willing rival,
Quick Casablanca gave way when Hard Aces
was given his cue.—M.L.
PRIX ROBERT PAPIN (FR-II)
Maisons-laffitte, 7/24, €130,000, 2yo, c/f, 5.5f, 1:03.16,
good.
1–Tis Marvellous (GB), 128, b c, 2........ €74,100
Harbour Watch (IRE)–Mythicism (GB), by Oasis
Dream (GB)
O–MISS J DEADMAN & S BARROW, B–
CROSSFIELDS BLOODSTOCK LTD (GB), T–COX
CLIVE, J–KIRBY ADAM
Sale History: 2015 DONPRE, $81,572, 2014
TATFOA, $79,314.
2–Al Johrah (GB), 125, b f, 2................ €28,600
Bated Breath (GB)–Bea Remembered (GB), by
Doyen (IRE)
O–AL SHAQAB RACING, B–AL SHAQAB RACING (GB), T–DEVIN HENRI-FRANCIS, J–BENOIST GREGORY
3–Hargeisa, 125, ch f, 2....................... €13,650
Speightstown–Hasay (GB), by Lomitas (GB)
O–Stiftung Gestut Fahrhof, B–Stiftung Gestut
Fahrhof (KY), T–HOFER MARIO, J–SUBORICS
ANDREAS
Margins: 2½, 4, 1¼. Others: MORIGANE FORLONGE
(FR), PRINCE OF LIR (IRE), COSACHOPE (FR).
Toronto Cup S.
Woodbine, 7/24, $95,213, 3yo, 9f (turf), 1:47.12, course
firm.
1–Conquest Daddyo H, 119, dk b/br c, 3.........
$68,553
Scat Daddy–Hangingbyamoment, by Thunder
Gulch
O–Conquest Stables, LLC, B–James Everatt,
Janeane Everatt & Arika Everatt-Meeuse (ON),
T–Mark E. Casse, J–Patrick Husbands
Sale History: 2014 FTSAUG, $350,000, 2014
KEEJAN, $150,000.
2–Rocket Plan, 118, b g, 3................... $22,851
Plan–Gin N Ginger, by Go for Gin
O–William Gierkink, B–William Gierkink (ON),
T–John P. LeBlanc, Jr., J–Simon P. Husbands
3–Runningfromthefeds, 115, ch c, 3..... $10,473
Three Hour Nap–Smooth Diva, by Smooth
Jazz
O–Rodriguez, Leo and Rodriguez, Daniel, B–
Leo Rodriguez (IL), T–Armando De la cerda,
J–Luis Contreras
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Margins: 1¾, 2¼, 2. Others: Dragon Bay ($5,713),
Conquest Windycity ($1,904), Thatlookonyerface ($952).
View Equibase Chart
Norm Barron Queen City Oaks S.
Belterra Park, 7/24, $75,000, 3yo, f, 9f (dirt), 1:53.19,
track fast.
1–School Board Prez, 122, dk b/br f, 3.$45,000
Courageous Cat–Torrent of Song, by Torrential
O–John W. Royer, B–John Royer (OH), T–Doug
Matthews, J–Olaf Hernandez
2–Tune Up, 122, ch f, 3........................ $15,000
Giant Oak–Pop Up, by Concorde's Tune
O–Friess, Linda, Bookman, Donald, and
Hayes, Joann, B–Donald Bookman & Linda
Friess (OH), T–Donald C. Bookman, J–Christian P. Pilares
3–Katalust, 122, dk b/br f, 3.................. $7,500
Munnings–The Cat's Reach, by Bernstein
O–Sanders, Wayne and Hirsch, Larry, B–R R
Equine Stables, LLC (OH), T–Donnie K. Von
Hemel, J–Luis S. Quinonez
Sale History: 2014 FTKOCT, $60,000.
Margins: 2½, 2¾, 1¼. Others: Fast Justice ($3,750),
Star Mabee ($2,250), Orientate to Luv ($1,500), Harlee
Honey, Pretty Gritty. View Equibase Chart
Albuquerque Distaff H.
Albuquerque, 7/23, $50,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 8f (dirt),
1:35.57, track fast.
1–Exposure H, 122, b f, 4................... $30,000
Colonel John–Cinderellaslipper, by Touch Gold
O–Go-To-Toga Racing, LLC, Tomasic, Bill and
Tomasic, Susan, B–Dermot Carty (KY), T–Justin R. Evans, J–Ry Eikleberry
Sale History: 2014 OBSAPR, $310,000, 2013
KEESEP, $22,000, 2012 KEENOV, ($19,000
RNA).
2–Warrens Puppy Love, 120, gr/ro m, 5.$10,000
Mongol Warrior–Brrneedfur, by Mecke
O–Donna Eaton, B–Benjamin C. Warren (CA),
T–Nancy Summers, J–Miguel A. Perez
3–Lady Contender H, 120, dk b/br m, 7.$5,000
Strong Contender–Gallant Jean, by Moro
O–Neugebauer Racing LLC, B–LaDona Hudson (KY), T–Justin R. Evans, J–Ruby Gonzalez
Sale History: 2011 KEEJAN, $1,700.
Margins: neck, 2¼, 3¼. Others: Avenue Montaigne
($2,500), Perfecta ($500), Babes Cylver Slew ($500),
Linda's Choice ($500), Desert Gambler ($500), Sky Rant
($500). View Equibase Chart
PRIX DE BAGATELLE
Maisons-laffitte, 7/24, €55,000, 3yo, f, 8f, 1:37.54, good.
1–Qatar Power (FR), 123, b f, 3............ €27,500
Le Havre (IRE)–Brave Power, by Aldebaran
O–H H SHEIKH ABDULLA BIN KHALIFA AL
THANI, B–S TORGEMAN & Z BEN M'RAD (FR),
T–HEAD FREDDY, J–PESLIER OLIVIER
Sale History: 2014 ARQOCT, $216,920, 2013
ARQDEC, $34,263.
2–Silver Step (FR), 123, gr f, 3............. €11,000
Silver Frost (IRE)–Negra del Oro (GER), by
Danehill Dancer (IRE)
O–NILS-PETTER GILL, B–N-P GILL (FR), T–
BRANDT MME PIA, J–GUYON MAXIME
3–Princess Gibraltar (FR), 123, b f, 3...... €8,250
Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)–Princess Sofia (UAE),
by Pennekamp
O–MME S THAYER, MME L MILLER & L MILLER, B–J-F GRIBOMONT (FR), T–CLEMENT
NICOLAS, J–DEMURO CRISTIAN
Sale History: 2014 ARQAUG, $268,000.
