Breeding & Sales News
Temple City colt posts fastest quarter at OBS under tack
Hip No. 207, a colt by Temple City consigned by Off the Hook LLC, worked a quarter-mile in :20 4/5 on Tuesday to post the fastest work at the distance at the opening session of the Under Tack Show for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2014 Spring Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training. The colt is out of Juneau (Mr. Greeley) and is a half brother to stakes placed Alaska Miss.
The weather deteriorated during the morning until a heavy thunderstorm forced nearly an hour delay after the second break. Although the rain abated in the afternoon, horses fought gusting headwinds in the stretch for the rest of the session.
Four youngsters shared honors for the session's fastest eighth, each stopping the timer in :9 4/5. Hip 20, consigned by Silver Star, is a filly by Cowtown Cat out of Five Star Annie (Five Star Day), a half-sister to stakes winner Funny Annie (Distorted Humor); Hip 67, a filly by Warrior's Reward consigned by King's Equine, agent for Spendthrift Farm, is out of stakes winner G G's Dolly (Comic Strip); Hip 161, consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent, is by Flatter out of Hurricane Hannah (Southern Halo), a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Lovely Lil (Tiznow); and Hip 168, a Cool Coal Man filly consigned by Halcyon Hammock Farm, agent, out of Inaspecial Way (Seattle Sleet), and is a half-sister to stakes-placed Forbidden Bear (Forbidden Apple).
Under Tack results and videos are posted in the OBS website at obssales.com.
The Under Tack Show continues Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. (EDT) with Hip No.'s 303-604 scheduled to breeze.
The Spring Sale begins April 21 at 10:30 a.m.
Shared Belief returns to worktab
Out of the Storm Cat mare Common Hope and a half-brother to Grade 3 vixen Little Miss Holly, the unbeaten Shared Belief has earned $451,200.
Emollient seeks third Keeneland stakes win in Doubledogdare
Another with notable synthetic credentials is Sisterhood, who narrowly missed in both the Doubledogdare and Arlington Matron last year. The Wesley Ward pupil has been idle since December, when she ended her campaign with a fifth consecutive unplaced finish against stakes foes.
Several quality grass performers are also in the Doubledogdare lineup, including 2013 Bewitch winner Strathnaver. The Graham Motion-trained daughter of Oasis Dream also captured the Lady Baltimore at Laurel in September and was last seen finishing a close third in the My Charmer Handicap at Calder in December.
Solid Appeal kicked off her 2013 campaign with an allowance win over the Keeneland main track and later won the Nassau and Dance Smartly, both Grade 2 events over the Woodbine turf. She will be making her first start since running third in the Cardinal Handicap at Churchill Downs in November.
Others of note are Canadian classic winner Dixie Strike, Remington Park Oaks and Zia Park Oaks runner-up Gold Medal Dancer, and the Grade 3-placed Ire, who has won three of four starts on the Keeneland Polytrack.
Toormore returns to action in Craven
Toormore, Europe's champion two-year-old from last season, heads a strong six-runner field for Thursday's Group 3 Craven Stakes on Newmarket's Rowley Mile, a key trial for the Two Thousand Guineas.
Trained by Richard Hannon Jr., Toormore will be looking to maintain his three-race unbeaten record which climaxed when he won the Vincent O'Brien National Stakes at the Curragh last September. He is third-favorite for the Two Thousand Guineas at Newmarket on May 3, the opening race of the British Champions Series, behind hot favorite Kingman, trained by John Gosden, and the Aidan O'Brien-trained Australia.
There could be a further shake-up in the marketThursday afternoon if Toormore wins impressively under a three-pound penalty over the Guineas course and distance. He will have to beat some serious opposition, however, including the highly regarded Be Ready from Saeed bin Suroor's Godolphin yard.
The son of New Approach made his debut in a staks at Newbury when finishing a clear second behind the Mark Johnston-trained Somewhat. His second start was in another stakes at Doncaster when he ran out a very impressive winner, beating Barley Mow by an easy three lengths. Barley Mow was a close fifth in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere on Arc Day at Longchamp on his next start.
