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Racing! Engaging in CHRB business

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Hello, my name is John Cherwa and we welcome back to our horse racing newsletter and we are getting some tips on harassment Rob Henie.

It is still more than a week away but the next meeting of California Horse Racing Board could be one for the ages. It's on November 21 at 9:30 pm across the street from Del Mar at the Hilton. There are 28 items, undoubtedly canceling the October meeting. I wouldn't be surprised if he was still going well after Del Mar's first job. Heck, it may still be going on when the teams change valet at the Hilton.

How I see it, there are three things that should be very interesting.

The first one, No. 3, electing a new chairperson and deputy chairperson. Now, the big story is that Fred Maas going from the board when its term expires on 1 January Bryce Miller of the San Diego Union-Tribune. You can read his column here. (Note: It is not the first item.)

“Because of the time constraints with everything else I was doing, it didn't make sense, ”Said Maas, a special adviser to the Bears, with Miller. “I always hope for the best, for sport and for those involved.”

Current vice-chairman Madeline Auerbach the slam-dunk was considered better, but then things went south. We (the Times L.) gave a report on her business arrangement with her Tim Ritvo, chief operating officer of the Stronach Group. It was a case to be a business partners with someone who regulates you, which was good at the CHRB solicitors. When he was known, Ritvo sold his interest in a horse called Fravel, named after him Craig Fravel, now chief executive of TSG. (This cannot be done.)

This was subsequently re-examined by the TSG and RSG Gav Newsom Gov he spoke loudly and clearly about a desire to cancel conflicts of interest. Auerbach is one of the main breeders and owners of California and has done nothing but to make the most of horses and racing in the state first. But at this time, her candidature was made on the chair. In fact, don't be surprised if Auerbach announces that she is leaving the table before the end of the year.

So who is left? There are three new members. Alex Solisa former jockey, he has been a member since 2015 but in fact he is not as the dominant personality you would need in a chair. Yes Dennis Alfieri, who has a great personality and could control the room. And appointed this year Gregory Ferraro, who is a veterinarian and which is best in charge when safety is so great.

There are also two newcomers, who had the same meeting when the board voted to give Northern California time to reach the racing dates but denied the same privilege to Southern California. Both votes were allowing extra time of California California Oscar Gonzales and Wendy Mitchell. The rest of the board quo voted with its controversial dates of California California.

OK, we're going to guess here that Ferraro is the next chairman and that Gonzalez is the next vice-chairman. Whatever happens, it will be a deal done before the meeting even begins. There won't be a floor fight.

The next major item 8 is that allows Santa Anita to hold his meeting starting on 18 December to broadcast revenue simultaneously and December 26 for live racing. Usually this would be an easy passage – and it will only exist for it could be long to go there. Based on the amount of public traffic connected to Del Mar getting his last license this could go on for some time. In the case of Del Mar, animal rights activists went to the microphone one after another to believe that Del Mar should not be granted a license. He never suspected him.

It may be even longer that point to get caused by 37 Santa Anita's death record this year (going back to December 30). Here's the deal. Santa Anita will get his license. Now, everyone who wants to speak has the opportunity to speak. But I was surprised at a recent meeting of my HOA where the idea to cancel a 20-plus year rule was that you could not park your pick overnight in your path. This rule goes back when the pickups were not a high quality car. However, the HOA boards ruled that if you were to say the same thing to a previous speaker that you were only allowed to stand up and say “I agree with what was said.”

Certainly, there are different rules between a government body and a HOA, as it should be. However, after a while of a dozen of the recent CHRB meetings, the points being brought up, on both sides, are beginning to sound like the same.

A number of medication issues are also being surrendered, but I believe that No. 19 The final flash point was: “Discussion and action by the Board in relation to the addition of the CHRB Rule 1688. Use of Riding Crops.”

Oh, boy, this could go on for some time if he hasn't put it out before the meeting. The best guess is that a compromise will be reached allowing the rider to be used (ie Fuip) but not higher than the shoulder. It is similar to the European standard. This prediction is the least certain.

So stay tuned because the end of the year is more interesting.

Weekly disadvantageous lesson

This is our weekly contribution from Rob Henie from the WCHR (West Coast Harassment Report) and ECHR (East Coast Prevention Report). Today's analysis comes from the seventh race at Del Mar and includes some blocked angles in the mix. Rob, take it out.

Today's lesson is from the third race at Del Mar.

“This is a special morning weight at 1 ⅛ miles on the peat. The WCHR has known for years, therefore, because of our rich work with times, understanding trainer patterns on the circuit, therefore being able to find out if horse involved well. In a race similar to this race, the full range is already underway, but as we like to tell members, the MSW area is often very different from others. For example, when we look at # 5 MUSKOKA, we see a horse that just lost in $ 50,000 police clone, but in fact, as we said, the group was not $ 50,000 more than a $ 12,500 database. That's a nice note, don't you say? While most of the handicappers are watching the 12th October at its value, as a $ 50,000 race, it was much smaller. The horse # 7 MAIN MAIN he leaves a race on October 20, MSW listed, but as we noticed this was a $ 32,000 group, so it wasn't terrible, but it was far from the legitimate foundation of MSW. Baseline? An understanding of the stock that makes up a morning race, is that angle so steep to be on our side. With that in mind, the best option is CAY HELP (# 2), running fairly back in New York for Don Chatlos, but face better MSW groups than the bunch listed this, even adding blinkers with it today Mike Smith accepting. While we seem to have a matched MSW race here, there are poor areas in front of the local team, opening up a good effort from the New York invasion. DA KINE (# 1) strings through racing together from the long series, fresh here late in the year, and more land, turf, and Draft Van Dyke. Improvement is coming, and if the invaders fail to do it for any reason, the door would be open to reach this one first.

“Hot / Cold Race Trends: no

“Winners (priority order) t: 2-1

“X Runners): 4

“PAPER: CARD CARE (# 2 3-1 Smith)

“SECOND CHOICE: GHOST STREET (# 3 4-1 Garcia)”

The West Coast Physical Report can be accessed at http://www.westcoasthorseracing.com It is endorsed by key trainers, handicappers and industry sources.

Who understands, I know?

Me, of course. In a Saturday newsletter, where I mentioned Belvoir Bay, I said he won the Breeders Sprint Cup. Of course, I meant the Sprint Turf. Sorry about that.