Margins: head, 1, 1. Others: SHOW DAY (IRE), PRAIRIE
PEARL (FR), POP BY (USA), SAIMAA (IRE), GHERDAIYA
(GB), NIGHT FLAIR (GB).
PRIX DE LA PEPINIERE
Maisons-laffitte, 7/24, €48,000, 4yo/up, f, 10f, 2:00.53,
good.
1–Pacific Angel (IRE), 125, b f, 4.......... €24,000
Dalakhani (IRE)–Perstrovka (IRE), by Sadler's
Wells
O–BALLYMORE THOROUGHBRED LTD, B–DAYTON INVESTMENTS LTD (IRE), T–DELZANGLES
MIKEL, J–LEMAITRE AURELIEN
2–Johara (IRE), 125, b m, 5.................... €9,600
Iffraaj (GB)–Hurricane Irene (IRE), by Green
Desert
O–MRS R G HILLEN, B–TRIBES MAN SYNDICATE (IRE), T–DEVIN HENRI-FRANCIS-F,
J–BADEL ALEXIS
Sale History: 2012 TATOC1, $37,018, 2011
GOFNOF, $47,394.
3–Loaves And Fishes (GB), 125, b f, 4.... €7,200
Oasis Dream (GB)–Miracle Seeker (GB), by
Rainbow Quest
O–NICK BRADLEY RACING 15, B–Whitley Stud
(GB), T–O'MEARA DAVID, J–PICCONE TONY
Sale History: 2015 TATDEC, $63,235.
Margins: 2½, 1¼, nose. Others: CONTRIBUTION (GB),
WEETLES (GB), AMONA (IRE), GAME THEORY (IRE),
BEAUTIFUL HEROINE (IRE), SPRING LEAF (FR), SALVE
ESTELLE (GER), MADERNIA (IRE), DEAUVILLE SHOWER
(IRE).
Dubawi (IRE)–Atayeb, by Rahy
O–SHEIKH HAMDAN AL MAKTOUM, B–SHADWELL FARM LLC (KY), T–BURROWS OWEN,
J–HANAGAN PAUL
3–Master Carpenter (IRE), 131, ch h, 5... £4,842
Mastercraftsman (IRE)–Fringe (GB), by In the
Wings (GB)
O–THE LINKS PARTNERSHIP, B–NAIFF SA &
NEWTOWN STUD (IRE), T–MILLMAN ROD, J–
DE SOUSA SILVESTRE
Sale History: 2012 DONPRE, $47,460.
Margins: 3¼, ¾, 7. Others: GRATZIE, KENTUCKYCONNECTION (USA), SOUND ADVICE, CAPO ROSSO (IRE).
HOPPEGARTENER SPRINT-CUP
Hoppegarten, 7/24, €27,000, 3yo/up, 5f, :55.90, good.
1–Daring Match (GER), 129, ch h, 5..... €16,000
Call Me Big (GER)–Daring Action (GB), by Arazi
O–Gestut Auenquelle, B–Gestut Auenquelle
(GER), T–HIRSCHBERGER JENS, J–PIETSCH
ALEXANDER
2–Ambiance (IRE), 126, b g, 5................ €6,500
Camacho (GB)–Thawrah (IRE), by Green
Desert
O–TOMMY NILSSON HOLDING AB, B–John
McEnery (IRE), T–STENEFELDT KATHARINA,
J–CHAVEZ ELLONE HENRIQUES
Sale History: 2014 TATJUL, $104,328, 2013
TATAUT, $127,118, 2012 DONPRE, $110,824.
3–Mikesh (IRE), 126, b h, 7.................... €3,000
Majestic Missile (IRE)–Avena Sativa (IRE), by
Polish Precedent
O–KELSO STABLES, B–Kevin Foley (IRE), T–
SATRA T, J–SCHIERGEN DENNIS
Sale History: 2010 TAIDEC, ($0 RNA).
Margins: 1¾, 2, 1¼. Others: HOLY SPRING (IRE), LIPS
PLANET, OLD FASHIONED (CHI), KAMBRIA, ALL OF THE
LIGHTS, WAKA LAURA (IRE).
ALLOWANCE RESULTS
SKY BET YORKSHIRE SUMMER FESTIVAL
POMFRET STAKES
Arlington Park, Race 4, AOC
7/24, $27,200, 3yo/up, f/m, 8f (all-weather), 1:37.88,
track fast.
1–Felt in Pocket H, 118, b f, 3, Hat Trick (JPN)–Yes Honey,
by Royal Academy, $16,320, O–Eoin G. Harty, B–J. D.
Squires & H. Smoot Fahlgren (KY), T–Eoin G. Harty, J–Constantino Roman
Sale History: 2014 KEESEP, $20,000.
Margin: 3¼, 5 starters. View Equibase Chart
Pontefract, 7/24, £44,268, 3yo/up, 8f, 1:41.94, gd-f.
1–Convey (GB), 131, b c, 4................... £25,520
Dansili (GB)–Insinuate, by Mr. Prospector
O–KHALED ABDULLAH, B–JUDDMONTE
FARMS LTD (GB), T–STOUTE SIR MICHAEL,
J–MOORE RYAN
2–Algaith, 131, b c, 4............................. £9,675
Belterra Park, Race 4, ALW
7/24, $25,000, 3yo/up, f/m, a8f (turf), 1:36.41, course
firm.
1–Hope's Frog Song, 122, b m, 5, Kentucky Dane–Rosemary's Prayer, by Deerhound, $15,000, O–Raymond Donald, B–Raymond Donald (OH), T–Ivan Vazquez, J–Megan
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Fadlovich
Margin: 6½, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Charles Town, Race 6, ALW
7/23, $24,500, 3yo/up, 4.5f (dirt), :51.50, track fast.
1–Cat Come Home, 117, gr/ro g, 3, Fiber Sonde–Kusadasi, by Came Home, $14,700, O–John D. McKee, B–John D.
McKee (WV), T–John D. McKee, J–Christian Hiraldo
Margin: 2½, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Charles Town, Race 7, AOC
7/23, $27,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6.5f (dirt), 1:19.30, track fast.
1–Lake Ponchatrain H, 122, dk b/br f, 4, Afleet Express–
Harmony Lake, by Lucky Lionel, $16,140, O–John D.
McKee, B–John E. & Barbara R. Smicklas Living Trusts (OK),
T–John D. McKee, J–Christian Hiraldo
Sale History: 2012 KEENOV, $1,000.
Margin: 1¼, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Del Mar, Race 2, AOC
7/24, $70,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 8f (turf), 1:34.45, course firm.
