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PADDYS DAY SAND ON FIRE

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JANE TEUTSCH

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SAND ON FIRE winning the H.H. Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Stakes By Burning Sand out of B J Zell, by Brusally Orlen Bred by Jane Teutsch of Soaring Eagle Ranch Owned by Lori Powell, Trained by Scott Powell, Ridden by Sandee Martin


Indescribably thrilling! Horses bred by Jane Teutsch of Soaring Eagle Ranch won two of the biggest races of the year in California on the very same day. Congratulations to all the connections! Everyone’s buying from Soaring Eagle Ranch... all the race age horses are now sold. Only a very limited number of Soaring Eagle Ranch bred foals are for sale- That’s 6 foals in all; 4 yearlings and 2 two year olds.

PADDYS DAY - after winning the Grade 2 Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan Arabian Cup Stakes. Kelsi Purcell, up.

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“A Day at the Races”

You are invited.

You are invited to "A Day At The Races" at Delaware Park for the running of the Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Filly Championship Grade 3, Sponsored by Markel; and the Delaware Park Arabian Derby Grade 2 Stakes races. Post time is 1:15 PM. Eastern Arabian Racing Alliance (EARA) and Markel have also invited Arabian Horse Association (AHA) Regions 12 & 15 to this exciting day of racing which will also include this year’s inductions to the Racing Hall of Fame and Tent of Honor. Be our guest on race day for BBQ in the Grove at Delaware Park. For more information and reservations, please contact Kimberly Douglas at 901-299-7818.

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AHP Equine Industry Survey Paddys Day Making a Statement HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies World Championship Arabian Racing Cup S. Delaware Park Arabian Distaf Oaks (G2) HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship Royal Cavalry of Oman Maiden S.

Editor’s Notes/News to Know Notes From Around the Ovals 2015 Leaders

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2015 Runners 2015 Charts

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Paddys Day looking proud after winning the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Emerald Arabian Triple Jewel (G3) . Design by Corliss Hazard. Photo copyright Pamela Burton.

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8 Just Talkin' by Michael Economopoulos 10 Equi Tech by Dr. Deb Powell 13 Making Claims by Joe Nevills

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Editor's Notes

News to Know

By Stephanie J. Corum

Racing is really getting going now. Paddys Day is asserting himself as the best horse in the U.S. There was a good deal of flack when he did not received a Darley nomination as a 3-year-old last year. However, he is proving his worth by going out and winning on the track. There is no doubt he will be nominated for an award as a 4-year-old and most likely one also for Horse of the Year. U.S.-bred and owned horses are making a statement overseas as well. Mickey and Michelle Morgan of Mandolynn Hill Farm in Texas and Paul and Kathy Smoke of Mokee Arabians in Michigan both have horses stabled in England. Other U.S. runners may go abroad for the big races. We could really use a few horses coming across the pond to race here. The biggest purses, however, are in other countries and, well, money attracts. In the middle of this issue you will find a 2-page spread from Nancy Blewett. She and her husband Ken have sold their farm and will be taking on a much smaller role in Arabian racing. Personally, I would like to thank Nancy especially for her hard word and dedication to the industry over the past 15 or so years. Following the worldwide recession, the Darley Award ceremony would've fallen apart if not for their support. On behalf of Arabian racing in general and the Arabian Finish Line specifically, thank you Nancy and Ken for your support. I wish you well in the next stage of your lives. Also in this issue is the report from the American Horse Publications on their Equine Industry Survey. Over 11,000 people responded to the survey to give a good overview of the current state of the equine industry. This does not cover racing specifically, so why is it important to us? Because it gives an interesting insight into the industry as a whole. Big points to take away from the report are that the horse industry seems to have weathered the worst of the economic downturn and is starting to trend upward again. In addition, the unwanted horse issue is in the forefront of people's minds. That's something all of us as breeders and owners need to be conscious of so we can all do our part to help the horses. Hope to see you at the races soon!

2015 INTERNATIONAL BREEDER’S CONFERENCE FROM THE PYRAMID SOCIETY Lexington, KY (July 24, 2015) – Everyone interested in raising Arabian horses is invited to mingle with breeders, owners, trainers, judges, artists and other industry professionals to gain special insights during the 2015 International Breeders’ Conference in Princeton, NJ, on August 21-22. The event begins at Thornewood Farm in Stockton, NJ, where some of the most gorgeous Straight Egyptian show champions are being born, raised, trained, and shown today. The conference will continue at The Marriott at Forrestal Village on Friday afternoon and Saturday where participants will be involved in seminars that explore the foundations of the past while building bridges to the future including: 1. The Standard of Excellence - Hands-On Conformation Clinic 2. Applying the Standard of Excellence – Training the Eye of the Beholder 3. A Review of Breeding Philosophies – Ancient and Modern 4. Building a Breeding Program – the 1st Generation 5. Building a Breeding Program – the 2nd Generation International panelists will discuss the role of the foundation sires in North America and their impact on today’s horses. This conference is for anyone who is interested in having a successful horse breeding program. The principals and discussions can be applied to all breeds to improve the overall approach to raising horses. “I chose to raise Straight Egyptian Arabians because they are so versatile and intelligent,” said Lisa Cifrese, owner of Thornewood Farm. “They are capable of performing in Dressage, jumping, eventing, working with cattle, racing, pleasure riding, and many other disciplines. They are also excellent for anyone who has an interest in horses. Another benefit is the preservation of Straight Egyptian Arabians is a wonderful way to have a working investment.” For more information about the 2015 International Breeders’ Conference, Straight Egyptian Arabians, and The Pyramid Society visit www.PyramidSociety.org.

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Notes From Around The Ovals California Humboldt County Fair at Ferndale - August 21 - August 30 - Conditions Saturday, August 22 - Alw (Wathba Stud Farms Cup), 3yo up, 7 furlongs, $8,100 Friday, August 28 - Mdn, 3yo up, 5 furlongs, $3,000 Saturday, August 29 - Alw, 3yo up, 5 furlongs, $3,200 Sunday, August 30 - Ferndale Arabian S., 3yo up, 7 furlongs, $7,000 added

Colorado COBRA held its 2014 Awards Banquet on June 21. Congratulations to all of the winners for the 2014 race meet. 3-Year-old Filly of the Year 3-Year-old Colt of the Year Dormanes Fantasy CS RB So Rich 4-Year-old Filly of the Year 4-Year-old Colt of the Year Djets Tigress RB Rich Older Mare of the Year Older Horse of the Year Ms Dixie Sammy V Horse of the Year Colorado Bred Horse of the Year Ms Dixie Sand On Fire Owner of the Year Trainer of the Year Quarter Moon Ranch LLC Scott Powell Jockey of the Year Kelsi Purcell

Delaware The Delaware Park Arabian Derby (G2), which was originally scheduled for July 18, has been rescheduled for Saturday August 22 along with the Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Filly Championship (G3). This great day will also include the Racing Hall of Fame induction ceremony (and appearance) of Don Condare. More details on the entire day can be found in the Markel ad in this issue.

Texas August 28, 2015 - September 27, 2015 racing at Retama Park October 1, 2015 - November 13, 2015 racing at Lone Star Park

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By Michael Economopoulos

Photos, Thomas Kohler & Dave Wild

To begin with, I want to congratulate all the owners and trainers associated with the 2015 Hall of Fame of Fame inductees, Don Condare and Sueade+/. They both deserve the honor, and it's great to see these two fine geldings recognized. I fondly remember Sueade+/. In 1991 and 1992, we raced my old horse, KA Czubuthan, at Los Alamitos. At that time there were a handful of tough, well matched horses residing in California that battled each other on a frequent basis (they ran out of conditions). Czubuthan, Sueade, Magna Terra Smoky, Vals Starburst and Rio Hondo were blue collar runners who traded places in the winner's circle regularly. As good as they were, the whole group often came up a few lengths short when the "big horses" came to town for the more important stakes races. There was no shame in finishing second to that elite group which included TC Tomtyr, Monarch AH and Oh By Gosh (though the homeboy Sueade did beat Tomtyr in 1992). Although some might say that finishing second is like kissing your sister, that somewhat depends on how ugly your sister is. When your horse runs his heart out and finishes second to a more talented runner, all you can really do is congratulate the winner and try again next time. I got pretty good at that as my horses were extremely skilled at finishing second. If every one of them was just a few tenths of a second faster or didn't tire in the stretch, I might still be racing. This brings me back around to KA Czubuthan. He finished second to many of the elite horses during his seven year racing career, including Monarch AH, Top Flyte, Charlie Valentine, Samsheik, and TC Tomtyr (three different times). His greatest second (pictured below) was in the 1990 Armand Hammer Classic when he traded leads in the stretch with NF Proof and finished a close second in a field of fourteen great runners that included Sam Tiki, Flash Magic, Tikisflaming Jet and Magna Terra Smoky. Every time I watch the video I feel certain that he will hold the lead just a little bit longer.

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The back story to that race is that Czubuthan coliced five days earlier and right up to the last minute we thought we would have to scratch him. Though not 100%, he seemed well enough to run; he seemed like he knew the importance of the race; and he seemed to want to run, so we gave him his shot. We told Chad Murphy, the jockey, not to push him. Still, he ran his heart out. We congratulated the winner and tried again. Although Czubuthan is by my first stallion, the *Orzel son Brusally Orzelost, I was not his breeder. A client of mine leased his dam but was told that she could not conceive. We tried anyway and somehow got her in foal. She produced the handsome chestnut colt that we call "Legs". From Arkansas, Czubuthan went to Florida. I tried to buy him as a two year old, but it didn't work out. Eventually he went into race training, but he had two surgeries over the next year - first for colic and then for a hernia. Both times the doctors said they were "career ending", but as a four year old he had his first start in Kentucky. In his second race he hurt himself pretty badly in the gate. Although he finished second, he spent 11 months recovering from his injuries. You might say that he encountered several obstacles in his early days. A couple years later, I was sitting in the tack room with my trainer, Robert Knight, who was training Legs at the time. I thought he was the most magnificent horse I had ever seen. By sheer coincidence, Czubuthan's owner called saying that she wanted to sell him. I got on the phone and bought him right there on the spot. Over a seven year career, his race record was 64(25-16-3)510. His best season was as a nine year old when he never

ran out of the money, 14(8-4-2). Eight of those races were stakes races. For a long time he held the U.S track record for a mile and a sixteenth. Legs could go long; he could go short; he could run wire to wire; he could come off the pace. He ran as honest as the day is long. At ten, he blew a tendon and we retired him to stand at stud. Over the years he sired some pretty decent race horses, some very good endurance horses, and even a dressage champion. The State Stud of Poland imported his semen where he produced several stakes winners. His get, like Czubuthan himself, are tough, cocky and confident. Legs is out in the pasture, and I can see him out the window as the sun sets. He's thirty one and showing his age pretty badly. I don't know how much longer he will be with us and that makes me very sad. Despite his failing health and diminished physical condition, he meets me every morning with his chest pumped out, pawing the ground for this feed; mad if I'm a few minutes late. He maintains the proud stature of this youth. This is not a promotion campaign for entry into the Hall of Fame or an attempt to sell breedings or horses. Those days are over. No, this is me recognizing the finest horse I've ever owned. It's a tribute to a blue collar, hardheaded, tough as nails stallion who ran his heart out every time he raced. I am thankful for being around him for the last 30 years. Finishing second was good enough for me. Editor's Note: I am very sorry to report that just days after writing this column, K A Czubuthan crossed the rainbow bridge. Our most sincere condolences to Mike and everyone who knew and loved this stallion.

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- tech By Dr. Deb Powell, PhD © COADY PHOTO

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Internal Parasite Control With Pasture Management When it comes to controlling the internal parasites, management of your horse’s outdoor pasture and surrounding environment is as important as a proper deworming program. The goal of a good environmental parasite management program is to interrupt the life cycle of the parasite before internal ingestion and infestation occurs…remember ultimately, the worm burden within the horse is directly related to the infective larvae on the pasture.

ing system, so as the horses are rotated, they move to regrowth following a hay crop. In such a system, any one field would have a sequence such as: 1) Graze period, 2) Rest period, 3) Hay harvest, 4) Rest period, 1) repeat. In theory, the plants that the parasitic larvae have migrated on to have not been ingested by the horse, and these larvae cannot survive on the drying forage, so it would be safe to let the horse graze on the re-growing forage following haying season.

There are a few management strategies that, if feasible, can be instituted within horse operations to assist with parasite control, these include: 1) Pasture “Rotation”, 2) Low Stocking Density, 3) Short-Term High Stock Grazing (Flash Grazing), 4) Windrow Manure Composting, 5) Multi-Species Grazing, 6) Harrowing, and 7) Manure Removal.

Low Stocking Density Stocking density is the number or actual body weight of the stock. In this case that would be horses on a given paddock or pasture. We normally use stocking density to determine stocking rate (number of horses per unit of land) and thus pasture nutrient supply. How does this relate to parasite control? When allowed, horses will not graze an area next to where they have defecated. However, if we put a large number of horses in a small area (high stocking density), we have increased the incidence that they will over graze forages that have parasitic larvae. Therefore a low stocking density for a given pasture is thought to decrease the incidence of over grazing with the idea of decreasing the likelihood of the horses ingesting parasitic larvae.

Pasture “Rotation” Classically, pasture rotation was proposed to help optimize pasture forage nutrients. Horses would graze the pasture for a short period of time and then be removed so that the pasture would rest for regrowth. Pasture “rotation” in relation to parasite control is used in an effort to decrease the incidence of over grazing with the idea of decreasing the ingestion of parasites. Because the parasitic larvae are located on the lower part of the plant, if the horse is not allowed to over graze a pasture (graze the plant close to the ground), the incidence of ingesting the larvae is decreased. A variation of this concept would be to combine pasture rotation and a hay-

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Short-Term High Stocking Density (Flash Grazing) This is a common system that is used by many cattleman and can be a useful system for some horse facilities. It involves putting a large number of horses in a small grazing area of the pasture for a short period of time, usually a few hours and then move then to another


area of the pasture to graze for a short period of time. Basically, the horses are grazing in large numbered groups within a small area and are moved frequently several times during the day so that only the top third of the forage plants are eaten and the rest of the plant material is trampled into the ground, therefore they should not have eaten the lower portion of the plant where the parasitic larvae are located. This system is both labor intensive and will involve more time for the grazed area to grow back.

Windrow Manure Composting Windrow composting is producing compost by piling the waste into long rows. Parasite eggs cannot survive temperatures above 50°C (122°F). Because windrow compost piles reach temperatures of 70°C (158°F), they are more effective than the traditional free-standing composting pile (piling manure up in some area - usually behind the barn). Windrow composting works well for people with large acreage. A composting alternative is the use of Bin Composting. At least two bins are recommended and should be large enough to accommodate waste material accumulated from several months. In general, these bins should be constructed from 2x6” untreated boards and posts with wooden floors with space between boards to allow air flow from underneath. If a larger bin is required, concrete floor and walls will work to accommodate large

equipment. The bins should be protected from rain and snow, so a roof or heavy tarp would be required. In order to destroy the parasites, temperatures of between 50°C and 65°C must be maintained for at least 21 days.

Multi-Species Grazing Alternating or grazing horses along with ruminants (for example, cattle, sheep, goats) can help decrease the potential parasite burden. In general, internal parasites that infect the horse cannot complete their life cycle within the ruminant, meaning no eggs will pass out into the feces of the ruminant to contaminate the pasture. The ruminant will graze the areas that the horse has defecated around and will graze down area forage left by the horses, thus exposing the parasites to the sunlight and heat to assist with drying and killing of the larvae. Harrowing Harrowing is using a tool to disrupt the soil surface. Doing so to a paddock or pasture will break up the manure clumps so they can dry out, expose and kill parasite eggs and larvae. Harrowing should be done when it is hot and dry. Doing so in warm, moist weather encourages parasite eggs to hatch and thrive, increasing the risk of infecting or reinfecting your horse. After harrowing a field, do not allow horses to graze for at least three to four weeks. Manure Removal The intestinal worms of horses have eggs that pass out in the manure. Given the correct conditions, these eggs hatch into larvae that infect the horse when ingested. Removal of manure from paddocks and pastures before the eggs have hatched will minimize the number of larvae picked up by the horse and therefore interrupt the parasite’s life cycle. Because larvae hatch quickly from eggs, manure removal from heavily used paddocks should be done at least twice weekly. Sanitation and management practices aid in minimizing the spread of internal parasites. Success in controlling them must be a determined and continuous effort.

