LEA VS. STRONG FIELD IN DONN REPEAT TRY FUTURITY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2015
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LEA VS. STRONG FIELD IN DONN REPEAT TRY
TITANS CLASH IN SAN ANTONIO
Adele Dilschneider and Claiborne Farm=s Lea (First
Samurai) faces nine formidable rivals as he bids to go
back-to-back in Gulfstream=s GI Donn H., which will be
part of a Fox Sports 1 broadcast of The Jockey Club
Tour along with the
GI Gulfstream Park Turf
H., GII San Antonio
Invitational S. and GII San
Marcos S. from 5:30 7:30 p.m. EST.
Transferred from Al Stall,
Jr. to Bill Mott for a 2014
campaign, Lea annexed
this venue=s one-mile
GIII Hal=s Hope S. last
January before setting a
Lea
new track record
A Coglianese
(1:46.86) in front-running
fashion when besting
champion Will Take Charge (Unbridled=s Song) by 1 1/2
lengths in last year=s Donn. Setbacks kept the chestnut
in the barn for the rest of the season, but he reemerged
for the Hal=s Hope Jan. 10 and showed a different
dimension to close from last. Prayer for Relief (Jump
Start) was third that day. Leading conditioner Todd
Pletcher has three chances to win a record third Donn-he scored in 2010 with Quality Road (Elusive Quality)
and two years ago with Graydar (Unbridled=s Song).
Horse of the Year California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit)
squares off against fellow superstar Shared Belief
(Candy Ride {Arg}) in a
most-intriguing renewal
of Santa Anita=s GII San
Antonio Invitational S.,
which will be part of The
Jockey Club Tour
broadcast on Fox Sports
1 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
EST. This will be the first
start for Perry Martin and
Steve Coburn=s California
Chrome since being
California Chrome
named champion 3-yearBenoit Photo
old and Horse of the Year
at last month=s Eclipse Awards. The GI Kentucky Derby
and GI Preakness S. hero=s three highest Beyer Speed
Figures were earned at this venue in March=s GII San
Felipe S., April=s GI Santa Anita Derby and when a close
third behind Bayern (Offlee Wild) and Toast of New
York (Thewayyouare) in the GI Breeders= Cup Classic
Nov. 1. The chestnut solidified year-end honors with a
two-length score in Del Mar=s grassy GI Hollywood
Derby Nov. 29. Jungle Racing, KMN Racing
Hollendorfer, Todaro, Litt and Solis II=s 2013 champion
juvenile Shared Belief had an arguably Eclipse-worthy
season of his own, but finished third in the voting for
champion 3-year-old behind >Chrome= and Bayern.
Cont. p3
FUTURITY REMATCH IN LEWIS
Unbeaten Dortmund (Big Brown) kicks off his
sophomore campaign against five rivals--including a
very familiar face--in today=s GIII Robert B. Lewis S. at
Santa Anita. A runaway
debut winner at Santa
Anita a day after the
Breeders= Cup, the
chestnut earned J “TDN
Rising Star” J honors
with a jaw-dropping
optional claiming win
going a one-turn mile on
Churchill=s Nov. 29 Stars
Dortmund (outside) & Firing Line of Tomorrow II card,
(middle) Benoit Photo
earning himself 9-1
favoritism in the first
round of GI Kentucky Derby Future Wagers. The
Kaleem Shah colorbearer was along in time to post a
thrilling head tally over Firing Line (Line of David) as the
3-5 favorite while making his two-turn bow in the GI
Los Alamitos Futurity last time Dec. 20. Dortmund has
posted five workouts at Santa Anita since, including a
six-furlong bullet in 1:12 1/5 (1/28) Jan. 14 and a fourfurlong move in :47 3/5 (3/28) Feb. 3. Cont. p6
Cont. p5
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at Aqueduct. “We're blessed to have a sound horse
that's been doing very well with the workload he's
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El Kabeir
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Saturday, Gulfstream Park, post time: 5:58 p.m. EDT
DONN H.-GI, $500,000, 4yo/up, 1 1/8m
HORSE
OWNER
BREEDER
Constitution
Twin Creeks Racing Stables LLC & WinStar Farm Grapestock LLC & Fox Hill Farms-KY
(c, 4, Tapit--Baffled, by Distorted Humor)
Commissioner
WinStar Farm LLC
WinStar Farm LLC-KY
(c, 4, A.P. Indy--Flaming Heart, by Touch Gold)
East Hall
H Jack Hendricks & Roger Justice
Mary K Haire-FL
(g, 4, Graeme Hall--East Long Lake, by Sultry Song)
Lea
Adele B Dilschneider & Claiborne Farm
Claiborne Farm & Adele B Dilschneider-KY
(h, 6, First Samurai--Greenery, by Galileo {Ire})
Elnaawi K
Shadwell Stable
Sienna Farms LLC-KY
(h, 5, Street Sense--Pilfer, by Deputy Minister)
Catholic Cowboy K
Mossarosa
Luis de Hechavarria-FL
(g, 5, Heatseeker {Ire}--Kombat Lake, by Meadowlake)
Sloane Avenue K
Mrs Susan Roy
Claiborne Farm & Adele B Dilschneider-KY
(c, 4, Candy Ride {Arg}--Apt, by A.P. Indy)
Protonico
Sumaya US Stables
International Equities Holding Inc-KY
(c, 4, Giant’s Causeway--Alpha Spirit, by A.P. Indy)
Blue Tone K
Beverly Engelberg & Schroeder Farms LLC
Far View Stables-KY
(g, 6, Birdstone--Princess Cart, by Cartwright)
Prayer for Relief K
Zayat Stables LLC
G R Aschinger-KY
(h, 7, Jump Start--Sparklin Lil, by Mr. Sparkles)
TRAINER/JOCKEY
Pletcher
Castellano
Pletcher
Velazquez
Kaplan
Saez
Mott
Rosario
McLaughlin
Leparoux
Zito
Lopez
Noseda
Lezcano
Pletcher
Bravo
Hess Jr
Lanerie
Romans
Zayas
ML
7-2
4-1
15-1
9-5
15-1
20-1
15-1
6-1
15-1
12-1
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FEATURE PRESENTATION • GI DONN H.
Sumaya US Stables=s lightly raced Protonico (Giant=s
Causeway) annexed the GIII Smarty Jones S. at Parx
Sept. 1, but was seventh behind Bayern (Offlee Wild) in
the GII Pennsylvania Derby 19 days later. He bounced
back to take Aqueduct=s GIII Discovery H. in the slop
Nov. 1, and finished a close second to next-out GII San
Pasqual S. winner and today=s San Antonio contender
Hoppertunity (Any Given
Saturday) in Churchill=s GI
Clark H. Nov. 28.
Stablemate Constitution
(Tapit) finished one spot
behind Protonico in the
Clark, and boasts strong
local form. He earned the
J “TDN Rising Star”
J distinction for a debut
score going seven
furlongs here last
January, and took a salty
Constitution
Adam Coglianese
optional claimer that
included eventual Classic
winner Tonalist (Tapit) and subsequent GI Wood
Memorial S. winner Wicked Strong (Hard Spun) Feb.
22. The Twin Creeks Racing Stables and WinStar Farm
colorbearer emerged as a major GI Kentucky Derby
threat with a neck success over Wildcat Red (D=wildcat)
in the track-and-trip GI Florida Derby in March, but was
forced to miss the Triple Crown races after suffering a
hairline fracture of his cannon bone. Fourth with some
trouble in his return at Big Sandy Oct, 12, he stepped
forward markedly in the Clark and could find himself
well placed early here after breaking from the rail.
WinStar=s Commisioner (A.P. Indy) rounds out the
Pletcher troika. Second to Tonalist in the GII Peter Pan
S. in May, he filled the same slot--and came up a head
short of posting the 28-1 upset--in the GI Belmont S.
the following month. The homebred did well to finish a
close third here Jan. 10 after dueling on the front end,
and has every right to step forward. Mrs. Susan Roy=s
Sloane Avenue (Candy Ride {Arg}) is an intriguing
invader with plenty of upside. A nine-length debut
winner going a mile over the Lingfield Polytrack last
February, the Jeremy Noseda pupil bounced back from
an off-the-board stakes try on the Newmarket grass in
May to take a Kempton handicap on the all-weather in
August. He could only manage an eighth-place run in
Belmont=s GIII Hill Prince S. going nine furlongs on soft
grass Oct. 4, and once again returned to winning ways
back on the synthetic in Kempton=s Hyde S. Nov. 19.
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San Antonio cont.
Donn Preview cont.
AHe trains on [the dirt] good,@ Noseda said. AI brought
two horses out here for Paul [Roy] that had dirt
pedigrees, and they both won. [Sloane Avenue] is the
third one I=ve brought over for him. So I hope it=s thirdtime [email protected] Noseda
also saddled
Awesome Act
(Awesome Again)
to a victory in the
2010 GIII Gotham
S. and Wilko
(Awesome Again)
to a score in the
2004 GI Breeders=
Cup Juvenile for
the Roys. AWe
were looking to go
to Dubai with him
to run in the
Maktoum
Sloane Avenue & Noseda
Challenge,
Gulfstream Photo
because we were
very keen to give
him a run on the dirt, because he has a real dirt
pedigree,@ Noseda noted of Sloane Avenue. AThen I had
a talk with Paul Roy, and he said, >Would there be
anything we could go for in America?= So I had to look
around. I looked at the [GI] Malibu at Santa Anita, and
honestly, in Santa Anita, if you go to California, you=re
going to take on possibly the best dirt horses at the
moment--Shared Belief (Candy Ride {Arg}), Bayern and
California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit)--so I looked here and
saw this race. So [Roy] and I had a chat, and we
decided, >Let=s be brave and go for it.= So here we [email protected]
He romped in the GII Los Alamitos Derby in July,
bested Toast of New York (Thewayyouare) and older
horses in Del Mar=s GI Pacific Classic S. Aug. 24, and
solidified himself as the GI Breeders= Cup Classic
favorite after
overcoming some
race riding in the
track-and-trip GI
Awesome Again S.
Sept. 27. The
Jerry Hollendorfer
pupil wasn=t as
lucky in the
Classic, as Bayern
came over on him
at the start,
Shared Belief & Jim Rome
dashing his hopes
Horsephotos
and forcing him to
settle for a valiant fourth, all things considered. The
dark bay made a last-second push for the Eclipse with a
narrow win in the GI Malibu S. Dec. 26 that was
flattered when runner-up Conquest Two Step (Two
Step Salsa) returned to annex last Saturday=s GII Palos
Verdes S. AShared Belief is as classy as classy comes,@
said Hall of Famer Mike Smith. AShared Belief is not a
big horse that you=re going to sit back on and go like
Zenyatta (Street Cry {Ire}), who was imposing just to
look at. He=s not really that, but he=s extremely athletic
and really, really well-balanced. He=s doing well. He
looks [email protected] Smith added, AConquest Two Step is the
one who was 70-1 when I beat him with Shared Belief
in the Malibu, and everyone said, >Who did Shared
Belief beat?= Well, you saw who he beat. The horse
came back and demolished them in the Palos [email protected]
Pegram, Watson and Weitman=s Hoppertunity (Any
Given Saturday) is the race=s third-most-likely winner.
Last term=s GII Rebel S. hero was a distant second in
the Santa Anita Derby, and was many people=s
Kentucky Derby pick before being scratched from the
race two days prior due to a foot injury. He resurfaced
to be second in a seven-panel optional claimer here Oct.
29 before getting his Grade I win under the Twin Spires
in the Nov. 28 Clark H. Cont. p6
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San Antonio cont.
Robert Lewis cont.