1–Avenge, 120, dk b/br f, 4, War Front–Lerici, by Woodman, $42,000, O–Ramona S. Bass, B–Lerici Syndicate
(KY), T–Richard E. Mandella, J–Flavien Prat
Sale History: 2013 FTSAUG, $650,000.
Margin: 1, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Ellis Park, Race 8, ALW
7/24, $39,000, 3yo/up, 5.5f (turf), 1:02.77, course firm.
1–Twizz H, 117, b c, 3, Twirling Candy–Lively Ballad, by
Saint Ballado, $23,920, O–Warner Thoroughbreds, Lewis,
III, Lewis, Setzer, Setzer et al., B–Archie Barnes & Wood
Simpson (KY), T–Michael J. Maker, J–Robby Albarado
Sale History: 2016 FTKHRA, ($145,000 RNA), 2015 OBSAPR, $75,000, 2014 KEESEP, $50,000, 2013 KEENOV,
$35,000.
Margin: ½, 5 starters. View Equibase Chart
Evangeline Downs, Race 8, ALW
7/23, $28,000, 3yo/up, 5f (dirt), :58.95, track fast.
1–Hitheredarling, 123, ch g, 4, Yankee Gentleman–Staria,
by Unbridled's Song, $16,800, O–Eduardo Ramirez, B–
Randel Stutes (LA), T–Eduardo Ramirez, J–Roberto Morales
Sale History: 2013 BSCSEP, $25,000.
Margin: 1, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Laurel Park, Race 4, ALW
7/24, $42,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f (dirt), 1:12.12, track fast.
1–Southern Girl H, 115, gr/ro f, 3, Tapit–Ponche de
Leona, by Ponche, $23,940, O–Fox Hill Farms, Inc., B–
Black Rock Thoroughbreds, LLLP (KY), T–J. Larry Jones,
J–Carol Cedeno
Sale History: 2014 KEESEP, $775,000, 2013 FTKNOV,
($675,000 RNA).
Margin: 3, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Laurel Park, Race 7, AOC
7/24, $45,000, 3yo/up, 6f (dirt), 1:10.65, track fast.
1–Service for Ten, 120, dk b/br g, 7, Service Stripe–Tenacious Cheryl, by Wild Zone, $25,650, O–Mark B. Lapidus,
LLC, B–Mr. & Mrs. Sidney B. Cox Jr. (VA), T–Emanuel J. Geralis, J–Feargal Lynch
Margin: 4, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Laurel Park, Race 8, ALW
7/24, $42,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 5.5f (turf), 1:01.00, course
firm.
1–Coastal Sea, 119, ch f, 3, Kantharos–Terri's Choice, by
West Acre, $23,940, O–Opal Eileen Paul, B–Elbert Paul &
Opal Eileen Paul (FL), T–Timothy L. Keefe, J–Angel Cruz
Sale History: 2015 OBSJUN, ($80,000 RNA).
Margin: 2, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Parx Racing, Race 5, ALW
7/24, $42,000, 3yo/up, f/m, a5f (turf), :57.21, course firm.
1–Zensational Merry, 121, ch f, 4, Zensational–Merry
Princess, by Polish Numbers, $25,200, O–Pewter Stable,
B–Pewter Stable & Zensational Syndicate (PA), T–Kathleen
A. Demasi, J–Anthony Salgado
Sale History: 2014 OBSMAR, $100,000, 2013 FTKJUL,
$32,000.
Margin: 3¾, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Parx Racing, Race 7, ALW
7/24, $51,000, 3yo/up, 6f (dirt), 1:11.07, track fast.
1–Native Hawk H, 124, ch g, 4, Flower Alley–Silvery Star,
by Silver Deputy, $30,600, O–J A G Racing and Jettany
Thoroughbred Corp., B–Liberation Farm & Brandywine
Farm (KY), T–Ramon Preciado, J–Hector Caballero
Sale History: 2013 KEESEP, $9,500, 2012 KEENOV,
$9,000.
Margin: 1¼, 8 starters. View Equibase Chart
Parx Racing, Race 8, ALW
7/24, $52,000, 3yo/up, 8f (dirt), 1:39.29, track fast.
1–Ronnie Roam, 121, b g, 4, Afleet Alex–Topeka, by
American Chance, $43,680, O–Cash is King LLC, B–Carol
Zacney (PA), T–Robert E. Reid, Jr., J–Edwin Rivera
Margin: 4¼, 9 starters. View Equibase Chart
Prairie Meadows, Race 7, AOC
7/24, $33,218, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f (dirt), 1:11.91, track fast.
1–Queen Kate, 118, dk b/br m, 6, Iron Cat–Alice May, by
Pleasant Colony, $18,240, O–Cummings, Leslie, Naistat,
Richard and Lund, Valorie, B–William T. Gray DVM & Jill B.
Gray (CA), T–Valorie Lund, J–Glenn W. Corbett
Sale History: 2011 BAROCT, ($7,000 RNA).
Margin: neck, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Presque Isle Downs, Race 5, ALW
7/24, $28,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6.5f (all-weather), 1:16.23,
track fast.
1–Cavalia H, 118, ch f, 4, Ghostzapper–Tina Dynamite,
by Dynaformer, $21,840, O–Drake Racing Stables, Muirfield Farm and Michael Lobalzo, LLC, B–Dave Cottle &
Smart Angle, LLP (PA), T–Tim Girten, J–Ronald Dale Allen,
Jr.
Sale History: 2012 KEENOV, $40,000.
Margin: 4¼, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Saratoga, Race 3, ALW
7/24, $85,000, 3yo/up, 6f (dirt), 1:10.20, track fast.
1–Bird Song, 120, gr/ro c, 3, Unbridled's Song–Bird Town,
by Cape Town, $51,000, O–Marylou Whitney Stables LLC,
B–Marylou Whitney Stables LLC (KY), T–Ian R. Wilkes, J–
Jose L. Ortiz
Margin: 1¾, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
Saratoga, Race 8, ALW
7/24, $75,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f (dirt), 1:10.50, track fast.
1–Super Surprise, 117, dk b/br f, 3, Giant Surprise–Miz
Lynne Kelly, by Langfuhr, $45,000, O–Repole Stable, B–
Allen C. Hallett (NY),T–Todd A. Pletcher, J–John R.Velazquez
Sale History: 2014 FTNAUG, $55,000.
Margin: 2¼, 12 starters. View Equibase Chart
Saratoga, Race 9, AOC
7/24, $90,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 8f (turf), 1:34.85, course firm.
