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SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2015

Triple Crown News & Notes

El Kabeir picks up Borel for Derby

Calvin Borel had ridden El Kabeir to victory in the November 29 Kentucky Jockey Club at Churchill (Churchill Downs/Reed Palmer Photography)
Grade 2 hero El Kabeir (Scat Daddy), a belated third off a slow pace in the April 4 Wood Memorial (G1), will get a rider switch for the May 2 Kentucky Derby (G1) -- to three-time Derby winner Calvin Borel.

Zayat Stables tweeted the news on Sunday, adding that Ramon Vazquez would have the mount on Mr. Z (Malibu Moon) to complete their Derby riding arrangements. Zayat homebred champion American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile), the likely Derby favorite, was already long secured by regular rider Victor Espinoza.

El Kabeir and Borel have teamed up successfully at Churchill Downs before, in last fall's Kentucky Jockey Club (G2). Borel's most recent Derby winner, Super Saver (2010), had likewise won the Kentucky Jockey Club as a juvenile. The Hall of Fame jockey previously scored in the 2007 and 2009 editions of the Derby with Street Sense and Mine That Bird, respectively.

During El Kabeir's winter campaign at Aqueduct, C.C. Lopez had the call, guiding the gray to victories in the Jerome (G3) and Gotham (G3) and a second in the Withers (G3). After he was beaten 5 3/4 lengths in the Wood, however, owner Ahmed Zayat publicly discussed a rider change.

On Sunday, El Kabeir breezed five-eighths in 1:00 on the fast main track at Belmont Park for trainer John Terranova.

Mr. Z, most recently third in the Arkansas Derby (G1), is set to work on Wednesday or Thursday at Churchill Downs, according to Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas.

Rafael Bejarano has also lined up his Derby mount by committing to Bolo (Temple City), the third-place finisher in both the San Felipe (G2) and Santa Anita Derby (G1). Co-owner Keith Brackpool made the announcement via Twitter.

In other Derby news:

Assistant trainer Norman Casse said John C. Oxley's Danzig Moon (Malibu Moon) came out of Saturday's swift five-furlong work in :58 in good shape.

"Everything's perfect," said Casse, the son of trainer Mark Casse who oversees his father's stable at Churchill Downs.

The younger Casse said his father would be at Churchill Downs on Saturday for a four-furlong work that would be the final pre-Derby training move.

Ken and Sarah Ramsey's International Star (Fusaichi Pegasus), winner of the Louisiana Derby (G2) and the points leader on the "Road to the Kentucky Derby" Leaderboard, came out of his Saturday work at Churchill Downs well, according to trainer Mike Maker. He breezed five furlongs in 1:01 4/5 under jockey Miguel Mena.

International Star returned to Maker's base at Trackside training center after the work, but will return to Churchill Downs this week and will remain at the track through his Kentucky Derby run. Maker said Saturday that the colt would return to Churchill Downs on Monday or Tuesday, but said Sunday that the plan had changed and the four-mile journey from Trackside had been pushed back to later in the week.

Stall manager Steve Hargrave reports Philip S. Birsh's Wood Memorial runner-up Tencendur (Warrior's Reward), trained by George Weaver, is expected to arrive at Churchill Monday after a van ride from New York.

Loooch Racing Stables and Glenn K. Ellis' War Story (Northern Afleet) is scheduled to work at Churchill on Wednesday, according to trainer Tom Amoss.

Robert V. LaPenta and Harry T. Rosenblum's Arkansas Derby runner-up Far Right is aiming to work on Saturday or Sunday at Churchill, trainer Ron Moquett reports.

"Bubble" horses Frammento (Midshipman) and Bold Conquest (Curlin), numbers 22 and 23 on the leaderboard, are mapping out their work schedules in hopes of getting into the 20-horse field for Derby 141.

Ackerley Brothers Farm's Bold Conquest, runner-up in the Iroquois (G3) at Churchill Downs and third in the Rebel (G2) at Oaklawn Park, is slated to work beneath the Twin Spires Monday. Trainer Steve Asmussen said Monday's weather would determine whether he would work shortly after the track opens for training at 6 a.m. or during the training period for Oaks and Derby horses.

Trainer Nick Zito said that Frammento, fourth in the Blue Grass (G1) in his latest, would work at Keeneland Saturday.

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El Kabeir picks up Borel for Derby

Calvin Borel had ridden El Kabeir to victory in the November 29 Kentucky Jockey Club at Churchill (Churchill Downs/Reed Palmer Photography)
Grade 2 hero El Kabeir (Scat Daddy), a belated third off a slow pace in the April 4 Wood Memorial (G1), will get a rider switch for the May 2 Kentucky Derby (G1) -- to three-time Derby winner Calvin Borel.

Zayat Stables tweeted the news on Sunday, adding that Ramon Vazquez would have the mount on Mr. Z (Malibu Moon) to complete their Derby riding arrangements. Zayat homebred champion American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile), the likely Derby favorite, was already long secured by regular rider Victor Espinoza.

El Kabeir and Borel have teamed up successfully at Churchill Downs before, in last fall's Kentucky Jockey Club (G2). Borel's most recent Derby winner, Super Saver (2010), had likewise won the Kentucky Jockey Club as a juvenile. The Hall of Fame jockey previously scored in the 2007 and 2009 editions of the Derby with Street Sense and Mine That Bird, respectively.

During El Kabeir's winter campaign at Aqueduct, C.C. Lopez had the call, guiding the gray to victories in the Jerome (G3) and Gotham (G3) and a second in the Withers (G3). After he was beaten 5 3/4 lengths in the Wood, however, owner Ahmed Zayat publicly discussed a rider change.

On Sunday, El Kabeir breezed five-eighths in 1:00 on the fast main track at Belmont Park for trainer John Terranova.

Mr. Z, most recently third in the Arkansas Derby (G1), is set to work on Wednesday or Thursday at Churchill Downs, according to Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas.

Rafael Bejarano has also lined up his Derby mount by committing to Bolo (Temple City), the third-place finisher in both the San Felipe (G2) and Santa Anita Derby (G1). Co-owner Keith Brackpool made the announcement via Twitter.

In other Derby news:

Assistant trainer Norman Casse said John C. Oxley's Danzig Moon (Malibu Moon) came out of Saturday's swift five-furlong work in :58 in good shape.

"Everything's perfect," said Casse, the son of trainer Mark Casse who oversees his father's stable at Churchill Downs.

The younger Casse said his father would be at Churchill Downs on Saturday for a four-furlong work that would be the final pre-Derby training move.

Ken and Sarah Ramsey's International Star (Fusaichi Pegasus), winner of the Louisiana Derby (G2) and the points leader on the "Road to the Kentucky Derby" Leaderboard, came out of his Saturday work at Churchill Downs well, according to trainer Mike Maker. He breezed five furlongs in 1:01 4/5 under jockey Miguel Mena.

International Star returned to Maker's base at Trackside training center after the work, but will return to Churchill Downs this week and will remain at the track through his Kentucky Derby run. Maker said Saturday that the colt would return to Churchill Downs on Monday or Tuesday, but said Sunday that the plan had changed and the four-mile journey from Trackside had been pushed back to later in the week.

Stall manager Steve Hargrave reports Philip S. Birsh's Wood Memorial runner-up Tencendur (Warrior's Reward), trained by George Weaver, is expected to arrive at Churchill Monday after a van ride from New York.

Loooch Racing Stables and Glenn K. Ellis' War Story (Northern Afleet) is scheduled to work at Churchill on Wednesday, according to trainer Tom Amoss.

Robert V. LaPenta and Harry T. Rosenblum's Arkansas Derby runner-up Far Right is aiming to work on Saturday or Sunday at Churchill, trainer Ron Moquett reports.

"Bubble" horses Frammento (Midshipman) and Bold Conquest (Curlin), numbers 22 and 23 on the leaderboard, are mapping out their work schedules in hopes of getting into the 20-horse field for Derby 141.

Ackerley Brothers Farm's Bold Conquest, runner-up in the Iroquois (G3) at Churchill Downs and third in the Rebel (G2) at Oaklawn Park, is slated to work beneath the Twin Spires Monday. Trainer Steve Asmussen said Monday's weather would determine whether he would work shortly after the track opens for training at 6 a.m. or during the training period for Oaks and Derby horses.

Trainer Nick Zito said that Frammento, fourth in the Blue Grass (G1) in his latest, would work at Keeneland Saturday.

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Shared Belief scheduled for nuclear scan

Shared Belief looked well one day after being pulled up in the Charles Town Classic (Photo courtesy of Dan Ward Jr. via Instagram)
Champion Shared Belief (Candy Ride) was scheduled to undergo a nuclear scan on Sunday, one day after he was pulled up by jockey Mike Smith as the 3-10 favorite entering the second of three turns in Saturday's 1 1/8-mile Charles Town Classic (G2).

"He's going for a scan at a facility near the track and see if they can find anything," assistant trainer Dan Ward said Sunday at Santa Anita. "We don't think it's serious."

"He seems to be doing very well today. There's a little something bugging him in his right hind, but he walked sound, and he jogged down the road sound," trainer Jerry Hollendorfer told Daily Racing Form. "We're going to give the horse a good going over from head to toe with a nuclear scan. Hopefully, nothing will be wrong."

West Virginia State Veterinarian Dr. Elizabeth Daniel reported after the race that she noted Shared Belief had a slightly swollen stifle.

"When I got to the horse, I saw a little soft tissue swelling in the right stifle," she explained. "We gather it's something that happened leaving the starting gate. He didn't appear to be traveling well from the time he left the gate."

Shared Belief brought a three-race win streak in the Charles Town Classic, including a romping 4 1/4-length score in the Santa Anita H. (G1) on March 7. The dark bay gelding won all three of his starts during Santa Anita's winter meet, including the December 26 Malibu S. (G1) at seven furlongs and February 7 San Antonio Invitational (G2), in which he defeated Horse of the Year California Chrome.

Shared Belief had won 10 of 11 starts before the Charles Town Classic and earned $2,932,200. His only loss before Saturday came in last year's Breeders' Cup Classic (G1).

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Shared Belief scheduled for nuclear scan

Shared Belief looked well one day after being pulled up in the Charles Town Classic (Photo courtesy of Dan Ward Jr. via Instagram)
Champion Shared Belief (Candy Ride) was scheduled to undergo a nuclear scan on Sunday, one day after he was pulled up by jockey Mike Smith as the 3-10 favorite entering the second of three turns in Saturday's 1 1/8-mile Charles Town Classic (G2).

"He's going for a scan at a facility near the track and see if they can find anything," assistant trainer Dan Ward said Sunday at Santa Anita. "We don't think it's serious."

"He seems to be doing very well today. There's a little something bugging him in his right hind, but he walked sound, and he jogged down the road sound," trainer Jerry Hollendorfer told Daily Racing Form. "We're going to give the horse a good going over from head to toe with a nuclear scan. Hopefully, nothing will be wrong."

West Virginia State Veterinarian Dr. Elizabeth Daniel reported after the race that she noted Shared Belief had a slightly swollen stifle.

"When I got to the horse, I saw a little soft tissue swelling in the right stifle," she explained. "We gather it's something that happened leaving the starting gate. He didn't appear to be traveling well from the time he left the gate."

Shared Belief brought a three-race win streak in the Charles Town Classic, including a romping 4 1/4-length score in the Santa Anita H. (G1) on March 7. The dark bay gelding won all three of his starts during Santa Anita's winter meet, including the December 26 Malibu S. (G1) at seven furlongs and February 7 San Antonio Invitational (G2), in which he defeated Horse of the Year California Chrome.

Shared Belief had won 10 of 11 starts before the Charles Town Classic and earned $2,932,200. His only loss before Saturday came in last year's Breeders' Cup Classic (G1).

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Desormeaux mapping out Texas Red's return to training

Texas Red could return to serious training in mid-May (Breeders' Cup Ltd.)
Trainer Keith Desormeaux has long-range plans for Texas Red (Afleet Alex).

The Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner (G1) will miss the Triple Crown due to abscess issues with his right front foot, but they're behind him and now the trainer and part owner of the bay sophomore is looking to get his colt back in serious training soon.

"He's doing great," Desormeaux said. "We did an ultra sound about two weeks ago last Saturday and he got a clean bill of health. They told me to go easy on him a couple more weeks, which brings us to May 1, and then I'll start cranking up.

"He's good. That was nice news; he looks great and he's ready to go."

Anyone can offer thoughts about the 141st Kentucky Derby (G1) on May 2, Desormeaux included, although he's first to admit he's not an expert.

"It's all a matter of opinion," he said, "and to tell you the truth, I don't have enough experience to be an authority, but in my opinion, there's only one horse -- American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile).

