BEHOLDER TO MISS BREEDERS’ CUP F-T OCTOBER OPENS TODAY

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014
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BEHOLDER TO MISS BREEDERS’ CUP
F-T OCTOBER OPENS TODAY
Two-time champion Beholder (Henny Hughes) spiked
a fever Sunday morning and will miss the chance to
defend her title in the
GI Breeders= Cup Distaff at
Santa Anita Nov. 1. AShe
is out of the Breeders'
Cup,@ Spendthrift=s General
Manager Ned Toffey
confirmed to TDN. AThis
morning she spiked a fever
and [trainer] Richard
[Mandella] felt like it was
Beholder
Horsephotos
serious enough that she
would not be able to run."
Cont. p15
The Fasig-Tipton October Fall Yearlings Sale begins
its three-day run at Newtown Paddocks in Lexington
today, with bidding on the first of 1,236 catalogued
lots scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. The October sale,
which has been growing in
stature over the last several
years, enjoyed a record-setting
renewal in 2013. With 818
yearlings grossing
$27,908,000, the sale average
was $34,117 and the median
was $17,000--both records for
the auction. The sale-topping
price of $800,000 was the
highest at the sale since 1999.
Boyd Browning
Fasig-Tipton President Boyd
Lucas Marquardt photo
Browning, Jr. admitted those
figures would be tough to
beat, but he said interest and expectations are high
ahead of this year=s sale. AYou don=t ever want to set
yourself up to say that you have to match those levels
to have a successful sale, but we would hope to be in
that same general range,@ Browning said. AYou always hope
for improvement. Is that realistic or not? I don=t know.
We=ve got a lot of nice horses that people are bringing
to the sale. And there seems to be a very, very high
level of interest. The statistics will speak for themselves
at the end of the day. We hope we have a strong
marketplace and get the vast majority of horses sold
and we know that the competition will be there for the
upper end [email protected] Cont. p18
HILLSTAR BRIGHTEST IN INTERNATIONAL
Sir Evelyn de Rothschild=s Hillstar (GB) (Danehill
Dancer {Ire}) inherited the favorite=s role in Sunday=s
GI Pattison Canadian International when Brown Panther
(GB) (Shirocco {Ger}) was scratched after getting loose
in the warm-up, and the bay colt duly delivered a
powerful late-running victory in the 1 1/2-mile contest
at Woodbine. AI moved a bit too early today, but he
was the best horse and we kept it straightforward
again,@ commented winning rider Ryan Moore, who
captured the 2013 International aboard Joshua Tree
(Ire) (Montjeu {Ire}). AHe was fine and plenty and it was
going to take a good horse to get by him. Like Brown
Panther, Hillstar was the best horse in the race and just
felt we would keep it as simple as we [email protected] Cont. p3
JUST THE JUDGE GETS DECISION IN TAYLOR
Qatar Racing and the Sangster family=s Just the
Judge (Ire) (Lawman {Fr}) became
the third English-based runner to
take the spoils on International Day
at Woodbine Sunday, forging to the
lead late to win the GI E. P. Taylor
S. by a determined half-length over
Odeliz (Ire) (Falco). The Al-Thani
family=s Qatar Racing was earning
its third North American Grade I
win in just over a month, following
Just the Judge
Trade Storm (GB) (Trade Fair
Michael Burns
{GB})=s win in the Sept. 14
GI Woodbine Mile and Peace and
War (War Front)=s victory in the Oct. 3 GI Darley
Alcibiades. It was Just the Judge=s first victory since
winning last year=s G1 Irish 1000 Guineas and likely
earned the dark bay filly a trip to Santa Anita for the
Nov. 1 GI Breeders= Cup F/M Turf. Cont. p4
Look for
Hip#19,
a February colt by Pulpit’s
Grade 1-winning son Ice Box.
Sells Monday with
Baccari Bloodstock.
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The once-beaten Dylan Mouth (Ire) (Dylan Thomas {Ire}) captured Sunday’s
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Casper Netscher First in Nearctic
Casper Netscher (GB) (Dutch Art {GB}) earned his
first win since returning from a failed stud career in
Sunday’s GII Nearctic S. at Woodbine.
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Epicuris (GB) (Rail Link {GB}) took his career record to
two-for-two with a 2 1/2-length win in the G3 Prix de
Conde Sunday at Longchamp.
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Shonan Pandora wins Shuka Sho
Shonan Pandora (Jpn) (Deep Impact {Jpn}) earned her first black-type victory
with a narrow score in Sunday’s G1 Shuka Sho in Kyoto.
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Arqana October Sale Starts Today
Arqana’s third and final yearling sale of the season kicks off today.
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TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 3 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
Hillstar Shines in International (cont. from p1)
Hillstar settled just behind the early pace as
Reporting Star (Circular Quay) and The Pizza Man
(English Channel) took turns on the lead through an
opening quarter in :25.31. Reporting Star had a clear
advantage through a half in :50.34, but The Pizza Man
reeled in that longshot turning for home as Hillstar was
winding up for his rally while some four lengths back
after a mile in 1:40.10. The Pizza Man was in front
with a quarter mile to go, but his advantage was shortlived as Hillstar came bounding to the lead from the
center of the
course. The
favorite rapidly
spurted clear and
held sway over
the late-closing
Big Blue Kitten
(Kitten=s Joy).
Brown Panther,
winner of last
Hillstar
month=s G1 Irish
Michael Burns
St Leger and the
International=s 2-1 morning-line favorite, was edgy in
the post parade and he got loose shortly thereafter,
bolting past the starting gate and taking off around the
course. Jockey Richard Kingscote, his feet out of the
stirrups, was unable to control him and was eventually
dropped on the backside by Brown Panther, who then
continued his journey alone around the turf course
before finally being corralled by the outrider.
AJust before the break, the horse got wound up and
unfortunately he got me off,@ Kingscote said. AWhen I
got back on, I tried to keep him relaxed and as soon as
I let go, he bolted. There wasn=t much I could do after
that. He=s never done that before. He sometimes
dances about and gets on his toes, but he=s never been
that [email protected]
Joel Rosario, aboard the late-running Big Blue Kitten,
was not disappointed by the effort of the runner-up. AI
had a good trip,@ Rosario said. AIt took him a long time
to get into the race, but he ran well. I thought the horse
that won the race was the best horse today, and I=m
glad we got [email protected]
Hillstar, bred by his owner=s Southcourt Stud, won
last year=s G2 King Edward VII S. at Royal Ascot and
was third behind Novellist (Ire) (Monsun {Ger}) in the
G1 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S. He began
2014 with a 14th-place effort in the Mar. 29 G1 Dubai
World Cup and reeled off four straight runner-up efforts
in group company before winning the Sept. 20
G3 Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial Legacy Cup at Newbury
last time out.
Sunday, Woodbine
PATTISON CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL S.-GI,
$892,351, WOX, 10-19, 3yo/up, 1 1/2mT, 2:29, gd.
1--sHILLSTAR (GB), 126, c, 4, by Danehill Dancer (Ire)
1st Dam: Crystal Star (GB) (SW & GSP-Eng), by
Mark of Esteem (Ire)
2nd Dam: Crystal Cavern, by Be My Guest
3rd Dam: Krisalya (GB), by Kris (GB)
O-Sir Evelyn De Rothschild; B-Southcourt Stud (GB);
T-Sir Michael R Stoute; J-Ryan L Moore. $531,900.
Lifetime Record: Hwt-Eng, MGSW & M1SP-Eng,
15-4-6-1, $1,192,134. *1/2 to Crystal Capella (GB)
(Cape Cross {Ire}), Hwt Older Mare & MGSW-Eng,
$550,784. Werk Nick Rating: B+. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
i i Full sis sells with Four Star Sales at Keenov - Hip # 291 i i
2--Big Blue Kitten, 126, h, 6, Kitten=s Joy--Spent Gold,
by Unaccounted For. O/B-Kenneth L & Sarah K
Ramsey (KY); T-Chad C Brown. $177,300.
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3--Dynamic Sky, 126, c, 4, Sky Mesa--Murani, by
Distorted Humor. (C$25,000 yrl '11 ONTSEP).
O-John C Oxley; B-Arosa Farms (ON); T-Mark E
Casse. $90,423.
Consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency
Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad
Margins: 3/4, 2, NO. Odds: 1.25, 2.75, 13.80.
Also Ran: The Pizza Man, Suntracer, Reporting Star,
War Dancer, Pyrite Mountain, O'Prado Ole.
Scratched: Brown Panther (GB).
Click for the brisnet.com chart, the brisnet.com PPs or
the free brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 4 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
Judge Gets Taylor Decision (cont. from p1)
Just the Judge, the 8-5 favorite, was unhurried early
after a slow start and settled near the back of the pack
as Wall of Sound (GB) (Singspiel {Ire}) led the field
through moderate splits. Steadied slightly behind foes
as the field began to tighten up leaving the backstretch,
the dark bay filly weaved between rivals turning for
home. Desperate for a seam to run through in upper
stretch, she bullied her way into clear running room and
closed determinedly before holding off Odeliz late.
AObviously the race was very unsatisfactory because
I had to go to >Plan B= from the start because she kind
of jumped awkwardly from the gate,@ said winning rider
Jamie Spencer. AYou can=t panic then, you have to take
a different route. I was in amongst horses from
probably five out to about the three-eighths pole and it
was very, very tight where I was. Then she had to
make a little bit of room for herself early in the [email protected]
Spencer admitted he was also thinking about Just the
Judge=s next expected start in the Nov. 1 GI Breeders=
Cup F/M Turf as his charge battled down the stretch. AI
was trying to not give her too hard of a race because,
obviously, this is basically a stepping stone to the
Breeders= Cup. So the plan was just to win here and
ship on down. She=s won, but I=d prefer if it had gone a
little bit [email protected]
David Redvers @dredvers I thought
the weekend couldn't get any better
WRONG AGAIN. Just The Judge wins the EP Taylor Gr1. I
LOVE this game. #breederdcupherewecome
Just the Judge, who is entered in the Tattersalls
December sale, was earning her first victory since
winning the G1 Irish 1000 Guineas last May. She was
third in last summer=s G1 Coronation S. and again in
this term=s G3 Princess
Elizabeth S. and G1
Pretty Polly S. and she
was coming off a
rallying third-place
effort behind Euro
Charline (GB)
(Myboycharlie {Ire}) in
the Aug. 16 GI Beverly
D. S. at Arlington. Her
dam, Faraday Light,
was a 26,000gns
purchase by Co. Meathbased breeder Joan
Keany Dempsey at the
Just the Judge
2007 Goffs November
Michael Burns
sale. The mare=s Rip
Van Winkle (Ire) colt
topped last year=s Goffs November weanling sale when
selling to David Redvers, racing manager to Qatar
Racing, for 420,000gns. Redvers also purchased the
mare=s 2011 foal, a colt by Oratorio (Ire), for
70,000gns at the 2012 Goffs Orby sale. Faraday Light
produced a full-sister to Just the Judge this spring.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 5 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
Sunday, Woodbine
E. P. TAYLOR S.-GI, $452,117, WOX, 10-19, 3yo/up,
f/m, 1 1/4mT, 2:03 2/5, gd.
1--JUST THE JUDGE (IRE), 124, f, 4, by Lawman (Fr)
1st Dam: Faraday Light (Ire), by Rainbow Quest
2nd Dam: Uncharted Haven (GB), by Turtle Island (Ire)
3rd Dam: Tochar Ban, by Assert (Ire)
(i50,000 yrl '11 GOFSPT). O-Qatar Racing Limited
& Sangster Family; B-Mrs J Dempsey (Ire); T-Charles
Hills; J-Jamie P Spencer. $265,950. Lifetime Record:
G1SW-Ire, GSW & MG1SP-Eng, 13-5-1-4,
$893,486. *Raced without Lasix. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree. Werk Nick Rating:
A+++. *Triple Plus*.
2--Odeliz (Ire), 124, f, 4, Falco--Acatama, by Efisio
(GB). (i22,000 yrl '11 ARQOCT). O-Mrs Barbara M
Keller; B-Aleyrion Bloodstock Ltd (Ire); T-Karl Burke.
$88,650.
3--Deceptive Vision, 124, f, 4, A.P. Indy--Eye of the
Sphynx, by Smart Strike. O/B-Sam-Son Farm (ON);
T-Malcolm Pierce. $53,190.
Registered Ontario-Bred
Margins: HF, 2, NK. Odds: 1.60, 4.15, 2.60.
Also Ran: Wall of Sound (GB), Eyeful (GB), Angel
Terrace, Royal Fury, Meri Shika (Fr). Click for the
brisnet.com chart, the brisnet.com PPs or the free
brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO.
Sunday, San Siro, Italy
GRAN PREMIO DEL JOCKEY CLUB-G1, i209,000,
SRO, 10-19, 3yo/up, 12fT, 2:34.50, sf.
1--sDYLAN MOUTH (IRE), 125, c, 3, by Dylan Thomas (Ire)
1st Dam: Cottonmouth (Ire) (GSW-Ity, $327,811), by Noverre
2nd Dam: Nafzira (Ire), by Darshaan (GB)
3rd Dam: Nafzawa, by Green Dancer
O-Scuderia Effevi; B-Azienda Agricola Mariano;
T-Stefano Botti; J-Fabio Branca. i80,750. Lifetime
Record: 8-7-0-0, i457,725. Werk Nick Rating: B+.
Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Duca Di Mantova (GB), 131, g, 5, Manduro (Ger)-Vale Mantovani (GB), by Wolfhound. O-Scuderia
Incolinx; B-Stefano Luciani (GB); T-Raffaele Biondi.
i35,530.
3--Biz The Nurse (Ire), 131, c, 4, Oratorio (Ire)--Biz Bar
(GB), by Tobougg (Ire) (i40,000 yrl '11 ITYSEP).
O-Scuderia Aleali; B-Le Gi; T-Stefano Botti. i19,380.
Margins: 4, 14, 2. Odds: 0.31, 8.52, 4.31.
Also Ran: Sopran Nicolo (Ire), Refuse To Bobbin (Ire),
Open You Heart (Ger), Wild Wolf (Ire).
Click for the Racing Post result or the free brisnet.com
catalogue-style pedigree.
Dylan Mouth, who suffered his lone defeat when
eighth in the G2 King Edward VII S. at Royal Ascot
June 20 but rebounded to win the G2 Federico Tesio S.
by three lengths Sept. 21, stretched his unbeaten string
in Italy to seven yesterday. The May 18 G2 Derby
Italiano winner recorded his first Group 1 success here,
in his first outing at that level, against elders. Cont. p6
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 6 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
GRAN PREMIO DEL JOCKEY CLUB-G1 result cont.
In the last 10 editions of this event, just two 3-yearolds have emerged victorious--Shirocco (Ger), who
landed the GI Breeders' Cup Turf at four, and Novellist
(Ger), who recorded a Group 1 hat-trick the following
year, topped by his triumph in the G1 King George VI
and Queen Elizabeth II S. at Ascot. The last Italian
Derby winner to win this was Ruysdael (GB) in 1967.
Dylan Mouth hit the front 800 meters from home when
his pacemaker, Wild Wolf (Ire) (Rail Link {GB}) got tired,
and stayed on gamely when challenged by the
mud-lover Duca Di Mantova. "You need a very good 3year-old to win in these conditions, and Dylan Mouth is
very good" said jockey Fabio Branca.