1–Gap Year, 120, b f, 4, Bernardini–Dubai Escapade, by
Awesome Again, $54,000, O–Godolphin Racing LLC, B–
Darley (KY), T–Kiaran P. McLaughlin, J–Ricardo Santana, Jr.
Margin: head, 12 starters. View Equibase Chart
Woodbine, Race 1, ALW
7/24, $44,636, 3yo/up, 8.5f (all-weather), 1:44.59, track
fast.
1–Niigon's Turn, 121, ch g, 5, Niigon–Winning Turn, by
Tiznow, $31,169, O–Chiefswood Stable, B–Chiefswood
Stables Limited (ON), T–Stuart C. Simon, J–Patrick Husbands
Margin: 1½, 6 starters. View Equibase Chart
MAIDEN RESULTS
Canterbury Park, Race 6, MSW
7/24, $28,000, 2yo, f, 5f (dirt), 1:00.13, track fast.
1–Trappingsofsilver H, 118, gr/ro f, 2, Trappe Shot–Be
Silver, by Silver Buck, $16,800, O–Beckner, Twyla, Durand,
Howard L. and Smith, Steven R., B–SF Bloodstock (KY), T–
Joel Berndt, J–Carlos L. Castro
Sale History: 2015 KEESEP, $22,000.
Margin: ½, 9 starters. View Equibase Chart
Canterbury Park, Race 7, MSW
7/24, $28,000, 3yo/up, f/m, a7.5f (turf), 1:32.44, course
good.
1–Lady Babako, 123, dk b/br f, 4, Neko Bay–Big Alibaba,
by Kyle's Our Man, $16,800, O–Winchester Place Thoroughbreds LLC, B–Winchester PlaceThoroughbreds, LLC
(KY), T–Francisco Bravo, J–Dean P. Butler
Margin: 1¼, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Del Mar, Race 5, MSW
7/24, $63,000, 2yo, 8f (turf), 1:37.00, course firm.
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Saratoga, Race 4, MSW
1–Big Score, 120, dk b/br c, 2, Mr. Big–Not Unusual, by
Unusual Heat, $37,800, O–George Krikorian, B–George
Krikorian (KY), T–Tim Yakteen, J–Flavien Prat
Margin: 2¾, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Lure, $20,400, O–Jody Guida, B–Jody Guida (IN), T–Luke
Guida, J–Kaylia Albright
Sale History: 2014 INDOCT, ($3,700 RNA).
Margin: 3¼, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Del Mar, Race 10, MSW
7/23, $63,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 8.5f (turf), 1:43.83, course
firm.
1–Shazara H, 125, dk b/br f, 4, El Corredor–Sekmet, by
Empire Maker, $37,800, O–Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S.,
B–Mr. & Mrs. Jerome S. Moss (KY), T–John A. Shirreffs, J–
Victor Espinoza
Sale History: 2013 KEESEP, $70,000.
Margin: 1¾, 11 starters. View Equibase Chart
Monmouth Park, Race 6, MSW
7/24, $36,000, 3yo/up, 8.5f (turf), 1:41.81, course firm.
1–War Bond H, 119, b c, 3, War Front–Meridiana (GER),
by Lomitas (GB), $20,520, O–Kelly, Jon and Sarah, B–Jon
Kelly & Sarah Kelly (KY), T–Christophe Clement, J–Joe
Bravo
Sale History: 2014 KEESEP, ($1,950,000 RNA).
Margin: 1¾, 9 starters. View Equibase Chart
Phone Trick, $43,800, O–Doheny Racing Stable, Off The
Parx Racing, Race 2, MSW
7/24, $50,000, 2yo, 5.5f (dirt), 1:05.77, track fast.
1–Glory Stars, 119, dk b/br c, 2, Repent–Lilly Marlene, by
Lost Soldier, $30,000, O–James A. Shannon, Jr., B–Dee-Ellen Cook (FL), T–Cynthia G. Reese, J–Jose Luis Flores
Sale History: 2016 FTMMAY, $38,000.
Margin: 6¼, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Saratoga, Race 6, MSW
Ellis Park, Race 3, MSW
7/24, $38,000, 2yo, 8f (turf), 1:38.86, course firm.
1–Minister's Strike, 120, b c, 2, English Channel–Darling's Darling, by Bernardini, $22,800, O–Debby M. Oxley,
B–Debby Oxley (KY), T–Mark E. Casse, J–Robby Albarado
Sale History: 2015 FTKOCT, ($80,000 RNA).
Margin: head, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
Ellis Park, Race 7, MSW
7/24, $38,000, 3yo/up, 8f (dirt), 1:35.98, track fast.
1–Archanova, 118, dk b/br g, 3, Archarcharch–Toscanova, by Giant's Causeway, $22,800, O–Edwards, Peter and
Diamond M Stable, B–Gainesway Thoroughbreds Ltd. (KY),
T–Ian R. Wilkes, J–Brian Joseph Hernandez, Jr.
Sale History: 2014 FTKJUL, $40,000.
Margin: 7¼, 8 starters. View Equibase Chart
Gulfstream Park, Race 5, MSW
7/24, $42,000, 3yo/up, 8.5f (dirt), 1:45.01, track good.
1–Sir Magu H, 118, ch g, 3, Cape Blanco (IRE)–Head for
Home, by Whiskey Wisdom, $21,600, O–Top Racing LLC,
B–Columbiana Farm (KY), T–Gustavo Delgado, J–Cornelio
H. Velasquez
Sale History: 2015 OBSAPR, $50,000, 2014 KEESEP,
$45,000.
Margin: 2½, 5 starters. View Equibase Chart
Gulfstream Park, Race 7, MSW
7/24, $55,000, 2yo, f, 6f (dirt), 1:11.80, track good.
1–Creative Talent H, 118, gr/ro f, 2, Creative Cause–
Goldbud, by Buddha, $24,000, O–Golden Legacy Stable
LLC, B–Westwind Farms (KY), T–Juan Andres Rodriguez,
J–Emisael Jaramillo
Sale History: 2016 OBSMAR, ($20,000 RNA), 2015
KEESEP, $62,000.
Margin: 8, 8 starters. View Equibase Chart
Indiana Downs, Race 8, MSW
7/23, $34,000, 3/4/5yo, 8f (dirt), 1:40.00, track fast.
1–Lure Me In, 118, dk b/br g, 3, Star Cat–Miss Chaucer, by
Parx Racing, Race 6, MSW
7/24, $50,000, 2yo, f, 5.5f (dirt), 1:06.49, track fast.