"The Derby process is a difficult one, experience is very important, and American Pharoah has never been tested at being rated; that's what's important. But he seems like such a sensible animal. If the pace is stupid, they should be able to rate him."

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Desormeaux mapping out Texas Red's return to training

Texas Red could return to serious training in mid-May (Breeders' Cup Ltd.)
Trainer Keith Desormeaux has long-range plans for Texas Red (Afleet Alex).

The Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner (G1) will miss the Triple Crown due to abscess issues with his right front foot, but they're behind him and now the trainer and part owner of the bay sophomore is looking to get his colt back in serious training soon.

"He's doing great," Desormeaux said. "We did an ultra sound about two weeks ago last Saturday and he got a clean bill of health. They told me to go easy on him a couple more weeks, which brings us to May 1, and then I'll start cranking up.

"He's good. That was nice news; he looks great and he's ready to go."

Anyone can offer thoughts about the 141st Kentucky Derby (G1) on May 2, Desormeaux included, although he's first to admit he's not an expert.

"It's all a matter of opinion," he said, "and to tell you the truth, I don't have enough experience to be an authority, but in my opinion, there's only one horse -- American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile).

"The Derby process is a difficult one, experience is very important, and American Pharoah has never been tested at being rated; that's what's important. But he seems like such a sensible animal. If the pace is stupid, they should be able to rate him."

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I'm a Chatterbox, Shook Up tune up for Oaks; Peace and War hopes to get in

I'm a Chatterbox and Florent Geroux have been an unbeatable team (Keeneland/Coady Photography)
At Keeneland on Sunday, Fletcher and Carolyn Gray's I'm a Chatterbox (Munnings), one of the leading contenders for the $1 million Kentucky Oaks (G1) to be run May 1 at Churchill Downs, worked five furlongs in 1:01 1/5 with jockey Florent Geroux aboard.

As the first horse to work after the morning renovation break over a track dampened by light morning showers, I'm a Chatterbox recorded fractions of :12, :23 3/5, :36 and galloped out six furlongs in 1:14 4/5. It was her first work since winning the Fair Grounds Oaks (G2) on March 28.

"Florent was smiling when he came back and that was good," trainer Larry Jones said. "She was not blowing hard at all and it was an easy work on her."

I'm a Chatterbox and Geroux are riding a three-race win streak in the Silverbulletday, Rachel Alexandra (G3) and Fair Grounds Oaks.

"She worked just like she has prior to her last three races," said Geroux, who began partnering with I'm a Chatterbox in January. "I had a good hold on her and she got a good feel for the track."

Geroux, who never has ridden in the Kentucky Oaks, sees a different filly today than the one in January.

"She is more mature and stronger," Geroux said. "She is doing things the right way and she is very versatile (in her running style), which is a good thing."

Jones also trains Lovely Maria (Majesticperfection), winner of the Ashland (G1) here on April 4. Owned by Brereton Jones, Lovely Maria will be ridden in the Oaks by Kerwin Clark, who also has not competed in the race.

A two-time winner of the Oaks, Larry Jones said I'm a Chatterbox and Lovely Maria will ship to Churchill Downs on Friday and work there Sunday.

"Proud Spell (2008) and Believe You Can (2012) both were doing very well going into the Oaks and these two are very similar," he said.

Also working Sunday was Qatar Racing's Peace and War (War Front), who needs eight defections from the prospective Oaks field in order to make it into the gate.

With the thought in mind that a slim chance still exists, trainer Olly Stevens elected to work Peace and War early Sunday morning on the dirt at Keeneland.

"Why worry about rain and work on the turf when the Oaks is what we came for?" Stevens said. "I am praying that we get in. If we get a shot, that is where we want to go."

With exercise rider Tegan Clark aboard, Peace and War worked a half-mile in :47 3/5 with fractions of :12, :24 and :36 over a fast track.

Winner of the Alcibiades (G1) here last fall to earn 10 points toward the Oaks, Peace and War finished last in the Ashland in her first race in six months.

"She has done well since the Ashland," Stevens said. "She had a little skin infection and missed one day of training but had a nice work (last Monday). She did well this morning and I had her in :47 and a shade.

"It is frustrating. She was the fourth-ranked filly in the world last year and under the old system (of graded stakes earnings to get in the Oaks) she would be in the top 10. I know she is a good filly. Maybe I underestimated how taxing the dirt track could be."

Stevens said Julien Leparoux would retain the mount on Peace and War, who would go to Churchill Downs "as late as possible."

Peace and War also is nominated to the $200,000 Eight Belles (G3) at seven furlongs on the main track and the $150,000 Edgewood (G3) at 1 1/16 miles on the grass. Both races are May 1, the same day as the Oaks. In Kentucky, horses may be entered in only one race on a given day.

"If the Eight Belles were at a mile, we would look at that," Stevens said. "I will get with (Racing Secretary) Ben (Huffman) and see how it looks. I may enter (the Oaks can have 18 entries with four also-eligibles) and if we can't get in look at the ($250,000,) Black-Eyed Susan ([G2] at 1 1/8 miles on May 15 at Pimlico)."

Over at Churchill Downs, Regis Racing's Shook Up (Tapit) posted a sparkling five-furlong work on Sunday. The Steve Asmussen-trained runner-up in the Fair Grounds Oaks breezed around 6:30 a.m. (EDT) and turned in a bullet move when she covered five furlongs in :59. Shook Up's move over a fast track under exercise rider Mike Callaham ranked as the fastest of 51 works at the distance.

Shook Up worked in company with stablemate Indian Rocket (Indian Charlie) and Churchill Downs clockers recorded internal fractions of :12 and :34 4/5 for Shook Up and she galloped out six furlongs in 1:12 3/5. Shook Up started her breeze one length behind her workmate and finished two lengths in front. Indian Rocket covered the distance in :59 3/5, which ranked as Sunday's second-fastest work at the distance.

The six-furlong gallop-out by Shook Up was faster than a six-furlong work by 2014 Kentucky Derby (G1) runner-up Commanding Curve (Master Command), who covered the distance in 1:13.

"She's a tremendously talented filly," Asmussen said. "I feel very good about all the time she's had here at Churchill and how comfortable she is with the surroundings."

Shook Up will have one more work at Churchill Downs prior to her run in the Oaks.

"We'll worry about what we have control over and get her there in as good a condition as possible," Asmussen said. "We hope to draw well and you hope you get a better trip."

In other Oaks news:

Assistant trainer Kenny McCarthy reported that Donegal Racing's homebred Puca (Big Brown) "looked fine" on the morning after her first work at Churchill Downs. The Bill Mott trainee, runner-up in Aqueduct's Gazelle (G2), breezed four furlongs in :48 1/5.

Two-time Kentucky Oaks-winning trainer Bob Baffert said he was leaning toward a run in the Kentucky Oaks by Kaleem Shah's Luminance (Tale of the Cat) following her sizzling work at Churchill Downs on Saturday. The runner-up to Stellar Wind (Curlin) in the Santa Anita Oaks (G1) breezed four furlongs in a bullet :46.

Baffert said that Maybellene (Lookin at Lucky), a filly owned by his wife Jill and under consideration for an Oaks bid, would work at Churchill Downs on Tuesday. She won the Sunland Oaks via the disqualification of stablemate Callback (Street Sense) in her most recent start.

Stall manager Steve Hargrave reports Michael Dubb, Bethlehem Stables and The Elkstone Group's Spinaway (G1), Demoiselle (G2), Busher and Gazelle winner Condo Commando (Tiz Wonderful), trained by Rudy Rodriguez, is expected to arrive at Churchill Monday after a van ride from New York.

Santa Anita Oaks winner Stellar Wind, who worked five furlongs Friday in 1:01 at Santa Anita, will ship next Saturday, April 26, for the Oaks, trainer John Sadler said.

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I'm a Chatterbox, Shook Up tune up for Oaks; Peace and War hopes to get in

I'm a Chatterbox and Florent Geroux have been an unbeatable team (Keeneland/Coady Photography)
At Keeneland on Sunday, Fletcher and Carolyn Gray's I'm a Chatterbox (Munnings), one of the leading contenders for the $1 million Kentucky Oaks (G1) to be run May 1 at Churchill Downs, worked five furlongs in 1:01 1/5 with jockey Florent Geroux aboard.

As the first horse to work after the morning renovation break over a track dampened by light morning showers, I'm a Chatterbox recorded fractions of :12, :23 3/5, :36 and galloped out six furlongs in 1:14 4/5. It was her first work since winning the Fair Grounds Oaks (G2) on March 28.

"Florent was smiling when he came back and that was good," trainer Larry Jones said. "She was not blowing hard at all and it was an easy work on her."

I'm a Chatterbox and Geroux are riding a three-race win streak in the Silverbulletday, Rachel Alexandra (G3) and Fair Grounds Oaks.

"She worked just like she has prior to her last three races," said Geroux, who began partnering with I'm a Chatterbox in January. "I had a good hold on her and she got a good feel for the track."

Geroux, who never has ridden in the Kentucky Oaks, sees a different filly today than the one in January.

"She is more mature and stronger," Geroux said. "She is doing things the right way and she is very versatile (in her running style), which is a good thing."

Jones also trains Lovely Maria (Majesticperfection), winner of the Ashland (G1) here on April 4. Owned by Brereton Jones, Lovely Maria will be ridden in the Oaks by Kerwin Clark, who also has not competed in the race.

A two-time winner of the Oaks, Larry Jones said I'm a Chatterbox and Lovely Maria will ship to Churchill Downs on Friday and work there Sunday.

"Proud Spell (2008) and Believe You Can (2012) both were doing very well going into the Oaks and these two are very similar," he said.

Also working Sunday was Qatar Racing's Peace and War (War Front), who needs eight defections from the prospective Oaks field in order to make it into the gate.

With the thought in mind that a slim chance still exists, trainer Olly Stevens elected to work Peace and War early Sunday morning on the dirt at Keeneland.

"Why worry about rain and work on the turf when the Oaks is what we came for?" Stevens said. "I am praying that we get in. If we get a shot, that is where we want to go."

With exercise rider Tegan Clark aboard, Peace and War worked a half-mile in :47 3/5 with fractions of :12, :24 and :36 over a fast track.

Winner of the Alcibiades (G1) here last fall to earn 10 points toward the Oaks, Peace and War finished last in the Ashland in her first race in six months.

"She has done well since the Ashland," Stevens said. "She had a little skin infection and missed one day of training but had a nice work (last Monday). She did well this morning and I had her in :47 and a shade.

"It is frustrating. She was the fourth-ranked filly in the world last year and under the old system (of graded stakes earnings to get in the Oaks) she would be in the top 10. I know she is a good filly. Maybe I underestimated how taxing the dirt track could be."

Stevens said Julien Leparoux would retain the mount on Peace and War, who would go to Churchill Downs "as late as possible."

Peace and War also is nominated to the $200,000 Eight Belles (G3) at seven furlongs on the main track and the $150,000 Edgewood (G3) at 1 1/16 miles on the grass. Both races are May 1, the same day as the Oaks. In Kentucky, horses may be entered in only one race on a given day.

"If the Eight Belles were at a mile, we would look at that," Stevens said. "I will get with (Racing Secretary) Ben (Huffman) and see how it looks. I may enter (the Oaks can have 18 entries with four also-eligibles) and if we can't get in look at the ($250,000,) Black-Eyed Susan ([G2] at 1 1/8 miles on May 15 at Pimlico)."

Over at Churchill Downs, Regis Racing's Shook Up (Tapit) posted a sparkling five-furlong work on Sunday. The Steve Asmussen-trained runner-up in the Fair Grounds Oaks breezed around 6:30 a.m. (EDT) and turned in a bullet move when she covered five furlongs in :59. Shook Up's move over a fast track under exercise rider Mike Callaham ranked as the fastest of 51 works at the distance.

Shook Up worked in company with stablemate Indian Rocket (Indian Charlie) and Churchill Downs clockers recorded internal fractions of :12 and :34 4/5 for Shook Up and she galloped out six furlongs in 1:12 3/5. Shook Up started her breeze one length behind her workmate and finished two lengths in front. Indian Rocket covered the distance in :59 3/5, which ranked as Sunday's second-fastest work at the distance.

The six-furlong gallop-out by Shook Up was faster than a six-furlong work by 2014 Kentucky Derby (G1) runner-up Commanding Curve (Master Command), who covered the distance in 1:13.

"She's a tremendously talented filly," Asmussen said. "I feel very good about all the time she's had here at Churchill and how comfortable she is with the surroundings."

Shook Up will have one more work at Churchill Downs prior to her run in the Oaks.