"Be Ready is doing well and working really nicely," bin Suroor said Tuesday morning. "This is a tough race to start his year but he will improve. He was always one of the nicest two-year-olds in my stable, that's why we started him off in a Listed race as we knew that he had the class.
"He looks stronger -- he was weak last year -- and is quiet, calm, relaxed and happy. He has done really well. He's starting to work really well but we will learn a lot more about him from this race.
"We missed the Dewhurst with him as we needed to give him a break -- he was not ready for a Group 1 race and needed time."
Asked about the ideal trip for the colt, bin Suroor said: "A mile and a quarter or a mile and a half might be fine for him. The way he does his work suggests a mile and a quarter but the longer trip is still a possibility."
Asked about Kingman's Greenham Stakes victory, bin Suroor added: "He was really impressive, he won so easily."
Toormore also has to take on his stable companion Anjaal, who won the July Stakes at the Newmarket July Festival last season and who finished just three lengths behind War Command in the Dewhurst on Future Champions Day last October. He also has a three-pound penalty to carry.
The other three contenders include Patentar from Marco Botti's yard. He ran away with a York maiden last season and is in serious consideration for the Guineas.
Luca Cumani runs Postponed, who was a fine second to Oklahoma City in the £500,000 Tattersalls Millions Two-Year-Old Trophy on Newmarket's Rowley Mile last October.
The field is completed by Kevin Ryan's The Great Gatsby, who was runner-up to Outstrip -- subsequent winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf -- in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster last September.
Elsewhere on the card there is a very strong field for the £200,000 Tattersalls Millions Three-Year-Old Trophy, including the runner-up to Kingston Hill in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster, Johann Strauss, trained by Aidan O'Brien
"Johann Strauss gained some valuable experience last year and finished off with a storming run in the Racing Post Trophy," O'Brien said. "He was unlucky on his first run back this season but still showed plenty of promise. He seems to have come out of it in good form so we're hoping he'll run well again in the valuable Tattersalls Millions race on Thursday."
Aljamaaheer tries his hand at sprinting in the Group 3 Abernant Stakes for trainer Roger Varian, while the Group 3 Earl of Sefton Stakes sees the One Thousand Guineas runner-up from last season, Just the Judge, who subsequently took the Irish One Thousand Guineas, make her seasonal debut over a mile and one furlong for trainer Charlie Hills.
Breeders' Cup winner My Flag dies after foaling
Four-time Grade 1 winner My Flag died at Claiborne Farm April 12 after foaling a healthy bay colt by Bernardini.
Bred and raced by Ogden Phipps, the 21-year-old broodmare was a product of two Phipps champions -- 1988 champion two-year-old colt and 1989 Belmont Stakes winner Easy Goer, and the undefeated Hall of Fame mare Personal Ensign, who was named champion older female in 1988.
One of the leading fillies of her generation, My Flag won six races and placed seven times from 20 starts, earning over $1.5 million. Among her victories were the 1995 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies at Belmont Park, and the 1996 runnings of the Ashland at Keeneland, Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont, and Gazelle Handicap at Belmont. My Flag placed in five other stakes, including the 1996 Belmont Stakes.
As a broodmare, My Flag produced 2002 champion two-year-old filly Storm Flag Flying, also winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies. Additionally, she is the dam of Grade 3-placed On Parade as well as stakes winner With Flying Colors and stakes-placed Leading the Parade. My Flag is the second dam of Grade 2 winner Parading.
My Flag has been buried at Claiborne Farm.
French import Lacarolina faces 11 in Appalachian
Kitten Kaboodle, who broke her maiden last fall in the Jessamine over this turf, is hoping to rebound off two sub-par outings. Eleventh of 14 in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf in her two-year-old finale, the Chad Brown trainee ran another dull one in the March 8 Florida Oaks at Tampa Bay Downs, finishing seventh in a field of 12.
Brown will also saddle the field's other European import, Sweet Acclaim, who won on debut at Yarmouth at odds of 40-1 before finishing third in the Oh So Sharp, a Group 3 event at Newmarket.
