of Amerman Racing tomb Thunder descended in the center of Ellis Park and scored his first stakes victory in Sunday’s sixth round of the $250,000 Ellis Park Derby..
Tumbarumba was beaten by Raphael. Bejarano rode to win for trainer Brian Lynch. Tumbarumba completed the mile in 1:36.02.
Eight three-year-olds’ field was doing well in the Ellis Park Derby when a long shot Olazabal was rushed into the lead first under the leadership of jockey Alex Achard. But Bejarano moved the Louisiana native on two routes and landed fourth.
After a strong half-mile run in 46.33 seconds, Olazabal grew weary as Transect and Blue Light went head-to-head. at quarterpole position Bejarano turned Tumbarumba into four off-transect tracks and shut down Loyal Company as he began to show his best footsteps.
Inside the Eighth Pillar Tumbarumba can take the lead over any active opponent. and pulled clear late for a three-quarter-length victory. Transect held a location photo above Loyal Company.
Tumbarumba paid $9.40.
“Today I had a great opportunity to ride a really beautiful horse,” Bejarano said. “This horse is really well trained. I know it will surely follow. I watched his last few races with jockey Luis Saez on board, and he had to be aggressive with this horse about half a mile away. I tried doing the same thing and it really worked.”
“He threw a lump here in the Maxfield stakes on a sloppy track,” Lynch said. “I drove home regretting it after. But today we got the fast and dry route. He worked with Oscar Eclipse the day before, and he had previously won the card. Tumbarumba did a better job than he did. When (Oscar Eclipse) won, I was very sure he would do well. There is no way to break up with him.”
Tumbarumba’s record now sits at a solid 9-4-1-1 with $254,870 in pocket earnings. It was bred in Louisiana by Coteau Grove Farms.
Falconet Beats Rivals to Win Groupie Doll
CHC Inc and WinStar Farm are highly aligned. falcon Gathered within the games Hidden Connection and Interstatedaydream. To score a 1 1/4 victory over a $150,000 Sunday 42nd. Bet on Groupie Doll.
Jockey Gerardo Corrales rode the Falconet for Hall of Fame trainer Todd Pletcher. Falconet completed the mile in 1:36.59.
Falconet earned her fifth win of her life in the Groupie Doll Stakes from 11 starts. She also attempted four more runners-up. Falconet’s victory was worth $89,760, boosting her career tally to $488,100.
Falconet is a 4-year-old mistress by Uncle Mo from Summer Bird mare Birdatthewire. She was raised in Kentucky by her co-owner, WinStar Farm.
Positano Sunset gets perfect trip to win Audubon Oaks
Positano Sunset Had a perfect ride under DJ Chris Landeros and raced through the rails to win Sunday’s fourth round of the $150,000 prize pool. Audubon Oaks.
It was a quick start in Audubon Oaks as Black Forest were sent up for the lead and quickly pressured by Santa Fe Gold to go out. Positano Sunset did well and settled in 7th place despite opening the quarter mile in 22.09 seconds. The position remained unchanged in the rear after a half mile fast in 45.41 seconds.
at the juncture Several horses began attacking the lead wide, including favorite Merlazza and second choice Topsy Landeros, keeping Positano Sunset in two tracks as she made her best stride at the eighth post within 1/ of the course. The final 16 miles, Landeros found an opening inside a tired Santa Fe Gold and pulled off a one-shot victory.
Longshot Flamand battled mid-track against Santa Fe Gold and finished a better half-length than her fellow Gray rival in runner-up.
This was Positano Sunset’s third lifetime win of seven starts for trainer Ian Wilkes. She finished seven Audubon Oaks distances with a solid 1:23.46 record.
“They contrast well on the front line,” Landeros said. “Ian did a great job preparing her for the layoff. I just have to wait my time. But she’s a game. I have all the confidence in the world in Ian. And he made it easy.”
Positano Sunset is the Goldencents’ 3-year-old daughter from Consolidator mare Gigglin’ Gal. She was raised in Kentucky by her owner.
Baytown Chatterbox Scores 60-1 in Ellis Park Juvenile Game
Baytown Partnership and Resolute Racing Alliance’s Baytown Chatterbox Drew a huge upset 60-1 to win Sunday’s $150,000 eighth-round match. Ellis Park Youth.
Baytown Chatterbox, who had just broken the heart of his maid at Horseshoe Indianapolis, stormed the course at Ellis Park under the leadership of jockey Tyler Heard to give trainer Paul McEntee a 2 1/2 lengths win over Canitbemajic with Call Me Andy rounding out the tri-feel. Kata went out to Baytown Chatterbox to finish 7th Furlong in 1:25.21.
After the race, jockey Rafael Bejarano, aboard the Canitbemajic, lodged an objection at the Baytown Chatterbox, alleging rear-end interference. After inspecting the steward no change with the order of work
“He’s a better horse compared to a better horse,” says Heard. “He needs something to keep up with. We advanced a mile up the Indiana and isolated ahead. He just needs a better horse to attract his attention.”
“Over the winter he was one of the 2-year-olds I looked forward to the most,” McEntee says. After that race We brought him home and applied gel to him. He didn’t run very well the next time he started. But we think if we let him run easier. he will gain confidence
“We stretched him a mile in Indiana. And he had so many horses that he could not relax. And they all drugged Tyler to become a great leader. We know he will get the journey we are looking for today with this type of competition. He was able to gain a foothold early. and still going home strong The silk he rides today is my mom’s silk, Baytown Partnership. We started getting new owners into the game. We bought 15 in 2 years – and it was very satisfying to have a 2 year old winner in the first year.”
Baytown Chatterbox improved his overall record to 4-2-0-0 and increased his pocket earnings to $110,200.
Baytown Chatterbox is Street Sense’s son from the first Samurai mare Endless Chatter. He was bred in Kentucky by Alpha Delta Stables.
Hot Beach Destroys Girl in Ellis Park Debutante
Horse pants hot beach Stunningly demolished her maiden by winning Sunday’s sixth tournament for $150,000. Opening of Ellis Park.
Declan Cannon rode Hot Beach for trainer Brian Lynch. The final time for seven distances was 1:24.32.
It was the quarter mile race at the Ellis Park Debutante where Twirling Queen hustled hard to take the lead, and she was quickly joined by Intermittent Fast. Cannon placed Hot Beach fourth from behind, just outside the Tx Women for the Arts.
Twirling Queen continued to lead the half-mile fast in 45.67 seconds. In the long turn, Hot Beach began to gain momentum and overtook Twirling Queen’s lead with a quarter of a mile remaining to run.
Hot Beach was getting a little tired as she approached the wire, but Riperton managed to grab two wins in a row. The 4-5 heavy favorite, Youalmosthadme, stumbled out of the starting gate and had to settle for third place.
“I am very grateful to ride Brian Lynch’s better horses,” Cannon said. “It makes my job easier every time I ride to his barn. Her homework at Churchill was always very good. Her form since debut has been quite good. And we trust in her today that she will do well.”
“Declan has some magic going on right now,” Lynch says. Whenever they bet on maids You know they may have a bright future. I think the sky’s the limit with her. She is a little tired and I think in the future we will hear a little more about her.”
Hot Beach debuted July 7 at Ellis and finished Game Two with odds of 3-5 against Here U Come Again. With her victory in Omaha Beach’s daughter Ellis Park Debutante, her purse rose to 103,920. dollar
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