"We'll worry about what we have control over and get her there in as good a condition as possible," Asmussen said. "We hope to draw well and you hope you get a better trip."

In other Oaks news:

Assistant trainer Kenny McCarthy reported that Donegal Racing's homebred Puca (Big Brown) "looked fine" on the morning after her first work at Churchill Downs. The Bill Mott trainee, runner-up in Aqueduct's Gazelle (G2), breezed four furlongs in :48 1/5.

Two-time Kentucky Oaks-winning trainer Bob Baffert said he was leaning toward a run in the Kentucky Oaks by Kaleem Shah's Luminance (Tale of the Cat) following her sizzling work at Churchill Downs on Saturday. The runner-up to Stellar Wind (Curlin) in the Santa Anita Oaks (G1) breezed four furlongs in a bullet :46.

Baffert said that Maybellene (Lookin at Lucky), a filly owned by his wife Jill and under consideration for an Oaks bid, would work at Churchill Downs on Tuesday. She won the Sunland Oaks via the disqualification of stablemate Callback (Street Sense) in her most recent start.

Stall manager Steve Hargrave reports Michael Dubb, Bethlehem Stables and The Elkstone Group's Spinaway (G1), Demoiselle (G2), Busher and Gazelle winner Condo Commando (Tiz Wonderful), trained by Rudy Rodriguez, is expected to arrive at Churchill Monday after a van ride from New York.

Santa Anita Oaks winner Stellar Wind, who worked five furlongs Friday in 1:01 at Santa Anita, will ship next Saturday, April 26, for the Oaks, trainer John Sadler said.

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Duramente bursts clear in Satsuki Sho

Sunday Racing's Duramente (King Kamehameha) had displayed talent in his four previous outings at Tokyo Racecourse, never finishing worse than second, but the bay showed a new dimension Sunday when rolling down the middle of the Nakayama track to dominate his Satsuki Sho (Japanese Two Thousand Guineas) (Jpn-G1) foes while earning his first stakes victory.

Dispatched as the bettors' third choice, Duramente dropped back to near last soon after the break and had just one trailing as he galloped along the rail around the first bend. Biding his time down the backstretch under Mirco Demuro, Duramente improved a few positions on the run into the final bend, but as the field swung into the straight he faced a wall of horses in front of him.

Duramente caused some drama when, angled out by Demuro, he swerved dramatically, causing some interference, but that mishap was overshadowed by his sparkling turn of foot once in the clear. He swept past fellow Sunday Racing colorbearer Real Steel (Deep Impact) in the closing strides to post a clear-cut 1 1/2-length victory. Kitasan Black (Black Tide) failed to show his usual fire but stuck on for third, while favored Satono Crown was sixth.

Demuro, who was suspended until May 3 for his mount's stretch antics, said, "He felt good in his workout before this race and I thought he felt very much like Neo Universe (with whom he won the 2003 Satsuki Sho). He was easy to ride early in the race but he's very highly strung; it was his first time going right-handed and the crowd was very loud too so he may have over-reacted (swerving in the stretch) -- he gave me a bit of a fright. We'll have to work on that towards the Derby (Yokyo Yushun [Jpn-G1] on May 31) but he certainly is a very strong colt."

Prior to Sunday, all of Duramente's races had come over 1800 meters going left-handed at Tokyo. He debuted with a second under Fran Berry last October, and went one better to graduate the following month under Ryan Moore. Victorious in his three-year-old debut in allowance company February 1, Duramente slipped to second behind Real Steel in the Tokinominoru Kinen (Jpn-G3) two weeks later, and was making his first start since on Sunday.

This victory was the first Grade 1 score for Demuro since he gained his full-time JRA license in March, although he has won 11 Grade 1s in Japan previously, including four runnings of this classic. It was the first Grade 1 in Japan for trainer Noriyuki Hori since the 2012 Yasuda Kinen, although the conditioner saddled Real Impact (Deep Impact) to win the George Ryder S. (Aus-G1) in Australia last month.

Duramente's first three dams are all Japanese champions: champion older mare Admire Groove; Horse of the Year and champion older mare Air Groove; and champion two- and three-year-old filly Dyna Carle. Air Groove and Dyna Carle both won the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks).

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Duramente bursts clear in Satsuki Sho

Sunday Racing's Duramente (King Kamehameha) had displayed talent in his four previous outings at Tokyo Racecourse, never finishing worse than second, but the bay showed a new dimension Sunday when rolling down the middle of the Nakayama track to dominate his Satsuki Sho (Japanese Two Thousand Guineas) (Jpn-G1) foes while earning his first stakes victory.

Dispatched as the bettors' third choice, Duramente dropped back to near last soon after the break and had just one trailing as he galloped along the rail around the first bend. Biding his time down the backstretch under Mirco Demuro, Duramente improved a few positions on the run into the final bend, but as the field swung into the straight he faced a wall of horses in front of him.

Duramente caused some drama when, angled out by Demuro, he swerved dramatically, causing some interference, but that mishap was overshadowed by his sparkling turn of foot once in the clear. He swept past fellow Sunday Racing colorbearer Real Steel (Deep Impact) in the closing strides to post a clear-cut 1 1/2-length victory. Kitasan Black (Black Tide) failed to show his usual fire but stuck on for third, while favored Satono Crown was sixth.

Demuro, who was suspended until May 3 for his mount's stretch antics, said, "He felt good in his workout before this race and I thought he felt very much like Neo Universe (with whom he won the 2003 Satsuki Sho). He was easy to ride early in the race but he's very highly strung; it was his first time going right-handed and the crowd was very loud too so he may have over-reacted (swerving in the stretch) -- he gave me a bit of a fright. We'll have to work on that towards the Derby (Yokyo Yushun [Jpn-G1] on May 31) but he certainly is a very strong colt."

Prior to Sunday, all of Duramente's races had come over 1800 meters going left-handed at Tokyo. He debuted with a second under Fran Berry last October, and went one better to graduate the following month under Ryan Moore. Victorious in his three-year-old debut in allowance company February 1, Duramente slipped to second behind Real Steel in the Tokinominoru Kinen (Jpn-G3) two weeks later, and was making his first start since on Sunday.

This victory was the first Grade 1 score for Demuro since he gained his full-time JRA license in March, although he has won 11 Grade 1s in Japan previously, including four runnings of this classic. It was the first Grade 1 in Japan for trainer Noriyuki Hori since the 2012 Yasuda Kinen, although the conditioner saddled Real Impact (Deep Impact) to win the George Ryder S. (Aus-G1) in Australia last month.

Duramente's first three dams are all Japanese champions: champion older mare Admire Groove; Horse of the Year and champion older mare Air Groove; and champion two- and three-year-old filly Dyna Carle. Air Groove and Dyna Carle both won the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks).

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In brief

Christine Hayden's homebred Unspurned (Lemon Drop Kid) rallied from midpack rounding the turn in Saturday's $146,287 Whimsical S. (Can-G3) at Woodbine, angled out three wide in the stretch and got up late under jockey Alan Garcia to record a one-length victory. The four-year-old chestnut completed six furlongs on the synthetic Polytrack in 1:09 for trainer Roger Attfield, scoring her first win since taking the Bison City S. last summer at the Toronto venue. Unspurned's career mark now stands at 12-4-4-1 and she's banked $452,969 lifetime...

Robert Spiegel's homebred Vision Perfect (Pollard's Vision) ran down pacesetter Made in Detroit (Arch) to take Saturday's $98,000 Woodhaven S. at Aqueduct by a neck with jockey Manuel Franco aboard. The David Donk-trained sophomore entered the race off a pair of stakes efforts -- just getting caught himself to be second at 28-1 in the Pilgrim S. (G3) and capturing the Awad S. -- and finished this 1 1/16-mile, firm turf test in 1:46 1/5. Vision Perfect was favored at 2-1 against his four rivals in the Woodhaven, and improved his career record to 5-3-1-1, $213,300...

Cellist Racing Group and Ali Nilforushan's Papacoolpapacool (Temple City) lived up to his 1-2 favoritism on Saturday at Santa Anita Park when taking the $79,750 La Puente S. by 4 1/4 lengths under jockey Gary Stevens. The bay gelding drew off under a hand ride to post a final time of 1:49 2/5 for nine furlongs on the firm turf. In the process, Papacoolpapacool moved his record to a perfect three-for-three since being transferred from Jeff Mullins to the shedrow of Philip D'Amato. The sophomore captured the Pasadena S. on March 21 and now boasts a 4-1-1 mark from eight career starts and $192,750 in earnings...

In addition to the Charles Town Classic (G2) and a myriad of West Virginia-bred stakes, Charles Town also played host to the $150,000 Sugar Maple S. and $100,000 Robert Hilton Memorial on Saturday. First up was the Robert Hilton Memorial, which went to Control Stake (Discreetly Mine) from the barn of Tom Amoss. Campaigned by Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence, the bay sophomore was 4 1/2 lengths clear on the wire as the even-money favorite in his first start since taking the Big Drama S. to open the year on January 31. Jockey Cornelio Velasquez was aboard as Control Stakes stopped the clock in 1:24 1/5 for seven furlongs on the fast track. A few races later, Robert T. Manfuso's Taketheodds (Street Sense) just ran down Flattering Bea (Flatter) to take the Sugar Maple by a neck in 1:24 3/5 after going seven furlongs. The Ian Wilkes-trained four-year-old miss earned her first stakes win in this spot with Mike Smith in the irons and improved her lifetime mark to 13-4-1-2, $214,775...

Deceptive Vision (A.P. Indy) exited her narrow victory in Friday's Doubledogdare S. (G3) at Keeneland in good order, according to trainer Malcolm Pierce. "She's good this morning," Pierce said. "I hope to come back here at the end of October for some race." That would be around the time of the Breeders' Cup World Championships, which will be held at Keeneland for the first time October 30-31. Deceptive Vision now is a graded stakes winner on dirt and turf. "I really thought she got beat," Pierce said of the victory by a short head over Lunar Surge (Malibu Moon). "She is going to Woodbine on Monday." It was the second tough loss of the meet for Lunar Surge, who was beaten a half-length in a third-place finish against allowance company on April 4 at Keeneland. "That was a similar type race with her bottled up on the inside," said Richard Normington, assistant to trainer George Weaver. "She bounced right out of that first race here and put on weight and was good this morning." Normington said there were no immediate plans for the five-year-old mare. "She was a little bit irritated that she didn't win yesterday," Normington said. "She wanted to drag the rider into the winner's circle." Trainer Larry Jones said Blue Violet (Curlin) was OK after finishing third. "We will look for something in the Delaware area leading to the Delaware H. (G1)," said Jones, who spends his summers at Delaware Park. "I know the Obeah (G3) is out there." The $100,000 Obeah is run at 1 1/8 miles on June 20 as the major prep for the $750,000 Delaware 'Cap going 1 1/4 miles on July 18...

Keeneland racing analyst Tom Leach interviewed trainer Carl Nafzger about Unbridled, who 25 years ago won the Kentucky Derby (G1) after finishing third in Keeneland's Blue Grass S. (G2). Nafzger also comments on the leading contenders for this year's Derby...

Grade 3 winner Home Run Kitten (Kitten's Joy) has placed in his last three against graded rivals and on Saturday will attempt to return to the winner's circle in the $100,000 San Simeon S. (G3) at Santa Anita Park against seven rivals. The David Hofmans-trained four-year-old closed out 2014 with a close neck second in the Mathis Brothers Mile S. (G2) and has been third in his two starts this season, the Frank E. Kilroe Mile S. (G1) and Arcadia S. (G2), both at a mile. Home Run Kitten cuts back to 6 1/2 furlongs on Santa Anita's downhill turf for the first time since an 11th-placing in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint (G1) and a nose victory in the Eddie D S. (G3) last fall. Gary Stevens took the mount for the Kilroe last out and retains the call in this spot. Joe Talamo had been Home Run Kitten's regular rider but will stick with downhill specialist Sweet Swap (Candy Ride) as he goes for a title defense in the San Simeon. Also entered is Pure Tactics (Pure Prize), hero of the Clocker's Corner S. and third in the Thunder Road S. thus far this year...

Last-out Tropical Turf H. (G3) hero Lubash (Freud) faces seven rivals on Sunday while making his eight-year-old debut in the $100,000 Danger's Hour S. at Aqueduct. The one-mile turf contest will be the Christophe Clement pupils first start since taking the Tropical Turf in late November more than four months ago. Regular rider Junior Alvarado wasn't aboard that day but takes back the mount in the Danger's Hour as Lubash takes on Grade 2-placed dual stakes scorer Chamois (Smart Strike) and multiple stakes victor Awesome Vision (Awesome Again)...

