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SO BIG IS BETTER

The OLDEST Grade 1 Winner in the History of Horse Racing... of Any Breed!

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RB Frynch Broad and RB Rich Kin start off the Texas Fall season with a 1-2 nish!

RB FRYNCH BROAD wins YASA A M the Delaware Oaks G2 o ster t i and then S l l Fu Texas Arabian Oaks G3!

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RB Madymoiselle wins by 20+

(MADJANI x BURNIE GEE PW) wins by 6 lengths

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Following a Texas season premier 1-2 by RB FRYNCH BROAD and RB Rich Kin, then a Grade 3 victory of the Texas Oaks, then two 3 year old rst time starters bred by Rosebrook win by over 20 lengths. RB Madymoiselle (Madj Al Arab x Frynch), and Kafo (Burning Sand x Frynch). The same colt race, rst time starter RB Goliath by Madjani took 3rd place as well. Then a win by RB Goliath at Retama, clear by 6. All this following RB Royale Madame’s win at Delaware, RB Big N Rich’s win at Delaware AND RB FRYNCH BROAD’s win of the G2 Delaware Oaks.

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Meet FAVORITT ARABIANS. Producing unstoppable purebred Arabian horses for the flat oval track and for endurance. Proudly standing FAVORITT (Monarch AH x Fawora, by Fawor) 6/46(15-11-10)6-11, $139,212, Graded Stakes Winner, Wins on Dirt and Turf. An important Heritage Arabian Racing sire, and a perfect outcross for French, Amer, or Burning Sand stock. Also introducing TA SAMBA DANCER (Line Dancer x Sahara Croixnoire) maternal half brother to Queen Kong, dam of Kahayla Classic winner TM Fred Texas. FAVORITT ARABIANS boasts a collection of racing and endurance prospects including other get of Line Dancer, a stunning Kaolino filly, and more.

See our collection at favorittarabians.com Favoritt Arabians is owned by Lynn Bennett - Calistoga, California 503-709-9132 - www.Favorittarabians.com Select Horses residing at Mandolynn Hill Farm - Pilot Point, Texas For Breeding Incentives or Purchases, Contact Michelle Morgan, Agent email: mmorgan@ont.com, 214-679-2026 FAVORITT. ORIGINAL PASTEL COMMISSIONED & PHOTOGRAPHED BY DICK REED. REPRODUCED WITH PERMISSIONS 2015.


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Arabian Horse Foundation Research Kontiki Founder o a Great Racing Dynasty Texas Oaks and Derby Wathba Stud Farm Cup Races Delaware Park Stakes Review

COLUMNS

9 Just Talkin' by Michael Economopoulos 11 Equi Tech by Dr. Deb Powell 14 Making Claims by Joe Nevills

ON THE COVER

Editor’s Note Notes From Around the Ovals Arabian Racing Will Miss...

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Leading Earners 2015 Runners 2015 Charts

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So Big Is Better became the oldest horse to win a grade 1 stakes when he claimed the Delaware Park Arabian Classic (G1) . Design by Corliss Hazard. Photo copyright Hoofprints Inc.

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Editor's Notes By Stephanie J. Corum

If you were asked to name the most influential stallion in U.S. Arabian racing who would you say? Burning Sand? Wiking? A strong case could be made for either of those. But my vote goes to Kontiki. Yes, Kontiki. Why? Because he sired only 23 purebred foals before his early demise and yet they have had such an impact on Arabian racing that his name still shows prominently in the pedigrees of racehorses today - more than 40 years after his death. To remind us of his legacy, new Finish Line writer Tobi Lopez Taylor refreshes our memory on this great stallion. Sadly, Arabian racing lost two more of its staunchest supporters. Just months after being inducted into the AJC's Tent of Honor, Jerry Partin passed away. And not long afterwards, Worth Wollpert, who owned Wydmas Splash with his wife Sandy and was a constant presence at Delaware Park, also passed. I would like to offer my personal condolences to the family and friends of both of these gentlemen. They will be missed. Arabian Finish Line was well represented at ADIHEX in Abu Dhabi for the first time. Corliss Hazard held down the fort for me when I was unable to attend at the last minute. Thank you Corliss! Magazines are also in every Markel goodie bag at Sport Horse Nationals going on in North Carolina as I write this. We strive to have the magazine continues to expand its market and reach. And, believe it or not, it's time to think breeding season. Stallion ads for the magazine are starting to come in and that can also only mean one thing. It's time to make plans for the 2016 Stallion Guide. Once again this year Finish Line will be partnering with Horsereporter.com to offer stallion owners a package promotion deal on full color pages. This was well received this past year, the first time we tried it. We hope people will take advantage of this reasonable offer again. Questions? Just ask.

Say Hello To... Arabian Finish Line is pleased to introduce two ladies who have come on board as advertising sales reps for the magazine. If you are interested in advertising, these are the ladies to talk to! We are excited to welcome them both on board and look forward to working with them. Hi, my name is Katherine Clark and I am a graduate of University of Kentucky. I studied Equine Science and Management and minored in Agricultural Economics while in col-

lege. I have been around horses since I was seven years old, went to 4-H horse camp for eight years, have owned five horses in my life and currently own three. During college, I took an internship with The Kentucky Horse Council training animal control officers how to rehabilitate abused and hurt horses and livestock. I then took on an internship with Hagyard Equine Medical Institute as a veterinary technician's assistant. After that internship ended, I was hired on as the McGee Medicine's weekend receptionist where I worked for a year. Then, only a short few months later started working at Hagyard Pharmacy where I worked for a year and a half. I have also worked the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton sales for Mulholland Farm, Paramount Sales, and Spendthrift Farm. I moved back to Northern Kentucky in May 2015 and currently work for Arabian Finish Line. This is my first time working outside of the Thoroughbred industry and starting something new in the Arabian industry, but I am beyond excited to learn more about it and get further involved in it. Hi, I'm Vanessa Moreau-Sipiere, and I was born with love for Arabians running through my veins. Being the daughter of Eric and Randi Moreau-Sipiere meant I was around Arabians even before the day I was born. I graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with my Bachelor’s Degree. I majored in Visual Communication (aka Graphic Design) with a French Minor. I have also been a professional photographer throughout the DFW metroplex for the past 8 years. I have photographed over 200 weddings, but I have been known to have my camera with me whenever I go to the races or anywhere our horses happen to be. I am very active with helping around my parents’ farm whether it involves foaling out a mare or delivering a horse to their new home halfway around the world. I am very excited to become a part of Finish Line magazine. I grew up looking through it every month and I look forward to the progress that is to come!

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Notes From Around The Ovals California The Fair circuit is winding down. The last track is the Big Fresno Fair at Fresno, which runs from October 8 through October 18. We will review the final statistics in a future issue.

Colorado ARAPAHOE PARK - 2015 Final Statistics Races - 25 Starts - 179 Unique Starters - 54 Unique Owners - 28 Stakes Races - 5 Purses - $108,100 ($21,620 average) Handle - $99,481 ($19,896 average) Overnight Races - 20 Purses - $167,920 ($8,396 average) Handle - $224,003 ($11,200 average)

Delaware The Delaware Park meet runs through October 17. Arabians will continue to be offered two races per week for the best overnight purses in the country.

Michigan HAZEL PARK - 2015 Races - 8 Unique Starters - 18

Starts - 45 Unique Owners - 17

Overnight Races - 8 Purses - $60,302 ($7,538 average) Handle - $87,827 ($10,978 average)

Texas The Texas Racing Commission has received approval temporary 3-month funding and the tracks have resumed full operation. Actions are pending to get approval of the entire 24-month budget for the Texas Racing Commission. 3-month funding is a political ploy and is not acceptable. Please call the people on the list below, be respectful, and ask for 24-month funding for the Texas Racing Commission. Please support the people who make horse racing in Texas happen.

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Arabian Racing Will Miss...

in to the Arabian Jockey Club Racing Tent of Honor in May of this year for his extraordinary and significant contributions to the Arabian breed. He is survived by a daughter, Debi Russell of Weston; a son, Dale Partin of Vancouver, Wash.; two sisters, Donna Key of Athena, and Lavern Grigsby of Ceres, Calif.; a brother, Charles Partin of Modesto, Calif.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one great-greatgrandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews. Jerry was preceded in death by a son, Randy Partin.

Jerry E. Partin of Walla Walla passed away at age 88 on Sept. 2, 2015 at Park Manor Rehabilitation Center with his family at his side. Inurnment will be in the MiltonFreewater Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Auction Horses Rescue, 18034 Ventura Blvd. No. 291, Encino, CA 91316, or through the funeral home. Jerry was born March 27, 1927, in Antlers, OK, the son of Lowell and Ruby Wilmon Partin. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II. He moved to MiltonFreewater in 1969. Jerry started Cascade Drywall with his best friend, Wayne Norton. He retired from drywall and started doing what he loved best, working with racing horses, but he always had his tools ready to help someone when they were in need. Jerry trained Arabian race horses and rode endurance races for more than 40 years and was very successful in both, wining major stakes races and finishing in the top five in the nation, twice in endurance riding. Mr. Partin started racing Arabians in 1984 and retired in 2011 at the age of 84. He began his racing career with the help of Lynn and Mark Ashby and Chuck Lindsey, a longtime horse trainer from Walla Walla. Over the years, Jerry won many races as an owner/trainer. He left behind a giant community that will miss him dearly. One of the longest time participants and most influential people in Arabian racing, Jerry was inducted

Worth A. Wollpert (who is pictured above with friends Alan Kirshner, left, and Doc Toothman, right), 72 of Glen Mills, PA died peacefully on September 3, 2015 at home. Born in Cleveland, OH and raised in Chardon, OH, he resided for the past 17 years at Fox Hill Farms in Glen Mills. Worth was the founder and CEO of Diamond Tech Inc. for 40 years retiring in 2006. He was an active member of Del Vets where he served on the scholarship committee, also serving on the board of directors for Geauga Savings Bank in Cleveland, OH. He enjoyed traveling, fishing, owning his own race horses and golfing where he was a former member of the Concord Country Club. He graduated from Chardon High School and Cornell University where he received his BA degree. A fighter pilot and instructor, Worth served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War and later the National Guard in Mansfield OH. He is preceded in death by his parents, Worth G. and Phyliss Beeman Wollpert, 1st wife, Ann Wollpert and son, Worth Colin Wollpert. Beloved husband and father, Worth is survived by his wife of 43 years, Sandra Cox Wollpert, 3 children, Kimberlee (Jim) Beam, Worth Douglas (Dana) Wollpert and Shaunna L. Wollpert, 2 sisters, Kay Leggett and Ethel Richards, and 4 much loved grandchildren. Funeral Services and Interment will be private at a later date.

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By Michael Economopoulos

Photos, Thomas Kohler & Dave Wild

It was sometime in the mid 90's, a good period for U.S. Arabian racing, and many owners were selling horses to the Middle East (at decent and sometimes indecent prices). Much like today, in order to sell to a foreign buyer your horse had to be very, very fast or you had to have an influential contact. If you were lucky enough to be in tight with a connected trainer or bloodstock agent, your chances of making a sale were greatly enhanced. I had some good horses (not very, very fast), and although I was friendly with many trainers and agents, I was not in tight enough to get a whole lot of attention. Living on a dirt road on the top of a mountain in rural Arkansas didn't generate the same foot traffic as a fancy Ocala or California farm. We didn't have a majestic stone gate entrance, although we had plenty of rocks (arranged free-form). Like any other breeder, I was always promoting and looking to make a sale. I was at Los Alamitos for a big race and was pitching my prospects to an agent. "Where is Arkansas?" they asked. "Well, it just past Texas" I replied. "It's a beautiful place with mountains, rivers and forests." "Forests?" they quizzed. "Do you have wild animals, do they hunt there?" "Sure do" I answered. The agent then went on to tell me that one of their very important clients was a big hunter and if I had any wild game he could shoot, they might consider stopping by to check out our horses. "Yeah, we have all kind of wild critters" I told them (not explaining that they were mainly possums, raccoons and squirrels).

A while later I was back in Arkansas and I got a call from a foreign embassy official wishing to make arrangements for Sheikh (with a very long name) to come to Arkansas to hunt and look at horses. "Where is Arkansas?" he asked. "We will require several rooms at a five star hotel, with a suite for the Sheikh. He is currently staying in the penthouse at the Beverly. We will also want you to arrange for three limousines." "Three?" I asked. "Yes," they replied. "One for the Sheikh and his personal attendant, one for his chef, agent and staff, and one for his luggage." This was going to be a challenge. There wasn't a five star hotel in all of Arkansas, much less a decent motel anywhere within sixty miles. A limousine would not make it down my road without losing an oil pan. Without hesitation I assured them I could take care of those matters and would get back with them with details. I called the agent and explained the situation. We decided that we needed to characterize this trip as an "adventure". The Sheikh had recently been bear hunting in the remote Kodiak Islands of Alaska. We would try to provide a similar experience (minus the helicopter, grizzlies and glacier ice). I ended up arranging for three four wheel drive SUVs and rented several rustic cabins along the Buffalo River. We really didn't have any "guides" in the area, but I talked one of my local friends (who I will affectionately describe as a "hillbilly") to take this important Sheikh deer hunting. We would hunt on the first day and look at horses the next morning. The group would fly into Little Rock and make a two hour trip to Marshall. I would meet them at eight PM at the Piggly Wiggly parking lot and then take them to the cabins. This was before cell phones (at least here in Arkansas) and about nine o'clock I began to get worried. Finally, a few nervous hours later, the three SUVs pulled into town. "Was the flight delayed?" I asked the agent. "No," they replied pointing to one of the SUVs, "the Sheikh saw a WalMart along the way and stopped for supplies". I looked in the SUV and found the back seat and cargo area jammed packed with tents, lanterns sleeping bags and just about every type of camping gear imaginable. The agent told me

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that they dropped over a grand in the sporting goods department before going on to buy groceries for a week. I guessed the Sheikh must have been a boy scout. It was pretty late when we finally made it to the cabins. As I was helping unload all of the stuff that they had brought, the Indian chef was busy preparing a late supper for the group. I had an armful gear in my hands walking into the cabin when the chef came up to me with some sort of special roll that he had prepared. I opened my mouth to take a taste, expecting exotic and foreign gourmet delight. I took a big bite and the chef, with a big smile on his face, exclaimed in broken English "TWINKIE". I introduced my "guide" to the Sheikh with the very long name. More precisely, I introduced him to his personal assistant who then translated to the Sheikh in his native language. I found this procedure a bit odd, because I knew that the Sheikh understood and spoke English. It was somewhat humorous later on when we were showing our horses. The Sheikh would whisper to his assistant and the assistant would ask me a question, such as "How old is that colt?" I answered "He turned three in March". The assistant would then whisper the answer to his boss. That is how we communicated.

the front seat snoring on his shoulder. The next morning, with Big Chief fully rested, we paraded our horses past the group and went through the somewhat odd communication system. "Yes", I would tell the assistant loudly, "that filly is out of a *Wiking daughter" and he would whisper it to the person we now knew as Ole Big Chief. In the end we sold a few horses, which was good. Perhaps more significant, and what I remember most, was the meeting of two diverse cultures; ultra rich and important visitors from a foreign land encountering poor hillbillies from rural Arkansas. It was indeed an adventure. We've come a long way in the last twenty years. Racing has become truly international and folks from many diverse cultures interact, associate and compete on a regular basis. Although I am not as involved as I used to be, I do occasionally get out and meet new people. Whether from the United States or from a foreign land, I still get the same question. "Where's Arkansas?"

