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Trip in Mecke
Firenze Fire Returns to Smoke
Dwyer Field
Five and Counting for Miz Mayhem
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BY BROCK SHERIDAN ______________________
The Green Monkey, who stood at Hartley
DeRenzo Thoroughbreds in Ocala and who sold for
a record $16 million as a 2-year-old, was eutha-
nized in May according to a story in Paulick
Report.
The Green Monkey first captured world-wide
attention when he brought the record price at the
2006 Fasig-Tipton Calder Select Sale of 2-Year-
Olds in Training from the consignment of Hartley-
DeRenzo Thoroughbreds. Randy Hartley and part-
ner Dean DeRenzo had purchased the colt for
$425,000 at the 2005 Fasig-Tipton July Select
Yearling Sale. Demi O’Byrne signed the record
ticket on the colt at the Calder Sale for Coolmore
after outlasting John Ferguson and Darley on the
July Sale Posts Gains
Across the Board
BY FASIG-TIPTON PRESS OFFICE _________
The July Sale ended with flair Tuesday
evening in Lexington, Ky., with the sales topper
coming through the ring just one hip from the
end. Inclusive of the late-session fireworks, The
July Sale posted gains across the board, with sig-
nificant increases in gross, average, and median
over last year’s sale and the highest average since
2007. The gross and median were the highest
since 2015.
A colt by Flatter, the penultimate yearling
offered, drew the top bid of the day, hammering
down to $520,000 late. Named
Silvertonguedevil, Hip 348 was purchased by Al
Rashid Stable from the consignment of Lane’s
End, agent. The bay colt is the third foal out of the
Curlin mare No Curfew, already the dam of two
winners. No Curfew is a daughter of stakes win-
ner Misty Hour, by Miswaki, making her a half-
sister to seven winners, including Grade 2 winner
India, who produced Group 1 winner Mozu
Ascot, and stakes winner Pilfer, who produced
Grade 1 winners To Honor and Serve and Angela
Renee.
“Overall, [I’m] very pleased with the results
today, said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd
Browning. “There was tremendous competition
for the quality offerings and, fortunately, we had
plenty of quality offerings in the catalogue this
year from start to finish.
The top priced filly on the day was a daughter
of Strong Mandate (Hip 231), purchased for
$435,000 by Alex and Jo Ann Lieblong from the
consignment of Denali Stud, agent. The filly,
from her Grade 1 winning sire’s second crop, is
out of Fly the Flag, a Giants Causeway half-sister
See GREEN MONKEY on page 3
Week In Review
Featuring last week’s original content from Wire to
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See JULY SALE on page 3
The Green Monkey/SERITA HULT PHOTO
The Green Monkey
Euthanized
Green Monkey
elongated bidding.
By Forestry and out of Magical Masquerade, by Unbridled, The Green
Monkey was sent to trainer Todd Pletcher to race but did not start as a 2-
year-old and raced only three times at age three without ever finding the
winners’ circle.
In his first out in 2007, he was third against special weight maidens at
Belmont Park in September. He was then fourth in a Belmont maiden spe-
cial weight in October before being sent to Hollywood Park in November
where he was fourth, again against special weight maidens but this time on
turf.
Hartley DeRenzo purchased half interest in the colt and began standing
him in 2009.
to champion Storm Flag Flying. This well-bred filly is from the deep Phipps
family of that mare, champion Personal Ensign, and Grade 1 winners My
Flag, Miners Mark, Traditionally, and Mr Speaker.
As the first event on the yearling sales calendar, The July Sale often fea-
tures top quality offerings by exciting new and young sires, and this year was
no different. Buyers flocked to the pavilion to see the first selected offerings
of nearly 30 first crop sires, including 2015 Triple Crown champion
American Pharoah and multiple Grade 1 Florida Derby winner Constitution,
both graduates of Fasig-Tipton selected yearling sales.
The leading first crop sire by average was Palace Malice, by Curlin. Of
five yearlings offered by the 2013 Belmont S. (G1) winner, four sold for a
total of $750,000, good for an average and median of $187,500. His 2016
stud fee was $20,000. Of Palace Malice yearlings sold, a filly out of
Southern Belle (Hip 60) led the group, selling for $275,000 to Eclipse
Thoroughbred Partners from the consignment of Select Sales, agent for
Machmer Hall.
Among 14 second crop sires with yearlings catalogued, Will Take Charge
led the charge with four yearlings sold from four offered grossing $930,000
and averaging $232,500, with a median of $240,000. Of that group, a filly
out of La Belle (Hip 291) sold best, bringing $260,000 from Jay Em Ess
Stable. Hip 291 was consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent. Will
Take Charges 2016 stud fee was $30,000.
“There was widespread competition throughout, Browning noted. “I
would characterize it as a very successful start to the 2018 yearling sales sea-
son.
Overall, 196 yearlings changed hands for a total of $19,762,500, up
22.7% from last year when 172 horses sold for $16,107,000. The average
rose 7.7% to $100,829 from $93,645, while the median increased 7.1% to
$75,000 from $70,000 in 2017. The RNA rate was 30.7%. Full results are
available online.
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BY JAY PRIVMAN
COURTESY DAILY RACING FORM ________________________________
Triple Crown winner Justify has been taken out of training owing to fill-
ing in his left front ankle, according to a press release put out on behalf of
co-owner WinStar Farm.
“Justify had some filling in his left front ankle a week ago, which sub-
sided in a couple days,trainer Bob Baffert said in the release. “I trained him
last week and the filling came back. We want to get him checked out.
Because of this development, Justifys racing future is uncertain.
“To go from a maiden winner in February to an undefeated Triple Crown
winner in June has been an incredible ride,said Elliott Walden, WinStar
Farm’s president, chief executive officer, and racing manager. “He is too spe-
cial to the owners, our team, and all the fans he has around the world to not
be 100 percent healthy. As far as any future plans for him, they will be decid-
ed after we get him checked out. He is an amazing horse, and we are blessed
by his presence.
Justify became the sport’s 13th Triple Crown winner when he captured
the Belmont Stakes (Grade 1) on June 9 following earlier victories in the
Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (G1) and Preakness (G1).
He has not had a workout since the Belmont.
After the Belmont, Justify returned to Churchill Downs, where he was
paraded on June 16. One week later, after returning to California, he was
paraded at Santa Anita. He had been alternating gallops with walk days the
past two weeks.
Justify is unbeaten in six starts. He has won four straight Grade 1 races,
beginning with the Santa Anita Derby.
Justify is owned by a partnership that is headed by WinStar and China
Horse Club. Starlight Racing and Head of Plains Partners also own racing
rights to the colt.
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BY MATT BRYAN
FTBOA LOBBYIST ___________
We have been waiting to pub-
lish this report until we were rela-
tively confident there would not
be a special session on pari-
mutuel and gaming issues. It now
appears that your life, liberty and
property will be safe until the
opening of the 2019 session in
March. While there are never any
guarantees in this process, the
chances of a special session on
these issues have diminished
enough that we are comfortable in presenting this report on the 2018 session
and issues that have arisen since its end in early March.
It is always difficult to determine the chances of passage of a pari-
mutuel/gaming bill. As the session opened, it didnt seem that there was
much interest from legislative leaders in trying to pass a comprehensive bill.
That had been tried with little success in the past. Instead, this year, the
Senate attempted to pass a very targeted bill dealing with the Seminole
Compact and a handful of other pari-mutuel issues. Unfortunately, while SB
840, the bill introduced by Senator Travis Hutson contained some ideas we
supported, it also included widespread decoupling, including decoupling of
thoroughbred tracks (https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2018/00840).