Keeneland will host U.S. Army Ranger Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg, a decorated soldier honored by President Obama in the 2014 State of the Union Address, and other military dignitaries on Military Day at the Races on Sunday. All active and inactive members of the military and their families receive free general admission with a military ID. A Military Family Zone in the North Terrace from noon to 4 p.m. (EDT) will feature free food, live music and children's activities...

Santa Anita will offer mandatory payouts for the Pick 5 and the Pick 6 on Sunday, closing day of the winter meet.

In brief

Christine Hayden's homebred Unspurned (Lemon Drop Kid) rallied from midpack rounding the turn in Saturday's $146,287 Whimsical S. (Can-G3) at Woodbine, angled out three wide in the stretch and got up late under jockey Alan Garcia to record a one-length victory. The four-year-old chestnut completed six furlongs on the synthetic Polytrack in 1:09 for trainer Roger Attfield, scoring her first win since taking the Bison City S. last summer at the Toronto venue. Unspurned's career mark now stands at 12-4-4-1 and she's banked $452,969 lifetime...

Robert Spiegel's homebred Vision Perfect (Pollard's Vision) ran down pacesetter Made in Detroit (Arch) to take Saturday's $98,000 Woodhaven S. at Aqueduct by a neck with jockey Manuel Franco aboard. The David Donk-trained sophomore entered the race off a pair of stakes efforts -- just getting caught himself to be second at 28-1 in the Pilgrim S. (G3) and capturing the Awad S. -- and finished this 1 1/16-mile, firm turf test in 1:46 1/5. Vision Perfect was favored at 2-1 against his four rivals in the Woodhaven, and improved his career record to 5-3-1-1, $213,300...

Cellist Racing Group and Ali Nilforushan's Papacoolpapacool (Temple City) lived up to his 1-2 favoritism on Saturday at Santa Anita Park when taking the $79,750 La Puente S. by 4 1/4 lengths under jockey Gary Stevens. The bay gelding drew off under a hand ride to post a final time of 1:49 2/5 for nine furlongs on the firm turf. In the process, Papacoolpapacool moved his record to a perfect three-for-three since being transferred from Jeff Mullins to the shedrow of Philip D'Amato. The sophomore captured the Pasadena S. on March 21 and now boasts a 4-1-1 mark from eight career starts and $192,750 in earnings...

In addition to the Charles Town Classic (G2) and a myriad of West Virginia-bred stakes, Charles Town also played host to the $150,000 Sugar Maple S. and $100,000 Robert Hilton Memorial on Saturday. First up was the Robert Hilton Memorial, which went to Control Stake (Discreetly Mine) from the barn of Tom Amoss. Campaigned by Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence, the bay sophomore was 4 1/2 lengths clear on the wire as the even-money favorite in his first start since taking the Big Drama S. to open the year on January 31. Jockey Cornelio Velasquez was aboard as Control Stakes stopped the clock in 1:24 1/5 for seven furlongs on the fast track. A few races later, Robert T. Manfuso's Taketheodds (Street Sense) just ran down Flattering Bea (Flatter) to take the Sugar Maple by a neck in 1:24 3/5 after going seven furlongs. The Ian Wilkes-trained four-year-old miss earned her first stakes win in this spot with Mike Smith in the irons and improved her lifetime mark to 13-4-1-2, $214,775...

Deceptive Vision (A.P. Indy) exited her narrow victory in Friday's Doubledogdare S. (G3) at Keeneland in good order, according to trainer Malcolm Pierce. "She's good this morning," Pierce said. "I hope to come back here at the end of October for some race." That would be around the time of the Breeders' Cup World Championships, which will be held at Keeneland for the first time October 30-31. Deceptive Vision now is a graded stakes winner on dirt and turf. "I really thought she got beat," Pierce said of the victory by a short head over Lunar Surge (Malibu Moon). "She is going to Woodbine on Monday." It was the second tough loss of the meet for Lunar Surge, who was beaten a half-length in a third-place finish against allowance company on April 4 at Keeneland. "That was a similar type race with her bottled up on the inside," said Richard Normington, assistant to trainer George Weaver. "She bounced right out of that first race here and put on weight and was good this morning." Normington said there were no immediate plans for the five-year-old mare. "She was a little bit irritated that she didn't win yesterday," Normington said. "She wanted to drag the rider into the winner's circle." Trainer Larry Jones said Blue Violet (Curlin) was OK after finishing third. "We will look for something in the Delaware area leading to the Delaware H. (G1)," said Jones, who spends his summers at Delaware Park. "I know the Obeah (G3) is out there." The $100,000 Obeah is run at 1 1/8 miles on June 20 as the major prep for the $750,000 Delaware 'Cap going 1 1/4 miles on July 18...

Keeneland racing analyst Tom Leach interviewed trainer Carl Nafzger about Unbridled, who 25 years ago won the Kentucky Derby (G1) after finishing third in Keeneland's Blue Grass S. (G2). Nafzger also comments on the leading contenders for this year's Derby...

Grade 3 winner Home Run Kitten (Kitten's Joy) has placed in his last three against graded rivals and on Saturday will attempt to return to the winner's circle in the $100,000 San Simeon S. (G3) at Santa Anita Park against seven rivals. The David Hofmans-trained four-year-old closed out 2014 with a close neck second in the Mathis Brothers Mile S. (G2) and has been third in his two starts this season, the Frank E. Kilroe Mile S. (G1) and Arcadia S. (G2), both at a mile. Home Run Kitten cuts back to 6 1/2 furlongs on Santa Anita's downhill turf for the first time since an 11th-placing in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint (G1) and a nose victory in the Eddie D S. (G3) last fall. Gary Stevens took the mount for the Kilroe last out and retains the call in this spot. Joe Talamo had been Home Run Kitten's regular rider but will stick with downhill specialist Sweet Swap (Candy Ride) as he goes for a title defense in the San Simeon. Also entered is Pure Tactics (Pure Prize), hero of the Clocker's Corner S. and third in the Thunder Road S. thus far this year...

Last-out Tropical Turf H. (G3) hero Lubash (Freud) faces seven rivals on Sunday while making his eight-year-old debut in the $100,000 Danger's Hour S. at Aqueduct. The one-mile turf contest will be the Christophe Clement pupils first start since taking the Tropical Turf in late November more than four months ago. Regular rider Junior Alvarado wasn't aboard that day but takes back the mount in the Danger's Hour as Lubash takes on Grade 2-placed dual stakes scorer Chamois (Smart Strike) and multiple stakes victor Awesome Vision (Awesome Again)...

Keeneland will host U.S. Army Ranger Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg, a decorated soldier honored by President Obama in the 2014 State of the Union Address, and other military dignitaries on Military Day at the Races on Sunday. All active and inactive members of the military and their families receive free general admission with a military ID. A Military Family Zone in the North Terrace from noon to 4 p.m. (EDT) will feature free food, live music and children's activities...

Santa Anita will offer mandatory payouts for the Pick 5 and the Pick 6 on Sunday, closing day of the winter meet.

Graded Recaps

Get Happy Mister captures San Simeon

Get Happy Mister made owner Annette Bishop very happy when slipping up the rail to take Sunday's $100,500 San Simeon S. (G3) at Santa Anita Park by one-length with jockey Tyler Baze in the irons.

"Right now, there weren't a lot of choices," trainer Mark Tsagalakis explained when asked about trying Get Happy Mister on the turf. "The horse was doing super. It was time to let him rock and roll. It was fun. This is my first stakes win.

"Too many to count, probably close to 25 years," he added when asked how many years he's been training. "I've won some races, but never a stakes. The race came up, he was ready to go, we were eligible for it, it was like 'Let's give it a try.' We had him out on the turf the other day, he seemed to like it, and he did.

"The plan is to go back home to Colorado and then come back here in the fall and run here again. We'll play it by ear but that was the original plan and we'll just enjoy it for now and think about that next week."

"I have a very good trainer. He calls the shots," smiled Bishop, who is Tsagalakis' mother-in-law. "I bought (Get Happy Mister) at a two-year-old sale in Arapahoe. I've been in the business about 14 or 15 years.

"He has a little history with his name, Get Happy Mister. We were sitting at the auction and I was with my trainer, Butch Gleason. He was getting nervous because everyone was bidding on him. I just said, 'What? What's your problem? Do you want that horse?' He said 'Yes!' so I said 'then get happy!' and that's how he was named.

"He's been a joy. I don't know his limits and after today, I have no idea. I'm just amazed that he did as well as he did today. He's just been training out of his skin. It's all due to Mark, he takes his time. He takes his pulse every two hours."

Get Happy Mister and Baze first rushed up into contention when the gates opened, joining Pure Tactics (Pure Prize) and Sweet Swap (Candy Ride) on the front end, but Baze managed to wrestle his mount back into a tracking spot as those two battled it out through splits of ::22, :43 4/5 and 1:07.

Holy Lute (Midnight Lute) ranged up to join Get Happy Mister on the outside as the field passed over the dirt crossing, but then the pair separated upon reaching the longtime leaders.

Holy Lute passed on the outside while Get Happy Mister took the inside route, shimmying up the rail to be first under the wire and finish about 6 1/2 furlongs on the downhill turf in 1:13. The bay gelding, who was making his turf debut in this spot, was sent off the 12-1 second longest shot in the seven-horse field and returned $27.20 for earning his first graded victory.

"He was really nice to ride, a really classy horse," Baze said. "I've never been on him but I watched all his replays and rode him accordingly. It looks like he can do anything; he loves to run.

"I let him run out of there and had a beautiful trip. When Pure Tactics and Sweet Swap hooked up in front of me and opened up five I knew they were flying. I just took my time. When the time was right he just...he's so big and strong and he has a huge stride. Just a really classy horse."

Get Happy Mister, who moved his current win streak to six straight with the San Simeon score, has done quite well for himself. He's racked up a 14-11-0-0 career mark that now includes nine stakes wins and has banked $384,928 in lifetime earnings.

The five-year-old bay opened his career by romping in his four starts at Arapahoe Park to be undefeated as a juvenile. He suffered his first loss when shipping to Oaklawn Park to kick off his sophomore season, but rebounded to take the Northern Spur S. before traveling to Prairie Meadows and finishing fourth against allowance rivals in what would be his 2013 finale.

Get Happy Mister nearly went undefeated in 2014, just missing when fourth in Santa Anita's Santana Mile in his season opener, but shipped back to Arapahoe Park and began his current win streak in May.

Bred in Colorado by Willard Burbach, Get Happy Mister is the first registered stakes winner out of the stakes-placed Sara Margaret (Elusive Quality) and brought $46,000 at the Colorado August sale. Sara Margaret is a half-sister to a number of stakes scorers, including Personal Beau (Personal Flag), Sabona's Beau (Sabona) and Socko (Air Forbes Won). Farther back this female family also includes champion Hurry to Market and Grade 1 heroine Delighter (Lypheor).

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Results

NORTH AMERICAN GRADED STAKES RESULTS

SAN SIMEON S. (G3), SA, $100,500, 4YO/UP, A6 1/2FT, 4-19.
1—GET HAPPY MISTER, g, 5, First Samurai--Sara Margaret, by Elusive Quality. ($46,000 '11 COLAUG). O-Annette Bishop, B-Willard Burbach (CO), T-Mark D. Tsagalakis, J-Tyler Baze, $60,000.
5—Holy Lute, h, 5, Midnight Lute--Holy Christmas, by Holy Bull. ($65,000 '10 KEENOV). O-Class Racing Stable, B-Lynn B Schiff (KY), $20,000.
2—Home Run Kitten, c, 4, Kitten's Joy--Grand Slam Girl, by Grand Slam. O-Tarabilla Farms, Inc, B-Kenneth L Ramsey & Sarah K Ramsey (KY), $12,000.
Also Ran: Outside Nashville, Sweet Swap, Pure Tactics, U S Citizen.
Winning Time: 1:13 (fm)
Margins: 1, 1, NK.
Odds: 12.60, 2.50, 2.20.

Get Happy Mister captures San Simeon

Get Happy Mister made owner Annette Bishop very happy when slipping up the rail to take Sunday's $100,500 San Simeon S. (G3) at Santa Anita Park by one-length with jockey Tyler Baze in the irons.

"Right now, there weren't a lot of choices," trainer Mark Tsagalakis explained when asked about trying Get Happy Mister on the turf. "The horse was doing super. It was time to let him rock and roll. It was fun. This is my first stakes win.

"Too many to count, probably close to 25 years," he added when asked how many years he's been training. "I've won some races, but never a stakes. The race came up, he was ready to go, we were eligible for it, it was like 'Let's give it a try.' We had him out on the turf the other day, he seemed to like it, and he did.