Japan Racing Association representative Fumitaka
Tsuruoka attended the race and extended Dylan Mouth
an invitation to the G1 Japan Cup. "It's a big honor to
run in a big race like the Japan Cup,@ said trainer
Stefano Botti. AWe will have a look at Dylan Mouth in
the next few days, and if he comes out of the race well
we can try our chance in [email protected]
Sunday, Woodbine
NEARCTIC S.-GII, $279,428, WOX, 10-19, 3yo/up,
6fT, 1:08 4/5, gd.
1--CASPAR NETSCHER (GB), 117, h, 5, by Dutch Art (GB)
1st Dam: Bella Cantata (GB), by Singspiel (Ire)
2nd Dam: Bella Colora (GB), by Bellypha (Ire)
3rd Dam: Reprocolor (GB), by Jimmy Reppin (GB)
(25,000gns yrl '10 TATOCT; 65,000gns 2yo >11
TATAPR). O-Charles Wentworth; B-Meon Valley Stud
(GB); T-David Simcock; J-Andrew Mullen. $159,570.
Lifetime Record: MGSW-Eng, GSW-Ger, 26-6-4-2,
$706,762. Werk Nick Rating: A+++. *Triple Plus*.
Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Black Hornet, 117, g, 4, Pioneering--Start Stinging,
by Siphon (Brz). ($4,500 yrl '11 ONTSEP).
O-Winview Racing Stable; B-Jus Luk Stables (ON);
T-Pat Parente. $63,828.
Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad
3--Calgary Cat, 119, g, 4, Cowtown Cat--Big Sink Star,
by A.P. Indy. ($40,000 yrl '11 FTKOCT). O-Stephen
Chesney & Cory S Hoffman; B-WinStar Farm LLC
(ON); T-Kevin Attard. $26,595.
Dam sells w/ DENALI at KEENOV - Hip #2567
Registered Ontario-Bred
Margins: 3/4, NK, 1. Odds: 4.80, 9.00, 3.15.
Also Ran: Excaper, Paso Doble, Lockout, Big Blue Spirit (GB), Dreamsgonewild,
Langstaff, Upgrade. Click for the brisnet.com chart, the brisnet.com PPs
or the free brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO.
Caspar Netscher was looking for his first victory since
returning to the racetrack after proving subfertile at
stud in 2013. The bay won the 2012 G2 MehlMulhens-Rennen and G3 Greenham S. and was retired
to Morristown Lattin Stud in Kildare off a fourth-place
effort in that year=s G1 Prix du Moulin. After failing at
stud, he was bought back by owner Charles Wentworth
and he returned to the track to be a narrowly beaten
runner-up in the G2 Lennox S. in July of 2013. Cont. p7
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 7 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
NEARCTIC S.-GII result cont.
Caspar Netscher had made four previous starts this
term, with his best finish a fifth in the G3 John Guest
Bengough S. last time out. Caspar Netscher settled into
midpack as Black Hornet was loose on the lead. Black
Hornet was still in front by open lengths in upper
stretch and Caspar Netscher had plenty to do while
back in sixth, but the pacesetter began to tire with
three-sixteenths left to run and Caspar Netscher, who
was angled to the inside for running room found a seam
between foes and surged to the lead in the shadow of
the wire. AMy hands were absolutely dripping sweat
and I actually felt physically sick before the race I was
so nervous,@ Wentworth admitted. AIt was a long way
to come and it=s a relief to have him back. I sold him to
stud at the end of his 3-year-old season and he covered
54 mares and only got three in foal. So the insurers
paid out the infertility insurance and I bought him back
in a sale bid, which was a gamble but it=s paid [email protected] Of
his runner=s first win in more than two years,
Wentworth said. AThat was amazing. That was
reminiscent of how he was at his best as a 2-year-old.
It=s great to have him back. It really [email protected] The winner will
be represented by two foals at the upcoming Goffs
November sale. His dam Bella Cantata, also bred by
Meon Valley Stud, sold for 22,000gns at the 2010
Tattersalls July sale while in foal to Manduro (Ger).
FRENCH GROUP RESULTS, SPONSORED BY THE FRBC
PRIX DU CONSEIL DE PARIS-G2, €130,000, LON, 10-19, 3yo/up,
12fT, 2:40.96, vsf.
1--#@MANATEE (GB), 121, c, 3, by Monsun (Ger)
1st Dam: Galatee (Fr) (GSW-Ire, $149,173), by Galileo (Ire)
2nd Dam: Altana, by Mountain Cat
3rd Dam: Albertine (Fr), by Irish River (Fr)
O-Godolphin SNC; B-Darley (GB); T-Andre Fabre; J-Maxime Guyon.
€74,100. Lifetime Record: 4 starts, 2 wins, 2 places, €106,500. *1/2 to
Gaterie (Dubai Destination), SW-Fr, $138,315. Werk Nick Rating: A.
Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Norse King (Fr), 130, g, 5, Norse Dancer (Ire)--Angel Wing (GB), by
Barathea (Ire). O-J Smith; B-Littleton Std (Fr); T-M Bollack-Badel. €28,600.
3--Bodhi (Fr), 123, c, 3, Hurricane Cat--Kentucky Beauty (Fr), by Orpen.
O-Sultan Al Kabeer; B-S & C Berland (Fr); T-J Bernard. €13,650.
— Purchased by Narvick Int’l —
Margins: 3/4, 1 1/4, 2HF. Odds: 1.50, 1.10, 2.90.
Also Ran: Garlingari (Fr).
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 8 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
PRIX DU CONSEIL DE PARIS-G2 result cont.
Click for the Racing Post result or the free brisnet.com cataloguestyle pedigree. Equidia VIDEO.
Already successful a record seven times in this
end-of-term contest, Andre Fabre extended his record
with Manatee as that unexposed 3-year-old denied
Norse King back-to-back renewals. Restricted to three
starts so far, the homebred was not seen for five
months following his debut success over 12 furlongs at
Chantilly Apr. 26, but built on a return second at
Chateaubriant Sept. 5 to record an impressive 4 1/2length success in a 15-furlong conditions event at
Maisons-Laffitte last time Sept. 29. In front from the
break, the dark bay was quickly handed a lead from last
year=s winner and battled to close the gap in the
straight. Eventually managing to subdue the long-time
leader with 50 meters remaining, he was pushed out
for an ultimately decisive score. AWe were absolutely
delighted with Manatee=s performance today,@ Lisa-Jane
Graffard of Godolphin commented. AHe is a very
late-maturing horse and is now really coming into his
own. Regardless of what he did this year, we have
always been looking at next year for him. Andre Fabre
has been very patient with the horse. He is very
straightforward and easy to place in his races. He has
shown a lot of class today to get past Norse King, who
is a very seasoned campaigner and won this race last
year. Hopefully, Manatee can continue to progress and
confirm his class next [email protected]
Sunday, Longchamp, France
PRIX DE CONDE-G3, i80,000, LON, 10-19, 2yo, 9fT,
1:56.89, vsf.
1--#@EPICURIS (GB), 123, c, 2, by Rail Link (GB)
1st Dam: Argumentative (GB) (MSP-Fr), by Observatory
2nd Dam: Discuss, by Danzig
3rd Dam: Private Line, by Private Account
O-Khalid Abdullah; B-Juddmonte Farms Ltd (GB);
T-Criquette Head-Maarek; J-Thierry Thulliez.
i40,000. Lifetime Record: 2 starts, 2 wins,
i52,000. Werk Nick Rating: A++. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Big Blue (GB), 123, c, 2, Galileo (Ire)--Board Meeting
(Ire), by Anabaa. (270,000gns RNA yrl >13 TATOCT).
O-Godolphin SNC & Ballymore Thoroughbred Ltd;
B-Dayton Investment Ltd (GB); T-Andre Fabre.
i16,000.
3--Capo Maximo (GB), 123, c, 2, Cape Cross (Ire)-Quezon Sun (Ger), by Monsun (Ger). (i62,000 yrl >13
ARQAUG; i150,000 2yo >14 ARQMAY). O-Sheikh
Falah bin Zayed Al Nahyan; B-Haras de la Perelle
(GB); T-Yves de Nicolay. i12,000.
— Purchased by Narvick Int’l / Diego Zavaleta —
Margins: 2HF, 1 3/4, NK. Odds: 1.70, 1.90, 16.00.
Also Ran: Red Tornado (Fr), Winter Springs (Fr),
Gentora (Fr), Cornwallville (Ire), Aldar (Fr). Click for the
Racing Post result. Equidia VIDEO.
Cont. p9
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PRIX DE CONDE-G3 result cont.
Making all on his racecourse bow over a mile here at
the start of September, Epicuris was again dominant
from the front to justify favoritism in this first major
test. Happy on an uncontested lead under Thierry
Thulliez, the imposing homebred started to stretch his
rivals at the top of the straight and only the
conservatively ridden Big Blue was able to give
meaningful pursuit. Kicking clear inside the final
furlong, he was comfortably clear of that Godolphin
representative to book a ticket to the Nov. 8
G1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud. AHe is a nice colt with a
lovely action and my instructions were to go to the
front, as he has a huge stride and relaxes very well,@
trainer Criquette Head-Maarek commented. AHe has a
tendency to be keen between horses too. We will enter
him in the [G1] Criterium de Saint-Cloud and I will
discuss it with his owner and Lord Grimthorpe, but if all
is well we might take our [email protected] Epicuris might face a
rematch with the runner-up there, according to
Godolphin=s Lisa-Jane Graffard. ABig Blue has run very
well today and come up against what looks to be a
good horse in the winner,@ she said. AHe remains open
to improvement. No decision has been made about
whether he will run again this year, but the Criterium de
Saint-Cloud could be a possible target. We will see how
he comes out of this race and it will be up to H H
Sheikh Mohammed and Andre Fabre to [email protected]
Sunday, Woodbine
ONTARIO FASHION S.-GIII, $139,006, WOX, 10-19, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f
(AWT), 1:09 2/5, ft.
[email protected] BOMBSHELL, 115, f, 4, by War Front
1st Dam: Flat Screen, by Pulpit
2nd Dam: Bella Gatto, by Storm Cat
3rd Dam: Winter Sparkle, by Northjet (Ire)
($20,000 wlng '10 KEENOV; $150,000 yrl '11 KEESEP). O-Dubb, The
Elkstone Group LLC, Bethlehem Stables LLC et al; B-B D Gibbs Farm
LLC & Fleetwood Bloodstock LLC (KY); T-Chad C Brown; J-Patrick
Husbands. $79,785. Lifetime Record: 6-4-0-1, $207,293. Werk Nick
Rating: A++. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
Sells as Hip 118 at FTKNOV with Paramount Sales
Ingordo Bloodstock Weanling Auction Purchase
2--Disco Barbie, 117, f, 4, Pure Prize--Cimmaron Lady, by Grand Slam.
($15,000 yrl '11 KEEJAN; $80,000 yrl '11 FTKJUL). O-Dianne
Manning; B-Iron County Farms Inc (KY); T-Dale Capuano. $26,595.
Hartwell Farm Sales Graduate
3--Cryptic Message, 117, f, 4, Cryptograph--Abby O, by Deputy
Commander. (C$5,000 yrl '11 ONTSEP). O-M J Doyle Racing Stable
Ltd & John Donaldson; B-B & H Irving (ON); T-M Doyle. $18,617.
Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad
Trained at Crupi’s New Castle Farm
Sold by Hill ‘n’ Dale
Margins: NK, 1 1/4, 2. Odds: 3.25, 1.75, 21.65.
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ONTARIO FASHION S.-GIII result cont.
Also Ran: Cat Lore, Goldstryke Glory, Strike the Moon, Casablanca
Kiss, Youcan'tcatchme, Thats Our Princess, Silent Treat. Click for the
brisnet.com chart or the brisnet.com PPs. VIDEO.
Native Bombshell, a maiden winner at Gulfstream for
trainer Tony Dutrow last February, added an Aqueduct
allowance in her first outing for Chad Brown last April.
Ninth in the Riskaverse S. at Saratoga in August, she
won her synthetics debut in the Ruling Angel S., but
had not been seen since that effort at Woodbine in
October of 2013. Native Bombshell settled into
midpack while racing along the rail as Cryptic Message
took the field through fractions of :22.00 and :44.41.
Behind a wall of horses turning for home, Native
Bombshell was tipped out for running room in upper
stretch and quickened late to narrowly outfinish favored
Disco Barbie in the final strides. Native Bombshell=s dam
Flat Screen sold for $2,000 at the 2011 Keeneland
January sale. She produced a colt by Awesome Again
this spring.
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Sunday, San Siro, Italy
PREMIO DORMELLO-G3, i99,000, SRO, 10-19, 2yo, f,
8fT, 1:43.4, sf.
1--FONTANELICE (IRE), 124, f, 2, by Vale of York (Ire)
1st Dam: Choose Me Please (Ire), by Choisir (Aus)
2nd Dam: Barnabas (Ity), by Slip Anchor (GB)
3rd Dam: Bubble Prospector, by Miswaki
(i9,000 yrl '13 TATIRE). O-Stefano Botti; B-John
Martin McLoughney (Ire); T-Stefano Botti; J-Cristian
Demuro. i38,250. Lifetime Record: 5-5-0-0,
i103,445. Werk Nick Rating: A++. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Marabea (GB), 124, f, 2, Archipenko--Violin Time, by
Theatrical (Ire) (800gns wnl '12 TATDEC). O-Marcus
Schiebinger. i16,830.
3--Money Drop (Ity), 124, f, 2, Martino Alonso (Ire)-Khanstan (Ire), by Barathea (Ire). O-Dioscuri. i9,180.
Margins:1 1/4, 2 1/4, HD. Odds: 1.89, 1.65, 3.04.
Also Ran: Aria di Primavera (GB), Evviva (Ity), A Fari
Spenti (Ire), Torino (Ity). Click for Racing Post result.
Fontanelice put her unbeaten record on the line in this
Italian championship event for juvenile fillies, and
despite some concerns about her stamina, emerged
with her reputation intact. The bay was a nine-length
debut winner over this surface May 1, and after adding
the Listed Alessandro Perrone a month later, deadheated for the win in the G3 Premio Passi June 29.
Fontanelice jumped quickly here and was allowed to set
a slow pace. She was challenged in the stretch by the
German raider, Marabea, but responded with courage
and stayed on. Cont. p11
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PREMIO DORMELLO-G3 result cont.
"The plan was to stalk the pace, but she was so
brilliant and nobody wanted to lead,@ said winning
jockey Cristian Demuro. AShe relaxed well in front and
was so game in the last 200 meters."
Fontanelice was a gift to owner/trainer Stefano Botti
from his father, Alduino, and the elder Botti added,
"She proved that she can stay. We were not sure [she
could stay] before the race, but her sire, Vale Of York,
won the [GI] Breeders' Cup Juvenile, and the female
line is the same as G1 Japanese Derby winner Deep
Brillante (Jpn) (Deep Impact {Jpn})."
Sunday, San Siro, Italy
PREMIO OMENONI-G3, i61,600, SRO, 10-19, 3yo/up,
5fT, 1:01.20, sf.
[email protected] SHAKE (IRE), 126, g, 3, by Moss Vale (Ire)
1st Dam: Ladylishandra (Ire), by Mujadil
2nd Dam: Nevlana (Ire), by Red Sunset (GB)
3rd Dam: Dancer Partner, by Graustark
(i22,000 wnlg '11 GOFNOV; ,22,000 yrl '12
DONAUG; 22,000gns 2yo '13 TATHIT). O-Vincenzo
Caldarola; B-Ringfort Stud (Ire); T-Marco Gasparini;
J-Fabio Branca. i23,800. Lifetime Record: SP-Fr,
16-5-3-4, i64,804. *1/2 to Tropical Paradise (Ire)
(Verglas {Ire}), MGSW-Eng, $196,061. Werk Nick
Rating: A. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Namera (Ger), 123, m, 5, Areion (Ger)--Najinskaja
(Ger), by Tannenkonig (57,000gns RNA 4yo '13
TATDEC). O-Gestut Brummerhof. i10,472.