Recepta, who makes her season debut for trainer Jimmy Toner, made an impressive turf debut last October in the $100,000 Chelsea Flower at Belmont Park. Saddled with an outside post and hung very wide for most of the one-mile trip, the Speightstown filly nonetheless turned in an impressive stretch rally to beat 11 rivals going away by 3 1/4 lengths.
Resistivity, a solid allowance winner two back at Gulfstream in her turf debut, wheels back on 12 days' rest after fading to 10th in the Ashland on Polytrack. Retreating after a wide-trip pressing trip from post 13, the filly easily defeated Jessamine runner-up and returning rival Zinzay by 3 3/4 lengths in that March 15 allowance in Florida.
Other Appalachian notables include Daring Dancer, who captured her only outings at Laurel and Churchill Downs last fall for Graham Motion, and Maria Maria, who finished third behind the graded stakes-winning colts Bobby's Kitten and Global View in a Tampa Bay Downs allowance last month.
Queen Catrine seeks breakthrough in Nell Gwyn
"Her jockeys have always felt that she would be better with some juice in the ground but I am sure that the ground on Wednesday will be beautiful. I would imagine that there will be a lovely covering of grass."
The Nell Gwyn is a proven trial for May 4's One Thousand Guineas. Last year's runner-up, Sky Lantern, went on to land the classic while the race has provided a placed horse in the One Thousand Guineas in each of the previous three years.
Wednesday is the first of 39 racedays at Newmarket in 2014, and this top quality eight-race card promises to get the season off to a flying start with no less than 23 horses running who still hold engagements in either the One Thousand or the Two Thousand Guineas.
In the six-runner European Free Handicap, the unbeaten duo of Shifting Power and Mushir will put their Two Thousand Guineas credentials on the line against the likes of Miracle of Medinah and Parbold, while seven of the 10 combatants in the Feilden Stakes hold Two Thousand Guineas entries including the Irish raider, Obliterator.
Ger Lyons will find out if he has a classic contender on his hands in Obliterator. The Qatar Racing-owned colt was an impressive winner of a Curragh maiden on his only start as a juvenile in September and is a half-brother to the reigning Irish One Thousand Guineas heroine Just the Judge.
Mark Johnston's Somewhat brings the highest official rating to the contest by virtue of finishing second in two Group 2 races last season, although he finished down the field in the Racing Post Trophy. Saeed bin Suroor's True Story was second to subsequent Breeders' Cup winner Outstrip on debut before easily winning his second start back at Newmarket and rates a nice prospect.
The afternoon's most valuable event, the £100,000 Tattersalls Millions Three-Year-Old Sprint, has attracted a high class field of 13 featuring the Two Thousand Guineas hope, Naadirr. Trained by Marco Botti, Naadirr looked to be a smart improver after a win at Kempton last time out in November.
Also among those declared is Godolphin's Wedding Ring, winner of the £100,000 Tattersalls Millions Fillies' Median Auction Stakes in September and the £300,000 Tattersalls Millions Two-Year-Old Fillies' Trophy in October.
"Wedding Ring has been training well on her return from Dubai," trainer Charlie Appleby commented. "We are pleased with her progress and confident that dropping back to six furlongs will suit. She should run a competitive race."
Another prominent runner is Toofi, winner of the £100,000 Tattersalls Millions Median Auction Trophy in September last year.
"He is training very well, and looking at the ratings he must have a chance on Wednesday," trainer Roger Varian offered. "He is in good condition and we will be expecting a bold run. He is a sharp horse and with the prize money involved it looked like an obvious race to start the season with having qualified for it last year."
Beholder returns in Santa Lucia
Like Zenyatta, she is trained by John Shirreffs and will be ridden for the second time in a row by Mike Smith. Owned by St. George Farm Racing, LLC, she is 4-2-1-0 with earnings of $77,800.
The complete field for the Santa Lucia Stakes, to be run as the 8TH race on a nine-race card Sunday, with jockeys and weights in post position order: Legacy, Drayden Van Dyke, 117; Moulin de Mougin, Martin Garcia, 117; Beholder, Gary Stevens, 123; Magic Union, Victor Espinoza, 117; Eblouissante, Mike Smith, 117; City At Dawn, Julien Couton, 117, and Irish Presence, Tyler Baze, 117.