The bay enters off another victory in the GII San
Pasqual S. Jan. 10, but must overcome a rail draw. AI
live in the one hole,@ quipped Hall of Fame trainer Bob
Baffert, who seems to have a penchant for drawing
poorly in big spots. AI don=t know. I=m going to have to
start going to the draw. I=ve always said, >There are two
things you need to get rid of in racing: the one hole and
the last race.= I=d rather have been on the outside and
[email protected]
Firing Line makes his first start since that thriller at
Los Al as well. Owned by Arnold Zetcher, the Nov. 30
Del Mar maiden winner was also making his route debut
that day. He stayed on gamely after dueling through
testing early fractions of :21 4/5 and :45 1/5 and also
exchanged bumps with third-place finisher Mr. Z
(Malibu Moon) in the stretch. Hall of Famer Gary
Stevens rides for the first time here. AHe ran very well,@
trainer Simon Callaghan said. AHe got bumped quite a
bit down the lane, but he=s doing well and we=re looking
forward to the [email protected] Rock Shandy (Lemon Drop Kid)
proved he belonged with these with a clear-cut second
behind the ultra-impressive Calculator (In Summation) in
the GIII Sham S. Jan. 10. He made his three prior starts
on grass, including a third-place finish in the GIII Cecil
B. DeMille S. at Del Mar Nov. 30. Peter Miller trains for
Donegal Racing.
Saturday, Santa Anita Park, post time: 7:00 p.m. EST
SAN ANTONIO INVITATIONAL S.-GII, $500,000, 4yo/up, 1 1/8m
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HORSE
Hoppertunity K
Tonito M. K
You Know I Know
Imperative K
Shared Belief
Clubhouse Ride
Bronzo (Chi)
California Chrome
Alfa Bird K
SIRE
Any Given Saturday
Rock Hard Ten
Simon Pure
Bernardini
Candy Ride (Arg)
Candy Ride (Arg)
Fusaichi Pegasus
Lucky Pulpit
Birdstone
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JOCKEY
Garcia
Bejarano
Van Dyke
Prat
Smith
Gryder
Stevens
Espinoza
Baze
TRAINER ML
Baffert
4-1
Hllndrfer 15-1
Sadler
30-1
Ppaprdrmu 20-1
Hllendrfer 7-5
Lewis
30-1
Drysdale 20-1
Sherman
6-5
Garcia
30-1
Saturday, Santa Anita Park, post time: 5:30 p.m. EST
ROBERT B. LEWIS S.-GIII, $150,000, 3yo, 1 1/16m
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HORSE
Tizcano K
Rock Shandy K
Sebastian's Heart K
Hero Ten All
Firing Line K
Dortmund K
SIRE
Tiznow
Lemon Drop Kid
Broken Vow
Rock Hard Ten
Line of David
Big Brown
JOCKEY
Pedroza
Espinoza
Delgadillo
Baze
Stevens
Garcia
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TRAINER
Miller
Miller
Ppaprdromu
Mullins
Callaghan
Baffert
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15-1
6-1
30-1
10-1
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WILL AL SHAQAB=S >WISH= BE GRANTED?
Sheikh Joaan Al Thani=s powerful Al Shaqab Racing
looks to get its first North American win at the highest
level this afternoon with 5-year-old Mshawish (Medaglia
d=Oro) in the GI Gulfstream Park Turf H. A winner of
last February=s G2
Zabeel Mile at
Meydan for Mikel
Delzangles, the dark
bay had an awful
trip when sixth in
his Stateside debut
in Monmouth=s GIII
Oceanport S. July
27, and was
disqualified from
first to third in a
Mshawish
Saratoga optional
Leslie Martin
claimer a month
later. Third in Belmont=s GIII Knickerbocker S. Oct. 11,
he broke through with a victory in this venue=s 7 1/2panel El Prado S. Dec. 13 before adding the GII Fort
Lauderdale S. by a neck over Grand Tito (Candy Ride
{Arg}) Jan. 10. Msawish drew the rail, but that may
play to his advantage. AHe needs to be covered up.
We=ve known that all along, but sometimes it=s easier to
do than others,@ trainer Todd Pletcher said. AHe=s
starting to fulfill the promise that we thought he had.
He=s a very talented [email protected] Crossed Sabres Farm=s
Lochte (Medaglia d=Oro) was dismissed at 39-1 in this
race last year, but slipped up the rail and scooted away
to blow up the tote over Imagining (Giant=s Causeway).
Second in Santa Anita=s GI Frank E. Kilroe Mile in March
and third behind Wise Dan (Wiseman=s Ferry) in the GI
Maker=s 46 Mile at Keeneland in April, his form tailed
off a bit in subsequent tries before he annexed
September=s The Vid S. After suffering three more
losses--including a fifth in the Ft. Lauderdale--Lochte
bounced back with a head success in the GIII Tampa
Bay S. two weeks ago. AI ran him over there just for a
prep for this race,@ trainer Marcus Vitali said. AIt was all
based on how he came out of the race. He came out of
it phenomenal. I gave him a few days off after he ran,
and when he came back off the race his exercise girl
told me he=s hair, teeth and eyeballs. We=re going to try
to defend our [email protected]
Imagining annexed the GI Man O= War S. last May in
his first start after the Gulfstream Park Turf before
finish sixth in the GI Manhattan S. in June. He finished
second--beaten just a head--third, and seventh behind
eventual dual
champion Main
Sequence
(Aldebaran) in
the Aug. 17 GI
Sword Dancer
Invitational S.,
Sept. 27 GI Joe
Hirsch Turf
Classic S. and
Nov. 1 GI
Breeders= Cup
Turf,
respectively.
Imagining & McGaughey
AHe=s doing
NYRA/Coglianese
good. We gave
him a little
freshener and he=s been doing really, really well,@ Hall of
Famer Shug McGaughey, who won this race with
fellow Phipps homebred Point of Entry (Dynaformer)
two years ago, said. AWe ran really well at Saratoga [in
the Sword Dancer] and just got beat. Maybe he went a
little quick the first part of it, but I=m sure there will be
some horses in here that will be pretty [email protected]
Saturday, Gulfstream Park, post time: 5:28 p.m. EST
GULFSTREAM PARK TURF H.-GI, $300,000, 4yo/up, 1 1/8mT
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HORSE
Mshawish K
Amen Kitten
Imagining
Grand Tito K
Manchurian High
War Correspondent
Slumber (GB) K
Lochte
Golden Rifle
SIRE
Medaglia d'Oro
Kitten's Joy
Giant's Causeway
Candy Ride (Arg)
The Daddy
War Front
Cacique (Ire)
Medaglia d'Oro
Ghostzapper
JOCKEY
Castellano
Hernandez
Rosario
Lezcano
Saez
Bravo
Velazquez
Lopez
Zayas
TRAINER
Pletcher
Ward
McGughy
Delgado
Kurtinecz
Clement
Brown
Vitali
Wolfson
Look for the K throughout the TDN graded stakes
entries, denoting Keeneland sales graduates.
ML
7-2
10-1
3-1
15-1
12-1
8-1
4-1
5-1
15-1
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EL KABEIR HEADLINES WITHERS
Zayat Stables= streaking J “TDN Rising Star” J
El Kabeir (Scat Daddy) shoots for his third straight tally
against six maiden winners in today=s GIII Withers S. at
Aqueduct. The gray--a well-beaten second behind
unbeaten Blofeld (Quality Road) over a muddy going in
the GII Nashua S. Nov. 2-held on to secure a
narrow victory in the GII
Kentucky Jockey Club S.
at Churchill Nov. 29. El
Kabeir turned in a
powerful performance to
annex the GIII Jerome S.
by 4 3/4 lengths over this
El Kabeir
course last time Jan. 3.
NYRA/Coglianese
"We're just going off how
he's responding," trainer
John Terranova II said. "If he doesn't run well or
doesn't come out of a race well, we'd space out his
races, but we're taking it one race at a time. We're
blessed to have a sound horse that's been doing very
well with the workload he's taken on." Classy Class
(Discreetly Mine), a smart debut winner with an 88
Beyer Speed Figure going 6 1/2 furlongs at Belmont
Oct. 25, could be a popular alternative. Ambitiously
spotted for his second start with a very wide draw in
the nine-furlong GII Remsen S. Nov. 29, the Cheyenne
Stables colorbearer pressed eventual winner Leave the
Light On (Horse Greeley) from his outside and tired in
the stretch to finish a well-beaten fourth. "We
absolutely think he wants two turns," Kiaran
McLaughlin's assistant trainer Arthur Magnuson said.
"[The Remsen] was only his second start; we went
from 6 1/2 furlongs to 1 1/8 miles--that's a lot to ask-and he ran very well. We were very pleased with his
race. He's [still eligible for a non-winners of one], but
he can run with this kind." A pair of sons of Blame
head into the deep end following maiden victories.
March (Blame), a half-brother to GIII Bay Shore S.
winner Eightyfiveinafifty (Forest Camp), followed a
debut second behind subsequent Fred Cappy Capossela
S. third Ship Disturber (Sky Mesa) Nov. 29 with a
narrow win as the 4-5 chalk over next-out graduate
Dontbetwithbruno (Tiz Wonderful) in his two-turn debut
here Jan. 11. Far From Over (Blame), meanwhile, never
said die in a game performance to don cap and gown
going a mile and 70 yards at the Big A Dec. 12. The
$550,000 KEESEP yearling purchase has been working
smartly at Todd Pletcher=s Palm Beach Downs base
since.
Saturday, Aqueduct, post time: 4:13 p.m. EST
WITHERS S.-GIII, $250,000, 3yo, 1 1/16m
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HORSE
Classy Class K
Far From Over K
March K
Tencendur
Unrivaled K
General Bellamy
El Kabeir
SIRE
Discreetly Mine
Blame
Blame
Warrior's Reward
Super Saver
Bellamy Road
Scat Daddy
JOCKEY
Ortiz Jr
Franco
Ortiz
Velasquez
Pennington
Alvarado
Lopez
TRAINER
ML
McLaghln
2-1
Pletcher
5-1
Brown
6-1
Weaver
12-1
Montoya
20-1
Mott
15-1
Terranova 8-5
Girolamo: 93 two-year-olds running for him in 2015.
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Sire line of the day:
Bernardini, Malibu Moon
and champion sire Tapit.
First three dams are all
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five G1 sires, including Malibu Moon,
Pulpit, Mineshaft, Congrats and Flatter.
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sprinter. Has 93
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in 2015.
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in 2014 and sire of G1 horses
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Graded stakes sire.
Sire of five
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Australia and
New Zealand.
G1 sire.
This year’s Las Virgenes
heroine is the latest of a
remarkable 10 G1 winners
and 26 Graded winners under
Girolamo’s first three dams.
Outstanding sire in South
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A major sire with 16
G1 winners, including
Hall of Fame fillies
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GIII Withers S. - El Kabeir is a very deserving favorite
and will be awfully tough to beat with a repeat
performance of his last two efforts, but there is still
room for some of the others to make an impact with a
leap forward here. The well-bred Far From Over
certainly fits the bill with an ultra-game debut win at a
somewhat surprising 5-1 (considering his connections)
going two turns over the inner Dec. 12. Campaigned by
the same tandem as 2012 GI CashCall Futurity winner
Violence, the $550,000 KEESEP yearling purchase has
been working smartly since shipping to Pletcher's Palm
Beach Downs base, including a bullet five furlongs in
1:01 (1/9) Jan. 25. Far From Over, produced by a
graded stakes placed daughter of GI Go For Wand H.
heroine Aldiza (Storm Cat), has every right to move
forward in his second attempt at what has to be a fair
number. Not thrilled about losing Irad to the rail horse,
but Franco has been riding in good form at the Big A
this winter as well. Selection: #2 Far From Over (5-1).
GIII Robert B. Lewis S. - Donegal Racing's Rock Shandy
still has plenty of work to do before being tabbed as
the next Dullahan (third >12 Derby) or Paddy O'Prado
(third >10 Derby), but he looked like he may be on his
way after a very solid runner-up effort behind
stablemate Calculator (he was 4 1/4 lengths clear of
the third-place finisher that day) while making his dirt
debut in the GIII Sham S. Produced by a half-sister to
Brahms and La Reina (his second dam is champion
Queena), Rock Shandy has a nice foundation of grass
races, including a useful third in Del Mar's GIII Cecil B.