"The plan is to go back home to Colorado and then come back here in the fall and run here again. We'll play it by ear but that was the original plan and we'll just enjoy it for now and think about that next week."

"I have a very good trainer. He calls the shots," smiled Bishop, who is Tsagalakis' mother-in-law. "I bought (Get Happy Mister) at a two-year-old sale in Arapahoe. I've been in the business about 14 or 15 years.

"He has a little history with his name, Get Happy Mister. We were sitting at the auction and I was with my trainer, Butch Gleason. He was getting nervous because everyone was bidding on him. I just said, 'What? What's your problem? Do you want that horse?' He said 'Yes!' so I said 'then get happy!' and that's how he was named.

"He's been a joy. I don't know his limits and after today, I have no idea. I'm just amazed that he did as well as he did today. He's just been training out of his skin. It's all due to Mark, he takes his time. He takes his pulse every two hours."

Get Happy Mister and Baze first rushed up into contention when the gates opened, joining Pure Tactics (Pure Prize) and Sweet Swap (Candy Ride) on the front end, but Baze managed to wrestle his mount back into a tracking spot as those two battled it out through splits of ::22, :43 4/5 and 1:07.

Holy Lute (Midnight Lute) ranged up to join Get Happy Mister on the outside as the field passed over the dirt crossing, but then the pair separated upon reaching the longtime leaders.

Holy Lute passed on the outside while Get Happy Mister took the inside route, shimmying up the rail to be first under the wire and finish about 6 1/2 furlongs on the downhill turf in 1:13. The bay gelding, who was making his turf debut in this spot, was sent off the 12-1 second longest shot in the seven-horse field and returned $27.20 for earning his first graded victory.

"He was really nice to ride, a really classy horse," Baze said. "I've never been on him but I watched all his replays and rode him accordingly. It looks like he can do anything; he loves to run.

"I let him run out of there and had a beautiful trip. When Pure Tactics and Sweet Swap hooked up in front of me and opened up five I knew they were flying. I just took my time. When the time was right he just...he's so big and strong and he has a huge stride. Just a really classy horse."

Get Happy Mister, who moved his current win streak to six straight with the San Simeon score, has done quite well for himself. He's racked up a 14-11-0-0 career mark that now includes nine stakes wins and has banked $384,928 in lifetime earnings.

The five-year-old bay opened his career by romping in his four starts at Arapahoe Park to be undefeated as a juvenile. He suffered his first loss when shipping to Oaklawn Park to kick off his sophomore season, but rebounded to take the Northern Spur S. before traveling to Prairie Meadows and finishing fourth against allowance rivals in what would be his 2013 finale.

Get Happy Mister nearly went undefeated in 2014, just missing when fourth in Santa Anita's Santana Mile in his season opener, but shipped back to Arapahoe Park and began his current win streak in May.

Bred in Colorado by Willard Burbach, Get Happy Mister is the first registered stakes winner out of the stakes-placed Sara Margaret (Elusive Quality) and brought $46,000 at the Colorado August sale. Sara Margaret is a half-sister to a number of stakes scorers, including Personal Beau (Personal Flag), Sabona's Beau (Sabona) and Socko (Air Forbes Won). Farther back this female family also includes champion Hurry to Market and Grade 1 heroine Delighter (Lypheor).

TEMPLE GWATHMEY HURDLE H. (NSA-G3), MID, $50,000, 4YO/UP, 2 1/2MT, 4-18.
5—MR. HOT STUFF, g, 9, Tiznow--Sweet Damsel, by Turkoman. ($200,000 '07 KEESEP). O-Mrs S K Johnston, Jr, B-WinStar Farm, LLC (KY), T-Jack O. Fisher, J-Paddy Young, $30,000.
2—Decoy Daddy (IRE), g, 13, Lord of Appeal (GB)--Young Bebe (IRE), by M. Double M.. O-Irvin S Naylor, B-Charles Persse (IRE), $9,000.
1—All Together, g, 10, Danzig--Unify, by Farma Way. O-Williams, Sheila J and Brewster, Andre W, B-Jayeff B Stables (KY), $5,000.
Also Ran: Staying On (IRE), Kisser N Run, Dahoud (NZ), Pierrot Lunaire.
Winning Time: 5:32 3/5 (gd)
Margins: NK, 22, 3.

NORTH AMERICAN NON-GRADED STAKES RESULTS

DANGER'S HOUR S., AQU, $100,000, 4YO/UP, 1MT, 4-19.
3—AZTEC BRAVE (FR), g, 4, Pyrus--Azteca (GB), by Spinning World. (6,000EUR '12 OSASEP; 10,000EUR 2013 ARQNOV). O-Brad Grady, B-1 0sA Cuadra Africa (FR), T-Joe Sharp, J-Manuel Franco, $60,000.
6—Chamois, h, 5, Smart Strike--Meridiana (GER), by Lomitas (GB). O-Kelly, Jon and Sarah, B-Jon & Sarah Kelly (KY), $20,000.
5—Lubash, h, 8, Freud--Nasty Cure, by Cure the Blues. O-Aliyu Ben J Stables, B-Aliyuee Ben J Stable, Inc (NY), $10,000.
Also Ran: Mutin (FR), Shkspeare Shaliyah, Awesome Vision.
Winning Time: 1:37 3/5 (fm)
Margins: 1 1/4, 2, 5 3/4.
Odds: 4.00, 4.80, 0.80.
 
WANDO S., WO, $83,967, 3YO, 1 1/16M, 4-19.
3—U S MARSHAL, c, 3, Badge of Silver--Reigning Dynasty, by Thunder Gulch. O-Kaster, Nancy R and Richard S, B-Mr & Mrs Richard S Kaster (KY), T-Ian Black, J-David Moran, $49,008.
2—Seventhfleethumor, c, 3, Afleet Alex--Fleeting Humor, by Distorted Humor. O-Lindy's Racing Stable and Gonzalez, Martha K, B-Kenneth L & Sarah K Ramsey (KY), $16,336.
4—Bear At Last, c, 3, Marchfield--Clayton's Lass, by Forest Camp. (C$80,000 '13 ONTSEP). O-Bear Stables, Ltd, B-Michael C Byrne (ON), $10,782.
Also Ran: Net Gain, Decision Day.
Winning Time: 1:45 2/5 (ft)
Margins: 1, HD, HF.
Odds: 4.85, 5.65, 7.00.
 
O.D. MCDONALD S., ALB, $60,000, 3YO/UP, 7F, 4-18.
3—BEAU WIZER, g, 7, Premeditation--Miss Einstein, by Beau Genius. O-Duane Cugnini, B-Mike or Suzanne Carson (NM), T-Wesley T. Giles, J-Ry Eikleberry, $36,000.
2—Reaper, g, 4, Attila's Storm--Hang Glide, by Dome. O-R D Hubbard, B-R D Hubbard (NM), $12,000.
1—Shining Source, g, 4, Source--Shine Miss Comet, by Comet Shine. O-Rust, Peggy and Barton Ranch Stables LLC, B-Susan Vescovo (NM), $6,000.
Also Ran: Gotta Move, That's Who, Thunder Agard, Mr. Wizard, Southern Fire, Hush's Storm.
Winning Time: 1:22 3/5 (ft)
Margins: 4HF, HF, 1HF.
Odds: 5.90, 4.70, 44.90.
 
SAND DOLLAR S., GP, $60,000, 4YO/UP, F/M, 1M, 4-19.
2—IMPOSING GRACE, m, 6, Empire Maker--Chao Praya, by Gold Legend. ($75,000 '10 FTSAUG). O-Coffeepot Stables, B-Briland Farm & Mr & Mrs Robert O Mitchell (KY), T-Lars Becdelamotte, J-Manoel R. Cruz, $36,456.
1—Flutterby, f, 4, Congrats--Zoobie, by First and Only. O-Jerome G Bozzo Trust, B-The Jerome G Bozzo Trust (FL), $11,760.
6—Onna Bugeisha, m, 5, First Samurai--Soiree Russe, by Nureyev. ($72,000 '10 KEENOV). O-Miller Racing LLC, B-Clovelly Farms (KY), $5,880.
Also Ran: Oasis At Midnight, Quiet Hour, Don'tcallmecharley, Light Bringer.
Winning Time: 1:37 4/5 (ft)
Margins: NK, 3/4, HD.
Odds: 8.10, 4.70, 1.70.
 
GRAND NATIONAL TIMBER S., GN, $30,000, 5YO/UP, 26FT, 4-18.
5—SERENE HARBOR, g, 12, Valley Crossing--We Wak Harbor, by Waquoit. O-Welcome Here Farm, B-Mrs Timothy J Gardner (PA), T-Todd McKenna, J-Annie Yeager, $18,000.
11—Senior Senator, g, 5, Domestic Dispute--Queen Kennelot, by Awesome Again. O-Irvin L Crawford, II, B-Charles C D McGill (PA), $5,400.
6—Raven's Choice, g, 8, Dance With Ravens--Millashand, by Regal Intention. O-Mrs Cary W Jackson, B-Cary W Jackson (MD), $3,000.
Also Ran: Almarmooq, Dont Tell Sailor (IRE), Brother Sy, Snow Blizzard (IRE), Twill Do.
Winning Time: 6:05 1/5 (fm)
Margins: 1 1/4, 11HF, 14HF.
 
MIDDLEBURG HUNT CUP S., MID, $27,900, 5YO/UP, 26FT, 4-18.
2—CORNHUSKER (GB), g, 8, Dynaformer--Nebraska Tornado, by Storm Cat. (30,000gns 2010 TATHIT). O-Armata Stable, B-Juddmonte Farms Ltd (GB), T-Alicia Murphy, J-Jeff Murphy, $18,000.
4—Super Saturday, g, 6, Any Given Saturday--Lady Aloma, by Cozzene. ($75,000 '10 KEESEP). O-Irvin S Naylor, B-Walton Breeders (KY), $5,400.
6—Sol a Pino, g, 10, Dynaformer--Kuda, by Strawberry Road (AUS). O-Nicki Valvo, B-Haras Santa Maria de Araras S A (KY), $3,000.
Also Ran: Hot Rize, Three Hundred, Rugged Rascal, Brave Prospect.
Winning Time: 7:00 1/5 (gd)
Margins: 2 3/4, 9, 8.

Spot Plays/Highlights/Weather

SPOT PLAYS

For Monday

TRACK   (RACE) HORSE, MORNING LINE
Mahoning Valley   (1st) Giggle Fit, 3-1
    (7th) Handsome Man, 9-2
Mountaineer   (1st) Forester's Diva, 9-2
    (4th) Pure Serenity, 5-1
Parx Racing   (3rd) Flying Discreet, 9-2
    (4th) Talk Show Talent, 5-1
Turf Paradise   (4th) Peach Springs, 6-1
    (5th) Wild Deuces, 3-1

Results

NORTH AMERICAN ALLOWANCE RESULTS

SA, 5TH, AOC, $70,332, 4YO/UP, 7F, 4-19.
7—HEAD SOUTH, g, 4, Kafwain--Shout to the North, by Old Topper. O-B G Stable and Palma, Hector, B-Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, LLC (CA), T-Hector O. Palma, J-Kent J. Desormeaux, $45,240.
5—I Earned It Baby, c, 4, Hard Spun--Upcoming Story, by Tale of the Cat. ($200,000 2013 BESMAR). O-Irvin, Betty and Robert G, B-Lakland Farm (KY), $11,600.
4—Chasintheaces, h, 5, Indian Charlie--Indigene, by Deputy Minister. ($300,000 '11 KEESEP). O-Watson, Karl, Pegram, Michael E and Weitman, Paul, B-Hill 'N' Dale Equine Holdings, Inc &NETP (KY), $6,960.
Winning Time: 1:22 1/5 (ft)
 
PRX, 8TH, AOC, $64,260, 3YO/UP, 1M, 4-19.
5—SIETE DE OROS, g, 5, A. P. Warrior--Crafty Sarah, by Crafty Friend. ($2,000 '11 FTMOCT). O-Ramon Preciado, B-Glenn E Brok (PA), T-Ramon Preciado, J-Angel Castillo, $38,640.
*6—Harbor Kid, g, 7, Rockport Harbor--Ten's Testamony, by Deputed Testamony. ($30,000 '09 FTMOCT). O-Richard Malouf, B-Chain Bridge Stable (PA), $12,880.
2—Kobel, c, 4, Sequoyah--April Lady, by Smart Strike. O-Vince Campanella, B-Donald Clifford Wilson (PA), $7,100.
Winning Time: 1:40 4/5 (ft)
     ***Kobel finished second but was disqualified and placed third.
 