3--Eldo River (Ire), 128, h, 5, Le Vie Dei Colori (GB)--In
Deira (Ire), by Ashkalani (Ire) (i12,000 wnlg '09
GOFNOV; i5,000 yrl '10 GOFORB). O-Loredana
Montecchiari. i5,712.
Margins: 1HF, HD, HD. Odds: 2.58, 8.76, 4.50.
Also Ran: Universo Star (Ire), Guinnevre (Ire), Konkan
(Ire), Clorofilla (Ire), Omaticaya (Ire), Iftaar (Ire).
Click for the Racing Post result.
Harlem Shake came to Italy at the end of 2013 as a
maiden, with four places in seven starts at two in
Ireland. He opened his Italian account with a six-length
maiden win at the Capannelle Mar. 28 and improved
start-by-start this spring, running third--2 1/2 lengths
off subsequent G1 Prix de l'Abbaye de Longchamp
runner-up Rangali (GB) (Namid {GB})--in the Listed
Texanita S. at Maisons-Laffitte in his lone voyage to
France May 12. Harlem Shake landed his first stakes
win two weeks ago in the Listed Premio Cancelli at the
San Siro, and stepped up again yesterday. "He is a fast,
nice horse,@ said trainer Marco Gasparini. AWe will have
a look at the pattern race book, but I think there is
nothing for him this season, except the G3 Premio
Aloisi at Rome."
A # will distinguish first-time stakes-winners, a @ will
indicate first-time graded stakes-winners, a s will
denote a first-time Grade/Group 1 winner, a + will
indicate first-time starters, an (S) will be used for statebred races, a (C) will be used for maiden-claiming races
and an (R) will be used for other restricted races.
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Sunday, San Siro, Italy
PREMIO DEL PIAZZALE-G3, i61,600, SRO, 10-19,
3yo/up, 8fT, 1:40.8, sf.
[email protected] THE FUN (FR), 124, h, 5, by Rock of Gibraltar (Ire)
1st Dam: Avezia (Fr), by Night Shift
2nd Dam: Girouette, by Nonoalco
3rd Dam: Gray Dove, by T V Lark
(i16,000 yrl '10 ARQOCT; i55,000 2yo '11
ARQMAY). O-Prime Equestrian; B-Snig Elevage (Fr);
T-Christophe Ferland; J-Julien Auge. i23,800.
Lifetime Record: SW & MGSP-Fr, 22-7-4-5,
i190,650. Werk Nick Rating: A+. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Felician (Ger), 124, g, 6, Motivator (GB)--Felicity
(Ger), by Inchinor (GB). O/B-Gestut Haus Ittlingen
(Ger). i10,472.
3--Line Drummer (Fr), 124, c, 4, Galileo (Ire)--Miss Bio
(Fr), by River Mist (i260,000 yrl '11 ARQAUG;
70,000gns 3yo '13 TATHIT; i200,000 HRA '14
ARQJUL). O-Ozguler & Hlamel. i5,712.
Margins: 3, HF, NK. Odds: 2.20, 8.08. 8.91.
Also Ran: Nordico (Ger), Musicante Di Brema (Fr),
Mujas (GB), Salford Secret (Ire), Plusquemavie (Ire).
Click for the Racing Post result.
Veteran French stakes performer Spoil The Fun had
not visited the winner=s circle since collecting his first
black-type victory in the Montretoute S. at Longchamp
last May, and that losing streak included two off-theboard efforts in Dubai earlier this year. Third in
allowance company to kick off his European campaign
Apr. 11, he was beaten just a head when second in
Chantilly=s G3 Prix Bertrand du Breuil Longines June 15,
and was third in Vichy=s Listed Prix Jacques de
Bremond July 25 prior to filling the runner-up spot
again in the G3 Prix Quincey Lucien Barriere at Deauville
Aug. 31. He relished yesterday's conditions and kicked
for home with ease. Trainer Christophe Ferland said,
"We can say, mission accomplished. Our target was to
win a group race with him, and he did it. Now he will
have a rest and will come back next season in Europe-we won't go to Dubai this [winter][email protected]
UPCOMING MAJOR NORTH AMERICAN STAKES
Date
Oct. 25
Oct. 26
Oct. 31
Race
GII Fayette S.
GIII Bold Ruler H.
GIII Autumn Miss S.
GIII Turnback the Alarm H.
GI Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile
GI Breeders’ Cup Distaff
GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf
GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf
GII Marathon S.
GII Twilight Derby
Track
KEE
BEL
SA
BEL
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
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Stars of tomorrow grabbing the spotlight today...
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 13 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
Sunday, Baden-Baden, Germany
SOLDIER HOLLOW - PREIS DER WINTERKONIGIN-G3,
i105,000, BAD, 10-19, 2yo, f, 8fT, 1:45.04, sf.
1--#@BOURREE (GER), 128, f, 2, by Siyouni (Fr)
1st Dam: Bearlita (Ger), by Lomitas (GB)
2nd Dam: Bearall (Ire), by Al Hareb
3rd Dam: Soxoph (GB), by Hotfoot (GB)
(i20,000 RNA yrl >13 BBAOCT). O-Stall Lenau;
B-Claudia & Alexander Rom (Ger); T-Andreas Lowe;
J-Jozef Bojko. i60,000. Lifetime Record: 3 starts,
1 win, 1 place, i61,200. *16th winner and fourth
black-type winner for freshman sire (by Pivotal {GB}).
Werk Nick Rating: C. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Desiree Clary (Ger), 128, f, 2, Sholokhov (Ire)-Dynamica (Ger), by Dashing Blade (GB). O-Stall Carpe
Diem; B-Brigitta & Bernhard Matusche (Ger);
T-Waldemar Hickst. i23,000.
3--Winnemark (Ger), 128, f, 2, Lando (Ger)--Winterthur
(Ger), by Alkalde (Ger). O/B-Gestut Ebbesloh (Ger);
T-Peter Schiergen. i11,000.
Margins: SHD, 1 3/4, 3/4. Odds: 15.90, 11.30, 11.40.
Also Ran: Amabelle (Ger), Pearl Diamond (Ger), Nymeria
(Ger), Ma Marie (Fr), Peace Society, Maha Kumari (Ger),
Rose Rized (Ger), Weichsel (Ger), Amona (Ire).
Scratched: Darasita (Ger). Click for Racing Post result.
Bourree, down the field in 11th when pitched into a
valuable sales-related event going six panels at this
track on debut Aug. 30, improved to finish second
when upped a quarter mile at Cologne last time
Sept. 28, and occupied a forward role in Germany=s
premier prize for juvenile distaffers here. Stoked up to
seize control fanning wide off the home turn, the bay
repelled all threats in the straight and kept on strongly
under continued urging to hold the late thrust of
Desiree Clary for a first win of any kind.
Sunday, Baden-Baden, Germany
BADEN-WURTTEMBERG-TROPHY-G3, i55,000, BAD,
10-19, 3yo/up, 10fT, 2:13.24, sf.
1--#@EVER STRONG (GER), 126, g, 6, by Lomitas (GB)
1st Dam: Emy Coasting, by El Gran Senor
2nd Dam: Coast Patrol, by Cornish Prince
3rd Dam: Empress of Canada, by Accomplish
(i14,000 RNA yrl >09 BBASEP). O-Annette Christina
Bolte; B-Hannes K Gutschow (Ger); T-Andreas Bolte;
J-Adrie de Vries. i32,000. Lifetime Record:
22 starts, 9 wins, 3 places, i123,950. *1/2 to
Empire Storm (Ger) (Storming Home {GB}), GSW-Ger,
MGSP-UAE, MSP-Ity & Swe, SP-Eng, $432,182.
Werk Nick Rating: C+. Click for the
eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Madurai (Ger), 119, c, 3, Marju (Ire)--Moonlight
Danceuse (Ire), by Bering (GB). (i38,000 RNA yrl >12
BBAAUG). O/B-Gestut Am Schlossgarten (Ger);
T-Waldemar Hickst. i11,000.
3--Daytona Bay (GB), 120, f, 4, Motivator (GB)-Daytona (Ger), by Lando (Ger). O/B-Gestut Haus
Ittlingen (GB); T-Ferdinand Leve. i5,500.
Margins: NK, 1 1/4, HF. Odds: 10.40, 6.10, 5.00.
Also Ran: Bermuda Reef (Ire), Polish Vulcano (Ger), Wake Forest (Ger),
Amazonit (Ger). Click for the Racing Post result.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 14 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
BADEN-WURTTEMBERG-TROPHY-G3 result cont.
Ever Strong has enjoyed a fruitful time at handicap
level, winning two such events at Hannover Apr. 21
and May 18, but has not fared as well when tried in
black-type company. Seventh in the June 14 Listed
Sachsen-Preis at Dresden, the bay ran fifth in the Preis
der Sparkassen Finanzgruppe at this track Aug. 30, and
occupied the same berth in a course-and-distance
handicap last time Sept. 7. Settled in a slipstreaming
second after the initial strides, he bounded to the front
turning into the straight and was driven out inside the
final furlong to hold on for a career high.
JAPANESE RESULT
Sunday, Kyoto, Japan
SHUKA SHO-G1, -174,300,000, Kyoto, 10-19, 3yo, f,
2000mT, 1:57.00, fm.
[email protected]#SHONAN PANDORA (JPN), 121, f, 3, by Deep Impact (Jpn)
1st Dam: Cutie Gold (Jpn), by French Deputy
2nd Dam: Golden Sash (Jpn), by Dictus (Fr)
3rd Dam: Dyna Sash (Jpn), by Northern Taste
O-Tetsuhide Kunimoto; B-Shiraoi Farm; T-Tomohiro
Takano; J-Suguru Hamanaka. -92,780,000.
Lifetime Record: 9-3-4-0. Werk Nick Rating: A+++
*Triple Plus*. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Nuovo Record (Jpn), 121, f, 3, Heart=s Cry (Jpn)-Omega Spirit (Jpn), by Spinning World. O-Reiko Hara;
B-Shadai Farm. -37,080,000.
3--Tagano Etoile (Jpn), 121, f, 3, King Kamehameha
(Jpn)--Seaside Breeze (Jpn), by Sunday Silence.
(-12,000,000 wnlg =11 JRHAJUL) O-Ryoji Yagi;
B-Shiraoi Farm. -22,540,000.
Margins: NK, 1 1/4, NK. Odds: 9.10, 0.50, 16.90.
Also Ran: Blanc Neige (Jpn), Sang Real (Jpn), Red
Reveur (Jpn), Bounce Shasse (Jpn), Lilavati (Jpn), Dilga,
Ceu Azul (Jpn), Omega Heart Rock (Jpn), Admire Bijin
(Jpn), Reve d'Etoiles (Jpn), Happiness Dancer (Jpn),
Peisha Felice (Jpn), Marble Cathedral (Jpn), Meine
Greville (Jpn). Scratched: Pacific Gal (Jpn).
Click for the JRA chart and video. Click for the free
brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree.
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Shonan Pandora experienced a rather nondescript
beginning to her career, breaking her maiden at second
asking in January prior to four straight losses. Second
in a Tokyo allowance May 24, the bay returned
refreshed from a summer holiday, taking a Niigata
allowance by 2 1/4
lengths as the evenmoney choice.
She prepped for this
Classic with a secondplace finish, once again
as the favorite, in the
Shion Sho S. Sept. 13,
and her believers
enjoyed longer odds
Shonan Pandora
yesterday. Sliding over
JRA
to the rail shortly after
the break, Shonan
Pandora found herself leading the second flight of
runners coming off the first turn, at which point the
field was split nearly evenly into two groups. She
closed the gap on the leading group rounding the turn,
and found herself two lengths off the lead, still on the
rail, at the top of the lane. Bursting through an opening
shortly thereafter, she had to hold off a late charge
from the G1 Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) winner
Nuovo Record to claim the spoils.
AShe broke well and was able to sit in an ideal
position taking an economic route,@ said winning jockey
Suguru Hamanaka. AWe all had high hopes for her from
the beginning, and I could feel her strength during
recent workouts. I saw Nuovo Record coming from the
outside, and just prayed that we could hold her [email protected]
Shonan Pandora=s dam, Cutie Gold, is a half-sister to
G1 Hong Kong Vase and G2 Dubai Sheema Classic
winner Stay Gold (Jpn) (Sunday Silence), the sire of
Japanese Horse of the Year and Triple Crown winner
Orfevre (Jpn).
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 15 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
BREEDERS’ CUP
BULLETIN
Beholder to Miss Breeders’ Cup (cont. from p1)
Purchased by Spendthrift Farm for $180,000 as a
KEESEP yearling, Beholder was last seen winning the
GI Zenyatta S. at Santa Anita Sept. 27. The Kentuckybred worked seven furlongs in Arcadia Saturday in a
sharp 1:23.80.
AAs disappointed and sad as we are about the fact
that we aren=t going to get to run, we can=t have any
negative feelings about Beholder because she=s been so
good to us,@ said Mandella.
The two-time champion is catalogued to sell at the
Nov. 3 Fasig-Tipton November Sale.
AThe sale is certainly still the plan, but we will
obviously have to see how things play out over the
next week,@ Toffey said. AWhen you look at her career,
we certainly can't be too disappointed. She's given us a
lot of great moments and memories. Right now we are
just going to take care of her and go from there."
It would have been the third appearance in a
Breeders= Cup race for the 4-year-old filly, who won the
2012 GI Breeders= Cup Juvenile Fillies before adding
last year=s Distaff. Beholder=s record stands at
15-10-3-0 and $3,368,300 in earnings.
‘HONEY’ BC F/M SPRINT BOUND
Southern Honey (Colonel John), second in the
GII Thoroughbred Club of America S. at Keeneland
Oct. 4, will be among the pre-entries for the GI
Breeders= Cup Filly and Mare Sprint at Santa Anita Nov.
1. Owned by Ashbrook Farm, the $155,000 KEENOV
weanling and $180,000 KEESEP yearling is trained by
Rusty Arnold and worked a best-of-84 four panels in
:46.80 at Keeneland Saturday.
AWe=re going,@ trainer Rusty Arnold said. AI met with
the owners [Glenn Bromagen, his wife, Sandy, and son
Bo, who is the racing manager for Ashbrook] this
morning. The filly is doing good and she came out of
her work yesterday [email protected]
UNDRAFTED PREPS FOR BC TURF SPRINT
Grade III Jaipur Invitational S. hero Undrafted (Purim)
worked a bullet five furlongs in :58.20, best-of-27 at
Keeneland Sunday morning, in preparation for a start in
the GI Breeders= Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita
Nov. 1. The Wes Welker-owned chestnut breezed in
company with To My Valentine (Fr) (Dyhim Diamond
{Ire}), who is being pointed toward the GIII Senator Ken
Maddy S. the same day for trainer Wesley Ward.
Undrafted is one of seven horses Ward is considering
for the Breeders= Cup stabled at Keeneland. AMy Friday
horses [Oct. 31] will ship a little earlier and the rest will
stay here until the 28th,@ commented Ward.