We made plans for my "guide" to pick up the Sheikh before daylight the next morning and take him hunting. Back then we hunted with dogs and my friend said he would put the Sheikh on a deer stand, then drive across the hollow and turn out his dogs. He assured me his prize hounds (Running Lemon Walkers for those who have an interest) would jump a deer and run it right past the Sheikh, giving him a clear shot. It was a sure thing. I now fast forward to late morning the next day. My hillbilly friend comes driving up to the farm in his beat up old pickup truck. Next to him, asleep, snoring loudly and with his head on my friends shoulder is the Sheikh. "How did it go I asked?" "Oh it went pretty good, I guess. I could not remember this guy's long name so I've been calling him Ole Big Chief. Now Big Chief is a pretty big boy, almost wide as he is tall. When I took him to the deer stand, I took a look at that long skinny ladder and realized that we would have to go to Plan B because he wasn't going to make it up that tree. So I sat Big Chief on a big rock and told him just to sit there until he heard the dogs coming and then keep a sharp out eye for the deer they were chasing. It went just like I thought it would, but I never heard a shot. When I got back around, I found Ole Big Chief on the rock taking a little nap. I gotta go find my dogs. I guess I'll just let Big Chief sleep awhile longer and take him back to the cabins after I get my dogs." What a sight to behold, my hillbilly friend riding off in a beat up truck with Big Chief filling up

Michael showing off his stallion Brusally Orzelost in an undated photo from the 1990's.

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

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When Your Horse Needs Groceries - Feeding for Weight Gain In the September issue, I wrote about how you can use a body condition scoring system to determine whether your horse needs more or less groceries. So, how do you go about feeding your horse for either weight gain or weight loss? In general, from a feeding perspective, if you want to put weight on your horse, caloric intake must exceed caloric expenditure and the reverse is true if you wish to take weight off the horse. This article will focus on the feeding consideration for a horse in need of increased body condition and weight gain. A thin horse requires energy in the diet to ensure proper function of body processes and to build up fat stores. Weight gain in the horse is attributable to increases in fat and protein deposition. When caloric intake is less than caloric expenditure, the horse will continue to lose weight. When a horse does not have enough calories in his diet, he will utilize his fat stores until they are virtually depleted and if caloric intake remains low, he will begin to break down his own muscle tissue in an effort to maintain his most basic physiological needs. There are basically two nutrients that can supply the needed energy to increase the caloric content in the diet. These are carbohydrates and fat. In a horse’s diet, carbohydrates provide energy but the source and the type of digestion dictates the amount of energy ultimately available to the horse. Carbohydrates can be divided into two general categories, structural and nonstructural carbohydrates. Fiber components, cellulose and hemicellulose, known as structural carbohydrates, are digested by microorganisms primarily in the large intestine. Structural carbohydrates are important to gut health in the horse. Starches and sugars are nonstructural carbohydrates that are digested by enzymes and absorbed in the small intestine.

Fiber is the major component of grass and hay. The microorganisms within the large intestine (cecum and large colon) breakdown the fiber into a physiologically useable form called volatile fatty acids. These volatile fatty acids pass into the bloodstream and are transported to sites that need energy or for energy storage. Most of the cellulose and hemicellulose are digested by the intestinal microorganisms; these are considered digestible fiber components. The plant material also contains an indigestible noncarbohydrate fiber component called lignin. Lignin functions to give structural support to the plant stem and will increase as the plant matures. As the lignin component of the plant increases, the digestibility of the plant decreases, therefore, there will be less energy available for the horse to utilize. This is one component of plant quality. For example, a young plant harvested prior to maturity will have less lignin than a plant allowed to mature (production a seed head for grasses such as Orchardgrass or production of a flower for legumes such as alfalfa) and so the immature plant will be higher in digestible carbohydrates, thus the more immature the plant, the higher the plant quality. Fresh green spring pastures are going to higher in digestible fiber compared to sun-parched summer pastures. The digestibility of a pasture is usually higher than hay because the curing process of haymaking results in digestible fiber losses. When comparing the energy content of legume (i.e. alfalfa) and grass hays, legume hays are going to be higher in digestible energy compared to grass hays of similar quality. Maximizing forage quality should be the first adjustment when trying to put weight on a thin horse. When high quality forage is unavailable or if hay intake is difficult, the horse’s diet can be supplemented with

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alternative high digestible fiber sources. The most common are beet pulp, soy hulls, alfalfa cubes or pellets. Beet pulp is approximately 80% digestible fibers (compared to hay which is approximately 50%). Soy hulls are a by-product of soybean production and are the skin of the beans that are knocked off before the oil is extracted. Soy hulls are slightly lower in digestibility than beet pulp. If a commercially designed feed has beet pulp or soy hulls as one of their primary ingredients, this feed is a good source of highly digestible fiber. The horse’s diet can also be supplemented using alfalfa cubes or pellets. Both are made with high quality alfalfa thus providing energy to the horse. Alfalfa cubes are often combined with Timothy grass hay in order to lower the calcium and protein content of the cube. Caution is needed if feeding only pellets. In order for the horse to maintain proper digestive health, he has to consume some long-stem plant product so some hay should always be available. The minimal amount of forage the horse needs to consume in order maintain proper digestive tract health is 1% of its body weight. Therefore, a 1000 pound (450 kg) horse needs to consume at least 10 pounds (4.5 kg) of forage per day just for maintenance of a reasonable microbial population. If using hay to increase body weight, the horse will need to be consuming 2% of its body weight in forage and then add 25% above that level. Thus, a 1000 pound horse should be consuming 25 pounds of forage per day for gradual weight gain. If the horse cannot gain weight on forage alone, the addition of some soluble carbohydrates (starch) in the form of grains is traditionally used. Obtaining energy from starch is more efficient than obtaining it from fiber because it is a simple enzymatic process. The end result is to feed fewer pounds of grain than hay to supply the equivalent amount of energy to the horse. Even though grains are an excellent source of starch, they can be hazardous to the digestive tract if fed in excess. The starch molecules are broken down by enzymes and the simple sugars are absorbed into the bloodstream. The sugars are then either utilized or stored. Any starch that passes into the large intestine will be fermented. This is undesirable because the energy produced by this method is less than the amount produced by enzymatic means and excessive starch fermentation decreases the pH of the cecum and large colon which decreases the efficiency of the microorganisms to digest fiber and produce energy. Because not all grains, thus starch molecules, are digested equally, the form of the grain that you feed is important. Oat starch is easily digestible however corn and barley starch is not easily digested. If the corn or barley grain is heated, for instance, it changes the starch mole-

cule and makes it more easily digested. The danger in feeding too much starch occurs because some horses are more sensitive to starch overload. If too much grain passes into the large intestine, a cascade of problems ensues. The by-product of starch fermentation is lactic acid. As the pH of the environment decreases, the microorganisms begin to die off and produce endotoxins. These endotoxins pass into the bloodstream and can induce laminitis (inflammation of the lamina of the foot). Traditionally, fat was added to horse’s diets to improve coat shine. However, fat has proven to be an excellent and safe (compared to grain) energy source. Because fat is a concentrated source of energy, it can be used to successfully put weight on a thin horse. Horses can consume either animal fats or vegetable oils. Animal fats are less palatable and only 75% digestible compared to vegetable oils which are 95% digestible. Many horses consuming animal fats have been shown to “go off feed” when higher fat levels are fed. Common sources of vegetable oils are corn oil, rice bran, linseed, soybean oil, and coconut oil. Rice bran is an excellent source because it is a combination of rice oil and highly digestible fiber. Although horses have no problem digesting fat, it must be gradually introduced into the horse’s diet. Horses can tolerate upwards of 15% of fat within their total diet. The advantage of using fat in the diet to increase body weight is that it helps avoid the chance of starch overload. Fat works best when it is in combination with grain and /or highly digestible fibers such as beet pulp or soy hulls. Many commercially produced high quality feeds contain upwards of 10% fat in their feed formulations. Achieving ideal body condition and body weight is possible by first providing high-quality forage and then adding a high calorie concentrate. Weight gain in a thin horse will happen gradually, so if you are patient you will see your horse bloom.

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Can we take a minute to talk about So Big Is Better? We’re in the midst of a year with a Thoroughbred Triple Crown winner, a Hall of Fame-bound mare who could face him in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, a legion of militant, misguided fans trying to tell a neophyte owner what to do with his flashy chestnut champion, and Rachel Alexandra’s offspring lighting up Saratoga. The out-and-out coolest story going on between the rails, however, might stem from the Arabian world. So Big Is Better was the best racing Arabian in the country when he won the President of the U.A.E. Cup S. (G1) at Santa Anita in 2013, but instead of a triumphant return to the winner’s circle, he came back to the grandstand inside an equine ambulance with what appeared to be a careerending injury. After a year in the breeding shed, the 11-year-old son of Burning Sand lodged a comeback bid in the deep end, starting in the Grade 1 HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup at Sam Houston in March. It didn’t go well. He never connected with the field and was eased to the wire 50 ¾ behind winner Burning Fleet. To the outside observer, it was admittedly uncomfortable to watch. So Big Is Better lost by double digit margins in his first four starts back, but one of those was a second in

allowance company. He continued to show himself well in allowance company, but couldn’t seem to find that spark at the same level that won him his first Grade 1 at age nine two years earlier. It was then little surprise that So Big Is Better gave odds of 7-1 when he left the gate for the Grade 1 Delaware Park Arabian Classic H. on September 12. A wide-rallying trip got the horse to the front in the stretch, and away from the rest by three furlongs at the wire. If you’re going to find your spark, there are worse places than the richest Arabian race in North America. The lesson here? Owner/trainer Mark Powell knows what the heck he’s doing. So Big Is Better is a historic horse on several levels. His story, his longevity, and his stunning looks are all benchmarks for the racing breed for generations. With that being said, I decided to put a few aspects of So Big Is Better’s career into several levels of historical context. What this horse has accomplished over his life is truly remarkable. - A child born the same year as So Big Is Better is probably getting settled into the first semester of class in his or her sixth grade year. - One born the year So Big Is Better started running ought to be passing 14 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015

notes in a third grade classroom. - One of the best 3-year-old Thoroughbred crops in recent memory hit their sophomore years at the same time as So Big Is Better, including Hall of Famer Curlin, Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense, Belmont Stakes-winning filly Rags to Riches, and the hard-trying Hard Spun, to name a few. This group has already settled in as some of the breed’s most prominent sires, except for Rags to Riches, who is still trying to find her legs as a broodmare. - So Big Is Better has raced 64 times, and covered 476.96 furlongs in the process. That equals out to 59.62 miles – more than two marathons, or roughly the distance between Delaware Park and Parx Racing. - His average earnings per year over his eight seasons of racing is $48,869, which was roughly the median household income for a family in South Dakota in 2013. - So Big Is Better has crisscrossed the country, racing at 18 different tracks. If you punch each stop the horse has made into Google Maps, it comes out to roughly 48,226 miles on the road. Of course, that is taking the route suggested by the program and assumes he went straight from one track to the next. Adding in trips to the farm for layup and his stud career, it’s probably closer to 50,000. - So Big is Better was two years old


when Pioneerof the Nile, a Grade 1 winner and eventual sire of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, was born. - The oldest Thoroughbreds to win graded stakes in North America are Musketier, who won the Canadian Grade 3 Singspiel Stakes in 2012 and Calidoscopio winner of the Brooklyn H. (G2) at Belmont Park, both at age 10. A few horses, including the mighty John Henry, are tied for the oldest to win a Grade 1 at nine years old. - His greatest margin of victory was 10 lengths during a 2011 allowance race at Pleasanton. His greatest margin of

defeat came in his comeback start in 2015. - So Big Is Better won 28 races at distances from 4 ½ furlongs to 1 ¼ miles, with an average winning distance of roughly 7.21 furlongs. - Twenty-eight different jockeys have ridden the horse in at least one race, enough to fill the Kentucky Derby gate with eight left to cheer them on. Fittingly, the horse’s first jockey, Robert Paz, was aboard once again for his Delaware Park Arabian Classic score.

On a beautiful summer day at Delaware Park, Kathy Smoke, President of the Arabian Jockey Club, was on hand to induct Bobbi Patscheider into the Racing Tent of Honor and Don Condare into the Racing Hall of Fame. Bobbi's husband Don (above photo, second from right) and Bobbi's family were on hand to accept the award for her postumusly. Don Condare's former owners (pictured below, Alan Kirshner and Deb Mihaloff) and current owners (Howell and Margo Wallace) along with trainer Lynn Ashby accepted Don Condare's plaque. Photos by Paul Smoke.