1–Resistance, 119, b f, 2, Even the Score–Betcha Can
Hula, by Forest Wildcat, $42,000, O–Thomas G. McClay,
B–Thomas G McClay (PA), T–Ramon Preciado, J–Hector
Caballero
Margin: 1¼, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Presque Isle Downs, Race 3, MSW
7/24, $27,000, 3yo/up, 6f (all-weather), 1:11.61, track
fast.
1–Jen's Song, 118, b g, 3, Show Tune–Miss Islander, by
Gulch, $16,200, O–You See Vee Gee, B–Robert G Rutherford (PA), T–Dale Capuano, J–Jose Angel Garcia
Margin: 3, 8 starters. View Equibase Chart
7/24, $73,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6.5f (dirt), 1:16.93, track fast.
1–Woodville, 124, ch f, 4, Ghostzapper–Cleverly Regal, by
Hook LLC and Coleman, Thomas, B–Daniel J Burke (NY),
T–Jorge R. Abreu, J–Manuel Franco
Sale History: 2014 FTFFEB, $100,000, 2013 FTNAUG,
$72,000.
Margin: 11½, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
7/24, $83,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 8.5f (turf), 1:42.12, course
firm.
1–Truth H, 118, b f, 3, Arch–Triune, by E Dubai, $49,800,
O–Walden, Jr., Ben P. and Pat Madden LLC, B–Ben P.
Walden Jr. & Patrick Madden (KY), T–James A. Jerkens, J–
John R. Velazquez
Sale History: 2014 KEESEP, $100,000, 2013 KEENOV,
$110,000.
Margin: ¾, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Woodbine, Race 4, MSW
7/24, $34,277, 3yo, f, 5f (all-weather), :59.06, track fast.
1–Victory Cry, 121, dk b/br f, 3, Victor's Cry–Bright Prospect, by Bold n' Flashy, $20,566, O–Lee, Ken, Mitchell, Dennis, Bell, Don and Bell, Gaye, B–Gold Medal Stable (MB), T–
Martin Drexler, J–Luis Contreras
Sacramento, Race 2, MSW
7/24, $25,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f (dirt), 1:11.53, track fast.
1–Kristie's Heart, 119, b f, 3, Crown of Thorns–Hart's
Hope, by Strong Hope, $15,000, O–Philip Lebherz, B–Hart
Breeders, LLC (FL), T–Jeff Bonde, J–Juan J. Hernandez
Sale History: 2015 OBSJUN, $90,000, 2014 OBSJAN,
$10,000.
Margin: 4¼, 5 starters. View Equibase Chart
Saratoga, Race 2, MSW
7/24, $83,000, 2yo, f, 8.5f (turf), 1:43.11, course firm.
1–Majestic Bonnie, 119, ch f, 2, Majestic Warrior–Fancy
Point, by Point Given, $49,800, O–Bona Venture Stables,
B–Kinsman Farm (KY), T–George Weaver, J–Manuel Franco
Sale History: 2016 OBSAPR, $125,000.
Margin: head, 10 starters. View Equibase Chart
Sale History: 2014 MANSEP, ($1,279 RNA).
Margin: 2¼, 8 starters. View Equibase Chart
Woodbine, Race 5, MSW
7/24, $42,579, 2yo, 6f (turf), 1:09.75, course firm.
1–Fleetway, 118, gr/ro c, 2, Creative Cause–Joyce Jenkins, by Afleet Alex, $30,666, O–John C. Oxley, B–James A
Everatt, Janeane A Everatt & J Arika Everatt-Meeuse (ON),
T–Mark E. Casse, J–Patrick Husbands
Sale History: 2015 FTKJUL, $110,000.
Margin: 1, 7 starters. View Equibase Chart
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LUCKY COIN S.
Saratoga, Monday, July 25, Race 8
5.5f (turf), $100,000, 4yo/up, 5:02 PM (local)
Undrafted returns from a sixth place finish in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Eng-I) at Royal Ascot in June for trainer Wesley Ward. The 6-year-old
gelding won the grade II Shakertown Stakes at Keeneland April 9. Should be the heavy favorite in this group.—M.R.
P # PP Horse
Sire
Age/Sex Jockey
Weight M/L Owner
1 1 Cyclogenisis H
Stormy Atlantic
4/c
Kendrick Carmouche
121 20/1 Schera, Matthew
2 2 Weekend Hideaway
Speightstown
6/h
Luis Saez
123
8/1 Red and Black Stable
3 3 Night Officer
Officer
8/g
Manuel Franco
115
8/1 Chalk Racing
4 4 Spring to the Sky
Langfuhr
7/g
Michael J. Luzzi
121
4/1 McCarthy, Anthony, P.
5 5 Sandy'z Slew
Limehouse
6/g
Irad Ortiz, Jr.
115 20/1 Team Clear Stars Stable and Schosberg, Richard E.
6 6 Pool Winner
Broken Vow
4/g
Luis Saez
119 10/1 Colts Neck Stables LLC
7 7 Beantown Saint H
Speightstown
4/c
Javier Castellano
115 20/1 Veritas Stable
8 8 Doctor J Dub H
Sharp Humor
6/g
Tyler Gaffalione
117 12/1 Drawing Away Stable
9 9 Long On Value
Value Plus
5/h
Joel Rosario
121
6/1 Wachtel Stable and Kerr, George J.
10 10 Successful Native
Successful Appeal
5/h
Matthew Rispoli
121 15/1 Bommarito, Marco
11 11 Choctaw Chuck
Bwana Charlie
5/g
Jose L. Ortiz
119 20/1 Rice, Clyde, D.
12 12 Undrafted H
Purim
6/g
John R. Velazquez
123
8/5 Welker, Wes and Sheep Pond Partners
13 13 All Star Red
Five Star Day
4/c
Irad Ortiz, Jr.
117
6/1 Carl Lizza Racing Stables, LLC
Breeders: 1–Sierra Farm; 2–Flying Zee Stables; 3–Fitzhugh, LLC; 4–Phillips Racing Partnership; 5–Robert Hahn; 6–Colts Neck Stables LLC; 7–Masaichiro Abe; 8–Dr. Patricia S. Purdy, Edwin Edelberg & Mara Edelberg; 9–Snow Lantern Thoroughbreds; 10–Fares Farm LLC; 11–Virgilio Lopez; 12–Catesby W. Clay Investment LLC; 13–Steve C.
Snowden & Dan Considine.