As you know, we have been fighting that for many years now. With the help
of Senators Keith Perry, Kelli Stargel, Rene Garcia, Greg Steube, Daphne
Campbell, and Jose Javier Rodriguez we were able to convince the Senate to
take thoroughbred decoupling out of the bill in the Senate Finance and
Taxation Committee. However, it was added back in at the next committee
stop. SB 840 ultimately passed the Senate in a form that we could not sup-
port.
The House passed HB 7067, which was essentially the same pari-
mutuel/gaming bill from the previous session, and did not include decoupling
of thoroughbred tracks (https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2018/07067).
House Speaker Richard Corcoran, House Tourism and Gaming Control
Chairman Mike LaRosa, Representative Stan
McClain, and Representative Charlie Stone were
very helpful to us on that issue.
The Senate and House approaches to pari-
mutuel/gaming legislation were very different but
the presiding officers of each chamber gave
Speaker Designate Jose Oliva and President
Designate Bill Galvano the authority to work on a
compromise bill. Eventually, a conference commit-
tee to settle the differences between the House and
Senate bills was appointed. However, it became
apparent after several offers and counteroffers
between the two chambers that the philosophical
differences were too much to overcome in the
short time left in the regular session. Senate
President Joe Negron and House Speaker
Richard Corcoran ultimately issued a joint press
release stating that the effort on a bill was dead
for the remainder of session (https://www.flsen-
ate.gov/Media/PressReleases/Show/2883).
Almost as soon as session ended, rumors of a
special session on gaming began to swirl. Again,
Speaker Designate Oliva and President Designate
Galvano began negotiating on a compromise ver-
sion of a bill which would include a new compact.
After several weeks of negotiating behind the scenes, it was again deter-
mined that a deal could not be struck. It is important to note that most ver-
sions of the legislation under consideration in special session allowed some
thoroughbred decoupling. Clearly, we still have work to do on this issue.
At the same time the special session negotiations for the pari-mutuel leg-
islation were taking place, the Constitutional Revision Commission was meet-
ing to consider changes to the Florida Constitution that will be put before the
citizens of the state during the general election in November. Two issues under
consideration merit a brief discussion. First, the Commission considered an E-
Verify mandate for businesses. We worked closely with the Florida Chamber
of Commerce to oppose that measure and it did not receive the votes necessary
to make the ballot. Second, the Commission considered a proposal to end
commercial dog racing in Florida (essentially decoupling dog tracks). Despite
heavy opposition from the greyhound owners and breeders, this proposal was
approved by the Commission and will be added to the ballot in November
(http://flcrc.gov/Proposals/Commissioner/2017/6012). The greyhound breed-
ers and owners have recently filed a legal challenge to this amendment.
Finally, there is one other proposed amendment to the State Constitution
that could dramatically alter how pari-mutuel entities are regulated in the
future. Proposed Amendment 3 is entitled “Voter Control of Gambling,and
originated as a citizen initiative. If approved, the amendment would ensure
that Florida voters (and not the legislature) have the exclusive right to decide
whether to authorize casino gambling. The amendment defines casino gambling
to include any casino games, house banking games, card games, table games,
slot machines, video lottery machines and similar other machines, and more
(http://dos.elections.myflorida.com/initiatives/initdetail.asp?account=64995&s
eqnum=1). If this amendment to the Constitution is approved in November, it
will be difficult to predict how future legislative action on issues of interest to
Florida thoroughbred breeders and owners will be affected, but we will continue
to work hard to educate legislators on the important economic impact you have
on the state’s revenue. Both proposed constitutional amendments need approval
of sixty percent of voters to be added to the constitution.
You have certainly seen the court ruling that allows states to implement
sports betting. You have seen that some states are moving quickly to initiate
various versions of a sports betting program. In Florida, there is more of a
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See LEGISLATIVE UPDATE on page 14
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OCALA, FLA.—Florida Equine Communications announced the introduc-
tion of their new digital version of Wire to Wire, Florida’s daily racing
digest, which will be produced and distributed each Thursday,
replacing the printed edition of the publication each week
on that day.
The digital version of Wire to Wire
will be distributed via email at no
charge and will also be available on the
internet at WiretoWire.net starting July
12.
“We are excited to present this new
product that will be available to a much
wider audience, Editor in Chief Brock
Sheridan said. “This will allow us to not only
expand our readership but will let us provide
information and articles faster and with less
restrictions than the printed product in terms of
space and color.
The digital version of Wire to Wire will include
articles regarding the Florida thoroughbred racing
and breeding industries as well as advertising and
information on local thoroughbred stallions and their
progeny. The publication will be distributed to approxi-
mately 2,000 thoroughbred racing and breeding enthusi-
asts.
Currently Wire to Wire is distributed only in Ocala and
Marion County via home delivery and at various news
stands, convenience stores and tack shops.
An important feature of Wire to Wire, both in print and dig-
ital, is that it features original content produced by FEC editors about the
Florida thoroughbred industry and its impact. For those not
familiar with the Wire to Wire product, this introduces
online readers to the Florida industry giving them a suc-
cinct weekly snapshot of racing industry news along with
headline stories all in one e-mail,” said Tammy A. Gantt,
Contributing Editor-Industry & Community Affairs.
Wire to Wire will be delivered weekly to inboxes
worldwide on Thursday mornings for industry insid-
ers and thoroughbred racing fans. Wire to Wire print
subscribers and print advertisers will receive a
sneak peek of each issue on Wednesday evenings.
“There’s added value to advertisers whose
businesses are recognized by name in each e-
blast and featured on each issues front page.
Links from the front page take readers direct-
ly to each featured ad. In addition, direct
links to advertiser websites are included
making it easier to connect with them,
said Jane Murray, Chief of Operations
and Development. Advertisers also
receive social media coverage via
Facebook and Twitter pages for both
The Florida Horse/Wire to Wire and the
FTBOA. Our goal is to showcase our advertisers
in every way possible.
Digital issues also will be able to be shared across social
media platforms and will contain featured video content linked to
YouTube and Vimeo. To sign up for the digital issue, future readers can call
352-547-8105 or e-mail info@wiretowire.net , noting Wire to Wire in the
subject heading.
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Conquest Sandman was in complete control
throughout the running of Sunday’s $75,000
Mecke at Gulfstream Park on his way to collect-
ing his third stakes triumph since being claimed
for $16,000 Feb. 10.
Conquest Sandman drew off through the
stretch to win by four and-a-quarter lengths
under Emisael Jaramillo to win his fifth race
from eight starts since joining trainer Juan Carlos
Abarrio.
The 5-year-old gelded son of Scat Daddy set
uncontested fractions of :24.47 for the first quar-
ter-mile, :48.07 for the half-mile and 1:11.65 for
six furlongs on his way to a final clocking of
1:48.16 for one and one-eighth miles on a firm
turf course.
“This horse is not normal,quipped Abarrio,
interpreted by assistant trainer Heather Boraco.
As long as he can get on the lead and have it his
way, no one is going to [out] tough him.
Multiple stakes-winner Galleon Mast, the
second choice ridden by Miguel Vasquez, closed
from last to finish second, one and-a-half-lengths
ahead of Archer Road, who saved ground
throughout the race under Jeffrey Sanchez.
Conquest Sandman had won four of 13 starts
for his previous connections.