First post time on Sunday is at 12:30 p.m. (PDT). Admission gates will open at 10:30 a.m.
Calvin Borel, who was inducted to Thoroughbred racing's Hall of Fame in 2013 after posting three Kentucky Derby victories in a four-year span (2007, 2009-10), will pilot Ride on Curlin (Curlin) in the May 3 Run for the Roses, The Courier-Journal reports. Borel was up for both previous wins on the "Bronco" Gowan-trained colt, including an allowance triumph earlier this year at Oaklawn Park, but departed for the last two outings, a third in the Rebel (G2) and a runner-up in the Arkansas Derby (G1). In other Kentucky Derby jockey developments, DRF reports that Rafael Bejarano will ride Fountain of Youth (G2) winner and Florida Derby (G1) runner-up Wildcat Red (D'wildcat), replacing John Velazquez, who will take the call on Risen Star (G2) hero and Louisiana Derby (G2) runner-up Intense Holiday (Harlan's Holiday). Agent Ron Anderson confirmed that Joel Rosario, winner of last year's Kentucky Derby on Orb, will have the mount in this year's renewal on General a Rod (Roman Ruler) for trainer Mike Maker. Rosario rode General a Rod to win the Gulfstream Park Derby and finished third on him in the Florida Derby (G1) in his most recent start...
Grade 2 winner Moreno (Ghostzapper) worked a half-mile in :49 3/5 through the snow early Tuesday morning at Keeneland with jockey Joel Rosario up for trainer Eric Guillot in preparation for Saturday's $1.5 million Charles Town Classic (G2) at 1 1/8 miles. Working on his own, Moreno went the first quarter-mile in :25 and galloped out five furlongs in 1:02 2/5. "That is what Eric wanted," said John Daley, who oversaw the work of Moreno, who was scheduled to make his 2014 debut in last Saturday's Oaklawn H. (G2). "He got to Oaklawn on Wednesday and was off his feed Thursday, so we scratched out of there," Daley said. "He flew in here Sunday, galloped Monday and we are leaving at 11:30 (a.m. EDT Tuesday morning) for West Virginia." Rosario will have the mount on Moreno on Saturday, according to his agent, Ron Anderson.
Up With the Birds (Stormy Atlantic) became a two-time Sovereign Award winner over the weekend as Canada's 2013 Horse of the Year and champion three-year-old. Trainer Malcolm Pierce has Up With the Birds at Keeneland, where he made his 2014 debut April 5 and finished sixth in a turf allowance test. "Maybe I did not have him tight enough, but he is the kind of horse that has to race himself into shape," Pierce said. "The other day when he ran, the turf was not that firm." Pierce said his horses would begin shipping to their home base at Woodbine the middle of next week. Plans for Up With the Birds might include a trip to Baltimore. "I have been thinking about the ($400,000) Dixie (G2) at Pimlico (on May 17)," Pierce said. "Timing-wise that would be perfect."...
A disappointing seventh as the 2-1 favorite in the February 9 Gulfstream Park Turf H. (G1), Summer Front (War Front) will look to rebound in Saturday's $100,000 Miami Mile H. (G3) at Calder. The five-year-old Christophe Clement trainee kicked off the season with a victory in the Ft. Lauderdale S. (G2) by three parts of a length, and figures to be a strong favorite to defend his title in the Miami Mile, which he won last year by 1 1/2 lengths. Also in the lineup is Hey Leroy (Any Given Saturday), who pulled off an 11-1 upset of the Appleton S. (G3) at Gulfstream last month in his stakes debut for trainer Manny Azpurua, and Travelin Man (Trippi), a Grade 2 winner on dirt who finished second in the Gulfstream Park Turf Sprint two back. Csaba (Kitten's Joy), a multiple Grade 3 winner on Calder's main track, is entered for the main track only...
Goldy Espony (Vespone) tried black-type company in the Prix Policeman over 10 furlongs on Cagnes-sur-Mer's Polytrack February 22 before stepping up to win the Prix Rose de Mai over that trip at Saint-Cloud March 15 and followed up in Tuesday's Prix Penelope (Fr-G3) with a determined effort to stay on the road to the Prix de Diane (Fr-G1). Settled in second early, the gray took over before the quarter pole and dug in to beat Hug and a Kiss (Thewayyouare) in the drive to the line...