Del Mar Review

Feature Saturday, the $ 75,000 Let It Ride stakes for 3 year olds going miles on the turf was a finish as close as you could get. Official margin of winning Bob and Jackie was listed above Pedro Proud as a nose because there is nothing less.

Bob and Jackie were out for more than 10 months with a bone problem. He is trained by Richard Baltas and his riding was there Heriberto Figueroa.

Bob and Jackie paid $ 6.80, $ 4.00 and $ 2.80. Ocean Fury was in third place followed by Dueling and Golden Birthday in the park five horses.

Since he won Eddie Logan Stakes late last year, Bob and Jackie returned successfully to the competition, discovering the Proud Head to get the $ 77,550.

Riding by a star apprentice once off Heriberto FigueroaBob and Jackie won a pioneering finish at the narrowest margins of the Proud Pride, who piloted Rafael Bejarano. Figueroa won the third Saturday on board Tiger Twirling.

Ocean Fury came third in the top five, the best with 8-5 which was three quarters of a length behind the runner and a nose in front of Dueling fourth. The Golden Birthday, the former pacesetter, went to the fifth and last fifth. The withdrawal from the competition was carnivorous.

Bob and Jackie, who owned Zayat Stables and received training from Richard Baltas, were sent in the time of 1: 34.97 along the mile over the grass course. The second compact option returned at 2-1, Twirling son Candy $ 6.60, $ 4 and $ 2.60 after he celebrated his third victory in four debut. The first money of $ 46,260 increased the cholt's earnings to $ 134,500.

Jockey Draft Van Dyke he had a triple saddle, scoring with three two-year-old children, the French poets Guitty in the fourth race, the very stressful goal which was very much emphasized. Authentic in the fifth and end, in the ninth race, Unoptured Hero, trained by Baltas.

Del Mar preview

There are nine races on Sunday card starting at 12:30 p.m. It is a nice card with three optional / optional clampers, two morning races (unclaimed) and bets. The feature of the Desi Arnaz stakes is $ 100,000 for two-year old sheets of 6 ½ furlongs. And we all know that Desi liked to the dilute.

The best option, at 4-5, is Leucothea for the trainer Peter Miller and jockey Abel Cedillo. Now I am very close and personal to Leucothea more than most of the horses. I was in the circle of winners for the Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita when the jockey fell badly Norberto Arroyo, Jr.and went to the outer railway where original speakers were standing. (Although I was running fast quickly.) Luckily no one was seriously injured, including the horse. She came back and won 8 ½ lengths of the Anoakia Stay. At risk of outgoing joke, if she has not won, she will have some “splash”. ”There are two for five this year.

Stellar Sound is the second best choice at 5-2 Bob Baffert and Draft Van Dyke. She won the first race with half her length but finished the fifth in Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante.

The field sizes are in order: 7, 8, 7, 8, 7, 8, 7, 6, 10.

Pick Dmr Bob Ike the day

5th IMMEDIATE (4-1)

Sprinter quick peat from Bill McLean A barn has rattled three straight at the area of ​​this five vacant at Golden Gate and there is no reason she cannot pull a ship down and win another one. She has 0-for-5 on Del Mar course but some of them were going long and it is clear that she got her niche going short on grass. She seems too fast for these, so we will give her a tab to take another one in a gateway to a wire.

Result Saturday: Ella's awesome tour (7-1) got a tour and a wonderful trip, and he followed the winner on the stretch in the end, and it fired, the best runner and clean it from the third horse. We will take this effort from a price horse every time.

Bob Ike is a Partner / Vice President of Horsebills.com (this is a video) BobIkePicks.com and proprietary (full card picks, 3 Drama strategy and Best betting).

Major races review

A look at steps or grading races worth $ 100,000 or more on Saturday or late Friday.

Aqueduct (7): $ 100,000 Pumpkin stakes Pie, dilute and 3 and up mares, 7. Winner: Saguaro Row ($ 10.40)

Aqueduct (8): $ 150,000 Artie Schiller stakes, 3 and up, 1 mile on peat. Winner: Honor Curlin ($ 17.40)

Churchill (6) $ 102,000 allowance / claim optional, dilute and mares 3 and up, 7. Winner: Princess Causeway ($ 14.60) t

Aqueduct (9): $ 100,000 Atlantic stakes, children 2 years, 6 furnace on peat. Winner: Jack and Noah ($ 10.60)

Woodbine (8): $ 100,000 Frost King Roots, Children 2 years old, 7. Winner: Line Dotted ($ 100.40)

Churchill (10): Grades 3 Peat Commonwealth, Grade 3 $ 125,000, 3 years of age, 1 1/16 miles on peat. Winner: Mr Dumas ($ 21.40)

There are big races at preview

A look at steps or graduated races that are worth $ 100,000 or more are Sunday. Each time PDT:

11:05 Woodbine (3): $ 100,000 Prevoyante stakes, breeding nets without marriage 3 years of age, 1 1/16 miles. Favorite: Sav (8-5)

12:20 Aqueduct (8): $ 150,000 New York Still Series, dilute NY-breds and 3 and up mares, 7 furlongs. The favorite thing: Newly Minted (7-2)

12:50 Aqueduct (9): $ 100,000 Stewart Manor Stakes, dilute 2 years for age, 6 furnace. The favorite thing: Enola Gay (3-1)

4:03 Del Mar (8): $ 100,000 Desna Arnaz stakes, dilute 2 years of age, 6 ½ furlongs. Your favorite thing: Leucothea (4-5)

Pick LA today at Ed Burgart

SIZE: No. 2 Sunbeams Royal Ewin (3-2)

Speed ​​figures in an area with backup speed numbers have improved at two of their favorite, Ojd One Favorite JJ and Corona Lake. In addition, Sunbeams Royal Ewin is very fast from the gate and should have a clear sailing drawing inside Counter It Quit It NR, which was slow from the gate in each of the four.

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And now stars of the show, Saturday results and Sunday entries.

Del Mar Charts Fruit for Saturday, 9th November.

Copyright 2019 at Equibase Company. Reproduction is prohibited. Club De Deloroughbred, Del Mar, California. All finishes are certified by Plusmic USA. The official register numbers may not match the position of the post. 2nd day of 15 day meeting. Clear & Fast

FIRST RACE.

