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received important updates on a variety of reform initiatives currently in process nationwide.

By Stephanie J. Corum

We're heading into fall and the twilight of the 2015 racing season. I'm getting ready to leave for Abu Dhabi for the richest Arabian race in the world and then a quick trip to Texas for the DIAR Stakes, four stakes in one night at Lone Star Park. There haven't been this many Arabian races on one card since all six Arabian Cup Championship races went off at Los Alamitos. As you'll see in Joe Nevill's column, the inaugural Triple Jewel series could be considered a success. Mike Economopoulos talks about the HARC getting started. And then on the other hand, Delaware Park, for many years our signature track, despite boasting overnight purses the level of stakes races struggled throughout the season. Michigan supporters had to tolerate Hazel Park shutting down early. It's a tale of two situations. One the one hand, Arabian racing is flourishing, particularly on the international scale. Yet in this country it isn't so clear cut. There is one thing I, as owner/publisher/editor of this magazine can tell you. As long as there is an Arabian race in the United States; as long as there is at least one person breeding for an Arabian racehorse, Arabian Finish Line will continue to bring you the news and events of our sport. Those working on every issue each month are dedicated to continuing. The magazine and the brand are growing, so we will continue and hopefully help Arabian racing increase in the United States.

One major action by the Board was approval of recommendations from the RMTC’s scientific advisory committee to add four new medications to the current list of 26 Controlled Therapeutic Substances (CTS). The RMTC voted to add these four medications at the urging of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). The medications are: • • • •

Ranitidine – an anti-ulcer medication; Cimetidine – an anti-ulcer medication; Cetirizine – an anti-histamine; and Guaifenesin – an expectorant.

The Kentucky Equine Drug Research Council, working in conjunction with the UC Davis Kenneth L. Maddy Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, performed the research necessary to support inclusion of these medications on the CTS List. The RMTC will now present these four medications to the Association of Racing Commissioners International (RCI) and advocate for their inclusion in the RCI model rules.

“AAEP is most appreciative of the efforts of the RMTC to complete the appropriate research to allow for the addition of four important therapeutic medications to the Controlled Therapeutic Substances List,” said AAEP Past President Dr. Jeff Blea. “AAEP requested The ownership of Paddy's Day was incorrectly listed in last the addition of these particular medications to allow month's issue. The 4-year-old colt races in the name of practitioners to maintain a high standard of care in a Quarter Moon Ranch LLC, but he is, in fact, owned by a regulatory environment, and it's gratifying to witness partnership of Lori and Scott Powell, Nicki Forbes-Robinson the industry synergistically working together to and Jim Schleimer. We apologize for any confusion this may accomplish what is best for the horse and for racing.”

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have caused and congratulate the group on owning such a great horse!

Additionally, RMTC Executive Director Dr. Dionne Benson updated the Board on significant progress toward full adoption of the National Uniform Medication Program (Program). According to Dr. RMTC BOARD AMENDS ITS LIST OF CONTROLLED Benson, 17 states have adopted both the CTS and THERAPEUTIC MEDICATIONS, RECEIVES UPDATE ON Third-Party Administration of Furosemide policies, NATIONAL UNIFORM MEDICATION PROGRAM, while 12 states have adopted the Multiple Medication GRANTS INTERIM ACCREDITATION TO TEXAS A&M Violations Penalty System, and 27 states are now LABORATORY receiving testing services from RMTC-accredited laboratories. Noteworthy additions to the list of racing At its October 13 meeting in Atlanta, GA, the board of jurisdictions now actively pursuing the Program are directors of the Racing Medication and Testing Florida, Louisiana and Illinois. Consortium (RMTC) took several actions that will Continued on page 8. improve the health and safety of horses, and also

News to Know

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News to Know continued Commenting on the status of the Program, RMTC Chairman Alex Waldrop said, “The RMTC staff is working cooperatively with multiple industry organizations to achieve full implementation of the National Uniform Medication Program. Eleven states have now adopted the Program in its entirety and almost every other major racing jurisdiction is now in the process of approving some or all of the Program. While there remains much work to be done, the RMTC Board is encouraged by the fact that a steadily increasing number of states are embracing these all-important reforms.” In other business, the RMTC Board granted Interim Accreditation status to the Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) at Texas A&M University, which provides testing for the Texas Racing Commission. To achieve this status – the seventh laboratory to do so – TVMDL was required to submit an extensive application, pass a rigorous site inspection and successfully complete one round of the External Quality Assurance Program. “I am extremely proud that the drug testing section of the TVMDL has been granted Interim Accreditation by the RMTC,” said Dr. Glenn Blodgett, president of the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA). “Texas lies in the heart of quarter horse racing, and the AQHA is very proud to add another RMTC-accredited lab. Along with the AQHA, I would like to personally congratulate the Texas lab for this accomplishment.” The RMTC also unveiled its new website at the meeting. The website is designed to make it easier to find information about the National Uniform Medication Program, including the research projects of the RMTC that support the Program, as well as current information regarding RMTC’s additional efforts to strengthen the health and safety of horses and the integrity of racing. The website is now available to the public at rmtcnet.com. The RMTC consists of 23 racing industry stakeholders and organizations that represent Thoroughbred, Standardbred, American Quarter Horse and Arabian racing. The organization works to develop and promote uniform rules, policies and testing standards at the national level; coordinate research and educational programs that seek to ensure the integrity of racing and the health and welfare of racehorses and participants; and protect the interests of the racing public. For additional information, visit the RMTC website at rmtcnet.com or contact Hallie Lewis, RMTC communications and development consultant, at (859) 224-2848.

Ed Wilson (center) is joined by his wife Gail (on his right) and additional members of his family when he was officially welcomed into the Arabian Jockey Club Hall of Fame in October. Congratulations Ed! 8 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


By Michael Economopoulos

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Over the next two columns I'll be writing about a sensitive subject. I hope to do so in a balanced manner and my intention is not to poke a hornet’s nest or to make people mad at me. In my research of this topic, I received a number of strong and diverse opinions from those associated with breeding and running Arabian Race Horses. In this first part, I will report the basic facts I have gathered about the Heritage Arabian Racing Club (HARC). In the second part I will add some commentary and historic reference about HARC and the somewhat related issue of Arabian breed purity. In the May 2015 issue of the Arabian Finish Line, I read with great interest a press release submitted by the Arabian Jockey Club (AJC) about the formation of the HARC. The AJC said it was excited to be part of HARC, a new worldwide racing association, and stood ready to assist HARC in any way possible. The AJC's introduction of HARC was followed by a press release issued by HARC itself, describing its purpose and goals. You may wish to go back to the May issue and read it for yourself, but I will summarize what I believe is the essence. In February of this year, Arabian Race Horse folks from eleven countries met in Abu Dhabi at the invitation of His Highness Sheikh Sultan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who I will refer to as Sheikh Sultan (unlike the local hunting guide in my story last month who renamed the Sheikh he was guiding "Big Chief"). Sheikh Sultan is the patron and inspiration of HARC. The purpose of the club was stated as a means to support and promote racing for those who wish to preserve the purebred Arabian of initial type and bloodlines and to ensure the long term future of Arab horse characteristics. A few of the other key points mentioned in that news release included (and I paraphrase): • The use of highly selective and at time controversial bloodlines has resulted in a significantly improved Arabian racehorse that bears little resemblance to the original purebred, either in looks or in racing style and speed. • HARC wishes to protect and preserve traditional

bloodlines, while giving the breeders of those horses an opportunity to participate in racing and in doing so broaden the base of Arabian racing world worldwide. • HARC is using the success of the Pyramid Society (a group which promotes straight Egyptian horses with a very strict set of lineage criteria) as a model, to offer support and incentives to breeders and race horse owners with HARC approved horses. I was intrigued by this news release and began my research. Although I sent out inquires to many individuals associated with racing, I received surprisingly few responses. The bulk of the information I initially gathered was from the HARC Facebook page, and that was in the form of an interview published in June with one of the members of the HARC steering committee, Ms. Deirdre Hyde. That interview was printed in German and it was only though Google Translator that I was able to read it. I will stipulate that some of the interview may not have been translated properly, that Ms. Hyde may not have been speaking strictly on behalf of the HARC organization (and expressing personal opinions, not official positions), and perhaps more importantly, like any new and evolving organization (especially with folks spread out over eleven countries) I perceive that they are still finding their footing and establishing the specifics of their message and means of operations. Essentially, Ms. Hyde expanded on the press release mentioned above. She explained that the economic incentives for breeding faster horses had become a big money activity due to the large flow of funds from the Middle East and that "commercial growers" (that's how Google translated it) were only interested in the most successful and verkaufstrachtigsten (independently translated as "most prone to sale") bloodlines, regardless of their type and purity. She stated that although purses and prize money are growing on an international scale, they are ending up in the pockets of fewer and fewer people. From a breeder’s perspective, small "all-Arab" owners that were once the backbone of the sport have been displaced. Her observations are ironically similar to the viewpoints expressed by the Democratic presidential candidates that I watched in the Democratic debate last night; that there is expanding income inequal-

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ity where those at the very top of the economic spectrum are successful, but leave out the other 90%. I want to be clear that despite Ms. Hyde's references to purity, she recognizes WAHO's definition that "A pure-bred Arabian horse is one which appears in any pure-bred Arabian Stud Book or Register listed by WAHO as acceptable.” The goals of HARC are not to redefine "purebred Arabians", but to help create races, incentives and encouragement for those who breed and race the traditional type of Arabian horses. More than just creating marketing opportunities and competitive racing opportunities for HARC horses, the Club is concerned that the original type Arabian is in danger of disappearing. Part of their mission is to save the overall diversity of the breed and maintain a healthy gene pool. So what defines a HARC-eligible horse? According to the unanimous decision of the founding members, the definition of a HARC horse is any horse who is registered in a WAHO recognized studbook but does not contain the blood in any generation of six named stallions. They are: Amer, Baroud III, Burning Sand, Dragon, St. Laurent, and Tiwaiq. Going back to the original press release referenced above, the founding members found these horses to be significantly improved Arabian racehorses that bear little resemblance to the original purebred, either in looks or in racing style and speed. Although HARC members cite that some of these bloodlines are questionable, they also state that there is no concrete proof of their heritage. There is much more in the interview with Ms. Hyde, but I want to move on to more recent information about HARC and some of the mechanics of the program. There is no single implementation plan for all of the member counties involved. Some countries have HARC-only races scheduled, while others have different incentive and premium programs in place. Currently the funding for HARC races and the soon-to-be established web site is through the generous donations made by Sheikh Sultan. Here in the US, Evie Tubbs Sweeney is the newly named HARC Voting Member and coordinator. She told me that HARC has no connection with the AJC. And although the AJC is not involved in the administration or development of the program, they will be disseminating information about the program as part of their role of providing education and racing data for Arabian racing. Ms. Sweeney hopes the program will help grow racing here in America by encouraging existing Arabian race owners of HARC horses to not give up and leave the sport, while attracting new owners, particularly those who are already involved with Arabian show horses. She told me that the HARC added-money program does not, in any way, limit the opportunity of any bloodline

to race in America and is simply a breeders incentive program to keep the breeding pool diverse and growing, for the long-term sake of the sport's health and growth. The US Club was officially recognized by HARC on September 15 and will start disseminating funds in 2016. Working with state racing associations, HARC races will be held in five states: Delaware, Michigan, Colorado, Texas and California. There will be one race at each location with $4,000.00 in added money for each race. The payout will be as follows: • $1000 to the breeder AND owner of the first place HARC-eligible horse • $600 to the breeder AND owner of the second place HARC-eligible horse • $400 to the breeder AND owner of the third place HARC-eligible horse. According to this formula, the entire $4,000 will be paid out, and the money will go to the highest placed HARC horses, regardless of their finish behind non-HARC horses. So that's the facts as I know them. I am going to save most of my comments, and the comments I've received from others, for the next issue. Between now and then, I would be happy to hear from anyone who wants to respond to me directly and I'm sure the Finish Line would welcome any Letters to the Editor. If you have any interest, check out the HARC Facebook page and if you can read German, you might find Deirdra Hyde's interview informative. Interestingly, the vast majority of the 362 followers of HARC's Facebook page are not from the US and this may very well be of greater concern to other HARC member countries than to those here in the US. Perhaps what has happened here in the US (the huge decline in the backyard breeder and decline in ownership), has motivated others to take action in their homeland before it's too late. I recently read a post on Facebook by a prominent international agent that said, "Arabian racing has not changed much from years ago; the same pedigrees basically are winning and most American breeders need to be more competitive on the international racing level.Having said that, it's not easy to compete against the Middle East owners who bought most of the best mares in France, although the best stallions are now available for the American breeders." To give some perspective, when this person refers to racing not changing much from years ago, this was once a hot topic of discussion. I devoted two columns to it in January and February of 1993-over 22 years ago. "Closing the barn door after the horse has bolted" may be an ironically accurate idiom.