“You don’t come across many Scat Daddy’s
for $16,000 that are clean-legged and in good
shape,” Abarrio said. “He was lightly raced for a
5-year-old.
Abarrio said Conquest Sandman would likely
remain at Gulfstream, where he has won seven of
14 starts over the turf course.
Thursday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover
Jackpot Climbs to $163,000
The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved
Sunday at Gulfstream Park, producing a
$163,457.46 carryover jackpot for Thursday’s
program.
Multiple tickets with all six winners were
each worth $1,327.14.
The carryover jackpot is only paid out when
there is a single unique ticket sold with all six win-
ners. On days when there is no unique ticket, 70
percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bet-
tors holding tickets with the most winners, while
30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.
The Rainbow 6 has gone unsolved for six
straight days following the June 30 mandatory
payout of a pool in excess of $4 million that
yielded a $196,953.84 payoff for each ticket with
all six winners.
There will also be a $3,963.72 Super Hi 5 car-
ryover Thursday.
Conquest Sandman/LAUREN KING PHOTO
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Conquest Sandman Gets
Dream Trip in Mecke
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BY BROCK SHERIDAN ___________________________________________
Bred in Florida and owned by Ron Lombardi’s Mr Amore Stable of
Ocala, Firenze Fire returned to the location and distance of his biggest career
victory Saturday at Belmont Park and again put in one of his best perform-
ances. Firenze Fire won the Grade 3 Dwyer Stakes by nine lengths over six
other sophomore rivals going one mile, the same one-turn distance as the
Grade 1 Champagne Stakes at Belmont which Firenze Fire won last year.
After the Champagne, Firenze Fire finished the year with a seventh-place
finish behind winner Good Magic in the Breeders Cup Juvenile (G1) at Del
Mar in November. After a 75-day winter break, trainer Jason Servis put
Firenze Fire on the road to the Kentucky Derby where he won the $150,000
Jerome, also at a mile, but at Aqueduct on Jan. 13. He was then second
behind winner Avery Island in the Grade 3 Withers before two fourth-place
finishes in the Grade 3 Gotham and Grade 2 Wood Memorial, both at
Aqueduct, which took him into the Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford
Reserve (G1) where he finished 11th behind winner Justify.
Servis gave Firenze Fire another 60-day break and the time away from
the races has apparently worked again.
With Belmont Park’s leading rider Irad Ortiz Jr. aboard, Firenze Fire came
away from the outside post seven on top with U.A.E. Derby (Group 2) winner
and post time favorite Mendelssohn, optional claiming winner Seven Trumpets
and Easy Goer Stakes runner-up Rugbyman all having trouble at the start.
After everything settled, Louisiana Derby (G2) winner Noble Indy and
Mendelssohn led the group through a relaxed first quarter-mile in :23.53 and
a half-mile in in :45.98 as Firenze Fire raced further back in fifth, about two
lengths from the front and behind Rugbyman and Seven Trumpets in third
and fourth-respectively.
Noble Indy and Mendelssohn continued to lead around the far turn when
Firenze Fire began to pick up his pace while racing four-wide. After six fur-
longs in 1:09.82, Firenze Fire took over on the outside and began to kick
away while racing down the Belmont Park stretch.
Firenze Fire hit the finish nine lengths in front of a Seven Trumpets in
second with Mendelssohn third in a time of 1:33.74 on the track rated as fast.
“That was great. I’ve been dying to cut him back, just dying. We thought
hed run good,” Servis said.
“Now we’re getting him where he needs to be, a mile, seven eighths,
where he might even be a tad sharper,” he added. “I mean, it all worked out.
We’re all real happy.
Lombardi also said he was elated but not surprised by the big win.
“Irad and Jason said, ‘He’s ready,’” Lombardi said. “Irads been breezing
him all week and I asked him if he was worried about anybody. He said, ‘I’m
not worried about anybody. He showed it; it was unbelievable. When he was
sitting right off the pace there, and he made a move at the top of the turn, it
was so easy. It’s just amazing.
“There’s a lot of thinking to do now,he continued.I haven’t been think-
ing about the Haskell. I think the horse needs a little more time than three
weeks, but I’m not taking anything off the table right now.
See FIRENZE FIRE on page 14
Florida-bred Firenze Fire/JOE LABOZZETTA PHOTO
Firenze Fire Returns
To Smoke Dwyer Field
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BY BROCK SHERIDAN _____________________________________________
Miz Mayhem won for the fifth consecutive time and third straight against
stakes company as the Florida-bred filly took the $100,000 Stormy Blues
Stakes at Laurel Park Saturday. Ten fillies and mares went five and one-half
furlongs on the turf in the Stormy Blues, the richest race of the 40-day summer
Laurel meeting.
Trained by Edward Plesa Jr. for his wife Laurie Plesa, Miz Mayhem broke
her maiden at Parx in
July of last year before
she started five times
against first-level
optional claimers and
optional claiming
starter allowance fil-
lies. She then broke
through for her second
career win at
Gulfstream Park in
February, defeating
$50,000 starter
allowance optional
claimers by nearly eight
lengths.
Plesa brought her
right back, again against optional claiming starter allowance fillies, and she
again won while leading from start to finish, this time by four lengths. Stakes
company was next for Miz Mayhem and she responded by winning the
$75,000 Cedar Key Stakes on April 27 and the $75,000 Nicole’s Dream Stakes
on June 10, both at Gulfstream.
However, things didn’t start well for Miz Mayhem in the Stormy Blues as
she broke out from post two and heavily bumped into number three, Belles Orb.
That allowed Black Pearl Stakes winner Factorofwon and 13-1 choice Almond
Roca to establish the pace on the lead while Miz Mayhem settled into third, about
a length and one-half back in a tightly grouped bunch before they reached the turn.
Factorofwon and Almond Roca went stride for stride while leading around the
far turn as Edgard Zayas on Miz Mayhem began to get closer while racing three-
wide after a first quarter-mile in an expectedly quick :22.65. Coming out of the
turn, Miz Mayhem ranged up on the outside of the leading pair.
Almond Roca and Factorofwon continued to battle down stretch with Miz
Mayhem about a length off that pair on the outside in third with Classy Dancer
just behind them in fourth. Inside the final sixteenth of a mile, Miz Mayhem
proved the best as she passed the leaders on her way to a length and one-half win
in 1:01.69 over Factorwon in second with Classy Dancer a neck further back in
third.
“She got bounced around coming out of the gate pretty good and then settled
in a little farther back than she usually is,” Plesa said by telephone. “She showed
a lot of guts and determination and we’re just really proud of her. Its a good thing
for us.
Zayas too said the start put a bit of a monkey wrench in their original strategy.
“It was a different trip than I was used to. Normally, the wins she’s had have
been from the outside stalking the pace if not on the lead,Zayas said. “Today she
was a little bit nervous going into the gate and she broke a bit slow, so it was com-
pletely different scenario [but] she made it work out. Shes all class, really. Shes
an amazing filly.
Miz Mayhem won for the sixth time in 13 career starts and earned $60,000 for
the win. She was bred in Florida by the owner and is by Bridlewood Farm stallion
Yesbyjimminy out of Forest Retreat, by Forest Gump. Her career earnings now
stand at $263,825.
As the 5-10 odds-on favorite, Miz Mayhem paid $3 to win, $2.20 to place and
$2.10 to show.