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KAO MALOAN SWA by KAOLINO

Powerful Prospects from Spirit Winds Arabians KAOL MALOAN SWA, BY KAOLINO AHR*661061, 04-March-2013. Two Year Old Bay Colt, Out of Molli Maloan (3 time winner and stakes placed mare by FMR Grand Jete) dam of 4 time winner & stakes placed Cholly Roger.

OZARK KAOLENA SWA, by KAOLINO AHR*656668, 02-March-2012, Three Year Old

OZARK KAOLENA SWA by KAOLINO

Chestnut Filly, Out of FMR Ozark Eklipse (by Cassels Roszlem+) 6 time winning mare, dam of winners including Sir James MHF by KAOLINO

CHNDAKAS EKLIPSE SWA, by CHNDAKA AHR*661060, 14-March-2013, Two Year Old

Grey Filly, Out of FMR Ozark Eklipse (by Cassels Roszlem+) 6 time winning mare with 2 stakes wins, 3 stakes places

KOUNT CZESTER SWA, by KAN YOU RUN AHR*653297, 13 Mar 2011, 4 Year Old Grey

Stallion, out of FMR Ozark Eklipse, by Cassels Roszlem+. A purebred American-bred with no french blood, Currently racing

MADAME CHRISSTY SWA, by CHNDAKA AHR*656539, 21 Jan 2012, 3 Year Old Bay Filly out of Triss, by Wiking. Full sister to CHRISS SWA. In Casper Wyoming in breaking training. CHNDAKAS EKLIPSE SWA

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Kan You Run

1995 Bay Stallion Wiking x Kenia, by *El Paso 15 wins, 16 places. 55(15-7-9)2-2 Outstanding durability. From just a few foals, he has sired 4 winners

Dr. James L. Wetzel Jr. Over 20 years of success in breeding and racing Arabians.

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I’ve watched Kentucky Derbies, Preakness Stakes, all sorts of Breeders’ Cup races, and graded stakes in person. Of all the races, the most dominant performance I have seen with my own two eyes, though, could have been by Get R Done in the 2010 Michigan Arabian Juvenile Stakes at Mount Pleasant Meadows (pictured below). The gray gelding was highly touted going into that race, having won his debut start by a heavily geared down six lengths. He was part of a threehorse entry for owner/breeders Tom and Joyce Fritz, joining fellow 3-yearolds First Kiss HLF and Hot Lava, both imposing figures in their own right. It was a good crop for the Fritzes that year. Get R Done chased a suicide pace from Triple Play SA as the field made

its first pass by the grandstand, and zeroed in on the leader by the time they entered the first turn. They drew even for a moment as the curve straightened out into the backstretch, and it was the last time Get R Done saw another horse’s eyes until he turned around to return to the winner’s circle. He didn’t need to be asked, he just went. He had already outdistanced his debut winning margin when he hit the final turn. By the time he was pointed toward the wire, there were several audible exclamations of “Oh my God” from the crowd. I tried to get a picture of Get R Done in the stretch with his closest foes to accurately portray just how far ahead the horse was, and I couldn’t zoom out far enough to fit his hapless rivals in the shot. Get R Done crossed the finish, and

then there was a long wait. Four seconds later, stablemate First Kiss HLF grabbed the runner-up check, defeated by an obscene 23 lengths. The win was enough to earn Get R Done a nod as a Darley Award finalist as champion 3-year-old male that year, and the plan was to take the gelding on to bigger and better things at Delaware or Arapahoe Park in 2011. The injury bug had other ideas. Get R Done instead spent two years on the shelf. He returned in July 2012 with a fourth place finish at Mount Pleasant, then took another year off before winning his second comeback race in June 2013, defeating multiple Michigan Horse of the Year, Catch Me Ridin Dirty. Another two years later, on July 4 2015, Get R Done was loading into the gate for his fifth career start; this time at Hazel Park Raceway. The stakes weren’t as high as they were when Get R Done charged down the Mount Pleasant stretch unchallenged in 2010, but that mattered little to Marcia Weilbach. Get R Done and longtime running mate Hot Lava were the first two horses saddled by Weilbach, a new owner and trainer who had been waiting patiently for her opportunity to race Arabians in Michigan. It wasn’t quite a storybook beginning for Weilbach. Hot Lava got left at the gate and spent the entire race in last place. Get R Done showed some of

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that old spark, tangling with the top finishers, but a less-than-stellar ride got him stuck on the rail behind an anchor-thrower and shuffled back to fourth. However, the experience, she said, was one that will last a lifetime. I first came across Weilbach, a native of South Africa, on the “Michigan Arabian Racing” Facebook page. I knew nothing about her except that she wanted in the game badly, seemed willing to learn and pitch in, and appeared to be on the cusp of having runners ready to go. As it turns out, Weilbach wasn’t on the cusp. She was locked and loaded. She and her husband Jacques own 10 Arabians, taking over much of the Fritz’s successful racing and breeding program. In addition to Hot Lava and Get R Done, the Mayville, MI residents acquired broodmares First Kiss HLF; Milady Coleen, the dam of Hot Lava; and Quick Noon, the dam of Grade 2 winner Quick and Rich. They also own retired Fritz runners Genuine Proof and Zanthus Fury, along with others leased or purchased elsewhere. Weilbach, 47, has four horses in training at Hazel Park: Get R Done, Hot Lava, and IL Azeus, an Alberta-bred from a near-extinct Polish line, for herself; as well as Motown Rising for Paul and Kathy Smoke. With that lineup, she’ll probably have a win photo or two for her collection by the time this is published. I had a long list of questions for Weilbach after her first runners left the gate at Hazel Park, ranging from queries about how she ended up with such a big part of one of Michigan’s most prominent Arabian programs, to how she kept said members of that program on the racetrack, to what her experience has been as a new member of the Arabian racing community. As a sport aching badly for new faces across all breeds, getting into the mindset of someone who wanted to

Marcia Weilbach and her charge Hot Lava.

become a part of it was perhaps most important of all. Weilbach was gracious enough to answer all of my questions with great information about her background, her methods, her goals, and her experiences. The responses are so good that they are being split between this column and next month’s. Expect to see her name come up often in the years to come. Joe Nevills: Following the “Michigan Arabian Racing” Facebook page, I’ve seen you be very passionate in your desire to race Arabians in the state. With so many hardships in Michigan racing, much less in the state’s Arabian platoon, what made that segment of the business appeal to you? Marcia Weilbach: “I like to think of myself as a rather positive person, so I tend to see the hardships in Michigan racing, and the lack of horses as an opportunity to get into the game with relatively little capital, and you can use the horses you have (if they are sound and at a reasonable age) to start you off. “If racing in Michigan was thriving, it would be a lot harder and more expensive to get into it. You would be competing against a lot more horses, 14 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015

and running for bigger purses, which would attract big trainers with better horses from out of state. “It is a risk getting into a dying industry, as many see it in Michigan, but it will only take a few new people like myself, and a few that have raced in the past to get back into it, to get Michigan racing back on track. “Hazel Park is a beautiful venue, and we are so fortunate to have the opportunity to race there. I look at Hazel Park in the same way I look at Michigan Arabian racing. There is so much potential there. Yes, the track is struggling, the trainers are struggling. The track makes do with what they have, the trainers are making do with what they have. I see strength and tenacity in those involved in Michigan racing that keeps them hanging in there, trying, and keeps them working against all odds, and it makes me want to be a part of it. I guess in my case it is a question of deciding that I want it more than I am afraid of it.” JN: What first got you into horse racing? MW: “We are South African, and before we came to the United States, I worked for different Thoroughbred trainers, so, my interest and love for racing comes from earlier on. We


have always dreamed of one day breeding racehorses. We never even realized that Arabians flat raced, because in South Africa it’s strictly Thoroughbreds that race. “I was not able to have horses for many years after immigrating to America, but I researched online to try and find something that I could do competitively up here in rural Michigan that I could afford. When the opportunity finally came that I could get back into horses here in America, I decided to try my hand at endurance riding. Being a researcher at heart, I studied up on which horses were doing the best in endurance, not only in America, but worldwide. “What stood out to me were the French-bred Arabians that flat raced before moving on to an endurance career, so I started looking for breeders. Fortunately for me I found Hickory Lane Farms owned by Tom & Joyce Fritz right here in Michigan. I then purchased my first gelding from them, Zanthus Fury, for endurance riding. “I loved him so much and he did so well for me that I later purchased his half brother Genuine Proof (who also had a great racing career). Once we met Tom and Joyce, and we saw their love and dedication to breeding and racing top class Arabian horses, it inspired us dream of one day doing the same. Their advice and encouragement was what started us on this journey. “At first I never really thought about training - I because I did not think it would be possible to license. We thought more about breeding. After research, I came across Mokee Arabians owned by

guess get a more Kathy

and Paul Smoke. We arranged a visit to the farm, and Kathy very graciously took time out of her busy schedule to not only show us her horses, but to answer millions of questions. Her encouragement, and advice was also monumental in our decision to get into Arabian racing. “Kathy also suggested we not only visit breeders, but trainers as well, so we can get to see racing from the trainer’s perspective too. Kathy suggested we meet with Nicole and Rafael Ruvalcaba, as well as Scot Jensen. We met with both of these trainers and once again we were so well-received, encouraged, and all of our questions were answered. At this point, the idea of running horses became a real possibility to us. “Long story short, two of our endurance horses raced in one race near the end of the 2014 season for trainer Tammie Briggs. I guess it was after that night, even though it was not a very successful racing night for us, that I started thinking about the possibility of actually training myself. I spoke to the stewards at Hazel Park about the requirements needed for a trainer’s license. Because of my years of experience in the racing industry in South Africa, they decided to waive the two years as an assistant trainer necessary before applying for a trainer’s license, if I could produce three good references, pass the barn and written trainers test. I fortunately was able to do that, and I received my trainer’s license at the end of the 2014 season.” Next month read about Marcia's experiences with her first two Arabian starters, Get R Done and Hot Lava, as well as her advice for other newcomers.

Get R Done with Juan Delgado aboard. 15 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


Results from the 2015 American Horse Publications Equine Industry Survey Prepared by C. Jill Stowe, PhD Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky American Horse Publications (AHP) conducted its third online nationwide equine industry survey from January 6, 2015, through April 1, 2015. The objectives of this survey are to gauge participation trends and management practices in the U.S. equine industry, to identify critical issues facing the equine industry as perceived by those who own or manage horses, and to better understand issues pertaining to horse health. Upon the conclusion of the survey, 11,307 responses were collected. After removing duplicates, respondents from outside the U.S., invalid zip codes, and non-horse owners or managers, there were 10,662 usable responses. Potential respondents were made aware of the survey through online and print notifications from AHP members as well as via social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter. The following pages will summarize the results from the six

main sections of the survey: respondent demographics, horse ownership, horsekeeping costs, issues facing the equine industry, and horse health care (including vaccination, deworming, and use of sedatives/tranquilizers). Demographics The first section of the survey collects information on respondent demographics. The survey sample is reasonably representative of the equine industry as a whole based on results from previous surveys. The 45-54 and 55-64 years age groups are most highly represented, accounting for 23.9% and 28.1% of the respondents, respectively. Overall, 63.1% of respondents are age 45+ with 92.6% of the respondents female. The distribution of responses geographically is somewhat uniform. The largest number of responses came from zip code region 9 (see below), which constitutes

14.5% of the responses; the smallest number of responses came from zip code region 0, which constitutes 7.4% of the responses. In terms of income, 49.2% of the survey participants had reported annual household incomes (before taxes) of less than $75,000; 13.2% of the respondents had annual household incomes of at least $150,000.   Region Zip Codes States 0 00000-09999 CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, RI, VT 1 10000-19999 DE, NY, PA 2 20000-29999 District of Co lumbia (DC), MD, NC, SC, VA, WV 3 30000-39999 AL, FL, GA, MS, TN 4 40000-49999 IN, KY, MI, OH 5 50000-59999 IA, MN, MT, ND, SD, WI 6 60000-69999 IL, KS, MO, NE 7 70000-79999 AR, LA, OK, TX 8 80000-89999 AZ, CO, ID, NM, NV, UT, WY 9 90000-99999 AK, CA, HI, OR, WA Horse Ownership The second section of the survey focuses on horse ownership as well as the ways in which respondents are involved with the horse industry, where 93.4% of the respondents indicate that they are horse owners, and 20.6% identify themselves as barn/ farm managers. Just under 62% indicate that they are pleasure riders, and

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33.9% indicate that they ride competitively. More than 15% of respondents indicate that they are riding instructors and/or horse trainers, and 12.8% report being breeders. Respondents were asked to identify the number of horses they owned and/or managed in four different age groups: foals (less than 1 year old), young horses (1-4 years old), mature horses (5-15 years old), and senior horses (16+ years old). Respondents in the survey own an average of 0.32 foals, 0.8 young horses, 3.6 mature horses, and 2.9 senior horses. A new question this year asked respondents to identify the number of horses they owned and/or managed which were currently idle, retired, or otherwise not working. Responds had an average of about 2 horses each that fell into this category. Another new question asked respondents to identify how they viewed their horses, with the following options: best friend, companion animal, employee, family member, investment, livestock animal, performance partner, and pet. Respondents were allowed to choose all options that ap-

plied. The most frequently chosen options was family member (67.4%), followed by companion animal (62.7%), performance partner (57.6%), and pet (52.9%). A smaller percentage of respondents viewed horses as an investment (22.4%), livestock animal (21.1%), and employee (7.8%). There did not seem to be any consistent trends when analyzing this perception of horses across age, income, or geographical region. A total of 21.7% of respondents indicate that at least one horse is insured, with the highest frequency of insured horses occurring in zip code region 0 (26.0%) and the lowest frequency occurring in zip code region 8 (18.5%). One of the objectives of this survey is to continue to understand, on a national level, how respondents’ participation with horses and in the horse industry has changed and how they expect it to change in the future. Initially, the focus is on trends in the number of horses owned and/or managed. Horses Owned/Managed When asked about the number of

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horses they currently own, 70.6% of the respondents indicate that it is the same as last year. About 13.7% of respondents own more horses than they did last year, and the remaining 15.7% own fewer horses than they did last year. This result may suggest continued increasing stability compared to the 2009-2010 and 2012 surveys. When considering their future expectations on horse ownership, 67.9% of respondents expect to own/manage the same number of horses next year. Of those who expect the number of horses owned/managed to change, 20.7% expect to own more horses in 2016, while 11.4% expect to own fewer horses. When considering the number of horses owned/managed geographically, the average number generally increases as one moves away from the coasts and toward the center of the U.S., with the average number of horses owned/managed peaking at 8.0 in zip code region 5. Furthermore, individuals in the highest income brackets ($150,000+) own more horses on average (7.7), while those with income in the $100,000 - $124,999 range own the least (5.9). Finally, the average


number of horses owned/managed by 25 – 34 and 35 – 44 year olds is highest (7.2 and 7.6, respectively) and by 18 – 24 year olds in lowest (5.6). Respondents in the top and bottom income categories reported a higher frequency of owning/managing more horses than they did in 2014 (15.1% and 14.3%, respectively), while respondents in the lowest income category were also most likely to own/ manage fewer horses than they did in 2014 (17.9%). However, those same respondents were most likely to expect to own/manage more horses in 2016 (23.9%). When analyzing the trends in horse ownership by age, some interesting results emerge. The frequency of owning/managing more horses in 2015 than in 2014 is decreasing by age category; 22.1% of respondents in the 18-24 age category report owning/ managing more horses in 2015 than in 2014, while only 7.6% of respondents in the 65+ age category report owning/managing more horses. This pattern is also consistent with expectations on horse ownership in 2016 where 36.2% of respondents in the 18-24 age category expect to own/ manage more horses in 2016 than they do this year, and this diminishes to 8.9% for respondents in the 65+ age category. Use of Horses In addition to identifying their involvement with the horse industry, survey participants were asked to identify all ways in which they used their horses. 71.7% of the respondents at least sometimes use their horses for pleasure/trail riding. After pleasure/ trail riding, the next most commonly identified “use” is idle, retired, or otherwise not working (29.4%), followed by dressage (27.5%). Using horses for lessons or training (24.9%) and natural horsemanship (22.3%) represent the other most frequently reported uses.