DeMille S. Nov. 30. The bay continues to improve with
each effort (49, 71, 75 & 90 Beyers), is tactical enough
to secure a good position, and may have an edge in
terms of fitness over the comebacking GI Los Alamitos
Futurity one-two Dortmund and Firing Line.
Selection: #2 Rock Shandy (6-1).
GIII Withers S. - Let=s be honest, El Kabeir should really
win this race. He lays over this field on paper and may
have a pace edge, but I=ll be stubborn and take a shot
against him. Far From Over intrigues me partly because
of how ordinary his debut was. Dismissed at 5-1 for his
local one-mile seventy-yard bow Dec. 12 despite being
a Todd Pletcher firster who brought $550,000 at
Keeneland September, the bay took over pacesetting
duties down the backside and dueled into upper
stretch, but looked certain to be swallowed late.
Headed by the favorite, Far From Over dug deep to
claw back the victory by a nose and gallop out in front.
Third finisher Tencendur came back to win and will also
contest the Withers. Considering his odds, it seems
possible that Far From Over may not have been fully
cranked for his debut and may have more in the tank.
By Blame out of the GSP A.P. Indy mare Alchemist who
enjoyed a route of ground, the bay ridgling is a half to
MGISP And Why Not (Street Cry {Ire}). Alchemist is out
of Grade I winner Aldiza (Storm Cat), who also
produced Altesse (A.P. Indy), a Grade III winner at nine
panels. The more ground, the better for Far From Over.
Selection: #2 Far From Over (5-1).
GIII Robert B. Lewis S. - Dortmund was all the rage
(and still is) following his head-turning Churchill
allowance romp, but a little of the mystique was lost
when he was only able to beat Firing Line by a head at
3-5 in the GI Los Alamitos Futurity. He did have one of
the easiest trips in racing, sitting behind the runner-up
and Mr. Z as they dueled through fractions of :21.98,
:45.29 and 1:09.64. But it was still a fairly tall task for
Dortmund, having debuted only some six weeks earlier
and being asked to go two turns for the first time-especially at Los Al, where the turns might have been
too tight for the hulking chestnut. Firing Line has plenty
of upside and promise too, but Dortmund is supposed
to be the best horse in this race, and I expect him to
show it if he=s close to ready. Selection: #6 Dortmund
(4-5).
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Saturday, Santa Anita Park, post time: 6:30 p.m. EST
SAN MARCOS S.-GII, $200,000, 4yo/up, 1 1/4mT
PP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
HORSE
Finnegans Wake
Patrioticandproud K
Majestic Harbor K
Power Ped
Little Jerry K
Diamond Bachelor K
Quadrivium K
Dynamic Sky
Power Foot
SIRE
Powerscourt (GB)
Proud Citizen
Rockport Harbor
Powerscourt (GB)
Candy Ride (Arg)
War Front
Henrythenavigator
Sky Mesa
Powerscourt (GB)
JOCKEY
Espinoza
Van Dyke
Smith
Prat
Maldonado
Pedroza
Boyce
Nakatani
Fallon
TRAINER ML
Miller
5-2
Casse
4-1
McCarthy 8-1
Drysdale
9-2
Baltas
12-1
Biancone 20-1
Motion
8-1
Casse
3-1
Drysdale
8-1
Saturday, Aqueduct, post time: 1:43 p.m. EST
TOBOGGAN S.-GIII, $150,000, 4yo/up, 6f
PP
1
2
3
4
5
6
HORSE
Crafty Dreamer
Doubledown Again
Dads Caps
Green Gratto
Salutos Amigos
Mewannarose
K
SIRE
War Front
Rockport Harbor
Discreet Cat
Here's Zealous
Salute the Sarge
Bwana Charli
JOCKEY
Serpa
Alvarado
Ortiz
Silvera
Ortiz Jr
Velasquez
TRAINER ML
Iselin
20-1
Nevin
6-1
Rodriguez 5-2
Smith
15-1
Jacobson 1-1
Englehart 5-1
Saturday, Gulfstream Park, post time: 4:58 p.m. EST
FRED W. HOOPER S.-GIII, $100,000, 4yo/up, 1m
PP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
HORSE
Grande Shores
Adirondack King K
Confrontation K
Brothersofthetime
Mosler K
Midnight Cello
Race Day K
Purple Egg K
Alpha Bettor
Valid K
Looking Cool
Ulanbator
SIRE
Black Mambo
Lawyer Ron
War Pass
Bob and John
War Front
Midnight Lute
Tapit
Lion Heart
Alphabet Soup
Medaglia d'Oro
Candy Ride (Arg)
Offlee Wild
JOCKEY
Zayas
Lezcano
Maragh
Saez
Rosario
Rios
Velazquez
Castellano
Contreras
Lopez
Lanerie
Leparoux
TRAINER
Gold
Servis
Tagg
Sano
Mott
Tomlinson
Pletcher
Cibelli
Vella
Vitali
Sancal
Wilkes
ML
8-1
20-1
5-1
30-1
8-1
6-1
3-1
8-1
20-1
4-1
30-1
15-1
in bed wide awake like a kid night b4
Xmas, dreaming of Race Day running
awy with Fred Hooper Sat
@Gulfstream this is why I'm a horse
owner [email protected] (owns Race Day)
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Top Third-Year Sires for the last 90 days
through Thursday, February 5, 2015
Sire
Curlin
Tiz Wonderful
Big Brown
Midnight Lute
Majestic Warrior
Total Listings
23
19
17
16
15
Unique Progeny
20
16
14
15
12
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Saturday, Gulfstream Park, post time: 4:28 p.m. EST
SUWANNEE RIVER S.-GIII, $150,000, 4yo/up, f/m, 1 1/8mT
PP HORSE
1 Skylander Girl
2 Bitty Kitty K
3 Scampering K
4 Starstruck (Ire)
5 E B Ryder
6 Nellie Cashman K
7 Rock On Baby
8 Sandiva (Ire)
9 Pink Poppy
10 Rosalind
11 Bohemian Dance (Ire)
12 Cay Dancer (GB)
13 White Rose K
Main Track Only
14 Sheer Drama
SIRE
Stroll
Kitten's Joy
Afleet Alex
Galileo (Ire)
Bluegrass Cat
Mineshaft
Rock Hard Ten
Ftstpsinthesnd (GB)
Tiznow
Broken Vow
Dansili (GB)
Danehill Dncer (Ire)
Tapit
JOCKEY
Contreras
Lanerie
Saez
Lezcano
Prado
Maragh
Lopez
Castellano
Leparoux
Rosario
Cruz
Zayas
Velazquez
TRAINER ML
Patykewich 20-1
Walsh
12-1
McGghy
8-1
Zito
12-1
Wolfson
20-1
Abbott III 15-1
Wolfson
15-1
Pletcher
7-2
Wolfson
12-1
Brown
6-1
Dilger
20-1
Brown
9-2
Mott
4-1
Burning Roma
Bravo
Fawkes
10-1
PLANS FIRMING UP FOR >PHAROAH=
Champion American Pharoah (Pioneerof The Nile),
sidelined since annexing the GI FrontRunner S. Sept.
27, is under consideration to return in either the GII San
Felipe S. at Santa Anita Mar. 7
or the GII Rebel S. at Oaklawn
Mar. 14. The Zayat Stables
homebred returned to the
worktab with a three-furlong
breeze in :36 1/5 at Santa Anita
Feb. 2. He missed the GI
Breeders= Cup Juvenile due to a
American Pharoah
suspensory-related injury. AEither
Benoit Photo
that or the Rebel,@ trainer Bob
Baffert said of the GI Del Mar Futurity hero=s return. AHe
looks good. He=ll come around quick. We have the
Rebel, and the San Felipe. If all goes well, he=ll be in
one of [email protected]
OBS MARCH CATALOG AVAILABLE ONLINE
The catalog for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's
2015 March Sale of 2-Year-Olds in
Training is now available via the
OBS website at obssales.com. The
iPad version of the catalog is also
available via the equineline Sales
Catalog App. A total of 610
juveniles have been cataloged for
the two-day expanded format sale,
set for Tuesday and Wednesday,
Mar. 17 and 18, with both
sessions beginning at 11:00 a.m.
The extended Under Tack Show
will span three days, beginning
Wednesday, Mar. 11 with Hips
1B203. Hips 204B406 will go
obssales.com
Thursday, Mar. 12 and Hips
407B610 will go Friday, Mar. 13.
All three session will begin at 8:00 a.m. For more
information, visit obssales.com.
MRC PUTS NUMP=S MULTIPLE MEDICATION
VIOLATION PENALTY SYSTEM INTO ACTION
By Mike Kane
Trainers Scott Lake and Hector Garcia unwittingly
became part of racing regulatory history in late January
when they were the first horsemen to receive additional
suspensions from the Maryland Racing Commission,
which was using the guidelines of the Multiple
Medication Violation Penalty System that is part of the
National Uniform Medication Program (NUMP).
Maryland became fully compliant with all four
sections of NUMP Jan. 1.
Ed Martin, president of the Association of Racing
Commissioners International (RCI), which developed the
model rules in the NUMP, confirmed that Lake and
Garcia were the first horsemen to cross point
thresholds for multiple violations and trigger the
supplemental penalties. While Martin said it was a
noteworthy moment, it wasn=t a happy occasion
because it meant that medication rules were being
broken.
Mike Hopkins, executive director of the Maryland
Racing Commission, acknowledged the significance of
the added penalties and said it showed that the NUMP
system worked.
AWhen this whole process started about 15 years ago
with the RMTC (Racing & Medication Testing
Consortium), the goal was for some uniformity in a
number of areas,@ Hopkins said. AThis is a positive step
in the right [email protected] Cont. p11
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Lake received an extra 60 days to go with the 60
days and $1,000 fine he was assessed by Maryland=s
stewards for post-race positives for the anabolic steroid
stanozolol in December. The four penalty points Lake
was handed for the Maryland
infraction were added to four
points he had on his record
from a post-race stanozolol
positive at Penn National on
June 11, 2014. The total of
eight points triggered the
second 60-day suspension.
Lake has appealed the
120-day suspension that was
due to begin Feb. 5.
Hopkins said he hopes the
Maryland Racing Commission
will be able to hear Lake=s
appeal at its March meeting.
Scott Lake
Garcia had a total of four
NYRA/Coglianese
post-race positives in
December and January and
the multiple medication violation penalty points that
came with those cases increased his suspension by 240
days. Maryland=s stewards handed out a total of 150
days of suspensions and $2,000 in fines for the four
positives--three for stanozolol and one for the sedative
xylazine. The suspensions, which must be served
consecutively, will keep Garcia away from training
through Feb. 29, 2016.
After the suspensions were announced, the Maryland
Jockey Club notified Garcia and suspended trainer Juan
Vazquez, for whom Garcia worked, that they had to
remove their horses from MJC property within two
weeks.
NUMP was formalized in 2012 to replace the often
disparate rules in place in the nation=s racing states.
The Jockey Club has long advocated for uniform
national standards for medications, testing and
penalties.
At its annual Round Table Conference in 2013 and
2014 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Jockey Club officials,
led by chairman Ogden Mills Phipps, said they would
seek federal legislation if states did not adopt the
NUMP standards.
The Jockey Club has promoted the concept of an
independent third-party body, such as the United States
Anti-Doping Agency, which handles Olympic testing,
overseeing racing=s program.
In his closing remarks at the 2014 Round Table,
Phipps said that the organization=s Board of Stewards
had authorized staff to develop and implement a
national legislative strategy.
ATo be clear, this broadened strategy will include
federal legislation,@ Phipps said. AWe have also
instructed The Jockey Club management team to
further investigate a relationship with the independent
and well-respected body like USADA. USADA will bring
credibility, integrity, and objectivity to our [email protected]
Cont. p12
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Matt Iuliano, executive vice-president and executive
director of The Jockey Club, said that the organization
is following the Stewards> mandate.