1 Mile. Wallet: $ 53,000. Optional Claim Allowance. People 3 years old and up. Price $ 40,000 to claim. Time 23.00 47.13 1: 12.53 1: 25.60 1: 38.58


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

3 Potantico 115 2 3 3-2½ 3 ½ 3-hd 1 – hd 1 – ¾ Diaz, Jr. 2.10
6 Hardboot 124 5 1 5-1 5-1 6 3-hd 2–1¾ Gutierrez 5.60
1 Street Class 120 1 5 1 – hd 1–1 1 ½ 2 ½ 3–1¼ Fuentes 4.90
5 Mongolian hero 120 4 4 4-1½ 4-hd 5-hd 4 ½ 4 – nk Valdivia, Jr. 14.00
4 Shades of Victory 124 3 6 6 6 4-hd 5-1½ 5 – ¾ Flores 7.10
7 Through Egnatia 124 6 2 2-hd 2–1 2 ½ 6 6 Bejarano 1.80

3 POTANTICO 6.20 4.20 2.80
6 HARDBOOT 5.00 3.40
1 STREET CLASS 2.80
$ 1 EXACTA (3-6) $ 17.70
$ 2 QUINELLA (3-6) $ 19.60
SUPERFECTA 10-CENTER (3-6-1-5) $ 18.09
50-STEP VARIETY (3-6-1) t $ 29.05

Winner-Potantico Grr.g.3 by Gemologist from Frolic's Dream, with Glacken Smoke. Bred by SF Bloodstock LLC (KY). Trainer: Vladimir Cerin. Owner: Wilson, Holly and David. Pool $ 163,129 Exacta Pool $ 80,384 Quinella Pool $ 3,274 Excellent Pool $ 28,911 Trifecta Pool $ 50,610. Scratched – Jefe.

POTANTICO was due to horses then back on the back, went through depth in the second spin, re-offered four to leave the turn and into the stretch, it got narrow lead between foes in the stretch and had the game prevails late. HARDBOOT then started angled with the inside into the eye, went between horses to turn the speed, leave rivals leaving the second turn, bid between foes in the stretch and they willingly ended up. A program launched internally, which put pressure on the railway, which focused briefly into the second turn, which went out into the stretch, which was fighting between competitors in the drive and was third. MONGOLIAN OIL was right angled and the ground was saved pouring the speed, offering into the stretch and lane, some tight and pushing over the cool marker and was unable to offer the late kick required. The protected trees ran out of the railway and then through depth, they were five wide leaving the second turn and into the stretch and did not have the required response in the final teams. VIA EGNATIA encouraged the pace through deep then outside a rival, reapplying between foes leaving the second turn and three expanses into the stretch, it was in the middle of the street and was weak. The wardens did not allow claims for a fears for HERO MONGOLIAN wheels against the CLASS CLASS from interfering with the stretch, which ruled that the videotape failed to verify the claim.

SECOND RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 52,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies and Mares. People 3 years old and up. For 23.66 49.09 1: 13.47 1: 25.30 1: 36.99


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

2 Happy enough 122 2 3 1–1 1–1 1–1 1-1½ 1-1½ Pereira 1.80
1 Magic View 122 1 4 3–1 4–1 4–1 2–1 2 ½ Bejarano 5.20
6 Palm Vegas 124 6 5 6-3 6-2½ 5-hd 3-hd 3–2 Smith 5.00
3 Cover version 124 3 7 7 7 7 6 ½ 4–2¼ Espinoza 4.60
7 Gold Arrow 124 7 2 4 ½ 3-hd 3 ½ 4-hd 5 ½ Van Dyke 2.90
5 Tizwellwithmysoul 122 5 1 2 ½ 2–1 2-hd 5–2 6–1¼ T Baze 19.60
4 Storm Lily 122 4 6 5-1 5 ½ 6-3 7 7 Blanc 34.20

2 Far too good 5.60 3.60 2.40
1 VISUAL EXPLANATIONS 5.80 3.60
6 VEGAS PALM 2.80
$ 2 DAILY DAILY (3-2) $ 30.60
$ 1 EXACTA (2-1) $ 12.80
$ 2 QUINELLA (1-2) $ 15.80
SUPERFECTA 10-CENT (2-1-6-3) $ 11.43
TRIFECTA 50-CENTER (2-1-6) $ 26.90

Winner – Many Happy Dbb.f.3 with Candy Twirling from Black Valentine, at Cindago. Bred by Kretz Racing, LLC (KY). Trainer: George Papaprodromou. Owner: Kretz Racing LLC. Swimming Pool $ 192,543 Pool Double $ 47,226 Swimming Pool $ 106,179 Quinella Pool $ 3,787 Excellent Pool $ 34,990 Trifecta Pool $ 63,755. Scratched-none.

You soon suffered the early lead, right angled in and set the inside speed, he replied when competitors came in the second leg, they went back again on that turn and were kept wisely under taps. backup of whip and good handling. VISUAL MAGIC saved the ground stalking the speed, forward inside the stretch, came out in the middle of the weather and was runner-up. VEGAS PALM approached a contestant and then three depths on the second twist and four around the stretch and was gone towards the place. The VERSION COVER came at right angles and settled inside, they came into the second leg and again in the upper stretch and set aside the others. Gold ARROW succeeded outside a competition, he put three in the second turns, he made the winner by leaving a trace leaving that turn and into the stretch and weakening some of them in the final building. TIZWELLWITHMYSOUL walked out as a competitor and then it was slightly off the railway, offering between horses into the second turning, continuing between foes leaving that turn, leaving the interior in the stretch and weakening too. The LILY STORY was in a good position to pour the speed inside the railway, then it went between horses on the second turn and straight from the inside into the stretch and there was no answer in the drive.

THIRD RACE.

6 Furlongs. Wallet: $ 21,000. Start Front Demand. People 3 years old and up. Price $ 12,500 to claim. For 21.87 45.16 57.95 1: 10.90


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ ½ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

6 Twirling Tiger 120 6 2 3-hd 3-3 3-2½ 1–3 Figueroa 1.80
2 Papa Turf 115 2 3 2–3 1 – hd 1 – hd 2–1½ Velez 2.20
3 Fast Cotton 120 3 1 1 – hd 2-2½ 2–1½ 3 ½ Delgadillo 2.70
4 My Dinero 118 4 7 7 6–2 4-1½ 4-hd Fuentes 22.40
5 Tiz Love 120 5 6 4-hd 5-hd 5-2½ 5-10 Aragon 15.80
1 Invasion is growing 120 1 4 6–1 4-hd 6–4½ 6–2¾ Espinoza 7.30
7 Two 120 7 5 5 ½ 7 7 7 Maldonado 29.30

6 TENDER 5.60 3.00 2.10
2 PAPA TURF 3.20 2.40
3 THE FAST COTTON 2.60
$ 2 DAILY DAILY (2-6) $ 16.80
$ 1 EXACTA (6-2) $ 7.60
$ 2 QUINELLA (2-6) $ 6.40
SUPERFECTA 10-IONAD (6-2-3-4) $ 9.73
TRIFECTA 50-CENTER (6-2-3) $ 8.55

Winner-Diving Pin B.g.6 by Twirling Candy from Rare Cat, by Tabasco Cat. Breeded by Lavin Bloodstock, Bernie Sams & William S. Farish, Jr. (KY). Trainer: Charles S. Treece. Owner: Thomas F. Hinds, III. Pool $ 229,314 Pool Double $ 22,523 Pool $ 125,794 Quinella Pool $ 5,291 Superfecta Pool $ 55,184 Pool Trifecta $ 86,841. Scratched-none.