The use of horses depends on respondents’ geographic location. To briefly summarize the results, it appears that in general, many of the English disciplines are more highly represented towards the eastern side of the U.S., whereas many of the Western disciplines are more highly represented towards the western side of the U.S.

competitions. A little less than 20% of respondents indicate that they will reduce the number of horses they maintain. Partial leases are still not very attractive; less than 10% indicate that they might pursue cost-sharing measures like half-leases. These responses have changed little since the 2009-2010 study.

Horsekeeping Costs To obtain a better understanding of how increased costs have affected horse handlers, survey participants were asked to identify areas in which costs of horsekeeping had increased the most. In addition, they were asked to indicate potential ways in which they would accommodate any cost increases.

Issues Facing the Equine Industry A variety of issues pose challenges to the equine industry in the present and going forward. One objective of the current study is to gain a better understanding of how those who own and/ or manage horses perceive the various challenges; to this end, participants were asked to identify the top three issues facing the equine industry.

First, respondents were asked to identify up to three areas in which the costs associated with horsekeeping have increased the most in the past year, and 70.3% of the respondents (down from 81.8% in 2012) say that feed of all types, including hay and concentrate, has become more expensive. The increase in feed costs was identified as an issue significantly more often by individuals residing in zip code regions 3, 7, 8, and 9. In addition, 39.5% of the respondents indicate that veterinary services have increased the most in the past year. The third most commonly identified area of increased costs is animal health products (34.5%). In the previous two surveys, increased fuel costs were of major concern; however, the current survey suggests that falling gas prices have eased concerns in this area.

Nearly 54% of the respondents indicate that the problem of unwanted horses (and what to do with them) is one of the top three issues. The cost of horsekeeping (40.1%), overbreeding (34.5%), owners who don’t understand horses (32.6%), the loss of trails and riding areas (31.0%), and competition for open space from other agricultural commodity producers developers (27.0%) were the next most frequently identified issues. The top five issues identified remain the same from the 2012 survey. The importance of these issues sometimes depends on respondent demographics. Some of the identified trends are discussed below.

Owners and managers utilize different approaches to cope with expected increased costs. Most respondents (65.1%) indicate that they will reduce expenditures in other areas of their lives to cope with the increased horsekeeping costs; 26.2% of respondents will seek ways to increase income; while 26.1% of the respondents indicate that they plan on attending fewer 18 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015

The unwanted horse issue still appears to be equally relevant across the country, while in general, it appears that the cost of horsekeeping is of more concern to those on both coasts. Overbreeding and owners who don’t understand horses are identified as important issues roughly equally across the country. Loss of trails and riding areas is most salient to respondents residing in zip code regions 9 and 2. Competition for open space seems to be of more concern moving towards both coasts.


spondents; 45.4% of respondents do not vaccinate against leptospirosis, and 39.5% do not vaccinate against strangles. Deworming The second set of horse health questions focused on deworming. Respondents were first asked to identify the strategy they used when deworming their horses. Rotational deworming was the most common approach (55.3%), followed by fecal egg counts and deworming according to the results (38.2%), and daily deworming (3.0%). Only 1.1% of respondents report that they do not deworm their horses.

While disease outbreaks were not commonly identified as one the top three issues, those in zip code regions 5, 6, and 8 identify them as an issue about twice as often as those from other regions. The issue of horses going to slaughter appears to be of increasing concern going from west to east across the country. A related issue, not having the option of slaughter in the United States, is identified as a bigger concern in the western half of the United States, with the except of zip code region 9. Among some of the top 6 issues identified, there are also some interesting patterns in responses based on age of the respondents. The unwanted horse issue is of significantly more concern in respondents age 45+ than those under 45. As in the 2012 study, the youngest respondents are most concerned about overbreeding; this decreases across age categories. Also similar to the 2012 study, loss of trails and riding areas becomes of increasing concern as age increases; this same pattern exists in the closely-related issue of competition for open space. Horse Health Care Horse owners and managers are

most likely to make horse health care decisions themselves regardless of whether their horse is kept at home or boarded; they are about three times as likely to make the decisions themselves than to make health care decisions in combination with other professionals, such as barn/farm managers, trainers, and/or veterinarians. A change in the alternatives from the previous two surveys makes the responses difficult to compare. Vaccinations Nearly 75% of respondents indicate that their veterinarians are involved in determining their horses’ vaccination schedules. For West Nile Virus, Western and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis, Rabies, Equine Herpesvirus, and Equine Influenza, a majority of respondents vaccinate once a year (58% - 72%, depending on the vaccine). However, it is not uncommon for respondents to vaccinate against these diseases twice a year (about 20%), with the exception of rabies (only 3.6% of respondents vaccinate against rabies twice year). Very few respondents vaccinate their horses more than twice a year for any disease. Leptospirosis and strangles are not vaccinated against by as many re19 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015

About half of the respondents (48%) indicate that their veterinarian is involved in developing their horses’ deworming schedules; this result continues the increasing trend from 2012 (44.3%) and 2009-2010 (15.7%). Nearly 80% of respondents indicate that they are concerned about drug resistance in parasites; this figure is nearly identical to the 2012 survey. About 50% indicated that their veterinarian had recommended a fecal egg count; almost 54% had actually had a fecal egg count performed. Summary The 2015 AHP Equine Industry Survey follows the 2012 and 2009-2010 surveys. With results from three surveys now, it is possible to better understand participation trends and management practices in the U.S. equine industry, changes (if any) in which issues currently facing the equine industry are perceived as being most critical among those who own or manage horses, and to analyze issues pertaining to horse health. Five main results can be identified from this study, and they are outlined below. 1) A little over 70% of respondents own/manage the same number


of horses they did last year, suggesting a continued increase in stability in the number of horses compared to the previous two surveys. In addition, the proportion of respondents who expect to own or manage more horses in 2016 is a few points higher than the one-year forecast from the previous survey. 2) Based on results from the study, it appears that there is also stability in the number of competitions that respondents expect to attend this year and next. Similar to the 2012 survey, most of the increase in competitions is occurring among the younger age groups. 3) The relationship between humans and horses is complex. Respondents were most likely to view their

horses as family members, companion animals, performance partners, and/or best friends. This is perhaps cemented by the statistic that an estimated 1/3 of horses owned/managed by respondents are idle, retired, or otherwise not working. 4) Veterinarians play an integral role in horse health. They have a large influence in vaccination decisions, and it appears that their influence in deworming approaches may also be increasing; there was a slight but noticeable increase in the percentage of respondents who had a fecal egg count conducted. As in the 2009-2010 and 2012 surveys, the unwanted horse issue (and what to do with them) is still the most important issue facing the industry

today; however, the percentage of respondents identifying that issue has been declining (62.9% in 2009-2010, 55.8% in 2012, and 53.7% in 2015). The cost of horsekeeping and overbreeding continue to be important issues, but land-related issues, such as loss of riding areas and competition for open space, appear to be becoming increasingly more important compared to 2012. From the study, in terms or horse ownership and participation, it appears that the equine industry has stabilized in its recovery from the decline following the Great Recession of 2008-2009. There is some indication that respondents expect to be slightly more active in the future if economic conditions remain constant.


Rancho Milagro Yegua A fond farewell Having sold our farm, we say goodbye to an incredible chapter of our life. Relocated in the Houston area, we will still be involved in Arabian racing with a special few at the very best farms. I want to thank our clients, with a special thanks to Sam Vasquez, who entrusted the care and well being of their beautiful Arabians to us. Another big thank you to those very special friends who will continue my breeding and racing program- Sue and Jim Meyer, Sissy and Abel Borg, Lettie and Hendrik Smeding and an extra thank you to Jesse Davis for being willing to take on the "self appointed" keeper of the Falina Des Fabries legacy. Also thank you to those who gave a loving, forever home to my treasured retired "kids." There are no words to express what this industry and each of you have given to me. Success does not come from one - it takes a village. To all the breeders, trainers, riders, mentors, grooms, veterinarians, administration (Corliss Hazard), the organizations, supporters, and all I didn't mention - thank you for being my village. You have given me the best times of my life. I love you all.

Nancy Blewett


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Paddys Day Making a Statement Around the Country Scott and Lori Powell, Jim Schleimer, and Nicki Forbes Robinson, won the COBRA Sprint by 3 1/2 lengths over Ms Dixie, a three-time Darley Award winner, ridden by Karlo Lopez. “I wanted to see the showdown of those two,” Scott Powell said. “They were head and head, and I knew [Ms Dixie] could hang with him. I think [Paddys Day] has matured. He’s gone from a baby to an athlete.” The Powell-trained duo was 14 3/4 lengths clear of RB Rich in third place for jockey Erik McNeil and trainer Elizabeth Brand. Mark Powell’s So Big Is Better, the 2013 Darley Horse of the Year, was fourth ridden by jockey Michael Iammarino. The final time was 1:19.02. Photo by Coady Photography.

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Aurora, CO (June 22, 2015) – When Paddys Day took the lead in Sunday’s Jerry Partin COBRA Sprint Sponsored by Quarter Moon Ranch at Arapahoe Park, he also took the baton of Arabian racing in Colorado. The 4-year-old rising star ridden by Kelsi Purcell won the all-star Arabian showdown that also included champion mare Ms Dixie and horse of the year So Big Is Better in an accomplished field of eight. But Sunday’s race was not just about the future of Arabian racing. The Grade 3 $21,100 stakes race over six furlongs honored longtime trainer Jerry Partin, who was inducted into the Arabian Jockey Club Racing Hall of Fame and Tent of Honor in a ceremony held during the COBRA awards dinner at Arapahoe Park on Sunday evening. Paddys Day’s trainer, Scott Powell, credits Partin with launching his career when he was an assistant trainer for Partin. Sueade, an 18-time stakes winner in the United States and Canada, was also inducted. Paddys Day, who is owned by the Quarter Moon Ranch of

Paddys Day next represented Colorado and Arapahoe Park in the second leg of the Arabian Triple Jewel in the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup at Oak Tree at Pleasanton in Northern California on July 5. The Triple Jewel is being held for the first time this year. The series is part of the Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival. Jerry Partin trained Arabian racehorses and rode endurance races for over 40 years, and fellow trainers shared stories about him during Sunday evening’s ceremony. “He was very dedicated to the sport, to the Arabian,” said Dale Partin, who accepted the award on behalf of his father on Father’s Day. “That’s why this is a great honor.” Sueade’s owner, Roger Hoffort, flew to Colorado from Canada to receive the award for his star Arabian. “A great horse—just liked to run around,” Hoffort said. “He’d break with everybody, back off, come around, look them over, and beat them all.” Sueade set the standard that the young Paddys Day now hopes to match.

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The Arabian Jockey Club Tent of Honor and Racing Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. Top photo, Dale Partin (second from right) accepts on behalf of his father Jerry Partin. Bottom photo, owner Roger Hoffert accepts Sueade+/'s plaque from Brent Beeman.

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Next on the agenda for Paddys Day was the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Emerald Arabian Triple Jewel (G3) race, the second jewel of the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival’s newly-introduced Triple Jewel on Sunday, July 5, closing day at Pleasanton. Ridden by Kelsi Purcell, Paddys Day won the 6 furlong race and collected 8 points towards the $150,000 bonus. This win added to his second place finish in Houston gives him the lead with 15 points. Burning Fleet, winner of the first leg did not take part in this race, while Our Princess under Kirsten Swan picked up 6 points for a third place finish here behind runner-up Sand Victor. Our Princess also has five points from the Houston race giving her a total of 11. The points winner will be decided in the final leg to be held at Los Alamitos on September 19. Paddys Day's lifetime race record now stands at 2/9(7-10)3-1, $84,843. He was bred by current U.S. leading breeder Jane Teutsch, is owned by Quarter Moon Ranch LLC and trained by Scott Powell.

Burning Sand

San Lou Romirz

*Mirzaz Elsinore Rose

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Virgule Al Maury

Kesberoy Valse Du Cassou

Lore

Wiking MSA Zbritzka

Paddys Day

AK Loretta

Arapahoe Park Flies Flag for National Arabian Series By Jonathan Horowitz As states came together to celebrate America’s independence on the Fourth of July, Arapahoe Park joined other tracks in the country to host races in national series on Saturday. Pick Me had an American flag painted on her hip by groom Maranda Rose in honor of the Fourth of July and won the Wathba Stud Farm Cup at Arapahoe Park for Arabians. Pick Me, with Michael Iammarino aboard, drew off by 6 3/4 lengths in the 6-furlong, $10,800 Wathba Stud Farm Cup in a time of 1:25.55 as the even-money favorite in a field of seven. “I’m really happy with Pick Me,” owner and trainer Mark Powell said. “Everybody I talked to said the American flag looked nice for the Fourth of July.” Added Rose, Pick Me’s groom, “I practiced on about two or three horses to get it right. I wanted it to look a like an older, worn flag and so I sponged in the paint. I also used glitter and hairspray for Pick Me’s red tail.” The Wathba Stud Farm Cup is part of the His Highness Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival that features Arabian races in several series in 17 countries on six continents. 27 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


Sandee Martin Advances in the Ladies World Championship with Sand On Fire By Pamela Burton, www.horsereporter.com Horse Flat Racing Festival, Chairman of the International Federation of Horse Racing Academies (IFHRA), Chairman of Ladies & Apprentice Racing Committees in the International Federation of Arabian Horse Racing Authorities (IFAHR) and representatives of the US Arabian racing bodies attended the prize distribution ceremony. “We are as usual proud that the UAE is staging these important Arabian horse races to coincide with the American July 4 holidays, and the crowd today was a great testimony to the popularity of Arabian horses here in the US. Such events further strengthen the UAE-US ties,” HE Al Suboosi said.

The Scott Powell yard registered a grand double after Paddys Day‘s strong win in front of a large crowd when Sand On Fire (Burning Sand x BJ Zell) under US jockey Sandee Martin made the most of the late scratch of favorite Ms Dixie to win the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies World Championship race. Breeder of both winners, Jane Teutsch, was on hand to congratulate the trainer and jockeys. Sandee Martin, at 47, still showed a lot of fire as she urged Sand On Fire to come up with a late run to win the ladies race. “I am really looking forward to Abu Dhabi. I qualified last year and I always race to win, so I am hoping for a good horse in the final,” the American said after celebrating her win a day after the July 4th holiday. Ms Dixie reared in the starter’s box and subsequently was scratched by the vets and after that Martin came up with a searing run from the outside to score from One Hot Chick under Michala Kucharikova while My Vaz Is Hot under Celina Weber came third. Martin, who won a similar HH Sheikha Fatima Ladies race in Houston last year, will now join the Championship round with other winners of the Ladies’ series in the final on November 8 in Abu Dhabi. HE Abdulla Al Suboosi, UAE Consul General in Los Angeles along with Ms Lara Sawaya, Executive Director of the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian

“Today we have seen two lady jockeys win the two premier races of the Festival and that is great news. We are also very happy with the way the Triple Jewel for the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup is panning out. The final leg in Los Alamitos now promises to be an exciting finale to this series,” said Ms Sawaya. The HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival is sustained by the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority and coordinated by Abu Dhabi Sports Council in cooperation with Emirates Racing Authority, IFAHR, Emirates Arabian Horse Society, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare with The National Archives as the official partner and Emirates airline as the official carriers and sponsored by Invest AD, National Feed and Flour Production and Marketing Co. LLC, Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Al Awani General Enterprises, Kabale, Al Wathba Centre, the UAE’s General Women’s Union, the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Sports Academy, Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition 2015, Dr. Nader Saab Switzerland, Al Wathba Center, Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Eastern Mangroves Suites-Abu Dhabi by Jannah, Yas Channel, Omeir Travels, Racing Post and Laboratoires Fadia Karam Cosmetics.