AThat work is in process,@ he said.
According to The Jockey Club, which closely follows
these matters, with Maryland on board, eight of the 33
racing jurisdictions have
adopted all four phases of
NUMP. The NUMP package is
made up of a schedule of
thresholds for 26 approved
therapeutic medications;
third-party administration of
Lasix; use of an
RMTC-approved lab; the
multiple medication violation
penalty system. Of the eight
states that account for
approximately half of the
races and 83% of the graded
stakes in the U.S., only
Matt Iuliano
Maryland and New Jersey
have implemented all of the NUMP.
Lake=s second 60-day suspension is an ideal example
of the penalty program working because the infractions
occurred in different states.
The RCI maintains the national database for the points
lists.
Iuliano said that some progress has been made since
Phipps made his comments at the Round Table and
pointed to states that had adopted pieces of the NUMP.
However, Iuliano said small victories and partial
implementation of NUMP standards are not enough.
AOur main objective,@ he said, Ais to ensure that we=ve
got a single uniform medication rule book and penalty
structure that is fairly and independently applied to all
the connections--owners, trainers, breeders, etc.--and
that it is enforced without variation. Naturally, we=re
very keen on areas where there appears to be
non-uniformity, which creeps into the [email protected]
Iuliano said The Jockey Club applauds states, such as
Arkansas, North Dakota and Maryland, that recently
began following the NUMP, but that a number of states
are missing one or more of the elements.
AWhen you look at that scorecard there is variation,@
he said. AA lot of it is timing. That is, one aspect of the
uniformity initiative may come on line followed after
several months with a second component of it,
followed perhaps by a third and a fourth.
AWe certainly don=t want to discourage any
jurisdiction from adopting it, but we continue to
encourage jurisdictions that when they look at these
rules they have to be adopted in their totality. And they
have to be put into place so there is very clear
instructions that can be presented to everyone who has
a connection to a [email protected]
New York, has implemented two of the NUMP
standards--the controlled therapeutic medication
schedule and the third party administration of Lasix-and is moving toward adding more of the program.
Cont. p13
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However, New York=s Controlled Therapeutic
Medication Schedule differs from the NUMP because it
features restricted administration times in addition to
thresholds.
Lee Park, the spokesman for the New York State
Gaming Commission, said that the New York Drug
Testing and Research Program at Morrisville State
College applied for accreditation in 2013 and has met
all substantive technical requirements for the RMTC
Laboratory Accreditation Program. The last element
necessary for final accreditation regards annual
research, which the New York Laboratory is addressing
and expects to complete soon.
Park said that the multiple medication violation
penalty program was approved as a proposed rule in
December and is moving through New York=s
rule-making process. It must be published the New York
State Register and subject to a 45-day public comment
period before the commission can consider adopting it
as a rule.
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You can also pick up a copy of the TDN
today at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter
Mixed Sale.
BELLE GALLANTEY RETIRED
Belle Gallantey (After Market--Revealed, by Old
Trieste), former claimer turned multiple Grade I-winning
millionaire, has been retired following her second-place
effort in yesterday=s Ladies H. and will be bred to
Pioneer of the Nile
(Empire Maker), said coowner Michael Dubb.
AIt was time,@
explained Dubb. AShe
gave us thrills of a
lifetime. But the
experience of sending her
to the Breeders= Cup and
then straight to the
[Fasig-Tipton November]
sale took a lot out of her
Belle Gallantey
[email protected]
NYRA/Joe Labozzetta
Belle Gallantey, who
competed in lower-level races on the California and
New York circuits earlier in her career, was claimed out
of her 36th career start by Dubb in partnership with
Bethlehem Stables LLC and Gary Aisquith for $35,000.
Joining the Rudy Rodriguez barn Dec. 13, 2013, the
chestnut followed with three consecutive wins at
Aqueduct and Belmont Park, quickly ascending to
Grade I company in 2014.
Cont. p14
2015 Fee: $6,500 LFSN
“Exactly how good is this colt?
I don’t think anyone really knows.”
- Dick Jerardi, DRF
“I never had a colt this good.”
- Trainer Marty Wolfson
“He’s just a different class of horse.”
- Jockey Edgard Zayas
“ ... by a remarkable 17 3/4 lengths
for his 3rd consecutive dominant victory.”
- BloodHorse
“Atreides among rarified company ...
occupying a special place in Beyer Figure lore ... ”
- Dick Jerardi, DRF
“Atreides by a pole ... ”
- TDN
LGB, LLC 2015 / Photo: Coglianese Photos/Leslie Martin
www.hillndalefarms.com
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Fifth in the GI Ogden Phipps S. at Belmont behind
Close Hatches (First Defence) and Princess of Sylmar
(Majestic Warrior) June 7, she defeated the latter rival
next out to capture the GI Delaware H. July 12. The
mare added a wire-to-wire, tour-de-force victory in the
GI Beldame S. Sept. 27 two starts later, earning a spot
in the starting gate for the GI Breeders= Cup Distaff.
AShe=s special,@ said Dubb. AShe was bred by the
Wygods, and if you look back, her third dam is [1990
champion juvenile filly] Meadow Star (Meadowlake). So
she has the blood in her, and we were successful in
figuring out that she wanted to go long. She had a few
issues when we got her, but we fixed them, and we
never dreamt she would be what she [email protected]
Following a ninth-place finish in the Distaff, Belle
Gallantey brought $750,000 at the Fasig-Tipton
November sale from buyer SF Bloodstock LLC. She was
subsequently leased back to Dubb and Bethlehem
Stables for her two-start campaign in 2015.
AI appreciate that the purchasers were game and
wanted to give her every opportunity to continue her
career,@ the owner acknowledged. ABut she really
needed a proper rest--three or four months--to recover
from that experience, on top of a nice campaign last
[email protected]
SF Bloodstock, who mutually agreed to retire Belle
Gallantey, will retain her breeding rights. While Dubb
now parts ways with his mare, he said he holds great
interest in seeing her future foals.
AIt=s bittersweet,@ he concluded. AIt will be a missing
stall in the barn. I=ll always remember the stall she
stood in, but this is a happy ending. She=s six years old
now, so it=s time. On top of that, the trainer reported to
me after the race that he felt that she was a little bit in
heat. So I think the stars lined up and there was a
message that was sent to [email protected]
Bred by Pam and Martin Wygod in Kentucky, Belle
Gallantey sold for $10,000 as a Keeneland September
yearling and progressed to a $30,000 Pegasus February
juvenile purchase by Stuart Carmichael, Peter Tom &
Glen Todd, whose colors she carried in her first three
career starts at Hastings Park.
Belle Gallantey retires with a record of 45-9-12-7 for
a total of $1,114,270 in earnings.
DERBY TRIAL RENAMED, MOVED TO DERBY
DAY
Churchill Downs will honor Hall of Fame rider Pat Day
with a race named in his honor during its 2015 Spring
Meet, which spans 38 days from Saturday, Apr. 25
through Saturday, June 27. A sextet of Grade I races
highlight the nine-week stand, including the 141st
runnings of the Kentucky Derby and Longines Kentucky
Oaks. The two stalwarts anchor a 25-race stakes lineup
that emphasizes big-event days cumulatively worth
$8.05 million, a $375,000 increase or 5% jump from
2014. The most significant change to the stakes menu
involves the now former GIII Derby Trial, which has
been moved from opening night to Kentucky Derby
Day, renamed the Pat Day Mile and boosted by
$50,000 from $150,000 to $200,000. AThere=s no
better way for Churchill Downs to show its appreciation
and honor Pat Day--a legendary jockey, great
ambassador of horse racing, pillar in the Louisville
community and a man known for his devout faith--than
to pay tribute with a race named in his honor on
Kentucky Derby Day, America=s greatest day of racing,@
said Churchill Downs President Kevin Flanery. Day
added, AIt=s a tremendous honor to have a race at any
time or any kind named in your honor-- that=s an honor
in and of itself. But to have a race such as the Derby
Trial moved to Kentucky Derby Day and have it
renamed the Pat Day Mile is out of the park. That=s just
[email protected] Of the schedule change, Ben Huffman,
Churchill Downs Racetrack=s Director of Racing and
Racing Secretary, added, AWe=ve been kicking around
the idea of moving the Derby Trial to Kentucky Derby
Day for a couple of years now because the race is
clearly not a significant step to the Derby anymore with
the way horsemen train their horses today. We revere
the storied history of the race, but ultimately feel that a
one-turn mile race with familiar 3-year-olds that aren=t
up to the mile-and-a-quarter distance could prove to be
very popular with both horsemen and fans alike on
Kentucky Derby Day. We think this really bolsters an
already substantial Derby Day [email protected] The addition of the
Pat Day Mile to Kentucky Derby Day means that seven
graded stakes races cumulatively worth $4.05 million-the richest in the track=s storied history--will help
comprise the 13-race Derby Day card Saturday, May 2.
The Oaks Day card features six stakes cumulatively
worth a record $2.2 million. The 34th running of the GI
Stephen Foster H. will be the racing centerpiece of a
ADowns After [email protected] night racing program Saturday,
June 13. Click here for the complete stakes schedule.
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TREVE BACK IN TRAINING
LACK OF PACE COULD MAKE THIS RACE
Al Shaqab Racing=s supermare Treve (Fr) (Motivator
{GB}) has returned from her holiday at Haras du
Quesnay and resumed training at Criquette HeadMaarek=s stable in
Chantilly. The 5-year-old
was out on Les Aigles
Thursday morning for the
first time since October
under regular rider
Maurine Beusnel and in
front of many cameras.
Head-Maarek
Treve
commented, AShe was
Racing Post
turned out for three
months, which did her a
lot of good. She=s taller and bigger than last year, she
really looks [email protected] The conditioner added, AThis
morning she=ll just go for a trot so I can see how she
moves and behaves, then we=ll gradually get her back
into our normal routine. You know, when horses are
turned out, they do gallop, and particularly her, she was
really enjoying it. It=s not as if she=d been on box rest,
she can get back into steady [email protected]
Head-Maarek earmarked the G1 Grand Prix de SaintCloud, June 28, as the target for the dual Arc heroine=s
seasonal return, followed by the G1 Prix Vermeille as a
build-up to the mare=s bid for a third Arc triumph.
Friday=s scratching of top galloper Military Attack (Ire)
(Oratorio {Ire}) has stripped today=s Centenary Vase H.
of some of its intrigue and luster, but an eclectic group
of 11 remains for this event contested over a distance
that is ideal for almost none of its contestants.
Designs On Rome (Ire) (Holy Roman Emperor {Ire}) is
left as the starting highweight and will give some
talented runners anywhere between 10 and 18 pounds.
Now five years of age, the Moyglare Stud-bred has
carved out his reputation
over the metric 10 furlongs,
with wins in the Hong Kong
Derby, G1 Queen Elizabeth II
Cup and most recently a
last-jump defeat of Military
Attack in the G1 Longines
Hong Kong Cup Dec. 14. But Designs On Rome lunges to win
the Hong Kong Cup HKJC.com
despite the top impost,
trainer John Moore is
expecting an >A= performance from his charge.
AUnder handicap conditions you would expect one of
the lighter weights to be winning races like this, but we
all know Designs On Rome is all heart,@ he commented.
AConsidering his form going into the race, he=s going to
be one of the horses to [email protected]
Designs On Rome is using this as a steppingstone to
the G1 Hong Kong Gold Cup Mar. 7 and the G1 Dubai
Sheema Classic Mar. 28.
One of those aformentioned lightweights in the field
is Khaya (NZ) (Librettist), who finished third when
allowed a soft lead in the G1 Longines Hong Kong Vase
over 2400 meters Dec. 14 and exits a narrow defeat in
the January Cup H. at Happy Valley Jan. 7. With no
other confirmed front-runners, jockey Karis Teetan
expects Khaya to take them a long ways this afternoon.