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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

Spirit Winds Arabians Stallions at stud for Purebred Racing Heritage Breeding

by CHNDAKA

KD Kalhoun

1994 Black Stallion KD Kalibor x Belvedere Hartyna, by Baharr 7 wins, 8 placings. 6/35(7-4-4). Sire of limited offspring, 3 to race, 2 winners including STF Point Two Kalhoun (out of Twothepoint, by Samborzelsta) 3/18(2-1-1)0-1 exported

Racing photo, CHRISS SWA Š RASMI HUNT, COADY PHOTOGRAPHY

Kan You Run

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

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

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The Arabian Horse Foundation Veterinary Research Program

Dedicated to Improving the Health of Arabian Horses

By Beth Minnich Chair, Research Advisory Panel, Arabian Horse Foundation Humans have forged a unique bond with the horse and an important part of that relationship includes the desire to provide the best possible veterinary care for these magnificent animals. An organization that has been quietly going about supporting equine health research is the Arabian Horse Foundation (also known as the Arabian Horse Association Charity.) The Foundation is the charitable arm of the Arabian Horse Association and the Foundation’s mission is to provide funding support for equine health research, youth, education, and rescue & rehoming. The Foundation has a Board of Directors separate from the Arabian Horse Association and is financially supported solely through donations from the Arabian horse community. The research arm of the Foundation is committed to supporting equine

research directed at improving the health of the Arabian horse, especially projects focused on issues of particular concern to the Arabian breed. Since 2008, when the Foundation became involved in funding equine health research, over $65,000 has been distributed to a variety of projects, including collaborations with some of the top veterinary research programs in the world, such as UC Davis, Cornell University, the University of Florida, and the Morris Animal Foundation.

drome. The Foundation has also been involved in supporting both genetic and vaccine based studies directed at equine melanoma; a condition of particular concern in the Arabian breed given the large number of grey horses and the established link between greying and the development of equine melanoma. The Foundation has also donated to the rebuilding fund at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory at Colorado State University, which was destroyed by fire in 2011.

Although the Foundation has had limited funds available, through these dedicated efforts the Foundation has been successful in not only supporting, but also moving forward, important research in genetic conditions affecting the Arabian horse; including the development of genetic tests for the neurologic disorders Cerebellar Abiotrophy and Lavender Foal Syn-

Current research projects being supported by the Foundation include two genome based studies; one study investigating Equine Metabolic Syndrome (also known as insulin resistance), as well as a study that seeks to identify the genetic aspect of Juvenile Idiopathic Epilepsy. A study to investigate hoof imbalance and lameness has also been recently funded.

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Equine Metabolic Syndrome in the Arabian Horse This project was initiated in 2010 by Dr. Samantha Brooks, previously at Cornell University and now located at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) is a metabolic disorder characterized by insulin resistance, obesity and/or regional fat deposits, and often the development of laminitis. As horse owners are very aware, laminitis can be debilitating and even life threatening. The Arabian breed has been shown to be at moderate risk for EMS and as a historical contributor to the development of many other breeds, the Arabian was ideally suited for this project. The goal of this investigation is to discover molecular biomarkers and pathways associated with obesity and insulin resistance in the horse. This study has the potential to assist owners in more readily identifying horses at greater risk of EMS – allowing for improved management of these individuals, especially in regard to feeding and exercise programs. In addition, given the influence the Arabian has had on other breeds, the project also has the potential to provide important information for the health management of horses in general. Preliminary results include genetic mapping and discovery of a specific genetic area (locus) conferring risk for laminitis in the Arabian horse. This genetic marker is very promising as a functional hypothesis for the development of EMS and subsequent laminitis. Future work for this project involves: 1) validating this allele with additional sampling, in order to confirm the findings and meet the stringent requirements for publication and application of the work, and 2) to also develop definitive diagnostic criteria for EMS, hyperinsulinemia and sub-acute laminitis for clinical use and discrete categorization of individuals used in genetic mapping.

Juvenile Idiopathic Epilepsy in the Arabian Horse This project, initiated in 2013 by Dr. Samantha Brooks at the University of Florida in Gainesville, seeks to identify the genetic cause of Juvenile Idiopathic Epilepsy (JIE) in the Arabian horse and ultimately develop a diagnostic test to assist owners and breeders in identifying carrier breeding stock. The preliminary data from this project shows some exciting results and this project is entering into a validation phase, as the Brooks’ group has identified a candidate genetic marker that requires further investigation. As such, samples from horses who have been diagnosed with JIE (either active cases or in the past) are greatly needed, as well as unaffected relatives of these horses to serve as controls. Please contact the Brooks Equine Genetics Lab for more information on participating in this study: Phone: (352) 2738080, Email: equinegenetics@ifas.ufl. edu JIE is a seizure disorder in which a foal usually exhibits clinical signs between 2 days and 6 months of age. The seizures exhibited by foals with JIE generally begin with muscle stiffness all over the body and the foal might fall over. After the stiffening ceases, rapid muscle contractions then begin all over 18 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015

the body. The seizures can last from only a few seconds up to about 5 minutes. During this time the horse may lose consciousness, and could possibly injure itself while either falling over or thrashing on the ground. Once the episode has ended, the foal usually exhibits some temporary post-seizure signs including blindness, lethargic behavior, and disorientation. Once the horse has outgrown the seizures it can usually go on to live a normal healthy life. Anti-seizure medications have been effective in reducing frequency and severity of the seizures and are helpful in decreasing risk of injury during an episode. While JIE is thought to be a genetic disorder, no extensive work has been done to identify the exact genetic mode of inheritance or the proposed relationship with Lavender Foal Syndrome. The Effect of Hoof Trimming on the Medio-Lateral and Dorso-Palmar Load Distribution in Arabian Horses This is a newly funded project with Dr. Babak Faramarzi at Western University. This project is an innovative study that examines hoof imbalance, which is a leading cause of foot lameness. Many musculoskeletal injuries originate from hoof imbalances and asymmetrical force distribution across the joints, bones and related ligaments, and tendons are associated with the incidence of catastrophic injuries. This project is built upon a previously funded Foundation research project in which hoof strike data was gathered from a group of Arabian horses as they walked on a pressure plate, once before and once after hoof trimming. Data from this project will be analyzed through a software upgrade, which will work with the existing information, to examine biomechanical variables including vertical force, contact area and peak contact pressure at the medial, lateral, toe and heel regions of the fore-hooves. Data from before and after trimming will be compared using statistical analyses. The results of the study will provide objective


data on load distribution at different regions of the hoof in response to regular trimming. The results will provide valuable information on medio-lateral and toe-heel balance in Arabian horses and will create a benchmark for future studies, including a possible study of the effects of different trimming / shoeing practices currently used in Arabian horses. It is only through the financial contributions of donors that projects like these are possible. The Arabian Horse Foundation would like to thank all of its donors for their support, as well as the owners who participate in the studies. Whether it is a little or a lot, every dollar matters. In fact, if every

AHA member donated just $5 per year, it would provide a much wider funding base to work from and greatly enhance the ability of the Foundation to expand efforts and work toward making the Arabian horse community a leader in the area of equine health research. Donations can be made by using the donation check box on the AHA membership form when renewing or joining AHA. Donations can also be made online with PayPal at the Foundation’s website or by sending a check to the Foundation at the AHA offices. Donors can also designate if they want their funds directed toward a specific area of Foundation activity, such as research.

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The Arabian Horse Foundation is a 501c3 and as such all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. For more information about the Foundation and becoming a donor, please visit http://www.thearabianhorsefoundation. org.


KONTIKI: FOUNDER OF A GREAT RACING DYNASTY By Tobi Lopez Taylor, www.tobitaylor.com Back in the second out of 1940s, a chestnine starts. In nut colt named four of those Ziyadi so comvictories, he pletely dominatset track ed southern records. California’s racing scene that he Like his rival had to retire for *Orzel++, lack of competiwho had tion. A similar recently transituation arose sitioned from decades later winning racewhen Ziyadi’s horse to halgreat-grandson, ter champion, Kontiki (Camelot Kontiki also x Almiki, by Abu embarked on Farwa), bred by a successful Dr. Lloyd and show career. Doris Rosenvold, After running began his racing his last race at Kontiki competed at Scottsdale following his racing career. career in New Mexico’s December 1967 at Sunland Park in December 1971, Kontiki made Turf Paradise in Phoenix, Arizona. The long-striding, long- his halter debut less than 90 days later at the prestigious legged, white-grey colt won by twenty lengths over a field 1972 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. One observer who of eight. In short order, he racked up two more big wins, attended the show wrote that he was “still in nearly race then suffered his only defeat when he went up against condition, his clean lines were not blurred with fat, and *Orzel++, the 1967 U.S. National Champion Racehorse, after winning the six-and-over stallion class—in which he who was retired after that victory. In Kontiki’s next race, he won over *Druzba, *Eleuzis, and *Exelsjor, in that order— “made mincemeat of his rivals,” according to a newspaper he was named Reserve Champion to *Buszmen.” In early account. “He led the entire distance despite a 142-pound May of that year, Kontiki was entered in the All Arabian burden” and “galloped in by seven open lengths.” After Horse Show at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he won the that race, according to Gladys Brown Edwards, Kontiki was halter championship. Soon after his victory, he died of colic left with no competition, so he “took a breather from the on May 13. track for a while.” Kontiki was only ten years old at the time of his death, and It was at this point that Kontiki, who was owned during his it was unclear whether he had much of an opportunity to racing career by Christopher and Valeene Hampton-Wilcox, influence the breed as a racing sire, given the relatively few friends of the Rosenvolds, was leased to well-known racing offspring he sired. He certainly didn’t get off to a flying owner-breeders Stanley and Robbie Kubela, who sent him start in the breeding shed: neither of his first two foals, a back to the races in 1971. Kontiki resumed his winning colt born in 1966 and a filly born the following year, was ways, and was named 1971 U.S. National Champion raced or shown; furthermore, that colt was later gelded, Racehorse. His final tally consisted of eight wins and one and the filly produced no offspring. Fortunately, 10 of 20 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


Kontiki was a superior racehorse before becoming a superior sire.

Kontiki’s get were born in the spring of 1972, just prior to his death, and 11 more followed in 1973, for a total of 23 purebred offspring, many of them out of mares owned by the Kubelas that were daughters of the *Serafix son, Meteor. (Kontiki also sired 2 Anglo-Arabians.)

bestowed—shows no evidence of abating. For example, over the past 10 years, many of his descendants have won Darley Awards for their prowess on the racetrack. These worthy individuals include Rodania Arbi, 2005 Darley Older Mare; Sudden Mischief, 2005 Darley Older Horse; MD Blue Chip, 2006 Darley Horse of the Year and Darley Older Horse; Aim South, 2007 Darley Older Horse; Golly Bret, Quite A Show, and Venom, who were the Darley 3-Year-Old Colt honorees in 2008, 2009, and 2010, respectively; AF Sassey Dream, 2010 Darley Older Mare; Golden Odyssey, 2011 Darley 3-Year-Old Filly; and Mahra T, 2013 Darley 4-Year-Old Filly. All N All, a 2015 stakes winner, traces to Kontiki through her broodmare sire, Tron Ku Tu.

Once Kontiki’s foals from his 1972 and 1973 crops hit the track, it was clear that he was indeed a sire of top racing stock. Tiki Sahiber Ku was three times U.S. National Champion Racehorse. Tiki Tessar was also named National Champion Racehorse and inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame. Other race winners by Kontiki included Bint Karita Ku, Ibn Kontiki, Jikis Ellice, Tikis Bint Samia, Tikis Lilly Ku, and Tikis Starlit. Two of Kontiki’s daughters, Jikis Ellice and Kyla Tiki, also were Hall of Fame inductees. Nineteen of Kontiki’s foals (15 mares and 4 stallions) produced offspring. In short order, it was clear that his grandget had inherited his winning ways and that his legacy was assured. Among Kontiki’s best-known grandget are By Golly+/, Racehorse of the Year and Hall of Fame inductee; Flaming Rod, 3-Year-Old Colt of the Year; Flaming Tron Ku, two-time Darley Older Horse of the Year and Hall of Fame inductee; Flying Tessie+, Race Mare of the Year and Hall of Fame inductee; Samcherie, Darley Older Mare of the Year and Hall of Fame inductee; Sam Tiki+, Darley Champion 3-Year-Old Colt and Hall of Fame inductee; and Shawna Dew+, Race Mare of the Year and Hall of Fame inductee. The influence of Kontiki—who was himself inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1995, the first year the honor was

Stallions at stud that are carrying on Kontiki’s legacy include stakes winners Aim South (currently ranked 13th on the 2015 Leading Sires by Earnings list), Jolly By Golly, Sam Tiki+, Sand Tiki Special, and Sudden Mischief, as well as race winner Crownn Royal. In February 1968, when Kontiki’s racing career was barely underway, and he had only two foals on the ground, his breeder, Lloyd Rosenvold, made a prescient statement: “Someone has suggested that Kontiki is to Arabian racing what Man O’ War was to Thoroughbred racing. It has also been suggested that like the Godolphin Arabian, who was one of the great progenitors of the Thoroughbred breed, Kontiki will be the founder of a great racing dynasty. Is this suggestion extravagant? I hardly think so, for as of now, prospects look good. Time will be the great arbiter.” Fortunately, Dr. Rosenvold, who died in 2003, lived long enough to see that dynasty come to fruition.

R-Kidd won at Hazel Park in 2015. He is by the Kontiki grandson RKon, out of Patriot Games by Patriot Missle. 21 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


Paddys Day and RB Frynch Broad Win Big in Texas By Cory Kwok (@SwaggyCDawg) Paddys Day Prevails In Texas Arabian Derby (Saturday 8/29/2015) -- Paddys Day, behind for most of the race, spotted a considerable gap near the backstretch to Es Mi Cielo (Burning Sand Heaven Kan Wait, by Virgule Al Maury) before steadily climbing back into contention. He overcame a wide trip into the homestretch to kick clear of his brave, game rival inside the final sixteenths. Under solid urging by jockey Kelsi Purcell he managed a two-length triumph in the Grade III $20,000 Texas Arabian Derby at Retama Park. ES Mi Cielo was second and RB Moose third, followed by Southerland and TA My Virgule.