Burning Sand

San Lou Romirz

*Mirzaz Elsinore Rose

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Brusally Orlen

*Orzel Brusally Czlena

Burzell

JAF Orphatyn Bur-Abba

Sand On Fire

B J Zell

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Sand Victor Claims the Arabian Racing Cup S. During Oak Tree at Pleasanton By Stephanie J. Corum

Photo by Vasser Photography.

The Arabian Racing Cup S., contested at Oak Tree in Pleasanton on June 21, is the first in a series of races the Cup is supporting in 2015. In addition to the $4,000 in sponsorship money that was added to the purse, the Cup presented Breeders Incentive payouts directly to the breeders of the first, second and third place finishers in the Arabian Racing Cup S. In the $14,000 added race, Sand Victor, owned by breeder Joe and Betty Gillis and trained by Osman Villalta, stalked the pacesetter along the inside, advanced to the front and then drew clear to win by 3 lengths over Ayers in second and Twice Rich in third. Both of these horses were owned by Warren Shelley and trained by his wife Helen Shelley. The final time for the 6 furlongs was a quick 1:19.58. The breeders of the top three finishers split $1,000 in Breeder Incentive awards. Congratulations to all the connections of these fine horses. It was paid as follows: 1st Sand Victor - $500 to breeder Joe and Betty Gillis 2nd Ayers - $300 to breeder Bill Waldron 3rd Twice Rich - $200 to breeder Felix Payne The other sponsored races for 2015 are: 1. Delaware Park Arabian Oaks (G2), $30,000 G, to be run July 11 at Delaware Park

2. Delaware Park Arabian Derby (G2), $30,000 G, to be run July18 at Delaware Park 3. Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Filly Championship (G3), $25,000, to be run August 22 at Delaware Park 4. Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Championship (G3), $25,000 G, to be run September 12 at Delaware Park 5. Arabian Racing Cup S., $20,000, to be run this fall at Los Alamitos Race Course The Arabian Racing Cup is a nonprofit corporation founded by Dr. Sam Harrison, originally chartered in 1983 and currently run by its Board of Stewards. The Cup is dedicated to the national and international promotion of breeding and racing purebred Arabian horses. For more information on the Arabian Racing Cup, visit www.arabingracingcup.com and “like” us on Facebook. Burning Sand

San Lou Romirz

*Mirzaz Elsinore Rose

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Baco Du Cassou

Cheri Bibi Nerva Du Cassou

Sand Victor

Vague De Gemme

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Vanda De Gemme Kesberoy Valse Du Cassou


RB Frynch Broad Narrowly Wins Delaware Park Arabian Distaff Oaks (G2) By Pamela Burton, www.horsereporter.com

Photos copyright Hooprints Inc.

The Delaware Park Arabian Distaff Oaks (Gr2), sponsored by Cre Run Enterprises once again pitted RB Frynch Broad, owned by Dianne Waldron of Rosebrook Farms, against All N All, owned by Cre-Run Enterprises. The race was for Arabian fillies aged 3 and 4 years going 1 1/16 miles. This was the third time for this head-to-head competition with All N All up two for two. However, on July 11 at Delaware Park, it was RB Frynch Broad under jockey Keiber Coa that came up with the win from the outside, running down her rival, All N All that had controlled the lead at the far turn. Taylors Touchof Class finished third. Cre-Run owner Deborah Mihaloff said,”It is starting to shape up that All N All and (RB) French Broad have now gone up against each other three times and All N All beat her twice, and she has now beat All N All. Each have a Grade 2 under their belts. The next race should be very exciting when they go up against each other.”

The Arabian Racing Cup Breeder's Incentive Bonus of $2,500 to the first 3 placed horses was dispersed as follows: 1st RB Frynch Broad – Bred by Dianne K Waldron. $1,000 2nd All N All - Bred by Alan Kirshner and Deborah Mihaloff, $800 3rd Taylors Touchof Class - Bred by Alan Kirshner and Deborah Mihaloff, $700

Madjani

Tidjani

Flipper Managhi

Salama

Sibawaih Gamra

Dormane

Manganate Mandore

Fryga

Wielki Raz *Filga

RB Frynch Broad

Frynch

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Jomar Torres Roman Qualifies for a Spot in the Apprentice Final with Win on Ayers Text and photos by Pamela Burton, www.horsereporter.com Jomar Torres Roman from Puerto Rico became the third Apprentice to qualify for the final of the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival’s 2015 HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship final to be held on November 8 in Abu Dhabi. Roman revealed excellent skills when he steered 9-year-old Ayers (Burning Sand x BW Ali Catt) to win by a neck from the Sam Vazquez-owned ES Mi Cielo in the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship race in Sacramento, California.

to keep Ayers ready and move him up towards the end. He did that and more!” The Puerto Rican now joins Australian Ben Thompson and Belgium’s Zoe Vande Velde with seven more races in the series before the final. “I am very happy that I won today and thanks all those who made this new champi-

Ayers had finished second in this race last year when outclassed by Sammy V. He has been a consistent performer in the Festival’s races but on Saturday the Burning Sand chestnut registered his 19th career win in 57 starts. Roman and Ayers were slow to start off and it was My Vaz Is Hot and Twice Rich that set the early place. Coming into the home stretch, Ayers was fourth behind Twice Rich, ES Mi Cielo and My Vaz Is Hot. Roman directed Ayers from the outside and with Twice Rich under Korean Jaechul Song and ES Mi Cielo under American Lauralea Glaser, the three battled it all the way to the finish. Roman and Ayers headed ES Mi Cielo by a neck with Twice Rich finishing third. The winning time for the sixfurlong distance was 1:17.96, which did not break Sammy V’s record of 1:17:40 of 2014. The winning trainer, Helen Shelley, said, “He’s a game rider. I told him

onship series for Apprentice jockeys possible. I am looking forward to the final in Abu Dhabi now,” Roman said. HE Abdulla Al Suboosi, UAE Consul General in Los Angeles, Adnan Sultan Al Nuaimi – Director General of Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Ms Lara Sawaya, Executive Director of the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival, Chairperson of the Inter31 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015

national Federation of Horse Racing Academies (IFHRA), Chairperson of Ladies & Apprentice Racing Committees in the International Federation of Arabian Horse Racing Authorities (IFAHR) and representatives of the US Arabian racing bodies attended the prize distribution ceremony. “The first three races in the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship series have been won by Apprentice jockeys from three different continents! We still have seven more races in this 2015 series and they will be held in Belgium, United Kingdom, Poland, Tatarstan, The Netherlands, France and Brazil,” said Ms Sawaya. The HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival is sustained by the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority and coordinated by Abu Dhabi Sports Council in cooperation with Emirates Racing Authority, IFAHR, Emirates Arabian Horse Society, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare with The National Archives as the official partner and Emirates airline as the official carriers and sponsored by Invest AD, National Feed and Flour Production and Marketing Co. LLC, Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Al Awani General Enterprises, Kabale, Al Wathba Centre, the UAE’s General Women’s Union, the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Sports Academy, Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition 2015, Dr. Nader Saab Switzerland, Al Wathba Center, Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Eastern Mangroves Suites-Abu Dhabi by Jannah, Yas Channel, Omeir Travels, Racing Post and Laboratoires Fadia Karam Cosmetics.


Royal Cavalry of Oman Maiden S. One-Two for USA in the UK Text and photos by Debbie Burt, www.equinecreativemedia.com

Mandolynn Hill Farm's Katonahotinroof MHF (left) defeated fellow U.S.-bred and owned Storm Troupour (right) by an impressive 15 lengths.

American owner-breeders filled the first two places in the Royal Cavalry of Oman Maiden Stakes over the straight mile at Newbury in the U.K., run as the first race on the high profile Weatherbys Super Sprint Day on July 18.

well upsides. He only had shake the reins at the furlong pole to accelerate away for an impressive 15 length victory ahead of Storm Troupour and Aurora Forta (whose dam is US bred too).

Kathy Smoke was delighted with her colt’s perforThe field was depleted when Secret Sentinel (Dormane mance. Though he had two starts in the US it was a x Serafina), one of two debutants in the race, refused whole new experience, no pony to post, smaller to load leaving eight runners to fight it out in front of stalls, no header and his first run on turf. He had only joined his trainer Stephane Leveque at the historic UK the packed stands. racing town of Newmarket in May and this was his Kathy and Paul Smoke’s Storm Troupour (Nivour De first ever runner, having previously worked with Cardonne x E S Ornetta) cut out the early running Arabian trainers Gillian Hay and Erwan Charpy, as well under Matt Johnson as the runners made their way as Godolphin’s Thoroughbred team. down the centre of the course. Oriental Myth (Madjani x Simooma) was up with the pace, with Aurora Forta This was also welcome birthday present for Michelle (Abu Alemarat x Bay Brulee) and Mandolynn Hill Morgan as her powerful colt had only been touched Farm’s Katonahotinroof MHF (Kaolino x Morning off by the shortest of heads on his seasonal reappearLyght) tucked in behind. ance the previous month. He had certainly come on for the run and trainer Bill Smith expects he will now At the halfway point Storm Troupour had extended line up over the same course and distance on the UK’s his lead by two lengths as Oriental Myth started to season highlight, Dubai International Arabian Races, fade and drift taking Katonahotinroof MHF who was eight days later. Another bonus for Mandolyn Hill stalking her, over to the rail. With two furlongs to go Farm is that they stand both sires – Nivour De Matt Johnson was getting to work on Storm Troupour Cardonne and Kaolino on behalf of Shadwell Arabian but Walker on Katonahotinroof MHF was travelling Stallions. 32 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


A ra b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of July 4, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Leading Runners

HORSE'S NAME SIRE X DAM RACE O WNER RECORD EARNINGS 3 YEAR OLD COLTS AND GELDINGS 1 RB MADJYK MAN MADJANI x FRYNCH WALDRON DIANNE K 4(0-3-1) 2 RV MOULINS MONARCH MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE VICKERS EVELYN 2(1-0-0) 3 RB BURN MAJD AL ARAB x BURNIE GEE PW ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 1(1-0-0) 4 HIGHH AKTIVITY AKIM DE DUCOR x ALLA MASQUERADE LEMMONS PAUL AND DEBRA 1(0-1-0) 3 YEAR OLD FILLIES 1 RV BINT ROUGE

MOULIN ROUGE MAF x BINT BASKETTE VICKERS EVELYN 2(0-0-1)

$6,160 $3,456 $3,180 $2,160 $680

4 YEAR OLD COLTS AND GELDINGS 1 PADDYS DAY BURNING SAND x AK LORETTA QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 4(3-1-0)2-1 $39,055 2 ES MI CIELO BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT VASQUEZ SAM 7(2-0-2)0-1 $15,470 3 SAND VICTOR BURNING SAND x VAGUE DE GEMME GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 4(1-0-1)1-0 $10,447 4 MEGA HORSE OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET x VERONIQUE RUVALCABA RAFAEL 3(1-2-0) $8,770 5 LAZUR HESS DAHESS x RZOE LUTE ASHBY MARK J 3(0-1-1)0-1 $8,210 6 DESERT HONOUR NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ANNAS DESERT ROSE RICHARDS STEVEN 2(1-1-0) $8,000 7 CR ARDIENTE BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL VASQUEZ SAM 2(2-0-0) $6,480 8 FEARSOME THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE RIGBIE FARM 1(1-0-0) $6,000 9 AKAI BBF KAOLINO x ADULATION SENSKEE ANDY AND TEBOE ELLEN 2(1-0-1) $5,295 10 CRIMINETLY DUDE BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI RUNNING B STABLES 2(1-1-0) $4,640 4 YEAR OLD FILLIES 1 RB FRYNCH BROAD 2 ALL N ALL 3 TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS 4 THROUGHLEAP 5 IVORY SHORES 6 CHARICH 7 HESSTER 8 CALLAMITTY JANE 9 SANDICHEEKS 10 RB RICH KIN

MADJANI x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 5(3-1-0)1-1 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 3(1-2-0)1-2 DAHESS x TOPPOFTHECLASS KLAUS PHILIP 3(1-1-1)0-1 THOROUGHBRED x A NOBLE LEAP HENNINGSGARD KRISTA 7(0-2-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x FRENCH SHORES POWELL MARK 3(1-0-1)0-1 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM REYNOLDS JEREMY 3(1-0-1) DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE MARK POWELL 4(1-2-0) LZP JERRYZELL x LZP LEGACY JANE QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 5(1-0-2) BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 6(1-1-1) TH RICHIE x GINKGA VAUGHN DEREK 5(0-0-2)0-1

$33,795 $27,945 $11,800 $10,614 $8,920 $8,725 $8,000 $6,850 $6,691 $5,645

OLDER HORSES 1 BURNING FLEET 2 QUICK AND RICH 3 RB RICH 4 CHNDAKAEXPRESS 5 DJETS SON 6 ITS A HEMI 7 RB BRILLIANT 8 BEE VEE BEE 9 WMA FRONTTIER 10 SO BIG IS BETTER

BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 1(1-0-0)1-0 TH RICHIE x QUICK NOON FRITZ TOM 4(2-1-1)0-1 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE FORD GARRETT 5(1-1-2)0-1) CHNDAKA x GRAND MASQUERADE WILSON ED 4(1-1-1) DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 5(1-0-0) NASSEM DE BLAZIET x BRISTOL BREEZE RUVALCABA RAFAEL 2(1-0-1) BURNING SAND x AMMANTE FORD GARRETT 1(1-0-0) CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK MANDOLYNN HILL FARM 3(1-1-1) THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS RUBIO CARLOS 6(1-0-0) BURNING SAND x WW MIRROR IMAGE POWELL MARK 3(0-1-0)

$30,840 $26,354 $14,071 $7,168 $5,475 $5,415 $4,680 $4,648 $4,020 $3,428

OLDER MARES 1 SAND ON FIRE 2 MS DIXIE 3 OUR PRINCESS 4 PICK ME 5 RB CANTATA 6 ONE HOT CHICK 7 MY VAZ IS HOT 8 BELL SOUTH 9 SOUL SISSTER 10 BABY GRAND CS

BURNING SAND x B J ZELL TEUTSCH JANE 5(2-1-1)2-1 BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 4(2-1-0)1-1 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x MONARCHS PRINCESS CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 2(1-0-0) DORMANE x SHALL WE DANCE BW POWELL MARK 5(1-2-0) CALIN DU LOUP x FRAYNCE SMEDING LETTIE 3(2-0-0) BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI SHELLEY WARREN 2(0-1-0)0-1 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL VASQUEZ SAM 4(0-0-1)0-1 AIM SOUTH x HALIANNA LYNN VALERIE 9(1-2-1) DORMANE x TIKIS FRENCH KISS QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 8(1-1-2) KADOR DE BLAZIET x BABY O DELEON RITA 10(1-0-3)

$46,360 $21,540 $13,884 $9,461 $8,080 $7,180 $7,058 $6,921 $6,691 $6,181

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Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of July 4, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Leading Sires

SIRE/YOB 1 BURNING SAND 1986 2 TH RICHIE 2001 3 DAHESS 1999 4 MADJANI 2000 5 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE 1995 6 THOROUGHBRED 2002 7 DORMANE 1984 8 CHNDAKA 1990 9 THE KENTUCKIAN 2001 10 OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET 2002

STRS 27 11 8 3 4 2 3 3 5 1

WNRS/ WINS 12/18 3/4 3/3 1/3 2/2 1/1 2/2 2/2 1/1 1/1

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 5/7 $236,465 SAND ON FIRE/$46,360 0/0 $69,133 QUICK AND RICH/$26,354 1/1 $61,174 ALL N ALL/$27,945 1/1 $41,340 RB FRENCH BROAD/$33,795 0/0 $25,642 OUR PRINCESS/$13,884 0/0 $16,614 THOROUGHLEAP/$10,614 0/0 $16,252 PICK ME/$9,461 0/0 $12,796 CHNDAKASEXPRESS/$7,168 0/0 $11,197 WMA FRONTTIER/$4,020 0/0 $8,770 MEGA HORSE/$8,770