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

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Trypanosoma evansi Infection in Horses: An Emerging Disease It affects all African countries, Arabian Peninsula, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, India, China, Mongolia, Russia, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines and Indonesia. Nowadays, it also is distributed in Western countries, Latin America, Central America to Mexico and Argentina to Panama Spain. To what am I referring? A pathogenic mammalian parasite that produces the disease known trypanosomiasis (pronounced tri-pan-e-se-mῙ-e-ses) - otherwise known as Mal das Caderas (Latin America) or surra (Asia, Africa and Europe) in horses. More specifically, Trypanosoma evansi (T. evansi) is a blood and tissue protozoan (single-celled organism that is able to propel itself through its environment) that is transmitted through the blood-sucking insects. The insect takes up the parasite and passes it on to the new host with its next blood meal. The parasite can then reproduce in the blood or extracellular fluids of the mammalian host. T. evansi is considered a very cunning parasite in that it is able to evade the host immune response by altering the antigenic composition of its surface protein; thus the host’s immune system does not mount an attack (toxic metabolites or lysis) against the parasite and it can cause immunosuppression of its host animal. The parasite mainly affects

members of camelidae (camel, llama, alpaca) which act as a carrier and reservoir of the parasite. Initially, the parasite developed in camels in North Africa; however due to the biting insects acting as mechanical vectors (carries the parasite from one host to another), animals housed with or next to the camels will become infected such as equidae (horse, donkey, ass, mule). T. evansi has a wide host range and covers a variety of domestic and wild animals including cattle, sheep, goats, dogs, pigs, elephants, deer, foxes, tigers and jackals. Wild animals such as large rodents and raccoons may act as reservoirs of T. evansi, in that they are considered healthy carriers of the parasite, thus they are able to transmit the parasite via blood-sucking insects. Horses are considered highly susceptible to the disease while mules, donkeys, and asses show a lower susceptibility. The classical clinical signs of trypanosomiasis in horses is characterized by anemia (low red blood cell count) mainly due to the destruction of the red blood cells, edema (fluid swelling) of the limbs and other areas (testicles, sheath, abdomen, udder), anorexia, dehydration, lethargy, fluctuating fever, loss of appetite and weight, incoordination, followed by paralysis of the hind limbs. Pregnant mares will abort their fetuses. There is variable intensity of these signs, from totally unapparent to

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lethal. The signs are usually divided into three stages of the disease: subacute, acute, and chronic. In the chronic stage, horses usually exhibit chronic wasting associated with incoordination and limb paralysis; the horses in this chronic stage have been described as “living skeletons.” As the parasite travels to the brain, the horse will exhibit neurological signs due to inflammation and death of brain tissue. The incubation period is 1 to 4 weeks and sometimes up to 8 weeks, after which signs will appear. The disease can lead to death within 2 to 8 weeks unless treated with trypanocidal drugs. Trypanosomiasis caused by T. evansi can be clinically confused with other equine neurologic diseases, such as equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) in its chronic stages. Where T. evansi is suspected, it is important to rule out other causes of equine neurologic disease. Most available diagnostic methods include the parasitological, serological, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The parasitological test is fast. It involves taking a fresh blood sample, staining the blood smear and observing the T. evansi parasite. This method however lacks specificity and sensitivity if there are low numbers of the parasite in the bloodstream. Serology employs the use of a card agglutination test kit known as CATT/T. evansi. This has

been a method used for disease surveillance in several countries. This test detects trypanosome-specific antibodies in the blood, plasma, or serum of the animal. Polymerase chain reaction technology amplifies a few copies of a piece of DNA, thus generating thousands to millions of copies of a particular DNA sequence. PCR testing on blood samples is a specific and sensitive method; however, it is not 100% reliable if T. evansi is only present in the tissues. Because of T. evansi’s ability to elicit immunosuppressive effects on its host, the parasite can develop a rapid resistance to the trypanocidal drugs. This parasite also has the ability to modulate its own antigen (antigenic variation) thus undermining the ability of the animal to mount an immune response to the parasite and therefore a vaccine resulting in vaccination failure. In addition, this parasite has an apparent unlimited range of animals it can use as very efficient reservoirs, thus it can spread virtually undetected. Clearly this understated parasite is one we health professionals (animal and human) should be paying very close attention to as a quickly emerging disease.

Above: a horse infected with T. evansi. At right: a sample of horse blood that is infected with T. evansi.

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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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We’ve got the first edition of the Triple Jewel series in the books, and by just about any account imaginable, the right horse won. Paddys Day was the only horse in the three-race series to hit the board in all three editions, never finishing worse than second. In fact, he was a neck’s length away from winning two of the three legs. If a Thoroughbred were to finish with the same record in a comparable series, they’d be setting the type for his or her Eclipse Award. Keeping a horse in the kind of condition to succeed in stakes competition at three different distances and three very different venues over the course of six months is a truly impressive accomplishment. Congratulations to trainer Scott Powell and jockey Kelsi Purcell on a fine campaign. Now, let’s take a look at the Triple Jewel series by the numbers and identify the positives and the areas that might benefit from some further examination. For those of you unfamiliar with the series, it covered three divisions of the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup run in the U.S.: The Amethyst at Sam Houston in March, the Emerald at Pleasanton in July, and the Diamond at Los Alamitos in September. A $150,000 bonus was on the line for the horse that competed in all three legs and earned the most points at the end, with the winner of each race

earning eight points, the runner-up seven points, third place six points, and all others five points. Eighteen individual horses competed in the Triple Jewel’s three races, accounting for 30 total entries. Only four competed in all three legs, making them eligible for the bonus. Below were their final scores, followed by their placings in each race. 1. Paddys Day – 22 points (2-1-2) 2. So Big Is Better – 18 points (11-5-1) 3. Sand Victor – 17 points (7-2-4) 4. Es Mi Cielo – 15 points (8-4-7) Three additional runners competed in two of the three legs, while Burning Fleet, winner of the Amethyst, has not raced since that effort. So, what did I like? - The best horse won. There is no debating that Paddys Day was the most successful and consistent runner in the series, and that’s what a highpoint challenge is all about. Even better, he won a race. He didn’t have to win one to take home the grand prize, but it certainly adds a level of legitimacy to the event that the winner was, in fact, a winner. There will eventually be a Triple Jewel winner who takes the pot without winning a race if the series is around long enough, and it will be kind of a downer, but for now, everything shook out as it should. - Participation was high. The races 14 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015

averaged 10-horse fields, and the smallest one had nine in the gate. Five of the 11 that ran in the first leg came back for the second leg, and everyone else was out of contention for the bonus from there on out, so it’s hard to tell how much of an influence it had in that department, or if the draw of three separate graded stakes with nice purses was enough to fill the entry box. Either way, it’s better than seeing four-horse fields slug it out in its first year of existence. - So Big Is Better won a race. This doesn’t have much to do with the series itself, but you’ve gotta love the old man and how far he came in six months, from the worst defeat of his career in the Amethyst to winning the Diamond. And what are some things that might be considered for future editions? - Perhaps a runner-up award. As mentioned earlier, only four horses were still eligible for the bonus at the end of the challenge. I realize a lot can happen to a group of horses from March to September, and we’re not starting with a base of 20 horses like the Kentucky Derby. In fact, four horses accounts for 36 percent of the initial 11-horse field at Sam Houston. Perhaps a small award for running in all three legs of the event and finishing second or third by points would help the attrition rate a bit, though. A series like this is built on recurring characters and rematches. If horse-


men are further incentivized to come back, they just might. - Adjust the points system for horses that finish off the board. This year’s outcome was pretty justifiable top-tobottom, but having the fourth-place finisher earn as many points as the last-place finisher seems like it could come into play somewhere down the road. I wouldn’t seek drastic changes here, because I like giving participation points as an incentive to run in each race and still be competitive toward the end prize. One solid effort and you’re in the hunt, just like the runners-up were this year. Making a small change though, like awarding five points to finishers 4-6 and four points to all other finishers, might add a little more urgency to the proceedings without completely dooming a horse for one bad run. If the money somehow came about for runner-up payouts, this would be especially pertinent. - I don’t know how to fix this, but my worries about the series’ western leanings and their effect on the demographic were largely manifested. The vast majority of the runners in the series’ final two legs were California-based, and the Delaware Park contingent didn’t get much representation (everyone’s in the same place at Sam Houston before splitting off for the summer, so I don’t count the first leg in that observation).

The field sizes were great in the Triple Jewel races, and I’ve read plenty about how Delaware Park horses need to stick around to support their program, so maybe this is only a problem in my own head. They have the best purse structure in the country and shipping cross-country up to three times would be expensive and taxing, so they don’t have to go anywhere if they don’t need to. I get that. The same goes for folks west of the Mississippi. I don’t think arbitrarily putting a leg of the series at Delaware Park would magically solve the issue. It would only get harder to win, and shipping costs could make it prohibitive for some. We’d be left with three disjointed races filled with locals and maybe a few crossover horses with the money and resources to make a go of it. That’s no fun. However, if this event is going to take off and be a cornerstone series for the racing Arabian breed, it needs the participation of its best horses. Some of those horses are in California, some of those horses are in Delaware or elsewhere. This will require some effort to find the right balance, but the long-term payoff could be worth it. Just for fun, below are the full standings for the inaugural Triple Jewel series, including the horses that were disqualified from the final prize for not running in all three races. The four that were eligible for the bonus are in bold.

Arabian Finish Line would like to give a shout out to Joe Nevills, whose day job is the Daily Racing Form’s sales editor & breeding correspondent. He applied his beat to Kentucky Derby handicapping and won the second annual Ron Rippey Award for Handicapping Media for his “Who is Bred for the Distance” published April 30, 2015. Brisnet.com presented Nevills with the Rippey Award and $1,000 prize at the National Turf Writers And Broadcasters dinner on Wednesday, October 28. "It's an incredible honor to be selected for this award,” Nevills said. “We have been working hard to bridge the gap between bloodstock and handicapping with our coverage at DRF Breeding, and the Average Winning Distance pieces during the Triple Crown races have been a big part of that. It has been rewarding to see the numbers I've put together not only get recognized by the Ron Rippey Award judges, but also find a few live runners at a price over the years, as well." The Ron Rippey Handicapping Media Award is open to any article, blog post, or video pertaining to a handicapping topic published (in print or online) in the past year. “Handicapping horse races is both an art and a science, and the ability to produce compelling content about the topic is a specialty that deserves recognition,” said Brisnet.com Director of Marketing Ed DeRosa.

Horse Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Total Paddys Day 7 8 7 22 So Big Is Better 5 5 8 18 Sand Victor 5 7 5 17 Es Mi Cielo 5 5 5 15 Our Princess 5 6 11 RB Rich 5 6 11 Ayers 5 5 10 By Golly Its Hot 5 5 10 Burning Fleet 8 8 Quick and Rich 6 6 Sammy V 5 5 RB So Rich 5 5 Djets Son 5 5 Fastandfurious 5 5 My Kaliber 5 5 Twice Rich 5 5 Sand on Fire 5 5 Ms Dixie 5 5

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SeeHorse Wearable A New Option in Horse Care By Gina McKnight, http://ginamc.blogspot.com another company co-funder, Jessica Roberts' idea. She told me that her horse has a busy show season ahead and she really wanted to shine this year so together we developed SeeHorse Wearable to help horse lovers monitor the important vitals of their beloved horse.” Did you develop SeeHorse out of necessity for one of your own horses?

Riding and Writing is an international blog about horses, writers, authors, books, cowboys, equestrians, pet stories, artists, poets, poems, and more horses. As seen on #HorseGirlTV, #LivingRuralTV, #AmericanHorsePublications, #trueCOWBOYmagazine, #HayNetUK, and #GirlGab.com. The following is an interview with Peter Mankowski of SeeHorse Wearable. Reprinted here with permission of the author. From Canada, welcome Peter Mankowski the CEO of SeeHorse Wearable, a device that is designed “especially for the equestrian market by people who love horses.” SeeHorse will monitor your horse’s vital signs to “help you improve the health and performance of your horse.” Congratulations, Peter, on your new product! An awesome and timely product that is sure to become a stable necessity.

“Most of us at SeeHorse Wearable either have a horse or have had one in the past,” Pete explains. “My background is engineering and I left BlackBerry to pursue something that blends both my skills and passion. When I was younger, I worked on the artificial human heart and found the work exciting and challenging. Saving a life of a living organism is huge responsibility and I wanted to do something relevant. I used to work for BlackBerry in Canada and lead a research and development team. Innovation is in my DNA and I have always dreamed of developing and designing my own gadget. My son left for out-of-town university and the house was so quiet with just my wife Beata and our dog Batxer so to work I went. I didn't want to build another invention for humans and thought of going back to my childhood passion – horses. I started riding in Europe around the age of 5 but did not compete until my teens. Building the first SeeHorse was a result of 17 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015

Definitely, we built it for our own horses first. As we visit friends or show horses we face frequent horse care, injuries and transportation challenges. Without an actual business plan, we just looked at what we needed and wanted as horse lovers and that was how SeeHorse was born. Last year, one of our horses got really hurt during transportation in the trailer. I always felt that I could have done something to see it coming and SeeHorse now lets us predict when a horse needs a break during transportation. Where exactly is SeeHorse positioned for best results? Does it require a special halter/bridle?


No special halter/bridle is required. We provide several straps and options on how to mount it. We did not want to force users to replace what they already had. What statistics are monitored by SeeHorse? Temperature Heart rate Respiratory Horse’s movement Fitness level Count steps Calories Pregnancy analytics Is SeeHorse configured by breed, age, or specific (horse) intrinsic, or is it ready to go out-of-the-box for all horses? Each Seehorse is ready to help you out-of-the-box by being pre-configured during assembly. Later, you will configure your device to match closely to your horse's needs and customize what vitals you want to closely monitor. I can share my horse’s statistics with my veterinarian, Facebook and Twitter with your app? Yes, your horse will have a Facebook

and Twitter account allowing frequent updates, even when you are not around. Any important changes are sent automatically. My horse emails me few time a day and it feels like “we are actually talking.” It feels great to be connected. In addition, you could configure alarms and notifications to be emailed to vets, trainers, and anybody who needs to stay in the loop. Is the device waterproof and roll proof for horses on continuous pasture? Yes and yes. We tried our best to make it right. Horses are very large animals so if any point the device does break, we replace those as a part of our company policy, at no cost. What drives the SeeHorse battery/ power? The SeeHorse battery needs recharging and we provide you with the wireless charging pad. Simply place your SeeHorse on it and wait. Another really great feature is the kinetic energy charger that translates your horse's movement into energy. If your horse is active, it will generate its own power. We thought: why not use what universe already gave us – Motion. This

Here is another beautiful 2015 foal. This one, a colt by Chndaka out of Gollys Gigi, by By Golly, was bred in Texas by Michelle Morgan of Mandolynn Hill Farm. 19 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015

is 100% green power, with zero pollution. The first thing that comes to mind is the pregnant mare ready to foal and how this app can provide critical information directly to the horse owner and vet. Can you share a success story? In our area, horse breeders are plentiful and all of them have the same challenge – when is the foal going to arrive? We discovered that our SeeHorse can accurately determine mare foaling. It is more than a simple alarm but a proactive notification of things to come. In addition to the Night Watch feature, SeeHorse helps with watching over your mare and her well-being. What is in the future for SeeHorse? We are at the most critical junction and additional funding is required. We hope to continue strong sales and find investors to bring this concept to every horse very soon. We are hoping to be funding over the next few months so we can continue into the next phase of our business. For more information about SeeHorse Wearable, visit www.seehorse.ca.