AI can=t see many horses that will go forward and race
up there and Khaya will be a naturally handier horse
than the rest of them. I think he has a decent chance,@
Teetan offered. AThere are some big names in the field,
some good horses, but the big weight concession gives
me confidence, especially as his last two runs have
been very [email protected]
Willie Cazals (Ire) (Aussie Rules) has progressed nicely
this season and ran on very well to put a scare into
Flintshire (GB) (Dansili {GB})despite the leisurely pace in
the Vase, but could be up against it from that
perspective again this afternoon.
Trainer Caspar Fownes elected to scratch Military
Attack Friday morning, as the veteran has been off his
feed of late. Bloodwork has revealed no illness, but
connections have elected to err on the side of caution.
Treve on vacation
IN OTHER NEWS...
A Daily Roundup of Racing Articles in Non-Industry Media
Integrity–Australian Racing in Spotlight With the cobalt chloride crisis
gathering momentum daily, it seems the stakes have never been higher
in this remarkable drama. It also appears racing’s integrity has never
been as challenged. Sporting Post.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 2/7/15 • PAGE 16 of 17 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
Saturday, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, post time: 4:35 p.m.
CENTENARY VASE H., HK$2,750,000 (US$354,752), 3yo/up, 1800mT
SC PP HORSE
SIRE
1 3 Military Attack (Ire) Oratorio (Ire)
2 11 Designs On Rome (Ire) Hly Rmn Emprr (Ire)
3 9 California Memory
Highest Honor (Fr)
4 5 Dominant (Ire)
Cacique (Ire)
5 8 Endowing (Ire)
Dnehll Dancer (Ire)
6 10 Willie Cazals (Ire)
Aussie Rules
7 12 Bubble Chic (Fr)
Chichicastengo (Fr)
8 7 Khaya (NZ)
Librettist
9 6 Rainbow Chic (Ire) Peintre Celebre
10 2 Helene Super Star War Front
11 4 Packing Llaregyb (Ire) Dylan Thomas (Ire)
12 1 Mr Gnocchi (Aus)
Hard Spun
Click for the HKJC.com PPs.
JOCKEY
Scr
Moreira
Mosse
Rawiller
Doleuze
Chadwick
Leung
Teetan
Ho
Ng
Demuro
Yeung
TRAINER
Scr
Moore
A Cruz
Moore
Size
A Cruz
Hall
Size
Fownes
A Cruz
Schutz
Shum
WT
Scr
131
121
121
121
113
113
113
113
113
113
113
CECF SINGAPORE CUP GETS 11 RUNNERS
The S$3.05-million (US$2.25 million) CECF Singapore
Cup, the richest race ever to be staged in the country,
has attracted 11 entries from four countries for the
1800-meter contest at Kranji Racecourse Sunday, Feb.
22. Eight internationally based runners--three from the
United States and
Australia and two
from France--will
join a trio of horses
conditioned locally
in the inaugural
running of the
event.
The highestrated entrant is the
Christophe
Clement-trained
Parranda (English
Channel). A threeParranda
Leslie Martin
time stakes winner
while under the care of Rodolfo Garcia, the chestnut
was acquired by Jerry Hollendorfer and partners and,
once moved to California, won the GIII Wilshire S. and
GII Royal Heroine S. and was runner-up in the GI Rodeo
Drive S. She was also third to fellow China Horse Club
purchase Iotapa (Afleet Alex) in the GI Clement L.
Hirsch S. in a single all-weather appearance.
S$3.05 million CEFC Singapore Cup
Kranji Racecourse, 22 February 2015
Horse
Country Trainer
Parranda (English Channel)
USA
C Clement
My Option (Belong to Me)
USA
C Clement
Bajan (Speightstown)
USA
R Varian
Summer Surprice (Fr) (Le Havre {Ire})
FR
F Graffard
Ming Zhi Cosmos (Fr)
FR
N Clement
(Duke of Marmalade {Ire})
Orbec (Fr) (Le Havre {Ire})
AUS
J Thompson
Auvray (Fr) (Le Havre {Ire})
AUS
J Thompson
Zululand (Aus) (Fastnet Rock {Aus}) AUS
J Warren
Tropaios (GB) (Excellent Art {GB})
SIN
M Freedman
Olympic Anthem (NZ) (Starcraft {NZ})
SIN
M Freedman
Iznate (GB) (Pivotal GB})
SIN
M Freedman
Parranda was subsequently knocked down to the
China Horse Club for $800,000 at the Fasig-Tipton
November sale and in her first appearance for those
connections, proved a handy winner of the GIII
Marshua=s River S. at Gulfstream Jan. 10. Joining the
6-year-old on the trip to Singapore will be stablemate
My Option (Belong to Me), while Bajan (Speightstown),
third in last year=s GI Santa Anita Oaks, will be saddled
for the first time by English trainer Roger Varian.
Nicolas Clement, the elder France-based brother of
Christophe, will also be represented in the CEFC
Singapore Cup by Ming Zhi Cosmos (Fr) (Duke of
Marmalade {Ire}), popular winner of the G3 Premio
Sergio Cumani in Milan last September. Australian
trainer John Thompson is two-fisted for the Cup, as he
will saddle a pair of French-bred stayers, both by Le
Havre (Ire). Auvray (Fr) won the 3000-meter G2 Qatar
Prix Chaudenay at Longchamp Oct. 4 and later that
evening topped the Arqana Arc Sale on a bid of
i800,000 from the CHC=s Michael Wallace. Orbec (Fr)
won the Listed Grand Prix de Clairefontaine over 2500
meters of heavy turf at Deauville Aug. 29 and was the
third highest-priced lot at the Arc sale at i600,000.
The three horses trained at Kranji by Michael
Freedman include British import Tropaios (GB) (Excellent
Art {GB}), who made headlines when annexing the
prestigious Singapore Gold Cup in the China Horse Club
silks back in November 2013.
The China Equine Cultural Festival takes place in
Singapore during Chinese New Year celebrations
Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21 and 22.
"
"
"
ROAD TO THE KENTUCKY DERBY POINT STANDINGS
through Feb. 06, 2015
Horse (Sire)
Points
1. El Kabeir (Scat Daddy)
21
2. International Star (Fusaichi Pegasus)
21
3. Upstart (Flatter)
16
4. Carpe Diem (Giant’s Causeway)
14
5. Texas Red (Afleet Alex)
12
6. Mr. Z (Malibu Moon)
12
7. Far Right (Notional)
12
8. Ocho Ocho Ocho (Street Sense)
10
9. American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile)
10
10. Daredevil (More Than Ready)
10
11. Dortmund (Big Brown)
10
12. Lucky Player (Lookin At Lucky)
10
13. Frosted (Tapit)
8
14. Bold Conquest (Curlin)
6
15. Conquest Typhoon (Stormy Atlantic)
4
16. Bayerd (Speightstown)
4
17. Imperia (Medaglia d’Oro)
4
18. Firing Line (Line of David)
4
19. Nasa (Smarty Jones)
4
20. War Story (Northern Afleet)
4
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 2/7/15 • PAGE 17 of 17 • thoroughbreddailynews.com
ARB TO REVIEW STEROID RULE
Australian Racing Board=s chief executive Peter
McGauran has announced the launch of a review into
the series of decisions that led to a colt from the Magic
Millions Gold Coast sale being
declared positive to an anabolic
steroid only for the incriminated
substance, altrenogest, to be
eventually ruled as not
belonging to this category.
Alternogest is a synthetic
hormone notably contained in
the drug Regu-Mate, which is
commonly used to regulate
cycles and help maintain
pregnancies in mares. It is also
considered to have a calming
effect on horses.
"Why a substance was found
to be an anabolic steroid when
ARB Chief Executive Peter it was later ruled not to be one
McGauran
is of concern, and we are
Paul Rovere
already reviewing that."
McGauran told The Age. AI think
there has been an air of panic on this issue," he added.
"We don't need to change a rule. We don't list what
anabolic steroids are, that is up to the laboratories to
tell us. The laboratories have to be more assured of
their findings."
However, Racing Queensland general manager of
stewards and integrity operations Wade Birch, who
announced Thursday the authority=s decision to clear
the substance, indicated that he was in favor of
establishing a list of prohibited substances.
When the temperature dips into the 60s in Hallandale, TDN staffer and
Gulfstream Park TV host and handicapper Christina Bossinakis dons her
TDN jacket for a day of on-air reporting. Vote for your favorite TDN
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REGIONAL REPORT
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2015
CHAPA CASE SET FOR MARCH
By Mike Kane
The State of Texas=s criminal case against jockey
Roman Chapa for unlawful influence on racing has been
reset to Mar. 18.
Chapa, 43, appeared in Harris County District Court
in Houston Friday to face charges that he illegally used
an electrical device on a horse in a race Jan. 17 at Sam
Houston Race Park.
Judge Stacey W. Bond
set the March date to
give prosecutors and
Chapa and his attorney
time to prepare for the
case. Chapa is free on
$10,000 bail.
On Feb. 9, the
stewards at Sam
Houston will hear
Quiet Acceleration and Roman Chapa Chapa=s appeal of the
immediate suspension
Coady Photography
they imposed Jan. 19.
The stewards acted after accusations surfaced that a
photograph appeared to show that Chapa had a buzzer
in his left hand near the end of Quiet Acceleration=s
victory in the $50,000 Richard King Handicap. The
suspension was handed down while the Texas Racing
Commission investigates the allegations. Robert Elrod, a
spokesman for the racing commission, said Friday that
a hearing on the matter will likely take place within the
next month.
Chapa has twice been punished for similar incidents
involving devices to shock a horse, often called buzzers
or machines. He was suspended for 19 months in
1993 and served four years of a five-year suspension
for a 2007 violation before being granted a
probationary license in New Mexico.
In the probable cause statement, Jeffrey Green of
the Texas Department of Public Safety said that track
photographer Jack Coady told him he was contacted by
Chapa the day after the race and asked to take the
photograph off the track=s website. Green said in his
statement that Chapa told him he had never seen the
photograph or had reached out to Coady. However,
Green said that when Chapa allowed him to look at his
phone he could see that a call had been made and a
text sent to Coady. Green said that a copy of the
photograph was in a recently deleted file on Chapa=s
phone.
Yesterday=s Results:
LADY H., $100,000, AQU, 2-6, 4yo/up, f/m, 1 1/8m,
1:55, ft.
1--#DIVIDED ATTENTION, 115, f, 4, A.P. Indy-Contrive, by Storm Cat. O-Godolphin Racing LLC;
B-Darley (KY); T-Kiaran P McLaughlin; J-Dylan Davis.
$60,000. Lifetime Record: GSP, 9-3-1-1, $255,900.
*1/2 to Folklore (Tiznow), Ch. 2yo Filly, MGISW,
$945,500; Delightful Quality (Elusive Quality), GSP,
$253,900.
2--Belle Gallantey, 123, m, 6, After Market--Revealed,
by Old Trieste. ($10,000 yrl '10 KEESEP; $30,000
2yo >11 PEGFEB; $750,000 HRA >14 FTKNOV).
O-Michael Dubb & Bethlehem Stables LLC. $20,000.
LANE’S END Foaled, Raised & Sold
3--Moment in Dixie, 117, m, 6, Dixieland Band--Ellie's
Moment, by Kris S. O-Phillips Racing Partnership.
$10,000.
Kip Elser’s KIRKWOOD STABLES
Margins: 5HF, 3HF, 1 1/4. Odds: 1.20, 1.45, 3.85.
Also Ran: Shayjolie, Holiday=s Jewel, Penwith.
Divided Attention, a distant second behind eventual
MGISW Stopchargingmaria (Tale of the Cat) in the
2013 GIII Tempted S. on this main track, reemerged to
romp over a pair of next-out winners including Shayjolie
(Indian Charlie) in a Saratoga allowance last August.