PRX, 7TH, ALW, $63,380, 3YO/UP, 5 1/2F, 4-19.
4—LINDA'S LAST, h, 5, Spring At Last--Flagnlinda, by Shimatoree. O-William J Hartwell, B-Frances M Hartwell (PA), T-Ramon Preciado, J-Roberto Alvarado, Jr., $37,800.
7—Change of Seasons, g, 4, Spring At Last--Keeper Kell, by Two Punch. O-R Larry Johnson, B-R Larry Johnson (PA), $12,600.
9—Whispering Forest, g, 5, Forest Danger--Whisper Loudly, by Real Quiet. ($1,000 '11 KEEJAN). O-Andrew Sulley, B-Joseph Besecker (PA), $6,930.
Winning Time: 1:05 3/5 (ft)
 
AQU, 8TH, ALW, $62,000, 3YO/UP, F/M, 1 1/16MT, 4-19.
2—GRACEFUL GAL, f, 4, Curlin--Cloon, by Lure. ($27,000 '12 KEESEP). O-Equis Racing, B-Waterville Lake Stables, Ltd LLC (NY), T-Leo O'Brien, J-Manuel Franco, $37,200.
4—Race and Shine, f, 4, Stonesider--Classic Expression, by Western Expression. O-Brian Costello, B-Flying Zee Stables (NY), $12,400.
1A—Moonlit Sonnet, m, 5, Shakespeare--Moonlet Masquerade, by Woodman. O-William C Schettine, B-William C Schettine (NY), $6,200.
Winning Time: 1:45 2/5 (fm)
 
AQU, 7TH, ALW, $62,000, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-19.
2—POSSILICIOUS, g, 3, Posse--Deliciously, by Distinctive Pro. O-David Jacobson, B-Drazin-Aaron-Zaro Stables, LLC (NY), T-David Jacobson, J-Angel Cruz, $37,200.
6—All Is Number, g, 3, Bernstein--Universe, by Pulpit. ($70,000 '13 FTNAUG). O-Andrews T and S Racing, B-Whispering Wind Farm of NY LLC (NY), $12,400.
3—Awesome Lute, g, 4, Midnight Lute--Miney's Awesome, by Awesome Again. O-Mark Valentine, B-Edition Farm (NY), $6,200.
Winning Time: 1:10 1/5 (ft)
 
AQU, 2ND, ALW, $62,000, 3YO/UP, F/M, 6F, 4-19.
2—MY WON LOVE, f, 4, Utopia (JPN)--Won Moro, by Air Forbes Won. O-Class Personified Stable and Klesaris, Steve, B-Bada Bing Stable (NY), T-Steve Klesaris, J-Angel S. Arroyo, $37,200.
3—Sonora, f, 3, Discreetly Mine--Road to Mandalay, by Sea of Secrets. ($77,000 '13 FTKOCT). O-Mike G Rutherford, B-Seth Gregory (NY), $12,400.
1—Underthemoonlight, f, 4, Golden Missile--Yon Van Dance, by Yonaguska. O-Castle Village Farm, B-Milfer Farm Inc (NY), $6,200.
Winning Time: 1:10 3/5 (ft)
 
KEE, 7TH, ALW, $60,000, 4YO/UP, F/M, A7F, 4-19.
6—WILLOW HILLS, f, 4, Distorted Humor--Pleasant Hill, by Pleasant Tap. O-Donamire Farm, B-Donamire Farm (KY), T-Ben Colebrook, J-James Graham, $36,000.
3—Cora Mesa, m, 5, Sky Mesa--Old Fashion Girl, by Arch. O-Charles R Pigg, B-Charles R Pigg (KY), $12,000.
7—Delilahjane, m, 5, Elusive Quality--My Chickadee, by Pleasant Tap. ($25,000 '11 KEESEP). O-Hugh G King, III, B-B P Walden & H G King III (KY), $6,000.
Winning Time: 1:29 3/5 (gd)
 
SA, 2ND, ALW, $58,500, 3YO/UP, F/M, 1MT, 4-19.
1—WARREN'S JEN FIZZ, f, 4, Affirmative--Same Ol' Love, by Robyn Dancer. O-Benjamin C Warren, B-Benjamin C Warren (CA), T-Jorge Gutierrez, J-Kent J. Desormeaux, $34,800.
2—Tiz a Classy Lass, m, 5, Tizbud--Classy Lass, by Lord Avie. O-Pamela C Ziebarth, B-Pamela C Ziebarth (CA), $11,600.
6—Thermodynamics, f, 3, The Pamplemousse--Thermal Ablasion, by Unusual Heat. ($57,000 '13 BESOCT). O-Thor-Bred Stable LLC, B-Rancho San Miguel (CA), $6,960.
Winning Time: 1:36 4/5 (fm)
 
KEE, 8TH, ALW, $56,256, 4YO/UP, 1 1/16MT, 4-19.
9—KHARAFA, g, 6, Kitalpha--Exquisite Cassie, by King of Kings (IRE). O-Braverman, Paul and Pinch, Timothy, B-Highmeadow Farm (NY), T-Timothy A. Hills, J-Javier Castellano, $32,640.
4—Iron Power, g, 5, Mizzen Mast--Iron Goddess, by More Than Ready. O-Barry K Schwartz, B-Stonewall Farm (NY), $10,880.
1—Easy Crossing, h, 6, English Channel--Humoristic, by Sefapiano. ($4,000 '10 FTKOCT). O-Preston Stables LLC, B-Mrs Arturo Peralta-Ramos (KY), $6,400.
Winning Time: 1:43 2/5 (sf)
 
KEE, 5TH, ALW, $54,600, 3YO, F, 1 3/16MT, 4-19.
11—STRICT COMPLIANCE, f, 3, Into Mischief--Diva Dyna, by Grand Slam. ($40,000 '12 OBSOCT; $75,000 '13 FTKJUL; $100,000 2014 OBSJUN). O-Klaravich Stables, Inc and Lawrence, William H, B-Mr & Mrs Richard Thompson & Linda Thompson (FL), T-Chad C. Brown, J-Javier Castellano, $30,600.
8—Holiday Hostess, f, 3, Langfuhr--Holiday Parade, by Cozzene. O-Donamire Farm, B-Donamire Farm (KY), $12,000.
6—My Sweet Girl, f, 3, Bernardini--Bit of Whimsy, by Distorted Humor. O-Joyce B Young, B-Bonner Young (KY), $6,000.
Winning Time: 1:58 3/5 (sf)
 
PRM, 8TH, ALW, $49,603, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-18.
9—CAINAM, g, 8, Is It True--Lady Sundari, by Late Act. O-James R Leech, B-Linda M Leech (IA), T-Jon G. Arnett, J-Ken S. Tohill, $29,700.
5—Jifquick, g, 7, Limehouse--Jiffener, by Derby Wish. O-Mamas Thoroughbreds, B-Mamas Thoroughbreds (IA), $9,900.
10—Dixie Surge, g, 6, Storm Surge--Dixie Kate, by Dixieland Heat. O-Ruth M Schaben, B-Jim Schaben (IA), $5,940.
Winning Time: 1:11 1/5 (sy)
 
PRM, 8TH, ALW, $49,603, 3YO/UP, F/M, 6F, 4-19.
1—SUMTING WONG, m, 5, Pikepass--Nut N Better, by Miracle Heights. O-Shady Bend Thoroughbreds, B-Shady Bend Thoroughbreds (IA), T-Doug L. Anderson, J-David Mello, $29,700.
7—Miss Lucky, m, 5, Kafwain--Miss Guts, by American Chance. O-Black Oak Farm, B-Lloyd DeBruycker (IA), $9,900.
9—Golden Tiago, f, 4, Tiago--Rich Man's Girl, by Touch Gold. ($18,000 '12 IOWAUG). O-Cascio, Larry and Midnight Thoroughbreds, B-Eugene Bogash (IA), $5,940.
Winning Time: 1:12 1/5 (sy)
 
PIM, 3RD, AOC, $45,000, 3YO/UP, 5FT, 4-19.
9—CATALACTIC, g, 7, Freefourinternet--Cat Dancin, by Secret Claim. O-Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc, B-Denise Lingenfelter (PA), T-Jamie Ness, J-Trevor McCarthy, $25,650.
8—Racy (GB), g, 8, Medicean (GB)--Soar (GB), by Danzero (AUS). (32,000gns 2010 TATHIT). O-Koo's Racing Club, B-Cheveley Park Stud Ltd (GB), $9,450.
3—City's Fast Lane, g, 5, City Place--Edison Lanes, by Skip Away. ($10,000 '11 FTMOCT). O-Miguel Vera, B-Tee-N-Jay Farm (NJ), $4,950.
Winning Time: :56 3/5 (fm)
 
GP, 5TH, AOC, $44,200, 4YO/UP, F/M, 7 1/2FT, 4-19.
5—LEMON POINT, f, 4, Lemon Drop Kid--Snug Harbour, by Boston Harbor. O-Vegso Racing Stable, B-Vegso Racing Stable (FL), T-William I. Mott, J-Gabriel Saez, $28,200.
1—Black Elegance (IRE), f, 4, Footstepsinthesand (GB)--All Elegance (IRE), by Key of Luck. (4,200EUR '12 TATIRE). O-Team Valor International, B-Oxford Racing (IRE), $8,000.
7—Madaket Millie, f, 4, Giant's Causeway--Queen of Green, by Distorted Humor. ($100,000 '12 KEESEP). O-Miller Racing LLC, B-Dixiana Farms LLC (KY), $4,000.
Winning Time: 1:28 3/5 (fm)
 
PIM, 7TH, ALW, $43,386, 3YO/UP, 5FT, 4-19.
10—STUDENT PILOT, g, 5, Student Council--Fearless Flight, by Ghazi. ($1,000 '10 FTMDEC). O-Danny A Limongelli, B-Steve Platt (PA), T-Hugh I. McMahon, J-Victor R. Carrasco, $23,940.
3—Sterling's Maximus, g, 4, Grand Slam--Kemly, by Tiznow. ($10,000 '12 KEESEP). O-Robert Leibner, B-Joseph Federico (KY), $8,820.
12—Magician's Bullet, g, 3, Street Magician--Lady Bullet, by Red Bullet. ($11,000 '13 FTMSEP). O-Johnson, R Larry and R D M Racing Stable, B-Brice Ridgely (MD), $6,006.
Winning Time: :57 (fm)
 
PIM, 8TH, ALW, $42,000, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-19.
3—TRACY'S TURN, c, 4, Holy Bull--Traceable, by Forest Wildcat. O-R Larry Johnson, B-Larry Johnson (VA), T-Michael J. Trombetta, J-Trevor McCarthy, $23,940.
2—Twelve Stone, g, 5, Macho Uno--Fleeting Fox, by Pulpit. ($15,000 '11 KEESEP; $100,000 2012 OBSAPR). O-MCA Racing Stable LLC, B-Doug Branham (KY), $8,820.
1—Nolans Dream, c, 3, Concord Point--Mizoes Ready, by More Than Ready. ($17,000 '12 KEENOV; $35,000 '13 KEESEP). O-Wayne Scherr, B-Bob Austin & John Witte (KY), $4,620.
Winning Time: 1:12 3/5 (ft)
 
GP, 8TH, AOC, $38,000, 3YO, 7 1/2FT, 4-19.
2—HIGH NOON RIDER, c, 3, Distorted Humor--Modesty Blaise, by A.P. Indy. ($400,000 '13 KEESEP). O-R A Hill Stable, B-Flaxman Holdings Limited (KY), T-George Weaver, J-Eddie Castro, $22,800.
6—All I Karabout, c, 3, Bernstein--Roadtohanna, by Not for Love. O-Sagamore Farm, B-Sagamore Farm (MD), $7,600.
9—Mr. Magician, c, 3, Street Magician--Kelly's Question, by Mr. Greeley. O-R Larry Johnson, B-R Larry Johnson (VA), $3,800.
Winning Time: 1:27 3/5 (fm)
 
GG, 7TH, ALW, $34,491, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-19.
6—STREAMSIDE, g, 6, E Dubai--Sweet Surrender, by Synastry. O-Bowman, Bowman, Evans, Hunter, Jarmes, Peterson, Sohl, Sohl and Temple, B-Bill Bowman, Speech Partnership & Hurstland Farm (KY), T-Sergio Ledezma, J-Juan J. Hernandez, $19,800.
4—Exit Stage Left, c, 4, Noonmark--Hana J, by Peaks and Valleys. ($43,000 '12 FTMOCT; $100,000 2013 BESMAR). O-Mark DeDomenico LLC and Hollendorfer, Jerry, B-Bright View Farm, Inc (NJ), $6,600.
3—Marino's Wild Cat, g, 6, Marino Marini--Faxene, by Dayjur. O-G C C I, B-Roy Guinnane (CA), $5,148.
Winning Time: 1:09 1/5 (ft)
 