Pay 50 Pick Cent-3 (3-2-6) $ 21.65. Pick Through Pool $ 64,857.

TIGER TRIRLING was pulled through a depth between horses then, in turn, came out in the upper stretch, urging on the front side in a deep stretch and it was best, then it didn't return and never canceled it. There was a speed between the PAPA TURF horses that were due to the interior, he put one forward leaving the turn, fighting back inside the stretch, leaving in the middle of the summer and at the second time. The FAST COTTON was angled and about it outside the runner, fought back the turn and in the stretch, it was between the sixteenth day horses and it was only a third part between late foes. MY DINERO departed from the railway, he went up to four widths of the turn and three went into the stretch and he wanted the show. TIZ LOVE got some of them at the start, pinned between horses on the back and the turn, went into the stretch and was trying to get a minor award. The ground was saved by stalking the speed, continued inside the drive and was weakened. He worked four large at the back of the eye and three at a time, he fell back from the railway leaving the route and had little left for the drive.

FOUR RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 53,000. Optional Claim Allowance. Fillies. People 2 years old. Price demanding $ 80,000. About 23.64 48.75 1: 13.62 1: 25.69 1: 37.60


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

6 Guitty 120 6 8 6 – hd 7–2 6–1 3–1 1–1¾ Van Dyke 2.00
1 Savvy Gal 120 1 4 1–1 1 – hd 1 – hd 1 ½ 2 – nk Bejarano 2.20
8 Lisa Seahawk 115 8 2 5-1½ 5-1 4–1 5-1½ 3–1¼ Velez 8.10
3 Integrated 120 3 7 7-1½ 6 – hd 7-3 6–1 4 – nk Fuentes 6.50
2 Navy Queen 115 2 6 4–2 4 ½ 3-hd 4-hd 5–2¼ Diaz, Jr. 11.80
5 Acai 120 5 3 2-hd 2–2 2–2 2-hd 6-2½ Gutierrez 32.50
4 Eclair 120 4 1 3-hd 3-hd 5 ½ 7–4½ 7–2¾ Roman 12.60
7 Power-proofing 120 7 5 8 8 8 8 8 Talamo 6.70

6 GUIDE (FR) 6.00 3.20 2.60
1 SAVVY HALL 3.20 2.60
8 SEAHAWK LISA 4.40
$ 2 DAILY DAILY (6-6) $ 14.00
$ 1 EXACTA (6-1) $ 9.50
$ 2 QUINELLA (1-6) $ 10.60
SUPERFECTA 10-CENTER (6-1-8-3) $ 21.44
TRIFECTA 50-CENTER (6-1-8) $ 31.25

Winner – Guitty (FR) Dbb.f.2 by Dunkerque (FR) from Pearling (GB), Cape Cross (IRE). Breeded by Hyperion Sarl (FR). Trainer: Leonard Powell. Owner: Benowitz Family Trust, Madaket Stables LLC, Mathiesen, M. and Powell, M. Scratched-none.

50 Pick Pick Cent-50 (2-6-6) paid $ 17.25. Pick Through Swimming $ 30,875.

GUITTY (FR) broke slightly slowly, she pulled her way through three deep then outside of a rival on the back, went through a depth of the second turn and four wide into the stretch, three wide motion in the middle, got the lead under some want the sixteenth day, he moved in short and won it clear. SAVVY GAL soon succeeded and laid down the speed inside, because the rail on the back and the second leg, fought back from the sidelines in the stretch and was in second place. SEAHAWK LISA reluctantly turned in and went out of competition and then three depths leaving the eye and second and into the stretch and it was gone towards the place. Some of the conventions were then secured at the outset, the ground was saved stalking the speed, it came to the fore in the drive and it was not possible to summon the necessary late kick. NAVY saved QUEEN land pouring the speed, continued within the stretch and the rally was not necessary. ACAI then sealed three secrets deeply outside the runner to the lead duel, hand held in the middle of the road and eventually weakened. ECLAIR pulled between horses then stalked outside a rival, fell back into the stretch and weakened. Right-angled COMMUNICATION CAPACITY inserted directly from the railway and then within the back and second bag, it came out in the stretch and was unsuccessful.

FIVE RACE.

5½ Furlongs. Wallet: $ 52,000. Maiden Special Weight. People 2 years old. For 22.42 45.68 57.48 1: 03.60


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ 3/8 Str Fin Jockey $ 1

6 Authentic 120 5 4 2–1½ 2–1½ 1-1½ 1-1½ Van Dyke 0.60
4 Jeffrjohn's 120 3 3 4–2 3-hd 3-1½ 2–1 Fuentes 8.50
7 Moon mischief 120 6 1 3 ½ 4-2½ 2-hd 3–6½ T Baze 6.50
5 Total Unit 120 4 2 1 – hd 1 ½ 4-5 4 ½ Franco 4.80
2 Winners Club 120 1 6 6 5-1 5-3½ 5-6 Smith 7.60
3 The largest 120 2 5 5-1 6 6 6 Pereira 23.10

6 AUTHENTIC 3.20 2.40 2.10
4 JEFFNJOHN 'STHUNDR 5.20 3.00
7 MOON COMMUNICATION 2.80
$ 2 DAILY DAILY (6-6) $ 11.80
$ 1 EXACTA (6-4) $ 6.40
$ 2 QUINELLA (4-6) $ 11.00
SUPERFECTA 10-CENTER (6-4-7-5) $ 4.27
TRIFECTA 50-CENTER (6-4-7) $ 10.00

Winner – Authentic B.c.2 with Into Mischief as Flawless, by Mr Greeley. Awarded by Peter E. Blum Thoroughbreds, LLC (KY). Trainer: Bob Baffert. Owner: SF Racing LLC, Starlight Racing, Madaket Stables LLC, Hertrich, III, Frederick, Fielding, John D. a. Swimming Pool $ 261,919 Swimming Pool $ 57,524 Pool $ 150,144 Quinella Pool $ 5,084 Superfecta Pool $ 55,789 Pool Trifecta $ 89,081. Scratched-He salittlewildcat.