Trainers: 1–George Weaver; 2–Philip M. Serpe; 3–Bruce R. Brown; 4–Bruce R. Brown; 5–Richard E. Schosberg; 6–Alan E. Goldberg; 7–John C. Servis; 8–Jena M. Antonucci; 9–William I. Mott; 10–Randi Persaud; 11–Kevin Rice; 12–Wesley A. Ward; 13–Rudy R. Rodriguez.
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Saratoga, Thursday, July 28, Race 9
6.5f (dirt), $100,000, 3yo/up, 5:40 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
1Notacatbutallama
Harlan's Holiday
2Moonlight Song
Unbridled's Song
3Ostrolenka
Musket Man
4Adirondack Posse
Posse
5Weekend Hideaway
Speightstown
6Crackerjack Jones
Smarty Jones
7Love That Jazz
Not For Love
8Drama King H
Nobiz Like Shobiz
Age/Sex
6/g
9/g
4/c
4/c
6/h
6/g
3/r
4/c
Jockey
John R. Velazquez
Jose L. Ortiz
Javier Castellano
Irad Ortiz, Jr.
Luis Saez
Oscar Gomez
Manuel Franco
Junior Alvarado
Weight M/L
118
-
120
-
120
-
116
-
124
-
118
-
117
-
122
-
Owner
Repole Stable
Fried, Jr., Albert
Fein, Eric, McKenna, Christopher and Singh, Guri
Youngs Racing Stable
Red and Black Stable
Chester and Mary Broman, Sr.
Happy Face Racing Stable
Dubb, Michael, Bethlehem Stables LLC, Imperio,
Michael and Simon, David
9John's Island
Posse
5/g
Angel S. Arroyo
118
- Jerkens, Shirley and Shelley, Jack P.
Breeders: 1–Happy Hill Farm; 2–Albert Fried, Jr.; 3–Eric Fein; 4–Michael Schrader; 5–Flying Zee Stables; 6–Chester Broman & Mary R. Broman; 7–Saratoga Glen Farm,
LLC; 8–Gerald Reid; 9–Edition Farm.
Trainers: 1–Todd A. Pletcher; 2–Charlton Baker; 3–Todd A. Pletcher; 4–Gary C. Contessa; 5–Philip M. Serpe; 6–Christopher Progno; 7–Charlton Baker; 8–Rudy R. Rodriguez; 9–James A. Jerkens.
MOUNTAIN TOP NEW MEXICO BRED THOROUGHBRED FUTURITY S.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 8
5f (dirt), $175,000, 2yo, 4:02 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
Age/Sex
1Que Pasa
Mr. Gold Mover
2/f
2El Tule
Touchdown Ky
2/c
3Cowboy Drive
Fusaichi Zenon (JPN) 2/g
4Stormtown Heat
Southwestern Heat
2/g
5Stilts McGee
The Way Home
2/g
Jockey
Miguel T. Fuentes, Jr.
Ricardo Jaime
Miguel A. Perez
Enrique Portillo Gomez
Christian Santiago Reyes
Weight M/L
117
-
120
-
120
-
120
-
120
-
Owner
Robert M. and Del Rae Driggers and Ben Lee Ivey
Jose Luis Chavez
Mindy McArthur
J. Kirk and Judy Robison
Joe Dee Brooks, Scott Bryant, Alan and Melanie
Miller, Mike and Donna Henson
6Toll Free
Attila's Storm
2/c
Jesiere Medina
120
- R. D. Hubbard and Paul Blanchard
7Ignored
The Way Home
2/g
Francisco Giles
120
- Prather, Steve and Prather, Bessie A.
8Heat Stroke
Southwestern Heat
2/f
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
117
- R. D. Hubbard
9Another Brother
Attila's Storm
2/g
Glen Murphy
120
- R. D. Hubbard
10 Storming Back
Attila's Storm
2/g
Ruby Gonzalez
120
- Dale F. Taylor
Breeders: 1–Robert Driggers & Del Rae Driggers; 2–Michael Fuhs & Jeanne Fuhs; 3–Floyd James McArthur; 4–J. Kirk Robison & Judy Robison; 5–Pam Allen & Dr. Warren
Franklin; 6–Truman Smith; 7–Steve Prather; 8–R D Hubbard; 9–R. D. Hubbard; 10–Dale Taylor.
Trainers: 1–Joel H. Marr; 2–Phillip R. Sanchez; 3–Donna McArthur; 4–Henry Dominguez; 5–Todd W. Fincher; 6–Todd W. Fincher; 7–Todd W. Fincher; 8–Todd W. Fincher;
9–Todd W. Fincher; 10–Todd W. Fincher.
Jockey
Jesiere Medina
Francisco Giles
Ruby Gonzalez
Weight M/L
122
-
119
-
117
-
LINCOLN H.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 3
6f (dirt), $50,000, 3yo/up f/m, 1:52 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
1Zasha
Desert God
2My Dandy Girl
Real Dandy
3Tilla Cat
Attila's Storm
Age/Sex
5/m
5/m
3/f
Owner
C. Donnell Echols
Duane Freeman
Dale Taylor, Lee R. Lewis, Joe D Brooks, Scott Bryant
and Derrol Hubbard
4Stormy Day
Attila's Storm
4/f
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
118
- R. D. Hubbard
5Sassy Silk Pet
Slew's Pot of Gold
4/f
Glen Murphy
115
- Michael G. Weatherly
6Muy Rapido
Diabolical
4/f
Ry Eikleberry
121
- J. Kirk and Judy Robison
7Renewed Vows
Attila's Storm
5/m
Roimes Chirinos
122
- R. D. Hubbard
Breeders: 1–Joe Allen; 2–Troy Looper DVM; 3–Robert Driggers & Del Rae Driggers; 4–R. D. Hubbard; 5–Michael G. Weatherly; 6–J. Kirk Robison & Judy Robison; 7–R. D.
Hubbard.
Trainers: 1–Joel H. Marr; 2–Tony E. Sedillo; 3–Todd W. Fincher; 4–Bart G. Hone; 5–Simon J. Buechler; 6–Henry Dominguez; 7–Bart G. Hone.
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LAND OF ENCHANTMENT H.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 5
7.5f (dirt), $50,000, 3yo/up, 2:44 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
1The Waki Rapper
Rapper S S
2Hush's Storm
Attila's Storm
Age/Sex Jockey
5/g
Christian Santiago Reyes
6/g
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
Weight M/L
121
-
117
-
Owner
Luis C. Rojero
Dale Taylor, Joe Dee Brooks, Carey Taylor and Jon
Hogg
3Streaks Bro
Elijah's Song
4/g
Francisco Giles
121
- Maurcenia Cross
4Atillas Gift
Attila's Storm
4/g
Ruby Gonzalez
122
- Scott Bryant and Joe Dee Brooks
5Proceed
Desert God
5/h
Miguel T. Fuentes, Jr.