• BC CONTENDERS ON THE WORKTAB •
SANTA ANITA
Untapable (Tapit), D, 5f, :58.60, 1/67
Tapiture (Tapit), DM, 5f, :59.60, 6/67
Lucky Player (Lookin at Lucky), J, 5f, :59.60, 6/67
Fast Anna (Medaglia d’Oro), S, 5f, 1:01.00, 36/67
Tonito M. (Rock Hard Ten), DM, 5f, 1:00.80, 31/67
Fed Biz (Giant’s Causeway), DM, 6f, 1:12.80, 4/25
Tiz Midnight (Midnight Lute), D, 6f, 1;12.40,
Little Alexis (Mr. Greeley), FMS, 5f, 1:00.80, 31/67
Tom’s Tribute (Lion Heart), M, 6fT, 1:14, 5/7
Big John B (Hard Spun), 6fT, 1:12.20, 3/7
Daddy D T (Scat Daddy), JT, 6fT, 1:12, 2/7
Silentio (Silent Name {Jpn}), TS, 7fT, 1:25.00, 1/3
Rusty Slipper (Lemon Drop Kid), FMT, 5fT, 1:03.40, 7/8
BELMONT PARK
Bobby’s Kitten (Kitten’s Joy), M, 5fT, 1:02.27, 6/18
Close Hatches (First Defence), D, 4f, :48.92, 9/33,
Daredevil (More Than Ready), J, 4f (tr), :48.92, 10/49
Dayatthespa (City Zip), FMT, 4fT, :49.05, 3/11
El Kabeir (Scat Daddy), JT, 5fT, 1:02.14, 3/18
Emollient (Empire Maker), FMT, 5fT, 1:04.15, 17/18
Imagining (Giant’s Causeway), T, 5fT, 1:05.00, 18/18
Lady Eli (Divine Park), JFT, 5fT, 1:03.11, 9/18
Startup Nation (Temple City), JT, 5fT, 1:03.57, 11/18
Stephanie’s Kitten (Kitten’s Joy), FMT, 5fT, 1:02.04, 1/18
Sweet Reason (Street Sense), FMS, 3f, :34.71, 1/10
Tammy the Torpedo (More Than Ready), JFT, 5fT, 1:03.11, 9/18
Tonalist (Tapit), 5f, C, 1:00.57, 2/9 (video)
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BULLET FOR BIG MACHER
Big Macher (Beau Genius), winner of the GI Bing
Crosby S., tuned up for the GI Xpressbet Breeders= Cup
Sprint with a bullet five-furlong drill in :58.60 at Santa
Anita Sunday. AHe couldn=t be working any better
coming up to this race,@ reported trainer Richard Baltas.
AI=m real happy. I=m confident in the horse, but it is the
Breeders= Cup, obviously. He=ll be running against the
best horses in the world, so even though he=s a Grade I
winner, he still has to step it up. I=m confident he=s
going to run his [email protected]
RACETRACK ROUND-UP
TARIS FINE AFTER RAVEN RUN
Taris (Flatter), a J “TDN Rising Star” J after a
dominate Aqueduct maiden victory last December and
winner of Saturday=s GII Lexus
Raven Run S. at Keeneland,
has exited the race in good
form, according to trainer Todd
Beattie. The Commonwealth
New Era Racing=s $90,000
KEESEP yearling purchase was
winning for the fourth time in
Taris
five starts. She will not be
Coady Photography
pointed to the
GI Breeders= Cup Filly and Mare Sprint at Santa Anita
Nov. 1.
AI own a quarter of the filly and I can tell you that is
definitely not happening,@ Beattie said Sunday morning.
AHowever, we can circle next year when the Breeders=
Cup is at Keeneland. She came out of the race 100%;
she=s fine this [email protected]
Beattie, who plans to keep Taris at Keeneland for a
few more days, added, AShe=s a May foal and just now
coming into her [email protected]
The next start for Taris is unclear, but Beattie has a
few ideas.
AWe=ll keep looking at the condition books and see
what=s out there, but there are not a lot of obvious
spots,@ Beattie said. The GI Madison S. at Keeneland
next April is in the long-term plans. AAbsolutely,@
Beattie said. AOh yeah; we=ll be [email protected]
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common with the Desert Kingdom–namely the lushly pastured Emerald
Isle. Denise Marray, Gulf Times.
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TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 17 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
LEADING LIGHT INJURED IN CUP DEFEAT
CIRRUS HONG KONG BOUND
Derrick Smith, Mrs. John Magnier and Michael
Tabor=s Leading Light (Ire) (Montjeu {Ire}), seventh of
nine as the favorite in Saturday=s G2 QIPCO British
Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot, is unlikely to
race again after suffering suspensory injuries in running.
Leading Light, who was returning to the scene of his
G1 Gold Cup victory at
Royal Ascot in June, was
one of a handful of
horses hampered in the
early straight by eventual
winner Forgotten Rules
(Ire) (Nayef). Forgotten
Rules= rider Pat Smullen
received a three-day ban.
Leading Light
"It was an unfortunate
Racing Post
incident and the
unfortunate part was the
horse came out of it the wrong side,@ trainer Aidan
O=Brien said. "He has two very bad injuries to both his
front legs and there's a chance he might never race
again. It's very disappointing."
In addition to his defeat of defending winner Estimate
(Ire) (Monsun {Ger}) in the Gold Cup, Leading Light won
last year=s G1 St Leger, as well as the G3 Queen=s Vase
at Royal Ascot. He has won eight of 12 outings,
including six group stakes.
Veteran globetrotter Cirrus des Aigles (Fr) (Even Top
{Ire}), fifth as the favorite in Saturday=s G1 QIPCO
Champion S. at Ascot, emerged from that turnover in
good shape and will now target Hong Kong=s
International Meeting Dec. 13 for the fifth time, trainer
Corine Barande-Barbe told Racing Post.
Despite the 8-year-old=s favorable record on soft
surfaces, Barande-Barbe noted that Saturday=s going
may not have been to his liking.
"He's in good shape and feeling very happy with
himself,@ she told the trade daily. AHe didn't seem to
want to engage fifth gear [in the Champion]. Perhaps
something will come to light, but I think it is more likely
that the race just didn't go his [email protected]
She added, "he was stuck wide the whole way and I
also wonder if the holding ground didn't really suit him.
He loves it heavy but, given the problems he has had in
the past, it was perhaps a bit greasy for him and I think
that he maybe saved himself a bit on it. When the vets
took him to be sampled after the race, he wasn't
sweating or blowing like the rest. He is entered in Hong
Kong and if he seems well he will go."
Cirrus des Aigles made his first voyage to Hong Kong
in 2009, finishing fifth in the G1 Hong Kong Vase, and
has contested the G1 Hong Kong Cup in 2010
(seventh), 2011 (fifth) and 2013 (third).
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 18 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
MCEVOY PICKS RUBICK FOR COOLMORE
Jockey Kerrin McEvoy, who rode J “TDN Rising
Star” J Rubick (Aus) (Encosta de Lago {Aus}) to
victory in the G2 Schillaci S. at Caulfield Oct. 11, has
chosen that mount over last season=s G1 Blue Diamond
S. heroine Earthquake (Aus) (Exceed and Excel {Aus})
for the G1 Coolmore Stud
S. Nov. 1, according to
Racing and Sports.
McEvoy, who recently
ended his retainer with
Earthquake=s owner,
Godolphin, has ridden the
filly in her last five
outings, including a
Rubick
victory in the
Racing and Sports
G3 Thoroughbred Club S.
on the same day of
Rubick=s Schillaci win. McEvoy was riding the Gerald
Ryan-trained Rubick for the first time in the Schillaci,
replacing Brenton Avdulla. On their only prior meeting,
Rubick was fourth behind Earthquake in the Blue
Diamond. Jockey James McDonald will pick up the
mount on Earthquake.
FASIG-TIPTON OCTOBER
F-T October Opens Today (cont. from p1)
The yearling sales this year have ticked along largely
in step with 2013 results. Fasig-Tipton=s July sale
started the season with a $94,154 average, up 4.9%
from 2013; and a $7,000 median, down a slight 2.8%
from a year ago. The results from Keeneland=s
September sale also closely mirrored 2013 figures, with
its cumulative average down just 2.8% and an identical
median.
Browning expects that trend to continue during the
three-day October sale.
AThroughout the yearling sales of 2014--beginning
with July and likely to continue in the next three days-we=ve seen a fairly consistent and comparable market
to 2013,@ Browning commented. AI think we=ve
continued to see an emphasis and the strongest
competition on what are perceived to be the quality
offerings that have a combination of both physical
conformation and an acceptable level of [email protected]
Still, there remains one part of the market that has
continued to struggle.
AI think we=ve seen that the lower segment of the
marketplace continues to be difficult, despite smaller
numbers, and there has been some weakness in the
lower level of the market in 2014,@ Browning noted. AI
would expect the same trends to continue. I don=t see
any reason for our sale this week to be any different
than any sale that we=ve seen throughout the bulk of
this sales [email protected]
Cont. p19
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 19 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
The October sale boasts an impressive roster of
graduates, with a pair
of 2013 Breeders= Cup
winners--GI Dirt Mile
winner Goldencents
(Into Mischief) and
GI Juvenile Fillies
winner Ria Antonia
(Rockport Harbor)--and
four other Grade I
winners gracing its
current catalogue cover.
Last year=s auction
has already produced
Fasig-Tipton sales grounds
GII Saratoga Special S.
Fasig Tipton photo
winner I Spent It (Super
Saver), who was a $65,000 October purchase by W. D.
North before selling for $600,000 to Alex and Joann
Lieblong at this year=s Fasig-Tipton Florida sale. John
Oxley=s Skyway (Sky Mesa), a $165,000 October
yearling purchase by trainer Mark Casse, won the GII
Best Pal S. in August.
AI think the reputation and the expectation for the
October sale continues to increase and improve every
year,@ Browning said. AI think both buyers and sellers
have confidence in the quality of product that is going
to be here. Sellers are absolutely comfortable bringing a
very good horse that may have needed time or may
have missed an earlier sale and they know that there is
going to be legitimate, solid activity for that horse.
ABuyers know that they can come here and expect a
sales graduate from here who has a chance and is
capable of winning a Breeders= Cup race or winning a
Kentucky Derby or a Classic race,@ Browning continued.
AAnd that is a very positive [email protected]
The key to a strong three-day sale is a diverse buying
bench and Browning thinks the October sale will check
that box.
AWhen you=ve got 1200 horses in a sale, you=ve got
to have a broad representation--a combination of end
users, pinhookers and we hope to have some
international participation,@ he explained. AYou need
everybody and anybody who can buy a yearling to be
participating in this sale and I think, honestly, what
attracts a large group of buyers here is that there is
something for everyone. Whether you=ve got $10,000
to spend on a yearling or $500,000 and up to spend on
a yearling, you can probably get your order filled [email protected]
The October sale continues through Wednesday with
sessions beginning daily at 10 a.m. To view the
complete catalogue, visit www.fasigtipton.com.
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TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 10/20/14 • PAGE 20 of 20 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
ARQANA OCTOBER
NEWS TODAY
ARQANA OCTOBER SALE STARTS TODAY
DOYLE UNLIKELY TO APPEAL ASCOT BAN
Arqana hosts its third and final yearling sale of the
season, the Arqana October Yearling Sale, this week in
Deauville, and the action kicks off today with the
single-day Part 1 session of the catalogue. The entire
catalogue comprises 600 lots, with 185 set to go under
the hammer today, and
the remaining slotted
for Part 2 of the sale
over the next three
days. Some of the
standout pedigrees
include lot 2, a Dubawi
(Ire) colt out of GI E.P.
Taylor S. winner
Reggane (GB) (Red
Arqana October graduate Charm Spirit
Ransom); lot 48, a
Racing Post
daughter of Group 2
winner All Is Vanity (Fr)
(Gold Away {Ire}) and one of the final Monsun (Ger)
yearlings to go through a sales ring; lot 105, a fullbrother to Group 1 winner Giofra (GB) (Dansili {GB})
and a half to listed winner Gradara (Ire) (Montjeu {Ire})
and lot 146, a King=s Best half-sister to G1 Prix du
Cadran winner Molly Malone (Fr) (Lomitas {GB}).
Coulonces Consignment offers a handful of well-bred
youngsters, including lot 12, a full-sister to multiple
group winner and stakes producer Joanna (Ire) (High
Chaparral {Ire}); lot 142, a Teofilo (Ire) half-brother to
leading French sire Le Havre (Ire) (Noverre) and lot 160,
a full-brother to G1 Prix du Jockey Club winner and
Australian Group 1 winner Reliable Man (Fr) (Dalakhani
{Ire}).
These yearlings will look
to join an elite group of
graduates from the Arqana
October sale that includes
this year=s Classic winners
Avenir Certain (Fr) (Le
Havre {Ire}) (G1 Prix de
Diane and G1 Poule d=Essai
des Pouliches) and The
Lot 142, Teofilo half to Le Havre
Grey Gatsby (Ire)
Arqana
(Mastercraftsman {Ire})
(G1 Prix du Jockey Club).
Saturday=s G1 Queen Elizabeth II winner Charm Spirit
(Ire) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}) was a i140,000 purchase
at this sale two years ago, while dual G1 Prix de l=Arc
de Triomphe winner Treve (Fr) (Motivator {GB}) was
bought back for i22,000 at this sale in 2011.
For the full catalogue, visit www.arqana.com.
Jockey James Doyle, who picked up a seven-day ban
and a ,10,000 fine for using the whip above the
permitted level while riding Noble Mission (GB) (Galileo
{Ire}) to victory in the G1 Qipco Champion S. Saturday,
is unlikely to appeal the stewards= decision, the rider
said yesterday.
"I haven't spoken to anyone about it yet and hadn't
really thought about it," said the retained jockey to
Noble Mission's owner, Khalid Abdullah. "I would say
the chances [of an appeal] would be pretty slim. The
rules are there and you have to take the consequences
at the end of the day. There are no qualms [email protected]
Doyle said he hoped the race would be remembered
for Noble Mission=s gallant performance, rather than the
ban. The 5-year-old was winning the race for trainer
Lady Jane Cecil two years after his famed elder brother,
Frankel (GB) (Galileo {Ire}), ended his unbeaten career
there for the late Sir Henry Cecil.
"Hopefully the suspension and the fine won't
overshadow what happened,@ Doyle said. AI don't want
such a great race marred by people saying, >he got a
ban and a fine.= That would be upsetting. Hopefully
people will just remember the battle the two horses
[Noble Mission and runner-up Al Kazeem] had. The race
produced a fairytale ending."
The ban runs Nov. 1 and 3-8, meaning Doyle would
miss the Breeders= Cup and G1 Melbourne Cup.
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QATAR BLOODSTOCK, AGA KHAN STRIKE DEAL
A deal brokered between Qatar Bloodstock and the
Aga Khan=s Studs will see Saturday=s G1 Queen
Elizabeth II S. winner Charm Spirit (Ire) (Invincible Spirit
{Ire}) and freshman sire Makfi (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}) trade
places in France and the UK over the next two seasons.
Charm Spirit, who retires with three straight Group 1
victories, including the Prix Jean Prat and Prix du
Moulin de Longchamp, will stand his initial season at
Tweenhills Stud in the UK next year before rerouting to
Haras de Bonneval in France for 2016. Makfi, who has
stood at Tweenhills through this year, will stand at
Haras de Bonneval next year.
"We are very excited at the prospect of working with
the Aga Khan Studs," said David Redvers, managing
director of Tweenhills. "Makfi's progeny have already
enjoyed a lot of success in France and we are delighted
that under this new arrangement he will stand in
Normandy and be more accessible to French breeders.
