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Stall Street Journal Entry 23

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Stall Street Journal – Entry #23

It was exciting to watch the NEW New York Showcase Day on June 1st (the original is always in October). It demonstrates clearly just how important and popular New York Bred racing is at this time. While our stallions were not represented by a winner this time around, we are confident that in upcoming renditions they will play a big factor in this stakes-filled day of racing at Belmont Park.

Speaking of exciting days, on Sunday, June 16th, McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds will be hosting “Sundae On The Farm.” This is a fun-filled day celebrating Saratoga county agriculture. Visitors will be able to learn about agriculture and experience guided tours, farmers market, food demos, horse drawn wagon rides, live music, kids’ activities and spelling bee, ice cream eating contest and much more to see and do. Bring the whole family for Stewart’s ice cream sundaes, flavored milks and pie a la mode. For more information call Cornell Cooperative Extension at (518) 885-8995.

WINNERS CIRCLE

5/27: Chica Silver broke her maiden in a seven furlong event at Arlington Park by 16 ¼ lengths! This daughter of CATIENUS was bred by Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey and owned by Sugar Daddy Stable.

MAYBRY’S BOY had a winner at Finger Lakes named Sweet Moon, who won a $21K allowance race by 8 lengths! Maybry’s Farm, Inc. was the breeder and Edgar Prindle owns.

5/30:  At Finger Lakes, Aggi’s Queen held on gamely by a head in the off going to increase her career earnings of $46K. This daughter of CATIENUS was bred by Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey and is owned by John Perdue.

5/31: CONGAREE’S Public Secret won a five furlong grass sprint in 58:4 at Pimlico. The five year old gelding is owned by Pewter Stable and was bred by Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGiness.

6/1: SAGIN-AWESOME!!! For the fourth time since February, the great gelding, Saginaw, is being mentioned in this journal entry, as he gamely won another stakes race (The Affirmed Success - $100K) in New York, increasing his career earnings to $915K while winning 20 of 39 lifetime starts….may we all have a horse like him one day. He was born and raised right here, so you never know. Congrats again to all his delighted connections.

Girl Code took a $47K allowance race at Parx by 4 ¼ lengths for owner/trainer Danny Gargan. This filly by TEUFLESBERG has some ability, that’s for sure.

6/2: Conga Bella, a six year old mare by CONGAREE won her 11th race by 2 ¾ lengths at Parx to increase her career earnings to $289K for breeder Vince Scuderi. Her record stands at 52-11-7-12….speed and soundness!

TEUFLESBERG had two nice winners on Sunday. Logan’s Park, a four year old filly won a $70K allowance race at Woodbine for owner/breeder M.E. Kennedy. She has now earned $176K. Nofinancingneeded won his FOURTH STRAIGHT race at Parx, to increase his career earnings to $99K.

TOUCH GOLD’S seven year old gelding named Burley’s Gold increased career earnings to $122K for Owner Gary Aiken and breeder Winning Stable, Inc.

CONGRATULATIONS to all excited owners, breeders, and trainers of these recent winners!

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