Paddys Day completed the 1 1/16 mile trip in track record time of 1:55.70. This was nearly a second (.89 to be exact) better than the prior record holder Tour De France (Bengali D'Albret - Rein Danse, by Wiking), who clocked in at 1:56.59 back on September 28, 2006 in another running of the Texas Arabian Derby. T M Fred Texas (Burning Sand - Queen Kong, by Kong) currently holds the USA record for the 1 1/16 mile distance, set at Arapahoe Park in Colorado on August 6, 2011 with a time of 1:52.97.

Paddys Day adds the Texas Arabian Derby (G3) to his already extensive list of 2015 accomplishments. Photo by Coady Photography.

The four year old bay colt (Burning Sand - AK Loretta, by Virgule Al Maury), conditioned by Scott Powell, owned by the Quarter Moon Ranch LLC duo of aforementioned trainer Scott Powell and his wife Lori, was bred in Texas by Jane R. Teutsch. He picked up his ninth win in 11 starts and collected a paycheck of $12,000 in this victory to vault into the six-figure money ranks with total earnings of $109.343.

Burning Sand

San Lou Romirz

*Mirzaz Elsinore Rose

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Virgule Al Maury

Kesberoy Valse Du Cassou

Lore

Wiking MSA Zbritzka

Paddys Day

AK Loretta

Jerenesto Torrez One-Two In Texas Arabian Oaks

(Saturday 8/29/2015) -- RB Frynch Broad rolled to her third consecutive win and made it back to back triumphs in graded stakes competition by capturing the Grade III $20,000 Texas Arabian Oaks at Retama Park. The four year old Florida-bred chestnut filly, sired by Madjani out of Frynch by Dormane (FR), was pushed to stay in striking contention early along the rail. She was checked a bit into the clubhouse turn before making a four wide bid near the quarter pole. She then powered ahead in deep stretch en route to victory under steady right hand urging by Ernesto Valdez-Jiminez. She finished 1 3/4 lengths ahead of stablemate RB Rich Kin (TB Richie - Calin Du Loup, Ginkga by Tornado De Syrah) and David Cabrera to give the connections of trainer Jerenesto Torrez and owner-breeder Dianne K. Waldron (Rosebrook Farms LLC for RB Frynch Broad, and herself for 22 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


RB Frynch Broad followed up her Delaware Park Arabian Oaks (G2) win with a victory in the Texas Arabian Oaks (G3).

Madjani

Tidjani

Flipper Managhi

Salama

Sibawaih Gamra

Dormane

Manganate Mandore

Fryga

Wielki Raz *Filga

RB Frynch Broad

Frynch

RB Rich Kin) a one-two finish in the race. RB Frynch Broad completed the one mile journey in 1:52.40 and earned $12,000 for the win to increase her lifetime earnings to $60,903 from 15 starts with five wins, six seconds, and a third. The RB pair finished 5 1/2 lengths clear of the Lynn Ashby trained and Krista Henningsgard owned Throughleap in third and the Scott Powell trained Quarter Moon Ranch LLC owned Sandicheeks in fourth. Hesster, All N All and Golly Zands rounded out the order of finish. 23 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


Hester and Dream Pearl Victorious in Wathba Stud Farm Cups By Cory Kwok (@SwaggyCDawg) Next up in the order of finish were MY Thunder Bolt, Special P, RB Cantata, and Aimee Oakley PW. Peaches And Creme, who was coming off a near 5 1/2-year layoff, started backpeddling past the half mile pole before straddling across the finish last of eight, 40 1/2 lengths behind the winner, and walking off.

Hesster wins the Wathba Stud Farm Cup at Retama Park. Photo copyright Coady Photography.

Stockton, CA - Saturday 9/12/2015 -- Dream Pearl (Burning Sand - Triumphs Pearl by Seyvilla Triumph) needed every bit of energy left, and the strong piloting of jockey Pedro Flores come crunch time, to fend off a gutsy effort by Helen Shelley owned and trained runner-up True Grit SA and his jockey Barrington Harvey. By capturing Saturday's Wathba Stud Farm Cup at Stockton, Dream Pearl remains undefeated with her fourth triumph in four starts. The 4-year-old chestnut filly, bred in Mississippi by Joseph and Betty Gillis, and trained by Osman Villalta for an owning consortium that consists of Dorothy Burt, Evelyn Call, Betty Eaton, and Cory Soltau, broke alertly and stalked True Grit SA until launching a three-wide bid midway around the far turn, ultimately engaging in a riveting stretch duel well off the rail before prevailing an unrelenting three parts of a length winner over her stubborn aforementioned rival and clocking the 6-furlong test in 1:20.21. Raineing Sand ran third 4 1/2 lengths behind the pair, completing an all Burning Sand-sired trifecta.

Selma, TX - Sunday 9/13/2015 -- Hesster (Dahess - Dixie Dance by Line Dancer) pulled ahead under a firm hold down the backstretch and kept to task accelerating three wide around the far turn before kicking clear late to capture Sunday's Wathba Stud Farm Cup at Retama Park. The 4-year-old gray filly, bred in Florida by Bill Waldron, finished the 6-furlong heat in 1:20.66 and was guided to a 4 1/2-length victory by Victor Urieta, Jr. for trainer Ken Danyluk and owner Kenneth Werner. Chndakasexpress, who ran on for second under David Cabrera for trainer Eric Schneider, saved ground throughout the trip and was jostled along to stay in striking position up into the final furlong before proving no match against Hesster. Both the victorious Hesster, and runner-up Chndakasexpress, had been set as the co-longest shots in the field of six at 8-1 on the morning line before being bet down to the 3-2 favorite and 3-1 third choice, respectively. Kafo, who had attracted morning line favoritism off his 20 3/4-length maiden special weight debut win the Sunday prior at Retama over the same distance, acted noticeably distressed in the post parade and was promptly urged to challenge the early pace but had nothing left for the drive and stayed on for third, 3 1/2 lengths ahead of Jess Is On Fire, Highh Aktivity, and Ibn Moulin Rouge.

*Mirzaz San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose Burning Sand

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Amer Dahess

Dahr Danie Du Cassou Nerva Du Cassou

Hesster

Dream Pearl Nodoromas Triumph

Seyvilla Triumph Sevilla Baskella

Triumphs Pearl

Wafi Bushra

Essquile Matilda El Orzel Brusally Orsta

Line Dancer

Burning Sand San Lou Tyrosa

Dixie Darlene

Wiking BW Ali Catt

Dixie Dance

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Age Doesn't Matter in Delaware Park's Biggest Stakes By Stephanie J. Corum The 2013 Darley Horse of the Year, has been working on making a comeback. He seemed to be struggling a bit, but at age 11, owner/ trainer Mark Powell still had a lot of faith in the nearly white stallion. The 3-year-old standout F Sixteen was instilled as the heavy favorite in the 1 1/4 mile stakes which carried a purse of $50,000. However, heavy rains started to fall and by the time the race went off the track was very sloppy. So Big Is Better stayed well off the pace and well off the rail. Through DC Willeys Song made a powerful move from last to first to easy win the Buzz Brauninger the final turn he was in the middle Arabian Distaff H. (G1) for owner Jon and Krista Henningsgard. of the racetrack. Jockey Robert Paz Maybe it was coming down from second place between pace setters rallied him to take the lead a furover a mile high in altitude to Royal Richess and Jewell AA. It was long out and then drove clear to barely above sea level, but what- Royal Richess who held the place win by 3 lengths in a time of ever it was, So Big Is Better and DC spot by a half-length over Jewell 2:21.85. Pacesetter Thess Is Willeys Song both looked much AA with Charich and RB Big N Rich Awesome also stayed off the rail. the best in their wins recently at completing the field. The final time He gave way on the far turn then was 2:06.81 over a fast track. Delaware Park. came back to loom a solid thread in midstrech, but couldn't hold off On September 5, five mares lined the winner. RB Rich ran down rivals up in the $40,000 1 1/8 mile Buzz Bred in Texas by Dan and Claudia in deep stretch to gain the show Brauninger Arabian Distaff H. (G1). Spears, DC Willeys Song (Doran spot. He was followed by Our All were local horses except DC SBFAR - Wibwilcca by Wilkolak) is Princess, Fearsome, RB Code, RB Willeys Song, who was coming off owned by Jon and Krista Brilliant and F Sixteen, who was a win in the Soaring Eagle Ranch Henningsgard and trained by Lynn never in the race and appeared Distaff S. (G3) at Arapahoe Park in Ashby. With this *Mirzaz Dormane Elsinore Rose Colorado. The 7-year-old mare was being her first Doran SBFAR unhurried early, but made a sweep- grade 1 victory, Azlaf Azjdib Ortie ing, impressive move around the DC Willeys Song's Rozane race DC Willeys Song far turn swallowing her rivals with lifetime every stride. She pulled away from record stands at El Paso Wilkolak Wadera the rest of the field with ease 4/23(7-6-3)3-6, Wibwilcca under steady urging from rider $104,205. Elef Wibracja Travis Wales. The battle was for Wieza 25 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


not to like the off track.

*Mirzaz San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose

So Big Is Better (Burning Sand x WW Mirror Image, by ZT Ali Baba) now has 28 wins from 64 starts and earnings approaching $400,000. He was bred in Virginia by James and Dianne Morris. At age 11, So Big Is Better is the oldest horse of any racing breed to win a graded stakes in the United States.

Burning Sand

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

ZT Ali Baba

Moniet El Nafis Imperial Al Ahbab

Refleksja

Gwydion *Rusnega

So Big Is Better

WW Mirror Image

These two older horses show the soundness, strength and determination so prevalent in the Arabian. They are excellent examples of their breed.

So Big Is Better kept to the middle of the sloppy track and determinedly won the Delaware Park Arabian Classic H. (G1).

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F Sixteen and Jewell AA Wow the Crowd at Delaware Park By Stephanie J. Corum

Delaware Park Arabian Derby (G2) When the boys arrived in the paddock for the Delaware Park Arabian Derby (G2) on August 22, there was one that stood out from the crowd. A big, strong 4-year-old colt appropriately named F Sixteen. He looked every part a racehorse even though he was only making his third lifetime start. After having won his first two starts by a combined total of 11 lengths, F Sixteen, trained by Randy Nunley, was instilled as the heavy favorite in the 1 ¼ mile grade 2 race. There was some bumping and jostling involving numerous horses at the start. When they settled down, Front Rowe and Fearsome (who happens to be a 4-year-old full brother to F Sixteen through embryo transfer) raced on the lead while F Sixteen galloped

easily at the back of the pack. He was 4-wide going into the turn, but ate up the ground with a huge stride and easily took over the lead. Easter Man, who was well placed early, was no match for F Sixteen as he ran by. Under Carol Cedeno, F Sixteen extended his lead to 18 at the wire, finishing the race in 2:18.58. Easter Man, trained by Guy Smith for Joe Gillis, held

Thoroughbred

T C Tomtyr

Samtyr Kellowa

Vanessa Du Loup

Manganate Nivada

F Sixteen Manganate

Nivour De Cardonne Pistaste Du Cassou

Dixies Valentine

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Dixie Darlene

Wiking BW Ali Catt


well for second and Lazur Hess, owned and trained by the husband and wife team of Mark and Lynn Ashby, finished third. The rest of the field were: RB Madjyk Man, Front Rowe, Out Ragehess, Desert Honour and Fearsome. F Sixteen, bred by owner Guy Neivens, hails from a royal family. He is the best foal to race by Darley Horse of the Year Thoroughbred. His dam, Dixies Valentine, is also a Darley Champion and is out of the great race and broodmare Dixie Darlene. F Sixteen is now 3-for-3 with the Derby being his first stakes win.

*Mirzaz San Lou Romirz Elsinore Rose Burning Sand

Du Smaragda

Azlaf Azjdib Rozane

Jewell AA Nodoromas Triumph

Seyvilla Triumph Seyvilla Baskella

Triumphs Pearl

Essquire Matilda El Orzel Brusally Orsta

Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Fillies Championship (G3) It’s no secret there’s a shortage of Arabian racehorses, and nowhere is that more evident than in the 3-yearold division (foals of 2012). The scratch of Sand Dove left only four to go postward in the 1 mile 70 yard contest for 3-year-old fillies. Madgicall, owned by Cre Run Enterprises, raced along the rail and showed the way for the first 6 furlongs. Jewell AA stalked the leader under patient handling from jockey Ricardo Chiappe, moved to the lead with a 2-wide move at the top of the stretch, and then drew clear as she was kept to task. RB Big N Rich, making her first lifetime start for owner Rosebrook Farms, was well placed early on and closed steadily to finish second best. Madgicall tired for third followed by Lady Haha who showed little. The final time was 1:56.50. Jewell AA (Burning Sand x Triumphs Silkie, by Seyvilla Triumph) has 3 wins in as many starts for owner/ breeder Joe and Betty Gillis.