Florida-bred Miz Mayhem/JIM MCCUE PHOTO
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BY GULFSTREAM PARK PRESS OFFICE__________________________
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL
– Gelfenstein Farm’s Gemonteer led throughout
Saturday’s $100,000 Not Surprising to pull off
a mild 8-1 surprise in the mile turf stakes for
3-year-olds at Gulfstream Park..
The Not Surprising co-headlined
Saturday’s 12-race card with the $100,000
Martha Washington for fillies.
Trained by Jenna Antonucci, Gemonteer
made a winning stakes debut in his third lifetime
start, breaking alertly and setting fractions of
23.30 (seconds), 47.25 and 1:10.89 for six fur-
longs on his way to a 4 3/4-length victory in
1:35.61.
The son of Distorted Humor, who won his
debut in a $50,000 claiming race April 29
before finishing second in a June 15 optional
claiming allowance at Gulfstream, was ridden
by Miguel Vasquez, who recorded three victo-
ries, including a second-placed-first success aboard Camilla Princess in the
Martha Washington. Shana Nova, also owned by Gelfenstein Farm, finished
second under Nik Juarez at 11-1, a nose in front of Tactical Pursuit. Favored
Coltandmississippi finished off the board.
Camila Princess Awarded Win in
$100,000 Martha Washington
Grupo 7C Racing Stable’s Camila Princess, the 1-2 favorite in a field of
eight 3-year-old fillies, was awarded the victory in Saturday’s co-featured
$100,000 Martha Washington through the disqualification of first-place
finisher and Florida-bred Midnight Soiree.
Midnight Soiree, the 4-1 second choice who ran a mile over a firm turf
course in 1:38.84 under Luca Panici, was
placed second. In addition to the second-
place prize money, she earned an additional
$5,000 in Florida-bred bonus money from the
Florida Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners
Association.
Camila Princess trailed the field heading
into the backstretch as R Paper Chaser set a
slow pace, posting fractions of 25.56 (sec-
onds), 55.05 and 1:15.29 for three quarters
of a mile. After advancing on the outside
along the backstretch, Camila Princess was
sent to the outside of Midnight Soiree on the
turn into the homestretch to set up a furious
stretch duel. After the two closers raced on
even terms in mid-stretch, Midnight Soiree
fought off Camila Princess to the wire to
prevail by three-quarters of a length. However, a stewards inquiry and an
objection Miguel Vasquez, who checked his mount later after brushing with
his rival, Camila Princess was declared the winner.
“My horse showed a lot of heart,” Gonzalez said. “She ran a good race
with the early fractions going so slow.
Camila Princess won the May 5 Honey Ryder Stakes at Gulfstream
before finishing seventh, beaten by four lengths, in the June 7 Wonder
Again (G3) at Belmont Park.
Whiteheelgirl finished third under jockey Samy Camacho, one and-a-
quarter lengths behind Camila Princess.
Gemonteer/KENNY MARTIN PHOTO
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AND OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
801 SW 60th Ave. • Ocala, FL 34474 • 352-629-2160
Fax: 352-629-3603 • www.ftboa.com • info@ftboa.com
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visit website for details
Application available
at the FTBOA offices from 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday,
online at www.ftboa.com under forms
or call 352-629-2160 for a form.
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Fee
$75 FTBOA Member
$200 Non-member
Registration includes
eligibility for Breeders’ Awards and
the Florida Sire Stakes* program
All terms of Florida Sire Stakes (FSS) races, including the number of races, purse levels, race conditions,
racing dates, and the host track, may change from year to year and may change at any point after the FSS
racing schedule for a particular year is announced. Pending state approval
BY BROCK SHERIDAN____________________________
Worldwide commingled wagering on thoroughbred
racing in the United States exploded in June when com-
pared to last year, keeping the positive economic trend
moving in the right direction for the year.
Statistics provided by Equibase show that
$1,066,040,958 was wagered on U.S. thoroughbred rac-
ing in June, a 14.28 percent increase from the
$932,870,144 wagered in June of last year. That pushed
the second quarter wagering to $3,238,712,367, up 5.02
percent from dollars wagered on thoroughbred racing
during the second quarter last year.
For the year, wagering on thoroughbred races through
June total $5,866,019,879 compared to $5,557,206,392
wagered in the first half of 2017. That is an increase of
5.56 percent.
Average wagering per race day in 2018 so far is
$2,818,847, up 8.7 percent compared to $2,593,190 that
was pushed through the mutuels on an average race day
last year.
Thoroughbred purses in the United States during
2018 have also been on an upward swing as
$110,058,088 in prize money was paid out during 499
June races days compared to $98,639,597 in purses paid
during 488 days of June racing last year. The purse
increase in June was an 11.58 percent spike compared to
June purses last year.
For the year, $515,570,052 has been paid to horsemen
in the first half of 2018 compared to $496,705,645 last
year during the first six months for an increase of 3.8
percent.
Average purses per race day during the first six
months of 2018 have jumped from $231,781 in the first
half of last year relative to $247,751 for a 6.89 percent
increase during the same period.
Thoroughbred Racing Economic Indicators
For June / 2nd Quarter 2018
June 2018 vs. June 2017
Indicator June 2018 June 2017 % Change
Wagering on U.S. Races* $1,066,040,958 $932,870,144 +14.28%
U.S. Purses $110,058,088 $98,639,597 +11.58%
U.S. Race Days 499 488 +2.25%
U.S. Races 3,958 3,866 +2.38%
U.S. Starts 29,008 28,586 +1.48%
Average Field Size 7.33 7.39 -0.88%
Average Wagering Per Race Day $2,136,355 $1,911,619 +11.76%
Average Purses Per Race Day $220,557 $202,130 +9.12%
2nd QTR 2018 vs. 2nd QTR 2017
Indicator 2nd QTR 2018 2nd QTR 2017 % Change
Wagering on U.S. Races* $3,238,712,367 $3,083,834,532 +5.02%
U.S. Purses $290,246,387 $284,029,182 +2.19%
U.S. Race Days 1,233 1,264 -2.45%
U.S. Races 10,098 10,311 -2.07%
U.S. Starts 74,926 76,937 -2.61%
Average Field Size 7.42 7.46 -0.56%
Average Wagering Per Race Day $2,626,693 $2,439,743 +7.66%
Average Purses Per Race Day $235,399 $224,707 +4.76%
YTD 2018 vs. YTD 2017
Indicator YTD 2018 YTD 2017 % Change
Wagering on U.S. Races* $5,866,019,879 $5,557,206,392 +5.56%
U.S. Purses $515,570,052 $496,705,645 +3.80%
U.S. Race Days 2,081 2,143 -2.89%
U.S. Races 17,396 17,861 -2.60%
U.S. Starts 132,746 136,198 -2.53%
Average Field Size 7.63 7.63 +0.07%
Average Wagering Per Race Day $2,818,847 $2,593,190 +8.70%
Average Purses Per Race Day $247,751 $231,781 +6.89%
* Includes worldwide commingled wagering on U.S. races.
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THANKS TO YOU, THESE DIFFERENCES ARE HAPPENING FOR EVERY CHILD.
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“wait and see” attitude because of the uncertainty surrounding the failure
or passage and implementation of the Voter Control of Gaming
Constitutional Amendment. We are not expecting any formal action on
sports betting until after the voters have spoken on Amendment 3 in
November. However, when and if the State does move forward on
some sort of sports betting program the thoroughbred industry should
be included. It could generate significant additional revenue for purs-
es and breeder incentives.