We are committed to standing our best stallions in
France at the Aga Khan Studs, as well as in Britain at
Tweenhills. Next season Makfi will stand at Haras de
Bonneval and in 2016 it will be Charm Spirit's turn."
Georges Rimaud, Manager of the Aga Khan Studs in
France, said, "We are delighted to be entering into a
partnership with Qatar Bloodstock, which will be a
source of great opportunities in the long term and we
are very much looking forward to standing Makfi next
season and Charm Spirit in [email protected]
AROUND THE WORLD
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014
Yesterday=s Results:
4th-WOX, $66,813, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($62,500-60,000),
NW2X, 3yo/up, f/m, 6 1/2f (AWT), 1:15 3/5, ft.
HILLABY (f, 4, Distorted Humor--Sealy Hill {Ch. 3yo
Filly, Ch. Turf Filly/Mare, Horse of the Year-Can, GSW
& MGISP, $1,747,081}, by Point Given), got off the
mark going seven panels here May 17 and made it
back-to-back wins when taking an allowance over the
lawn at this venue in her first turf try June 7. Hillaby
then sold for $500,000 at the Fasig-Tipton July sale
during the Melnyk dispersal. Sixth after a wide journey
in the grassy Avowal S. at Woodbine Sept 20 for her
new connections, she was the heavy chalk at 4-5 to
make amends back over the all-weather Sunday. The
4-year-old settled in second, but had taken over at the
quarter-mile marker. Still in command one off the rail
around the bend as her rivals began to wind up, Hillaby
skipped away down the stretch and proved not for
catching, winning by 4 3/4 lengths over a closing Cabo
Queen (More Than Ready). Sales history: $500,000
HRA >14 FTKJU2. Lifetime Record: 6-3-1-1, $132,773.
Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Stonestreet Stables LLC. B-Eugene Melnyk (ON).
T-Mark E Casse.
Registered Ontario-Bred
3rd-WOX, $72,124, Msw, 2yo, 6f (AWT), 1:10 4/5, ft.
THREE RING CIRCUS (g, 2, Where's the Ring--Yolie, by
Menifee) battled throughout his debut, but finished
second by a head against state-bred company going a
panel shorter at this venue Sept. 28. Supported as the
even-money favorite, the bay was quick out of the
stalls, but was content to sit in second as a keen Trini
Lime (Hard Spun) charged up to take the lead. Hee
moved up the rail to regain the advantage heading into
the turn and kept on to finish 1 1/2 lengths in front of
Ault (English Channel). Lifetime Record: 2-1-1-0,
$55,672. Click for the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O/B-Frank Di Giulio Jr (ON). T-Robert P Tiller.
Registered Ontario-Bred
Condition Codes for Allowance Races
Code
NW.......................
1-6........................
$...........................
R...........................
3M, 6M, 9M,
Y, Y+, L.................
X...........................
Description
Non-Winner of...
Number of Races
Monetary Condition
Distance Condition
Time Period (ex: NW2L = NW 2 races lifetime)
Other-than Condition (ex: NW3X = non-winners
of 3 races other than maiden, claiming, or
statebred)
C...........................
Other Conditions Not Specified
1st-WOX, $42,024, Msw, (S), 2yo, 6f (AWT),
1:10 4/5, ft.
+STILL KRZ (g, 2, Old Forester--Krz Exec {MSW,
$408,718}, by Bold Executive) vied for the early lead
and soon gained command to click off splits of :22.09
and :45.54. The chestnut turned back a bid at the top
of the lane, opened up in the stretch and had enough to
win by a geared-down 1 3/4 lengths as the 9-5
favorite. Chiricahua Signal (Where=s the Ring)
completed the exacta. Still Krz is the first foal out of
multiple stakes-winning dam Krz Exec, who is out of a
3/4-sibling to multiple stakes-winning millionaire Krz
Ruckus (Bold Ruckus). She produced a Philanthropist
filly in 2013. Sales history: C$15,000 yrl '13 ONTSEP.
Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $23,936. Click for the
brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O-Frank Russo & Joseph Depaulo. B-Sylon Stable &
Partner (ON). T-Michael P De Paulo.
Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad
TDN CRITERIA
The races covered in the TDN are as follows:
Stakes - purses of $50,000/up
Allowance Races - purses of $20,000/up
Optional Claiming Races - purses of $20,000/up
Maiden Special Weight Races - purses of $18,000/up
Maiden Claiming Races - purses of $18,000/up and
a minimum claiming price of $40,000
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Yesterday=s Results:
BOWL GAME S., $100,000, BEL, 10-19, 3yo/up,
a1 1/4mT, 2:05 4/5 (NCR), gd.
1--#NORTH SLOPE, 120, g, 4, Elusive Quality--Jinni
(SP, $132,210), by A.P. Indy. O-Darley Stable;
B-Darley (KY); T-Kiaran P McLaughlin; J-Irad Ortiz Jr.
$60,000. Lifetime Record: GSP, 18-4-4-3, $309,707.
2--Slumber (GB), 118, h, 6, Cacique (Ire)--Sound
Asleep, by Woodman. O-Juddmonte Farms Inc.
$20,000.
3--Micromanage, 124, c, 4, Medaglia d'Oro--Catnip, by
Flying Paster. ($170,000 yrl '11 KEESEP). O-Repole
Stable. $10,000.
Margins: NK, HD, 1HF. Odds: 6.20, 1.50, 3.10.
North Slope, runner-up in Saratoga=s GIII Hall of Fame
S. back in August of 2013, ran third going a mile in a
Belmont optional claimer May 23. The bay went one
better over nine furlongs in another optional claimer
behind Ever Rider (Arg) (Rider Stripes {Arg}) at the Spa
Aug. 1 and was third
in similar company
over the lawn there
Aug. 23. He visited
the winner=s circle in
another optional
claimer back over the
Big Sandy sod when
last seen Sept. 19. He
chased the leader in
North Slope (r)
second through the
Coglianese/NYRA
first turn one off the
rail. North Slope rated
patiently down the backstretch until challenging for the
lead with six furlongs to run and reached contention at
the head of the straight. He outbattled the pacesetter
to the line and held the hard-charging favorite safe for a
first black-type badge. AHe=s training up at Greentree
and he loves it up there,@ said Art Magnuson, assistant
to winning trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. AIt=s quiet and he
has his own special open stall. He=s improving, even
[though] the distance was a question mark. I wonder
whether he=ll go to Palm Meadows and get freshened
up; because there=s still some racing at Aqueduct in the
fall, and he loves the cooler [email protected] Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
Trained at Crupi’s New Castle Farm
7th-BEL, $75,000, Msw, 2yo, f, 6f, 1:11 2/5, ft.
+OVERPREPARED f, 2, by Quality Road
1st Dam: Daily Special, by Dayjur
2nd Dam: Nafees, by Raja Baba
3rd Dam: Summer Legend, by Raise a Native
Overprepared, a The $125,000 FTKOCT yearling,
breezed :10 2/5 as a juvenile at OBSMAR and was
snapped up by Mike Repole for $310,000--the third
most expensive of her
sire=s 2-year-olds to sell
this year--from the
consignment of Niall
Brennan. Off at 7-2, she
stalked the pacesetter in
second from her wide
draw through a :22.65
opening quarter. The
bay took over with
authority around the
bend and clocked a
Overprepared
:46.54 half mile. Three
Adam Coglianese
wide into the lane,
Overprepared put her stamp on the proceedings to win
by 3 1/2 lengths under a hand ride. Eloquent Tribute
(Tapit) was second. The final time for the seven
furlongs was 1:11.59. Right Decision (Bernardini) ran
fourth. The 2-year-old is the ninth winner for her
freshman sire (by Elusive Quality). She is a half to
Shadow Cast (Smart Strike), GISW, $923,751. Her
dam, who was purchased by breeder Will Farish for
$60,000 at the 1998 Keeneland November Sale,
produced a colt by Curlin in 2013 and a colt by Quality
Road in 2014. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $45,000. Click
for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO. Click for the free
brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree.
O-Repole Stable. B-William S Farish Jr (KY). T-Todd A
Pletcher.
LANE’S END Bred, Raised & Sold
nbs graduate
Trained at Crupi’s New Castle Farm
60 Broad St.
Suite 100
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New York Report cont.
5th-BEL, $75,000, Msw, 2yo, f, 1 1/16mT, 1:45 3/5,
gd.
ALL IN FUN (f, 2, Tapit--Devils Humor, by Distorted
Humor) was away slowly in her debut going six panels
over the Belmont turf Sept. 5, and finished fourth. The
Shug McGaughey trainee had posted a strong worktab
since, including three bullet works at Fair Hill.
Supported as the 8-5 favorite, All In Fun was away well
rated just behind the leader in second. The chestnut
angled out and bid for the lead on the turn, edged away
down the lane and held off a late run by 20-1 shot
Strict Compliance (Into Mischief) to win by a neck. She
was running without Lasix. Lox (Hard Spun) was ninth.
All In Fun is the first foal out of Winchell homebred
Devils Humor, who is out of GI Ashland and Mother
Goose S. winner Fleet Renee (Seattle Slew). She
produced a colt by Tapit this spring. Sales history:
$200,000 yrl '13 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-0,
$48,750. Click for the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O-Stuart S Janney III. B-Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC
(KY). T-Claude R McGaughey III.
nbs graduate
Yesterday=s Results:
2nd-GPW, $35,200, Msw, 3yo/up, 6f, 1:12 1/5, ft.
BIEDERMEIER (c, 3, Empire Maker--Back Bay Dixie, by
Dixieland Band) rallied for third on debut at Monmouth
Aug. 17. The prohibitive 4-5 favorite rated three wide
in midpack early. The bay improved his position in the
later stages of the backstretch and chased down Bold
Summit (In Summation) in the stretch en route to a
2 3/4-length victory. Sales history: $550,000 yrl '12
KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-1, $24,000. Click for
the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O-Mathis Stable LLC. B-Siena Farms LLC (KY). T-Todd
A Pletcher.
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Saturday Night=s Results:
WEST VIRGINIA BREEDERS' CLASSIC S., $450,000,
CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up, 1 1/8m, 1:53 4/5, ft.
1--RUSSELL ROAD, 122, g, 8, Wheaton--Roberta
Grump, by Verification. O-Mark E Russell; B-Robert H
Lloyd (WV); T-James W Casey; J-Jose Montano.
$225,000. Lifetime Record: 53-28-12-5,
$1,903,234. *1/2 to Sweet Annuity (Oh Say), MSW,
$260,052; Shesanothergrum (Weshaam), MSW,
$218,885; Shesagrumptoo (Luftikus), MSW,
$453,005; and Natures Annuity (Valiant Nature),
MSP, $448,038.
2--Lucy's Bob Boy, 122, g, 5, Flatter--Love for Lucy, by
Not for Love. O-Linda Sours. $99,000.
3--Fred High, 122, g, 6, Crypto Star--Cross Creek
Rosie, by Castine. O-Edward R Krishack. $49,500.
Margins: HF, 1 1/4, HF. Odds: 4.70, 0.50, 9.30.
Between them, Russell Road and Lucy=s Bob Boy had
accounted for 29 black-type races, nearly $2.5 million
in purse money and three of the last five runnings of
this event. Lucy=s Bob Boy had proved superior in their
three most recent head-to-head battles, but the veteran
Russell Road exacted his revenge in this richest event
on Breeders= Classic night. Lucy=s Bob Boy broke in
front from the eight hole, but Russell Road was away
well from stall 10 and the two market rivals locked up
early through an opening half in :47.99 around the
bullring, threatening to turn it into a match race. Russell
Road came under a ride with three furlongs to race and
looked destined for second as they turned for home,
but he kept plugging away and willed himself to the
wire. Fred High, who defeated Russell Road by 3/4 of a
length last year, closed for third. Click for the
brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
WEST VIRGINIA JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK
CAVADA BREEDERS' CLASSIC S., $180,000, CTX,
10-18, (S), 3yo/up, f/m, 7f, 1:26 2/5, ft.
1--DOWN TOWN ALLEN, 122, m, 7, Windsor Castle-Like Down Town, by Roy. O/B/T-John A Casey (WV);
J-Mathew Carroll McGowan. $95,400. Lifetime
Record: 40-24-5-4, $998,787.
2--Dora Dora, 122, f, 4, Doneraile Court--Trellis, by
Baederwood. O-Sandra Smith Rojas. $39,600.
3--Navy Chapel, 122, m, 5, Chapel Royal--A Penny
Saved, by Pentelicus. O-Coleswood Farm Inc & H Neil
Glasser. $19,800.
Margins: 3/4, 2HF, 7. Odds: 0.30, 4.60, 9.40.
No one will confuse Down Town Allen with Wise
Dan, but the 7-year-old had suffered defeat just once in
her last 13 starts and held on late to take this event for
the second time in three years while posting her 13th
straight at Charles Town. Soon in front, Down Town
Allen took a clear lead into the backstretch before Dora
Dora middle-moved into second. The heavy chalk
turned back that bid on the turn and was safely in front
to the wire. Click for the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
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WEST VIRGINIA TRIPLE CROWN NUTRITION
BREEDERS' CLASSIC S., $72,000, CTX, 10-18, (S),
2yo, f, 4 1/2f, :53 3/5, ft.
1--HARLAN'S DESTINY, 118, f, 2, Harlan's Holiday-Mantekilla, by Lemon Drop Kid. ($60,000 RNA yrl '13
KEESEP). O/B-James F Miller (WV); T-Wayne M
Catalano; J-Rafael Manuel Hernandez. $36,000.
Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-1, $70,070.
2--My Sister Caro, 118, f, 2, Bop--Rite of Spring, by
Feel the Power. ($14,000 yrl '13 FTMSEP). O-Kenyon
G Furlong. $15,840.
Graduate of Donna Freyer’s Custom Care Equine LLC
3--Just a Real Cat, 118, f, 2, Fiber Sonde--Be Fuhr Real,
by Langfuhr. O-John D McKee. $7,920.
Margins: 2, 1HF, 1HF. Odds: 0.20, 7.10, 18.90.
Harlan=s Destiny, third after a rough trip over the
Arlington all-weather when unveiled as the 8-5 favorite
Sept. 4, graduated in the restricted Rachel=s Turn S.
over this track and trip in her first attempt shortening
up over traditional dirt at even-money Sept. 20. The
bay fired a best-of-15 bullet traveling four panels in
:48 2/5 at Keeneland in preparation for this appearance
and took all the money at the windows for this third
trip to the post. The juvenile raced in midpack down the
backstretch while several paths off the rail and rallied
three wide around the far turn after the leaders clocked
a testing opening quarter. Harlan=s Destiny hit the front
at the head of the lane and after a brief duel won going
away for her second black-type victory. Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
Yesterday=s Results:
ROOD AND RIDDLE DOWAGER S., $125,000, KEE,
10-19, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/2mT, 2:31 1/5, fm.
1--WHITE ROSE, 121, f, 4, Tapit--Garden Dance (MSP,
$147,894), by El Prado (Ire). ($210,000 wnlg '10
KEENOV; $160,000 yrl '11 KEESEP; $225,000 2yo
>12 KEEAPR). O-Jake Ballis & Rashard Lewis; B-J S
McDonald (KY); T-William I Mott; J-Shaun
Bridgmohan. $75,000. Lifetime Record: 17-5-4-2,
$392,899.
Consigned by de Meric Sales
Hidden Brook purchased for Jake Ballis
Sold by Hill ‘n’ Dale
2--Caroline Thomas, 121, f, 4, Giant's Causeway--Bit of
Whimsy, by Distorted Humor. O-Joyce B Young.