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A ra b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of September 17, 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 4(3-1-0) 2 RB MADJYK MAN MADJANI x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 7(0-3-3) 3 EASTER MAN BURNING SAND x ANGEL PROOF GILLIS JOSEPH A 2(0-2-0)-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 RV MOULINS MONARCH MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE VICKERS EVELYN 2(1-0-0) 8 RB BURN MAJD AL ARAB x BURNIE GEE PW ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 1(1-0-0) 9 AMBUSH AA ALLEGRO AA x ISIS DE GARGASSAN GILLIS JOSEPH A 2(0-1-0) 10 LEGACY AA TRI TRAVELLER x FERDA OKBA LITTLEJOHN AUSTIN 2(0-0-0)

$24,500 $10,160 $8,000 $5,892 $5,181 $4,494 $3,456 $3,180 $2,125 $725

3 YEAR OLD FILLIES 1 JEWELL AA 2 RB BIG N RICH 3 RB ROYALE MADAME 4 LADY HAHA 5 RB MADYMOISELLE 6 MADGICALL 7 SAND DOVE 8 RV BINT ROUGE 9 SAND LILLY 10 SIERRA WINGS

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 MAJD AL ARAB x ROYALE FANFARE ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 1(1-0-0) NORPHE x HILARITIE SMOKE KATHRYN OR PAUL 3(0-0-2) MAJD AL ARAB x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARM LLC 1(1-0-0) MADJANI x TU FOR ALL CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 3(0-0-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x DISH THE DOSH GILLIS JOSEPH A 1(0-1-0) MOULIN ROUGE MAF x BINT BASKETTE VICKERS EVELYN 2(0-0-1) BURNING SAND x TRI TIKI JOY GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 1(0-0-1) DA ADIOS x A SECOND WIND CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 1(0-0-0)

$25,400 $11,200 $6,000 $3,400 $3,300 $2,450 $2,000 $680 $605 $600

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

$92,795 $32,136 $31,625 $22,335 $17,400 $15,960 $14,457 $13,825 $12,654 $10,254

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

MADJANI x FRYNCH ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 6(4-1-0)2-1 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 4(1-2-0)1-2 DAHESS x TOPPOFTHECLASS KLAUS PHILIP 4(2-1-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x TRIUMPHS PEARL BURT, CALL, EATON AND SOLTAU 4(4-0-0)1-0 DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE MARK POWELL 8(2-2-1) THOROUGHBRED x A NOBLE LEAP HENNINGSGARD KRISTA 9(0-3-2)0-2 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM REYNOLDS JEREMY 5(1-0-2) TH RICHIE x GINKA WALDRON DIANNE K 7(0-1-2)0-2 BURNING SAND x FRENCH SHORES POWELL MARK 4(1-0-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 7(1-1-1)

$45,795 $27,945 $19,300 $19,055 $16,515 $15,114 $12,500 $9,770 $9,040 $7,891

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

BURNING SAND x WW MIRROR IMAGE POWELL MARK 10(3-2-0)1-0 TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE FORD GARRETT 8(2-2-3)1-3 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 5(2-2-0)2-2 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 8(1-3-2)0-1 TH RICHIE x VIRTEUCE SHELLEY WARREN 7(1-0-4)0-4 BURNING SAND x PS KITTIES SAGE SHELLEY WARREN 8(1-4-0)0-1

$57,890 $31,771 $31,554 $30,840 $21,725 $15,205 $14,885 $12,303 $10,158 $9,659

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Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of September 17, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. OLDER MARES 1 SAND ON FIRE 2 DC WILLES SONG 3 MS DIXIE 4 ROYAL RICHESS 5 OUR PRINCESS 6 PICK ME 7 ONE HOT CHICK 8 RB CANTATA 9 MY VAZ IS HOT 10 TM ITS JUST ARIDE

BURNING SAND x B J ZELL TEUTSCH JANE 6(2-1-2)2-2 DORAN SBFAR x WILBICCA HENNINGSGARD JON 5(3-1-0)2-0 BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 5(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 CALIN DU LOUP x FRAYNCE SMEDING LETTIE 8(2-0-0) BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL VASQUEZ SAM 7(0-0-1)0-1 BURNING SAND x KALDONIA GLOSSER BILLIE 8(1-1-1)

$49,360 $44,700 $26,540 $24,485 $22,670 $12,186 $12,175 $10,198 $8,803 $7,895

Leading Sires

SIRE/YOB 1 BURNING SAND 1986 2 TH RICHIE 2001 3 DAHESS 1999 4 MADJANI 2000 5 THOROUGHBRED 2002 6 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE 1995 7 DORAN SBFAR 1998 8 CHNDAKA 1990 9 DORMANE 1984 10 THE LAST DANSE 2003

STRS 37 13 8 6 4 5 1 3 3 4

WNRS/ WINS 22/43 6/8 3/5 1/4 2/4 2/3 1/3 2/2 2/2 1/2

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 10/16 $551,300 PADDYS DAY/$92,795 1/1 $145,886 RB RICH/$31,771 1/1 $104,789 ALL N ALL/$27,945 1/2 $63,929 RB FRENCH BROAD/$45,795 1/1 $61,164 F SIXTEEN/$31,625 0/0 $46,929 OUR PRINCESS/$22,670 1/2 $44,700 DC WILLEYS SONG/$44,700 0/0 $20,281 CHNDAKASEXPRESS/$12,303 0/0 $19,683 PICK ME/$12,186 0/0 $19,265 MY THUNDER BOLT/$14,457

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

WNRS/ WINS 1/6 2/6 3/6 1/3 1/2 2/4 2/6 2/3 1/1 1/3

SW/ T OTAL WINS EARNINGS TOP EARNER/ EARNINGS 1/5 $92,795 PADDYS DAY/$92,795 1/2 $89,200 DC WILLEYS SONG/$44,700 1/2 $63,749 RB FRYNCH BROAD/$45,795 1/1 $57,890 SO BIG IS BETTER/$57,890 1/2 $50,520 SAND ON FIRE/$49,360 1/1 $45,450 F SIXTEEN/$31,625 2/2 $44,455 JEWELL AA/$25,400 1/1 $39,714 RB RICH/$31,771 1/1 $38,840 BURNING FLEET/$30,840 0/0 $32,136 ES MI CIELO/$32,136

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

WNRS/ SW/ WINS WINS EARNINGS 6/14 1/5 $178,628 9/11 1/1 $155,421 5/10 1/2 $88,832 3/6 2/3 $86,686 6/7 1/1 $78,407 2/6 1/2 $69,200 1/2 1/2 $50,520 2/6 2/2 $49,060 2/4 1/1 $46,050 2/3 0/0 $45,460

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Ara b ian Rac in g Le ad e rs as of September 17, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Leading Owners

NAME RECORD 1 QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC 50(13-5-6)6-4 2 POWELL MARK 46(6-8-5)1-1 3 ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC 21(8-5-4)2-2 4 CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC 27(2-5-4)1-5 5 HENNINGSGARD JON 11(5-3-0) 6 SHELLEY WARREN 32(7-8-5)2-8 7 FORD GARRETT 26(4-4-6)1-5 8 GILLIS BETTY AND JOSEPH 10(2-1-3)2-1 9 VASQUEZ SAM 34(5-5-4)0-5 10 NEIVENS GUY 13(4-0-2)1-0

EARNINGS $157,592 $97,325 $80,604 $76,304 $65,250 $63,971 $56,614 $53,780 $52,691 $42,590

Leading Trainers

NAME RECORD 1 ASHBY LYNN 58(11-12-13)2-10 2 POWELL SCOTT 61(15-7-8)8-6 3 POWELL MARK 57(7-9-9)2-1 4 BRAND ELIZABETH 62(9-9-13)1-6 5 SMITH GUY 29(5-8-7)2-3 6 NUNLEY RANDY 28(7-4-3) 7 SHELLEY HELEN 61(9-11-6)2-8 8 TORREZ JERENESTO 27(6-6-6)2-3 9 LAFLEUR RENEE 43(6-6-5)0-5 10 DANYLUK KEN 49(5-7-4)1-0

EARNINGS $212,670 $209,278 $107,001 $94,222 $89,550 $89,129 $88,077 $85,983 $60,173 $55,774

Leading Breeders

NAME RECORD 1 DIANNE K WALDRON 79(15-11-20)3-11 2 JANE TEUTSCH 35(9-4-3)7-3 3 ALAN KIRSHNER OR DEBORAH MIHALOFF 54(7-10-6)1-7 4 JOSEPH OR BETTY GILLIS 32(9-8-5)4-4 5 BILL WALDRON 45(8-10-5)3-4 6 DANIEL OR CLAUDIA SPEARS 9(6-2-0)2-0 7 L TODD MOAK 45(5-7-7)0-2 8 JAMES AND DIANNE MORRIS 10(3-2-0)1-0 9 GUY NEIVENS 17(5-2-1) 10 SAM VASQUEZ 44(4-7-6)1-4

EARNINGS $175,959 $159,120 $145,545 $124,555 $88,875 $69,200 $59,477 $57,890 $54,550 $51,732

Leading Jockeys

NAME RECORD 1 PURCELL KELSI 16(6-4-0)5-2 2 SWAN KIRSTEN 28(5-3-6)1-4 3 WALES TRAVIS 18(4-6-1)2-2 4 CHIAPPE RICARDO 22(7-4-4)1-2 5 CEDENO CAROL 13(7-2-1)1-0 6 VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO 15(5-2-3)2-1 7 FLORES PEDRO 18(7-4-3)2-1 8 MCNEIL ERIK 21(7-2-3)1-3 9 PAZ ROBERT 6(2-2-1)1-0 10 LOPEZ KARLO 20(4-3-4)1-1

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EARNINGS $104,256 $88,770 $76,498 $73,480 $72,850 $65,248 $51,420 $50,664 $47,500 $39,814


2015 Ru n n e rs as of September 17, 2015

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. HORSE'S NAME A LADYS MAN A ONE ABBOTT AKAI BBF ALL N ALL ALPHAA AMAZING CHERI MHF AMBUSH AA AYERS BABY GRAND CS BARKODE PW BELL SOUTH BEE VEE BEE BELL SOUTH BLAZING WINGS BURNING FLEET BURNING RAINE BY GOLLY ITS HOT CALLAMITTY JANE CHARICH CHNDAKAEXPRESS CR ARDIENTE CRIMINETLY DUDE CZARS GYPSY STORM DAHMAS MISCHIEF MHF DARTYN KRISS SWA DC WILLEYS SONG DESERT HONOUR DHAAN DJETS SON DJS DOUBLE O SEVEN DOC HOLIDDAY DORMANES FANTASY CS DREAM PEARL EASTER MAN ENORA BBF ES MI CIELO F SIXTEEN FADHLULLAH KINNDAH FASTANDFURIOUS FEARSOME FINE CUT FLEUR CHERIE FLEUR DAMOUR 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 KAFO KEEP ON DREAMIN KELLORA SWA

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 5(1-0-1) $8,300 ALA CROIXNOIRE x SHES THE MOST g 2(0-0-0) $174 KAOLINO x ADULATION c 3(1-0-1) $5,507 DAHESS x ALL TU SEXY f 4(1-2-0)1-2 $27,945 NOBLE HOUSE x THEATRE f 1(0-0-0) $125 AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-0) $87 ALLEGRO AA x ISIS DE GARGASSAN c 2(0-1-0) $2,125 BURNING SAND x BW ALI CATT c 5(2-2-0)2-2 $21,725 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 10(1-2-1) $7,071 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(1-1-1) $4,648 AIM SOUTH x HALIANNA f 10(1-2-1) $7,071 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 8(1-4-0)0-1 $9,659 BURNING SAND x GOLLY GAL g 7(1-1-1)1-0 $8,890 LZP JERRYZELL x LZP LEGACY JANE f 8(1-0-2) $7,028 TH RICHIE x ZILVER CHARM f 5(1-0-2) $12,500 CHNDAKA x GRAND MASQUERADE c 7(1-3-2)0-1 $12,303 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 7(0-0-0) $1,110 DORAN SBFAR x WIBWILCCA f 5(3-1-0)2-0 $44,700 NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x ANNAS DESERT ROSE c 7(2-1-0) $17,400 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 2(0-2-0)0-1 $8,000 KAOLINO x ENDORA BBF f 1(0-0-0) $0 BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT c 12(3-3-2)0-4 $32,136 THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE c 4(3-0-0)1-0 $31,625 KADOR DE BLAZIET x CANDIE CS c 2(0-0-0) $425 CHNDAKA x MISS FAST PTRACK c 3(0-0-1) $980 THOROUGHBRED x DIXIES VALENTINE c 6(1-2-0) $13,825 THOROUGHBRED x CASHMEIRE 1(0-0-0) $300 D ARTAGNAN KS x SHIPPEY LANE f 1(0-0-1) $580 GOREC x SHIPPEY LANE f 3(1-0-0) $5,000 NOBLE HOUSE x THEATRE c 3(1-0-0) $7,275 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 9(0-2-1) $5,057 DAHESS x DIXIE DANCE f 8(2-2-1) $16,515 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 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 32 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


KOUNT CZESTER SWA 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 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 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 SERGEANT PEPPER MHF SIERRA WINDS SO BIG IS BETTER SOUL SISSTER SOUTHERLAND SPECIAL P SUMMER REIGN CS TA BELLE DANCE TA MY VIRGULE