Leading Dams DAM/YOB/SIRE STRS 1 B J ZELL 2001 (BRUSALLY ORLEN) 1 2 FRYNCH 2000 (DORMANE) 2 3 AK LORETTA 2004 (VIRGULE AL MAURY) 1 4 ANGEL PROOF 2003 (NF PROOF) 1 5 ALL TU SEXY 1999 (TRON KU TU) 1 6 QUICK NOON 2001 (HIGHNOON ECLIPSE) 1 7 DIXIE DARLENE 1994 (WIKING) 1 8 ROYALE FANFARE 1996 (MONARCH AH) 2 9 HEAVEN KAN WAIT 1998 (VIRGULE AL MAURY) 2 10 MONARCH PRINCESS 1994 (MONARCH AH) 1

WNRS/ WINS 1/2 1/3 1/3 1/1 1/1 1/2 1/2 1/1 1/2 1/1

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 1/2 $46,360 SAND ON FIRE/$46,360 1/1 $39,955 RB FRYNCH BROAD/$33,795 1/2 $39,055 PADDYS DAY/$39,055 1/1 $30,840 BURNING FLEET/$30,840 1/1 $27,945 ALL N ALL/$27,945 0/0 $26,354 QUICK AND RICH/$26,354 1/1 $21,540 MS DIXIE/$21,540 0/0 $16,014 TH RICHIE/$14,071 0/0 $15,470 ES MI CIELO/$15,470 0/0 $13,884 OUR PRINCESS/$13,884

Leading Broodmare Sires BROODMARE SIRE/YOB 1 VIRGULE AL MAURY 1989 2 MONARCH AH 1987 3 DORMANE 1984 4 WIKING 1979 5 BRUSALLY ORLEN 1981 6 NF PROOF 1985 7 TRON KU TU 1990 8 HIGHNOON ECLIPSE 1994 9 PATRIOT MISSLE 1991 10 LINE DANCER 1996

PRODUCING DAUGTHERS STARTERS 45 11 104 17 112 4 142 11 13 1 34 3 4 2 1 1 12 5 7 4

WNRS/ SW/ WINS WINS EARNINGS 4/7 1/2 $78,889 6/7 0/0 $73,932 3/6 1/1 $33,795 3/4 1/1 $46,691 1/2 1/2 $46,360 1/1 1/1 $32,945 1/1 1/1 $29,330 1/2 0/0 $26,354 1/1 0/0 $22,937 2/2 0/0 $18,294

Copyright 2015 Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. and Equibase Companyy LLC. All rights reserved. Reports may not be reprinted for distribution or publication without express written permission of the Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. Data provided or compiled by Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. and Equibase Company LLC generally are accurate but occasionally errors and omissions occur as a result of incorrect data received from others, mistakes in processing and other causes. Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. and Equibase Company LLC, disclaim responsibility for the consequences, if any, of such errors, but would appreciate having them bring called to their attention. 35 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of July 4, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Leading Owners

NAME RECORD 1 QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 32(9-4-5)3-2 2 CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 11(2-2-0)1-2 3 GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 5(2-0-1)2-0 4 ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 9(4-2-1)1-1 5 POWELL MARK 24(3-5-1)0-1 6 VASQUEZ SAM 20(4-0-4)0-2 7 FRITZ TOM 4(2-1-1)0-1 8 POWELL LORI 3(1-1-1)1-1 9 FORD GARRETT 16(2-1-4)0-1 10 TEUTSCH JANE 2(1-0-0)1-0

EARNINGS $86,950 $44,618 $41,287 $40,450 $32,299 $31,403 $26,354 $26,020 $25,334 $20,340

Leading Trainers

NAME RECORD 1 POWELL SCOTT 42(11-6-6)5-3 2 ASHBY LYNN 24(5-7-4)1-4 3 TORREZ JERENESTO 20(3-5-3)1-2 4 BRAND ELIZABETH 43(5-4-8)0-1 5 POWELL MARK 24(3-5-1)0-1 6 LAFLEUR RENEE 21(4-0-4)0-2 7 NUNLEY RANDY 7(2-1-2)0-1 8 SMITH GUY 9(1-2-3)1-0 9 SHELLEY HELEN 12(2-4-1)0-3 10 DANYLUK KEN 37(2-5-3)

EARNINGS $135,636 $90,284 $60,990 $47,698 $32,299 $30,098 $28,479 $27,525 $24,157 $20,980

Leading Breeders

NAME RECORD 1 JANE TEUTSCH 23(6-3-2)4-2 2 DIANNE K WALDRON 36(8-5-7)1-3 3 ALAN KIRSHNER OR DEBORAH MIHALOFF 24(4-6-2)1-3 4 JOSEPH OR BETTY GILLIS 10(4-0-2)2-1 5 BILL WALDRON 27(5-8-1) 6 L TODD MOAK 28(3-5-4)0-2 7 TOM FRITZ 6(2-1-1)0-1 8 SAM VASQUEZ 20(2-1-3)0-1 9 MARK ASHBY 12(0-3-2) 10 NICOLE R HOLST 6(3-2-1)

EARNINGS $97,138 $83,634 $76,059 $54,152 $50,285 $37,203 $27,444 $21,070 $19,074 $17,625

Leading Jockeys

NAME RECORD 1 VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO 10(3-2-1)1-1 2 SWAN KIRSTEN 9(3-1-1)1-1 3 PURCELL KELSI 4(2-1-0)2-1 4 LOPEZ KARLO 13(4-2-4)1-1 5 MCNEIL ERIK 17(5-1-2)0-1 6 IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP 14(3-3-1)0-1 7 COA KEIBER 4(1-1-2)1-0 8 CEDENO CAROL 5(2-1-0) 9 CHIAPPE RICARDO 8(2-2-1) 10 MARTIN SANDEE 2(1-0-0)1-0

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EARNINGS $47,300 $41,934 $36,227 $34,665 $28,284 $27,127 $23,025 $21,125 $20,630 $20,450


2015 Ru n n e rs as of July 4, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. HORSE'S NAME A LADYS MAN A ONE ABBOTT AKAI BBF ALL N ALL ALPHAA AMAZING CHERI MHF AYERS BABY GRAND CS BARKODE PW BELL SOUTH BEE VEE BEE BELL SOUTH BLAZING WINGS BURNING FLEET BURNING RAINE BY GOLLY ITS HOT CALLAMITTY JANE CHARICH CHNDAKAEXPRESS CR ARDIENTE CRIMINETLY DUDE CZARS GYPSY STORM DAHMAS MISCHIEF MHF DARTYN KRISS SWA DC WILLEYS SONG DESERT HONOUR DHAAN DJETS SON DJS DOUBLE O SEVEN DOC HOLIDDAY DORMANES FANTASY CS DREAM PEARL ENORA BBF ES MI CIELO FASTANDFURIOUS FEARSOME FLEUR CHERIE FLEUR DAMOUR GET R DONE GOLLY BRAEBRAE GOLLY ZANDS HESSTER HIGHH AKTIVITY HOT LAVA IBN MOULIN ROUGE IN X HESS ITS A HEMI IVORY SHORES KELLORA SWA KOUNT CZESTER SWA LAZUR HESS MEGA HORSE MICCAH MISS PARADISE MS DIXIE MY CHARADE MY KALIBER MY LARAMIE MY THUNDER BOLT MY VAZ IS HOT

SIRE X DAM SEX R ECORD EARNINGS NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x PTF LADY WIKING g 1(0-1-0) $2,700 NOBLE HOUSE x TIKING AWAY c 2(0-0-1) $1,400 ALA CROIXNOIRE x SHES THE MOST g 2(0-0-0) $174 KAOLINO x ADULATION c 2(1-0-1) $5,295 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY f 3(1-2-0)1-2 $27,945 NOBLE HOUSE x THEATRE f 1(0-0-0) $125 AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-0) $87 BURNING SAND x BW ALI CATT c 1(0-1-0)0-1 $2,850 KADOR DE BLAZIET x BABY O f 10(1-0-3) $6,181 BARKON x PEACHES FPA c 1(0-0-0) $300 AIM SOUTH x HALIANNA f 9(1-2-1) $6,921 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(1-1-1) $4,648 AIM SOUTH x HALIANNA f 4(0-0-1) $1,060 KADOR DE BLAZIET x ZANS LITTLE WING f 1(0-1-0) $1,058 BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF f 1(1-0-0)1-0 $30,840 BURNING SAND x PS KITTIES SAGE c 2(0-1-0) $1,486 BURNING SAND x GOLLY GAL g 1(0-0-0) $330 LZP JERRYZELL x LZP LEGACY JANE f 5(1-0-2) $6,850 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM f 3(1-0-1) $8,725 CHNDAKA x GRAND MASQUERADE c 4(1-1-1) $7,168 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL c 2(2-0-0) $6,480 BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI c 2(1-1-0) $4,640 NAZHAR DE BLAZIET x BINT CZUBUTHAN KU f 4(0-0-0) $2,093 SUDDEN MISCHIEF x EL DAHMA OKBA f 1(0-0-0) $87 KD KALHOUN x TRISS f 7(0-0-0) $1,110 DORAN SBFAR x WIBWILCCA f 1(0-0-0) $100 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ANNAS DESERT ROSE c 2(1-1-0) $8,000 BURNING SAND x QUEEN KONG f 3(0-1-1) $2,950 DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN c 5(1-0-0) $5,475 DOUBLE DJEOPARDY x PROOFS PRIMAVERA c 1(0-1-0) $1,675 BURNING SAND x SAMMI DU LOUP g 2(0-0-0) $1,083 DORMANE x FANTASIA CS f 2(0-0-0) $100 BURNING SAND x TRIUMPHS PEARL f 1(1-0-0) $3,515 KAOLINO x ENDORA BBF f 1(0-0-0) $0 BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT c 7(2-0-2)0-1 $1,470 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(0-0-1) $980 THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE c 1(1-0-0) $6,000 D ARTAGNAN KS x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-1) $580 GOREC x SHIPPEY LANE f 3(1-0-0) $5,000 VIRGULE AL MAURY x RENA LARA g 1(0-0-0) $700 BY GOLLY SAND x MISS PHILLY g 2(0-0-0) $667 BY GOLLY SAND x ZANS LITTLE WING f 4(0-0-1) $2,295 DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE f 4(1-2-0) $8,000 AKIM DE DUCOR x ALLA MASUERADE c 1(0-1-0) $2,160 FALINA DES FABRIES x MILADY COLEEN g 1(0-0-0) $390 MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE c 1(0-1-0) $1,160 DAHESS x EASTER IA c 2(0-0-0) $684 NASSEM DE BLAZIET x BRISTOL BREEZE c 2(1-0-1) $5,415 BURNING SAND x FRENCH SHORES f 3(1-0-1)0-1 $8,920 KAN YOU RUN x FMR OZARK EKLIPSE f 1(0-0-0) $100 KAN YOU RUN x FMR OZARK EKLIPSE c 6(0-0-0) $590 DAHESS x RZOE LUTE c 3(0-1-1)0-1 $8,210 OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET x VERONIQUE c 3(1-2-0) $8,770 DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN c 1(0-0-0) $58 PARADOR x NOVELYNN f 2(0-0-0) $1,435 BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE f 4(2-1-0)1-1 $21,540 THE LAST DANSE x HERE KITTY KITTY f 1(0-0-0) $176 KADOR DE BLAZIET x SOUTHERN STYLE g 1(0-0-0) $190 THE LAST DANSE x SOUTHERN STYLE g 1(0-0-0) $176 THE LAST DANSE x FRENCH TWIST c 5(0-1-2) $2,838 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL f 4(0-0-1)0-1 $7,058

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HORSE'S NAME MYSTERY BURN NIVOURS ROMANCE OLIWIA OMAN WHATA KISS ONE HOT CHICK ONYEWU OUR PRINCESS OUT RAGEHESS PADDYS DAY PICK ME PRINCESS NOELLE QUICK AND RICH QUICK SAND SUZIE R-KIDD RAINEING SAND RB BRILLIANT RB BURN RB BURN BABY BURN RB CANTATA RB DJUDGE DJUDY RB FRYNCH BROAD RB MADJYK MAN RB RICH RB RICH KIN RB SO RICH RICH QUEENIE RICHLY KEPT ROYAL RICHESS RV BINT ROUGE RV GRANDE ROUGE RV MOULINS MONARCH RV ROULETTE SAMMY V SAND ON FIRE SAND VICTOR SANDICHEEKS SERGEANT PEPPER MHF SO BIG IS BETTER SOUL SISSTER SOUTHERLAND SPECIAL P SUMMER REIGN CS TA MY VIRGULE TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS TELLA MACHINE THESS IS AWESOME THROUGHLEAP TM ALYNN RENE TM ITS JUST ARIDE TM MADDAMEE TRUE GRIT SA TWICE RICH TU FOR THE MONEY WHADDA QT WILMA CS WMA DESTINATION WMA FRONTTIER WMA KINGDOM COME WMA SANDPAINTING WMA SANDSTORM ZELLS BELLS ZELLS FOLLIES

SIRE X DAM SEX RECORD EARNINGS BURNING SAND x TRI SUPERGIRL f 1(0-0-0) $430 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x LEGAL ROMANCE f 1(0-1-0) $1,058 LAH DEE DAH x ORIWIA f 2(0-0-0) $100 OMAN DE BLAZIET x JEST WON KISS f 2(0-0-0) $250 BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI f 2(0-1-0)0-1 $7,180 LINE DANCER x CLEARLY CLASSIC c 1(0-0-0) $116 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x MONARCHS PRINCESS f 2(1-0-0) $13,884 DAHESS x RUBIE ROSE g 2(0-0-0) $900 BURNING SAND x AK LORETTA c 4(3-1-0)2-1 $39,055 DORMANE x SHALL WE DANCE PW f 5(1-2-0) $9,461 AKIM DE DUCOR x JESSYS PRINCESS f 2(0-0-0) $100 TH RICHIE x QUICK NOON c 4(2-1-1)0-1 $26,354 SAND TIKI SPECIAL x EDEE ROSE f 1(1-0-0) $3,440 R-KON x PATRIOT GAMES c 2(0-1-0) $2,810 BURNING SAND x PS STINAS SAGE c 1(0-1-0) $1,310 BURNING SAND x AMMANTE c 1(1-0-0) $4,680 MAJD AL ARAB x BURNIE GEE PW c 1(1-0-0) $3,180 TH RICHIE x BURNING FIRESTAR f 2(0-0-0) $1,440 CALIN DU LOUP x FRAYNCE f 3(2-0-0) $8,080 TH RICHIE x DJENUINE f 6(0-0-2) $3,836 MADJANI x FRYNCH f 5(3-1-0)1-1 $33,795 MADJANI x FRYNCH c 4(0-3-1) $6,160 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE c 5(1-1-2)0-1 $14,071 TH RICHIE x GINKGA f 5(0-0-2)0-1 $5,645 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE c 2(0-0-0) $1,943 TH RICHIE x GIZMOSON FIRE f 1(0-0-0) $100 TH RICHIE x DJENZEL f 1(0-0-0) $174 THE RICHIE x ROYAL ATHEENA f 2(0-1-1) $4,485 MOULIN ROUGE MAF x BINT ASKETTE f 2(0-0-1) $680 MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE c 3(0-1-1) $1,725 MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE c 2(1-0-0) $3,456 MOULIN ROUGHE MAF x BINT BASKETTE f 1(0-0-0) $100 BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT c 1(0-0-0) $0 BURNING SAND x B J ZELL f 5(2-1-1)2-1 $46,360 BURNING SAND x VAGUE DE GEMME c 4(1-0-1)1-0 $10,447 BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS f 6(1-1-1) $6,691 AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE g 3(1-0-0) $3,280 BURNING SAND x WW MIRROR IMAGE c 3(0-1-0) $3,428 DORMANE x TIKIS FRENCH KISS f 8(1-1-2) $6,691 AIM SOUTH x NOVELYNN c 2(0-0-0) $78 NO LIMITE x DACETHENIGHTAWAY MKP f 1(0-0-0) $75 KADOR DE BLAZIET x REIGN DANCE PW f 1(0-0-0) $100 VIRGULE AL MAURY x MY EVANGELINE c 4(0-0-0) $683 DAHESS x TOPPOTHECLASS f 3(1-1-1)0-1 $11,800 OUR MACHINE x DONNATELLAA c 3(0-0-0) $1,325 DAHESS x IN AWE c 2(0-0-0) $1,205 THOROUGHBRED x A NOBLE LEAP f 7(0-2-1)0-1 $10,614 BURNING SAND x SPILLED PERFUME f 5(0-0-1) $1,770 BURNING SAND x KALDONIA f 7(0-1-1) $3,395 BURNING SAND x SCARLET O SARA f 3(0-1-0) $3,730 BURNING SAND x DUNOIRE c 2(0-0-0) $722 TH RICHIE x VIRTEUCE g 2(0-0-1) $1,730 MADJANI x TU FOR ALL c 4(0-0-0) $2,195 NO LIMITE x RCF MAID MYDAY f 1(0-0-0) $491 DJET SET DE FALGAS x WILLMA CS f 3(0-0-0) $548 THE KENTUCKIAN x DESTTINEE c 4(0-0-1) $903 THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS c 6(1-0-0) $4,020 THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS c 9(0-0-2) $3,894 THE KENTUCKIAN x PASTELLE RIBBONS g 2(0-1-1) $2,280 THE KENTUCKIAN x SCARLET MRV c 1(0-0-0) $100 S W ZELL x BONITA LORENA c 4(0-1-0) $3,609 S W ZELL x FOLLIES BERGERE f 1(0-0-0) $87

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2015 Rac e Ch arts

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club.