GG, 8TH, ALW, $32,976, 3YO/UP, F/M, 1MT, 4-19.
1—MON PETITE, f, 4, Papa Clem--Avranches (FR), by Jeune Homme. O-Campbell, Gillian S, Clark, Dan, Hollendorfer, Jerry and Skoda, Greg, B-Barry Abrams, Madeline Auerbach &Marie Goda (CA), T-Jerry Hollendorfer, J-Russell A. Baze, $21,060.
10—Sarahline, f, 4, Northern Afleet--Hold the Sugar, by Forest Wildcat. ($65,000 '12 KEESEP; $210,000 2013 OBSMAR). O-Mark DeDomenico LLC, Hollendorfer, Jerry, Myers, Will and Todaro, George, B-James A & Janeane A Everatt & J Arika Everatt - Meeuse (ON), $5,400.
5—Tebowing, m, 5, Fusaichi Pegasus--Eyes Aglow, by Broad Brush. ($10,000 '11 KEESEP). O-Walnut View Farms Inc, B-Bill Wahl (KY), $3,240.
Winning Time: 1:38 2/5 (fm)
 
EVD, 9TH, AOC, $32,500, 3YO/UP, 1M, 4-18.
8—YONADIXIE, g, 5, Yonaguska--Shes Dixies Eskimo, by Eskimo. O-John Luck, B-John Luck (LA), T-Samuel Breaux, J-Diego Saenz, $19,500.
4—Well's Gold, g, 7, Gold Tribute--Lucky Buck's Baby, by Spend a Buck. O-Knights Prairie Racing, B-J Weldon Granger (LA), $6,500.
10—Louisiana Flyboy, c, 4, Fusaichi Pegasus--Montanis, by More Than Ready. O-Gallineau, Dwayne, Forman, Harold G and Seelig, Stanley B, B-Stanley Seelig (LA), $3,575.
Winning Time: 1:39 2/5 (wf)
 
PEN, 5TH, ALW, $30,149, 4YO/UP, F/M, 1M, 4-18.
7—AS NOTED, f, 4, Giant Gizmo--Note to Self, by Notebook. O-Rock Bottom Ranch, B-Frank Di Giulio Jr (ON), T-Sandee D. Martin, J-Dana G. Whitney, $17,700.
1—Pelican Par, f, 4, Borrego--Golden Par, by Gold Meridian. ($13,000 '12 FTKOCT; $11,000 '12 TEXAUG; $9,500 2013 OBSJUN). O-Cachet Thoroughbreds, LLC, B-Meritage Ventures Inc & Wintergreen Stallion Station (TX), $5,900.
5—Donna's Girl, m, 5, Go for Gin--Tribal Moon, by Malibu Moon. ($1,000 '10 FTMDEC). O-Arthur G Shopf, B-Emile Bateman (PA), $3,894.
Winning Time: 1:41 4/5 (ft)
 
ALB, 9TH, ALW, $26,600, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-19.
2—E P WHO, g, 4, The Way Home--Belly Dance, by Robyn Dancer. O-MCM Racing, LLC, B-Sam E & Sammy L Stevens (NM), T-Weston Martin, J-Ry Eikleberry, $15,960.
1—Tylers Dixie Chick, f, 4, Dixieland Cash--Devilish Dixie, by Dixie Dot Com. O-Tyler Hunt, B-Glen Hunt (NM), $5,320.
7—Atillas Gift, g, 3, Attila's Storm--Sentimental Gift, by Green Dancer. ($27,000 '13 RUIAUG). O-Bryant, Scott and Brooks, Joe Dee, B-R D Hubbard (NM), $2,660.
Winning Time: 1:09 2/5 (ft)
 
ALB, 10TH, ALW, $25,600, 3YO/UP, 5 1/2F, 4-19.
5—NOT MY NOTE, g, 3, Fusaichi Zenon (JPN)--Best Note Yet, by Your Eminence. O-Michael G Weatherly, B-Michael Weatherly (NM), T-Dan H. Dennison, J-Casey T. Lambert, $15,360.
1—Gator Heat, g, 3, Southwestern Heat--Gator Prowl, by Roar of the Tiger. O-Robison, J Kirk and Judy, B-Judy & J Kirk Robison (NM), $5,120.
3—Text Me Atthe Turn, g, 4, To Teras--Circa's Corsage, by Corslew. O-Pamela Sena, B-Pamela Ginnings Sena (NM), $2,560.
Winning Time: 1:02 4/5 (ft)
 
HAW, 7TH, ALW, $24,116, 3YO/UP, 5 1/2F, 4-19.
1—SHERE KHAN, g, 4, Mr. Greeley--Page Dancer, by Hennessy. O-Peter W Seals, B-C Kidder, N Cole, B Kidder & Mr Greeley Syndicate (KY), T-Tammy Domenosky, J-Dick Cardenas, $13,860.
7—Smokem Gray, g, 7, Smoke Glacken--Castle Gardens (IRE), by Common Grounds (GB). ($16,000 '09 KEESEP). O-Jack Guggisberg, B-Blandford Stud and W Kenan Rand Jr (KY), $4,620.
10—Son of Pearl, g, 5, Simon Pure--Pearl My Girl, by Distorted Humor. O-William Stiritz, B-KC Yanez & Charles Sigrist (IL), $3,557.
Winning Time: 1:03 4/5 (my)
 
LS, 2ND, ALW, $22,000, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-18.
5—ACES N JACKS, g, 4, Jet Phone--Pure Mischief, by Wayne's Crane. O-Wimp Free Racing Stable, B-Diamond D Ranch (TX), T-W. Bret Calhoun, J-M. Clifton Berry, $13,140.
1—Witt Six, g, 3, Drums of Thunder--Taitt Hill, by Graeme Hall. O-Henry S Witt, Jr, B-Henry S Witt Jr (TX), $4,380.
2—Dust 'Em Early, g, 7, Early Flyer--Pixie Dust Dreams, by Unreal Zeal. O-Larry Contois, B-Laura & Larry Contois (TX), $2,409.
Winning Time: 1:10 2/5 (ft)
 
EMD, 9TH, ALW, $21,700, 3YO, 5 1/2F, 4-18.
5—O B HARBOR, g, 3, Harbor the Gold--Flying Memo, by Memo (CHI). ($18,500 '13 WASAUG). O-One Horse Will Do Corporation, B-Bret Christopherson (OR), T-Chris Stenslie, J-Jose Luis Zunino, $11,825.
2—Betrbegone, g, 3, Parker's Storm Cat--Final Drummer, by Tough Knight. O-Howard E Maggard, B-Howard E Maggard (WA), $4,300.
6—Moby, g, 3, Harbor the Gold--Last Thoughts, by Doneraile Court. O-Blue Diamond Stable and Johnson, Janet, B-Bill & Janet A Johnson (WA), $3,225.
Winning Time: 1:02 1/5 (ft)
 
ALB, 8TH, ALW, $21,600, 3YO/UP, F/M, 5 1/2F, 4-18.
8—LAUGH IT UP, f, 4, Straight Faced--E Major, by E Dubai. O-Duane Cugnini, B-Adam Parker & Suzette Parker (FL), T-Justin R. Evans, J-Elvin Gonzalez, $12,960.
7—Rousanne, f, 3, Desert Party--Auntie Soph, by Valiant Nature. ($15,000 '13 FTKJUL; $37,000 2014 BESMAR; $50,000 2014 FTKJU2). O-Teed Off Stable LLC, B-Dr & Mrs Stuart E Brown II (KY), $4,320.
1—Bar Car, f, 4, Silver Train--Boca Belle, by Silver Deputy. ($2,500 '11 KEENOV). O-Kings River Ranch, B-Lakland Farm (KY), $2,160.
Winning Time: 1:04 3/5 (ft)
 
LS, 8TH, ALW, $21,000, 3YO/UP, F/M, 1M, 4-19.
1—HONOR LISABETH, f, 4, Magic Cat--Evening Starlet, by Monarchos. O-Raymond Todd White, B-Robert & Peggy Hammond (TX), T-Karl Broberg, J-C.J. McMahon, $12,420.
7—Armonica (MEX), f, 4, Election Day (IRE)--Delta Run, by Cherokee Run. O-Pozo de Luna, Inc, B-Rancho Pozo de Luna (MEX), $4,140.
6—Dixieland Parade, m, 6, Leading the Parade--Dixie Darlene, by Dixieland Band. ($1,000 '09 TEXDEC). O-Stephen P Whiting, B-Jeanne Ann Stasny (TX), $2,277.
Winning Time: 1:40 4/5 (ft)
 
MNR, 1ST, ALW, $20,700, 3YO/UP, F/M, 6F, 4-19.
4—FORBIDDEN, m, 5, Holy Bull--My McIntosh, by Pulpit. O-KatieRich Stables, B-Katierich Stables (KY), T-Mark Hubley, J-Christian P. Pilares, $12,627.
7—Senorita Dominguez, f, 3, Habayeb--Miss Van Gogh, by Vindication. O-Weaver, Paula K and Carrillo-Dominguez, Gerardo, B-Jacqueline Rosalie Jackson (OH), $4,140.
2—Rulelikecleopatra, f, 4, Roman Ruler--Golden Voice, by Stravinsky. O-Alan Tennenbaum, B-TBS Farms, LLC (KY), $2,070.
Winning Time: 1:14 1/5 (ft)
 
TAM, 8TH, ALW, $20,300, 4YO/UP, 1MT, 4-19.
5—CROWN THY GOOD, g, 5, Dynaformer--America America, by Mister Baileys (GB). ($410,000 '11 KEESEP). O-Lael Stables, B-Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings LLC (KY), T-Arnaud Delacour, J-Fernando De La Cruz, $12,000.
9—Tizbreezy, r, 4, Tiznow--Westerly Breeze, by Gone West. ($20,000 '12 FTKOCT; $6,000 2014 OBSJUN). O-Burnham Stable and Smock, Lori A, B-Cooper Thoroughbred Management LLC (KY), $4,000.
10—Skiffs Brewmeister, g, 6, Milwaukee Brew--City Skiff, by Slew City Slew. O-Double T Racing, B-Robert J Klein (FL), $2,300.
Winning Time: 1:35 1/5 (fm)
 
GN, 2ND, ALW, $20,000, 5YO/UP, 26FT, 4-18.
10—SOVEREIGN FUND, g, 9, Giant's Causeway--Colonial Play, by Pleasant Colony. O-Upland Partners, B-Robert S Evans (KY), T-Todd McKenna, J-Annie Yeager, $12,000.
5—Guts for Garters (IRE), g, 12, Presenting (GB)--Asklynn (IRE), by Beau Sher (GB). (28,000GBP 2011 DONAGH). O-Stewart Strawbridge, B-Keith Douglas (IRE), $3,600.
6—Class Brahms, g, 7, Brahms--Class Babe, by Class Secret. O-Rosbrian Farm, B-Mede Cahaba Stable & Stud, LLC (VA), $2,000.
Winning Time: 6:18 2/5 (fm)
 
TUP, 6TH, ALW, $18,000, 3YO/UP, A1MT, 4-18.
2—CRUSHED IT, g, 4, Petionville--Enduring Charm, by Batonnier. O-Bada Beng Racing LLC, B-Margaux Farm Llc & Kent Ochs (KY), T-Mike Chambers, J-Geovanni Franco, $11,160.
1—But You Promised, g, 6, Broken Vow--Western Humor, by Gone West. O-Shawn H Davis, B-Stuart S Janney, III LLC (KY), $3,600.
6—Magic Cash, c, 4, Tapit--Magic Kitty, by Storm Cat. O-Mercedes Stables LLC, B-Mercedes Stables LLC (KY), $1,800.
Winning Time: 1:35 2/5 (fm)
 
MNR, 1ST, ALW, $16,200, 3YO/UP, 6F, 4-18.
3—FEELIN GREAT, h, 5, Albert the Great--Loving Feeling, by End Sweep. O-J Michael Baird, B-J Michael Baird (WV), T-J. Michael Baird, J-Deshawn L. Parker, $9,720.
7—Sin City Weekend, g, 4, City Weekend--Case Adia, by Gold Case. O-C L M Racing LLC, B-Connie Pass, Penny Ricketts & Nancy Oshier (IN), $3,240.
8—Swear, g, 6, Tale of the Cat--May Day Vow, by Broken Vow. O-Equinox, Inc, B-Forging Oaks LLC (KY), $1,620.
Winning Time: 1:13 3/5 (ft)
 