It is no secret that Calder has been trying to decouple for several
years. We have been able to defeat those efforts thus far. Calder cur-
rently pays approximately $9M to purses and breeders awards from
slots revenue generated on site. During negotiations over the past few
sessions, Calder has been willing to continue making these payments
until the current contract with Gulfstream to run their races ends in
2020. After that point, they have been very clear that they want to
keep operating the slots but keep the $9M for themselves. A reduction
to purses and breeders awards of that magnitude would be severely
damaging to the thoroughbred breeders, trainers, and owners in this
state. Unfortunately, we have heard that Calder may use a summer jai
alai permit to open a bare-bones jai alai fronton to maintain the ability
to operate slots. Those slots revenues would not be subject to pay-
ments for purses and breeders’ awards. The FTBOA is closely moni-
toring the situation and will take any all appropriate actions to pre-
serve purse and breeders awards funding.
Finally, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the Coastal
Connector in recent weeks. We have been working hard in Tallahassee
to educate key decision makers on the negative impacts of building
the Coastal Connector through some of Marion County’s prime horse
country. We have learned that there is an accident with significant
traffic delays on average every nine days on I-75. There is no doubt a
road like the coastal connector would provide some much needed
relief to that situation. Having said that, we are confident that the
routes initially published will not be the final routes for the road. The
FTBOA has been intimately involved in this project for many weeks
now and will continue to work on it until it is resolved to your satis-
faction.
The first six months of 2018 have certainly been interesting and
challenging. We will continue to keep you apprised of events in this
ever-changing arena. The FTBOA will continue to fight for you
against the many threats to your livelihood. If we all continue to work
together, we can be successful. Thank you for your support.
Sincerely,
Matt Bryan
Continued from page 5
BARN FOREMAN
Needed for Equine Thoroughbred Yearling/Training Farm
Applicants must fluently speak and write in English.
Bilingual in Spanish is preferred. This position requires working
with the entire team to complete daily duties: clean stalls,
bathe horses, turn outs, give medications (both IM and IV),
apply bandages, etc. This position also requires basic computer
competence and a valid drivers license.
Salary will be determined upon verified qualifications. DFWP.
Please call 800-925-2913 to apply and/or
fax your resume to 352-620-0174 for consideration.
It was the fifth win from 11 career starts
for Firenze Fire, who has been the flagship
progeny for his second-crop sire Poseidon’s
Warrior, who stands at Pleasant Acres
Stallions near Morriston, Fla. Firenze Fire
was the first winner and first stakes-winner
for Poseidons Warrior. Firenze Fire is out of
the Langfuhr mare My Ever Wish.
It was a big day for Poseidon’s Warrior
who also sired, Navy Commander, who won
the $98,000 Long Branch Stakes at
Monmouth Park Saturday.
Firenze Fire earned $165,000 for the
Dwyer win and now has a career bankroll of
$834,100. He returned $7.50 to win, $4.50 to
place and $3 to show.
Continued from page 8
Trainer Dennis Ward is approaching a personal
milestone of 1,000 thoroughbred career wins
in North America (US and Canada). Through
racing, July 9, Ward was at 999 wins.
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Florida-bred Firenze Fire/COGLIANESE PHOTO
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Thursday, July 12
A. P. WARRIOR
Raisedtobeawarrior 5 Penn National
ADIOS CHARLIE
You’re Killin Me 7 Belmont Park
AWESOME OF COURSE
Awesome My Way 5 Gulfstream Park
BEAU CHOIX
Charlotte de Berry 8 Presque Isle Downs
BIG DRAMA
Save the Drama 7 Presque Isle Downs
Rose M. 9 Gulfstream Park
BRETHREN
Dunk 7 Gulfstream Park
BRING THE HEAT
Dom the Bomb 1 Arlington
CITY PLACE
Big City Heart 2 Gulfstream Park
CLOSING ARGUMENT
Lanies Choice 2 Evangeline Downs
Meet Kevin 3 Evangeline Downs
Personal Conflict 6 Evangeline Downs
CONGRATS
Horner Man 6 Gulfstream Park
In the Shoes 7 Belterra Park
COOL COAL MAN
Coal Miners Son 2 Gulfstream Park
D’WILDCAT
Wildnd’moonlight 1 Evangeline Downs
Mama’s Firecracker 3 Belterra Park
Born to D’ Wild 5 Evangeline Downs
Copper Lady 5 Evangeline Downs
Canna Red 6 Delaware Park
Mr. Nasty Time 7 Evangeline Downs
DOUBLE HONOR
Honor and Riches 6 Prairie Meadows
DREWMAN
Whateveryousaybaby 3 Charles Town
EXCHANGE RATE
Dragon Five 1 Penn National
Silver Treasure 3 Fair Meadows Tulsa
FACTUM
Zoe My Love 4 Finger Lakes
FIELD COMMISSION
Sparticle 7 Belmont Park
FIRST DUDE
Dude’s Secret 3 Gulfstream Park
Dude’s First Lady 4 Belterra Park
Dancing Donut 4 Gulfstream Park
Party On Dude 7 Arlington
Starship Apollo 7 Gulfstream Park
FLASHSTORM
Harasan 4 Penn National
GIMMEAWINK
Gimmea Dance 1 Presque Isle Downs
GONE ASTRAY
My Little Princess 1 Evangeline Downs
Go Gone Gone 7 Gulfstream Park
Iana 9 Gulfstream Park
GOTTCHA GOLD
Off Duty 6 Gulfstream Park
GRAEME HALL
Chase Your Dreams 2 Gulfstream Park
Stoneys Mr Cruiser 2 Los Alamitos Race Course
GREATNESS
Igo Forgreatness 5 Gulfstream Park
Carolyn’s Joy 6 Presque Isle Downs
HIGH COTTON
Buy Low Sell High 1 Prairie Meadows
Legacy Azteca 5 Presque Isle Downs
Rosebud’s High 9 Delaware Park
IMPERIALISM
Diamond Blue 7 Presque Isle Downs
IN SUMMATION
Harry’s Gone Gray 7 Gulfstream Park
Union Grace 7 Gulfstream Park
KANTHAROS
Nyoman 1 Arlington
Nova Nation 5 Penn National
Southern Sea 7 Gulfstream Park
Wildcat Kate 8 Gulfstream Park
Freckles Kan 9 Gulfstream Park
Our Precious 9 Gulfstream Park
LIDO PALACE (CHI)
Big Bad Dude 7 Penn National
LUCKY LIONEL
My Lionel Train 1 Fair Meadows Tulsa
MACHO UNO
Hangry 3 Penn National
Fear Fighter 10 Canterbury Park
MASS MEDIA
Stick 2 Evangeline Downs
Talk to the Media 5 Presque Isle Downs
Seraglio 8 Belterra Park
Georgias Media Day 9 Evangeline Downs
MILWAUKEE BREW
Awesome Gordo 2 Prairie Meadows
OUTFLANKER
Kadie’shorseplay 6 Delaware Park
OVERDRIVEN
Our Paul Thomas 7 Delaware Park
Faith N Hope 8 Gulfstream Park
PART THE WATERS
Zenable 2 Belterra Park
POMEROY
Pomeroys Uprising 3 Belterra Park
Best Buddy 5 Finger Lakes
POSEIDON’S WARRIOR
Justinspeightofit 9 Belmont Park
Miss Marisol 9 Gulfstream Park