$ 6.40 was paid with Pick Three-Pick Three (6-6-6). Pick Through Pool $ 92,691. Pick 50-Cent Four (2-6-6-1 / 6) 4 right paid $ 36.05. Choose Four Pool $ 219,638. 50-Cent Pick Five (3-2-6-6-1 / 6) 5 right paid $ 217.10. Choose Five Pools $ 622,570.

The AUTHENTIC had a speed from the railway that was due outside a rival, he took the lead into the stretch, and was isolated under left hand by stimulating in the middle of the street and it was best. JEFFNJOHN 'STHUNDR is approaching the speed of the railway, splitting horses that are approaching the center of the street and getting better with a competitor for the place. A MAJOR HEAT came through deep locks outside the second place, he came through a stretch into the stretch and set aside the others. A rectangular and interior chamber inside the interior, which fought back in turn and into the stretch and eventually weakened. CLUB broke Boys a bit slowly, they were taken out early and they drove off the track, it was widened into the stretch and they did not rally. SOOM DOMINANT broke in and a little slowly, the ground stalking saved the speed, it came out in the stretch and had little left for the drive.

SIX RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 52,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies. People 2 years old. For 23.09 47.62 1: 12.04 1: 24.31 1: 36.28


Pgm horse Wt PP Saint ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

2 I was delighted 120 2 3 4-hd 2-hd 2–1 1-1½ 1-2½ Smith 2.90
1 Ella awesome 120 1 6 7 ½ 7–2 3–2 2–1½ 2–1½ Desormeaux 7.00
11 Lady Timmy Ho 120 11 11 11 11 8-hd 5-1 3–1¼ Van Dyke 4.20
5 I give Up 120 5 7 9–2 9–1 10–1 7-1 4 – nk Pereira 22.10
6 Cherokee Maiden 120 6 2 2-hd 3-hd 5-1 4–1 5 – nk Figueroa 12.10
9 Lookintogeteven 120 9 10 10–1½ 10 ½ 9–2 6 – hd 6-2½ Bejarano 2.40
3 Thunder beautiful 120 3 5 1-1½ 1–3 1-1½ 3-3 7–2¼ Franco 14.80
8 Sabinos Pride 120 8 9 5 ½ 5-hd 6–1 9 ½ 8 ½ Mn Garcia 42.70
10 Flamigo Bay 120 10 4 8-hd 8–1 7-hd 10-2 9 – ¾ Talamo 29.70
7 Lace 115 7 1 3–1 4-1½ 4-hd 8–1 10 ½ Velez 24.90
4 Olive You More 120 4 8 6–1 6 – hd 11 11 11 Espinoza 20.40

2 AFTER 7.80 4.60 3.60
1 ELLA WATER 5.80 4.40
11 LADY TIMMY HO (IRE) 3.80
$ 2 DAILY DAILY (6-2) $ 15.80
$ 1 EXACTA (2-1) $ 28.90
$ 2 QUINELLA (1-2) $ 31.00
SUPERFECTA 10-CENT (2-1-11-5) $ 165.12
TRIFECTA 50-CENTER (2-1-11) $ 79.30

Winner –Have very B.f.2 by Medaglia 'Oro from Belle Watling, at Pulpit. Bred by Jack Swain III (KY). Trainer: Neil D. Drysdale. Owner: Jack Swain, III. Pool $ 439,322 Daily Double Pool $ 40,503 Pool Direct $ 243,118 Quinella Pool $ 7,163 Superfecta Pool $ 105,844 Trifecta Pool $ 159,191. Scratched-none.

Pay 50 Pick-Cent (6-6-2) $ 14.05. Pick Through Pool $ 84,093.

Successfully thrust the inside speed, he came out leaving the legs and going into the stretch, he took the lead outside the flank in the upper stretch, stuck from him on the left by stimulating in the middle the street and winning. Awesome ELLA saved the land pouring the speed, it also came out leaving the legs and three wide into the stretch and it was the second best thing. LADY TIMMY HO (IRE) broke a little slow, angled with the railway, split horses into and second turns, it came through a stretch into the stretch and got the show. I was giving up between horses and I chased the railway then, I went outside a race on the second turn, I cut the corner into the stretch, split rivals in a deep stretch and was finished. There was a speed between competitors stopping slightly from the railway at CHEROKEE MAIDEN, continuing on the second turning, splitting horses into a deep stretch and the rallying was not necessary. LOOKINTOGETEVEN went right angled and then settled outside a rival on the back, he went deep on the second turn and he across the stretch and he could not summon the late kick that was needed. There was a speed between horses at a lively right angle and the speed in it, dropping the lead in the upper stretch and weakening it in the final window. Striked SABINOS PRIDE three deep then outside of a rival, forward outside the second turn and four wide into the stretch and without the required late kick. FLAMIGO BAY (IRE) departed through wide and then side with an enemy, continued through depth into the second turn and five around the stretch and did not roll it. Lean LACE trí luath go luath, stalctha taobh amuigh de rival, taobh le namhaid ar an dara cas agus díreach ón iarnród isteach sa stráice agus lagaigh sé. Chuaigh OLIVE TÚ NÍOS MÓ a chas tú idir capaill ansin as an iarnród, ar ais taobh istigh ar an dara cas agus lagaigh sé freisin.

SERVICE RACE.