Arapahoe Park ARAPAHOE PARK - June 06, 2015 - Race 2 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $7,500 Value of Race: $7,500 1st $4,500, 2nd $1,500, 3rd $750, 4th $450, 5th $225, 6th $75 Track: GOOD Last Raced 4 6 09Apr15 HOU*USA 6 9 24May15 ARP*USA 3 1 25May15 ARP*USA 5 6 23May15 ARP*USA 1 5 16Apr15 HOU*USA 1 4 08Nov14 RET*USA

PP 6 4 5 1 2 3

Horse Name (Jockey) FLEUR DAMOUR (MCNEIL ERIK) SANDICHEEKS (LOPEZ KARLO) BABY GRAND CS (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) TM ITS JUST ARIDE (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) DARTYN KRISS SWA (PRADO EFREN) SPECIAL P (FRENCH DON)

Fractional Times: 24.87 51.95 1:06.86 Split Times: (27.08) (14.91) (16.26)

Wgt 124 124 124 119 124 124

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 1 2 3 6 4 5

1/4 Head 1 2 1/2 2 2 4 1/2 5 1/2 3 6

1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 1 Head 3 4 1/2 5 2 4 6

Str 1/2 2 Head 1 3 3 Head 4 14 5 6

Fin 1 1/4 1 1 3/4 2 1/4 3 6 4 14 3/4 5 6

Odds 12.60 * 1.70 3.20 7.60 5.20 2.40

Final Time: 1:23.12

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 13, 2015 - Race 5 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $8,700 Value of Race: $8,700 1st $4,350, 2nd $1,740, 3rd $957, 4th $609, 5th $435, 6th $261, 7th $174, 8th $174 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 2 07Mar15 HOU*USA 9 11 07Mar15 HOU*USA 6 2 24May15 ARP*USA 6 7 24May15 ARP*USA 6 4 24May15 ARP*USA 6 5 24May15 ARP*USA 4 5 29Jul12 ARP*USA 6 6 24May15 ARP*USA

PP 2 6 7 5 4 3 1 8

Horse Name (Jockey) PADDYS DAY (LOPEZ KARLO) SO BIG IS BETTER (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) RB RICH (MCNEIL ERIK) DJETS SON (WALES TRAVIS) ZELLS BELLS (AGUILAR RICHARD) DOC HOLIDDAY (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) ABBOTT (AGUILAR DANIEL) TRUE GRIT SA (FRENCH DON)

Fractional Times: 24.92 50.66 1:04.32 Split Times: (25.74) (13.66) (14.48)

Winner: FLEUR DAMOUR, BAY MARE, by GOREC out of SHIPPEY LANE, by HAFFIR EL RIMAL. Foaled Apr 27, 2010 in OKLAHOMA. Breeder: MANDOLYNN HILL FARM Winning Owner: HUGHES DENNIS AND PAULETTE

Wgt 124 124 124 124 124 119 124 124

Start 5 3 4 1 8 7 6 2

1/4 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1 7 1/2 1 Head 5 8 1 6 1/2 4

Arabian Jockey Club

1/2 2 1/2 1 3 1/2 3 2 1/2 6 1/2 2 2 4 8 1 1/2 7 Head 5

Str 4 1 3 2 2 4 2 3 5 1/2 5 8 Head 7 Head 6

Fin 10 1/4 1 3 1/4 2 6 3 1 4 12 5 Head 6 2 3/4 7 8

Odds * 0.30 7.10 6.30 18.30 23.40 15.70 20.70 18.60

Final Time: 1:18.80

Trainers:

6 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 4 - POWELL SCOTT; 5 - DANYLUK KEN; 1 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 2 - DANYLUK KEN; 3 - POWELL MARK

Winner: PADDYS DAY, BAY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of AK LORETTA, by VIRGULE AL MAURY. Foaled Mar 17, 2011 in TEXAS. Breeder: JANE R TEUTSCH Winning Owner: QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC

Owners:

6 - HUGHES DENNIS AND PAULETTE; 4 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 5 - DELEON RITA; 1 - GLOSSER BILLIE; 2 - WETZEL JAMES L JR; 3 - POWELL MARK

Trainers:

2 - POWELL SCOTT; 6 - POWELL MARK; 7 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 5 - POWELL SCOTT; 4 - KULOW MARK; 3 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 1 KULOW MARK; 8 - POWELL MARK

Owners:

2 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 6 - POWELL MARK; 7 - FORD GARRETT; 5 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 4 - KULOW JACQUELINE; 3 - LEMMONS DEBRA; 1 - KULOW JACQUELINE; 8 - POWELL MARK

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 07, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $5,800 Value of Race: $5,800 1st $3,480, 2nd $1,160, 3rd $580, 4th $348, 5th $116, 6th $58, 7th $58 Track: GOOD Last Raced 3 3 25May15 ARP*USA 3 3 13Sep14 LA*USA --3 4 25May15 ARP*USA --1 7 09Apr15 HOU*USA ---

PP 2 3 1 7 5 4 6

Horse Name (Jockey) SOUL SISSTER (LOPEZ KARLO) CRIMINETLY DUDE (MCNEIL ERIK) GOLLY ZANDS (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) PICK ME (LUARK MIKE T) ONYEWU (BRIDGES KELLY) KOUNT CZESTER SWA (PRADO EFREN) MICCAH (AGUILAR RICHARD)

Fractional Times: 25.17 52.66 1:07.71 Split Times: (27.49) (15.05) (15.92)

Wgt 119 121 119 119 124 124 123

Start 4 5 7 1 2 6 3

Arabian Jockey Club

1/4 1 1/2 3 1 1/2 2 7 2 5 1/2 6 1/2 4 Head 1

1/2 1/2 1 3 2 2 1/2 5 4 4 7 1 6 1 3

Str 5 1 8 2 2 4 1/2 3 Head 5 7 2 6

Fin 23 1 1 1/4 2 3 3/4 3 1 1/2 4 4 1/4 5 2 1/2 6 7

Odds 4.80 * 2.20 4.30 4.60 3.70 13.80 8.30

Final Time: 1:23.63

Trainers:

2 - POWELL SCOTT; 3 - BEEMAN BRENT; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 7 - POWELL MARK; 5 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 4 - DANYLUK KEN; 6 KULOW MARK

Owners:

2 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 3 - RUNNING B STABLES; 1 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 7 - POWELL MARK; 5 - WOODS DANIEL OR EVERETTA; 4 - WETZEL JAMES L JR; 6 - KULOW JACQUELINE

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 12, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $5,800 Value of Race: $5,800 1st $3,480, 2nd $1,160, 3rd $580, 4th $348, 5th $174, 6th $58 Track: SLOPPY PP 2 1 3 6 5 4

Horse Name (Jockey) BELL SOUTH (BRIDGES KELLY) PICK ME (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) RV BINT ROUGE (PRADO EFREN) WILMA CS (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) GOLLY ZANDS (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) TM ALYNN RENE (MCNEIL ERIK)

Fractional Times: 25.03 53.09 1:08.68 Split Times: (28.06) (15.59) (16.48)

Wgt 124 124 120 119 124 124

Start 2 6 1 4 5 3

PP 1 4 3 6 2 7 5

Horse Name (Jockey) MS DIXIE (LOPEZ KARLO) SAND ON FIRE (WALES TRAVIS) IVORY SHORES (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) TM MADDAMEE (BRIDGES KELLY) MY VAZ IS HOT (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) ZELLS FOLLIES (AGUILAR RICHARD) MISS PARADISE (FRENCH DON)

1/2 2 1 4 1/2 3 1/2 2 1/2 5 6 1 4

Str 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 3 Head 2 5 4 7 5 6

Fin 1 1/4 1 Nose 2 1 1/4 3 12 4 24 1/4 5 6

Wgt 124 123 120 122 122 120 120

Start 5 6 4 1 3 7 2

1/4 2 2 7 1/2 1 6 4 Head 3 1 6 1 5

Arabian Jockey Club

1/2 1/2 2 Head 4 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 3 5 5 3 6 7

Str 1/2 1 3 3 1 1/2 2 4 4 5 5 3 1/2 6 7

Fin 2 1/4 1 1/4 2 16 3 2 4 11 1/4 5 1 1/4 6 7

Odds * 0.30 6.70 9.20 13.50 11.40 16.20 13.40

Final Time: 1:20.00

Winner: MS DIXIE, GREY MARE, by BURNING SAND out of DIXIE DARLENE, by WIKING. Foaled Jan 20, 2008 in FLORIDA. Breeder: BILL WALDRON Winning Owner: QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC

Arabian Jockey Club

1/4 1 1/2 1 5 1/2 4 1 1/2 2 6 1 1/2 5 Head 3

Last Raced 5 1 23May15 ARP*USA 5 3 23May15 ARP*USA 8 1 18Aug14 DEL*USA 5 2 23May15 ARP*USA 5 5 23May15 ARP*USA 5 7 23May15 ARP*USA 5 4 23May15 ARP*USA

Fractional Times: 24.25 50.68 1:04.84 Split Times: (26.43) (14.16) (15.16)

Winner: SOUL SISSTER, BAY MARE, by DORMANE out of TIKIS FRENCH KISS, by ESMET ARBI. Foaled Apr 11, 2010 in WASHINGTON. Breeder: DALE V PARTIN Winning Owner: QUARTER MOON RANCH LL

Last Raced 3 2 25May15 ARP*USA 1 4 07Jun15 ARP*USA 1 6 30Apr15 HOU*USA 1 9 09Feb15 HOU*USA 1 3 07Jun15 ARP*USA 3 5 25May15 ARP*USA

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 14, 2015 - Race 6 STAKES Cobra Distaff Sprint S. (G3) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $25,000 Value of Race: $25,000 1st $12,000, 2nd $4,800, 3rd $2,900, 4th $1,890, 5th $1,410, 6th $1,000, 7th $1,000 Track: FAST

Odds * 0.60 10.50 9.00 8.00 3.50 7.50

Trainers:

1 - POWELL SCOTT; 4 - POWELL SCOTT; 3 - POWELL MARK; 6 - DANYLUK KEN; 2 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 7 - KULOW MARK; 5 - POWELL MARK

Owners:

1 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 4 - POWELL LORI; 3 - POWELL MARK; 6 - DANYLUK KEN; 2 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 7 - KULOW JACQUELINE; 5 - POWELL MARK

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 19, 2015 - Race 6 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $8,700 Value of Race: $8,700 1st $5,220, 2nd $1,740, 3rd $870, 4th $522, 5th $174, 6th $87, 7th $87 Track: FAST Last Raced 6 3 14Jun15 ARP*USA 8 5 16Aug14 DEL*USA 1 9 10Feb15 HOU*USA 6 6 14Jun15 ARP*USA 10 9 08Aug12 DEL*USA 9 5 16Oct14 DEL*USA 3

6

09Oct14 LS*USA

Final Time: 1:25.16

PP 1 3 2 6 5 4 7

Horse Name (Jockey) IVORY SHORES (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) HESSTER (FRENCH DON) CALLAMITTY JANE (LOPEZ KARLO) ZELLS FOLLIES (AGUILAR RICHARD) RICHLY KEPT (MCNEIL ERIK) DAHMAS MISCHIEF MHF (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) AMAZING CHERI MHF (PRADO EFREN)

Fractional Times: 24.65 50.89 1:05.27 Split Times: (26.24) (14.38) (15.94)

Winner: BELL SOUTH, GREY MARE, by AIM SOUTH out of HALIANNA, by ZT ALI BABA. Foaled Jan 29, 2010 in FLORIDA. Breeder: BILL WALDRON Winning Owner: LYNN VALERIE Trainers:

2 - DANYLUK KEN; 1 - POWELL MARK; 3 - DANYLUK KEN; 6 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 5 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 4 - BRAND ELIZABETH

Owners:

2 - LYNN VALERIE; 1 - POWELL MARK; 3 - VICKERS EVELYN L; 6 - INNES ERIN; 5 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 4 - BRAND MARIAN ELIZABETH

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 124 124 124 124 124 124

Start 7 6 1 5 4 2

1/4 2 1 Head 3 1 2 1 1/2 6 Head 5 1/2 4

1/2 3 1/2 1 8 4 1/2 2 Head 3 4 1/2 6 1/2 5

Str 6 1 2 2 3 3 8 4 4 5 14 6

Fin 6 3/4 1 10 1/2 2 4 3 5 3/4 4 16 1/2 5 24 1/4 6

124

3

7

7

7

7

Final Time: 1:21.21

Winner: IVORY SHORES, CHESTNUT MARE, by BURNING SAND out of FRENCH SHORES, by VIRGULE AL MAURY. Foaled Apr 28, 2011 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: POWELL MARK Trainers:

1 - POWELL MARK; 3 - POWELL MARK; 2 - POWELL SCOTT; 6 - KULOW MARK; 5 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 4 - DANYLUK KEN; 7 DANYLUK KEN

Owners:

1 - POWELL MARK; 3 - POWELL MARK; 2 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 6 - KULOW JACQUELINE; 5 - FORD GARRETT; 4 MANDOLYNN HILL FARM; 7 - MANDOLYNN HILL FARM

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Odds * 0.50 14.90 18.40 6.40 11.30 3.00 32.40


ARAPAHOE PARK - June 21, 2015 - Race 6 STAKES COBRA Sprint H. (G3) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $21,100 Value of Race: $21,100 1st $10,550, 2nd $4,220, 3rd $2,532, 4th $1,688, 5th $1,266, 6th $844 Track: FAST Last Raced 5 1 13Jun15 ARP*USA 6 1 14Jun15 ARP*USA 5 3 13Jun15 ARP*USA 5 2 13Jun15 ARP*USA 5 4 13Jun15 ARP*USA 6 3 24May15 ARP*USA 5 7 13Jun15 ARP*USA 5 5 13Jun15 ARP*USA

PP 1 3 2 6 5 7 8 4

Horse Name (Jockey) PADDYS DAY (PURCELL KELSI) MS DIXIE (LOPEZ KARLO) RB RICH (MCNEIL ERIK) SO BIG IS BETTER (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) DJETS SON (WALES TRAVIS) CHNDAKASEXPRESS (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) ABBOTT (AGUILAR DANIEL) ZELLS BELLS (AGUILAR RICHARD)

Fractional Times: 24.80 50.24 1:04.15 Split Times: (25.44) (13.91) (14.87)