Free Eagle (High Chaparral), third choice at 16-1 for the Epsom Derby (Eng-G1) with some bookmakers, will miss the June 7 classic after suffering a setback in training, conditioner Dermot Weld told Racing Post. "Unfortunately Free Eagle has had a training setback and there won't be enough time to have him ready to run at Epsom or in the Irish Derby (Ire-G1)," the trainer told the trade daily. "He should be back in full training in early July to be prepared for an autumn campaign." A 5 1/2-length first-out maiden winner at Leopardstown last August, the Moyglare Stud homebred was second to Australia (Galileo) in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Trial (Ire-G3) when last seen September 7...
The fields were drawn Tuesday for the second day of The Championships, Saturday at Royal Randwick, with the Queen Elizabeth S. (Aus-G1) set to be the centerpiece. The Queen Elizabeth was given a major boost when the program for The Championships was unveiled last year, with the purse rising from A$500,000 in 2013 to A$4 million this year. It thus becomes the world's richest race over 2000 meters on the turf, and Australia's richest weight-for-age contest, surpassing the A$3 million Cox Plate (Aus-G1) run in Melbourne in the spring. Trainer Chris Waller stole the show during the opening card of The Championships last weekend when saddling the first four home from five saddled in the Doncaster Mile (Aus-G1). Waller once again saddles five here, with four from the Doncaster returning including the victorious Sacred Falls (O'Reilly) and dual Group 1-winning miler Boban (Bernardini) being added to the mix in an attempt to give Sydney's champion trainer his second straight renewal of the race. All of those runners bar Hawkspur (Purrealist) in gate four have drawn the four widest barriers, with Sacred Falls widest of all in 12. Carlton House (Street Cry), well fancied after a strong second in the Ranvet S. (Aus-G1) March 22, has landed in barrier five in his attempt to provide his owner, The Queen, with what would be a popular victory in the race named for her. The horse that finished ahead of Carlton House in the Ranvet, Silent Achiever (O'Reilly), will exit from barrier seven as she looks to make it four consecutive Group 1 victories...
Sacred Falls (O'Reilly), winner of his second consecutive Doncaster Mile (Aus-G1) Saturday, will stand alongside his sire at Waikato Stud in New Zealand for the 2014 Southern Hemisphere breeding season, ANZ Bloodstock News reports. Speaking to that trade daily, Waikato Stud's general manager Mark Chittick said: "Sacred Falls will be at stud this year and we're getting pretty close to setting our service fees. We did speak about it last week and obviously he was going to be 'fee to be advised'. There's probably been a little bit of change after Saturday, so it's a good position to be in. I went down to watch him gallop at the beginning of his three-year-old spring campaign and I said straight away he was the closest thing I'd seen to (dual Group 1 winner) O'Reilly galloping since O'Reilly." The five-year-old Sacred Falls led home a 1-2-3-4 finish for trainer Chris Waller in the Doncaster, and is entered for Saturday's A$4 million Queen Elizabeth S. (Aus-G1) at Royal Randwick in what could be his final start...
The 35th Asian Racing Conference, set for May 5-8 at the Hong Kong Conference and Exhibition Centre, will kick off with a key session under the heading "Racing's lifeblood the future landscape for wagering." Included amongst the speakers on this topic are Betfair Chief Executive Officer Breon Corcoran; Philippe Germond, Chief Executive Officer of France's totalisator operator Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU), and British Horseracing Authority Chief Executive Paul Bittar. The session will be opened and chaired by Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Jockey Club. During the session, expert market analyst Jennifer Owens, who spent 16 years as a top-ranked analyst for Citi and Macquarie Banks, will unveil a landmark report on the sector and on future funding that will be available to racing globally. The report will examine current trends in wagering, analyze factors influencing performance, and provide a view of what the future holds for betting on and funding of racing. The Asian Racing Conference is set to welcome a number of delegates and 700 confirmed guests from 40 countries.