124
- Michael C. Stinson
6Weather Dodger
Weather Warning
4/g
Ry Eikleberry
120
- Lisa M. Rehburg
7Chico the Man
Worker Man
4/g
Mauro Salcedo
112
- Sarah Lyn Burtt
8That's Who
Quinton's Gold
7/g
Jesiere Medina
122
- Stevens, Sam E. and Latane
Breeders: 1–Lucky Six Inc.; 2–JEH Stallion Station NM; 3–Maurcenia Cross; 4–R. D. Hubbard; 5–Michael C. Stinson; 6–Lisa Rehburg; 7–Jerry D. Boyer; 8–Sam E. Stevens.
Trainers: 1–Luis C. Rojero; 2–Todd W. Fincher; 3–Gary W. Cross; 4–Todd W. Fincher; 5–Joel H. Marr; 6–Joel H. Marr; 7–Edward Joe Thompson; 8–Joel H. Marr.
ROAD RUNNER H.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 6
5.5f (dirt), $50,000, 3yo c/g, 3:10 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
Age/Sex Jockey
Weight M/L Owner
1Back Seat Hero
Diabolical
3/g
Enrique Portillo Gomez
119
- J. Kirk and Judy Robison
2Storm Warrior
Weather Warning
3/g
Ry Eikleberry
121
- Amestoy, Jr., Pierre Jean and Leslie A.
3Seasalt N Vinegar
Seacliff
3/g
Glen Murphy
119
- Barbara J. Brown
4E Bar Gold
Quinton's Gold
3/g
Francisco Giles
119
- Tony E. Sedillo and Gregory Terrones
5Forger
Attila's Storm
3/g
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
122
- R. D. Hubbard
6Jonesey Who
Quinton's Gold
3/g
Miguel T. Fuentes, Jr.
122
- Sam E. Stevens
7Hit a Lick
Attila's Storm
3/g
Ruby Gonzalez
120
- Dale F. Taylor
8Stormin the Jewels
Attila's Storm
3/g
Oscar Ceballos
121
- J & SM, Inc. (Doug May et al)
9Naevussquall
Squall
3/g
Christian Santiago Reyes
119
- W.T. Stradley and Tom A. Williams
10 E J's Gold
Quinton's Gold
3/g
Roimes Chirinos
118
- Jimmie D. Stewart
11 Get Er Done
Precocity
3/g
Miguel A. Perez
121
- Yarbar, R. Dwain and Green, Greg
Breeders: 1–J. Kirk Robison & Judy Robison; 2–Pierre Amestoy & Leslie Amestoy; 3–Brian Keith Bentley & Patsy Handcock; 4–Donnell Echols; 5–R. D. Hubbard; 6–Sam E
Stevens; 7–Spence, LLC; 8–Cynthia H Dick; 9–W. T. Stradley & Tom Williams; 10–Jimmie Stewart; 11–Dr. Truman Smith.
Trainers: 1–Henry Dominguez; 2–Ross A. Amestoy; 3–Barbara Jean Brown; 4–Tony E. Sedillo; 5–Todd W. Fincher; 6–Joel H. Marr; 7–Todd W. Fincher; 8–Fred I. Danley; 9–
Fred I. Danley; 10–Hermenegildo G. Aldavaz; 11–Greg Green.
SIERRA BLANCA H.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 7
5.5f (dirt), $50,000, 3yo/up, 3:36 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
Age/Sex Jockey
Weight M/L Owner
1Citizen Geller
Pro Prado
4/g
Alfredo Sigala
122
- Nichols, Larry and Denise
2Attitude E Racer
Desert God
8/g
Miguel T. Fuentes, Jr.
120
- Michael C. Stinson
3Not My Note
Fusaichi Zenon (JPN) 4/g
Glen Murphy
121
- Michael G. Weatherly
4Thermal
Attila's Storm
6/g
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
120
- R. D. Hubbard
5D E Lover SI 99
So Long Birdie
5/g
Christian Santiago Reyes
120
- Sedillo, Tony E. and Martinez, Leroy
6Beaumont Time SI 90 Your Eminence
5/g
Larry Gamez
118
- Luis A. Lujan
7Golly Gee
Your Eminence
4/g
Enrique Portillo Gomez
118
- Michael G. Weatherly
8Lonnie Ton
Attila's Storm
4/g
Francisco Giles
121
- Cross, Maurcenia and Fox, Jimmy H.
9Reeser SI 72
Quinton's Gold
5/g
Roimes Chirinos
116
- Sandy Ames
10 Storm Dust
Seeking the Cat
5/g
Ruby Gonzalez
115
- Rojero, Luis C. and Serrano, Victor
11 Devons Ca Ching
Devon Lane
6/g
Ry Eikleberry
118
- Lester Wright
Breeders: 1–Larry Nichols & Denise Nichols; 2–Harry Joseph Allen; 3–Michael Weatherly; 4–R. D. Hubbard; 5–Double Eagle Ranch; 6–Michael Weatherly; 7–Michael
Weatherly; 8–Maurcenia Cross & Jim Fox; 9–Steve Prather & Susie Prather; 10–Larry R. Teague; 11–Ray Simpson.
Trainers: 1–Vance Earl Mikkelson; 2–Joel H. Marr; 3–Simon J. Buechler; 4–Todd W. Fincher; 5–Tony E. Sedillo; 6–Ramon A. Alvarez; 7–Simon J. Buechler; 8–Gary W.
Cross; 9–Blake Rust; 10–Luis C. Rojero; 11–H. Ray Ashford, Jr..
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SIERRA STARLET H.
Ruidoso Downs, Sunday, July 31, Race 10
5.5f (dirt), $50,000, 3yo f, 4:54 PM (local)
P # PP Horse
Sire
Age/Sex Jockey
1Lightly Toasted
Fusaichi Zenon (JPN) 3/f
Christian Santiago Reyes
2Tijuana
Devon Lane
3/f
Francisco Giles
Weight M/L
119
-
121
-
Owner
S. F. Henderson
Brooks, J., Bryant, S., Taylor, D., Rushing, T., Lewis, L.
and Hubbard, D.
3Beautys Rap
Rapper S S
3/f
Enrique Portillo Gomez
119
- R. Patrick Sanders, Jr. and Rita Sanders
4Quinton's Princess
Quinton's Gold
3/f
Miguel T. Fuentes, Jr.
119
- Armando Arreola, Jr.