6 Furlongs. Sparán: $ 40,000. Claiming. Daoine 3 bliana d'aois. Praghsanna a Éileamh $ 50,000 – $ 45,000. Am 22.15 45.38 57.81 1: 10.77


Pgm horse Wt PP Naomh ¼ ½ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

3 Taistil an Aontais 120 2 6 6 5-hd 5-1½ 1-nk Flores 2.90
5 Seacht Scents 115 4 4 3-hd 3 ½ 1 – hd 2 ns Velez 4.60
7 DQ – Mayan Warrior 120 6 2 2–1½ 2-hd 3–1 3 – nk Fuentes 23.60
4 Oícheanta Platanam 120 3 5 4-1½ 4-1½ 4 ½ 4 – ¾ Smith 3.30
1 Railman 120 1 3 5-3½ 6 6 5-3½ Talamo 5.70
6 Póstaeráil 120 5 1 1 – hd 1 – hd 2-hd 6 T Baze 1.90

3 TAISTEAL AN AONTAIS 7.80 3.80 2.60
5 SEACHTAÍ SEACHT 4.40 2.80
4 NÓTAÍ PLATINUM 2.60
$ 2 DÁBLA LAETHÚIL (2-3) $ 27.00
$ 1 EXACTA (3-5) $ 18.10
$ 2 QUINELLA (3-5) $ 18.60
SUPERFECTA 10-CENTRE (3-5-4-1) $ 25.56
TRÉIGIÚN 50-CÉIM (3-5-4) $ 35.15

Buaiteoir – Aontas Ride B.g.3 le Candy Ride (ARG) as Union Waters, ag Dixie Union. Bred ag Elm Tree Farm, LLC, Windways Farm, Ltd, Time Will Tell, LLC & Jeff Awtrey (KY). Traenálaí: Hector O. Palma. Úinéir: BG Stables, Palma, Hector O. agus Smith, David. Linn Snámha $ 252,176 Linn Dúbailte Laethúil $ 32,690 Linn Snámha $ 135,088 Snámha Quinella $ 4,431 Superfecta Pool $ 44,765 Trifecta Pool $ 73,948. Scratched-Príncipe Carlo. DQ– # 7 Chríochnaigh Mayan Warrior an 3ú, dícháilithe, curtha 6ú.

Íocadh $ 18.20 le Pioc Trí-Cent Trí (6-2-3). Pioc Trí Linn Snámha $ 40,132.

Bhris AONTAS ATHRÚ beagán go mall, socraíodh díreach taobh amuigh den iarnród ansin taobh istigh den chasadh, socraíodh é i sraithe uachtarach, bhí sé i lár i lár an tsolais agus ansin rinneadh é trí mheáchan daingean ag bualadh le péire fotháin a séú déag agus d’éirigh sé taobh istigh faoi chlé ag spreagadh. SÉ SEACHTAIN A FHÓGÁIL taobh amuigh de chomórtas ansin beagán ón iarnród, tairiscint trí dhomhain idir foes ag fágáil an uain agus isteach sa stráice, ghlac siad le luaidhe ghearr, throid ar ais idir capaill i bpíosa domhain agus lean siad go toilteanach. Bhí luas le foes taobh amuigh ag MAYAN WARRIOR agus ansin bhí iomaíochas idir capaill a d'fhág an t-uain agus sa stráice, a d'imigh as an fuip i lár an tsamhraidh agus a bhog isteach agus a bhuail leis an mbuaiteoir i bpíosa domhain agus a chuaigh ar aghaidh go tobann leis deireadh. Ansin, tairgeann UAIREANTA PLATINUM taobh amuigh d'iomaitheoir ceithre leataobh ag fágáil an uain agus isteach sa stráice, agus lean siad ar aghaidh ceithre fhaid i bpíosa domhain agus lean siad go toilteanach. RAILMAN ruaig isteach ansin as an iarnród isteach agus ar an uain, tháinig sé ceithre fhairsing isteach sa stráice agus fuair sé go raibh sé ag dul go déanach. Bhí luas beag ag POSTERIZE díreach taobh amuigh den iarnród agus ansin bhí sé dronuilleach agus taobh istigh, throid sé ar ais ar an uain agus sa stráice, cuireadh isteach air go tobann agus sheas sé go géar ar an séú lá déag agus thit sé ar ais. Tar éis fiosrúchán maoir, dícháilíodh MAYAN WARRIOR agus cuireadh isteach ar an séú háit chun cur isteach ar an bpíosa domhain. Níor cheadaigh na maoir éileamh an bhriste ar an mbuaiteoir i gcoinne an bhuaiteora as cur isteach i bpíosa domhain, a rialaigh MAYAN WARRIOR ba chúis leis an trioblóid.

EIGHT RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 75,000. 'Let It Ride Stakes'. Daoine 3 bliana d'aois. Am 23.75 48.19 1: 11.56 1: 23.19 1: 34.97


Pgm horse Wt PP Naomh ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

5 Bob agus Jackie 118 5 3 2–1 2–1 2–1½ 1 ½ 1 ns Figueroa 2.30
1 Pedro Bródúil 118 1 4 5 5 5 5 2 – ¾ Bejarano 4.60
3 Ocean Fury 122 3 5 4–1 4-1½ 4-1½ 4–2 3-ns Franco 1.70
2 Dueling 118 2 1 3 ½ 3 ½ 3-hd 3-hd 4–1 Van Dyke 5.50
4 Breithlá Órga 122 4 2 1-1½ 1 ½ 1 – hd 2–1½ 5 Espinoza 4.10

5 BOB AGUS JACKIE 6.60 4.00 2.60
1 PROTE PEDRO (FR) 4.20 2.40
3 OCEAN FURY 2.20
$ 2 DÁBLA LAETHÚIL (3-5) $ 25.40
$ 1 EXACTA (5-1) $ 15.70
$ 2 QUINELLA (1-5) $ 18.00
SUPERFECTA 10-CENTRE (5-1-3-2) $ 8.32
TRIFECTA 50-CENTRE (5-1-3) $ 17.60

Buaiteoir – Bob agus Jackie B.c.3 le Twirling Candy as Fateer, ag Eskendereya. Bred by Zayat Stables LLC (KY). Traenálaí: Richard Baltas. Úinéir: Zayat Stables, LLC. Linn Snámha $ 301,611 Linn Dúbailte Laethúil $ 39,971 Linn Snámha $ 126,550 Linn Quinella $ 4,607 Linn Sármhaith $ 32,501 Trifecta Pool $ 67,343. Scríofa-carnivorous.

Íocadh $ 36.75 le Pioc Trí-Cent Trí (2-3-5). Pioc Trí Linn Snámha $ 47,228.