$25,000.
3--Appealing Cat, 121, m, 5, Successful Appeal-Dynamic Cat, by Dynaformer. O-Augustin Stable.
$12,500.
Margins: NO, HF, NK. Odds: 8.30, 3.20, 9.30.
Also Ran: Cat=s Claw, Frivolous, Ann of the Dance,
Inimitable Romanee, Sky High Lady, Charlie Em, Left a
Message, La Malaguena, Topic, I O Ireland, First
Romance. Scratched: Gathering, Maid On a Mission.
Two-turn turf specialist White Rose, fifth in her
seasonal bow over nine panels in an optional claimer at
Gulfstream Feb. 21, improved to third in a Keeneland
allowance when stretched out to 1 1/2 miles Apr. 17.
Sixth as the crowd=s pick in Churchill=s Keertana S. May
17, the gray added an optional claimer at that oval June
15. Despite going off favored in the GIII Modesty H. at
Arlington, the 4-yearold ran into all sorts of
trouble and checked in
13th after running
wide around both
turns July 12. Back to
the winner=s circle in
the Kentucky Downs
Ladies Marathon S.
going 1 5/16 miles
Sept. 24, White Rose
settled near the rear of
White Rose
the field five deep
Coady Photography
down the backstretch
and tucked in one off
the pine through the homestretch the first time. Three
wide into the clubhouse turn, she improved to midfield
with four furlongs remaining as the pace began to
quicken turning for home. Fanned four wide into the
lane, she rallied along the outside and emerged the
narrowest of winners in a five-way blanket finish. AI had
a good trip from the 14 hole,@ commented winning rider
Shaun Bridgmohan. AKenny [McCarthy, assistant to Bill
Mott] and I had spoken about it; we needed to let her
run a little bit early. I ended up having a good trip with
her. She was trying hard the whole way. I never gave
up on her. The more I asked her, the more she dug in
for [email protected] Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
5th-KEE, $58,000, Alw, NW1X, 3yo/up, 6f, 1:10, ft.
TEXAS TWO STEP (c, 3, Distorted Humor--Miss Salsa,
by Unbridled) was successful in his debut at Oaklawn
Park for WinStar Farm and trainer Kellyn Gorder as the
9-5 favorite Feb. 15. Foxhill Farm bought into the colt
and he was transferred to the Chad Brown stable after
that win. Texas Two Step was second in an Aqueduct
optional claimer Apr. 4. Re-emerging here for trainer
Larry Jones and getting blinkers for the first time,
Texas Two Step set a comfortable early pace. The 6-5
favorite remained in charge throughout and opened up
down the lane to win by four lengths. Let=s Go Ben
(Songandaprayer) was second. The winner is a half to
Pacific Ocean (Ghostzapper), MGSW, $245,389. Sales
history: $325,000 yrl '12 KEESEP. Lifetime Record:
3-2-1-0, $81,400. Click for the brisnet.com chart.
VIDEO.
O-WinStar Farm LLC & Fox Hill Farm. B-Fares Farm LLC
(KY). T-J Larry Jones.
XIB
Xavier Int’l Bloodstock private purchase XIB
LANE’S END Sales Graduate
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9th-KEE, $55,924, Msw, 2yo, f, a7f, 1:27, ft.
OCEANWAVE (f, 2, Harlan's Holiday--Tamboz, by Tapit)
finished third in her debut going seven panels at
Churchill Downs Sept. 27. The 2-1 second choice for
this second go, Oceanwave briefly caboosed the field,
but moved up between horses to sit in a stalking
position down the backstretch. The grey picked off
rivals on the turn and tipped out four wide to move
alongside the leaders at the top of the lane. Oceanwave
and favored Lassofthemohicans (Indian Charlie) went
stride-for-stride down the stretch, but Oceanwave
prevailed to win by the minimum margin. Oceanwave is
the first foal out of Tamboz, a full-sister to
GI Breeders= Cup Dirt Mile winner Tapizar (Tapit). She
produced a Tiznow colt in 2013 and an Unbridled=s
Song colt this spring. Sales history: $40,000 yrl '13
KEEJAN; $120,000 yrl '13 KEESEP. Lifetime Record:
2-1-0-1, $37,300. Click for the brisnet.com chart.
VIDEO.
O-Gary & Mary West. B-Popatop LLC (KY). T-Wayne M
Catalano.
Foaled, Raised and Sold by Elm Tree Farm
6th-KEE, $51,418, Msw, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/16mT, 1:46,
fm.
SHIFT COLORS (f, 3, Mizzen Mast--Bellamusic, by Mr.
Greeley) was unsuccessful in four previous starts,
including a last-out seventh at Saratoga Aug. 30. The
5-1 chance sat off the early pace in second down the
backstretch and bid for the lead on the turn. Shift
Colors remained in charge down the lane and held off
Silverville (Badge of Silver) by a half-length. Sales
history: $35,000 wlng '11 KEENOV; $60,000 yrl '12
KEESEP; $130,000 2yo >13 KEEAPR. Lifetime Record:
5-1-1-1, $47,303. Click for the brisnet.com chart.
VIDEO.
O-Elisabeth H Alexander. B-Mr & Mrs Rick Abbott (PA).
T-Charles LoPresti.
XIB Xavier Int’l Bloodstock successful pinhook XIB
Valerio Bloodstock & Management
LANE’S END Sales Graduate
3rd-KEE, $54,230, Msw, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/16mT,
1:45 2/5, fm.
EMPRESS MAKER (f, 3, Empire Maker--Ticker Tape
{GB} {MGISW-US & SP-Eng, $1,179,075}, by Royal
Applause {GB}) finished third in her first two starts
going extended miles over the Presque Isle synthetic
July 30 and Aug. 21, and was runner-up by a halflength trying the Parx turf last time out Sept. 28. Given
a 3-1 chance here, Empress Maker was guided into a
perfect pocket trip along the rail in fourth through the
opening stages. The Regis Racing silkbearer began to
reel in the freewheeling leader after the half, surged
past that foe on the turn, edged away in the stretch
and held sway late to finish two lengths clear of
Lonelily (Ire) (Medaglia d=Oro). Empress Maker, a
$400,000 short yearling at the 2012 Keeneland
January Sale, is the third foal out of millionaire Ticker
Tape (GB) who, amongst her multiple Grade I wins,
annexed the GI Queen Elizabeth II S. at this track in
2004. Ticker Tape sold in foal to Giant=s Causeway to
Katsumi Yoshida for $950,000 at the 2011 Keeneland
November Sale. Sales history: $400,000 yrl '12
KEEJAN; $350,000 RNA yrl '12 KEESEP. Lifetime
Record: 4-1-1-2, $48,200. Click for the brisnet.com
chart. VIDEO.
O-Regis Racing. B-Forging Oaks LLC (KY). T-H Graham
Motion.
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Saturday Night=s Results:
7th-DED, $32,000, Alw, NW2L, 2yo, 5f, :58 4/5, ft.
AMERICAN SAILOR (r, 2, City Zip--Yesshesarocket, by
Yes It's True) was bet hard into 5-2 for his July 19
debut at Del Mar, but tailed off to finish last of nine.
Dismissed therefore at 16-1 for his second go Aug. 16,
he wired the field by a half-length and was exiting a
fourth to Bayerd (Speightstown) in the Sept. 28 Kip
Deville S. at Remington. Part of a four-way battle for
the early lead, the 6-5 second choice took command
entering the turn and bounded clear in the final furlong
to best even-money Gotta Get Paid (Pomeroy) by
5 1/2 lengths. Sales history: $50,000 yrl '13 KEESEP;
$100,000 2yo >14 OBSAPR. Lifetime Record: 4-2-0-0,
$67,750. Click for the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O-Steve Landers. B-Katierich Farms (KY). T-Cody
Autrey.
3rd-DED, $38,000, Msw, (S), 2yo, 5f, 1:00, ft.
KULIK RIVER (c, 2, Kantharos--Liwa's Lake, by
Greenwood Lake) drew the 11 hole for his Sept. 23
debut at Indiana Grand, but never reached serious
contention, finishing double digits behind runaway
winner Risetotheoccasion (Discreet Cat). A generous
7-2 trying restricted company here, Kulik River was
void of early speed, but began picking off rivals in the
center of the track to the turn. Three deep on the bend,
he bid entering the final furlong and edged past Boogie
Miester (Big Top Cat) to score by a length. He becomes
the seventh winner for his freshman sire (by Lion
Heart). Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-0, $23,120. Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Stonestreet Stables LLC. B-HHZ Equine Arrowhead
Farm LLC (LA). T-W Bret Calhoun.
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Yesterday=s Results:
UNIFORMITY S., $93,250, SAX, 10-19, 3yo, a6 1/2fT,
1:11 4/5, fm.
1--RED OUTLAW, 122, g, 3, by Tribal Rule
1st Dam: Anachristina, by Slewpy
2nd Dam: Childhood Memories, by The Minstrel
3rd Dam: All My Memories, by Little Current
($40,000 yrl '12 BESOCT). O-Blinkers On Racing
Stable, Aurelio, Bizovi, Coons, Dizonno, Gaylord, et
al; B-Liberty Road Stables (CA); T-Peter Miller;
J-Edwin A Maldonado. $60,900. Lifetime Record:
6-6-0-0, $346,100. *1/2 to Liberian Freighter
(Bertrando), MGSW, $759,090; Frankelstein
(Bertrando), SW, $257,770.
2--Forever Juanito, 122, g, 3, Badge of Silver--West
Kentucky, by Yankee Victor. ($22,000 yrl '12
KEESEP). O-Juan J Garcia & Manuel Victor. $15,800.
3--Street Icon, 116, g, 3, Street Boss--Legion of Merit,
by Danzig. ($47,000 wlng '11 KEENOV; $70,000 yrl
'12 KEESEP; $85,000 2yo >13 BESMAR). O-JW
Singer LLC. $9,480.
7th-SAX, $57,000, Msw, 2yo, f, 5 1/2f, 1:03 2/5, ft.
WINDY FORECAST (f, 2, Stormy Atlantic--Scapegoat,
by Forty Niner) finished second at first asking as the
2-1 favorite going 6 1/2 furlongs at Del Mar Aug. 10.
She vied for the early lead in the seven-panel GI Del
Mar Debutante S. Aug. 30, but faded to finish a wellbeaten seventh. Cutting back in distance and trying
dirt, Windy Forecast rushed up to set the pace through
a first quarter in 22.06. Never seriously threatened, the
even-money favorite pulled away down the stretch
under virtually no urging to win by 2 1/2 lengths. Suava
Harbor (Rockport Harbor) was second and it was 5 1/4
lengths back to Cadet Roni (Colonel John) in third. The
winner is a half to Brocco Bry (Brocco), SP, $275,755;
Tres Coronas (Chief=s Crown), SW & GSP, $242,684;
and Descapate (Dehere), SW & GSP, $196,105. Sales
history: $72,000 yrl '13 KEESEP; $260,000 2yo >14
OBSAPR. Lifetime Record: 3-1-1-0, $48,850. Click for
the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
O-TNIP LLC. B-McKnight Thoroughbreds LLC (KY).
T-Simon Callaghan.
McElroy Equine 2yo Auction Purchase
CO-BRED, FOALED & RAISED by Brandywine Farm (Jim & Pam Robinson)
Margins: 2HF, HF, 1 3/4. Odds: 0.90, 11.00, 4.00.
Red Outlaw kept his perfect record in tact yesterday
with his sixth straight victory. The Peter Miller trainee
tallied his first victory
against state-bred
company over the
Hollywood synthetic last
June. He returned from a
hiatus to win an optional
claimer against open
company this January at
Golden Gate before trying
Red Outlaw
the turf in Santa Anita=s
Benoit Photo
Baffle S. over this distance
Feb. 16. He returned from
another break to wire Del Mar=s Real Good Deal S.
Aug. 1 before taking the El Cajon S. there Aug. 29. The
speedy Red Outlaw again found himself at the head of
affairs down the backstretch here. The favorite turned
back a pair of challengers on the bend and shook free
down the lane for the decisive victory. AHe always
breaks good,@ said winning jockey Edwin Maldonado. AI
knew we were going fast, but I wanted him to be by
himself so I just let him roll. He definitely ran way
better today that he did last time. There=s no doubt in
my mind he could win the Breeders= Cup [Turf] Sprint.
He=s one of the best horses I=ve ridden [email protected]
APete [Miller] mentioned the [GII] Twilight Derby [Oct.
31] and that might be a good spot,@ said Scott
Sherwood of Blinkers On. AWe want to keep him
[email protected] Click for the brisnet.com chart. VIDEO.
First-crop starters to watch: Monday, October 20
Sire (Sire’s Sire), current farm, 2011 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/
BlackTypeWnrs * Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available)
LOOKIN AT LUCKY (Smart Strike), Ashford Stud, $15K, 100/19/3
2-FL, Msw, 5 1/2f, Westside Tapstress, $32K OBS APR 2yo, 6-1
MAJESTICPERFECTION (Harlan's Holiday), Airdrie Stud, $10K, 79/13/0
7-ZIA, Msw, 5 1/2f, +Perfect Style, $32K KEE SEP yrl, 4-1
First/second-crop starters to watch: Monday, October 20
Sire (Sire’s Sire), current farm, 2010 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/
BlackTypeWnrs * Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available)
ZENSATIONAL (Unbridled's Song), Hill N Dale, $15K, 144/46/2
7-GPW, Msw, 1mT, +Mr. Zenman, $8K OBS OPN 2yo, 4-1
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Monday, Pontefract, post time: 3:05 p.m.
TOTEPOOL EBF STALLIONS SILVER TANKARD S.-Listed, £40,000,
2yo, 8f 4yT
SC PP HORSE
SIRE
JOCKEY
1 7 Carry On Deryck (GB) Halling
Keniry
2 4 My Reward (GB)
Rail Link (GB)
Baker
3 3 Natural Order
Munnings
Tudhope
4 1 Power Play (Ire)
Zebedee (GB)
Levey
5 6 Prince Gagarin (Ire)
Dubawi (Ire)
Kirby
6 8 Sharp Sailor
Henrythenavigator
Harley
7 5 Natural Charm (Ire)
City Zip
G Lee
8 2 Teofilo's Princess (Ire) Teofilo (Ire)
Norton
All carry 129 pounds, Natural Charm & Teofilo's Princess, 124.
TRAINER
Kirk
C Hills
Burke
Hannon
E Dunlop
M Botti
Varian
Brittain
Yesterday=s Results:
CLODOVIL EBF GARNET S.-Listed, i52,500, NAA,
10-19, 3yo/up, f/m, 8fT, 1:39.73, gd/yl.
1--AVENUE GABRIEL (GB), 126, f, 3, Champs Elysees (GB)-Vas y Carla, by Gone West. (14,000gns wlng >11
TATDEC; i5,000 yrl >12 TATIRE). O-Lady O=Reilly;
B-Plantation Stud (GB); T-Paul Deegan; J-Chris Hayes.
i34,125. Lifetime Record: MGSP-Ire, 9-3-0-3,
i115,255.
2--Fastnet Mist (Ire), 126, f, 3, Fastnet Rock (Aus)-Masseera (Ire), by Alzao. O-Clem Murphy, Mrs Anne
Gaffney, Mrs T Gaffney & Michael Kirwan. i10,500.
3--Kanes Pass (Ire), 129, m, 5, Clodovil (Ire)--Pagan
Game (Ire), by Montjeu (Ire). (i2,000 RNA wlng >09
GOFNOV; i800 RNA yrl >10 TATFLT). O-Mrs E
Cosgrove. i5,250.