5Sunday Rose
Fusaichi Zenon (JPN) 3/f
Ry Eikleberry
120
- Michael G. Weatherly
6Indian Tiva
Shame On Charlie
3/f
Glen Murphy
120
- Barbara J. Brown
7Bloss
Diabolical
3/f
Roimes Chirinos
120
- Diana Bringhurst
8Bryn's Fancy Pants
Southwestern Heat
3/f
Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
122
- Dale F. Taylor, Carey Taylor and Jon Hogg
Breeders: 1–Samuel F. Henderson; 2–Robert Driggers & Del Rae Driggers; 3–Henry Dominguez; 4–Steve Prather; 5–Michael Weatherly; 6–Barbara Brown; 7–Diana
Bringhurst; 8–Dale Taylor & Debbie Taylor.
Trainers: 1–Gary W. Cross; 2–Todd W. Fincher; 3–Henry Dominguez; 4–Jose Luis Vargas; 5–Simon J. Buechler; 6–Barbara Jean Brown; 7–J. Owen Bringhurst; 8–Todd W.
Fincher.
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2016 LEADING SIRES
Listed below are the top 10 leading sires by 2016 Northern Hemisphere earnings through July 23, 2016. Only stallions that stand, will stand, or stood in North America
(excluding stallions that died or were exported prior to the 2011 breeding season), and have runners in North America are included. Racing statistics are 2016 Northern
Hemisphere only.
Rank Stallion
Sire, YOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Pulpit, ’01
Indian Charlie, ’08
Pulpit, ’01
Ride the Rails, ’99
Smart Strike, ’04
Carson City, ’98
A.P. Indy, ’03
Storm Cat, ’97
El Prado, ’01
A.P. Indy, ’97
Tapit
Uncle Mo
Lucky Pulpit
Candy Ride (ARG)
Curlin
City Zip
Bernardini
Giant's Causeway
Kitten's Joy
Malibu Moon
’16 Stud Fee
$300,000
$75,000
$7,500
$60,000
$100,000
$40,000
$100,000
$85,000
$100,000
$95,000
Farm
Chief Earner (Earnings)
Gainesway, KY
Ashford Stud, KY
Harris Farms, CA
Lane's End, KY
Hill 'n' Dale Farms, KY
Lane's End, KY
Darley, KY
Ashford Stud, KY
Ramsey Farm, Inc., KY
Spendthrift Farm, KY
Creator ($1,540,000)
Nyquist ($3,505,600)
California Chrome ($6,330,000)
Gun Runner ($1,101,380)
Exaggerator ($1,988,000)
Catch a Glimpse ($1,070,700)
Cavorting ($725,000)
Brody's Cause ($645,000)
Hawkbill ($500,933)
Stanford ($844,400)
’16 Earnings
$11,803,638
$8,503,408
$7,674,781
$6,643,277
$6,158,216
$6,054,858
$5,845,416
$5,565,174
$5,490,143
$5,488,674
2016 SECOND-CROP SIRES
Listed below are the top 10 leading second-crop sires by 2016 Northern Hemisphere earnings through July 23, 2016. Only stallions that stand, will stand, or stood in North
America, and have runners in North America are included. Racing statistics are 2016 Northern Hemisphere only.
Rank Stallion
Sire, YOB
Indian Charlie, ’08
Candy Ride, ’07
El Prado, ’07
Tapit, ’07
Arch, ’08
Stephen Got Even, ’07
Tale of the Cat, ’05
Tiznow, ’05
Candy Ride, ’07
A.P. Indy, ’06
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Uncle Mo
Twirling Candy
Paddy O'Prado
Trappe Shot
Archarcharch
First Dude
Gio Ponti
Tizway
Sidney's Candy
Girolamo
’16 Stud Fee
$75,000
$15,000
$5,000
$10,000
$7,500
$7,500
$12,500
$7,500
$10,000
$15,000
Farm
Chief Earner (Earnings)
Ashford Stud, KY
Lane's End, KY
Spendthrift Farm, KY
Claiborne Farm, KY
Spendthrift Farm, KY
Double Diamond Farm, FL
Castleton Lyons, KY
Spendthrift Farm, KY
WinStar Farm LLC, KY
Darley, KY
Nyquist ($3,505,600)
Danzing Candy ($344,800)
Cherry Wine ($507,920)
Fish Trappe Road ($411,920)
Ivy Bell ($82,560)
Flora Dora ($91,250)
Sir Dudley Digges ($527,030)
Our Way ($94,500)
Converge ($106,360)
Legend of Lorelei ($92,210)
’16 Earnings
$8,503,408
$1,972,661
$1,550,210
$1,536,701
$1,414,486
$1,333,681
$1,270,012
$1,051,437
$997,323
$983,141
2016 THIRD-CROP SIRES
Listed below are the top 10 leading third-crop sires by 2016 Northern Hemisphere earnings through July 23, 2016. Only stallions that stand, will stand, or stood in North
America (excluding stallions that died or were exported prior to the 2011 breeding season), and have runners in North America are included. Racing statistics are 2016
Northern Hemisphere only.
Rank Stallion
Sire, YOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Elusive Quality, ’06
Speightstown, ’06
Giant's Causeway, ’07
Lion Heart, ’08
Dynaformer, ’05
Arch, ’06
Unbridled's Song, ’06
Medaglia d'Oro, ’06
Smart Strike, ’07
Maria's Mon, ’07
Quality Road
Munnings
Eskendereya
Kantharos
Temple City
Blame
Midshipman
Warrior's Reward
Lookin At Lucky
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$35,000
$25,000
N/A
$5,000
$15,000
$25,000
$8,500
$10,000
$20,000
$65,000
Farm
Chief Earner (Earnings)
Lane's End, KY
Ashford Stud, KY
JBBA Shizunai Stallion Station, JPN
Ocala Stud Farm, FL
Spendthrift Farm, KY
Claiborne Farm, KY
Darley, KY
Spendthrift Farm, KY
Ashford Stud, KY
WinStar Farm LLC, KY
Blofeld ($373,400)
I'm a Chatterbox ($530,000)
Mor Spirit ($370,000)
X Y Jet ($550,970)
Miss Temple City ($218,239)
Sweet Victory ($184,065)
Lady Shipman ($168,203)
One True Kiss ($116,740)
Money Multiplier ($183,200)
Super Allison ($141,034)
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’16 Earnings
$3,465,080
$3,048,188
$2,733,189
$2,121,095
$2,086,150
$2,081,375
$2,080,954
$1,987,758
$1,958,293
$1,842,991
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