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Stall Street Journal Entry 16

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Stall Street Journal #16

Foals on the farm, mares to the shed, and winners from the track keep coming! Here are some of the latest victors:

  • -4/8 : Touch Gold’s Waffle House Kid (sounds like Joe at IHOP a few years back) won in his third start in a MSW sprint at Will Rogers Downs. Bred by John and Barbara Smiklas, owned by Deanna and Henry Kirchoff and trained by Randy Oberlander, the connections have to be excited about this three year olds’ future prospects!
  • -4/9 : Angry Bird flew home at Sunland Park in taking a six furlong sprint in 1:10:2 for Solitaire Stable and leading trainer Henry Dominguez. It was the fourth win in fifteen starts for this son of Bob and John, to increase his earnings to $75K!
  • -4/10 : Rules of Honor, a talented son of Catienus took his second in a row by coming off the pace five wide in a 1 1/16 mile event at Keeneland by 2 ½ lengths. He now has six wins in sixteen starts and has earned over $141K.Ken and Sarah Ramsey are owner/breeder and Michael maker is trainer. Interestingly, he is a relative of our stallion Justennuffhumor, as Kitten’s First is his second dam. Fun!
  • -4/11 : At Pimlico, Touch Gold’s Bubbling Springs drew off by five emphatic lengths to win a 1 1/16 mile event at odds of 2-5 for King Star Farm and Juan Vazquez. He is just shy of earning $100K ($98K). Congrats and good luck to his connections!
  • -4/11 : In Keeneland’s 4th race, Fast Bobbi J upheld her moniker by persevering to win by a neck with Hall of Famer Gary Stevens aboard. Bred/owned by David Jacobs and trained by Phil Simms, this Bob and John four year old filly has earned over $118K and seems to like the synthetic track!
  • -4/11 : In the very next race, Catienus’ Glamour Puss made it a McMahon Thoroughbred’s sired Daily Double, as she took a six furlong sprint by 3 ¼ lengths under Joel Rosario in 1:09:4. Another Ken and Sarah Ramsey homebred (Wesley Ward trains), this gal may be exciting to watch in the future!
  • -4/12 : In the Aqueduct slop, Madison Ave. Jo Jo victoriously splashed home in this mile maiden event for RAP Racing and trainer Kiaran Mclaughlin. Bred by Ol’ Memorial Stable, this miss by Utopia is now 4 – 8 in the money. Congratulations to her connections!
  • -4/13 : Alphabet Soup had a winner at Turf Paradise named One Clever Chick. She broke her maiden at 6 ½ furlongs with a time of 1:17:4. She was bred by Adena Springs and is owned/trained by Nate Owen.
  • -4/14 : We are beginning to sound repetitive when mentioning Sunny Desert, who was raised and foaled here at McMahon Thoroughbreds (Breed of Characters, LLC was the breeder). She won the $75,000 Shot Berry Stakes at Aqueduct for the Kupferberg’s and trainer John Parisella. It was her SIXTH stakes victory, and her career earnings now stand at $421,750. She will make her next start on NY Showcase Day on June 1. Congrats to her connections...stay on the roll!

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