MID, 8TH, ALW, $0, 5YO/UP, 2 5/8MT, 4-18.
7—SALUDA SAM, g, 10, Adcat--Super Skirt, by Proud Truth. O-Irvin S Naylor, B-F R Bobby Nelson (SC), T-William S. Meister, J-Gerard Galligan, $0.
1—Schoolhouse Woods, g, 8, Sky Classic--Mabelino, by Trempolino. O-Kinross Corporation, B-Kinross Corp (KY), $0.
3—Spy in the Sky, g, 11, Thunder Gulch--Monaassabaat, by Zilzal. O-Colvin G Ryan, B-Gainsborough Farm LLC (KY), $0.
Winning Time: 5:32 (gd)

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North American Maiden Winners
After Market--What a Lady by West Acre; FIT FOR A LADY, f, 3, TAM, Mcl 8000, 4-19, 6 1/2f, 1:19 3/5. B-Gilbert G. Campbell (FL.).
Bluegrass Cat--Indian Breeze by Indian Charlie; STERLING WAGER, g, 3, SA, Mcl 20000, 4-19, 7f, 1:24 1/5. B-William Peeples (KY.).
City Zip--Ghost Queen by Silver Ghost; GHOST CITY KING, g, 3, PRM, Msw, 4-18, 6f, 1:11 1/5. B-Dream Walkin' Farms, Inc & Prime Time Racing (KY.).
Closing Argument--Go for Ginnie by Go for Gin; STOP THE NONSENSE, g, 3, PIM, Mcl 12500, 4-19, 6f, 1:14 2/5. B-C. A. Hill Jr. (KY.).
Congrats--Devil's Bride by Devil's Bag; GEORGE'S BLEND, c, 3, LS, Mcl 7500, 4-18, 1m, 1:43 2/5. B-James A. Everatt, Janeane A. Everatt & J. Arika Everatt - Meeuse (ON.). $40,000 '13 KEESEP.
Cool Coal Man--Opaque by Essence of Dubai; JUNE FLOWER, f, 3, GP, Mcl 12500, 4-19, 5fT, :57 4/5. B-John E. Shaw (FL.). $1,000 2014 OBSJAN.
Disco Rico--July Orchid by Lear Fan; DANCING RICO, c, 3, WO, Mcl 32000, 4-19, 6 1/2f, 1:20 1/5. B-Tony Grey & Peter Colon (NY.).
Eskendereya--Miss Forest City by Coronado's Quest; MISS FORTY NINER, f, 3, GG, Msw, 4-19, 1mT, 1:38 1/5. B-Runnymede Farm Inc. & Catesby W. Clay (KY.). $45,000 2014 OBSAPR.
Forestry--Eyesforuska by Yonaguska; CHUCK CHUCK GOOSE, c, 3, PRM, Mcl 15000, 4-19, 5f, :59 . B-Springland Farm, Inc., Aaron Jones & Marie Jones (KY.). $35,000 '13 KEESEP; $30,000 2014 OBSAPR; $11,000 2014 OBSJUN.
Golden Missile--The Name Was Gone by Gone for Real; REDNECK GOLD, f, 3, AQU, Mcl 25000, 4-19, 5 1/2f, 1:05 3/5. B-Milfer Farm Inc. (NY.).
Holy Bull--Velva by Gold Legend; GREENBACK DOLLAR, g, 3, PRM, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:13 . B-William L. Hobbs (IA.). *1/2 to Launch Light (MSW$327,496).
Kitten's Joy--Grove City by Pleasant Tap; MY CHARLIE BOY, g, 3, GG, Mcl 20000, 4-18, 1mT, 1:39 3/5. B-John O'Meara & Ramsey Farm, Inc. (KY.). $60,000 2014 OBSAPR. *1/2 to City Number (SW$329,121).
Kitten's Joy--Bambolina by War Chant; KITTEN'S ROAR, f, 3, GP, Msw, 4-19, 7 1/2fT, 1:29 1/5. B-Dapple Bloodstock (KY.). $130,000 '13 KEESEP.
Kitten's Joy--Cash Flow by Gilded Time; LINDA'S KITTEN, f, 3, KEE, Mcl 20000, 4-19, 1 1/8m, 1:56 2/5. B-Curtis C. Green (KY.).
Lemon Drop Kid--Shadow of Mine by Belong to Me; JOHNSON CITY KID, c, 3, PIM, Msw, 4-19, 1 1/16mT, 1:43 3/5. B-Sagamore Farm (MD.).
Majesticperfection--Sweet Abilena by Gone West; MAJESTIC HOLIDAY, f, 3, LS, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:14 . B-C. Kidder & N. Cole (KY.). $40,000 '13 KEESEP.
Medaglia d'Oro--Golden Way (IRE) by Cadeaux Genereux (GB); SENTIERO ITALIA, f, 3, AQU, Msw, 4-19, 1 1/8mT, 1:51 . B-Darley (KY.). *1/2 to Ashkal Way (IRE) (G1$798,580).
Midnight Lute--She's Funomenal by Fusaichi Pegasus; GLORIOUS MOMENT, f, 3, WO, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:12 2/5. B-Michael Pegram, Karl Watson & Paul Weitman (KY.). $37,000 2014 OBSJUN.
Midshipman--Mattie Cakes by Meadowlake; ADRIFT, f, 3, AQU, Mcl 30000, 4-19, 6 1/2f, 1:18 4/5. B-Dr. Mike Sanders & Sue Sanders (KY.). $105,000 '13 KEESEP.
Munnings--Tashiling by Langfuhr; DAN'S GIRL, f, 3, WO, Mcl 16000, 4-19, 5f, 1:00 . B-Gail Wood & W. Diamant (ON.). C$20,000 '13 ONTSEP.
Old Forester--Say It Right by Soto; OLD SAYING, c, 3, WO, Msw, 4-19, 5f, :58 1/5. B-Edenvale Stable (ON.).
Pomeroy--Sister Greeley by Mr. Greeley; GRANDSON AT LAST, c, 3, GG, Mcl 25000, 4-19, 5 1/2f, 1:04 3/5. B-Scott Alan Lackey & Brenda K Jones (FL.). $20,000 '13 KEESEP; $15,000 '13 OBSJAN.
Proud Citizen--Outofthepast by Exchange Rate; RETRO CITIZEN, f, 3, PRM, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:13 3/5. B-Dream Walkin Farm (KY.).
Ready's Image--Miss Moneywise by Crafty Prospector; GOLFIN' DE AN, f, 3, PRM, Mcl 7500, 4-19, 6f, 1:13 1/5. B-Dream Walkin' Farms, Inc. & Lanita D (KY.).
Rockport Harbor--Water Park by Strodes Creek; BLUE HARBOR, g, 3, SA, Mcl 50000, 4-18, 1mT, 1:36 3/5. B-Stone Farm (KY.). $50,000 '13 KEESEP.
Roman Commander--Hurricane Whiz by Wild Rush; ZIPPINAROUNDTOWN, f, 3, EMD, Mcl 15000, 4-19, 5f, :58 . B-Kristin Mulhall (CA.).
Rumors of Peace--Mar La Tee by Jim'smrtee; DEPUTYARTEE, g, 3, PRM, Mcl 7500, 4-18, 6f, 1:12 3/5. B-Jim Hutzel (AR.).
Scat Daddy--Valour Road by Honour and Glory; FOOLED AGAIN, c, 3, EMD, Moc 25000, 4-18, 5f, :57 . B-Oak Crest Farm (KY.). $4,300 '13 WASAUG.
Scat Daddy--Queen of Rocknroll by Rock and Roll; HAIL TO ROCKNROLL, f, 3, PRX, Mcl 10000, 4-19, 6f, 1:15 1/5. B-William Niarakis Jr. & Stephen Sinatra (NY.).
Sharp Humor--Camela Carson (MSW$390,378), by Lord Carson; KERA KERA, f, 3, PRM, Msw, 4-18, 6f, 1:11 4/5. B-RPM Thoroughbreds (IA.).
Spring At Last--Melo Sophie by Dixie Union; WHOGOOSEDTHEMOOSE, f, 3, PRX, Mcl 12500, 4-19, 1m 70y, 1:51 . B-Ric-Deg Farm & Luisa Degwitz (FL.). $16,000 '13 OBSJAN.
Street Cry (IRE)--Sara Louise (G2$400,435), by Malibu Moon; MRS. HUDSON, f, 3, AQU, Msw, 4-19, 6 1/2f, 1:17 3/5. B-Darley (KY.).
Street Sense--Truly Blushed (MSW$263,199), by Yes It's True; ALLIDOISDREAMOFYOU, c, 3, KEE, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:11 3/5. B-Glencrest Farm (KY.). $250,000 '13 KEESEP.
Where's the Ring--Haliburtonhighland by Highland Ruckus; HARVEYS IN COURT, g, 3, WO, Msw, 4-19, 5f, :59 2/5. B-Paul Buttigieg (ON.). C$17,000 '13 ONTSEP.
Wild Desert--Whispered by Quiet American; DR. FAGER'S GAL, f, 3, SA, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:09 4/5. B-Gessler Racing, LLC (NY.). $12,000 '13 FTMSEP; $85,000 2014 OBSAPR.
Cowboy Cal--Rose City by Carson City; TEXAS TOWN, g, 4, MNR, Mcl 5000, 4-18, 5f, 1:03 . B-Elise Benedict Browne (NY.). $43,000 '12 FTNAUG.
Limehouse--Cinnamon Secret by Cozzene; LAKER PRIDE, g, 4, PEN, Mcl 5000, 4-18, 6f, 1:14 4/5. B-Thomas Willmott (NY.). $4,000 '12 FTMOCT; $17,000 2013 OBSJUN.
Milwaukee Brew--Classy Credentials by Golden Missile; MYTHOS, c, 4, PIM, Msw, 4-19, 1 1/16m, 1:46 . B-Adena Springs (ON.).
Brahms--Aisling by Deposit Ticket; BUSTER BRAHMS, g, 5, EVD, Mcl 7500, 4-18, 6f, 1:13 1/5. B-J. Tim White III (LA.). *1/2 to Smalltown Slew (MSW$336,751).
Concerto--Chill Town Banner by Seeking the Crown; CONCERTO'S ENCORE, g, 5, TAM, Mcl 8000, 4-19, 7f, 1:25 . B-Norma J. Emond (FL.).
Corinthian--Mississippi Madam by Smoke Glacken; CORINTHIAN SUMMER, g, 5, TAM, Mcl 16000, 4-19, 1mT, 1:36 4/5. B-Highlands of Lexington, R Beck, M Hernon, C Aker, K Patsey & RADS Inv (KY.). $70,000 '11 FTKOCT.
Dynaformer--Tabrir (IRE) by Unfuwain; AJZAA, g, 5, MID, Msw, 4-18, 2 1/8mT, 4:29 1/5. B-Shadwell Farm, LLC (KY.). 7,200gns 2013 TATJUL.
Eugene's Third Son--Go Baby by Kissin Kris; GEORGIA'S GENIE, m, 5, EVD, Mcl 7500, 4-18, 1m, 1:42 1/5. B-Stephen G. Dowden Jr. (LA.).
Impeachment--Goldenrod Kisses by Chequer; LILLY KISSES, m, 5, HAW, Mcl 7500, 4-19, 6f, 1:14 4/5. B-Windylea Farm (IA.).
McCann's Mojave--Maganda by Olympio; BLAZING MOJAVE, g, 5, GG, Mcl 12500, 4-19, 6f, 1:11 4/5. B-Leslie Figge (CA.).
Mr Smart Strike--Gophers Grl by Trancus; SMART STRIKE GRL, m, 5, LS, Mcl 7500, 4-19, 1m, 1:43 2/5. B-Kenneth W. Merryman (TX.). ***FIRST WINNER FOR SIRE
Rusty Pacific--Midnite Countessa by Cresta Powered; MIDNITE BREEZZEE, m, 5, SUD, Msw, 4-19, 4f, :47 3/5. B-Edward C. Hounshell (WA.). ***FIRST WINNER FOR SIRE
Sexy Cowboy--Exciting Lady by Kyle's Our Man; EXCITING COWBOY, g, 5, FON, Msw, 4-19, 6f, 1:18 1/5. B-Allan Leapley (NE.).

HANDICAPPER'S EDGE is compiled by Bloodstock Research Information Services. This newsletter may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. Copyright 2011, Bloodstock Research Information Services. Information as to the races, race results and earnings was obtained from Equibase Company LLC and is utilized herein with the permission of the copyright owner, Equibase Company LLC.

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