Bhuail BOB AGUS JACKIE an t-iarnród, chuir siad taobh leis an gcosantóir ar an gcúl agus ar an dara cas, ghlac siad luaidhe ghearr sa stráice uachtarach, chaith siad taobh amuigh den cheann sin agus d’imigh siad cuid acu faoi ghríosadh ar chlé agus coinníodh iad ar chluiche. Shábháil PROUD PEDRO (FR) an talamh ag stalladh an luas, tháinig sé amach ag fágáil an dara casadh, sháraigh sé go dtí an stráice agus dhún sé go toilteanach é a chailleann. D'imigh OCEAN FURY beagán ag an tús, stalladh taobh amuigh de rival, tháinig sé isteach sa stráice, chuaigh sé idir capaill i bpíosa domhain agus chríochnaigh sé go toilteanach. Shábháil DUELING an talamh ag stalladh an luas, tháinig sé isteach sa stráice, scoilt iomaitheoirí i bpíosa domhain agus bhí sé ag iarraidh an seó. Bhí luas idir na capaill ag an mBÁISIÚN NA GAEILGE agus ansin bhí an luas istigh ann, mar gheall ar an gcúl a fhágáil agus ar an dara cas, throid siad siar ar an iarnród sa stráice agus bhí sé críochnaithe go déanach.

AN NÁIS RACE.

6 Furlongs. Sparán: $ 34,000. Maiden claim. People 2 years old. Ag éileamh praghsanna $ 100,000- $ 85,000. Am 22.36 45.41 57.83 1: 10.99


Pgm horse Wt PP Naomh ¼ ½ Str Fin Jockey $ 1

5 Laoch neamhchaolaithe 120 5 3 1 – hd 2-2½ 1 – hd 1 – hd Van Dyke 4.80
3 Buaileann Cosaint 120 3 2 2 ½ 1 – hd 2–3½ 2–1¼ Bejarano 1.30
7 Candy Fury 120 7 6 6-2½ 6–1½ 3-hd 3–1¼ Fuentes 17.20
2 Runner Namhaid 120 2 8 7–2½ 7–2½ 4-hd 4-5 Espinoza 6.90
1 Máistir Téarnaimh 117 1 5 8 8 7-1 5 – nk Flores 24.20
8 Cloch Rúnda 115 8 1 4–1 3-hd 5 ½ 6-2½ Diaz, Jr. 3.20
4 Doire Dé 123 4 7 5 ½ 4–1 6–4 7–1¾ Meche 45.40
6 Mr. Nasty 120 6 4 3-hd 5-1 8 8 Valdivia, Jr. 7.30

5 UNCAPTURED HERO 11.60 4.40 3.00
3 DEFENSE WINS 2.60 2.40
7 CANDY FURY 6.80
$2 DAILY DOUBLE (5-5) $34.00
$1 EXACTA (5-3) $11.90
$2 QUINELLA (3-5) $10.80
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (5-3-7-2) $36.36
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (5-3-7-2-1) $2,201.90
50-CENT TRIFECTA (5-3-7) $47.50

Winner–Uncaptured Hero Dbb.c.2 by Uncaptured out of Nifty Shindig, by Mr. Greeley. Bred by Arnoud W. Dobber (FL). Trainer: Richard Baltas. Owner: Jack Nakkashian. Mutuel Pool $301,586 Daily Double Pool $118,186 Exacta Pool $167,689 Quinella Pool $5,051 Superfecta Pool $90,570 Super High Five Pool $25,967 Trifecta Pool $126,964. Scratched-none.

$2 Pick Six Jackpot (6-1/6-2-3-5-5) . Pick Six Jackpot Carryover $26,104. 50-Cent Pick Three (3-5-5) paid $45.15. Pick Three Pool $139,988. 50-Cent Pick Four (2-3-5-5) 4 correct paid $220.80. Pick Four Pool $658,065. 50-Cent Pick Five (1/6-2-3-5-5) 5 correct paid $379.20. Pick Five Pool $468,541. $2 Pick Six (6-1/6-2-3-5-5) 5 out of 6 paid $25.00. $2 Pick Six (6-1/6-2-3-5-5) 6 correct paid $2,090.20. Pick Six Pool $176,710. $1 Place Pick All 9 correct paid $500.60. Place Pick All Pool $24,299.

UNCAPTURED HERO dueled between horses then outside the runner-up, regained the advantage under some left handed urging in upper stretch, fought back under hand urging while being flagged with the stick in the final furlong and gamely prevailed. DEFENSE WINS dueled inside, took a short lead on the turn, fought back along the rail through the stretch in a game effort. CANDY FURY chased off the rail then outside a rival, angled in entering the stretch, came out in upper stretch and finished willingly. ENEMY RUNNER stumbled badly at the start, pulled his way along off the rail on the backstretch and turn, came three wide into the stretch and bested the others. MASTER RECOVERY settled inside, saved ground off the pace, came out leaving the turn and into the stretch and lacked a rally. STONE SECRET stalked early then pressed the pace four wide, tracked three deep on the turn, angled in outside a rival into the stretch and weakened. DOCTRINAIRE bobbled in a slow start, angled in and saved ground stalking the pace, dropped back in the stretch and weakened. MR. NASTY stalked early then bid three deep between foes on the backstretch, tracked the leaders on the turn, was between horses into the stretch and also weakened.


Tinreamh Láimhseáil
Ar-rian N / A $940,677
Rianta 6,909 $3,628,961
Lasmuigh den Stát N / A $6,375,750
IOMLÁN 6,909 $10,945,388

Del Mar Entries for Sunday, November 10.

Club De Deloroughbred, Del Mar, California. $ 2 Win, Add and Display; Exacta $ 1, $ 2 Quinella, 50-cent Trifecta, $ 2 Double Double, roll 50-pick pick 3; Superfecta 10-cent; 50 rails 4 4 final races; 50 Participants 50% Select 5 first races; $ 2 Select 6 last races; $ 1 Pick All; $ 1 Super High Five last race. Trifecta requires 4 betting interests; Superfecta needs 6. 3rd day of a 15-day meet.

FIRST RACE.

5½ Furlongs. Wallet: $ 22,000. Maiden claim. People 2 years old. Demand prices are $ 32,000- $ 28,000.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Dream Palace Abel Cedillo 120 Jack Carava 4-1 32,000
2 Showem Apollo Evin Roman 118 Lisa Bernard 20-1 28,000
3 Overkoter Assael Espinoza 118 Charles S. Treece 8-1 28,000
4 Pastor Mike J.C. Diaz, Jr. 113 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 10-1 28,000
5 Octopus Joseph Talamo 120 Peter Eurton 9-5 32,000
6 Mahi Mahi Martin Garcia 120 Jonathan Wong 7-2 32,000
7 Nonno's Polaris Rafael Bejarano 120 Hector O. Palma 3-1 32,000

SECOND RACE.