Vive La France! Text and photos by Debbie Burt

www.equinecreativemedia.com Four enticing days in Paris begin with one of the few Arabian racehorse sales in the world. Two juvenile events follow, then a four-year-old fillies’ contest, which only serves to whet the appetite for the main course – the World Cup, a feast of Group 1 Purebred Arabian action, all run over 2000m (a mile and a quarter). Saint-Cloud, recently spared from the threat of development, was as beautiful as always, and the first of the Group 1’s, the Qatar Total Arabian Trophy des Poulains confirmed that HH Sheikh Hamdan had found a new star in Muraaqib (FR). A striking son of Munjiz (FR), out of the homebred Tashreefat (GB), he had impressed when winning at Deauville in August on his first attempt at this trip, showing a clean pair of heels to his rivals which included Mabrooka (FR), who had beaten him over a mile at Chantilly in June. Settled in mid-division, regular pilot Francois Xavier Bertras made his move at the 500m mark and Murraqib appeared to be travelling well within himself. However he was not handed an easy victory as in Deauville. Coming wide down the centre of the track was RB Burn (US), and the two colts accelerated clear of their rivals with 200m to go. Muraaqib had to show his mettle and RB Burn went down by a neck, with Alsaker (FR) six lengths back in third. This form was later confirmed in the Qatar Total Arabian Trophy des Pouliches, when Mabrooka, also coming from off the pace, scored by a length and three quarters. HH Sheikh Mansoor’s Mahabb (FR) filly showed a considerable turn of foot to make up many lengths in the home straight and won going away from Worood (FR). Naziq (FR) in the same ownership and by the same sire, filled the third spot, also six lengths behind the second.

The next day at Longchamp, having been third (with Alsaker) and second (with Worood), the Royal Cavalry of Oman finally clinched Group 1 success that weekend with Sylvine Al Maury (FR), who also provided a further triumph for her sire Munjiz in the Qatar Total Arabian Trophy des Juments. A runner-up in the fillies’ contest at Saint-Cloud last year for her owner-breeder Rene Koch, she has progressed in the Cavalry’s distinctive colours with a half length second to Mister Ginoux (FR) in the French Derby Group 1 PA and two subsequent Group 3 PA wins at La Teste over the summer. Jean-Bernard Eqyeum had her tracking her pace-setting stablemate Bellone Du Croate (FR). They took it up with 400m to run for a smooth two and a half length victory over Gidwa (GB). A daughter of Amer, she filled the same spot as her half sister Djainka Des Forges (FR) did in 2013. A length back in third was Bint Jakkarta (QA), in company with another Munjiz filly Yathrib, they were a good ten lengths clear of the remainder. As befits a prize fund of €1 million Euros, not only was there a full field of 20 runners for Sunday's Qatar Arabian World Cup, but they were of the highest order. Last year’s winner Djainka Des Forges was bidding to emulate the fabulous French Thoroughbred Arc winner Treve – with back to back wins - however with drying ground at Longchamp all week, underfoot conditions were not in her favour. For the same stable was Gazwan (GB), an impressive four year old winner of the Shadwell Dubai International, his trainer Julian Smart felt that though he was entitled to line up, this would probably not be his year. Sir Bani Yas (FR) also had plenty at stake, he had won the

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first leg of the newly established Doha Triple Crown at Goodwood and if successful here and then in the HH Emir’s Sword in Qatar next February, he would be in line for the $1 million dollar bonus. Al Mourtajez (FR) had put in a disappointing effort when a never nearer fifth in the Prix Dragon (World Cup trial) over course and distance the previous month. However as a winner of four Group 1’s and three Group 3 contests, he was still a force to be reckoned with. Also for Thomas Fourcy and Al Shaqab was Al Mouwaffak (FR). He had struggled since winning the Group 2 Sheikh Zayed Cup (Prix Carthage) in April, but came back to something like his best when runner up to Al Mourtajez at Deauville in August. Of the other fillies, Prada T (NL) had impressed when winning the Group 1 Coupe de Europe over course and distance in May and had been runner-up to Sir Bani Yas at Goodwood. Samima (FR) had won the Prix Dragon trial ahead of a number of these including Loraa (FR), who had won the four year old fillies Trophy here last October, a Group 2 in June and had also been runner-up to Djainka Des Forges at Newbury. In a matter of strides Julien Auge and Al Mourtajez stamped their authority on the eighth running of this contest; sent to the front from the off, they were never headed. The son of Dahess showed all his customary verve that had been lacking in the Prix Dragon and was not found wanting when Auge asked him to quicken turning into the home straight. It was all over with 400m remaining. At 300m it looked like a repeat of the HH Emir’s Sword victory as Djainka Des Forges stayed on; however, she would have to concede the number two spot to Gazwan, who was closing on the outside. She then lost third to Sir Bani Yas, but it was a game effort on unsuitable ground for the filly. Al Mourtajez’s electrifying performance secured a fivelength win in the fastest time in the race’s history. His jockey Julien Auge confirmed, "He has an unusual acceleration for a Purebred Arabian. Last time, he was a shadow of himself...He did not go forward. Sometimes, it happens..." Trainer Thomas Fourcy was relieved. “The last time I did not understand. Maybe I did not give the right orders, I do not know, I did not have a valid explanation. Today, he really proved himself. I knew my horse was good, I trembled all week. I am young and I still have things to learn ... He is exceptional and I won my Arc!"

Arqana Purebred Arabian Sale Saint-Cloud Arqana’s sale was heralded as an outstanding renewal, with the top lot Mont D’Or (FR) (by Mahaab) selling for €210,000 ($238,528). From the Haras De Mandore, he is a full brother to this year’s Dubai Kahayla Classic winner Manark (FR) and was knocked down to Jean-Pierre Deroubaix’s FBA agency. However it was Munjiz’s produce that dominated the two-year old section, with Ehwaz (FR) from Haras de Mandore, fetching €170,000. Khalifa Bin Hamad Al Attiyah outbid Alban de Mieulle, saying that the colt will go into training with Thomas Fourcy. Nicolas de Watrigant of Mandore International Agency secured July Du Falgas (FR) from Haras de Thouars for €150,000. She was a half-sister to Kandar Du Falgas (FR), the winner of three Group 1PA races. Melk (FR), a colt out of Florihala (FR), herself a full sister to the Gr.1 P.A. scorer Dorfa (FR) and another from the Haras de Mandore draft, went for €150,000 to Gérard Larrieu’s Chantilly Bloodstock Agency. Consigned by Ecurie Yann Creff on behalf of Robert Litt, Suleyman, a colt out of the Gr.1 P.A. performer Salma Thabeth, reached a final bid of €125,000 to trainer SandrineValérie Tarrou. The sale recorded a turnover of €2,457,000 ($2,790,783) the second-highest ever figure for this event, which showed a rise of 27% on last year’s figures. The average price was €35,100 ($39,868) showing an increase of 16%, whilst the clearance rate was in excess of 82%. Nine lots sold in excess of €70,000 ($79,509) against four in 2014. Eric Hoyeau, President of ARQANA, commented on the day: “The Pure-bred Arabian Sale is the only session dedicated to this category of horses and now firmly established in the horsemen’s agenda. It really takes the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe underway, which thanks to the support of QREC features the best competitions in the world for Pure-bred Arabians. We are delighted to contribute to this momentum and thrilled to have seen such a vibrant market, both for young stock and horses in training. As for the endurance section, which was only initiated last year, it has already found its audience.”

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The Pride of Poland Summer Sale By Login Blachut The 2015 Pride of Poland Auction, selling Polish elite horses, took place on Sunday August 16. The following day, the Summer Sale took place, where one could buy highclass horses with interesting pedigrees at not-so-exorbitant prices as traditionally sold on the Sunday. For the last 45 years, Janow Sales have been the measuring stick for Arabian horse prices around the world. Year after year, Poland, thanks to a broad base of historically outstanding mares, presents to aficionados from the world over Arab horses of excellence. Top star sellers make up a large portion of a given year’s sales. Janow Auction started in 1970. The first auction to pass the $1 million mark was in 1977, coinciding with the celebration of the 160th year anniversary of the Janow Podlaski Stud. The star sale of that year was grey Carawella, sold to the US for $153,000. This year, with fair weather presiding over the four days, visitors swarmed to see the events. For the first time ever, there were customers from China and, more importantly, there was a record number of buyers. During the National Show, tables in the VIP sector were crammed so closely together it was difficult to circulate! The 2015 catalogue featured 28 lots for the Pride of Poland Sale and 31 lots for the Summer Sale. Both auctions presented mares that had not only excelled at National and International Halter Championships but had mostly successfully competed on the racetrack and had good breeding careers. The three National Stud Farms of Bialka, Janow

The exquisite mare Pepita was the sale's topper at € 1.4 million. Photo by Zuzanna Zajbt.

and Michalow, belonging to the State Agricultural Property Agency, bred the majority of the 59 lots. Our private breeders presented only 12 mares. Numbers speak for themselves: both auctions proved to be a resounding success. Not only due to the thundering music, but also due to the excitement and clapping of onlookers and fervent bidding and exchange of comments among the Arabian horse fraternity from all corners of the world that were buying Polish mares like hotcakes. Only 4 lots did not reach their reserve prices and left the ring unsold: But they too found buyers in the following days. As to the total sales turnover for 2015, it was but € 5 thousand short of the € 4 million mark. The Summer Sale brought € 603,000, so all in all the sales made € 4,598 500. In comparison, last year’s sales amounted to € 2.7 million. Generally speaking, the price levels of this year’s auctions were very high and the top sellers set exorbitant records that probably will not be matched for some years to come. The number 1 Lot, Pepita (Ekstern x Pepesza/Eukaliptus), a 9-year-old flea-bitten beauty, bred and owned by Janow Stud, opened the auction. She had a decent race career of 7 starts (1 win and 6 placed), a successful breeding career (mother of 5) and an extraordinary show record (Polish National Champion and Best in Show, European Silver Champion, All Nations Cup Silver Champion and World Top Ten of 2014). After ardent bidding between stud farms from Saudi Arabia and Qatar, a buyer from Switzerland paid € 1.4 million and took the champion home in foal to Pogrom. It is the highest price ever achieved for an Arabian horse. The previous one was set in 2008 by World Champion mare Kwestura purchased for €1.125 million by Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi from Ajman Stud. The second best price, € 625,000, was achieved by Michalow Stud bred and owned 11 year old, grey Pistoria (Gazal Al Shaqab x Palmira/Monogramm). The mare, in foal to Vitorio TO, went to a fervent admirer of Polish Arabs, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al Thani from Al Zobair Stud. The Polish Stud Falborek Arabians for privately-bred and -owned horses set a new price record when grey Wasa (WH Justice x Waresa/ Empress) achieved €252,000 for owner K. Gozdzialski and went to Qatar.

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All Arabian Horse International Racing Day at Slvzewiec Trac, Warsaw, Poland Text by Login Blachut Photos by Zuzanna Zajbt

The All-Arabian International Horse Racing Day, held once a year for a number of decades, was staged this season on August 24. A nice sunny Sunday afternoon with a light breeze and a fast track attracted large crowds of spectators, punters and international aficionados of Arabian racehorse flesh. They all wanted to admire the 78 contenders taking part in 10 races, 4 of which were stakes with some of the highest purses in our racing calendar. The top attraction of the day was international race number 8, namely, the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan – Europe Cup Gr3 PA. Since 2010 it has been part of the Global Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Flat Racing Festival and the third leg of the Triple Crown along with races held at Duindigt, Holland and in Berlin, Germany. The horse with the highest number of points from the three races, apart from the purse, obtains a bonus of € 30 000 for its owner. The race is for 4-year-olds and up Pure Arabians entered in the WAHO Stud Books at a distance of 2600m. For the Europe Cup there were 9 contenders that went to the starting gate. A fast pace from the start was dictated by the 4 year-old Etorio (Ontario HF x Elegantka z Izby/Mocny) who pulled slowly ahead from the group. Second came Szakur (Akbars x Sulima z Regula/Etar), closely followed by Ameretto. On the bend home Etorio ran out of gas and Ameretto boldly took the lead to slowly pull ahead on the last straight. His big rivals Szakur and Westin could not maintain the pace. In the last two furlongs it was the 7-

The venerable compaigner Amaretto wins his fourth consecutive Europe Cup.

year-old French-bred Ussam de Carrere (Njewman x Assada El Baraka/Mad Oua) that tried to catch the leader, but in vain. Third came Alladyn that managed to dominate Westin and Szakur. Ameretto’s victory by 6 lengths in this race was not a surprise though the time of 3.00.2 was far from its track record. This outstanding racer is by world-renowned race champion sire Amer and out of Win Taouy by Drug. She is the dam of such racers as Djet Taouy (by Dahess), Nekhen Taouy (by Djebbel) and Ramiz Al Aziz (by Akbar). Dr. Daverio and Mannuela Daverio-Sharferberg were delighted with their home-bred performer from their Haras de Bellevue in Grilly, France. Amerreto is in training in Germany with G. Richter. It was his fifth start and fifth win on the Sluzewiec racetrack, always wonderfully led to victory by his Italian jockey M. Manueddo. He is the only racer that won this Europe Cup Gr 3 PA stake four times in a row (2012-2015). He, too, is the only horse that won the Triple Crown for the third consecutive year. Ameretto will start his stud duties as of the 2016 season. Also much awaited was the international AL Khalediah Poland Cup Gr1 for four year olds and up at a distance of a mile. It is the second consecutive year that Saudi Arabian AKF Polska has sponsored this race. This year there was only a small field of 5 racers that went to the post. Muzahim went for the lead setting a brisk pace and slowly pulled away from his contenders. At the top of the straight home he dominated the field by several lengths. It was then that from the rear the four-year-old, grey Mufis started his finish. He gamely fought off Wasliew and Aziz and quickly approached the now slowing Muzahim. But under the expert hand of A. Karadanov the latter managed a one-length victory in 1:49. Five-year-old Muzahim (Nougatin x Malmazja/Wermut) that won post to post was bred by A. Mroczek and is owned and trained by J. Glowacki at the Mala Wies training centre near Warsaw. Mufid (Akbars x Mukata Fata/K A Czubuthan) placed second in this year’s Derby and showed class in this race when pitted against older horses, coming only 2 lengths behind the winner to the joy of his breeder and owner J. Ryszkowski. Mufid is trained by K. Zieminaski. Third was Wasilew, 2¾ lengths behind. He is a seven-year-

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old former Derby and Comparative S. winner. He was bred by FHP Giewont Sp.z.o.o. and is owned and trained by M.M. Wronowski.

lead setting a crisp pace. He unfortunately ran out of steam on the bend home and was easily overtaken by three racers that started their finish, Mogadiusz, V.I.P. Kossack and PourVous Kossack that fought tooth and nail. But the race was won with ease by lightly galloping Tefkir who took the lead in the last furlong of the straight. Time of the race 2:19.1. Tefkir was led to victory by T. Lukasek and is trained by M. Lojek for the owner Z. Gorski. Tefkir (Njewman x Djeurelle/ Karbella) was bred in France by E.A.R.L. de Beguerie. Second, 3¼ lengths behind came V.I.P. Kossack (Marwan x Vydumka/Madiar) followed by one length by chestnut filly PourVous Kossack (Marwan x Pengali Kossack/Bengali d’Albert). Both horses were bred in Holland at the Kossack Stud. PourVous Kossack was recently transferred to race in France.