Wgt 122 120 118 120 121 118 118 121

Start 6 4 7 3 2 5 1 8

Arabian Jockey Club

1/4 1 1 1 1/2 3 14 7 4 1/2 5 1/2 2 1/2 6 1/2 4 8

1/2 1 1/2 1 4 2 3 1/2 6 3 1/2 4 2 3 10 7 2 5 8

Str 1 1/2 1 7 2 5 1/2 5 1 1/2 3 1 1/2 4 2 1/2 6 6 7 8

Fin 3 1/2 1 14 3/4 2 1/2 3 2 4 5 3/4 5 19 3/4 6 3/4 7 8

Odds * 0.30 3.30 23.60 8.30 34.50 24.90 50.50 26.00

Trainers:

1 - POWELL SCOTT; 3 - POWELL SCOTT; 2 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 6 - POWELL MARK; 5 - POWELL SCOTT; 7 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 8 KULOW MARK; 4 - KULOW MARK

Owners:

1 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 3 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 2 - FORD GARRETT; 6 - POWELL MARK; 5 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 7 - WILSON ED; 8 - KULOW JACQUELINE; 4 - KULOW JACQUELINE

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 27, 2015 - Race 6 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $7,800 Value of Race: $7,800 1st $4,680, 2nd $1,560, 3rd $780, 4th $468, 5th $156, 6th $78, 7th $78 Track: FAST PP 1 3 7 2 5 6 4

Horse Name (Jockey) RB BRILLIANT (MCNEIL ERIK) HESSTER (FRENCH DON) CALLAMITTY JANE (LOPEZ KARLO) TM ITS JUST ARIDE (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) RV MOULINS MONARCH (PRADO EFREN) SOUTHERLAND (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) BELL SOUTH (BRIDGES KELLY)

Fractional Times: 25.03 52.50 1:06.99 Split Times: (27.47) (14.49) (15.35)

Wgt 124 120 119 116 120 124 119

Start 7 1 2 5 4 6 3

Last Raced 1 2 07Jun15 ARP*USA 1 2 12Jun15 ARP*USA --1 6 12Jun15 ARP*USA 1 6 07Jun15 ARP*USA

PP 5 1 4 2 3

Horse Name (Jockey) CRIMINETLY DUDE (MCNEIL ERIK) PICK ME (IAMMARINO MICHAEL PHILLIP) FLEUR CHERIE (COLLINS DENNIS MICHAEL) TM ALYNN RENE (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) KOUNT CZESTER SWA (PRADO EFREN)

Fractional Times: 25.29 52.43 1:07.71 Split Times: (27.14) (15.28) (16.66)

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 121 119 119 116 124

Start 2 4 5 1 3

1/4 1 2 5 3 5 1 1 7 4

1/2 Head 1 7 3 1/2 4 3 2 5

Str 3 1/2 1 3 1/2 2 6 4 8 3 5

Fin 4 1/2 1 17 3/4 2 2 1/4 3 22 3/4 4 5

Odds 1.70 4.00 * 0.80 10.30 17.60

Final Time: 1:24.37

Winner: CRIMINETLY DUDE, BAY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of FC BINT CHEZI, by ALA CROIXNOIRE. Foaled May 18, 2011 in COLORADO. Breeder: L TODD MOAK Winning Owner: RUNNING B STABLES

Final Time: 1:19.02

Winner: PADDYS DAY, BAY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of AK LORETTA, by VIRGULE AL MAURY. Foaled Mar 17, 2011 in TEXAS. Breeder: JANE R TEUTSCH Winning Owner: QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC

Last Raced 8 7 27Jul13 DEL*USA 6 2 19Jun15 ARP*USA 6 3 19Jun15 ARP*USA 2 4 06Jun15 ARP*USA 1 1 09Apr15 HOU*USA 6 8 24May15 ARP*USA 1 1 12Jun15 ARP*USA

ARAPAHOE PARK - June 26, 2015 - Race 2 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (TM LET IT BE - 1:16.80 - June 04, 2011) Available Money: $5,800 Value of Race: $5,800 1st $3,480, 2nd $1,160, 3rd $580, 4th $348, 5th $232 Track: FAST

Trainers:

5 - BEEMAN BRENT; 1 - POWELL MARK; 4 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 2 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 3 - DANYLUK KEN

Owners:

5 - RUNNING B STABLES; 1 - POWELL MARK; 4 - HUGHES DENNIS AND PAULETTE; 2 - BRAND MARIAN ELIZABETH; 3 - WETZEL JAMES L JR

Arabian Jockey Club

1/4 1 1/2 5 1/2 1 2 4 2 6 1 1/2 3 7 1 1/2 2

1/2 3 2 1/2 1 1/2 6 1 1/2 5 5 3 7 1 1/2 4

Str 1 1/2 1 7 2 7 5 Head 4 2 1/2 3 20 6 7

Fin 9 1 4 1/4 2 4 3 2 1/2 4 11 3/4 5 55 1/4 6 7

Odds 6.10 * 1.10 6.20 16.40 3.10 15.50 5.90

Final Time: 1:22.34

Winner: RB BRILLIANT, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of AMMANTE, by DORMANE. Foaled Jan 29, 2009 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: FORD GARRETT Trainers:

1 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 3 - POWELL MARK; 7 - POWELL SCOTT; 2 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 5 - DANYLUK KEN; 6 - POWELL MARK; 4 DANYLUK KEN

Owners:

1 - FORD GARRETT; 3 - POWELL MARK; 7 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 2 - GLOSSER BILLIE; 5 - VICKERS EVELYN L; 6 - POWELL MARK; 4 - LYNN VALERIE

Delaware Park DELAWARE PARK - June 06, 2015 - Race 8 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (UNCHAINEDD MELODY - 1:17.00 - July 04, 1993) Available Money: $13,625 Value of Race: $13,625 1st $8,100, 2nd $2,700, 3rd $1,485, 4th $810, 5th $405, 6th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 2 23May15 DEL*USA 9 1 20Sep14 DEL*USA 2 2 22Nov14 RET*USA 9 6 23May15 DEL*USA 9 7 23May15 DEL*USA 9 3 23May15 DEL*USA

PP 5 6 4 3 2 1

Horse Name (Jockey) QUICK AND RICH (CEDENO CAROL) A LADYS MAN (CHIAPPE RICARDO) ROYAL RICHESS (CARSON LAURA) TU FOR THE MONEY (RIVERA GREGORIO A) SERGEANT PEPPER MHF (TORRES JUAN R) LAZUR HESS (SWAN KIRSTEN)

Fractional Times: 25.17 51.37 1:04.97 Split Times: (26.20) (13.60) (14.13)

Wgt 120 120 108 120 120 120

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 1 2 4 6 5 3

1/4 1/2 2 1/2 5 1/2 1 6 1/2 4 1/2 3

1/2 2 1/2 2 3 1/2 3 Head 1 1/2 5 Head 4 6

Str 3 1 10 3 Head 2 2 4 1/2 5 6

Fin 3 3/4 1 2 2 17 3 5 4 1/2 5 6

Odds 1.60 * 1.40 4.00 14.10 5.50 * 1.40

Final Time: 1:19.10

Owners:

5 - NUNLEY RANDY; 6 - ASHBY LYNN A; 4 - ASHBY LYNN A; 3 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 2 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 1 - ASHBY LYNN A 5 - FRITZ TOM; 6 - ASHBY MARK J; 4 - FOSTOCK ANN S; 3 - KLAUS PHILIP; 2 - YOUNGDALE MICHELE C; 1 - ASHBY MARK J

DELAWARE PARK - June 15, 2015 - Race 9 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (UNCHAINEDD MELODY - 1:17.00 - July 04, 1993) Available Money: $10,000 Value of Race: $10,000 1st $6,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,100, 4th $600, 5th $300 Track: GOOD Last Raced 8 4 27Sep14 DEL*USA 8 3 03Jul14 DEL*USA 9 2 30May15 DEL*USA 9 4 30May15 DEL*USA 8 6 04Oct14 DEL*USA

PP 2 1 4 5 3

Horse Name (Jockey) FEARSOME (TOMAS PIERRE) DESERT HONOUR (CHIAPPE RICARDO) RB MADJYK MAN (REMEDIO MARIA) TELLA MACHINE (RIVERA GREGORIO A) OUT RAGEHESS (SWAN KIRSTEN)

Fractional Times: 24.99 51.46 1:06.32 Split Times: (26.47) (14.86) (14.72)

Wgt 124 124 118 124 124

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 5 3 4 1 2

1/4 5 Head 2 3 1/2 4 Head 1 1/2 3

Last Raced 9 3 30May15 DEL*USA 9 1 30May15 DEL*USA 4 3 09Apr15 HOU*USA 4 4 09Apr15 HOU*USA 3 3 21Feb15 HOU*USA 9 6 30May15 DEL*USA

PP 6 1 2 4 5 3

Horse Name (Jockey) CHARICH (CHIAPPE RICARDO) TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS (SWAN KIRSTEN) RB DJUDGE DJUDY (COA KEIBER J) THROUGHLEAP (RITVO MICHAEL) RB RICH KIN (SPIETH SCOTT) OMAN WHATA KISS (CEDENO CAROL)

Fractional Times: 25.75 52.06 1:06.13 Split Times: (26.31) (14.07) (13.94)

Winner: QUICK AND RICH, CHESTNUT STALLION, by TH RICHIE out of QUICK NOON, by HIGHNOON ECLIPSE. Foaled May 01, 2010 in MICHIGAN. Breeder: TOM FRITZ Winning Owner: FRITZ TOM

Trainers:

DELAWARE PARK - June 20, 2015 - Race 9 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (UNCHAINEDD MELODY - 1:17.00 - July 04, 1993) Available Money: $12,625 Value of Race: $12,625 1st $7,500, 2nd $2,500, 3rd $1,375, 4th $750, 5th $375, 6th $125 Track: FAST

1/2 5 1 1/2 4 1 1/2 2 Head 1 Head 3

Str Head 1 2 4 Head 2 1/2 3 5

Fin 2 1 3/4 2 3/4 3 1 1/2 4 5

Odds 3.90 7.60 * 0.50 9.70 5.20

Final Time: 1:21.04

Winner: FEARSOME, CHESTNUT STALLION, by THOROUGHBRED out of DIXIES VALENTINE, by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE. Foaled Apr 30, 2011 in MARYLAND. Breeder: GUY NEIVENS Winning Owner: RIGBIE FARM Trainers:

2 - CLARK SHARON B; 1 - ASHBY LYNN A; 4 - SMITH GUY; 5 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 3 - ASHBY LYNN A

Owners:

2 - RIGBIE FARM; 1 - RICHARDS STEVEN; 4 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 5 - DUNN KATHLEEN T; 3 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC

Wgt 121 124 121 116 121 121

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 3 4 1 2 6 5

1/4 Head 5 Head 1 1/2 2 Head 4 6 1/2 3

1/2 Head 3 1/2 1 Head 2 4 5 1/2 4 6

Str 4 2 1/2 1 3 4 1 3 8 5 6

Fin 1 1/2 1 3 3/4 2 1 1/2 3 2 1/2 4 21 5 6

Odds 5.40 * 0.80 4.50 5.70 9.20 11.20

Final Time: 1:20.07

Winner: CHARICH, GREY MARE, by TH RICHIE out of ZILVER CHARM, by SAM TIKI. Foaled Mar 13, 2011 in TEXAS. Breeder: OAKCREST FARMS LLC Winning Owner: REYNOLDS JEREMY Trainers:

6 - ASHBY LYNN A; 1 - ASHBY LYNN A; 2 - SMITH GUY; 4 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 5 - SMITH GUY; 3 - STILLWELL MAUREEN

Owners:

6 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 1 - KLAUS PHILIP; 2 - FORD GARRETT; 4 - HENNINGSGARD JON; 5 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 3 - AMARO ROSEMARY L

DELAWARE PARK - July 04, 2015 - Race 9 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (SAM TIKI - 1:47.60 - June 03, 1989) Available Money: $15,250 Value of Race: $15,250 1st $9,000, 2nd $3,000, 3rd $1,650, 4th $900, 5th $450, 6th $125, 7th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 8 1 06Jun15 DEL*USA 8 3 06Jun15 DEL*USA 8 6 07Mar15 HOU*USA 9 5 23May15 DEL*USA 8 4 06Jun15 DEL*USA 9 4 23May15 DEL*USA 8 1 09Oct14 DEL*USA

PP 5 2 7 6 4 3 1

Horse Name (Jockey) QUICK AND RICH (CEDENO CAROL) ROYAL RICHESS (CARSON LAURA) DHAAN (COA KEIBER J) RB BURN BABY BURN (SPIETH SCOTT) TU FOR THE MONEY (RIVERA GREGORIO A) THESS IS AWESOME (CHIAPPE RICARDO) ALPHAA (TOMAS PIERRE)

Fractional Times: 25.63 52.19 1:20.99 Split Times: (26.56) (28.80) (29.62)

Wgt 124 107 116 117 119 119 116

Start 4 6 2 3 5 1 7

1/4 4 5 1 4 2 3 1/2 1 2 1/2 6 1/2 2 7

Arabian Jockey Club

1/2 4 5 1/2 3 1/2 2 1/2 1 2 1/2 6 Head 4 7

3/4 3 2 2 1/2 3 Head 1 1/2 4 3 1/2 5 5 6 7

Str 2 1 1 1/2 2 8 3 7 4 6 6 Head 5 7

Fin 2 3/4 1 1/2 2 17 3 8 4 6 5 6 6 7

Odds * 1.80 4.60 4.60 2.40 31.10 4.60 2.40

Final Time: 1:50.61

Winner: QUICK AND RICH, CHESTNUT STALLION, by TH RICHIE out of QUICK NOON, by HIGHNOON ECLIPSE. Foaled May 01, 2010 in MICHIGAN. Breeder: TOM FRITZ Winning Owner: FRITZ TOM

Trainers:

5 - NUNLEY RANDY; 2 - ASHBY LYNN A; 7 - SMITH GUY; 6 - NUNLEY RANDY; 4 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 3 - ASHBY LYNN A; 1 NUNLEY RANDY

Owners:

5 - FRITZ TOM; 2 - FOSTOCK ANN S; 7 - AL SHAQAB RACING; 6 - NEIVENS GUY; 4 - KLAUS PHILIP; 3 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 1 - NEIVENS GUY

40 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


Hazel Park HAZEL PARK - June 13, 2015 - Race 9 CLAIMING - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD Claiming Price: $5,000 - $5,000 FOUR FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (MOTOWN RISING - 53.59 - August 09, 2014) Available Money: $6,487 Value of Race: $6,487 1st $3,440, 2nd $1,385, 3rd $710, 4th $530, 5th $422 Track: FAST Last Raced 2 1 10Oct14 HP*USA 1 2 29May15 HP*USA 1 10 28Dec13 RET*USA 1 3 29May15 HP*USA 1 4 29May15 HP*USA

PP 5 3 4 2 1

Horse Name (Jockey) QUICK SAND SUZIE (ORTEGA STANLEY ANGEL) MEGA HORSE (BARRIOS RICARDO) WMA SANDPAINTING (EDWARDS ERIC) WMA KINGDOM COME (PELTROCHE FREDDY) CZARS GYPSY STORM (SIMPSON JAVOUR M)

Wgt 121 126 126 126 121

Fractional Times: 26.56 Split Times: (28.13)

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 4 1 5 2 3

1/4 Head 1 1 3 5 1/2 2 2 1/2 4

Str 1 1 3 2 5 1 1/2 3 Head 4

Fin 2 1/2 1 6 2 1/2 3 3/4 4 5

Odds * 1.20 1.30 13.10 4.40 11.80

Final Time: 54.69

Winner: QUICK SAND SUZIE, BAY MARE, by SAND TIKI SPECIAL out of EDEE ROSE, by VIRGULE AL MAURY. Foaled Mar 02, 2011 in MICHIGAN. Breeder: NICOLE R HOLST Winning Owner: SWEET JOLENE Claiming Prices:

5 - QUICK SAND SUZIE: $5,000; 3 - MEGA HORSE: $5,000; 4 - WMA SANDPAINTING: $5,000; 2 - WMA KINGDOM COME: $5,000; 1 - CZARS GYPSY STORM: $5,000