PROUD ACCOLADE
Brezno 7 Presque Isle Downs
PURE PRECISION
Gary’s Storm 4 Presque Isle Downs
RATTLESNAKE BRIDGE
Miss Kitaen 8 Los Alamitos Race Course
READ THE FOOTNOTES
Sonadora 7 Canterbury Park
REVOLVING
Revolving Account 5 Delaware Park
SARAVA
Luray Road 5 Belterra Park
SOLDAT
Soldat the Top 8 Presque Isle Downs
SONGANDAPRAYER
Wolfel Bear 6 Evangeline Downs
TEUFLESBERG
The Great Johanna 3 Belmont Park
TWO STEP SALSA
Lynnie B 6 Delaware Park
Pudding 7 Delaware Park
Salsa Lane 9 Delaware Park
WAGON LIMIT
Red Wagon 2 Penn National
WILDCAT HEIR
Striking Heir 1 Gulfstream Park
Wild n Wild 2 Fair Meadows Tulsa
Starship United 3 Charles Town
Kittycat Heir 4 Charles Town
Wild Mimosas 4 Evangeline Downs
Noble Venezuela 7 Gulfstream Park
WITH DISTINCTION
Midnight Rodeo 5 Penn National
Padilla 7 Gulfstream Park
YESBYJIMMINY
Yes Darlin 2 Gulfstream Park
Creaky Cricket 5 Gulfstream Park
Friday, July 13
A. P. WARRIOR
Jimmu 5 Belterra Park
Passing Simon 7 Evangeline Downs
ADIOS CHARLIE
Hurricane Josie 3 Charles Town
Fifty Eight O G 3 Monmouth Park
Mo Cash 8 Gulfstream Park
War Pipe 9 Gulfstream Park
AWESOME SWORD
Twice Mike 2 Indiana Grand
AWESOME OF COURSE
Brother Cesare 1 Arlington
Awesome Stack 2 Gulfstream Park
Chilito Piquin 7 Indiana Grand
Rigo 9 Gulfstream Park
BIG DRAMA
Katherine’s Drama 4 Belterra Park
Fabulous Lady 6 Canterbury Park
Farmers Only 8 Belterra Park
BIONDETTI
Lady Racer 5 Monmouth Park
BLOWING ROCK
Weaponized 9 Gulfstream Park
BRETHREN
Joe Di Baggio 4 Gulfstream Park
Scraps 4 Gulfstream Park
BWANA CHARLIE
Stormin Charlotte 8 Evangeline Downs
CHAPEL ROYAL
Royal Kingdom 7 Prairie Meadows
CIRCULAR QUAY
Aztec Key 4 Marquis Downs
CITY PLACE
Biggest Littlecity 1 Ellis Park
City Sage 1 Prairie Meadows
Florida Stallion Progeny for
Thursday & Friday, July 12 & 13
Below is a list of runners sired by Florida stallions or former Florida stallions scheduled to start in races at racetracks across North America. Daily Racing
Form, the information source for this list, does not include all North American racetracks. The list contains all data available at time of list generation.
Copyright © 2004
Daily Racing Form
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CLOSING ARGUMENT
Double Clutchin 1 Evangeline Downs
CONGRATS
L ‘s Choice 2 Emerald Downs
Port of Indy 3 Charles Town
Ecru 5 Indiana Grand
Karma 5 Laurel Park
Pat On the Back 8 Belmont Park
Miss Devine 9 Arlington
COOL COAL MAN
Derby Day Darling 5 Gulfstream Park
COWTOWN CAT
Hectors Pride 4 Charles To wn
Imageofperfection 6 Northlands Park
Star Mily 7 Gulfstream Park
CURRENCY SWAP
Our d’Artagnan 8 Belterra Park
D’WILDCAT
D’freak Nasty 1 Evangeline Downs
Pink Lipgloss 6 Canterbury Park
DELAWARE TOWNSHIP
Crash Magee 1 Belterra Park
DONERAILE COURT
Classy Individual 9 Canterbury Park
DRILL
Destiny Over Fate 3 Laurel Park
Homedrill 4 Gulfstream Park
EXCHANGE RATE
Perfect Exchange 3 Laurel Park
Mountain Momma 6 Arlington
Auntie’s the One 8 Ellis Park
EXCLUSIVE QUALITY
Spirit Love 3 Gulfstream Park
FACTUM
Captain Carol 6 Gulfstream Park
Faithful Sue 6 Gulfstream Park
FIELD COMMISSION
I Am I Will 7 Charles Town
Baba Tobi 8 Gulfstream Park
FIRST DUDE
Party On Dude 4 Arlington
Dudicious 6 Gulfstream Park
Wine Not 8 Belmont Park
I’m an Ocala Dude 9 Laurel Park
FLASHSTORM
Bohemian Soul 2 Belterra Park
Flash the Cash 4 Northlands Park
Rain Storm 9 Gulfstream Park
GONE ASTRAY
Creighton 1 Laurel Park
Papa Y 4 Gulfstream Park
Seymour Kid 6 Indiana Grand
Mizzona 8 Woodbine
GOTTCHA GOLD
Soft Echo 7 Marquis Downs
Sparkling Choice 8 Northlands Park
GRAEME HALL
Swipernoswiping 5 Belterra Park
Riomar 7 Gulfstream Park
GREATNESS
Littlebitcranky 3 Belterra Park
HE’S HAD ENOUGH
Starship Mufasa 4 Gulfstream Park
HEAR NO EVIL
Hear the Kiss 9 Arlington
HELLO BROADWAY
Harryhee 8 Gulfstream Park
HIGH COTTON
High Five Cotton 3 Monmouth Park
HONOR GLIDE
Colton’s Honor 3 Monmouth Park
IN SUMMATION
Pekin 1 Charles Town
Wrap It Up 6 Canterbury Park
INDY WIND
Pleiadian 2 Laurel Park
INVISIBLE INK
Vino Limbo Tango 5 Arlington
KANTHAROS
Riley Rules 4 Gulfstream Park
Express Jet 8 Gulfstream Park
LUCKY LIONEL
Chas Tom 4 Arlington
MACHO UNO
Torrontes 2 Belterra Park
Fiscal Discipline 4 Monmouth Park
Muscle Man 9 Canterbury Park
MASS MEDIA
Wanna Snuggle 2 Evangeline Downs
Hot Melissa 4 Evangeline Downs
MILWAUKEE BREW
Callielikedherbrew 1 Woodbine
Milwaukee Thunder 1 Woodbine
Special Concoction 5 Arlington
Milwaukee Saint 6 Woodbine
OMEGA CODE
Dont Get Fred 6 Lone Star Park
OUTFLANKER
Don On the Move 1 Laurel Park
Donna’s Delight 6 Laurel Park
Eye of the Wildcat 10 Laurel Park
OVERDRIVEN
Rapunzels Cat 1 Charles Town
Driven by Speed 2 Belmont Park
PLEASANT STRIKE
FreakinMe Out 7 Gulfstream Park
POMEROY
My Man 1 Assiniboia Downs
Fancycase 4 Belmont Park
Mr. Jay D 7 Sacramento
Splash Rules 8 Gulfstream Park
POSEIDON’S WARRIOR
Flag Bearer 1 Arlington
Farmer Phil 7 Belterra Park
PROSPECTIVE
Shes One Mad Momma 5 Monmouth Park
PROUDEST ROMEO
Dixie Lover 7 Prairie Meadows
RATTLESNAKE BRIDGE
Pray Pray Pray 1 Gulfstream Park
Fun and Games 6 Gulfstream Park
READ THE FOOTNOTES
Readthequeensnotes 2 Fair Meado ws Tulsa
Cody’s Notes 5 Belmont Park
Ferrari Road 5 Prairie Meadows
SAINT AFLEET
Sandy’s Wager 4 Evangeline Downs
SAINT ANDDAN
Saint Mistress 7 Laurel Park
SASHA’S PROSPECT
Shelikstinybubbles 8 Prairie Meadows
SIMON PURE
Only Simon 4 Charles Town
SLIGO BAY (IRE)
Bel Ayr Bay 1 Woodbine
SOLDAT
Soldollie 2 Gulfstream Park
First Shot 2 Woodbine
Cryogenic 3 Indiana Grand
Unnamed Soldier 8 Laurel Park
Windat 9 Gulfstream Park
SONGANDAPRAYER
Bulletsandbourbon 5 Evangeline Downs
Untethered Soul 9 Evangeline Downs
SPANISH STEPS
Shadow of Justice 3 Indiana Grand
SUPAH BLITZ
All Mighty Bo 5 Northlands Park
TELLING
Telling Warrior 1 Laurel Park
TEUFLESBERG
What a Surprise 10 Ruidoso Downs
TREASURE BEACH (GB)
Vino 6 Monmouth Park
Saratoga Treasure 7 Belmont Park
TWO STEP SALSA
Sky Knight 2 Gulfstream Park
Salsa Rita 5 Gulfstream Park
Dancing Starlet 6 Gulfstream Park
Two Step Blues 6 Gulfstream Park
UNITED STATES
Granted Storm 9 Gulfstream Park
WESTERN PRIDE
American Proud 1 Albuquerque
WILDCAT HEIR
Favorite Heir 4 Woodbine
Kittycat Heir 7 Charles Town
McQ 8 Lone Star Park
WINSLOW HOMER
Glorious Freedom 1 Gulfstream Park
WISED UP
Instant Answer 7 Belterra Park
Florida Stallion Progeny for Friday, July 13
Below is a list of runners sired by Florida stallions or former Florida stallions scheduled to start in races at racetracks across North America.