Mufid wins the Al Khalidiah Europa Cup S.

The betting public showed quite an interest in the Sabellina S. Gr2 at a distance of 2000m for 4-year-old and older mares. This race is treated as one of the last tests before the Oaks that takes place in September. Nine participants went to the gate. As expected it was the betting-publicfavoured grey Farha that went to the front setting a slow pace. Suddenly she improved and pulled away by a number of lengths. This strategy paid off and allowed her to win by a length over her key competitors. Gran and Wameria were too late in realizing their mistake. From behind, the Michalow-bred and -owned Emossa passed Wameria and came in second. Gran came in fourth. Four -year-old victorious Farha was bred by M. Stelmaszczak and is co-owned by her breeder and her trainer M. Wnorowski. Second by ¾ of a length, four year old Emossa is a DA Adios daughter out of Emissa by Ganges in training with E. Zahariev with W. Szymczuk in the irons. The big surprise was the arrival in third place, 6½ lengths behind, of Amer’s daughter Wameria, who many expected would squash all competition. Time of the race was 2:22. The most important international race for three year olds, with a distance of only 2000m, is the Bialka S. Gr1. This year, four strong racers were entered by top Polish trainer, A. Walicki (Poprow, Mogadiusz, PorVous Kossack, V.I.P. Kossack). The two last belong to Mr. K. Gozdzialski who after an absence of 8 years reinvested into racing buying young horses in Holland and France. The most popular among the betting crowd were V.I.P. Kossack, winner of both his starts, and the only filly, PourVous Kossack, that recently won a 1600m race in the record time, for a 3 year old, of 1:49.4. Many, too, bet on the bay colt Tefkir that showed great potential with two wins in two starts. At the start of the race it was the bay colt Poryw that took the

Another very interesting race was the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship IFAHR. It is a great international incentive for young riders. In this case the ten riders came from four continents and 10 different countries. It was the rider from Canada, Brandon Duchaine, who easily won the mile long race in the time of 1:50.2 by 5 lengths on the seven year old stallion Kasir Al Khaleidiah. Second, was a lady rider from Great Britain, S. Killoran, on 6-year-old Siergo, a son of Gorec, beating M. Thackeray on Fuksus by a neck. It is fascinating to observe the major improvements and positive changes that the Middle East sponsors have made at all levels in Arabian horse racing. They have sure made a difference in Poland, which was evident during the All Arabian International Racing Day in Warsaw. The whole racing crowd is in debt to HH Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed, HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak and Al Khaleldiah Poland for supporting such world-class races and events. Thank you and please do continue your sponsorship of Arabian horse races.

Canadian rider Brandon Duchaine wins the HH Sheika Fatima Bint Mubaracek aboard Kasir Al Khaleidiah.

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Our Princess and Paddy's Day the Victors of the Divisional Grade 3 Arabian Stallion S. By Lone Star Park Publicity GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (Friday, October 16, 2015) - Cre Run Enterprises, LLC's OUR PRINCESS with jockey Kirstan Swan at the reins was first to the finish in the Grade 3 Arabian Stallion Stakes, filly & mare division. The five-year-old mare by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE won the one mile contest in a final time of 1:50.61 on a fast main track. Fractional times were :26.97, :53.37 and 1:21.69. Trained by Lynn A. Ashby, OUR PRINCESS settled well back in the field, rallied outside on the far turn and with an outside bid in the stretch, hooked up in a duel with and prevailing over stablemate ROYAL RICHESS by three-quarters of a length Our Princess bests her stablemate Royal Richess. Photo courtesey of Dustin Orona at the finish line. The win was her sevPhotography. enth from 14 career starts, and boosted her bankroll to $101,788. Mutuels for the coupled entry of OUR PRINCESS and Saint Laurent Manganate ROYAL RICHESS returned $5.60, $3.80 and $3.00. DC Mandragore Nivour De Cardonne WILLYS SONG returned $2.80 for show. RB FRYNC Baroud III BROAD, MY VAZ IS HOT, DHAAN, LIL RICH GIRL, RB Pistache Du Cassou Nevadour RICH KIN and HESSTER completed the order of finish. Our Princess JEWELL AA was a late scratch. Wiking Monarch AH

*Sasanka

Meanwhile, PADDYS DAY demolished the field in the Probat Ferrara PASB colt & gelding division, winning the one-mile race by Fatime an astonishing 18 lengths. Final time was 1:48.62 with fractions of :27.04, :53.24 and 1:20.46 on a fast main track. Raced by Quarter Moon Ranch LLC and trained by Scott Powell, the four-year-old colt by BURNING SAND was four wide on the first turn, contested the pace on the outside, then shook clear near the quarter pole, was put to the whip turning for home to draw off widening the gap. Jockey Kelsi Purcell was aboard for the trip. Monarchs Princess

After four late scratches from the race, the final field was whittled down to just four causing a cancellation on show, Trifecta and Superfecta wagering. Mutuels on the winner returned $2.40 and $2.10. EASTER MAN returned $3.40 for place. CHNDAKASEXPRESS and THESS IS AWESOME completed the order of finished. The scratched horses were RB BRILLIANT, RB RICH, RC MADJYK MAN and UPTOWN DANNYS BOY. With the win, PADDYS DAY improved his record to 14-11-2-0 and increased his earnings to $138,708. 25 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


Paddy's Day and Kelsi Purcell romp to another victory. Photo courtesey of Dustin Orona Photography.

Paddy's Day Adds Arabian Racing Cup Derby to Win List Paddys Day came back to run a week after a game defeat in the 1-mile, Grade II Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Arabian Cup to resurgent veteran So Big Is Better and showed no hints of fatigue while driving on to win the $19,698 Arabian Racing Cup Derby at Los Alamitos over the 5/8-mile oval. Breaking from the outside and coming in slightly out the gate, Paddys Day traversed an overland route fivewide past the judges in the opening furlong before steadily sweeping over into the lead around the club*Mirzaz house turn. He set the tempo and led the field through San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose solid fractions of 24.84 for a quarter and 50.62 for a Burning Sand Azlaf Azjdib half, and maintained a clear lead thru the backstretch Du Smaragda Rozane into the far turn. Paddys Day Kesberoy

Virgule Al Maury Early pace factors My Thunder Bolt, Callamitty Jane, Valse Du Cassou and Z Yoyo Go began to fade out of contention, leaving AK Loretta Wiking Raineing Sand as the main threat. The gray colt, Lore MSA Zbritzka trained by Helen Shelley and ridden by Cheryl Charlton, launched a bold bid past the 3/16ths and loomed dangerously approaching the homestretch.

The question was then asked of Paddys Day, who responded under confident left-handed urging by jockey Kelsi Purcell to repel the challenge of his aforementioned rival and prevail by 1 1/2 lengths for the owning Quarter Moon Ranch LLC of trainer Scott Powell and his wife Lori Powell along with Jim Schleimer and Nicki Forbes Robinson. The 4-year-old bay colt by Burning Sand, out of AK Loretta, bred in Texas by Jane R. Teutsch, finished the 6-furlong two-turn sprint in a swift 1:18.70 and earned $11,055 in his sixth stakes triumph and seventh victory in nine starts for the year to increase his lifetime bankroll to $128,708 from 10 wins in 13 starts. Stablemate Sandicheeks, a gray filly, finished seven lengths behind in third to complete an all-Burning Sand sired trifecta. - Corey Kwok 26 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


Uptown Dannys Boy Makes the WATHBA STUD FARM CUP His Fourth Win in a Row By Corliss Hazard

Photo courtesey of Dustin Orona Photography.

October 9, 2015 - Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie ~ Uptown Dannys Boy took charge in the stretch run and was much the best in the Wathba Stud Farm Cup allowance race for 3-year-olds and upward. The seven furlong challenge paying a purse of $12,000 is part of a purebred Arabian racing series under the umbrella of the Sheikh Mansoor Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival. Uptown Dannys Boy broke first from the start, then settled in third position stalking the pace set by My Vaz Is Hot. Going four wide in the turn, Uptown Dannys Boy gained the advantage and went clear by 2 1/2 lengths by the finish. My Vaz Is Hot was a convincing second, followed by Chndakasexpress, Hesster, and Dartyn Kriss SWA. Three horses were scratched from the race; Es Mi Cielo (Stewards), Ibn Moulin Rouge (Veterinarian) and Kafo (Veterinarian.) Finishing time for the 7 furlongs was 1.36.79. Uptown Dannys Boy is a quiet, easy going 3-year-old colt bred by Claudia Spears and her late husband Dan, and is owned by Krista Henningsgard. He was ridden by Travis Wales, and is trained by Lynn Ashby. The dapple grey colt was foaled in Texas, and is by Burning Sand out of Wibwilcca, by Wilkolak. Wibwilcca was an impressive stakes mare herself with 12 wins, 12 seconds, 5 thirds from 46 starts, and has been a stellar producer. She is also the dam of stakes winners DC WILLEYS SONG and DC WILLFUL SPIRIT. Ridden by Kelsi Purcell, second place finisher My Vaz Is Hot is a 5-year-old chestnut mare bred by Todd Moak. She is sired by Burning Sand and out of the Monarch AH daughter Forty All. She has posted 4 wins, 3 seconds, and 1 third in 26 career starts. My Vaz Is Hot is trained by Renee Lefleur and owned by Sam Vasquez. Third place, the handsome bay Chndakasexpress, is *Mirzaz San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose a two time winner bred and owned by Ed Wilson. Burning Sand This 4-year-old colt is by Chndaka and out of Grand Azlaf Azjdib Du Smaragda Rozane Masquerade, by Monarch AH. He is trained by Eric Uptown Dannys Boy Schneider and was ridden by Jacquelyn Bobroff. This race was Uptown Dannys Boy's fourth straight win in a row, and secured his spot as leading 3 year old colt by earnings in the USA.

Wilkolak

El Paso Wadera

Wibracja

Elef Wieza

Wibwilcca

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Ayers Three-Peats in the K Cuch Jedan S. at Fresno By Cory Kwok (@SwaggyCDawg) *Mirzaz San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose Burning Sand

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

ZT Ali Baba

Moniet El Nafis Imperial Al Ahbab

EI Talquahjamasna

Bezetal Dahshur

Ayers

BW Ali Catt

scooting past Sand Victor and previously undefeated Dream Pearl in the final yards to prevail by a length. Kyle Frey was aboard for trainer Helen Shelley and owner Warren Shelley in the victory. It was Ayers' third straight triumph in the K Cuch Jedan Stakes at the Fresno oval and a third overall stakes win this year. Ayers enroute to his third stakes win of 2015. Photo Credit: Shane Micheli/ Vassar Photography

(Fresno, CA) - We're often confronted in life with choosing either an easy or hard path to success. The latter was certainly true for Ayers in his quest to accomplish a 3-peat in the K Cuch Jedan Stakes. Ayers, sitting towards the rear early and in mid-division along the backstretch, traveled 6 to 7 paths off the home turn and was still considerably wide in midstretch before

The 9-year-old chestnut horse by Burning Sand out of BW Ali Catt, who was bred in Florida by Bill Waldron completed the 1-mile trip in 1:51.82. By Golly Its Hot finished fourth 9 1/4 lengths ahead of True Grit SA in fifth. The top five finishers in the race were all sired by Burning Sand. Twice Rich, prominent in the early stages, folded and finished a distant last. Djets Son bolted and ran into the outer rail near the backstretch chute and did not finish.

Two foals bred by Alan Kirshner and Deb Mihaloff of Cre Run Farm. On the left is a colt by Dahess out of Celeztina, by Sam Tiki. On the right is a filly by Hilal Al Zaman out of Rubie Rose by Rubies De Carrere. 28 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


A ra b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of October 10, 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 UPTOWN DANNYS BOY BURNING SAND x WIBWILCCA HENNINGSGARD JON 5(4-1-0) 2 RB MADJYK MAN MADJANI x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 9(1-3-4) 3 EASTER MAN BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF GILLIS JOSEPH A 3(1-2-0)0-1 4 HIGHH AKTIVITY AKIM DE DUCOR x ALLA MASQUERADE LEMMONS PAUL AND DEBRA 3(1-1-0) 5 JESS IS ON FIRE VAZS BURNING DESTINY x BANDERS NAOMI KU VASQUEZ MARK 4(1-0-1) 6 KAFO BURNING SAND x FRYNCH AL SHAQAB RACING 2(1-0-1) 7 AMBUSH AA ALLEGRO AA x ISIS DE GARGASSAN GILLIS JOSEPH A 3(0-2-0) 8 RB GOLIATH MADJANI x BURNIE GEE PW ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 2(1-0-1) 9 RV MOULINS MONARCH MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE VICKERS EVELYN 2(1-0-0) 10 RB BURN MAJD AL ARAB x BURNIE GEE PW ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 1(1-0-0)

$31,700 $14,560 $14,000 $5,982 $5,181 $4,494 $4,125 $3,834 $3,456 $3,180

3 YEAR OLD FILLIES 1 JEWELL AA 2 RB BIG N RICH 3 LADY HAHA 4 RB MADYMOISELLE 5 RB ROYALE MADAME 6 SAND LILLY 7 MADGICALL 8 SAND DOVE 8 WALL STREET WATCH 10 RV BINT ROUGE

BURNING SAND x TRIUMPHS PEARL GILLIS JOSEPH A 4(2-1-1)1-1 TH RICHIE x BURNIE GEE PW ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 3(1-1-0)0-1 NORPHE x HILARITIE SMOKE KATHRYN OR PAUL 4(1-0-2) MAJD AL ARAB x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARM LLC 2(2-0-0) MAJD AL ARAB x ROYALE FANFARE ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 1(1-0-0) BURNING SAND x TRI TIKI JOY GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 3(1-1-1) MADJANI x TU FOR ALL CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 4(0-0-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x DISH THE DOSH GILLIS JOSEPH A 1(0-1-0) THOROUGHBRED x SAND WITCHH NEIVENS GUY 1(0-1-0) MOULIN ROUGE MAF x BINT BASKETTE VICKERS EVELYN 2(0-0-1)