Trainers:

5 - HOLST NICOLE; 3 - RUVALCABA RAFAEL; 4 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 2 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 1 - GROSS REID T

Owners:

5 - SWEET JOLENE; 3 - RUVALCABA RAFAEL; 4 - HORSTMEIER BARBARA; 2 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 1 - ROBERTS LORI A

HAZEL PARK - June 27, 2015 - Race 8 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD 5 1/2 FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (QUICK AND RICH - 1:14.21 - September 27, 2014) Available Money: $7,667 Value of Race: $7,667 1st $4,010, 2nd $1,570, 3rd $960, 4th $655, 5th $472 Track: SLOPPY Last Raced 9 3 01May15 HP*USA 9

3

13Jun15 HP*USA 9 4 13Jun15 HP*USA 9 2 01May15 HP*USA 9 5 13Jun15 HP*USA 2 6 10Oct14 HP*USA

Last Raced 8 5 06Jun15 DEL*USA 10 1 11Oct14 HP*USA 1 1 29May15 HP*USA 4 1 22Jun13 MPM*USA 9 7 16Oct14 DEL*USA 6 6 27Sep14 HP*USA

PP 1 5 2 6 3 4

Horse Name (Jockey) SERGEANT PEPPER MHF (MATA FEDERICO) DJS DOUBLE O SEVEN (BARRIOS RICARDO) ITS A HEMI (PELTROCHE FREDDY) GET R DONE (LUNA ALEJANDRO) MYSTERY BURN (ORTEGA STANLEY ANGEL) HOT LAVA (EDWARDS ERIC)

Wgt 126 126 126 121 121 126

Fractional Times: 25.68 Split Times: (28.23)

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 5 2 3 1 4 6

1/4 4 5 1 2 1 1 Head 3 1 1/2 4 6

Str 2 1/2 4 1 1/2 2 Head 1 1 1/2 3 1 1/2 5 6

Fin 1/4 1 3/4 2 1 3 4 1/4 4 3/4 5 6

Odds 4.50 * 2.40 3.40 3.20 3.20 23.40

Final Time: 53.91

Winner: SERGEANT PEPPER MHF, GREY GELDING, by AMAZING SON out of SHIPPEY LANE, by HAFFIR EL RIMAL. Foaled Jan 20, 2008 in TEXAS. Breeder: MICHAEL ECONOMOPOULOS Winning Owner: YOUNGDALE MICHELE C Claiming Prices:

1 - SERGEANT PEPPER MHF: $8,000; 5 - DJS DOUBLE O SEVEN: $8,000; 2 - ITS A HEMI: $8,000; 6 - GET R DONE: $8,000; 3 MYSTERY BURN: $8,000; 4 - HOT LAVA: $8,000

Trainers:

1 - YOUNGDALE JOHN FOSTER; 5 - HOLST NICOLE; 2 - RUVALCABA RAFAEL; 6 - WEILBACH MARCIA; 3 - YOUNGDALE JOHN FOSTER; 4 - WEILBACH MARCIA

Owners:

1 - YOUNGDALE MICHELE C; 5 - SILBER LEON; 2 - RUVALCABA RAFAEL; 6 - WEILBACH MARCIA; 3 - HAMMAN DAWN; 4 - WEILBACK JACQUES

Arabian Jockey Club

PP

Horse Name (Jockey)

Wgt

Start

1/4

3/8

Str

Fin

3 2 5 4 1 6

AKAI BBF (PELTROCHE FREDDY) WMA SANDPAINTING (EDWARDS ERIC) WMA KINGDOM COME (BARRIOS RICARDO) R-KIDD (ORTEGA STANLEY ANGEL) CZARS GYPSY STORM (MATA FEDERICO) ENORA BBF (SPANABEL KELLY R)

126 126 126 126 121 121

6 4 3 2 1 5

5 1/2 4 2 3 Head 2 1/2 1 6

1 5 1/2 2 1 4 Head 3

1 1 3 2 2 3 4 5

1 1/4 2 3 3/4 3 4 1/4 4 5

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Fractional Times: 27.61 56.60 Split Times: (28.99) (23.40)

HAZEL PARK - July 04, 2015 - Race 8 CLAIMING - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD Claiming Price: $8,000 - $8,000 FOUR FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (MOTOWN RISING - 53.59 - August 09, 2014) Available Money: $6,970 Value of Race: $6,970 1st $2,750, 2nd $1,675, 3rd $1,025, 4th $700, 5th $430, 6th $390 Track: FAST

15

1/2

Head

3

Odds 3.10 13.50 5.10 * 1.00 4.90 12.70

Final Time: 1:20.00

Winner: AKAI BBF, CHESTNUT STALLION, by KAOLINO out of ADULATION, by TOMANCHIE. Foaled Mar 08, 2011 in TEXAS. Breeder: EA TEBOE OR AM SENSKE Winning Owner: SENSKEE ANDY AND TEBOE ELLEN Trainers:

3 - HOLST NICOLE; 2 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 5 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 4 - HOLST NICOLE; 1 - GROSS REID T; 6 - NORTON MALLORY

Owners:

3 - SENSKEE ANDY AND TEBOE ELLEN; 2 - HORSTMEIER BARBARA; 5 - BRIGGS TAMMIE; 4 - MILLER, TIMOTHY P AND ENGLE, DAWN; 1 - ROBERTS LORI A; 6 - NORTON JESSE

Pleasanton OAK TREE AT PLEASANTON - June 19, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FIVE FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (RB CANTATA - 1:06.29 - June 19, 2015) Available Money: $6,298 Value of Race: $6,298 1st $3,515, 2nd $1,310, 3rd $806, 4th $491, 5th $176 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 5 26Jun13 DEL*USA 3 5 11Oct14 FNO*USA 4 6 21Feb15 HOU*USA 3 6 11Oct14 FNO*USA ---

PP 2 5 3 4 1

Horse Name (Jockey) RB CANTATA (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) BURNING RAINE (FLORES PABLO) MY THUNDER BOLT (HERRERA HUGO) GOLLY BRAEBRAE (LOPEZ CHARLES C) MY LARAMIE (FLORES PEDRO)

Fractional Times: 25.07 51.85 Split Times: (26.78) (14.44)

Wgt 118 123 123 123 123

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 1 4 3 2 5

1/4 1 1 1 4 3 2 2 3 5

3/8 1 1/2 1 3 4 3 1/2 2 2 3 5

Str 3 1 5 4 2 2 1 1/2 3 5

Fin 1 1/4 1 1 1/4 2 2 1/4 3 5 1/2 4 5

Odds 5.20 1.40 * 0.90 20.40 12.00

2 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - BORG ABEL; 4 - PARKER MORRIS F; 1 - BORG ABEL

Owners:

2 - SMEDING LETTIE; 5 - SHELLEY WARREN; 3 - RUBIN HOWIE; 4 - BARBEAU KATHERINE; 1 - BORG ELISABETH

OAK TREE AT PLEASANTON - June 21, 2015 - Race 1 STAKES ARC Arabian S. - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (SAMMY V - 1:15.99 - July 05, 2014) Available Money: $14,860 Value of Race: $14,860 1st $8,400, 2nd $2,850, 3rd $1,730, 4th $1,030, 5th $330, 6th $330, 7th $190 Track: FAST Horse Name (Jockey) SAND VICTOR (FLORES PEDRO) AYERS (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) TWICE RICH (AVILA JUAN) ES MI CIELO (HERRERA CRISTOBAL) ONE HOT CHICK (FLORES PABLO) BY GOLLY ITS HOT (LOPEZ CHARLES C) MY KALIBER (HERRERA HUGO)

Fractional Times: 25.86 51.86 1:05.92 Split Times: (26.00) (14.06) (13.66)

Wgt 124 124 124 124 121 124 124

Start 7 6 1 3 5 2 4

PP 2 3 5 1 4

Horse Name (Jockey) RB CANTATA (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) DH-BLAZING WINGS (FLORES PEDRO) DH-NIVOURS ROMANCE (HERRERA HUGO) WHADDA QT (HERRERA CRISTOBAL) BURNING RAINE (FLORES PABLO)

Arabian Jockey Club

1/4 2 4 7 2 1 1 3 1/2 6 1 2 1 1/2 5

1/2 3 4 7 1 1 1/2 3 1/2 6 Head 2 1 5

Str 3 2 1 5 1/2 1 1/2 3 2 6 Head 4 7

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 121 118 120 118 123

Start 1 4 3 2 5

1/4 Head 1 1/2 3 1 2 8 4 5

1/2 Head 1 Head 3 3 2 8 4 5

Str 3 1/2 1 1/2 3 2 1/2 2 4 4 5

Fin 5 1 3/4 2 3/4 2 1 1/4 4 5

Odds * 2.20 5.00 2.60 5.50 2.20

Final Time: 1:21.76

Winner: RB CANTATA, GREY MARE, by CALIN DU LOUP out of FRAYNCE, by DORMANE. Foaled May 04, 2010 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: SMEDING LETTIE Dead Heats:

Trainers:

PP 2 1 4 5 6 3 7

Last Raced 1 1 19Jun15 OTP*USA 3 1 11Oct14 FNO*USA 2 7 13Oct14 FNO*USA 2 1 03Oct14 FNO*USA 1 2 19Jun15 OTP*USA

Fractional Times: 25.34 51.62 1:06.46 Split Times: (26.28) (14.84) (15.30)

Final Time: 1:06.29

Winner: RB CANTATA, GREY MARE, by CALIN DU LOUP out of FRAYNCE, by DORMANE. Foaled May 04, 2010 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: SMEDING LETTIE

Last Raced 1 3 28Mar15 HOU*USA 2 1 12Oct14 FNO*USA 6 10 24May15 ARP*USA 6 1 24May15 ARP*USA 2 4 12Oct14 FNO*USA 2 2 12Oct14 FNO*USA 2 8 12Oct14 FNO*USA

OAK TREE AT PLEASANTON - June 25, 2015 - Race 1 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (SAMMY V - 1:15.99 - July 05, 2014) Available Money: $6,298 Value of Race: $6,298 1st $3,515, 2nd $1,058, 2nd $1,058, 4th $491, 5th $176 Track: FAST

Fin 3 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 5 5 6 7

Odds 6.20 * 1.10 15.90 3.00 18.00 3.90 24.60

2nd place - # 3 BLAZING WINGS 2nd place - # 5 NIVOURS ROMANCE

Trainers:

2 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - RAYMOND DALE T; 5 - BORG ABEL; 1 - BORG ABEL; 4 - SHELLEY HELEN

Owners:

2 - SMEDING LETTIE; 3 - FEDDEMA, ARLEVA N AND FEDDEMA, JOHN R; 5 - BORG ELISABETH; 1 - BORG ELISABETH; 4 - SHELLEY WARREN

OAK TREE AT PLEASANTON - June 27, 2015 - Race 2 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FIVE FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (DREAM PEARL - 1:04.72 - June 27, 2015) Available Money: $6,474 Value of Race: $6,474 1st $3,515, 2nd $1,310, 3rd $806, 4th $491, 5th $176, 6th $176 Track: FAST Last Raced --3 8 11Oct14 FNO*USA 1 3 19Jun15 OTP*USA 1 5 12Jun15 ARP*USA 1 4 19Jun15 OTP*USA ---

PP 2 4 6 3 5 1

Horse Name (Jockey) DREAM PEARL (FLORES PEDRO) RAINEING SAND (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) MY THUNDER BOLT (FLORES PABLO) GOLLY ZANDS (LOPEZ ERICK) GOLLY BRAEBRAE (GODOY LUIS ALBERTO) MY CHARADE (AVILA JUAN)

Fractional Times: 24.49 50.26 Split Times: (25.77) (14.46)

Final Time: 1:19.58

Winner: SAND VICTOR, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of VAGUE DE GEMME, by BACO DU CASSOU. Foaled Mar 26, 2011 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A Trainers:

2 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 1 - SHELLEY HELEN; 4 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - PARKER MORRIS F; 7 - BORG ABEL

Owners:

2 - GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A; 1 - SHELLEY WARREN; 4 - SHELLEY WARREN; 5 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 6 - SHELLEY WARREN; 3 BARBEAU KATHERINE; 7 - BORG ELISABETH

Wgt 118 123 123 118 125 120

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 5 4 3 2 1 6

1/4 1 1 2 5 3 2 1 3 1 4 6

3/8 1 1/2 1 1 3 4 2 1 1/2 4 2 5 6

Str 3 1 5 3 1 1/2 2 1/2 4 3 5 6

Fin 6 1 1/4 2 8 3 1 4 2 5 6

Odds 2.60 5.50 * 0.70 9.60 14.50 14.90

Final Time: 1:04.72

Winner: DREAM PEARL, CHESTNUT MARE, by BURNING SAND out of TRIUMPHS PEARL, by SEYVILLA TRIUMPH. Foaled Mar 06, 2011 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: BURT, DOROTHY, CALL, EVELYN, EATON, BETTY AND SOLTAU, CORY Trainers:

2 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 4 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - BORG ABEL; 3 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - PARKER MORRIS F; 1 - BORG ABEL

Owners:

2 - BURT, DOROTHY, CALL, EVELYN, EATON, BETTY AND SOLTAU, CORY; 4 - SHELLEY WARREN; 6 - RUBIN HOWIE; 3 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 5 - BARBEAU KATHERINE; 1 - RANCHO MILAGRO YEGUA INC

41 • Arabian Finish Line • August 2015


NF Proof+/ 1985 - 2013 4/22(14-5-1)D+8 Bay • 15.1 Hands

Broodmare sire of grade 1 winner and Darley Nominee BURNING FLEET

Arabian Racing Hall of Fame Stallion 2015 Stud Fee: $2,500. Frozen semen only. NF Proof+/, *Wiking, SMR Ibn Orzel & Nodoromas Triumph ++++ daughters for sale

Anne Seymour P.O. Box 646 (County Road 192) De Funiak Springs, Florida 32435 850.859.2808, seyvilla@embarqmail.com


FRYNCH and maternal line FRYGA continue to produce champion after champion.

FRYNCH

CONNECTION FRYNCH herself winning the CRE RUN OAKS IN 2004, she became LEADING MONEY EARNER ALL SEXES ALL AGES OF 2004, plus DARLEY CHAMPION AS A 4 YR OLD...

RB FRYNCH BROAD winning the CRE RUN OAKS IN 2015, currently LEADING 4 YR OLD FILLY IN USA...


2014 Colt: RB GRYNADE (Burning Sand x Frynzy by Dormane)

2014 Colt: RB HOT DATE (Burning Sand x Rich Frynd by TH Richie) 2015 filly: Sand Blastt x Frynzy by Dormane

And... watch out for

RB Madjyk Man out of FRYNCH currently USA’s Leading 3 Year Old Colt of 2015

RoseBrook Farm and Dianne Waldron: Best International Breeder 2011, USA Darley Champion Breeder 2009, 2010 & 2014 PROUD SUPPORTER OF

Dianne Waldron, Rosebrook Farm (352)650-5912, email: dw@kworthins.com

WWW.ROSEBROOKFARM.COM facebook.com/rosebrookarabianracehorses


~DON CONDARE~

pictured in 2004 with Alan Kirshner and Deb Mihaloff Cre Run Congratulates DON CONDARE (RD FIVE STAR X ELCONDA, BY EL-GAZI++/) and his current owners Hal and Margo Wallace on his induction into the Arabian Racing Hall of Fame.

You are invited

“A Day at the Races” and Arabian Horse Celebration! CRE RUN FARM

August 22nd at Delaware Park ~Grade 3 Delaware Park Juvenile Championship Fillies Stakes, sponsored by Markel. ~Grade 2 Delaware Park Arabian Derby will also run. ~The EARA Party with AHA Region 12 & Region 15, Including induction of Racing Hall of Fame and Tent and Honor Members. Congratulations to all the inductees.

ALAN KIRSHNER & DEBORAH MIHALOFF 15460 Campbell Lake Road, Doswell, Virginia 23047 804-227-9491 Email: crerun@aol.com

PROUD SUPPORTERS OF

www.crerunfarm.com

August 2015  

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