KAN YOU RUN x FMR OZARK EKLIPSE NORPHE x HILARITIE DAHESS x RZOE LUTE TRI TRAVELLER x FERDA OKBA MADJANI x TU FOR ALL OUAFFAR DE BLAZIET x VERONIQUE DJET SET DE FALGAS x WIKINGS WIXEN PARADOR x NOVELYNN KAOLINO x IM IN ORBIT BURNING SAND x DIXIE DARLENE THE LAST DANSE x HERE KITTY KITTY THE LAST DANSE x DOYA JUANA DANCE KADOR DE BLAZIET x SOUTHERN STYLE THE LAST DANSE x SOUTHERN STYLE THE LAST DANSE x FRENCH TWIST BURNING SAND x FORTY ALL BURNING SAND x TRI SUPERGIRL NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x LEGAL ROMANCE LAH DEE DAH x ORIWIA OMAN DE BLAZIET x JEST WON KISS BURNING SAND x FC BINT CHEZI LINE DANCER x CLEARLY CLASSIC NIVOUR DE CARDONNE x MONARCHS PRINCESS DAHESS x RUBIE ROSE BURNING SAND x AK LORETTA DORMANE x SHALL WE DANCE PW AKIM DE DUCOR x JESSYS PRINCESS TH RICHIE x QUICK NOON SAND TIKI SPECIAL x EDEE ROSE OUR MACHINE x QWEENOFHEARTS R-KON x PATRIOT GAMES BURNING SAND x PS STINAS SAGE TH RICHIE x BURNIE GEE PW BURNING SAND x AMMANTE MAJD AL ARAB x BURNIE GEE PW TH RICHIE x BURNING FIRESTAR CALIN DU LOUP x FRAYNCE CALIN DU LOUP x BURNING FIRESTAR TH RICHIE x DJENUINE MADJANI x FRYNCH MADJANI x BURNIE GEE PW MADJANI x FRYNCH MAJD AL ARAB x FRYNCH TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE TH RICHIE x GINKGA MAJD AL ARAB x ROYALE FANFARE TH RICHIE x ROYALE FANFARE TH RICHIE x GIZMOSON FIRE TH RICHIE x DJENZEL THE RICHIE x ROYAL ATHEENA MOULIN ROUGE MAF x BINT ASKETTE MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE MOULIN ROUGE MAF x ROYAL AMBIANCE MOULIN ROUGHE MAF x BINT BASKETTE MAJD AL ARAB x FAL KHARE BURNING SAND x HEAVEN KAN WAIT BURNING SAND x DISH THE DOSH BURNING SAND x TRI TIKI JOY BURNING SAND x B J ZELL BURNING SAND x VAGUE DE GEMME BURNING SAND x SURREAL CS AMAZING SON x SHIPPEY LANE DA ADIOS x A SECOND WIND 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

c 6(0-0-0) f 3(0-0-2) c 7(0-1-4)0-2 c 2(0-0-0) f 3(0-0-1)0-1 c 5(2-2-0) c 1(0-0-0) f 2(0-0-0) c 1(1-0-0) f 5(2-2-0)1-2 f 1(0-0-0) g 5(0-0-0) g 1(0-0-0) g 1(0-0-0) c 10(2-2-3) f 7(0-0-1)0-1 f 1(0-0-0) f 1(0-1-0) f 2(0-0-0) f 2(0-0-0) f 6(1-1-0)0-1 c 1(0-0-0) f 4(1-0-1)0-1 g 2(0-0-0) c 7(6-1-0)5-1 f 8(1-2-2) f 2(0-0-0) c 6(2-2-1)0-1 f 2(1-1-0) f 2(0-0-0) c 3(1-1-0) c 6(2-1-1) f 3(1-1-0)0-1 c 5(2-1-0)0-2 c 1(1-0-0) f 2(0-0-0) f 8(2-0-0) c 4(0-1-2) f 7(0-0-2) f 6(4-1-0)2-1 c 1(0-0-1) c 7(0-3-3) f 1(1-0-0) c 8(2-2-3)1-3 f 7(0-1-2)0-2 f 1(1-0-0) c 2(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) f 4(1-2-1)0-1 f 2(0-0-1) c 3(0-1-1) c 2(1-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) c 1(0-0-0) c 1(0-0-0) f 1(0-1-0) f 1(0-0-1) f 6(2-1-2)2-2 c 8(1-1-2)1-1 f 7(1-1-1) g 3(1-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) c 10(3-2-0)1-0 f 12(1-1-2) c 2(0-0-0) f 1(0-0-0) f 4(1-1-0) f 3(0-0-0) c 4(0-0-0)

33 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015

$590 $3,400 $15,960 $725 $2,450 $12,654 $58 $1,435 $4,020 $26,540 $176 $691 $190 $176 $14,457 $8,803 $430 $1,058 $100 $250 $12,175 $116 $22,670 $900 $92,795 $12,186 $100 $31,554 $4,735 $600 $6,540 $10,254 $11,200 $14,885 $3,180 $1,440 $10,198 $3,316 $4,211 $45,795 $594 $10,160 $3,300 $31,771 $9,770 $6,000 $1,943 $100 $174 $24,485 $680 $1,725 $3,456 $100 $300 $0 $2,000 $605 $49,360 $22,335 $7,891 $3,280 $600 $57,890 $7,397 $78 $75 $5,416 $780 $683


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 WHADDA QT WILL EYE AM CS WILMA CS WMA DESTINATION WMA FLEUR DE LIS WMA FRONTTIER WMA KINGDOM COME WMA SANDPAINTING WMA SANDSTORM WMA TEXAS RANGER ZELLS BELLS ZELLS FOLLIES

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 WILBWILCCA NO LIMITE x RCF MAID MYDAY NORPHE x CANDIE CS DJET SET DE FALGAS x WILLMA CS THE KENTUCKIAN x DESTTINEE THE KENTUCKIAN x WMA FLORA THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS THE KENTUCKIAN x SWEET CHEEKS THE KENTUCKIAN x PASTELLE RIBBONS THE KENTUCKIAN x SCARLET MRV WESTERN LOVE x WMA RHODA S W ZELL x BONITA LORENA S W ZELL x FOLLIES BERGERE

f 4(2-1-1)0-1 c 3(0-0-0) c 3(1-0-0) c 4(0-2-0)0-1 f 9(0-3-2)0-2 f 7(0-1-2) c 1(0-0-0) f 8(1-1-1) f 5(0-2-0) f 5(1-3-0) c 10(0-3-0) g 7(1-0-4)0-4 c 4(0-0-0) c 4(3-1-0) 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) c 6(1-0-0) c 9(0-0-2) g 2(0-1-1) c 1(0-0-0) c 1(0-0-0) c 4(0-1-0) f 1(0-0-0)

$19,300 $1,325 $6,396 $15,205 $15,114 $4,510 $600 $7,895 $7,130 $7,276 $8,016 $10,158 $2,195 $24,500 $491 $1,674 $548 $903 $165 $4,020 $3,894 $2,280 $100 $100 $3,609 $87

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2015 Rac e Ch arts

Statistics provided by the Arabian Jockey Club. Arapahoe Park

ARAPAHOE PARK - August 16, 2015 - Race 3 STAKES Crow Valley Ranch Classic S. (G3) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE AND 1/4 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (LINE DANCER - 2:17.20 - August 18, 2001) Available Money: $25,000 Value of Race: $25,000 1st $12,500, 2nd $5,000, 3rd $3,000, 4th $2,000, 5th $1,500, 6th $1,000 Track: FAST

ARAPAHOE PARK - August 15, 2015 - Race 5 STAKES Cobra / Soaring Eagle Ranch Distaff S. (G3) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES ONE AND 1/8 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (DJET SET DE FALGAS - 2:00.40 - August 09, 2009) Available Money: $25,000 Value of Race: $25,000 1st $12,500, 2nd $5,000, 3rd $3,000, 4th $2,000, 5th $1,500, 6th $1,000 Track: FAST Last Raced 4 1 01Aug15 ARP*USA 6 2 21Jun15 ARP*USA 1 1 05Jul15 OTP*USA 4 3 02Aug15 ARP*USA 4 2 02Aug15 ARP*USA 4 2 01Aug15 ARP*USA 4 3 01Aug15 ARP*USA 2 4 09Aug15 ARP*USA 4 8 01Aug15 ARP*USA Fractional Times: Split Times:

PP 3 2 8 4 1 6 9 7 5

Horse Name (Jockey) DC WILLEYS SONG (WALES TRAVIS) MS DIXIE (PURCELL KELSI) SAND ON FIRE (LUARK MIKE T) LIL RICH GIRL (LOPEZ KARLO) TM MADDAMEE (BRIDGES KELLY) RICHLY KEPT (HAAR NATHAN) MISS PARADISE (TRIANA JR ALFREDO) SOUL SISSTER (GONZALEZ PEDRO) CALLAMITTY JANE (FONSECA-SOTO FERNANDO)

Wgt 120 124 123 120 119 118 118 118 119

Start 1 3 7 5 2 4 9 8 6

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

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

3/4 Head 2 2 1/2 1 Head 4 1 1/2 3 8 5 4 1/2 7 1/2 6 9 15 8

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Str 1 1/2 1 6 2 3 3 3 4 9 5 25 7 Head 6 9 2 1/2 8

Fin 9 3/4 1 7 2 7 3 1/2 4 4 5 6 6 24 3/4 7 7 1/4 8 9

Odds 4.60 * 0.50 7.20 7.70 23.70 34.40 33.40 43.20 23.90

Final Time: 2:05.20

Winner: DC WILLEYS SONG, BAY MARE, by DORAN SBFAR out of WIBWILCCA, by WILKOLAK. Foaled Apr 24, 2008 in TEXAS. Breeder: DANIEL OR CLAUDIA SPEARS Winning Owner: HENNINGSGARD JON Trainers:

3 - DANYLUK KEN; 2 - POWELL SCOTT; 8 - POWELL SCOTT; 4 - DANYLUK KEN; 1 - DANYLUK KEN; 6 - BRAND ELIZABETH; 9 POWELL MARK; 7 - POWELL SCOTT; 5 - POWELL SCOTT

Owners:

3 - HENNINGSGARD JON; 2 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 8 - POWELL LORI; 4 - WERNER KENNETH R; 1 - DANYLUK KEN; 6 FORD GARRETT; 9 - POWELL MARK; 7 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 5 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC

Last Raced 2 1 05Jul15 OTP*USA 5 1 26Jul15 ARP*USA 5 2 26Jul15 ARP*USA 4 1 02Aug15 ARP*USA 4 4 02Aug15 ARP*USA 6 6 27Jun15 ARP*USA

PP 5 4 2 1 3 6

Horse Name (Jockey) PADDYS DAY (PURCELL KELSI) RB RICH (MCNEIL ERIK) RB BRILLIANT (HAAR NATHAN) SO BIG IS BETTER (LUARK MIKE T) DJETS SON (FONSECA-SOTO FERNANDO) SOUTHERLAND (TRIANA JR ALFREDO)

Fractional Times: 26.24 53.77 1:21.72 1:51.20 Split Times: (27.53) (27.95) (29.48) (29.51)

Wgt 124 120 120 122 119 118

Start

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

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

3/4 1 1/2 1 Head 3 1 2 2 1/2 4 25 5 6

Str 7 1 12 2 4 3 25 4 25 5 6

Fin 18 3/4 1 12 3/4 2 10 3 39 1/2 4 14 3/4 5 6

Odds * 0.50 3.50 11.60 4.70 15.70 16.10

Final Time: 2:20.71

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:

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

Owners:

5 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 4 - FORD GARRETT; 2 - FORD GARRETT; 1 - POWELL MARK; 3 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 6 POWELL MARK

Delaware Park DELAWARE PARK - August 15, 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: $12,625 Value of Race: $12,625 1st $7,500, 2nd $2,500, 3rd $1,375, 4th $750, 5th $375, 6th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 8 1 01Aug15 DEL*USA 9 2 01Aug15 DEL*USA 9 5 01Aug15 DEL*USA 12 6 18Jul15 DEL*USA 9 3 01Aug15 DEL*USA 9 4 01Aug15 DEL*USA

PP 2 4 5 3 1 6

Horse Name (Jockey) UPTOWN DANNYS BOY (CHIAPPE RICARDO) FEARSOME (TOMAS PIERRE) RB CODE (RIVERA GREGORIO A) TU FOR THE MONEY (CAMPBELL JANELLE) IN X HESS (SWAN KIRSTEN) DESERT HONOUR (REMEDIO MARIA)

Fractional Times: 25.52 51.23 1:05.44 Split Times: (25.71) (14.21) (14.56)

Wgt 117 120 120 120 120 120

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Start 1 6 3 2 4 5

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

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

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

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

Final Time: 1:20.00

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 JON Trainers:

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

Owners:

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

34 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015

Odds * 1.20 3.50 22.90 6.40 3.90 5.30


DELAWARE PARK - August 22, 2015 - Race 9 STAKES Bob Magness Memorial Arabian Derby (G2) - For Arabian THREE AND FOUR YEAR OLDS ONE AND 1/4 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (RW COUNTRY GENT - 2:15.20 - September 13, 2003) Available Money: $30,375 Value of Race: $30,375 1st $18,000, 2nd $6,000, 3rd $3,300, 4th $1,800, 5th $900, 6th $125, 7th $125, 8th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 9 1 01Aug15 DEL*USA 8 2 01Aug15 DEL*USA 12 5 18Jul15 DEL*USA 9 3 12Aug15 DEL*USA 9 1 22Jul15 DEL*USA 9 6 12Aug15 DEL*USA 9 6 15Aug15 DEL*USA 9 2 15Aug15 DEL*USA

PP 8 1 3 4 6 5 7 2

Horse Name (Jockey) F SIXTEEN (CEDENO CAROL) EASTER MAN (MARIN AUGUSTO A) LAZUR HESS (CHIAPPE RICARDO) RB MADJYK MAN (RODRIGUEZ MARIO) FRONT ROWE (SPIETH SCOTT) OUT RAGEHESS (SWAN KIRSTEN) DESERT HONOUR (REMEDIO MARIA) FEARSOME (TOMAS PIERRE)

Fractional Times: 25.00 52.19 1:20.54 1:50.05 Split Times: (27.19) (28.35) (29.51) (28.53)

Wgt 123 120 123 120 123 123 123 123

Start

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

DELAWARE PARK - August 22, 2015 - Race 10 STAKES Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Filly Championship S. (G3) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD FILLIES ONE MILE AND 70 YARDS On DIRT Track Record: (NF PROOF - 1:52.40 - September 17, 1988) Available Money: $19,400 Value of Race: $19,400 1st $12,000, 2nd $4,000, 3rd $2,200, 4th $1,200 Track: FAST

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

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

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

Fin 18 1 3 3/4 2 3 3 3 4 12 1/2 5 7 6 14 7 8

Odds * 0.40 19.80 6.40 23.70 5.10 18.70 14.50 5.10

Final Time: 2:18.58

Winner: F SIXTEEN, CHESTNUT STALLION, by THOROUGHBRED out of DIXIES VALENTINE, by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE. Foaled Apr 14, 2011 in MARYLAND. Breeder: GUY NEIVENS Winning Owner: NEIVENS GUY Trainers:

8 - NUNLEY RANDY; 1 - SMITH GUY; 3 - ASHBY LYNN A; 4 - SMITH GUY; 6 - NUNLEY RANDY; 5 - ASHBY LYNN A; 7 - ROMERO RODOLFO; 2 - NUNLEY RANDY

Owners:

8 - NEIVENS GUY; 1 - GILLIS JOSEPH A; 3 - ASHBY MARK J; 4 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 6 - RIGBIE FARM; 5 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 7 - RICHARDS STEVEN; 2 - RIGBIE FARM

DELAWARE PARK - August 29, 2015 - Race 9 ALLOWANCE - 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: $20,125 Value of Race: $20,125 1st $12,000, 2nd $4,000, 3rd $2,200, 4th $1,200, 5th $600, 6th $125 Track: FAST Last Raced 3 4 16Aug15 ARP*USA 9 6 04Jul15 DEL*USA 9 3 22Aug15 DEL*USA 12 2 18Jul15 DEL*USA 2