Daily Racing Form, the information source for this list, does not include all North American racetracks. The list contains all data available at time
of list generation.
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Daily Racing Form
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Thursday, July 12
ARLINGTON
Nyoman 1 Versatile Thoroughbreds LLC
Gran Duque 4 Luisa Degwitz & Ric-Deg Farm
Sacramento Q 4 Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc.
Seeking Fast 4 Ruben Valdes
Summer Disco 5 Dr. K. K. Jayaraman &Dr. V. Devi Ja-
yaraman
Party On Dude 7 Charisma Stable
Cholla 8 Woodford Thoroughbreds
Helen Hayes 8 Carolyn Wilson
BELMONT PARK
Blissful Breeze 2 Sally J. Andersen
Sparticle 7 Shadybrook Farm, Inc.
Youre Killin Me 7 Dr. Kevin OGorman
Justinspeightofit 9 Edward Seltzer, Beverly
Anderson,Helen Barbazon & Joseph
Barbazon
BELTERRA PARK
Mama’s Firecracker 3 Cavendish Investing LTD.
My Mystery 3 Hickstead Farm
Showmethetouch 3 Liam Benson & Mayo West Farm
Dude’s First Lady 4 Martha Magliacane
Luray Road 5 Eugene H. Swearingen &Virginia T.
Swearingen
Leroi’s Thrill 8 Ponder Hill, Inc.
Seraglio 8 Tanourin Stable
HOLLYWOOD CASINO AT CHARLES TOWN RACES
Starship United 3 Laurence Leavy
DELAWARE PARK
Vineyard Cove 1 Lynne M. Scace
E Lizzy 3 BryLynn Farm, Inc.
Haley’s Thunder 5 Carol Hershe
Revolving Account 5 Stonehedge LLC
Canna Red 6 John Patitucci
Takin It Easy 6 Ponder Hill, Inc.
Gnarly 7 John B. Penn
Our Paul Thomas 7 Mary Jolley, T. Wynn Jolley & Jake
Scott
Pudding 7 JSL Thoroughbreds
Bostaleto 8 Anthony Lenci
Rosebud’s High 9 Herman Wilensky
Salsa Lane 9 Emily Goodell
Vineyard Harbour 9 Lynne M. Scace
EVANGELINE DOWNS
Jokers Queen 1 Judy Karlin & George Santis
My Little Princess 1 Group 2 Racing LLC
Stick 2 Kathleen Amaya, Raffaele Centofanti
&Alexandro Centofanti
FINGER LAKES
Zoe My Love 4 Stonehedge, LLC
FAIR MEADOWS
Wild n’ Wild 2 Dave Braddy & Joel Sainer
GULFSTREAM PARK
Striking Heir 1 Shade Tree Thoroughbreds Inc &Ruth
Delaplane
Big City Heart 2 John Shaw
Chase Your Dreams 2 Kathy Machesky
Coal Miners Son 2 Gator Island Racing LLC
Cyber Josh 2 Rose Family Stable Ltd
Yes Darlin 2 Gary Lee Mahon & Jacqueline Jane
Diamond
Dude’s Secret 3 SCF, Inc.
Expect an Entry 3 Patricia Generazio
Kc Baby 3 Arindel
Dancing Donut 4 Ken D’Oyen
Wiggle It Jiggleit 4 Fem Equine Ventures
Awesome My Way 5 Lucy Edwards & Randell Edwards
Creaky Cricket 5 Bridlewood Farm
Igo Forgreatness 5 Jennifer Hayford
Brookside 6 Janice H. Creel
Off Duty 6 David Melin & Eddie Plesa
Dunk 7 Arindel
Go Gone Gone 7 Joseph Arango
Harry’s Gone Gray 7 Herman Wilensky
Noble Venezuela 7 Orlyana Farm
Padilla 7 Burt Epperson & Jimmy Randolph
Southern Sea 7 David Romanik
Starship Apollo 7 Leverett S. Miller & Linda B. Miller
Union Grace 7 Buddy Jones
Faith N Hope 8 Nancy Gould
Magalie 8 Morgan Miller
Wildcat Kate 8 El Batey Farm LLC
Yes Ill Go 8 Dorothy Raffa
Bright Venezuelan 9 Orlyana Farm
Dawn Lightning 9 Centaur Farms, Inc.
Freckles Kan 9 Linda Petersen
Iana 9 Janice Marilyn Clark
Miss Marisol 9 Fulgencio Morales Prado
Mobeautiful 9 Hartley De Renzo Thoroughbreds
Oscura 9 Santa Cruz Ranch Inc.
Our Precious 9 J J Brevan Stable LLC
Rose M. 9 Frank C. Calabrese
LOS ALAMITOS RACE COURSE
Miss Kitaen 8 Dr. Tiffany A. Atteberry & Scott Brown
PENN NATIONAL
Freudland 2 Liam Benson
Red Wagon 2 Pat Bosley
Harasan 4 Amaury Piedra
Midnight Rodeo 5 Christy Whitman
Nova Nation 5 Rick Sutherland
Raisedtobeawarrior 5 Martha H. Johnson
Shacklefords Lady 6 John Rio, Carole Rio, Michael Sivo &Dr.