6½ Furlongs. Purse: $17,000. Claiming. Fillies and Mares. People 3 years old and up. Claiming Prices $8,000-$7,000.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 She'sluckythatway Donnie Meche 120 James F. Sayler 20-1 8,000
2 Empress of Lov Jorge Velez 117 Edward R. Freeman 2-1 8,000
3 Princess Dorian Abel Cedillo 122 Andrew Lerner 5-2 8,000
4 Big Base Heriberto Figueroa 120 Jerry Hollendorfer 7-2 8,000
5 Erebuni Eswan Flores 120 Sam J. Scolamieri 10-1 8,000
6 Copper Cowgirl Tyler Baze 120 Patricia Harrington 20-1 8,000
7 Just Be Held J.C. Diaz, Jr. 113 Craig Dollase 8-1 7,000
8 Bragging Rights Geovanni Franco 120 Gary Sherlock 6-1 8,000

THIRD RACE.

1 1/8 Mile Turf. Wallet: $ 52,000. Maiden Special Weight. People 3 years old and up.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Da Kine Draft Van Dyke 122 Richard Baltas 5-1
2 Cardiff Cay Mike Smith 122 Don Chatlos 3-1
3 Ghost Street Martin Garcia 122 Patrick Gallagher 4-1
4 Merwin's Magic John Jude 122 Neil A. Koch 30-1
5 Muskoka Edwin Maldonado 122 J. Keith Desormeaux 6-1
6 Farquhar Jorge Velez 117 Vladimir Cerin 5-2
7 Commanding Chief Victor Espinoza 122 John W. Sadler 7-2

FOUR RACE.

6 Furlongs. Purse: $18,000. Maiden claim. People 3 years old and up. Claiming Price $20,000.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Wild Cat Canyon Christian Aragon 122 Jesus Nunez 20-1 20,000
2 Severin Tiago Pereira 124 Paula S. Capestro 15-1 20,000
3 U S Hero J.C. Diaz, Jr. 117 Gary Sherlock 15-1 20,000
4 Mike Operator Ruben Fuentes 122 Victor L. Garcia 2-1 20,000
5 Lord Adare Kent Desormeaux 122 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 6-5 20,000
6 Red Valor Martin Garcia 122 Val Brinkerhoff 4-1 20,000
7 Mighty Elijah Heriberto Figueroa 124 Jerry Hollendorfer 12-1 20,000
8 Acclamation King Jorge Velez 122 Ruben Gomez 20-1 20,000

FIVE RACE.

5 Turf Furlongs. Wallet: $ 53,000. Optional Claim Allowance. Fillies and Mares. People 3 years old and up. Price $ 40,000 to claim.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Swirling Geovanni Franco 124 Santos R. Perez 8-1 40,000
2 Roses and Candy Diego Sanchez 122 Ronald L. McAnally 8-1
3 Pacifica Jorge Velez 117 Leonard Powell 10-1 40,000
4 Anonymously Kent Desormeaux 120 Vladimir Cerin 3-1
5 Red Livy Draft Van Dyke 124 Bill McLean 4-1 40,000
6 Silken Spy Efrain Hernandez 124 J. Eric Kruljac 5-1 40,000
7 Miss Hot Legs Abel Cedillo 120 Simon Callaghan 9-5

SIX RACE.

5½ Furlongs. Wallet: $ 53,000. Optional Claim Allowance. People 3 years old and up. Claiming Price $20,000. State bred.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Midnight Special Abel Cedillo 120 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 5-1 20,000
2 I Belong to Becky Ruben Fuentes 120 Peter Miller 6-1
3 Prayer Warrior Tyler Baze 120 Jeffrey Metz 6-1
4 Tiger Strike Edwin Maldonado 120 Craig Dollase 3-1
5 Occam's Razor Mario Gutierrez 120 Doug F. Neill 6-1
6 Claim of Passion Geovanni Franco 120 Philip D 'Amato 5-1
7 Bob's Sniper Brice Blanc 120 Val Brinkerhoff 15-1
8 Satanta Draft Van Dyke 122 Jeff Mullins 7-2

SERVICE RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 53,000. Optional Claim Allowance. People 3 years old and up. Price $ 40,000 to claim.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Musawaat Draft Van Dyke 122 Mike Puype 7-2
2 Big Buzz Ruben Fuentes 122 Art Sherman 12-1
3 Murad Khan Abel Cedillo 124 John W. Sadler 5-2 40,000
4 Wound Tight Rafael Bejarano 124 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 2-1
5 Cupid's Claws Geovanni Franco 122 Brian J. Koriner 10-1
6 Stop the Violence Jorge Velez 117 Peter Miller 6-1 40,000
7 Dreams of Valor Edwin Maldonado 124 Craig Dollase 6-1 40,000

EIGHT RACE.

6½ Furlongs. Purse: $100,000. 'Desi Arnaz Stakes'. Fillies. People 2 years old.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Biddy Duke Ruben Fuentes 118 Andrew Lerner 6-1
2 Spitefulness Tyler Baze 120 Philip D 'Amato 5-1
3 Roadrunner's Honor Rafael Bejarano 120 Doug F. Neill 12-1
4 Leucothea Abel Cedillo 120 Peter Miller 4-5
5 Orquidias Biz Mike Smith 120 Jeff Mullins 12-1
6 Stellar Sound Draft Van Dyke 120 Bob Baffert 5-2

NINTH RACE.

1 Mill Mile. Wallet: $ 52,000. Maiden Special Weight. People 2 years old.

PP horse Jockey Wt trainer M-L Claim $
1 Rip City Mario Gutierrez 120 Richard Baltas 6-1
2 Much More Halo Evin Roman 120 Bob Baffert 7-2
3 Goalie Abel Cedillo 120 Philip D 'Amato 3-1
4 Kiss Today Goodbye Efrain Hernandez 120 J. Eric Kruljac 20-1
5 I'm Leaving You Tyler Baze 120 Vann Belvoir 30-1
6 Don V. Martin Garcia 120 David E. Hofmans 30-1
7 Frasard Geovanni Franco 120 Leonard Powell 9-2
8 Special Day Jorge Velez 115 Jerry Hollendorfer 15-1
9 Capital Call Draft Van Dyke 120 Neil D. Drysdale 6-1
10 Royal Act Rafael Bejarano 120 Peter Eurton 5-1

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