3

09Aug15 ARP*USA 9 4 15Aug15 DEL*USA

Horse Name (Jockey) SO BIG IS BETTER (PAZ ROBERT) THESS IS AWESOME (WALES TRAVIS) LAZUR HESS (CAMPBELL JANELLE)

Wgt 124 120 120

Start 2 3 6

1/4 1 4 1 1 1/2 2

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

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

Str 1 1/2 1 5 2 4 3

Fin 4 1 10 1/4 2 4 3/4 3

5 3 1

QUICK AND RICH (SPIETH SCOTT) PICK ME (FRANCOIS KALI) TU FOR THE MONEY (RIVERA GREGORIO A)

122 109 120

5 4 1

5 6 1/2 3

4 6 6 5

4 6 2 1/2 5

4 6 3 1/2 5

4 1 1/2 5 6

Fractional Times: 25.64 52.16 1:20.13 1:49.73 Split Times: (26.52) (27.97) (29.60) (7.78)

2

1/2

12

15

30

Odds 5.40 20.00 10.40

*

0.30 5.20 28.60

Final Time: 1:57.51

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

Owners:

2 - POWELL MARK; 4 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 6 - ASHBY MARK J; 5 - FRITZ TOM; 3 - POWELL PRESTON; 1 - KLAUS PHILIP

DELAWARE PARK - September 05, 2015 - Race 9 STAKES Buzz Brauninger Arabian Distaff H. (G1) - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES ONE AND 1/8 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (FLAMING TRON KU - 2:00.20 - September 05, 1987) Available Money: $40,000 Value of Race: $40,000 1st $24,000, 2nd $8,000, 3rd $4,400, 4th $2,400, 5th $1,200 Track: FAST Last Raced 5 1 15Aug15 ARP*USA 12 1 18Jul15 DEL*USA 10 1 22Aug15 DEL*USA 8 3 28Jul15 DEL*USA 10 2 22Aug15 DEL*USA

PP 4 1 5 2 3

Horse Name (Jockey) DC WILLEYS SONG (WALES TRAVIS) ROYAL RICHESS (SWAN KIRSTEN) JEWELL AA (CHIAPPE RICARDO) CHARICH (REMEDIO MARIA) RB BIG N RICH (RODRIGUEZ MARIO)

Fractional Times: 25.92 53.26 1:21.58 1:51.60 Split Times: (27.34) (28.32) (30.02) (15.21)

Wgt 121 120 119 115 112

Start 3 1 4 2 5

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

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

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

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

Fin 10 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 3 3 4 5

PP 4 3 1 2

Horse Name (Jockey) JEWELL AA (CHIAPPE RICARDO) RB BIG N RICH (RODRIGUEZ MARIO) MADGICALL (SWAN KIRSTEN) LADY HAHA (DOMINGUEZ CHRISTIAN G)

Fractional Times: 27.99 56.00 1:23.70 1:52.01 Split Times: (28.01) (27.70) (28.31) (4.49)

Wgt 119 119 119 119

Start 3 4 1 2

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

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

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

Str 4 1 3 2 8 3 4

Odds 4.20 * 0.80 2.00 17.90 9.90

Final Time: 2:06.81

Fin 3 1 9 2 7 1/2 3 4

Odds * 0.05 11.20 12.90 7.10

Final Time: 1:56.50

Winner: JEWELL AA, GREY MARE, by BURNING SAND out of TRIUMPHS PEARL, by SEYVILLA TRIUMPH. Foaled Mar 22, 2012 in MISSISSIPPI. Breeder: JOSEPH A OR BETTY J GILLIS Winning Owner: GILLIS JOSEPH A Trainers:

4 - SMITH GUY; 3 - SMITH GUY; 1 - ASHBY LYNN A; 2 - NEILSON WALLACE C

Owners:

4 - GILLIS JOSEPH A; 3 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 1 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 2 - SMOKE KATHRYN K OR PAUL J

DELAWARE PARK - September 02, 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: $12,625 Value of Race: $12,625 1st $7,500, 2nd $2,500, 3rd $1,375, 4th $750, 5th $375, 6th $125 Track: FAST

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PP 2 4 6

Last Raced 9 1 12Aug15 DEL*USA --8 6 14Jul15 DEL*USA 9 3 05Aug15 DEL*USA

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Last Raced 9 7 22Aug15 DEL*USA 9 3 15Aug15 DEL*USA 9 5 29Aug15 DEL*USA 9 5 15Aug15 DEL*USA 9 5 22Aug15 DEL*USA 9 2 12Aug15 DEL*USA

PP 3 4 5 1 2 6

Horse Name (Jockey) DESERT HONOUR (CAMPBELL JANELLE) RB CODE (CHIAPPE RICARDO) PICK ME (PAZ ROBERT) IN X HESS (SWAN KIRSTEN) FRONT ROWE (TOMAS PIERRE) AMBUSH AA (RODRIGUEZ MARIO)

Fractional Times: 25.69 52.11 1:06.55 Split Times: (26.42) (14.44) (14.46)

Wgt 119 119 117 119 119 112

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 6 5 1 4 3 2

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

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

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

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

Odds 21.20 2.90 8.50 5.20 * 1.70 2.50

Final Time: 1:21.01

Winner: DESERT HONOUR, BAY GELDING, by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE out of ANNAS DESERT ROSE, by PATRIOT MISSLE. Foaled Mar 15, 2011 in VIRGINIA. Breeder: ALAN KIRSHNER OR DEBORAH MIHALOFF Winning Owner: RICHARDS STEVEN Trainers:

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

Owners:

3 - RICHARDS STEVEN; 4 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 5 - POWELL PRESTON; 1 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 2 - RIGBIE FARM; 6 GILLIS JOSEPH A

DELAWARE PARK - September 09, 2015 - Race 9 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FILLIES AND MARES ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (SAM TIKI - 1:47.60 - June 03, 1989) Available Money: $10,125 Value of Race: $10,125 1st $6,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,100, 4th $600, 5th $300, 6th $125 Arabian Jockey Club Track: FAST Copyright © 2015 Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. and Equibase Company LLC, all rights reserved. Data provided or compiled by Arabian Jockey Club, Inc. and Equibase Company LLC generally are accurate but occasionally errors and omissions occur as a Last PP Horse Namemistakes (Jockey)in processing and other causes. Wgt Arabian StartJockey 1/4 Club, Inc. 1/2 and Equibase 3/4 Str Fin disclaim Odds resultRaced of incorrect data received from others, Company LLC, 9 for the consequences, 5 2 2 1/2 1 1/2 4 4 * responsibility if any, of such errors, RICARDO but would to their 05Sep15 DEL*USA 1 RB BIG N RICH (CHIAPPE ) appreciate having 119 them5being called 1 1 attention. 1 1 1 0.70 1 2 3 8 10 --3 EXTRA HOPE (PAZ ROBERT) 124 6 2 2 2 2 2 7.90 1/2 1/2 2 4 --6 FABLED (CEDENO CAROL) 124 1 6 5 3 3 3 2.40 1 Head 3 4 10 --2 SIERRA WINDS (WALES TRAVIS) 119 2 3 4 4 4 4 22.50 8 5 Head Head 1 1 1/4 01Aug15 DEL*USA 4 FINE CUT (TOMAS PIERRE) 124 3 4 3 6 5 5 8.40 1/2 1 1/2 --5 KEEP ON DREAMIN (SWAN KIRSTEN) 119 4 5 6 5 6 6 10.60 Fractional Times: 28.00 56.57 1:24.67 Split Times: (28.57) (28.10) (29.74)

Final Time: 1:54.41

Winner: RB BIG N RICH, CHESTNUT MARE, by TH RICHIE out of BURNIE GEE PW, by BURNING SAND. Foaled Jan 13, 2012 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC

Winner: DC WILLEYS SONG, BAY MARE, by DORAN SBFAR out of WIBWILCCA, by WILKOLAK. Foaled Apr 24, 2008 in TEXAS. Breeder: DANIEL OR CLAUDIA SPEARS Winning Owner: HENNINGSG Trainers:

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

Owners:

4 - HENNINGSGARD JON; 1 - FOSTOCK ANN S; 5 - GILLIS JOSEPH A; 2 - REYNOLDS JEREMY; 3 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC

Trainers:

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

Owners:

1 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 3 - POWELL MARK; 6 - NEIVENS GUY; 2 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 4 - RIGBIE FARM; 5 - CHUR BARB

Ferndale FERNDALE - August 22, 2015 - Race 3 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SEVEN FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (BOEAGLE - 1:32.80 - August 22, 2004) Available Money: $8,369 Value of Race: $8,369 1st $4,505, 2nd $1,670, 3rd $1,022, 4th $617, 5th $212, 6th $212, 7th $131 Track: FAST Last Raced 1 2 02Aug15 SR*USA 2 4 15Aug15 SR*USA 2 3 08Aug15 SR*USA 2 6 09Aug15 SR*USA 2 4 08Aug15 SR*USA 1 1 16Aug15 SR*USA 1 7 02Aug15 SR*USA

PP 4 6 7 3 5 2 1

Horse Name (Jockey) MY THUNDER BOLT (HERRERA HUGO) TRUE GRIT SA (MADEIRA CARLOS D) SPECIAL P (CRISPIN JOE) MY NITRO (GODOY LUIS ALBERTO) NIVOURS ROMANCE (SAMUELS JAKE) BURNING RAINE (RUSSELL CHRIS) BLAZING WINGS (HARVEY BARRINGTON)

Fractional Times: 26.17 53.58 1:22.23 Split Times: (27.41) (28.65) (14.91)

Wgt 123 123 125 123 122 123 120

Start 5 1 4 3 2 7 6

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

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

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

Fin Head 1 9 3/4 2 Nose 3 3 1/4 4 Nose 5 15 6 7

Odds 2.30 * 1.50 11.40 13.10 8.40 4.60 11.50

Final Time: 1:37.14

Winner: MY THUNDER BOLT, BAY GELDING, by THE LAST DANSE out of FRENCH TWIST, by VIRGULE AL MAURY. Foaled Feb 17, 2011 in TEXAS. Breeder: RANCHO MILAGRO YEGUA INC Winning Owner: RUBIN HOWIE Trainers: Owners:

4 - BORG ABEL; 6 - SHELLEY HELEN; 7 - POWELL MARK; 3 - PARKER MORRIS F; 5 - BORG ABEL; 2 - SHELLEY HELEN; 1 - RAYMOND DALE T 4 - RUBIN HOWIE; 6 - SHELLEY HELEN; 7 - POWELL MARK; 3 - RUBIN HOWIE; 5 - BORG ELISABETH; 2 - SHELLEY WARREN; 1 FEDDEMA, ARLEVA N AND FEDDEMA, JOHN R

FERNDALE - August 28, 2015 - Race 3 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FIVE FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (CATCH YA LATER - 1:04.00 - August 09, 2003) Available Money: $3,240 Value of Race: $3,240 1st $1,700, 2nd $650, 3rd $410, 4th $260, 5th $110, 6th $110 Track: FAST Last Raced --1 2 16Aug15 SR*USA 1 4 19Jul15 SAC*USA 1 4 16Aug15 SR*USA 1 6 16Aug15 SR*USA 1 3 16Aug15 SR*USA

PP 5 6 3 1 2 4

Horse Name (Jockey) Z YOYO GO (HERRERA HUGO) TRU KAOLINA (MADEIRA CARLOS D) MY CHARADE (GODOY LUIS ALBERTO) TA BELLIE DANCE (RUSSELL CHRIS) MY DURANGO EXPRESS (SPIKES SHAWN) MY LARAMIE (CRISPIN JOE)

Fractional Times: 26.15 53.77 Split Times: (27.62) (14.25)

Wgt 123 123 121 123 123 126

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 2 1 4 3 6 5

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

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

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

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

Odds 3.90 * 1.10 14.20 2.60 17.50 6.10

Final Time: 1:08.02

Winner: Z YOYO GO, CHESTNUT GELDING, by WALK THE LINE out of RCF MAID MYDAY, by BAR SAMA ASAM. Foaled May 02, 2011 in WASHINGTON. Breeder: RED CLOUD FARMS Winning Owner: BORG ELISABETH Trainers:

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

Owners:

5 - BORG ELISABETH; 6 - BORG ELISABETH; 3 - RANCHO MILAGRO YEGUA INC; 1 - SMEDING HENDRIK; 2 - SMEDING LETTIE; 4 PARKER MORRIS

35 • Arabian Finish Line • October 2015


FERNDALE - August 29, 2015 - Race 2 ALLOWANCE - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD FIVE FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (CATCH YA LATER - 1:04.00 - August 09, 2003) Available Money: $3,518 Value of Race: $3,518 1st $1,810, 2nd $690, 3rd $434, 4th $274, 5th $114, 6th $114, 7th $82 Track: FAST Last Raced 2 6 08Aug15 SR*USA 3 4 22Aug15 FER*USA 3 1 22Aug15 FER*USA 1 1 02Aug15 SR*USA 2 5 08Aug15 SR*USA 3 3 22Aug15 FER*USA 3 7 22Aug15 FER*USA

PP 2 7 1 3 5 6 4

Horse Name (Jockey) AIMEE OAKLEY PW (MADEIRA CARLOS D) MY NITRO (GODOY LUIS ALBERTO) MY THUNDER BOLT (HERRERA HUGO) RAINEING SAND (RUSSELL CHRIS) RB CANTATA (GREEN AUBRIE) SPECIAL P (CRISPIN JOE) BLAZING WINGS (RAMIREZ MARCIAL)

Fractional Times: 26.05 53.36 Split Times: (27.31) (14.08)

Wgt 123 123 123 126 108 125 120

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 2 1 4 7 3 5 6

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

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

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

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

Odds 20.60 16.40 1.60 * 1.10 9.10 7.00 20.50

Final Time: 1:07.44

FERNDALE - August 30, 2015 - Race 1 STAKES Ferndale Arabian S. - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD SEVEN FURLONGS On DIRT Track Record: (BOEAGLE - 1:32.80 - August 22, 2004) Available Money: $7,610 Value of Race: $7,610 1st $4,350, 2nd $1,450, 3rd $890, 4th $540, 5th $190, 6th $190 Track: FAST Last Raced 3 2 22Aug15 FER*USA 2 5 15Aug15 SR*USA 2 1 15Aug15 SR*USA 2 3 15Aug15 SR*USA 1 3 02Aug15 SR*USA 2 7 15Aug15 SR*USA