$25,400 $11,200 $9,400 $7,200 $6,000 $5,205 $3,050 $2,000 $2,000 $680

4 YEAR OLD COLTS AND GELDINGS 1 PADDYS DAY BURNING SAND x AK LORETTA QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 9(7-2-0)6-2 2 ES MI CIELO BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT VASQUEZ SAM 13(3-3-2)0-4 3 F SIXTEEN THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE NEIVENS GUY 4(3-0-1)1-0 4 LAZUR HESS DAHESS x RZOE LUTE ASHBY MARK J 9(1-2-4)0-2 5 SAND VICTOR BURNING SAND x VAGUE DE GEMME GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 91-1-2)1-1 6 FEARSOME THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE RIGBIE FARM 8(2-3-0) 7 RAINEING SAND BURNING SAND x PS STINAS SAGE SHELLEY WARREN 8(3-2-1) 8 DESERT HONOUR NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ANNAS DESERT ROSE RICHARDS STEVEN 8(2-1-0) 9 MY THUNDER BOLT THE LAST DANSE x FRENCH TWIST RUBIN HOWIE 12(2-3-3) 10 MEGA HORSE OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET x VERONIQUE RUVALCABA RAFAEL 5(2-2-0)

$112,160 $33,386 $31,625 $27,660 $25,243 $24,925 $17,844 $17,525 $17,194 $12,654

4 YEAR OLD FILLIES 1 RB FRYNCH BROAD 2 ALL N ALL 3 THROUGHLEAP 4 TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS 5 DREAM PEARL 6 HESSTER 7 SANDICHEEKS 8 CHARICH 9 RB RICH KIN 10 EXTRA HOPE

MADJANI x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 6(4-1-0)2-1 $45,795 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 5(1-3-0)1-2 $30,645 THOROUGHBRED x A NOBLE LEAP HENNINGSGARD KRISTA 11(1-3-2)0-2 $23,339 DAHESS x TOPPOFTHECLASS KLAUS PHILIP 5(2-1-1)0-1 $19,425 BURNING SAND x TRIUMPHS PEARL BURT, CALL, EATON AND SOLTAU 4(4-0-0)1-0 $19,055 DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE MARK POWELL 9(2-2-1) $17,235 BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 9(2-1-2) $14,063 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM REYNOLDS JEREMY 7(1-0-2) $13,435 TH RICHIE x GINKA WALDRON DIANNE K 8(0-2-2)0-2 $11,070 BURNING SAND x TRIEXTRA POWELL MARK 3(1-2-0) $10,000

OLDER HORSES 1 SO BIG IS BETTER 2 RB RICH 3 QUICK AND RICH 4 BURNING FLEET 5 AYERS 6 TRUE GRIT SA 7 THESS IS AWESOME 8 RB BRILLIANT 9 CHNDAKAEXPRESS 10 TWICE RICH

BURNING SAND x WW MIRROR IMAGE POWELL MARK 11(4-2-0)2-0 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE FORD GARRETT 9(2-2-4)1-4 TH RICHIE x QUICK NOON FRITZ TOM 6(2-2-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 1(1-0-0)1-0 BURNING SAND x BW ALI CATT SHELLEY WARREN 6(2-2-0)2-2 BURNING SAND x DUNOIRE SHELLEY HELEN 12(1-4-0) DAHESS x IN AWE CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 4(0-2-0)0-1 BURNING SAND x AMMANTE FORD GARRETT 5(2-1-1)0-2 CHNDAKA x GRAND MASQUERADE WILSON ED 9(1-3-3)0-1 TH RICHIE x VIRTEUCE SHELLEY WARREN 8(1-0-4)0-4 29 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015

$84,224 $36,757 $31,554 $30,840 $21,975 $15,941 $15,205 $14,885 $13,623 $11,408


Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of October 10, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club.

OLDER MARES 1 SAND ON FIRE 2 DC WILLEYS SONG 3 MS DIXIE 4 ROYAL RICHESS 5 OUR PRINCESS 6 PICK ME 7 ONE HOT CHICK 8 MY VAZ IS HOT 9 RB CANTATA 10 SOUL SISSTER

BURNING SAND x B J ZELL TEUTSCH JANE 7(2-1-2)2-2 DORAN SBFAR x WIBWILCCA HENNINGSGARD JON 5(3-1-0)2-0 BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 6(2-2-0)1-2 TH RICHIE x ROYAL ARENNA FOSTOCK ANN 4(1-2-1)0-1 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x MONARCHS PRINCESS CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 4(1-0-1)0-1 DORMANE x SHALL WE DANCE BW POWELL PRESTON 8(1-2-2) BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI SHELLEY WARREN 6(1-1-0)0-1 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL VASQUEZ SAM 8(0-1-1)0-1 CALIN DU LOUP x FRAYNCE SMEDING LETTIE 9(2-0-0) DORMANE x TIKIS FRENCH KISS QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 13(1-1-3)

$50,610 $44,700 $27,790 $24,485 $22,670 $12,186 $12,175 $11,203 $10,312 $8,267

Leading Sires

SIRE/YOB 1 BURNING SAND 1986 2 TH RICHIE 2001 3 DAHESS 1999 4 THOROUGHBRED 2002 5 MADJANI 2000 6 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE 1995 7 DORAN SBFAR 1998 8 THE LAST DANSE 2003 9 CHNDAKA 1990 10 CALIN DU LOUP

STRS 38 13 9 5 6 5 1 5 3 3

WNRS/ WINS 26/52 6/8 4/6 3/6 3/6 3/4 1/3 1/2 2/2 1/2

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 10/18 $660,284 PADDYS DAY/$112,160 1/1 $154,357 RB RICH/$36,757 1/1 $123,619 ALL N ALL/$30,645 1/1 $82,489 F SIXTEEN/$31,625 1/2 $7,814 RB FRENCH BROAD/$45,795 0/0 $53,410 OUR PRINCESS/$22,670 1/2 $44,700 DC WILLEYS SONG/$44,700 0/0 $23,299 MY THUNDER BOLT/$17,194 0/0 $21,601 CHNDAKASEXPRESS/$13,623 0/0 $21,488 RB CANTATA/$10,312

Leading Dams DAM/YOB/SIRE STRS 1 AK LORETTA 2004 (VIRGULE AL MAURY) 1 2 WW MIRROR IMAGE 1994 (ZT ALI BABA) 1 3 WIBWILCCA 1994 (WILKOLAK) 2 4 FRYNCH 2000 (DORMANE) 4 5 DIXIES VALENTINE 2005 (NIVOUR DE CARDONNE) 2 6 B J ZELL 2001 (BRUSALLY ORLEN) 2 7 ANGEL PROOF 2003 (NF PROOF) 2 8 ROYALE FANFARE 1996 (MONARCH AH) 3 9 TRIUMPHS PEARL 2005 (SEYVILLA TRIUMPH) 2 10 HEAVEN KAN WAIT 1998 (VIRGULE AL MAURY) 2

WNRS/ WINS 1/7 1/4 2/7 4/8 2/5 1/2 2/2 2/3 2/6 1/3

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 1/6 $112,160 PADDYS DAY/$112,160 1/2 $84,224 SO BIG IS BETTER/$84,224 1/2 $76,400 DC WILLEYS SONG/$44,700 1/2 $72,049 RB FRYNCH BROAD/$45,795 1/1 $56,550 F SIXTEEN/$31,625 1/2 $51,770 SAND ON FIRE/$50,610 1/1 $44,840 BURNING FLEET/$30,840 1/1 $44,700 RB RICH/$36,757 2/2 $44,455 JEWELL AA/$25,400 0/0 $33,386 ES MI CIELO/$33,386

Leading Broodmare Sires PRODUCING BROODMARE SIRE/YOB DAUGTHERS STARTERS 1 VIRGULE AL MAURY 1989 45 14 2 MONARCH AH 1987 104 18 3 ZT ALI BABA 1981 49 3 4 DORMANE 1984 114 6 5 WIKING 1979 142 16 6 WILKOLAK 1976 4 2 7 SEYVILLA TRIUMPH 1982 10 5 8 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE 1995 6 3 9 PATRIOT MISSLE 1991 12 7 10 BRUSALLY ORLEN 1981 13 2

WNRS/ SW/ WINS WINS EARNINGS 6/15 1/6 $205,002 9/11 1/1 $166,356 3/7 2/4 $84,224 6/12 1/2 $97,246 7/8 1/1 $90,254 2/7 1/2 $76,400 4/8 2/2 $64,160 2/5 1/1 $57,150 3/4 0/0 $54,870 1/2 1/2 $51,770

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Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of October 10, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Leading Owners

NAME RECORD 1 QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 58(15-6-8)7-6 2 POWELL MARK 56(8-9-7)2-1 3 ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 26(11-6-5)2-2 4 CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 33(2-6-5)1-5 5 SHELLEY WARREN 38(8-9-5)2-9 6 HENNINGSGARD JON 13(6-3-0)2-0 7 FORD GARRETT 27(4-4-7)1-6 8 GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 13(3-2-3)2-1 9 VASQUEZ SAM 38(5-7-5)0-5 10 NEIVENS GUY 17(4-2-2)1-0

EARNINGS $186,171 $135,550 $93,444 $83,189 $74,859 $73,475 $61,600 $61,288 $58,156 $48,120

Leading Trainers

NAME RECORD 1 ASHBY LYNN 68(13-14-14)2-10 2 POWELL SCOTT 70(17-8-10)9-8 3 POWELL MARK 68(9-10-11)3-1 4 SHELLEY HELEN 72(11-14-6)2-9 5 NUNLEY RANDY 38(8-6-4)1-1 6 TORREZ JERENESTO 35(10-8-7)2-3 7 SMITH GUY 32(6-9-8)2-3 8 BRAND ELIZABETH 62(9-9-13)1-6 9 LAFLEUR RENEE 50(6-8-7)0-5 10 DANYLUK KEN 55(6-7-4)1-0

EARNINGS $239,265 $239,107 $146,888 $108,490 $105,069 $103,123 $98,650 $94,222 $66,727 $61,663

Leading Breeders

NAME RECORD 1 DIANNE K WALDRON 92(19-13-24)3-12 2 JANE TEUTSCH 38(10-5-3)8-4 3 JOSEPH OR BETTY GILLIS 43(12-11-7)4-4 4 ALAN KIRSHNER OR DEBORAH MIHALOFF 61(7-11-6)1-7 5 BILL WALDRON 52(8-10-5)3-4 6 JAMES AND DIANNE MORRIS 11(4-2-0)2-0 7 DANIEL OR CLAUDIA SPEARS 10(7-2-0)2-0 8 GUY NEIVENS 25(6-4-2)1-0 9 L TODD MOAK 49(5-8-7)0-2 10 SAM VASQUEZ 48(4-8-7)1-4

EARNINGS $202729 $179,735 $150,688 $150,420 $93,615 $84,224 $76,400 $69,960 $62,407 $56,459

Leading Jockeys

NAME RECORD 1 PURCELL KELSI 21(8-6-0)6-3 2 WALES TRAVIS 21(6-7-1)2-2 3 SWAN KIRSTEN 34(5-3-6)1-4 4 CEDENO CAROL 19(8-5-2)1-0 5 PAZ ROBERT 11(4-2-2)2-0 6 VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO 19(9-2-3)2-1 7 CHIAPPE RICARDO 22(7-4-4)1-2 8 MCNEIL ERIK 22(7-2-4)1-4 9 FLORES PEDRO 20(7-4-4)2-1 10 COA KEIBER 16(3-2-6)1-0

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EARNINGS $129,946 $94,498 $91,225 $89,560 $81,869 $79,588 $73,480 $55,650 $55,146 $45,510


2015 Ru n n e rs as of October 10, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. HORSE'S NAME A LADYS MAN A ONE ABBOTT AIMEE OAKLEE PW AKAI BBF ALL N ALL ALPHAA AMAZING CHERI MHF AMBUSH AA AYERS BABY GRAND CS BARKODE PW BELL SOUTH BEE VEE BEE 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 EASTER MAN ENORA BBF ES MI CIELO EXTRA HOPE F SIXTEEN FADHLULLAH KINNDAH FASTANDFURIOUS FEARSOME FINE CUT FINE HESST FLEUR CHERIE FLEUR DAMOUR FOX TAIL FRONT ROWE GET R DONE GOLLY BRAEBRAE GOLLY ZANDS HESSTER HIGHH AKTIVITY HOT LAVA IBN MOULIN ROUGE IL AZEUS IN X HESS ITS A HEMI IVORY SHORES JESS IS ON FIRE JEWELL AA JUNIA