NORTH AMERICAN NON-GRADED STAKES RESULTS
NORTH AMERICAN ALLOWANCE RESULTS
North American Maiden Winners
SANTA ANITA NOTEBOOK
APRIL 16, 2014
by John Mucciolo
A trio of graded races topped the week at Santa Anita.
Potrero Grande S. (G2): Tom Mansor et al's BIG MAHCER (Beau Genius) moved to the fore in late stretch and held off a late rally to win by a nose and pick up his first graded trophy. With Tyler Baze, the Richard Baltas trainee finished off 6 1/2 furlongs in 1:14 4/5 on the fast main oval.
Santa Barbara H. (G2): Steve Moger's STORMY LUCY (Stormy Atlantic) commenced her run approaching the turn for home and caught a real nice one in late stretch to win for conditioner Ed Moger. The five-year-old mare, who has bagged two straight graded wins, went nine panels on the firm lawn in 1:58 3/5 under the guidance of Rafael Bejarano.
San Simeon S. (G3): Hronis Racing's SWEET SWAP (Candy Ride) led soon after the break, fended off a foe at the top of the lane and spurted home a half-length winner for trainer John Sadler. The five-year-old clocked the about 6 1/2 furlongs in a swift 1:11 2/5 beneath Joe Talamo.
From a total of 34 races held at the Arcadia, California racetrack during the past week, favorites won at a 41 percent clip and the top two betting choices combined for 68 percent of the wins. From 21 frays contested on the dirt oval, nine animals won in wire-to-wire fashion (43 percent), while six of the 13 grassy tilts were taken all the way on the front end (46 percent).
From 11 main-track races from Wednesday and Thursday, eight of the winners led from start to finish. The surface seemed biased to us at that point, but all types were coming in over the weekend, with early speed not holding such an advantage. Oddly, not a single horse broke from the rail and won on the dirt this week.
The turf course was also very kind to front-runners, with six leading all the way. Three came in route runs, while the other trio came in downhill dashes. We've seen where some locals have claimed how hard and speed favoring the turf is playing lately, so we'll get on the bandwagon and agree.
HORSES TO WATCH
1ST -- NEWFOUND GOLD (Newfoundland) got the jump out of the gate and never let his main foe by while looking to have some in reserve in the end under Tyler Baze. The in-form seven-year-old will likely be a nice claim for Ted West, after running a fast final time for this level.
4TH -- TANCRED (Majestic Warrior) looked to be going up and down for a lot of the stretch in his comeback race since being off since the summer, though the four-year-old kicked into another gear inside the final furlong and won this dash going away. The Jose Jimenez trainee beat a useful field for the level and should be a player in his return.
6TH -- CHELIOS (Distorted Humor) gave a nice impression in facing elder winners off the layoff in grinding away from off the pace to be second, behind a very sharp winner that could be a stakes type. Tab this Proctor for future success as he might run longer and possibly on any kind of oval.
5TH -- The consistent CAT BURGLAR (Unbridled's Song) made a sharp move in early stretch to get the lead and held the second choice at bay through the stretch in posting a strong allowance tally for conditioner Bob Baffert. The four-year-old colt has run first or second in each run since his debut and we expect the colt to be stakes bound next time.
6TH -- OLIVER'S TALE (E Dubai) broke slow but sped to the front shortly there after and never looked back in a dominating performance in his first turf outing. The Mark Tsagalakis trainee finished the about 6 1/2 furlongs in a wicked 1:11 4/5 and we'd say he found his niche.
HAWKEDON (Macho Uno), unraced since May, put in a solid late run to be a clear second on this occasion, and he should be a major player in his return after running into a buzz saw in this dash.
A Look Ahead
Santa Anita will host only two days of racing this week (Saturday and Sunday) and there are no graded races on tap. However, Beholder will return to action Sunday in the Santa Lucia, a 1 1/16-mile event on the main track. The two-time champion is prepping for her first major engagement of the season, a scheduled match-up against Princess of Sylmar and Close Hatches in the Grade 1, $1.5 million Ogden Phipps on the June 14 Belmont Stakes undercard.
(through April 14, 2014)
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