Laura Surovi-Sivo
World Changer 7 Rick Sutherland
PRESQUE ISLE DOWNS
Legacy Azteca 5 Michael Chamberlain
Talk to the Media 5 Castlebrook Thoroughbreds LLC
Carolyn’s Joy 6 Harold L. Queen
Diamond Blue 7 George T. Gurrola
Masterofthehouse 7 Amaury Piedra
Save the Drama 7 Kirk Laneve
Charlotte de Berry 8 Norman Dellheim
Country Thunder 8 Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc.
Soldat the Top 8 Woodford Thoroughbreds
PRAIRIE MEADOWS
Buy Low Sell High 1 Rustlewood Farm, Inc.
Flashofglitter 6 Patrick Christopher Fallon
Indy Awesome 7 Donald R. Dizney
Friday, July 13
ALBUQUERQUE
American Proud 1 Briar Lane Farm
ARLINGTON
Brother Cesare 1 John Santina
Flag Bearer 1 Vegso Racing Stable
Macho Alpha 4 Midwest Thoroughbreds
Party On Dude 4 Charisma Stable
Vino Limbo Tango 5 Peachtree Stable
I’m a Lawman 7 Big C Farm
Gem City Jewel 8 Praimnaught Prashad
My Man Jax 8 Get Away Farm
Hear the Kiss 9 Moises Yanez
Tomasita 9 Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc.
CANTERBURY PARK
Drane Fame 3 Donald R. Dizney, LLC
Ginger Rose 3 Patricia Olsson
Pink Lipgloss 6 John A. DeVault & Sue S. DeVault
Wrap It Up 6 Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Ravenscraft
R Point Made 8 Oakleaf Farm, Norman Wilson & Liz
Wilson
HOLLYWOOD CASINO AT CHARLES TOWN RACES
Pekin 1 Joel W. Sainer
Rapunzels Cat 1 Peacock Ridge
Triple Clown 2 George T. Gurrola
Hurricane Josie 3 Ocala Stud
Hectors Pride 4 Red Sunset Farm
Only Simon 4 Mr. & Mrs. Richard V. Thompson
I Am I Will 7 Edward Seltzer, Beverly Anderson &
TomYarbrough
ELLIS PARK
Biggest Littlecity 1 Harry Burns & Fools on a Hill Farm
EVANGELINE DOWNS
Firespike 7 Carlos Rafael, Michael Bossio &Cherie
Abner
Stormin Charlotte 8 Richard Thompson & Linda Thompson
GULFSTREAM PARK
Bienville Street 1 Double W Thoroughbred Racing Inc
Crespucula 1 Lawrence Getto
Dappled 1 Arindel
Glorious Freedom 1 Bruno Schickedanz
Pray Pray Pray 1 Cheryl A. Curtin
Tropicality 1 John C. Pereira
Awesome Stack 2 Santa Cruz Ranch Inc.
Sky Knight 2 Dr. Derek K. Paul
Soldollie 2 Purple Haze Stable
Spirit Love 3 Altamira Stable, LLC & Sano Rac-
ingStable, LLC
Homedrill 4 Manuel Andrade
Joe Di Baggio 4 Arindel
Papa Y 4 Juan Francisco Landaeta
Riley Rules 4 Laurin Stable, Inc.
Scraps 4 Arindel
Starship Mufasa 4 Charles Kent Cantrell & Beth Bayer
Derby Day Darling 5 Blackacre Farms, Inc.
Hannah Catherine 5 Mossarosa
Salsa Rita 5 Ron Francoeur
Captain Carol 6 Helen Barbazon & Joseph Barbazon
Dancing Starlet 6 Westbury Stables LLC & Alfonso Figlio-
lia
Dudicious 6 Stones Throw Thoroughbred Farm
Faithful Sue 6 Stonehedge LLC
Fun and Games 6 Le Anne M. Robbins
Puro Blanco 6 Northwest Stud
Two Step Blues 6 Victor Kresic
Dancing Noelle 7 Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc.
Forty Kilos 7 Drake Smith
FreakinMe Out 7 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Todd Schmid
Riomar 7 George Santis & Judy Karlin
Star Mily 7 Carlos Munoz
Baba Tobi 8 Pat Bosley & Field CommissionPartner-
ship
Express Jet 8 Woodford Thoroughbreds
Harryhee 8 Ups and Downs Farm
Mo Cash 8 Amanda Thompson Gonzalez & Gerar-
doGonzalez
Splash Rules 8 River Run Farm
Forty Hits 9 Ruben Valdes
Granted Storm 9 Northwest Stud
Judge Hudson 9 Mike, Martha and Scott Borchetta,
Howard Pearlstein & Martin Silver
Ours Dream Fly 9 Woodford Thoroughbreds
Rain Storm 9 Larry Bell
Rigo 9 Eduardo Soto
War Pipe 9 Bryan R. Baker
Weaponized 9 Jonathan Stodghill
Windat 9 Destiny Oaks of Ocala
INDIANA GRAND RACE COURSE
And Won 3 Chad Stewart & Laurie Stewart DVM
Cryogenic 3 Woodford Thoroughbreds
Chilito Piquin 7 Tanourin Stable
LOS ALAMITOS RACE COURSE
Hackleton 3 Eugene Melnyk
Imagineiamfastest 4 Pauleeanna Thoroughbreds, LLC
Convince 5 Y-Lo Racing Stables, LLC
LAUREL PARK
Cool Cash 1 John B. Penn
Creighton 1 Alfredo Lichoa & Golden Legacy Sta-
bles
Telling Warrior 1 George De Benedicty
Pleiadian 2 Hardacre Farm LLC
Seekthefairland 3 Eico Ventures
Saint Mistress 7 Richard Malouf
Unnamed Soldier 8 Woodford Thoroughbreds
I’m an Ocala Dude 9 Helen Barbazon & Joseph Barbazon
LONE STAR PARK
Forest Mist 8 Michael Anthony Rodriguez
McQ 8 Brambly Lane Farm & Steve Dwoskin
MONMOUTH PARK
Notacatbutacard 1 Liam Benson
Performance Bonus 2 Ocala Stud
Sweet Soul Music 2 Elizabeth Mateo
Total Joint 2 Kinsman Farm
Fifty Eight O G 3 Freddie Hyatt
High Five Cotton 3 Dr. Rick Erwin & Janet Erwin
Crown of Joy 4 Peggy J. Follin
Reina La Kelsy 4 Robert B. Shoukry
Thanks Mom 4 RJM Stables, LLC
Lady Racer 5 Woodford Thoroughbreds
Shes One Mad Momma 5 Marion G. Montanari
Perfect Ice 6 McKathan Farms
Vino 6 Mr Amore Stables
Bama Bound 8 Bryan Hicks
PRAIRIE MEADOWS
City Sage 1 Angela Ingenito
See the Ranger 5 Dr. K. K. Jayaraman &Dr. V. Devi Ja-
yaraman
Royal Kingdom 7 Suzanne Sharra-Maxwell
Juliet’s Music 8 Dr. K. K. Jayaraman & Dr. V. DeviJa-
yaraman
WOODBINE
First Shot 2 Woodford Thoroughbreds, LLC
Speed to Rush 3 Bruno Schickedanz
Favorite Heir 4 Tom McCrocklin & Frank Mermenstein
Mizzona 8 Barry Kirkham &Copper Water Thor-
oughbred Co.
Florida Breeders’ List for
Thursday & Friday, July 12 & 13
Below is a list of Florida-bred runners scheduled to start in races this afternoon and tonight at racetracks across North America.
Daily Racing Form, the information source for this list, does not include all North American racetracks.
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