She could only manage
10th in the GII Raven Run
S. at Keeneland Oct. 18,
and sixth in the
GIII Comely S. when
stretched to nine panels
here Nov. 29. The bay was
most recently third--one
spot behind her repeat
entrymate Penwith
(Bernardini)--in the local
Affectionately S. Jan. 1.
Reined in to stalk her
stablemate from off the
rail, the Sheikh Mohammed
homebred dropped back a
few spots down the
backside before behind
Divided Attention
NYRA/Coglianese
given her head into the
home bend. She traveled
strongly in third as MGISW Belle Gallantey pestered
Penwith, tipped out into the clear approaching the
quarter pole and kicked away decisively in midstretch
for a first stakes success.
Cont. p2
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Lady H. cont.
"It was a great trip," said Dylan Davis, who was
celebrating his first stakes win on the NYRA circuit. "I
wanted her to sit back right behind the pace a little bit,
a little closer than the last time [I rode her]. She
responded well, she was a little aggressive on the first
turn, but I got her to settle down. On the second turn
she got a little more aggressive. No one else was
pressuring the pace, so I just let her out to the three
path and we just kept on with it." Art Magnuson,
assistant to Kiaran McLaughlin, added, ALast week, we
were going to run [only] Penwith, thinking maybe we'd
split them up. This week we thought we'd put them in,
in case something happened, and it was only this
morning that Kiaran and [Darley=s] Jimmy [Bell] got to
talking and thought, 'Why not? Let's not be too clever
and split them up, just run.' It worked out and makes
us look pretty smart. We just wanted to run two fillies
doing well. They both looked good early. It was a little
disappointing with Penwith. She ran very big last time
and maybe she reacted a little." Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
1st-AQU, $60,000, Msw, 3yo, f, 1m70y, 1:47 1/5, ft.
ALLITERATION (f, 3, Congrats--Royal Card {GSP,
$147,713}, by Chapel Royal), a $260,000 OBSAPR
2-year-old after a :21 flat breeze, finished a well-beaten
second over six panels of local slop Jan. 4. Installed at
3-5 to appreciate the stretch-out, the dark bay bobbled
slightly at the start before rushing up to press the pace
off the rail. She took over after a half in :50.39,
repelled a foe in upper stretch and kicked away to win
by two lengths from a running-on Say Cin Cin
(Mineshaft). Lifetime Record: 2-1-1-0, $48,000. Click
for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Martin S Schwartz. B-Woodford Thoroughbreds (FL).
T-Chad C Brown.
TODAY’S INSIGHTS
9th-GP, $45K, Msw, 3yo, 6f, 3:58 p.m. ET
Sheikh Mohammed homebred ALL HANDS (Unbridled’s Song)
debuts in Godolphin blue here for Kiaran McLaughlin. The grey is a fullbrother to MGSW and GI Kentucky Derby runner-up Eight Belles. His
SW and MGSP dam Away (Dixieland Band) was acquired by John
Ferguson for $2.5 million in foal to Unbridled’s Song at the 2008
Keeneland November sale. Stronach Stables’s Unbridled Juan
(Unbridled’s Song) also sports a noteworthy pedigree--he’s out of
MGSW Sugar Swirl (Touch Gold). Brisnet.com PPs
Yesterday=s Results:
9th-GPX, $42,000, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($75,000), NW1X,
3yo, f, 1 1/16mT, 1:42 4/5, fm.
WHISPERING ANGEL (f, 3, Hard Spun--Campy, by
Theatrical {Ire}) rallied from out of the clouds to just
get up in her 7 1/2-furlong grassy debut at Gulfstream
Park West Nov. 29, but checked in a distant fourth in a
rained-off local affair in
the slop Jan. 11. Backed
at 7-2 to remain perfect
on the grass, the
$140,000 KEENOV
weanling showed
increased speed this time
to stalk from fifth while
in the clear. Pushed along
by Javier Castellano as
Whispering Angel
the field bunched up on
A Coglianese
the far turn, Whispering
Angel took command approaching the straight. She
fended off one rival to her inside, and dug in to deny
Nicky=s Brown Miss (Big Brown) on her outside by a
length and provide Castellano with a natural pick three.
The winner=s dam is a 3/4 sister to the dam of
champion Big Brown (Boundary) who, like Whispering
Angel, is by a son of Danzig. Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-0,
$48,900. Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Bobby Flay. B-Patinack Farm (KY). T-Todd A Pletcher.
get the DELAHOOKE advantage
Saturday, Gulfstream Park, post time: 12:59 p.m. EDT
TEXAS GLITTER S., $75,000, 3yo, 5fT
PP HORSE
SIRE
JOCKEY TRAINER
1 Nun the Less
Candy Ride (Arg) Lezcano
Block
2 Moon River
Bluegrass Cat
Gonzales Sheppard
3 Social Request
Lookin At Lucky Contreras Harris
4 D’tumbling Dice
D’wildcat
Velazquez Iwinski
5 Pow Wow Pal
Indian Charlie
Hernandez Ward
6 Posse Dreamin
Posse
Lopez
Broome
7 It’s Not Me
D’wildcat
Zayas
Navarro
8 Souper Colossal War Front
Rosario
Plesa Jr
9 Chocolate Wildcat Wildcat Heir
Saez
Servis
Click for the Brisnet.com PPs.
ML
5-1
15-1
20-1
6-1
6-1
12-1
7-2
8-5
15-1
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Yesterday=s Results:
3rd-LRL, $48,160, Msw, 3yo, f, 1m, 1:40 2/5, ft.
CANDIDA H. (f, 3, Lemon Drop Kid--Magical Broad
{SW, $155,470}, by Broad Brush), finished second in
each of her first three outings, including when
stretched to this trip Nov. 19. A close-up fourth in the
seven-panel Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship
Dec. 26, the bay was even-money here while adding
blinkers. She chased second choice Doukas (Kantharos)
through splits of :24.37, :47.89 and 1:13.04 and was
floated a bit wide by that rival into the lane, but was
undeterred, kicking clear from the pacesetter by
2 1/4 lengths. Doukas was nine lengths clear of third.
Lifetime Record: 5-1-3-0, $66,750. Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O/B-Fitzhugh LLC (MD). T-Michael J Trombetta.
1st-LRL, $46,840, Msw, 4yo/up, 6f, 1:11 2/5, ft.
ANY COURT INASTORM (g, 4, Successful Appeal-Wings of the Storm, by Valley Crossing), never off the
board in three previous local efforts, most recently
finished second by a neck going an additional furlong
Dec. 31. Ridden for speed from his rail draw, the
3-5 shot shook free quickly at the head of the lane and
poured it on to win by 9 1/4 lengths in hand. Prayer On
a Wing (Fusaichi Pegasus) got his nose down for
second. Lifetime Record: 4-1-2-1, $54,550. Click for
the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Joan P Everett. B-W Dale & Joan Everett (MD).
T-Jason Egan.
Yesterday=s Results:
8th-OPX, $60,500, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($62,500), NW1X,
3yo, 1 1/16m, 1:44 3/5, ft.
HILLBILLY ROYALTY (g, 3, Langfuhr--Aptiseno, by
Aptitude) belied 14-1 odds to earn his diploma first out
by daylight going a mile in the Remington Park slop
Nov. 22, and increased his gaudy return on investment
here at 13-1. The homebred out-footed his foes at the
break, and took pressure from a rival to his inside
through splits of :23.84, :47.77 and 1:13 flat. He spun
into the stretch straight and strong, and scampered
home to remain unbeaten by 4 1/2 lengths. Paid
Admission (Candy Ride {Arg}) was second. The
winner=s second dam is a half to champion Unbridled
(Fappiano) and GISW Cahill Road (Fappiano). Lifetime
Record: 2-2-0-0, $52,845. Click for the brisnet.com
chart or VIDEO.
O/B-Dream Walkin Farm (KY). T-Donnie K Von Hemel.
1st-FGX, $39,000, Msw, (S), 3yo, f, 6f, 1:12, ft.
+SAFARI CALAMARI (f, 3, Half Ours--Zaafira, by A.P.
Indy), bet all the way down to 9-5 for a generally
patient first-out barn, stalked early from third, reeled in
pacesetter Lookout Mountain (Any Given Saturday) in
midstretch and handed that foe a four-length defeat.
Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $23,400. Click for the
brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O/B-Brittlyn Stables Inc (LA). T-Ron Faucheux.
Saturday, Golden Gate, post time: 6:15 p.m. EDT
CALIFORNIA OAKS S., $50,000, 3yo, f, 1 1/16m (AWT)
PP HORSE
SIRE
JOCKEY
TRAINER
1 Ryder’s Starlight Kodiak Kowboy Cedillo
Hollendorfer
2 Glory
Tapit
Baze
Hollendorfer
3 Niassa
Papa Clem
Carr
Morey
4 Sharla Rae
Afleet Alex
Amador
O’Neill
5 Star Via Strada
Street Boss
Hernandez Hollendorfer
6 Swiss Skimmer
Swiss Yodeler Alvarado
Specht
7 Star’s Woman
Elusive Quality Mawing
Wright
8 Aly’s Last Magic Alymagic
Sullivan
Paszkeicz
Click for the Brisnet.com PPs.
ML
10-1
1-1
7-2
9-2
12-1
12-1
12-1
20-1
Yesterday=s Results:
6th-SAX, $61,830, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($62,500), NW2$X,
4yo/up, 1m, 1:36 3/5, ft.
MIDNIGHT HAWK (c, 4, Midnight Lute--Miss Wineshine
{SW & GISP, $189,080}, by Wolf Power {Saf}) won
the GIII Sham S. in his second career start here last
January and followed with a consistent winter
campaign that included a runner-up finish behind
eventual 3-year-old champion California Chrome (Lucky
Pulpit) in the GII San Felipe S. Mar. 8. Second by a
nose to Dynamic Impact (Tiznow) in the GIII Illinois
Derby Apr. 19, he was subsequently put on the shelf
for six months. The J “TDN Rising Star” J
returned with a dull 11th-place finish in the Damascus
S. over seven furlongs here on Halloween and checked
in third when cut back to six panels over the Polytrack
in a Nov. 30 Del Mar optional claimer. Returned to
Arcadia for the GI Malibu S. Dec. 26, the homebred
broke slowly and finished ninth in the wake of MGISW
champion Shared Belief (Candy Ride {Arg}). Bet down
to 6-5 favoritism for this try, Midnight Hawk raced midpack through a half-mile in :47.07. The 4-year-old bid
for the lead three wide on the far turn, gained
command entering the lane and forged clear to register
a 1 1/2-length victory over Cool Samurai (First
Samurai). The winner is a half to Mayor Marv (Distorted
Humor), SW, $148,716. Lifetime Record: GSW,
10-3-3-2, $490,700. Click for the brisnet.com chart or
VIDEO.
O-Hill 'n' Dale Equine Holdings Inc (J G Sikura),
Kitchen, Pegram et al. B-Michael E Pegram (KY). T-Bob
Baffert.
Hill ‘n’ Dale Foaled and Raised
Dam purchased by
L A N TER N H IL L FA R M
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Thursday Night=s Races:
6th-SAX, $58,750, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($50,000), NW1$X,
(S), 3yo, 6f, 1:11, ft.
RICHARD'S BOY (g, 3, Idiot Proof--Marissa's Joy, by
Cee's Tizzy), a debut victor going 5 1/2 panels at Los
Alamitos Race Course Sept. 20, was dismissed at
8-1 despite entering this try with a very quick worktab
at that venue. Emerging with a narrow lead down the
backside, the Tillema homebred maintained a one-length
advantage on Guy Code (Blazonry) at the wire despite
drifting out in the lane. Lifetime Record: 2-2-0-0,
$60,000. Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O/B-Harold & Pamela Tillema (CA). T-Herbert L Bacorn.
8th-SAX, $57,500, Msw, (S), 3yo, f, 6 1/2f, 1:18 2/5, ft.