Margins: 3/4, 3/4, NO. Odds: 5.00, 12.00, 33.00. Click
for the Racing Post result. VIDEO, courtesy
attheraces.com.
An accomplished juvenile, Avenue Gabriel was third
in the G3 Silver Flash S. over seven furlongs at
Leopardstown in July and the G2 Debutante S. at The
Curragh the following month before winning the latter
venue=s Listed Flame of
Tara S. at this trip in
September. Signing off
with a fifth in the G1 Fillies
Mile at Newmarket later
that month, the bay
returned to be third in
Leopardstown=s G3 1000
Guineas Trial S. Mar. 30
Avenue Gabriel
before finishing fourth in
Racing Post
the G1 Irish 1000 Guineas
back at The Curragh May
25. Not seen since finishing seventh in the G1 Pretty
Polly S. trying 10 furlongs for the first time also at that
Kildare track June 29, she was delivered with a surge
from rear down the outside to take command of this
contest with 1 1/2 furlongs remaining and hold Fastnet
Mist safely at bay.
3rd-NAA, i40,000, Hcp, 2yo, 6fT, 1:13.22, gd/yl.
CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN (IRE) (c, 2, Captain Rio {GB}-Indiana Annie {Ire}, by Indian Ridge {Ire}), last seen
finishing a close-up fifth in the Tattersalls Ireland Super
Auction Sale S. over an extended six-furlong trip at The
Curragh Sept. 14, was restrained early to race behind
the leading group in this prestigious ABirdcatcher
[email protected] Moving through to take over approaching the
furlong pole, the 13-2 favorite drew away to record an
authoritative 3 1/2-length success from Cleveland
Street (Ire) (Windsor Knot {Ire}). Sales history: i18,000
yrl >13 TATIRE. Lifetime Record: 4-1-0-0, i33,490.
VIDEO, courtesy attheraces.com.
O-Universal Bloodstock Syndicate; B-Paul Starr (IRE);
T-John Joseph Murphy.
1st-NAA, i14,500, Mdn, 2yo, c/g, 6fT, 1:13.02, gd/yl.
+ENDLESS DRAMA (IRE) (c, 2, Lope de Vega {Ire}-Desert Drama {Ire} {SW & GSP-Fr, $121,775}, by
Green Desert), quickly away from his wide stall, raced
towards the fore throughout the early stages. Traveling
easily approaching the quarter pole, the 6-1 co-favorite
was shaken up to gain the
lead shortly after and drew
away to win with authority
by 5 1/2 lengths from
Cenotaph (War Front).
AHe=s a nice horse and
we=ve always liked him,@
trainer Ger Lyons told Irish
Racing Online. AHe=s as big
a horse as we=ve had come
into the yard and we took
our time with him. He
didn=t make the breeze-ups
Endless Drama
for one reason or another,
Racing Post
but they [the breeders] told
me he was as good as
they=ve had. He=s a very, very smart [email protected] Lyons
noted his charge would now be shelved. AThat=ll be it
for the season,@ the conditioner said. AHe holds an entry
for the [G3] Killavullan, but that wouldn=t be my style to
run them back like that. I had him entered over seven,
but I like starting mine over shorter. Next year we=ll
start him over seven and step up [email protected] Treaty of
Rome (War Front), last year=s $2.5 million KEESEP
topper, was sent into a prominent pitch early but faded
inside the last quarter mile to be ninth. Endless Drama
becomes the 19th winner for his first-season sire (by
Shamardal). Sales history: 45,000gns wnlg >12
TATDEC; i38,000 RNA yrl >13 GOFORB. Lifetime
Record: 1-1-0-0, i10,005. VIDEO, courtesy
attheraces.com.
O-Mrs Annette O=Callaghan. B-Knocktoran Stud &
Bluehorse Breeding Ltd (IRE). T-Ger Lyons.
All horses in the TDN are bred in North America,
unless otherwise indicated
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2nd-NAA, i15,500, Mdn, 2yo, f, 6fT, 1:12.70, gd/yl.
BYZANTIUM (GB) (f, 2, Dutch Art {GB}--Spring Green
{GB}, by Bahamian Bounty {GB}), who was a highly
encouraging third behind The Great War (War Front) on
debut in the Listed Blenheim S. over this trip at The
Curragh Sept. 28, was held on to early just behind the
leaders racing up the center of the track. Moving to the
forefront passing the quarter pole, the ,28,000
DONAUG yearling had to battle to get the better of
Sharaasa (Ire) (Approve {Ire}) on the far side but was in
front where it mattered to prevail by a short head and
reward takers of 9-10. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-1,
i14,475. VIDEO, courtesy attheraces.com.
O-Kilboy Estate. B-Highclere Stud (GB). T-Eddie Lynam.
Yesterday=s Results:
PRIX CASIMIR DELAMARRE-Listed, i55,000, LON,
10-19, 3yo, f, 9fT, 1:55.11, vsf.
1--#FAUFILER (IRE), 126, f, 3, by Galileo (Ire)
1st Dam: Six Perfections (Fr) (Ch. 2yo Filly-Eur,
Hwt. 2yo Filly-Fr, Hwt. 3yo-Fr at 7-9.5f,
MG1SW-Fr, GISW-US, G1SP-Eng & Ire,
$1,911,028), by Celtic Swing (GB)
2nd Dam: Yogya, by Riverman
3rd Dam: Pasadoble, by Prove Out
O/B-Niarchos Family (Ire); T-Pascal Bary; J-Stephane
Pasquier. i27,500. Lifetime Record: 5 starts, 3 wins,
2 places, i66,350. *1/2 to Planet Five (Storm Cat),
GSW-Fr, $149,609.
2--Brioniya (GB), 126, f, 3, Pivotal (GB)--Bahia Breeze
(GB), by Mister Baileys (GB). (80,000gns wlng >11
TATDEC; i150,000 RNA yrl >12 ARQAUG). O-Viktor
Timoshenko, Kostyantyn Zgara & Andriy Milovanov.
i11,000.
3--Graceful Grit (Ire), 126, f, 3, Holy Roman Emperor (Ire)--Liu
(Ire), by Top Ville (Ire). (i50,000 yrl >12 ARQAUG).
O-Qatar Racing Ltd. i8,250.
Margins: 5, 1, HF. Odds: 2.50, 20.00, 42.00.
Also Ran: Water Hole (Ire), No Wind No Rain (GB),
Bereni Ka (Fr), Petits Potins (Ire), Straight Thinking,
Kozideh (Fr), Yonna (Fr), Local Hero (Fr). Scratched:
Laseen (Ire). Click for the Racing Post result. Equidia
VIDEO.
Second on debut over this track and trip May 28,
Faufiler went one better at Compiegne June 18 before
finishing third over a mile at Chantilly July 14. Getting
back to winning ways over that trip at Saint-Cloud last
time Sept. 15, the homebred took another step forward
to register a vital first black-type success here. Settled
towards the rear early by Stephane Pasquier, the bay
quickened to the front passing the quarter pole and
surged clear for a commanding score. AShe has been a
late-maturing filly, but she is coming around now,@
trainer Pascal Bary said. AI think that will be it for the
season, but we want to keep her in training as a [email protected]
1st-LON, i25,000, Mdn, unraced 2yo, f, 9fT, 2:03.52,
vsf.
+VEDOUMA (FR) (f, 2, Dalakhani {Ire}--Vadawina {Ire}
{G1SW-Fr, $267,175}, by Unfuwain) was settled in a
handy fourth for most of this first go. Shaken up to
challenge at the quarter-mile marker, the 27-10 second
favorite quickened to the front soon after and was
pushed out late to comfortably best Eesha (Fr)
(Zamindar), another Aga Khan colorbearer, by three
lengths. The winner is a full-sister to Vadamar (Fr),
GSW-Fr & G1SP-Ity, $346,061. She is from the family
of GI Breeders= Cup Mile winner Val Royal (Fr) (Royal
Academy) and G1 Prix de Diane victress Valyra (GB)
(Azamour {Ire}). Lifetime Record: 1 start, 1 win,
i12,500. Click for Equidia VIDEO. O-H H The Aga
Khan. B-H H The Aga Khan=s Studs SC (Fr). T-Alain de
Royer-Dupre.
2nd-LON, i25,000, Mdn, unraced 2yo, c/g, 9fT,
1:57.30, vsf.
+MIGWAR (IRE) (c, 2, Sea the Stars {Ire}--Katyusha,
by Kingmambo) recovered from a sluggish exit to race
just behind the pace in third after the initial strides of
this debut. Angled off the rail for his bid in early
stretch, the 19-10 chalk seized control approaching the
final eighth and was ridden out to safely hold Pointillism
(GB) (Manduro {Ger}) by a half length. The winner=s
dam is a full-sister to G1 St Leger winner Rule of Law.
Lifetime Record: 1 start, 1 win, i12,500. Click for
Equidia VIDEO.
O-Sheikh Abdullah bin Khalifa Al Thani. B-Viktor
Timoshenko (Ire). T-Freddy Head.
B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N
AMERICA
BLACK-TYPE RESULTS:
WEST VIRGINIA LOTTERY BREEDERS' CLASSIC S.,
$76,500, CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo, 7f, 1:26 4/5, ft.
1--#PRINCE OF WINDSOR, 120, g, 3, Windsor Castle-So Francie, by Running Stag. O-Carisa A Figgins;
B-Ollie L Figgins III & Carisa Figgins (WV); T-Ollie L
Figgins III; J-Travis L Dunkelberger. $38,250.
Lifetime Record: 11-4-4-0, $107,800.
2--Comeonletsplay, 120, g, 3, Luftikus--Ginger Crumb,
by Hansel. O-John A Casey. $16,830.
3--Little Big Sime, 120, g, 3, Admiralty Arch--Simon
Slew, by Native Slew. O-Betty J Stehr. $8,415.
Margins: NK, 1, 2 1/4. Odds: 12.80, 2.70, 3.50.
WEST VIRGINIA THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS
ASSOCIATION ONION JUICE BREEDERS' CLASSIC S.,
$76,500, CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up, 7f, 1:26 2/5, ft.
1--#PERFECT CROSS, 122, g, 4, Medford--Helen's Bid,
by Loustrous Bid. O/T-Carlyne Tapscott; B-Sherwood
Bryant (WV); J-Jose Montano. $38,250. Lifetime
Record: 24-3-5-2, $135,427.
2--In the Fairway, 122, c, 4, Posse--Royal Sweep, by
End Sweep. O-Coleswood Farm Inc. $16,830.
3--Waves and Tides, 122, g, 6, Cape Town--Heater, by
Dixieland Heat. O-Coleswood Farm Inc. $8,415.
Margins: NO, NK, NK. Odds: 39.70, 0.70, 27.30.
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WEST VIRGINIA BREEDERS CLASSIC DISTAFF S.,
$76,500, CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/8m,
1:55 2/5, ft.
1--FLIRTING SONG, 122, f, 4, Fiber Sonde--Witchy
Krissy, by Kris S. O/B/T-John D McKee (WV);
J-Christian Hiraldo. $38,250. Lifetime Record:
22-6-1-4, $179,868.
2--Spa Creek, 122, f, 4, Smoke Glacken--Rutledge
Dancer, by Sky Classic. O-Coleswood Farm Inc &
David Raim. $16,830.
3--Runaway Brae, 122, m, 6, Yarrow Brae--No Time
Left, by Runaway Groom. O-Lela G Hanagan. $8,415.
Margins: HD, NO, 1 1/4. Odds: 3.00, 3.40, 10.50.
MISS AMERICA S., $65,480, GGX, 10-18, 3yo/up,
f/m, 1 1/16mT, 1:43 4/5, fm.
1--LUSCIOUS LONNA, 118, m, 6, Benchmark--Striking
Point, by Thunder Gulch. O-Jon Harris, Bonnie
Marshall & Nicholas E Sloan; B-Nick Alexander (CA);
T-Nicholas E Sloan; J-Pedro M Terrero. $39,750.
Lifetime Record: 21-9-5-3, $271,515.
2--Central Heat, 120, m, 5, Unusual Heat--Miss
Boomtown, by Smart Strike. O-Dave, Delia & William
J Del Debbio & Dana Rocheford. $13,000.
3--Loveintheshadows, 118, m, 6, Freespool--Risk the
Gold, by Touch Gold. O-Chris Carpenter & Donald
Nunes. $7,800.
Margins: 3/4, 4HF, HD. Odds: 9.90, 7.40, 24.60.
WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION OF TOURISM BREEDERS'
CLASSIC S., $76,500, CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo, f, 7f,
1:26, ft.
1--#CAT THATS GREY, 120, f, 3, Fiber Sonde--Red
Cherries Spin, by With Approval. O/B/T-John D
McKee (WV); J-Christian Hiraldo. $39,780. Lifetime
Record: 13-5-3-2, $130,443.
2--Chrome Mine, 120, f, 3, Mineshaft--Carnival
Chrome, by Carnivalay. O-Michael J Miller. $16,830.
3--Final Bow, 120, f, 3, Mutakddim--Captain's
Daughter, by Captain Bodgit. O-Atkins Construction
Group LLC. $8,415.
Margins: NK, 7, HF. Odds: 6.10, 0.60, 27.30.
FIESTA MILE S., $50,000, RET, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up,
f/m, 1mT, 1:36 1/5, fm.
1--#EXPECT ROYALTY, 117, f, 4, Valid Expectations-Autumn Sky, by Skywalker. O/B/T-Leroy James
Pollok (TX); J-Iram Vargas Diego. $30,000.
Lifetime Record: 11-5-3-0, $93,880.
2--Delmersmiracle, 117, f, 4, Special Rate--Docs
Puddin, by Marked Tree. O-Donald G Milligan.
$10,000.
3--I Am Jane Dough, 118, f, 3, My Golden Song-Strawberry Smile, by Strawberry Road (Aus). O-Rose
Mary Chandler. $5,500.
Margins: 1, HD, 4HF. Odds: 0.70, 17.00, 4.30.
VINCENT MOSCARELLI MEMORIAL BREEDERS'
CLASSIC S., $72,000, CTX, 10-18, (S), 2yo, 6 1/2f,
1:19 3/5, ft.
1--HEAR THE CHATTER, 119, g, 2, Mass Media-Stefani's Surprise, by Stephen Got Even. O/B-Kristy
Petty (WV); T-John A Casey; J-Gerald Almodovar.
$36,720. Lifetime Record: 4-3-1-0, $89,240.
2--One More Time, 119, c, 2, Charitable Man--Lets Just
Do It, by Roy. O-Kristy Petty. $15,840.
3--Wrongsidetwntynine, 119, g, 2, Line of David-Canadian Alliance, by Private Terms. ($8,000 yrl '13
FTMSEP). O-Thomas C Weeks & John Frederick May
Sr. $7,920.
Margins: 4 3/4, 3 1/4, 1HF. Odds: 1.40, 1.30, 20.70.
WEST VIRGINIA DASH FOR CASH BREEDERS'
CLASSIC S., $72,000, CTX, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up,
4 1/2f, :51 3/5, ft.
1--#HALTER OFF, 122, g, 4, Windsor Castle--Reluctant
Bride, by Runaway Groom. O-Marsha L Laurendine;
B-James W Casey (WV); T-Busanda C Armstrong;
J-Luis A Batista. $38,160. Lifetime Record: 18-6-3-3,
$147,284.
2--Greenway Court, 122, g, 5, Windsor Castle--Candy
One, by Yankee Victor. O-Taylor Mountain Farm LLC.