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 6(1-0-1) $8,705 ALA CROIXNOIRE x SHES THE MOST g 2(0-0-0) $174 AIM SOUTH x ATLANTISE f 5(1-0-0) $4,611 KAOLINO x ADULATION c 3(1-0-1) $5,507 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY f 5(1-3-0)1-2 $30,645 NOBLE HOUSE x THEATRE f 1(0-0-0) $125 AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-0) $87 ALLEGRO AA x ISIS DE GARGASSAN c 3(0-2-0) $4,125 BURNING SAND x BW ALI CATT c 6(2-2-0)2-2 $22,975 KADOR DE BLAZIET x BABY O f 12(1-0-3) $6,456 BARKON x PEACHES FPA c 1(0-0-0) $300 AIM SOUTH x HALIANNA f 12(1-2-1) $7,596 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(1-1-1) $4,648 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 10(1-4-0)0-1 $10,457 BURNING SAND x GOLLY GAL g 8(1-1-1)1-0 $10,552 LZP JERRYZELL x LZP LEGACY JANE f 9(1-0-2) $7,028 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM f 7(1-0-2) $13,435 CHNDAKA x GRAND MASQUERADE c 9(1-3-3)0-1 $13,623 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL c 2(2-0-0) $6,480 BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI c 3(1-1-0) $5,108 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 10(1-2-0) $8,145 DORAN SBFAR x WIBWILCCA f 5(3-1-0)2-0 $44,700 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ANNAS DESERT ROSE c 8(2-1-0) $17,525 BURNING SAND x QUEEN KONG f 4(0-1-2) $5,150 DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN c 7(1-0-0) $7,450 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 4(4-0-0)1-0 $19,055 BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF c 3(1-2-0)0-1 $14,000 KAOLINO x ENDORA BBF f 1(0-0-0) $0 BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT c 13(3-3-2)0-4 $33,386 BURNING SAND x TRIEXTRA f 3(1-2-0) $10,000 THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE c 4(3-0-0)1-0 $31,625 KADOR DE BLAZIET x CANDIE CS c 3(0-0-0) $725 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(0-0-1) $980 THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE c 8(2-3-0) $24,925 THOROUGHBRED x CASHMEIRE f 1(0-0-0) $300 DAHESS x FULL OF FINESS c 2(0-0-0) $1,200 D ARTAGNAN KS x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-1) $580 GOREC x SHIPPEY LANE f 3(1-0-0) $5,000 ALTO DE MALIGNE x DELPHINE f 1(0-0-0) $125 NOBLE HOUSE x THEATRE c 5(1-0-1) $9,210 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 11(0-3-2) $6,872 DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE f 9(2-2-1) $17,235 AKIM DE DUCOR x ALLA MASUERADE c 3(1-1-0) $5,982 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 WIESZCZEK x ELSPETH c 2(0-0-0) $489 DAHESS x EASTER IA c 2(0-0-0) $684 NASSEM DE BLAZIET x BRISTOL BREEZE c 3(1-0-1) $6,000 BURNING SAND x FRENCH SHORES f 4(1-0-1)0-1 $9,040 VAZS BURNING DESTINY x BANDERS NAOMI KU c 4(1-0-1) $5,181 BURNING SAND x TRIUMPHS PEARL f 4(2-1-1)1-1 $25,400 DJET SET DE FALGAS x BJ ZELL f 1(0-1-0) $1,160 32 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


KAFO KEEP ON DREAMIN KELLORA SWA KOUNT CZESTER SWA KUSU KISS LADY HAHA LAZUR HESS LEGACY AA MADGICALL MEGA HORSE MICCAH MISS PARADISE MOTOWN RISING MS DIXIE MY CHARADE MY DURANGO EXPRESS MY KALIBER MY LARAMIE MY NITRO MY THUNDER BOLT MY VAZ IS HOT 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 QWEENS LACE R-KIDD RAINEING SAND RB BIG N RICH RB BRILLIANT RB BURN RB BURN BABY BURN RB CANTATA RB CREED RB DJUDGE DJUDY RB FRYNCH BROAD RB GOLIATH RB HOT BUNS RB MADJYK MAN RB MADYMOISELLE RB RICH RB RICH KIN RB ROYALE MADAME RB SO RICH RICH QUEENIE RICHLY KEPT ROYAL RICHESS RV BINT ROUGE RV GRANDE ROUGE RV MOULINS MONARCH RV ROULETTE SALMEEN SAMMY V SAND DOVE SAND LILLY SAND ON FIRE SAND VICTOR SANDICHEEKS SEAHAWK RC SERGEANT PEPPER MHF SIERRA WINDS

BURNING SAND x FRYNCH c 2(1-0-1) $4,494 KAOLINO x DREAM KEEPER f 1(0-0-0) $125 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 KUSU MAN x GLORYOSKI f 3(0-0-0) $843 NORPHE x HILARITIE f 4(1-0-2) $9,400 DAHESS x RZOE LUTE c 9(1-2-4)0-2 $27,660 TRI TRAVELLER x FERDA OKBA c 3(0-0-0) $850 MADJANI x TU FOR ALL f 4(0-0-1)0-1 $3,050 OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET x VERONIQUE c 5(2-2-0) $12,654 DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN c 1(0-0-0) $58 PARADOR x NOVELYNN f 2(0-0-0) $1,435 KAOLINO x IM IN ORBIT c 1(1-0-0) $4,020 BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE f 6(2-2-0)1-2 $27,790 THE LAST DANSE x HERE KITTY KITTY f 1(0-0-0) $176 THE LAST DANSE x DOYA JUANA DANCE g 5(0-0-0) $691 KADOR DE BLAZIET x SOUTHERN STYLE g 1(0-0-0) $190 THE LAST DANSE x SOUTHERN STYLE g 1(0-0-0) $176 KAOLINO x FRENCH TWIST g 7(0-1-0) $2,880 THE LAST DANSE x FRENCH TWIST c 12(2-2-3) $17,194 BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL f 8(0-1-1)0-1 $11,203 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 6(1-1-0)0-1 $12,175 LINE DANCER x CLEARLY CLASSIC c 1(0-0-0) $116 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x MONARCHS PRINCESS f 4(1-0-1)0-1 $22,670 DAHESS x RUBIE ROSE g 2(0-0-0) $900 BURNING SAND x AK LORETTA c 9(7-2-0)6-2 $112,160 DORMANE x SHALL WE DANCE PW f 8(1-2-2) $12,186 AKIM DE DUCOR x JESSYS PRINCESS f 2(0-0-0) $100 TH RICHIE x QUICK NOON c 6(2-2-1)0-1 $31,554 SAND TIKI SPECIAL x EDEE ROSE f 2(1-1-0) $4,735 OUR MACHINE x QWEENOFHEARTS f 2(0-0-0) $600 R-KON x PATRIOT GAMES c 3(1-1-0) $6,540 BURNING SAND x PS STINAS SAGE c 8(3-2-1)0-1 $17,844 TH RICHIE x BURNIE GEE PW f 3(1-1-0)0-1 $11,200 BURNING SAND x AMMANTE c 5(2-1-0)0-2 $14,885 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 9(2-0-0) $10,312 CALIN DU LOUP x BURNING FIRESTAR c 4(0-1-2) $3,316 TH RICHIE x DJENUINE f 7(0-0-2) $4,211 MADJANI x FRYNCH f 6(4-1-0)2-1 $45,795 MADJANI x BURNIE GEE PW c 2(1-0-1) $3,834 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ST HOTTIEDOTTIE f 4(1-0-2) $5,303 MADJANI x FRYNCH c 9(1-3-4) $14,560 MAJD AL ARAB x FRYNCH f 2(2-0-0) $7,200 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE c 9(2-2-4)1-4 $36,757 TH RICHIE x GINKGA f 8(0-2-2)0-2 $11,070 MAJD AL ARAB x ROYALE FANFARE f 1(1-0-0) $6,000 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 4(1-2-1)0-1 $24,485 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 MAJD AL ARAB x FAL KHARE c 1(0-0-0) $300 BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT c 1(0-0-0) $0 BURNING SAND x DISH THE DOSH f 1(0-1-0) $2,000 BURNING SAND x TRI TIKI JOY f 3(1-1-1) $5,205 BURNING SAND x B J ZELL f 7(2-1-2)2-2 $50,610 BURNING SAND x VAGUE DE GEMME c 9(1-1-2)1-1 $25,243 BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS f 9(2-1-2)0-1 $14,063 THE LAST DANSE x SABRINA CS c 1(0-0-0) $491 AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE g 3(1-0-0) $3,280 DA ADIOS x A SECOND WIND f 1(0-0-0) $600 33 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


SO BIG IS BETTER SOUL SISSTER SOUTHERLAND SPECIAL P SUMMER REIGN CS TA BELLE DANCE TA MY VIRGULE TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS TELLA MACHINE THE DDRIFTER THESS IS AWESOME THROUGHLEAP TM ALYNN RENE TM BIG PAPA TM ITS JUST ARIDE TM MADDAMEE TRU KAOLINA TRUE GRIT SA TWICE RICH TU FOR THE MONEY UPTOWN DANNYS BOY WALL STREET WATCH WATERFORD CRYSTAL WHADDA QT WILL EYE AM CS WILMA CS WMA DESTINATION WMA FANCY FAYE WMA FLEUR DE LIS WMA FRONTTIER WMA GLORY BOUND WMA KINGDOM COME WMA SANDPAINTING WMA SANDSTORM WMA TEXAS RANGER Z YOYO GO ZELLS BELLS ZELLS FOLLIES

BURNING SAND x WW MIRROR IMAGE DORMANE x TIKIS FRENCH KISS AIM SOUTH x NOVELYNN NO LIMITE x DACETHENIGHTAWAY MKP KADOR DE BLAZIET x REIGN DANCE PW FAVORITT x SAHARA CROIXNOIRE VIRGULE AL MAURY x MY EVANGELINE DAHESS x TOPPOTHECLASS OUR MACHINE x DONNATELLAA SUNDDANCE KIDD x R P ZELL DAHESS x IN AWE THOROUGHBRED x A NOBLE LEAP BURNING SAND x SPILLED PERFUME BURNING SAND x SPILLED PERFUME BURNING SAND x KALDONIA BURNING SAND x SCARLET O SARA KAOLINO x TRULY FLAMING BURNING SAND x DUNOIRE TH RICHIE x VIRTEUCE MADJANI x TU FOR ALL BURNING SAND x WIBWILCCA THOROUGHBRED x SAND WITCHH ALTO DE MALIGNE x SAND WITCHH NO LIMITE x RCF MAID MYDAY NORPHE x CANDIE CS DJET SET DE FALGAS x WILLMA CS THE KENTUCKIAN x DESTTINEE THE KENTUCKIAN x FEMALE FRENZY THE KENTUCKIAN x WMA FLORA THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS THE KENTUCKIAN x RACY LACY THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS THE KENTUCKIAN x PASTELLE RIBBONS THE KENTUCKIAN x SCARLET MRV WESTERN LOVE x WMA RHODA WALK THE LINE x RCF MAID MYDAY S W ZELL x BONITA LORENA S W ZELL x FOLLIES BERGERE

c 11(4-2-0)2-0 f 13(1-1-3) c 2(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) f 6(1-1-2) f 3(0-0-0) c 4(0-0-0) f 5(2-1-1)0-1 c 3(0-0-0) c 3(1-0-0) c 4(0-2-0)0-1 f 11(1-3-2)0-2 f 7(0-1-2) c 3(0-0-0) f 8(1-1-1) f 5(0-2-0) f 6(1-3-0) c 12(1-4-0) g 8(1-0-4)0-4 c 4(0-0-0) c 5(4-1-0) f 1(0-1-0) f 1(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) c 2(0-1-1) f 3(0-0-0) c 4(0-0-1) f 1(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) c 6(1-0-0) f 2(0-0-0) c 9(0-0-2) g 2(0-1-1) c 1(0-0-0) c 1(0-0-0) g 3(1-0-0) c 4(0-1-0) f 1(0-0-0)

$84,224 $8,267 $78 $75 $7,040 $780 $683 $19,425 $1,325 $6,396 $15,205 $23,339 $4,510 $850 $7,895 $7,130 $7,454 $15,941 $11,408 $2,195 $31,700 $2,000 $125 $491 $1,674 $548 $903 $330 $165 $4,020 $200 $3,894 $2,280 $100 $100 $2,216 $3,609 $87

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2015 Rac e Ch arts

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Delaware Park DELAWARE PARK - September 19, 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: $10,500 Value of Race: $10,500 1st $6,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,100, 4th $600, 5th $300, 6th $125, 7th $125, 8th $125, 9th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 2 22Aug15 DEL*USA 9 2 09Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 22Aug15 DEL*USA --9 2 07Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 07Sep15 DEL*USA 9 5 12Aug15 DEL*USA 9 7 12Aug15 DEL*USA 9 7 07Sep15 DEL*USA

PP 7 3 5 6 9 8 2 4 1

Horse Name (Jockey) EASTER MAN (COA KEIBER J) EXTRA HOPE (CEDENO CAROL) RB MADJYK MAN (RODRIGUEZ MARIO) FINE HESST (SWAN KIRSTEN) LADY DAWN AA (ARGUETA EVER) TM BIG PAPA (DOMINGUEZ CHRISTIAN G) SALMEEN (RIVERA GREGORIO A) LEGACY AA (CAMPBELL JANELLE) WMA SEASAND (SOLIS MARTIN)

Fractional Times: 25.68 52.33 1:05.80 Split Times: (26.65) (13.47) (13.55)

Wgt 119 121 114 119 114 119 119 119 121

Start 1 5 2 7 3 8 9 6 4

1/4 Head 2 Head 5 Head 1 1/2 7 1 6 1/2 4 1/2 8 9 1 3

1/2 Head 1 1/2 3 1 1/2 2 2 5 2 6 1/2 4 4 7 1 8 9

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Str 6 1 1 1/2 3 1/2 2 5 4 2 1/2 6 1 5 6 7 12 8 9

Fin 10 1 1 1/4 2 5 1/2 3 4 3/4 4 3 1/2 5 1 1/4 6 6 1/2 7 22 8 9

Odds 1.30 * 1.00 7.70 25.80 * 1.00 12.20 12.20 20.30 49.10

DELAWARE PARK - September 23, 2015 - Race 9 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 2 3 29Aug15 RET*USA 2 6 29Aug15 RET*USA 9 5 02Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 05Sep15 DEL*USA 9 1 07Sep15 DEL*USA 8 1 28Jul15 DEL*USA

PP 6 2 3 1 4 5

Horse Name (Jockey) THROUGHLEAP (WALES TRAVIS) ALL N ALL (COA KEIBER J) FRONT ROWE (CEDENO CAROL) CHARICH (CAMPBELL JANELLE) A ONE (TOMAS PIERRE) TAYLORS TOUCHOF CLASS (SWAN KIRSTEN)

Fractional Times: 26.03 52.73 1:06.95 Split Times: (26.70) (14.22) (14.20)

Wgt 117 118 120 117 124 119

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Start 1 4 5 2 6 3

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

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

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

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

Odds 8.90 * 0.50 4.80 12.60 27.50 5.00

Final Time: 1:21.15

Winner: THROUGHLEAP, GREY MARE, by THOROUGHBRED out of A NOBLE LEAP, by PATRIOT MISSLE. Foaled Apr 12, 2011 in DELAWARE. Breeder: MARK J ASHBY Winning Owner: HENNINGSGARD JON

Final Time: 1:19.35

Winner: EASTER MAN, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of ANGEL PROOF, by NF PROOF. Foaled Apr 08, 2012 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: GILLIS JOSEPH A Trainers:

7 - SMITH GUY; 3 - POWELL MARK; 5 - SMITH GUY; 6 - ASHBY LYNN A; 9 - POWELL MARK; 8 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 2 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 4 - ROMERO RODOLFO; 1 - NUNLEY RANDY

Owners:

7 - GILLIS JOSEPH A; 3 - POWELL MARK; 5 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 6 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 9 - POWELL MARK; 8 BINMAHFOOZ SALEM; 2 - BINMAHFOOZ SALEM; 4 - LITTLEJOHN AUSTIN; 1 - GRAP ROLAND

Trainers:

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

Owners:

6 - HENNINGSGARD JON; 2 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 3 - RIGBIE FARM; 1 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 4 - NEIVENS GUY; 5 - KLAUS PHILIP

34 • Arabian Finish Line • November 2015


DELAWARE PARK - September 26, 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: $13,750 Value of Race: $13,750 1st $8,100, 2nd $2,700, 3rd $1,485, 4th $810, 5th $405, 6th $125, 7th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 12 5 12Sep15 DEL*USA 9 3 16Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 02Sep15 DEL*USA 9 6 16Sep15 DEL*USA 12 6 12Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 16Sep15 DEL*USA 9 5 16Sep15 DEL*USA

PP 7 4 6 1 5 2 3

Horse Name (Jockey) FEARSOME (CEDENO CAROL) LAZUR HESS (WALES TRAVIS) IN X HESS (COA KEIBER J) MISS PARADISE (PAZ ROBERT) RB CODE (SWAN KIRSTEN) DESERT HONOUR (CAMPBELL JANELLE) TU FOR THE MONEY (RIVERA GREGORIO A)

Fractional Times: 27.31 53.94 1:22.64 Split Times: (26.63) (28.70) (28.60)

Wgt 120 120 120 118 120 124 120

Start 6 3 2 1 5 7 4

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

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

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

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

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

Odds 2.30 * 1.40 6.90 35.40 9.70 3.70 21.80

Final Time: 1:51.24

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

DELAWARE PARK - October 05, 2015 - Race 9 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE AND 1/16 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (VALIANT BOY - 1:54.84 - July 06, 2013) Available Money: $10,375 Value of Race: $10,375 1st $6,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,100, 4th $600, 5th $300, 6th $125, 7th $125, 8th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 2 19Sep15 DEL*USA 9 6 02Sep15 DEL*USA 9 5 19Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 19Sep15 DEL*USA 9 5 07Sep15 DEL*USA --9 3 09Sep15 DEL*USA 9 6 19Sep15 DEL*USA

PP 2 1 8 5 7 3 4 6

Horse Name (Jockey) EXTRA HOPE (PAZ ROBERT) AMBUSH AA (RODRIGUEZ MARIO) LADY DAWN AA (RIVERA GREGORIO A) FINE HESST (SWAN KIRSTEN) FADHLULLAH KINNDAH (CAMPBELL JANELLE) FOX TAIL (COA KEIBER J) FABLED (CEDENO CAROL) TM BIG PAPA (DOMINGUEZ CHRISTIAN G)

Fractional Times: 26.12 53.85 1:22.24 1:52.22 Split Times: (27.73) (28.39) (29.98) (7.63)

Wgt 121 114 121 119 119 121 121 119

Start 2 1 6 5 8 3 4 7

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

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

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

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

Fin 3 1 1 3/4 2 6 3 4 1/2 4 13 5 5 6 12 7 8

Odds * 1.00 3.60 * 1.00 7.60 12.90 9.10 3.70 12.90

Final Time: 1:59.85

Winner: EXTRA HOPE, CHESTNUT MARE, by BURNING SAND out of TRIEXTRA, by SEYVILLA TRIUMPH. Foaled Apr 05, 2011 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: POWELL MARK

Trainers:

7 - NUNLEY RANDY; 4 - ASHBY LYNN A; 6 - ASHBY LYNN A; 1 - POWELL MARK; 5 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 2 - ROMERO RODOLFO; 3 - STILLWELL MAUREEN

Trainers:

2 - POWELL MARK; 1 - SMITH GUY; 8 - POWELL MARK; 5 - ASHBY LYNN A; 7 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 3 - NUNLEY RANDY; 4 NUNLEY RANDY; 6 - STILLWELL MAUREEN

Owners:

7 - RIGBIE FARM; 4 - ASHBY MARK J; 6 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 1 - POWELL MARK; 5 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 2 - RICHARDS STEVEN; 3 - KLAUS PHILIP

Owners:

2 - POWELL MARK; 1 - GILLIS JOSEPH A; 8 - POWELL MARK; 5 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 7 - BINMAHFOOZ SALEM; 3 - RIGBIE FARM; 4 - NEIVENS GUY; 6 - BINMAHFOOZ SALEM

DELAWARE PARK - October 07, 2015 - Race 9 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE MILE AND 70 YARDS On DIRT Track Record: (NF PROOF - 1:52.40 - September 17, 1988) Available Money: $15,375 Value of Race: $15,375 1st $9,000, 2nd $3,000, 3rd $1,650, 4th $900, 5th $450, 6th $125, 7th $125, 8th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 2 26Sep15 DEL*USA 9 1 26Sep15 DEL*USA 9 5 26Sep15 DEL*USA 9 3 26Sep15 DEL*USA 9 3 23Sep15 DEL*USA 9

4

26Sep15 DEL*USA 9 4 23Sep15 DEL*USA 9 1 23Sep15 DEL*USA

Arabian Jockey Club

PP 3 4 1 8

Horse Name (Jockey) LAZUR HESS (SPIETH SCOTT) FEARSOME (CEDENO CAROL) RB CODE (SOLIS MARTIN) IN X HESS (COA KEIBER J)

Wgt 119 124 119 119

Start 2 7 6 3

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

1/2 Head 1 1/2 6 8 Head 3

3/4 1 1 Head 4 Head 6 2 3

Str 8 1 5 6 Head 2 1/2 3

Fin 9 1 1 2 1/2 3 1/2 4

7 5 6 2

FRONT ROWE (RODRIGUEZ MARIO) MISS PARADISE (PAZ ROBERT) CHARICH (CAMPBELL JANELLE) THROUGHLEAP (SWAN KIRSTEN)

114 117 116 121

5 1 4 8

1 2 4 1 1/2 5 1 7

2 2 4 1/2 5 3 7

2 2 1/2 5 1/2 7 8

4 1 5 2 1/2 7 8

5 1 1/4 6 7 7 8

Fractional Times: 26.72 53.17 1:21.08 1:50.28 Split Times: (26.45) (27.91) (29.20) (4.86)

Head

1

1/2

1/2

6

Odds 1.30 * 1.10 17.80 26.60 9.30 43.30 17.80 9.80

Owners:

Last Raced 9 3 07Sep15 DEL*USA --9 3 05Oct15 DEL*USA 9 6 07Sep15 DEL*USA 9

9

19Sep15 DEL*USA ---

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PP 6 3 2

Horse Name (Jockey) LADY HAHA (CAMPBELL JANELLE) WALL STREET WATCH (CEDENO CAROL) LADY DAWN AA (PAZ ROBERT)

Wgt 119 119 124

Start 5 4 2

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

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

Str 3 2 Head 1 5 3

Fin 1 1 10 2 14 3

Odds 3.10 * 1.90 3.50

1 5 4

MADGICALL (SWAN KIRSTEN) WMA SEASAND (SOLIS MARTIN) WATERFORD CRYSTAL (COA KEIBER J)

119 124 119

3 1 6

1 3 4 6

3 10 5 6

4 12 5 6

4 20 5 6

5.40 26.90 3.70

Fractional Times: 25.88 53.03 1:07.28 Split Times: (27.15) (14.25) (13.63)

Final Time: 1:55.14

1

1

3 1/2

3 1/2

Final Time: 1:20.91

Winner: LADY HAHA, GREY MARE, by NORPHE out of HILARITIE, by TIKI TORK KU. Foaled Apr 24, 2012 in MICHIGAN. Breeder: KATHRYN K OR PAUL J SMOKE Winning Owner: SMOKE KATHRYN K OR PAUL J

Winner: LAZUR HESS, GREY STALLION, by DAHESS out of RZOE LUTE, by MAKZAN. Foaled Mar 13, 2011 in DELAWARE. Breeder: MARK J ASHBY Winning Owner: ASHBY MARK J Trainers:

DELAWARE PARK - October 10, 2015 - Race 9 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - 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: $10,125 Value of Race: $10,125 1st $6,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,100, 4th $600, 5th $300, 6th $125 Track: FAST

3 - ASHBY LYNN A; 4 - NUNLEY RANDY; 1 - STILLWELL MAUREEN; 8 - ASHBY LYNN A; 7 - NUNLEY RANDY; 5 - POWELL MARK; 6 STILLWELL MAUREEN; 2 - STILLWELL MAUREEN

Trainers:

6 - NEILSON WALLACE C; 3 - NUNLEY RANDY; 2 - POWELL MARK; 1 - ASHBY LYNN A; 5 - HAMBY DOYLE; 4 - NUNLEY RANDY

Owners:

6 - SMOKE KATHRYN K OR PAUL J; 3 - NEIVENS GUY; 2 - POWELL MARK; 1 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 5 - GRAP ROLAND; 4 RIGBIE FARM

3 - ASHBY MARK J; 4 - NEIVENS GUY; 1 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 8 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 7 - RIGBIE FARM; 5 - POWELL MARK; 6 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 2 - HENNINGSGARD JON

Fresno FRESNO - October 08, 2015 - Race 2 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (IBN OKBA - 1:16.40 - October 07, 2005) Available Money: $6,800 Value of Race: $6,800 1st $3,570, 2nd $1,330, 3rd $818, 4th $498, 5th $178, 6th $178, 7th $114, 8th $114 Track: FAST Last Raced 5 2 26Sep15 LA*USA 5 4 26Sep15 LA*USA 2 3 19Sep15 STK*USA 5 5 20Sep15 LA*USA 1 1 13Sep15 STK*USA 2 1 19Sep15 STK*USA 2 6 12Sep15 STK*USA 5 6 26Sep15 LA*USA

PP 1 5 2 4 3 6 8 7

Horse Name (Jockey) RAINEING SAND (FREY KYLE) MY THUNDER BOLT (HERRERA HUGO) SUMMER REIGN CS (FLORES PEDRO) BURNING RAINE (SPIKES SHAWN) TRU KAOLINA (FLORES PABLO) WHADDA QT (RAMIREZ MARCIAL) RB CANTATA (CRISPIN JOE) Z YOYO GO (HARVEY BARRINGTON)

Fractional Times: 26.10 51.99 1:04.98 Split Times: (25.89) (12.99) (15.01)

Wgt 123 123 120 123 120 120 123 123

Start 5 4 7 8 6 1 3 2

Arabian Jockey Club

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

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

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

Fin 1 1/2 1 5 2 4 1/2 3 5 1/4 4 1/4 5 2 6 28 7 8

Odds * 0.90 4.10 18.80 6.70 35.30 3.40 28.70 25.70

FRESNO - October 09, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (IBN OKBA - 1:16.40 - October 07, 2005) 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 1 3 13Sep15 STK*USA 1 4 13Sep15 STK*USA 1 2 13Sep15 STK*USA --1 6 13Sep15 STK*USA

PP 5 3 2 4 1

Horse Name (Jockey) RB HOT BUNS (HERRERA CRISTOBAL) TA BELLIE DANCE (MEDINA LUIS) MY LARAMIE (CRISPIN JOE) SEAHAWK RC (HERRERA HUGO) KUSU KISS (SPIKES SHAWN)

Fractional Times: 25.90 52.98 1:06.15 Split Times: (27.08) (13.17) (15.74)

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 122 120 123 121 124

Start 5 2 1 3 4

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

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

Str Head 1 4 2 2 3 6 4 5

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

Odds * 1.80 5.10 1.90 2.80 10.70

Final Time: 1:21.89

Winner: RB HOT BUNS, GREY MARE, by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE out of ST HOTTIEDOTTIE, by BURNING SAND. Foaled Apr 24, 2011 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: BORG ELISABETH

Final Time: 1:19.99

Winner: RAINEING SAND, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of PS STINAS SAGE, by KEZORAM. Foaled Apr 29, 2011 in TENNESSEE. Breeder: FELIX G PAYNE Winning Owner: SHELLEY WARREN Trainers:

1 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - BORG ABEL; 2 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 4 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - BORG ABEL; 6 - PARKER MORRIS F; 8 SHELLEY HELEN; 7 - BORG ABEL

Owners:

1 - SHELLEY WARREN; 5 - RUBIN HOWIE; 2 - SCHLEIMER JAMES; 4 - SHELLEY WARREN; 3 - BORG ELISABETH; 6 - BURTON WILLIAM; 8 - SMEDING LETTIE; 7 - BORG ELISABETH

Trainers:

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

Owners:

5 - BORG ELISABETH; 3 - SMEDING HENDRIK; 2 - PARKER MORRIS; 4 - BORG ELISABETH; 1 - SHELLEY HELEN

Los Alamitos LOS ALAMITOS RACE TRACK - September 19, 2015 - Race 3 STAKES Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan Arabian Cup S. (G2) - For Arabian FOUR YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (VALIANT BOY - 1:45.84 - September 20, 2014) Available Money: $50,450 Value of Race: $50,450 1st $26,334, 2nd $8,310, 3rd $4,986, 4th $2,908, 5th $1,662, 6th $1,250, 7th $1,250, 8th $1,250, 9th $1,250, 10th $1,250 Track: FAST Last Raced 12 1 12Sep15 DEL*USA 1 1 29Aug15 RET*USA 12 3 12Sep15 DEL*USA 2 6 15Aug15 SR*USA 1 1 30Aug15 FER*USA 1 3 30Aug15 FER*USA 1 2 29Aug15 RET*USA 5 3 15Aug15 ARP*USA 5 2 15Aug15 ARP*USA 1 2 30Aug15 FER*USA

PP 2 7 8 9 4 3 6 5 10 1

Horse Name (Jockey) SO BIG IS BETTER (PAZ ROBERT) PADDYS DAY (PURCELL KELSI) RB RICH (MCNEIL ERIK) SAND VICTOR (FLORES PEDRO) BY GOLLY ITS HOT (PEREZ MIGUEL A) TWICE RICH (CLERISSE CASSIDY) ES MI CIELO (MEDINA LUIS) SAND ON FIRE (CECOLA HEATHER D) MS DIXIE (GUCE RAMON) AYERS (LEBLANC DON C)

Fractional Times: 26.10 52.17 1:20.62 1:35.26 Split Times: (26.07) (28.45) (14.64) (13.99)