+ALWAZABRIDESMAID (f, 3, Kafwain--Lost Bride
{MSP, $180,999}, by Pioneering), let go at 10-1
despite her Hall of Fame conditioner=s prowess with
first timers, dueled with several rivals through splits of
:22.24 and :45.67 and kicked away from Medicine
Butte (Old Fashioned) to don cap and gown by
2 1/2 lengths. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $33,600. Click
for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O/B-Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC (CA). T-Jerry
Hollendorfer.
Mary Kubota Passes Away:
Mary Kubota, a longtime trainer and popular racing
official, died Wednesday of lung cancer at her home in
Renton, Washington. Kubota spent nearly three
decades as a trainer, learning the profession under
Washington Hall of Fame Trainer Wayne Branch before
taking out her license in the late 1970s. She also had
stints as a veterinarian=s assistant with Dr. John Traber
and Dr. Gary Bergsma. Kubota, 62, worked the last 12
years for the Washington Horse Racing Commission,
first as a clerk/identifier in the receiving barn and later
as an association clocker. Her husband of 44 years,
Allan, and daughters Chrissi Reeves of Bellingham and
Angie Kubota-Wolbert of Renton survives Ms. Kubota.
A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Thursday, Feb.
12, at New Life Church in Renton, 15711 152nd
Avenue SE.
POWER BROKER (Pulpit--Shop Again, by Wild Again),
winner of the 2012 GI FrontRunner S., owned by Gary
& Mary West and standing at Hill >n= Dale Farms for
$5,000.
! Mamselle Nanette (Southern Halo) produced a filly at
Jay Adcock=s Red River Farm in Louisiana, Feb. 5. The
same night, stakes winner Nechez Dawn (Indian
Charlie) produced a filly at Dell Ridge Farm in Kentucky.
ROOKIES
First-crop starters to watch: Saturday, February 7
Sire (Sire’s Sire), current farm, 2011 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/
BlackTypeWnrs * Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available)
AFLEET EXPRESS (Afleet Alex), Gainesway, $5K, 49/5/0
5-CT, Alw, 6 1/2f, Lake Ponchatrain, $1,000 KEE NOV wnl, 8-1
BLAME (Arch), Claiborne, $30K, 152/9/0
8-AQU, Stk, 1 1/16m, March, $320K KEE NOV wnl, 6-1
8-AQU, Stk, 1 1/16m, Far From Over, $550K KEE SEP yrl, 5-1
CHARITABLE MAN (Lemon Drop Kid), Taylor Mountain Farm, $4K, 80/6/0
1-CT, Msw, 4 1/2f, Runaway Charity, 9-2
DESERT PARTY (Street Cry {Ire}), Sequel, $8K, 115/12/2
7-LRL, Msw, 1 1/16m, Sabbiadoro, 10-1
DISCREETLY MINE (Mineshaft), Lane’s End, $10K, 181/21/1
8-AQU, Stk, 1 1/16m, Classy Class, $250K OBS MAR 2yo, 2-1
4-GP, Msw, 1m, Performance Bonus, $120K OBS MAR 2yo, 4-1
7-TP, Msw, 1m, I'll Never Tell, $30K RNA KEE SEP yrl, 30-1
7-OP, Alw, 6f, Starlet O'Hara, $100K KEE SEP yrl, 4-1
7-OP, Alw, 6f, Oh My Dar, $25K KEE SEP yrl, 15-1
4-SA, Msw, 6 1/2f, Discreet Prince, $100K OBS APR 2yo, 12-1
EATON'S GIFT (Johannesburg), Key Ranch, $2K, 21/1/0
9-GP, Msw, 6f, Topara, $37K FTK OCT yrl, 10-1
ESKENDEREYA (Giant's Causeway), Taylor Made, $18K, 194/14/0
9-TAM, Msw, 1mT, Giza, 15-1
GRASSHOPPER (Dixie Union), Lane's End Texas, $4K, 52/6/0
7-DED, Stk, 7f, Valid Pursuit, $35K OBS OPN 2yo, 20-1
3-HOU, Msw, 1 1/16mT, +Bra Burner, 10-1
HARLEM ROCKER (Macho Uno), McMahon of Saratoga NY, $4K, 10/3/0
7-OP, Alw, 6f, Rock My Dreams, $40K KEE SEP yrl, 15-1
HOLD ME BACK (Giant's Causeway), Winstar, $6K, 153/9/1
7-OP, Alw, 6f, Big Red Seven, $11K KEE SEP yrl, 8-1
IT'S A BIRD (Birdonthewire), 14/2/0
5-CT, Alw, 6 1/2f, This Bird Can Fly, 6-1
8-LRL, Aoc, 1 1/16m, Thinks He's a Bird, 20-1
LINE OF DAVID (Lion Heart), Spendthrift Farm, $6K, 90/10/1
5-SA, Stk, 1 1/16m, Firing Line, $240K KEE APR 2yo, 7-5
LOOKIN AT LUCKY (Smart Strike), Ashford Stud, $15K, 175/33/3
7-DED, Stk, 7f, Four Leaf Chief, $65K KEE SEP yrl, 2-1
7-SUN, Msw, 6f, Just Lookin Around, $5K KEE SEP yrl, 10-1
3-GP, Stk, 5fT, Social Request, $100K OBS APR 2yo, 20-1
MAJESTICPERFECTION (Harlan's Holiday), Airdrie Stud, $10K, 124/22/2
4-SA, Msw, 6 1/2f, +Perfect Temptation, $75K OBS MAR 2yo, 12-1
MIDSHIPMAN (Unbridled's Song), Darley, $8K, 117/20/2
6-PRX, Msw, 5 1/2f, We Miss Anthony, 10-1
2-FG, Msw, 5 1/2fT, +Ironclad, $30K OBS APR 2yo, 5-2
4-GP, Msw, 1m, +Vandalize, $240K EAS MAY 2yo, 7-2
6-OP, Msw, 6f, Whoop Ti Do, $42K KEE SEP yrl, 8-1
6-OP, Msw, 6f, +Allied Air Raid, $50K OBS OPN 2yo, 8-1
MUNNINGS (Speightstown), Ashford Stud, $10K, 165/32/4
9-GP, Msw, 6f, Sir Alfred, $120K FTS AUG yrl, 7-2
9-GP, Msw, 6f, Mongolian King, 20-1
NEKO BAY (Giant's Causeway), Elite Thoroughbreds, $3K, 42/6/0
5-DED, Stk, 7f, Jumelaka, $27K RNA KEE SEP yrl, 15-1
QUALITY ROAD (Elusive Quality), Lane's End, $25K, 178/21/3
4-GP, Msw, 1m, Great Stuff, $185K KEE SEP yrl, 3-1
4-GP, Msw, 1m, +Arbitrator, $40K KEE SEP yrl, 10-1
9-OP, Msw, 6f, Transformative, $150K KEE SEP yrl, 5-1
7-LRL, Msw, 1 1/16m, Squeegee, $30K KEE SEP yrl, 15-1
SING BABY SING (Unbridled's Song), Lane's End Texas, $3K, 51/5/0
7-SUN, Msw, 6f, Ice N Sweet, 9-2
Cont. p5
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Rookies cont.
SUPER SAVER (Maria's Mon), WinStar, $20K, 203/21/4
4-SA, Msw, 6 1/2f, Hauler, $325K OBS MAR 2yo, 20-1
8-LRL, Aoc, 1 1/16m, Unrivaled, $60K RNA KEE SEP yrl, 7-5
TIZDEJAVU (Tiznow), Crestwood Farm, $5K, 95/8/1
9-TAM, Msw, 1mT, Tiz My Valentine, $20K RNA FTK OCT yrl, 6-1
7-LRL, Msw, 1 1/16m, My Team, 20-1
WARRIOR'S REWARD (Medaglia d'Oro), Spendthrift Farm, $13K, 173/18/1
4-GP, Msw, 1m, +Sun Magic, $220K OBS MAR 2yo, 12-1
2-FG, Msw, 5 1/2fT, Medal of Courage, $40K KEE SEP yrl, 8-1
8-AQU, Stk, 1 1/16m, Tencendur, 12-1
B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N
AMERICA
ALLOWANCE RESULTS:
7th-SAX, $71,550, 2-5, Opt. Clm. ($62,500), NW2$X,
4yo/up, 1 1/8mT, 1:47, fm.
ASHLEYLUVSSUGAR (g, 4, Game Plan--Ashley's Folly,
by Urgent Request {Ire}) Lifetime Record: SP, 9-4-0-2,
$215,504. O-Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable & Ciaglia
Racing LLC. B-Estate of Alesia, BranJam Stables &
Ciaglia Racing LLC (CA). T-Peter Eurton.
6th-FGX, $38,000, Opt. Clm. ($12,500), NW1X, (S),
4yo/up, a1mT, 1:37 2/5, gd.
FIST FULL (g, 5, Afternoon Deelites--Messinger {SP},
by Distinctive Pro) Lifetime Record: 20-5-3-2, $77,108.
O/T-Gary M Scherer. B-Kara Gael Baggett & Val C
Murrell (LA).
9th-SUN, $32,900, Opt. Clm. ($32,000), C, (S),
4yo/up, 5 1/2f, 1:02 1/5, ft.
INFINITE BULL (g, 4, King Bull--Fancy Numbers, by
Polish Numbers) Lifetime Record: SP, 11-4-2-1,
$100,547. O/B-Tucumcari Thoroughbreds (NM). T-Greg
Green.
8th-SUN, $30,770, NW1$X, (S), 4yo/up, f/m, 6 1/2f,
1:16 2/5, ft.
LIL LAST DANZ (m, 6, King Bull--Last Danz {SP}, by
Danzatore) Lifetime Record: 15-4-2-0, $71,896.
O-Tucumcari Thoroughbreds. B-Gary Balzano (NM).
T-Greg Green. *Raced without Lasix. **Full to K B=s
Princess, SW, $152,486.
ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:
Blue Hen Madness, f, 3, Any Given Saturday-Lottacosta (SW, $180,499), by Cat Thief. LRL, 2-6,
(C), 6f, 1:12 1/5. B-Elkstone Group LLC (KY).
Graduate of Donna Freyer’s Custom Care Equine LLC
5th-OPX, $61,000, Opt. Clm. ($35,000), NW2X,
4yo/up, f/m, 1 1/16m, 1:46, ft.
BAETYKATY (m, 5, Cat Thief--Katybaety, by Kris S.)
Lifetime Record: 10-6-1-2, $173,280. O-Charles
Garvey. B-Equivine Farm (PA). T-Robertino Diodoro.
*$100,000 HRA >14 FTKJU2.
7th-OPX, $61,000, Opt. Clm. ($40,000), NW2X,
4yo/up, f/m, 6f, 1:10 4/5, ft.
HEYKITTYKITTYKITTY (f, 4, Tactical Cat--Eternal Joy,
by New Way) Lifetime Record: MSW, 11-6-3-1,
$182,871. O-Westrock Stables LLC. B-Diamond G
Ranch Inc (OK). T-Ron Moquett.
8th-LRL, $42,000, C, 4yo/up, f/m, 1m, 1:39, ft.
MALLORY STREET (f, 4, Street Sense--Mayfield, by
Exploit) Lifetime Record: SP, 6-2-2-1, $102,387.
O-Michael J Ryan & Gerry Dilger. B-Falcon Wood
Partners (KY). T-Rudy R Rodriguez. *$140,000 RNA
2yo >13 OBSMAR.
10th-GPX, $42,000, Opt. Clm. ($25,000), NW1X,
4yo/up, f/m, 1m, 1:39 4/5, ft.
STIFFED (f, 4, Stephen Got Even--High Noon Nellie, by
Silver Deputy) Lifetime Record: SP, 9-3-0-2, $86,225.
O/B-Holly Crest Farm (NJ). T-John F Mazza.
8th-FGX, $39,000, Opt. Clm. ($40,000), NW2X,
4yo/up, f/m, a1mT, 1:38 1/5, gd.
TREATY OAK (f, 4, War Chant--Rather Be Wild, by Wild
Again) Lifetime Record: 14-3-3-3, $121,506.