$15,840.
3--Mr. Ripken, 122, g, 4, Fiber Sonde--Safe at First, by
Honour and Glory. O-Cynthia E O'Bannon. $7,920.
Margins: NK, 1 3/4, 2HF. Odds: 6.40, 0.50, 3.00.
TEXAS HORSE RACING HALL OF FAME S., $50,000,
RET, 10-18, (S), 3yo/up, 1 1/16mT, 1:41 3/5, fm.
1--#MAGNA BREEZE, 120, g, 4, Magna Graduate-Flashbulb Breeze, by Peruvian. O-William J Butler;
B-Joanne Schapiro (TX); T-Michael J Maker;
J-Ernesto Valdez-Jiminez. $30,000. Lifetime Record:
16-6-5-2, $112,324.
Private Purchase by ALISTAIR RODEN BLOODSTOCK
2--Fly the Red Eye, 119, g, 6, Early Flyer--Rare and
Sixy, by Rare Brick. O-David Moad. $10,000.
3--Special U F O, 117, g, 4, Special Rate--Mysterious
Light, by Mystery Storm. O-Southwestern Racing
LLC. $5,500.
Margins: NK, 1 1/4, 3/4. Odds: 1.40, 7.00, 7.90.
ALLOWANCE RESULTS:
8th-BEL, $80,000, Opt. Clm. ($62,500), NW2$X,
3yo/up, 1mT, 1:37, gd.
MIDDLEBURG (c, 4, Lemon Drop Kid--Rum Charger
{Ire} {GSW-Ire, $105,455}, by Spectrum {Ire}) Lifetime
Record: 11-3-5-2, $187,160. O/B-Mr & Mrs Bertram R
Firestone (VA). T-Christophe Clement. *1/2 to
Winchester (Theatrical {Ire}), MGISW-US & SP-Ire,
$1,582,309.
2nd-WOX, $64,483, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m,
1 1/16m (AWT), 1:46, ft.
SAVE THE PARK (f, 3, Divine Park--Cant Stop the Fire,
by Cozzene) Lifetime Record: 8-2-4-0, $99,616.
O-Brereton C Jones. B-T/C Stable LLC & Divine Park
Syndicate (KY). T-Reade Baker. *$1,200 RNA yrl '12
FTKOCT.
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10th-BEL, $62,000, NW1$X, (S), 3yo/up, f/m,
1 1/16mT, 1:45 4/5, gd.
FUNKY MUNKY FEVER (f, 3, Roaring Fever-Nonrecourse, by Fortunate Prospect) Lifetime Record:
SP, 12-2-2-0, $105,363. O-Funky Munky Stable LLC.
B-Mark E Kerin (NY). T-David G Donk. *$4,000 yrl '12
OBSAUG.
8th-SAX, $59,250, 10-18, Opt. Clm. ($20,000), C, (S),
3yo/up, f/m, 1mT, 1:34 2/5, fm.
CHILADA (f, 3, Good Journey--Thewholeenchilada, by
El Corredor) Lifetime Record: 11-3-1-1, $110,354. O-Ed
Delaney & Jeff Ho. B-E D Delaney (CA). T-Leandro
Mora.
8th-SAX, $59,000, Opt. Clm. ($20,000), NW1$X, (S),
3yo/up, a6 1/2fT, 1:13, fm.
FRENSHAM (c, 3, Square Eddie--Farnham, by Formal
Gold) Lifetime Record: 11-2-1-2, $110,580. O-Reddam
Racing LLC. B-J Paul Reddam (CA). T-Leandro Mora.
7th-KEE, $57,600, NW1X, 3yo/up, 6f, 1:10 2/5, ft.
PROVEN WARRIOR (g, 4, Yes It=s True--Bellicose, by
War Chant) Lifetime Record: 9-2-2-3, $103,500.
O-Ackerman Racing LLC. B-Three Chimneys Farm LLC
& Ackerman Racing LLC (KY). T-Chuck Peery.
*$30,000 yrl '11 KEESEP.
7th-WOX, $43,884, NW2L, (S), 3yo/up, 6 1/2f (AWT),
1:16 3/5, ft.
PROROGUING (g, 3, Silent Name {Jpn}--Executive
Mist, by Bold Executive) Lifetime Record: 11-2-2-0,
$86,064. O-Frank D Di Giulio Jr. B-Paradox Farm Inc
(ON). T-Robert P Tiller. *$11,000 yrl '12 ONTSEP.
2nd-DED, $42,000, 10-18, NW3L, (S), 3yo/up, f/m,
1m, 1:41 1/5, ft.
GLAMORIDE (f, 3, Ide--Driven, by Forestry) Lifetime
Record: MSP, 17-3-5-4, $134,285. O-Horseplayers
Racing Club LLC. B-R L Reineman Stable Inc (LA).
T-Danny Pish. *$5,500 yrl '12 KEESEP.
8th-IND, $36,000, 10-18, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, 1m70y,
1:42 2/5, ft.
I LIKE BEER (g, 4, Pass Rush--Is That Right, by
Cryptoclearance) Lifetime Record: 16-2-6-4, $100,742.
O-Paul H Adkins LLC & Ronald G Brown. B-Rick
Pelphrey (IN). T-Ronald G Brown.
8th-PRX, $35,800, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, 1m, 1:40, ft.
AWESOME DIXIE (g, 3, Dixie Union--Awesome Six, by
Awesome Again) Lifetime Record: 5-2-1-0, $70,480.
O-Arlene's Sun Star Stable. B-Al London (PA). T-Kelly J
Breen.
6th-PEN, $33,300, 10-18, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, 6f,
1:11 2/5, ft.
MOORESTOWN JACKIE (g, 6, Toccet--Moorestown
{SP}, by Allen's Prospect) Lifetime Record: 30-5-1-9,
$138,409. O-Double Bogey Racing. B-Larry Ciletti (PA).
T-John D Conner.
2nd-RPX, $31,650, 10-18, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m, 5fT,
:56 3/5, fm.
DANCINGOVERTHELINE (m, 5, Exclusive Quality-Dance Lightly, by Dance Brightly) Lifetime Record:
29-7-3-4, $74,442. O-End Zone Athletics Inc. B-Juliana
Whittenburg, Gary Ellebracht, William & Eleanor Steele
(FL). T-Karl Broberg.
6th-ZIA, $31,500, NW2L, (S), 3yo/up, 6f, 1:09 3/5, ft.
RIVER CROSSING (g, 3, Banbury Cross--Return to
Flying, by River Flyer) Lifetime Record: 4-2-0-1,
$42,180. O/B-Richard & Connie Snyder (NM). T-Dallas
J Barton. *$6,700 RNA yrl '12 RUIJUL.
4th-GGX, $31,290, Opt. Clm. ($25,000), NW1$X,
3yo/up, f/m, 1m (AWT), 1:37 2/5, ft.
MAGNIFICENT SHIRL (f, 4, Heatseeker {Ire}--Fantastic
Shirl {SW & MGSP, $251,505}, by Fantastic Light)
Lifetime Record: SP, 15-2-5-1, $125,020. O-Green B
Smith Jr. B-Dell Ridge Farm LLC (KY). T-Jerry
Hollendorfer.
Graduate of Donna Freyer’s Custom Care Equine LLC
9th-DED, $36,600, 10-18, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m, 6 1/2f,
1:21 2/5, ft.
WHY WHO (f, 4, Whywhywhy--Monaree, by Maria's
Mon) Lifetime Record: 14-6-2-1, $98,916. O-Thomas L
Holyfield. B-Happy Day Farms Of Acadiana (LA).
T-Keith G Bourgeois. *$9,500 RNA yrl '11 TEXAUG;
$25,000 2yo >12 OBSAPR.
3rd-MED, $30,200, 10-18, Opt. Clm. ($16,000),
NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m, 5fT, :58 1/5, fm.
TRISH'S WISH (f, 4, Smoke Glacken--Naught Naught,
by Beau Genius) Lifetime Record: 26-4-4-4, $124,175.
O/B/T-Henry L Carroll (VA).
7th-ZIA, $36,085, C, 3yo/up, f/m, 6 1/2f, 1:17 3/5, ft.
WARRENS VENEDALUCY (m, 5, Doc Gus--State the
Obvious, by Carson City) Lifetime Record: SW,
32-8-7-3, $198,254. O-Ace Racing Stable. B-Benjamin
C Warren (CA). T-Justin R Evans.
7th-TDN, $29,500, NW2L, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f, 1:13 2/5,
ft.
GYDA DDAWN (f, 3, Indygo Shiner--With Flair {GSW &
GISP, $303,652}, by Broad Brush) Lifetime Record:
4-2-0-0, $38,625. O-Linda Richmond. B-Fair Winds
Farm LLC (OH). T-Lori A Smock. *$1,000 yrl '12
FTKOCT. **Ran without Lasix.
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6th-MNR, $20,000, 10-18, NW2L, 3yo/up, 1m70y,
1:45 2/5, my.
BAD STUDENT (g, 3, Student Council--Vanilla Babe, by
Bianconi) Lifetime Record: 11-2-1-2, $31,274.
O/B-Freddy Lewis Jr (KY). T-Ted W Lucas.
7th-TUP, $20,000, Opt. Clm. ($25,000), NW13MX,
3yo/up, f/m, 1mT, 1:37 3/5, fm.
RICSPRETENTIOUSGAL (m, 5, Kela--Enduring Charm,
by Batonnier) Lifetime Record: SW, 24-7-6-4,
$260,419. O-Charles Garvey. B-Margaux Farm LLC &
Kent Ochs (KY). T-Robertino Diodoro. *$19,000 RNA
yrl '10 KEESEP. **1/2 to My List (Banker=s Gold),
MGSW, $568,804.
ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:
Cartoonist, c, 2, Comic Strip--Ivy Lane (SP), by Devil
on Ice. GGX, 10-18, 6f (AWT), 1:10 2/5. B-Dr & Mrs
William Gray (CA).
Stalk the Wildcat, c, 2, Ministers Wild Cat--Silent Stalk,
by Petionville. GGX, 10-18, 6f (AWT), 1:10.
B-Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC (CA).
G's Cabo Tryst, f, 2, Mr. Trieste--Cabo Sunrise, by
Elusive Quality. RPX, 10-18, (S), 6f, 1:12 1/5.
B-James E Helzer (OK). *$8,000 yrl '13 TEXAUG.
Capar Girl, f, 2, Munnings--Bumble Bee Mama, by
Notebook. PRX, 10-19, 1m, 1:41 1/5. B-Lindsay
Scott & Jane MacElree (PA). *$25,000 yrl '13
KEESEP. **14th winner for freshman sire (by
Speightstown).
Ed Price / Mohns Hill Farm, LLC yearling purchase
+Ferrero, g, 2, Old Topper--Senority, by Jolie's Halo.
SAX, 10-18, (S), (C), 5 1/2f, 1:05 2/5. B-Al Munari
(CA). *Full to Tail Spin Topper, SP, $170,692.
U S Navy, c, 2, Tizdejavu--Ocean Ridge (GSW-Fr &
MG1SP-Eng, $217,850), by Storm Bird. TDN, 10-19,
6f, 1:14. B-Alan & Amanda Bassett & Carl & Cynthia
Brewer (KY). *$19,000 RNA 2yo >14 FTMMAY.
**5th winner for freshman sire (by Tiznow).
Piccolo Flats, f, 3, A. P. Warrior--Gold Muff, by Touch
Gold. BEL, 10-19, (S), 1m, 1:39. B-Dr Frank Ariosta
(NY). *$24,000 wnlg '11 KEENOV; $49,000 RNA yrl
'12 FTNAUG.
Double Whammy, c, 3, Arch--Falling Springs, by Mr.
Prospector. BEL, 10-19, (C), a1 1/16mT, 1:46.
B-Peachtree Farm (KY). *$125,000 yrl '12 KEESEP;
$535,000 2yo >13 KEEAPR. **1/2 to Easy Gallop
(Forest Wildcat), SP, $161,083.
Demonica, f, 3, First Defence--Storm Hearted, by Lion
Hearted. SAX, 10-19, (S), 1mT, 1:34 2/5. B-Lee &
Susan Searing (CA). *1/2 to Wake Up Nick (Cindago),
MSW, $308,784.
Naturally Smooth, f, 3, Milwaukee Brew--Starship
Cruiser (SP, $191,602), by Golden Missile. WOX,
10-19, (S), 1 1/16m (AWT), 1:46 1/5. B-Adena
Springs (ON).
Scatidash, g, 3, Scat Daddy--Ponita, by Even the
Score. IND, 10-18, (S), 1m, 1:40 4/5. B-Carolyn
Shawn Murphy (IN).
Dance Tap, f, 3, Tapit--Game Show, by Deputy
Minister. GPW, 10-19, 1 1/16mT, 1:44 1/5. B-SF
Bloodstock LLC (KY). *$300,000 yrl '12 KEESEP.
SELECT SALES Graduate...Exceeding Expectations
Wise Son, g, 3, Wiseman's Ferry--Frozen Dinner (SW,
$105,143), by Formal Dinner. PRX, 10-19, (S), 1m,
1:39. B-Dr D W Frazier (PA). *$55,000 2yo >13
OBSAPR. **1/2 to Sneak a Cold Treat (Snuck In),
MSW, $406,725.
Yesimdreaming, f, 3, Woke Up Dreamin--El Yeah, by El
Amante. DED, 10-18, 7f, 1:27 2/5. B-Tobin H
Grigsby & Stewart Madison (LA).
B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N
EUROPE
HANDICAP RESULT:
7th-NAA, i50,000, 10-19, 3yo/up, 12fT, 2:35 3/5,
gd/yl.
ROCKY BLEIER (GB) (g, 4, Rock of Gibraltar {Ire}--Partly
Sunny {GB}, by Alhaarth {Ire}) Lifetime Record: 6-3-01, i44,443. O-Timothy J Rooney. B-G Strawbridge &
London Thoroughbred Services. T-W T Farrell.
*25,000gns wnlg >10 TATDEC.
ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:
Augura (Fr), f, 2, Big Bad Bob (Ire)--Amazon Queen
(Ire), by Cape Cross (Ire). CAV, 10-18, 8fT, 1:40.62.
B-Haras de Beauvoir (Fr). *i16,000 yrl >13 ARQAUG.
City Star (Fr), f, 2, Goodricke (GB)--City of Light (Fr), by
Kingsalsa. LAR, 10-18, 5 1/2fT, 1:03.20. B-Mme
Claudia Knieriem & Mme Andrea Woske (Fr).
Stafettino (Ger), g, 2, It=s Gino (Ger)--Statuni (Ger), by
Platini (Ger). LPZ, 10-18, 8fT, 1:43.60. B-Werner
Klein (Ger).
Commodore (Ire), c, 2, Kodiac (GB)--Deportment (GB),
by Barathea (Ire). BTH, 10-19, 5f 11yT, 1:04.
B-Ringfort Stud (IRE). *30,000gns wlng >12 TATDEC;
40,000gns yrl >13 TATDEC; 62,000gns yrl >13
TATOCT; 50,000gns 2yo >14 TATAPR.
+Winterrose (Ger), f, 2, Tiger Hill (Ire)--Winterkonigin
(Ger), by Sternkonig (Ire). LAR, 10-18, 8fT, 1:55.50.
B-Gestut Rottgen (Ger).
Norse Light (GB), g, 3, Norse Dancer (Ire)--Dimelight
(GB), by Fantastic Light. BTH, 10-19, 11f 144yT,
2:33 3/5. B-Littleton Stud (GB).
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