Wgt 129 129 127 127 127 124 124 124 124 127

Start 3 7 9 6 2 1 5 10 8 4

1/4 1 6 1/2 3 1/2 9 1 7 3 2 1/2 1 1/2 5 10 1/2 8 1/2 4

1/2 2 4 1 1/2 3 1 8 1/2 6 Head 2 1/2 1 Head 5 10 2 9 2 7

3/4 1 1/2 2 1 1 2 5 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 6 2 7 10 2 9 1 8

Str 1 2 1/2 1 1 1/2 3 4 4 7 5 1 6 1 7 3 9 2 8 10

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Fin 1/4 1 3/4 2 3 1/4 3 8 4 8 1/4 5 1 1/2 6 1 1/4 7 5 1/2 8 7 9 10

Odds 6.50 * 0.40 35.10 52.80 50.90 43.20 11.50 29.50 6.40 26.10

Final Time: 1:49.25

Winner: SO BIG IS BETTER, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of WW MIRROR IMAGE, by ZT ALI BABA. Foaled Apr 06, 2004 in VIRGINIA. Breeder: JAMES M MORRIS AND DIANNE W MORRIS Winning Owner: POWELL MARK Trainers:

2 - POWELL MARK; 7 - POWELL SCOTT; 8 - CASSELMAN MICHAEL V; 9 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 4 - POWELL MARK; 3 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 5 - POWELL SCOTT; 10 - POWELL SCOTT; 1 - SHELLEY HELEN

Owners:

2 - POWELL MARK; 7 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 8 - FORD GARRETT; 9 - GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A; 4 - BARBEAU KATHERINE; 3 - SHELLEY WARREN; 6 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 5 - POWELL LORI; 10 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 1 - SHELLEY WARREN

LOS ALAMITOS RACE TRACK - September 26, 2015 - Race 5 STAKES Arabian Racing Cup Derby - For Arabian FOUR YEAR OLD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (MS DIXIE - 1:16.26 - September 07, 2014) Available Money: $19,698 Value of Race: $19,698 1st $11,055, 2nd $4,020, 3rd $2,412, 4th $1,407, 5th $402, 6th $402 Track: FAST Last Raced 3 2 19Sep15 LA*USA 2 3 12Sep15 STK*USA 5 1 20Sep15 LA*USA 2 4 12Sep15 STK*USA 5 9 15Aug15 ARP*USA 3 1 28Aug15 FER*USA

PP 6 5 2 1 4 3

Horse Name (Jockey) PADDYS DAY (PURCELL KELSI) RAINEING SAND (CHARLTON CHERYL) SANDICHEEKS (BOAG GARY L) MY THUNDER BOLT (CLERISSE CASSIDY) CALLAMITTY JANE (RUSSELL CHRIS) Z YOYO GO (MEDINA LUIS)

Fractional Times: 24.84 50.62 1:04.61 Split Times: (25.78) (13.99) (14.09)

Wgt 129 124 124 124 124 124

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 4 2 6 5 3 1

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

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

Str 2 1 4 2 6 3 2 4 12 5 6

Fin 1 1/2 1 5 1/2 2 8 1/2 3 1/2 4 23 5 6

Odds * 0.05 21.50 38.90 45.70 38.60 32.00

Final Time: 1:18.70

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 Trainers:

6 - POWELL SCOTT; 5 - SHELLEY HELEN; 2 - POWELL SCOTT; 1 - BORG ABEL; 4 - POWELL SCOTT; 3 - BORG ABEL

Owners:

6 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 5 - SHELLEY WARREN; 2 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 1 - RUBIN HOWIE; 4 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 3 - BORG ELISABETH

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Lone Star LONE STAR RACE PARK - October 02, 2015 - Race 2 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD 6 1/2 FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (DANCING AL - 1:25.00 - October 15, 2011) Available Money: $5,600 Value of Race: $5,600 1st $3,300, 2nd $1,100, 3rd $605, 4th $330, 5th $165, 6th $100 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 3 19Sep15 DEL*USA 1 2 20Sep15 RET*USA 1 5 06Sep15 RET*USA 1 5 07Jun15 ARP*USA 1 3 20Sep15 RET*USA 1 6 20Sep15 RET*USA

PP 1 5 6 4 2 3

Horse Name (Jockey) RB MADJYK MAN (VIVANCO LUIS L) TA MY VIRGULE (BOBROFF JACQUELYN) RV GRANDE ROUGE (RODRIGUEZ JULIO ALBERTO) ONYEWU (QUIROZ BONIFACIO) WILL EYE AM CS (PURCELL KELSI) WMA GLORY BOUND (GARCIA JUAN CARLOS)

Fractional Times: 26.68 53.84 1:22.39 Split Times: (27.16) (28.55) (7.30)

Wgt 121 123 126 123 123 124

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 2 3 4 1 6 5

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

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

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

Fin 11 1/4 1 6 1/4 2 1 1/4 3 1/2 4 41 3/4 5 6

Odds * 0.20 4.40 11.70 17.30 13.80 26.30

Final Time: 1:29.69

LONE STAR RACE PARK - October 09, 2015 - Race 1 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SEVEN FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (BURNING FANCY - 1:31.00 - October 17, 2009) Available Money: $12,000 Value of Race: $12,000 1st $7,200, 2nd $2,400, 3rd $1,320, 4th $720, 5th $360 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 1 16Sep15 DEL*USA 2 5 09Aug15 SR*USA 1 2 13Sep15 RET*USA 1 1 13Sep15 RET*USA 1 1 11Sep15 RET*USA

PP 4 1 5 3 2

Horse Name (Jockey) UPTOWN DANNYS BOY (WALES TRAVIS) MY VAZ IS HOT (PURCELL KELSI) CHNDAKASEXPRESS (BOBROFF JACQUELYN) HESSTER (URIETA, JR VICTOR MANUEL) DARTYN KRISS SWA (SANTOS CARRIZALES)

Wgt 122 119 122 117 124

Fractional Times: 25.48 52.07 1:21.25 Split Times: (26.59) (29.18) (15.54)

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 1 4 5 2 3

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

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

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

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

Odds * 0.60 2.50 6.30 6.40 19.30

Final Time: 1:36.79

Winner: UPTOWN DANNYS BOY, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of WIBWILCCA, by WILKOLAK. Foaled Apr 20, 2012 in TEXAS. Breeder: DANIEL OR CLAUDIA SPEARS Winning Owner: HENNINGSGARD KRISTA

Winner: RB MADJYK MAN, CHESTNUT STALLION, by MADJANI out of FRYNCH, by DORMANE. Foaled Mar 13, 2012 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC Trainers:

1 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 5 - SCHNEIDER ERIC W; 6 - SPANN LORI; 4 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 2 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 3 - DELEON RITA F

Owners:

1 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 5 - ERNST, JUDY AND SCHNEIDER, ERIC W; 6 - VICKERS EVELYN L; 4 - WOODS DANIEL OR EVERETTA; 2 - LAFLEUR RENEE M; 3 - DELEON RITA

Trainers:

4 - ASHBY LYNN A; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 5 - SCHNEIDER ERIC W; 3 - DANYLUK KEN; 2 - DANYLUK KEN

Owners:

4 - HENNINGSGARD KRISTA; 1 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 5 - WILSON ED; 3 - WERNER KENNETH R; 2 - WETZEL JAMES L JR

Retama RETAMA PARK - September 19, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (NORDIK STAR - 1:18.20 - August 20, 2006) Available Money: $5,335 Value of Race: $5,335 1st $3,300, 2nd $1,100, 3rd $605, 4th $330 Track: FAST Last Raced 1 3 05Sep15 RET*USA 1 2 05Sep15 RET*USA 1 5 11Sep15 RET*USA ---

PP 4 3 1 2

Horse Name (Jockey) SAND LILLY (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) GOLLY ZANDS (SANCHEZ SIGALA ALFREDO) UPTOWN SPRING BREAK (CABRERA DAVID) WMA FANCY FAYE (URIETA, JR VICTOR MANUEL)

Fractional Times: 26.09 53.82 1:08.31 Split Times: (27.73) (14.49) (15.15)

Wgt 118 120 120 114

Start 3 2 1 4

Arabian Jockey Club

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

1/2 10 3 1 1/2 2 Head 1 4

Str 1 1 1 1/2 2 15 3 4

Fin 4 1/2 1 5 2 41 3/4 3 4

Odds * 0.90 1.60 3.40 8.20

RETAMA PARK - September 20, 2015 - Race 1 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (NORDIK STAR - 1:18.20 - August 20, 2006) Available Money: $5,500 Value of Race: $5,500 1st $3,240, 2nd $1,080, 3rd $594, 4th $324, 5th $162, 6th $100 Track: FAST Last Raced 1 3 06Sep15 RET*USA 1 5 29Aug15 RET*USA 1 2 06Sep15 RET*USA 1 4 06Sep15 RET*USA 1

6

06Sep15 RET*USA ---

Final Time: 1:23.46

PP 2 1 4 5 3 6

Horse Name (Jockey) RB GOLIATH (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) TA MY VIRGULE (CABRERA DAVID) WILL EYE AM CS (SANCHEZ SIGALA ALFREDO) KOUNT CZESTER SWA (URIETA, JR VICTOR MANUEL) WMA TEXAS RANGER (VERA ELIAZAR T) WMA GLORY BOUND (MORA GERARDO)

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 118 120 120 115

Start 4 3 5 1

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

120 119

2 6

4 6

1/2

1/2 Head 1 3 2 3 3 3 1/2 4 10

5 6

Str 2 1 3 2 5 3 3 4 12

5 6

Fin 6 1/4 1 2 3/4 2 10 3/4 3 12 4

Odds * 1.70 2.30 2.20 4.90

37 3/4

24.10 24.90

5 6

Winner: SAND LILLY, GREY MARE, by BURNING SAND out of TRI TIKI JOY, by SEYVILLA TRIUMPH. Foaled Apr 08, 2012 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A

Fractional Times: 26.12 53.79 1:08.58 Split Times: (27.67) (14.79) (14.99)

Final Time: 1:23.57

Trainers:

4 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 3 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 1 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 2 - DELEON RITA F

Winner: RB GOLIATH, CHESTNUT STALLION, by MADJANI out of BURNIE GEE PW, by BURNING SAND. Foaled Apr 16, 2012 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC

Owners:

4 - GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A; 3 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 1 - HENNINGSGARD, JON R AND HENNINGSGARD, KRISTA; 2 - DELEON RITA

Trainers:

2 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 1 - SCHNEIDER ERIC W; 4 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 5 - DANYLUK KEN; 3 - DELEON RITA F; 6 - DELEON RITA F

Owners:

2 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 1 - ERNST, JUDY AND SCHNEIDER, ERIC W; 4 - LAFLEUR RENEE M; 5 - WETZEL JAMES L JR; 3 BARRETT CHELSEA; 6 - DELEON RITA

RETAMA PARK - September 26, 2015 - Race 1 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES SIX FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (NORDIK STAR - 1:18.20 - August 20, 2006) Available Money: $6,500 Value of Race: $6,500 1st $3,900, 2nd $1,300, 3rd $715, 4th $390, 5th $195 Track: FAST Last Raced 1 1 05Sep15 RET*USA 1 1 19Sep15 RET*USA 1 2 19Sep15 RET*USA 1 3 11Sep15 RET*USA 1 4 11Sep15 RET*USA

PP 4 5 1 3 2

Horse Name (Jockey) RB MADYMOISELLE (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) SAND LILLY (SANCHEZ SIGALA ALFREDO) GOLLY ZANDS (MORA GERARDO) AMAZING CHERI MHF (URIETA, JR VICTOR MANUEL) BELL SOUTH (CHAPA ISAAC)

Fractional Times: 25.25 52.39 1:07.63 Split Times: (27.14) (15.24) (15.76)

Wgt 118 118 120 115 122

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 4 5 3 2 1

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

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

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

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

Final Time: 1:23.39

Winner: RB MADYMOISELLE, BAY MARE, by MAJD AL ARAB out of FRYNCH, by DORMANE. Foaled Feb 18, 2012 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC Trainers:

4 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 5 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 3 - OMANA ROMEO; 2 - DANYLUK KEN

Owners:

4 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 5 - GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A; 1 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 3 - MANDOLYNN HILL FARM; 2 - LYNN VALERIE

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Odds * 0.05 8.00 30.50 14.00 18.10


SOMETHING COOL HE IS

UPTOWN DANNYS BOY LEADING 3 YEAR OLD IN USA OUR EASY GOING, YOUNG COLT IS THE SWEETEST KID YOU’LL MEET. PLUS, HE’S MAKING LOTS OF MONEY, THAT’S ALWAYS COOL. 4 WINS AND 1 SECOND FROM 5 STARTS, HE’S HOLDING THE SPOT AS TOP 3 YEAR OLD IN USA PEDIGREE: BURNING SAND - WIBWILCCA, BY WILKOLAK HALF BROTHER TO OUR GRADE 1 WINNER DC WILLEYS SONG

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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

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4 Year Old Purebred Arabian Stallion

(Burning Sand x AK Loretta, by Virgule Al Maury)

8 Wins and 2 Seconds from 10 starts in 2015 Contender for Darley Horse of the Year 2015 Breeding available. Inquiries Invited.

Quarter Moon Ranch, LLC. PADDYS DAY is Owned by Scott Powell, Lori Williams Powell, James Schleimer and Nicki Forbes Robinson

51 Arenas Valley Road - Arenas Valley, NM 88022 (801) 391-2133 email: lori@quartermoonranchllc.com

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OUR PRINCESS & ROYAL RICHESS One-Two Deja Vu! Excitement in the Grade 3 Stallion Stakes...

We are so pleased with the performances of these two great fillies. Last year OUR PRINCESS & ROYAL RICHESS finished together first and second in the Grade 3 Texas Arabian Oaks. Once again they shined together ~ OUR PRINCESS showed her class, cruising smartly from last to first, lifting the Grade 3 Stallion Stakes at Lone Star Park with ROYAL RICHESS second by her side. Bred, owned and raced by Cre Run, OUR PRINCESS has raced all across the USA in Graded Stakes, most against the boys, earning over $100,000 with 7 wins, 2 seconds, 2 thirds, 2 fourths. ROYAL RICHESS, owned and raced by Ann Fostock and bred by Cre Run, has 4 wins, 5 seconds and two thirds and is 5 time Graded Stakes Placed including G1. Cre Run is excited to see these kinds of results and proud of the consistent quality of the breeding program. See our website for many other excellent horses for sale or lease.

CRE RUN FARM

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

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November 2015  

Featuring a review of major races and sales in France and Poland as well as races in the U.S.

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