O/B-Columbine Stable LLC (KY). T-Albert M Stall Jr.
*1/2 to Man to Man (Manndar {Ire}), GSP, $168,200.
All horses in the TDN are bred in North America,
unless otherwise indicated
Oh Kay See, f, 3, Notional--Happy Scene, by Dehere.
OPX, 2-6, (C), 6f, 1:12 1/5. B-John R & John C Penn
(PA). *$45,000 RNA wnlg '12 KEENOV; $72,000 yrl
'13 KEESEP. **1/2 to So Many Ways (Sightseeing),
GISW, $717,148.
Discatsonthesquare, f, 4, Square Eddie--Categorize, by
Menifee. SAX, 2-6, (S), 5 1/2f, 1:04. B-Kevin De
Vincenzi (CA).
IN THE UAE:
Mutual Force, h, 7, Arch--Freeroll (SW, $213,619), by
Touch Gold. JBL, 2-6, Hcp., 1800m. B-Claiborne
Farm. *$57,000 yrl >09 KEESEP; 150,000gns 2yo >10
TATAPR.
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Heatherly cont.
Pomellato to Stand in Germany:
Pomellato (Ger) (Big Shuffle--Passata {Fr}, by Polar
Falcon) has been repatriated to stand at Gestut
Westerberg in Germany after holding court for several
years in Iran reported Racing Post. The Gestut Hof
Ittlingen homebred reported home a winner for trainer
Peter Schiergen in two of his three career starts
including the G2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte in France
and the G3 Maurice Lacroix Trophy at Baden-baden. He
finished fourth in between those efforts in his only
attempt at the highest level in the G1 Gran Criterium at
San Siro in Italy. Injury derailed further racecourse
appearances and Pomellato stood for one season in
France before being moved to Iran where he stood for
an Austrian/Iranian syndicate. Despite only siring 11
foals in his first crop, they include the MGSP Another
Party (Fr), the German Listed winner Kamellata (Fr) and
two other stakes-placed winners. The 10-year-old is
scheduled to arrive at Gestut Westerberg in March. A
fee will be announced later.
Williams Lands Protectionist Ride:
Leading Melbourne-based jockey Craig Williams is set
to be reunited with G1 Melbourne Cup hero
Protectionist (Ger) (Monsun {Ger}) when the 5-year-old
returns in the G2 Peter Young S. Feb. 28, Australian
Bloodstock director Jamie Lovett announced. The
question of the Kris Lees trainee=s next rider had been a
hotly debated topic following the horse=s cozy win in a
Newcastle trial earlier this week, with Hugh Bowman in
the irons. Williams had previously ridden the German
import to a fourth-place in the G2 Herbert Power S.,
before British ace Ryan Moore took over for the G1
Melbourne Cup.
Lovett also indicated that Protectionist=s next aim
could be the G1 Australian Cup Mar. 14 over 2000
meters, or the G1 BMW Mar. 28 over 2400 meters,
depending on the horse=s performance on his seasonal
bow.
Heatherly Enters Diamond Picture:
Barrie Griffiths=s debutante winner Heatherly (Aus)
(Lonhro {Aus}) is likely to be stepped up straight to
Group 1 company following her out-of-the-ordinary
display at Moonee Valley Friday. The filly was sent off
the odds-on favorite on the back of a Flemington trial
that had already turned several heads, and overcame an
outside draw to grab an early lead. Jockey Damian Lane
gave her the go-ahead entering the straight, and the
juvenile responded emphatically to score unextended by
1 3/4 lengths.
AShe=s paid up for the Blue Diamond so we=ll take her
home and if she bounces out of this race well, that=s
definitely on the radar,@ trainer Mathew Ellerton told
racing.com. Lane was equally upbeat about the
newcomer, saying, AAYou see so many who trial well
and then can=t handle the race day pressure so it=s good
to see her do it tonight. She had to do a bit of work
from the outside barrier and coming off the back of
only the one jumpout she should be better for the run
[email protected]
Inglis Classic Sale Kicks Off Tomorrow:
Inglis hosts its first yearling sale of the season over
the coming three days in the form of its Inglis Classic
Yearling Sale Summer Book. Due to increasing demand
for places by consignors, an extra day has been added
to this year=s edition of the sale.
AWe were simply inundated with over 1,400 entries
for the Classic Summer Book, and after a rigorous
selection process, physically inspecting every yearling,
we are thrilled to catalogue 574 quality lots,@ said
Jonathan D=Arcy, Inglis National Bloodstock Director.
Flagbearers for the Classic Summer Book over the
last year have included Peggy Jean (Aus) (Myboycharlie
{Ire}), winner of the G1 Sires= Produce S., and Brazen
Beau (Aus) (I Am Invincible {Aus}), winner of the
G1 Coolmore Stud S. in November prior to a stud deal
with Darley. Classic Summer Book graduate Believe
Yourself (Aus) (Sebring {Aus}) won last year=s
G2 Sweet Embrace S.
All yearlings offered during both the Classic Summer
and Autumn books are eligible for entry into Inglis=s
A$5 million race series, covering their 2-, 3- and 4-yearold seasons.
The sale begins at noon local time tomorrow, and at
10 a.m. Monday and Tuesday. For catalogues, results
and live streaming, visit www.inglis.com.au.
Tasmanian Yearling Sale Catalogue Available:
The 121-lot single session Magic Millions Tasmanian
Yearling Sale will be held at the Inveresk Showgrounds
in Launceston beginning at 1:00 p.m. local time Feb.
12. The yearlings are eligible for A$100,000 Tasmanian
feature races as juveniles and 3-year-olds as well as the
A$11.19 million Magic Millions Race Series. AThe recent
trainers tour of farms in Tasmania was well received
and the quality of horses was very well commented
on,@ said Magic Millions Tasmanian Representative Tim
Brown. AI=m not surprised by the positive comments as I
regard this year=s line up superior to those presented in
recent [email protected] For more information or the catalogue, go
to www.magicmillions.com.au.
$5,000 LFSN
“Anybody that knows anything about this game,
watching this race, knows that we just saw
a remarkable performance by a racehorse.
This is your Derby favorite.”
- Andy Serling, NYRA
On the New York road to the Kentucky Derby (G1), in his first start on dirt,
I Want Revenge rose to the top of the three-year-old class in the
Gotham Stakes (G3), drawing off by 8 1/2 widening lengths setting
a new Stakes Record. He defeated the likes of Grade 1 Winners
and Millionaires Haynesfield, Giant Ryan, and Russell Road.
The impressive effort earned him a 113 Beyer Speed Figure,
which was the third-highest three-year-old Beyer of the year
and one of the highest pre-Derby Beyer Figures ever.
I Want Revenge followed up his Gotham win with a spectacular victory
in the Wood Memorial (G1), following in the footsteps of successful sires
Tapit, Empire Maker, Unbridled’s Song, Broad Brush, Pleasant Colony,
and Seattle Slew. After being completely left at the gate,
spotting the field several lengths, and getting pinched in the stretch
several times, I Want Revenge stamped his ticket to Louisville
in one of the year’s most memorable performances.
After devastating back-to-back wins in the Grade 1 Wood and
Grade 3 Gotham Stakes, I Want Revenge was installed as the
morning-line favorite for the 2009 Kentucky Derby.
On the morning of the race, he was scratched like his Grandsire
A.P. Indy, who was also the morning-line favorite.
History has been known to repeat itself on occasion.
A.P. Indy
Inquires to: Liam O’Rourke, Zach Madden, J. Ted Neel & Bobby Miller
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B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N
EUROPE
CONDITIONS RESULTS:
3rd-MPV, i20,000, 2-6, 3yo, 7 1/2f (AWT), 1:30.70,
ft.
ROCKYL (IRE) (g, 3, Rock of Gibraltar {Ire}--Kylayne
{GB} {MGSP-Eng & MSP-Ire, $126,708}, by Kyllachy
{GB}) Lifetime Record: 3 starts, 2 wins, 0 places,
i15,000. O/B-Jean-Claude Seroul (Ire). T-Frederic
Rossi.
1st-MPV, i17,000, 2-6, 4yo, 10f (AWT), 2:08.79, ft.
DANILEO (IRE) (c, 4, Danehill Dancer {Ire}--Saturnine
{Ire} {SW-Fr, $168,283}, by Galileo {Ire}) Lifetime
Record: 9 starts, 3 wins, 5 places, i43,200. O-JeanClaude Seroul. B-Capital Pur Sang & Haras d=Etreham
(Ire). T-Frederic Rossi. *i100,000 yrl >12 ARQAUG.
ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:
Song of Love (Ire), g, 3, Fastnet Rock (Aus)--Delicate
Charm (Ire), by High Chaparral (Ire). DUN, 2-6, 8f
(AWT), 1:38.21. B-Whisperview Trading Ltd (Ire).
Golden Jimmy (Ity), c, 3, Golden Stravinsky--Golden
Sensation (Ity) (SW-Ity), by Turtle Island. NAP, 2-6,
7fT. B-Scuderia Golden Horse (Ity).
Clever Love (Fr), g, 3, Silver Frost (Ire)--Sharp=s Love
(Ire), by Fasliyev. WOL, 2-6, 5f 216y (AWT),
1:14.83. B-P Noue (Fr). *i32,000 yrl >13 ARQAUG.
Singapore Secret (Ire), f, 4, Bushranger (Ire)--Capessa
(Ire), by Perugino. DUN, 2-6, 8f (AWT), 1:37.65.
B-Oliver Donlon (Ire). *i2,000 RNA wnlg >11
GOFNOV; i4,200 yrl >12 TATIRE.
Have A Great Day (Ire), c, 4, Kodiac (GB)--Collada (Ire),
by Desert Prince (Ire). DUN, 2-6, 6f (AWT), 1:12.72.
B-Mrs O M E McKeever (Ire). *8,500gns yrl >12
TATOCT. **1/2 to Cai Shen (Ire) (Iffraaj {GB}),
MGSP-Eng, $178,051.
EUROPEAN-BRED WINNERS
IN THE UAE:
Silver Galaxy (GB), c, 4, Galileo (Ire)--Silver Pivotal (Ire)
(SW & GSP-GB, $114,037), by Pivotal (GB). JBL,
2-6, Cond., 4yo/up, 1950m. B-Newsells Park Stud.
*13,000gns HIT >14 TATJUL.
Absolute Sway (GB), c, 4, New Approach (Ire)--Parisian
Elegance (GB) (SP & GSP-Eng), by Zilzal. JBL,
2-6, Mdn, 3yo/up, 1600m. B-West Dereham Abbey
Stud. *170,000gns yrl >12 TATOCT. **1/2 to March
On Beetroot (GB) (Cape Cross {Ire}), SP-Eng.
***SP-UAE.
Sixty Minutes (GB), h, 5, Compton Place (GB)--Passing
Hour, by Red Ransom. JBL, 2-6, Hcp, NH
4yo/up & SH 3yo/up, 1200m. B-Whitsbury Manor
Stud & AWM Christie Miller. *29,000gns yrl >11
TATOCT; 5,000gns HIT >13 TATJUL.
Gobooll (GB), g, 7, Invincible Spirit (Ire)--Exclusive
Approval, by With Approval (Can). JBL, 2-6,
Hcp, NH 4yo/up & SH 3yo/up, 1400m. B-London
Thoroughbred Services Ltd. *260,000gns yrl >09
TATOCT. **1/2 to In the Light (GB) (Inchinor {GB}),
SP-Fr &Eng, $141,369.
Canwinn (Ire), g, 9, Refuse To Bend (Ire)--Born To
Glamour (GB), by Ajdal. JBL, 2-6, Hcp, NH
4yo/up & SH 3yo/up, 1600m. B-Oak Lodge Stud.
*40,000gns foal >06 TATDEC; 90,000gns yrl >07
TATOCT. **1/2 to Sailing Shoes (GB) (Lahib), GSPGB, $77,368. ***GSP-Fr.
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