PP 1 5 2 3 6 4

Horse Name (Jockey) DQ-TRUE GRIT SA (MADEIRA CARLOS D) BY GOLLY ITS HOT (CRISPIN JOE) AYERS (HERRERA HUGO) TWICE RICH (RUSSELL CHRIS) RB CREED (HARVEY BARRINGTON) ONE HOT CHICK (JAMES JARELL)

Wgt 124 126 126 125 124 125

Fractional Times: 24.97 51.69 1:21.05 Split Times: (26.72) (29.36) (14.70)

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Start 2 3 6 1 5 4

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

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

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

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

Odds 8.90 8.30 * 0.80 2.30 11.50 13.70

Final Time: 1:35.75

Winner: BY GOLLY ITS HOT, CHESTNUT STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of GOLLY GAL, by BY GOLLY. Foaled May 10, 2008 in TEXAS. Breeder: SAM VASQUEZ Winning Owner: BARBEAU KATHERINE

Winner: AIMEE OAKLEY PW, BAY MARE, by AIM SOUTH out of ATLANTISE, by BACO DU CASSOU. Foaled Feb 25, 2010 in TEXAS. Breeder: PAMELA A WEIDEL Winning Owner: BORG ELISABETH Trainers:

2 - BORG ABEL; 7 - PARKER MORRIS F; 1 - BORG ABEL; 3 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - POWELL MARK; 4 - RAYMOND DALE T

Owners:

2 - BORG ELISABETH; 7 - RUBIN HOWIE; 1 - RUBIN HOWIE; 3 - SHELLEY WARREN; 5 - SMEDING LETTIE; 6 - POWELL MARK; 4 FEDDEMA, ARLEVA N AND FEDDEMA, JOHN R

Disqualification(s):

# 1 TRUE GRIT SA from 1 to 4

Trainers:

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

Owners:

1 - SHELLEY HELEN; 5 - BARBEAU KATHERINE; 2 - SHELLEY WARREN; 3 - SHELLEY WARREN; 6 - BORG ELISABETH; 4 - SHELLEY WARREN

Retama Park RETAMA PARK - August 29, 2015 - Race 1 STAKES Texas Arabian Derby (G3) - For Arabian FOUR YEAR OLD ONE AND 1/16 MILES On DIRT Track Record: (PADDYS DAY - 1:55.70 - August 29, 2015) Available Money: $20,000 Value of Race: $20,000 1st $12,000, 2nd $4,000, 3rd $2,000, 4th $1,200, 5th $800 Track: FAST Last Raced 3 1 16Aug15 ARP*USA 2 2 15Aug15 SR*USA 4 7 02Aug15 ARP*USA 3 6 16Aug15 ARP*USA 1 4 08Aug15 ARP*USA

PP 4 1 3 5 2

Horse Name (Jockey) PADDYS DAY (PURCELL KELSI) ES MI CIELO (SANCHEZ SIGALA ALFREDO) RB MOOSE (TAYLOR LARRY) SOUTHERLAND (CABRERA DAVID) TA MY VIRGULE (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO)

Fractional Times: 26.26 52.32 1:20.49 1:48.53 Split Times: (26.06) (28.17) (28.04) (7.17)

Wgt 122 122 122 122 122

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 2 1 5 3 4

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

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

3/4 12 2 1 1 8 3 15 4 5

Str 1/2 1 10 2 15 3 15 4 5

Fin 2 1 26 2 35 3 27 1/2 4 5

Odds * 0.05 5.40 * 0.05 12.80 17.80

Final Time: 1:55.70

4 - POWELL SCOTT; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 3 - POWELL SCOTT; 5 - POWELL MARK; 2 - SCHNEIDER ERIC W

Owners:

4 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 1 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 3 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 5 - POWELL MARK; 2 - ERNST, JUDY AND SCHNEIDER, ERIC W

RETAMA PARK - September 05, 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: $5,500 Value of Race: $5,500 1st $3,300, 2nd $1,100, 3rd $605, 4th $330, 5th $165 Track: FAST Horse Name (Jockey) RB MADYMOISELLE (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) GOLLY ZANDS (PURCELL KELSI) SAND LILLY (CABRERA DAVID) TM ERICA (GARCIA RUIZ EFIGENIO) WMA FLEUR DE LIS (VERA ELIAZAR T)

Fractional Times: 25.55 52.48 1:06.36 Split Times: (26.93) (13.88) (14.57)

Wgt 118 120 118 120 121

Start 2 1 4 3 5

Arabian Jockey Club

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

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

Str 10 1 4 2 10 4 1 3 5

Fin 20 3/4 1 2 3/4 2 12 1/4 3 24 1/4 4 5

Odds * 0.60 9.90 1.50 11.10 15.20

Final Time: 1:20.93

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

Owners:

1 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 3 - VASQUEZ SAM A; 5 - GILLIS BETTY J AND JOSEPH A; 4 - MOAK TODD L; 2 - DELEON RITA

SANTA ROSA - August 15, 2015 - Race 2 STAKES Santa Rose Arabian S. - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (LE FROMAGE - 1:46.20 - August 04, 2007) Available Money: $8,895 Value of Race: $8,895 1st $5,075, 2nd $1,650, 3rd $1,010, 4th $610, 5th $210, 6th $210, 7th $130 Track: FAST Horse Name (Jockey) AYERS (FREY KYLE) ES MI CIELO (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) TWICE RICH (SEVERINO MAICOL J) TRUE GRIT SA (MADEIRA CARLOS D) BY GOLLY ITS HOT (HERRERA CRISTOBAL) SAND VICTOR (FLORES PEDRO) ONE HOT CHICK (FLORES PABLO)

Fractional Times: 25.80 52.07 1:20.75 Split Times: (26.27) (28.68) (33.21)

Wgt 123 123 123 120 123 123 118

Start 5 1 3 2 4 6 7

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

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

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

Arabian Jockey Club

Wgt 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

Start 7 3 6 1 2 5 4

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

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

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

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

Fin 1 3/4 1 5 1/2 2 4 1/2 3 9 3/4 4 6 1/2 5 15 3/4 6 7

Odds 1.30 1.30 10.60 11.40 13.20 * 0.80 36.90

Final Time: 1:52.40

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

Trainers:

1 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 3 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 5 - ASHBY LYNN A; 4 - POWELL SCOTT; 6 - DANYLUK KEN; 7 - ASHBY LYNN A; 2 - LAFLEUR RENEE

Owners:

1 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 3 - WALDRON DIANNE K; 5 - HENNINGSGARD KRISTA; 4 - QUARTER MOON RANCH LLC; 6 - WERNER KENNETH R; 7 - CRE RUN ENTERPRISES LLC; 2 - VASQUEZ SAM A

RETAMA PARK - September 06, 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 ------2 5 26Jun15 ARP*USA 1 3 09Apr15 HOU*USA ---

PP 1 3 4 2 5 6

Horse Name (Jockey) KAFO (SANCHEZ SIGALA ALFREDO) WILL EYE AM CS (PURCELL KELSI) RB GOLIATH (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) KOUNT CZESTER SWA (GARCIA RUIZ EFIGENIO) RV GRANDE ROUGE (CHAPA ISAAC) WMA TEXAS RANGER (CHACALTANA DOMINGO)

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

Wgt 118 120 118 120 121 118

Arabian Jockey Club

Start 3 2 4 5 6 1

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

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

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

Fin 20 3/4 1 2 1/4 2 1/4 3 3/4 4 40 1/4 5 6

Odds * 1.10 10.60 2.00 20.90 2.60 41.60

Final Time: 1:22.26

Winner: KAFO, GREY STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of FRYNCH, by DORMANE. Foaled Jan 19, 2012 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: AL SHAQAB RACING

Santa Rosa

PP 4 1 2 3 6 7 5

Horse Name (Jockey) RB FRYNCH BROAD (VALDEZ JIMINEZ ERNESTO) RB RICH KIN (CABRERA DAVID) THROUGHLEAP (CARSON LAURA) SANDICHEEKS (RODRIGUEZ CELSO) HESSTER (ARELLANO IVAN) ALL N ALL (SWAN KIRSTEN) GOLLY ZANDS (PURCELL KELSI)

Fractional Times: 25.70 53.42 1:07.82 Split Times: (27.72) (14.40) (14.44)

Trainers:

Last Raced 3 1 18Jul15 SAC*USA 1 1 30Jul15 SR*USA 2 1 09Aug15 SR*USA 2 2 09Aug15 SR*USA 2 4 09Aug15 SR*USA 1 3 30Jul15 SR*USA 2 1 24Jul15 SAC*USA

PP 1 3 5 4 6 7 2

Winner: RB FRYNCH BROAD, CHESTNUT MARE, by MADJANI out of FRYNCH, by DORMANE. Foaled Apr 15, 2011 in FLORIDA. Breeder: DIANNE K WALDRON Winning Owner: ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC

Trainers:

PP 1 3 5 4 2

Last Raced 11 1 11Jul15 DEL*USA 8 6 28Jul15 DEL*USA 8 2 28Jul15 DEL*USA 4 7 12Jul15 ARP*USA 4 9 02Aug15 ARP*USA 11 2 11Jul15 DEL*USA 1 5 16Aug15 SR*USA Fractional Times: Split Times:

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

Last Raced --2 7 29Aug15 RET*USA --1 3 08Aug15 ARP*USA ---

RETAMA PARK - August 29, 2015 - Race 2 STAKES Texas Arabian Oaks S. (G3) - For Arabian FOUR YEAR OLD FILLIES ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (MS DIXIE - 1:49.72 - November 17, 2012) Available Money: $20,000 Value of Race: $20,000 1st $12,000, 2nd $4,000, 3rd $2,000, 4th $1,200, 5th $800 Track: FAST

Odds * 1.70 1.80 12.30 31.30 12.20 3.70 9.50

Final Time: 1:53.96

Trainers:

1 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 3 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 4 - TORREZ JERENESTO; 2 - DANYLUK KEN; 5 - SPANN LORI; 6 - DELEON RITA F

Owners:

1 - AL SHAQAB RACING; 3 - LAFLEUR RENEE M; 4 - ROSEBROOK FARMS LLC; 2 - WETZEL JAMES L JR; 5 - VICKERS EVELYN L; 6 DELEON RITA

SANTA ROSA - August 15, 2015 - Race 2 STAKES Santa Rose Arabian S. - For Arabian THREE YEAR OLD AND UPWARD ONE MILE On DIRT Track Record: (LE FROMAGE - 1:46.20 - August 04, 2007) Available Money: $8,895 Value of Race: $8,895 1st $5,075, 2nd $1,650, 3rd $1,010, 4th $610, 5th $210, 6th $210, 7th $130 Track: FAST Last Raced 3 1 18Jul15 SAC*USA 1 1 30Jul15 SR*USA 2 1 09Aug15 SR*USA 2 2 09Aug15 SR*USA 2 4 09Aug15 SR*USA 1 3 30Jul15 SR*USA 2 1 24Jul15 SAC*USA

PP 4 1 2 3 6 7 5

Horse Name (Jockey) AYERS (FREY KYLE) ES MI CIELO (AGOSTO VELAZQUEZ JESUS) TWICE RICH (SEVERINO MAICOL J) TRUE GRIT SA (MADEIRA CARLOS D) BY GOLLY ITS HOT (HERRERA CRISTOBAL) SAND VICTOR (FLORES PEDRO) ONE HOT CHICK (FLORES PABLO)

Wgt 123 123 123 120 123 123 118

Start 5 1 3 2 4 6 7

Arabian Jockey Club

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

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

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

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

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

Odds * 1.70 1.80 12.30 31.30 12.20 3.70 9.50

Winner: AYERS, CHESTNUT STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of BW ALI CATT, by ZT ALI BABA. Foaled Feb 05, 2006 in FLORIDA. Breeder: BILL WALDRON Winning Owner: SHELLEY WARREN

Fractional Times: 25.80 52.07 1:20.75 Split Times: (26.27) (28.68) (33.21)

Final Time: 1:53.96

Trainers:

4 - SHELLEY HELEN; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 2 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - POWELL MARK; 7 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 5 SHELLEY HELEN

Winner: AYERS, CHESTNUT STALLION, by BURNING SAND out of BW ALI CATT, by ZT ALI BABA. Foaled Feb 05, 2006 in FLORIDA. Breeder: BILL WALDRON Winning Owner: SHELLEY WARREN

Owners:

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

Trainers:

4 - SHELLEY HELEN; 1 - LAFLEUR RENEE; 2 - SHELLEY HELEN; 3 - SHELLEY HELEN; 6 - POWELL MARK; 7 - VILLALTA OSMAN; 5 SHELLEY HELEN

Owners:

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

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ince 1986 the very best Arabian horses have competed at Delaware Park. Cre Run has been proud to support this meet with racing many wonderful Arabian horses over the years. It is sad to say but Arabian racing at Delaware Park is at a critical point in its existence. This meet barely survived in 2015 with fewer than 60 horses running. If this meet is not supported in 2016 with more than 60 horses, then we will lose the only truly, and we mean truly, professional race meet in the United States.

It has always been our hope that in time, Texas would rise to equal Delaware Park. Because of this Cre Run has supported from its inception many Texas Stakes races, knowing had we not traveled to Texas, the race would have been lost. Because of the recent disputes between the Texas Legislature and the Texas Racing Commission, it leaves little positive hope and support for Texas horsemen. If the Texas tracks are not allowed to run on Jan 1st 2016 and if Delaware Park does not get positive commitment from horsemen, then Arabian racing as we know it in the United States will not exist. Cre Run will continue to support Delaware Park as long as there is a meet. We hope that when you think about choosing where you will be running your Arabians in 2016, you give considerable thought to the overall success of Arabian racing in this country.

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