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Thursday, January 30, 2014 Sunshine Millions/California Cup On Saturday, January 25 $250,000 California Cup Turf Classic

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Injury kept Weewinnin off the track for 11 months in 2013. “We had a great trip,” Talamo said. “I was able to sit After that long of a layoff, a few seconds of suspense was behind the two horses in front. I could see that (Summer Hit) not an issue for his backers in Saturday’s $251,500 California was starring to get tired, and I was able to get through. Cup Turf Classic at Santa Anita Park. “I had a ton of horse,” Talamo said. Weewinnin Jockey Joe Talamo had Weewinnin on “For a mile and an eighth race, they went the rail on the turn of the turf race over a fast pace. My horse loved the distance.” 1 1/8 miles, waiting for running room behind Huntsville finished fourth, but was the pacesetters. When space developed, only a neck behind Stoney Fleece. Talamo urged Weewinnin to the front Lucky Primo, the winner of the 2012 in early stretch and guided the four-year-old California Cup Classic, finished fifth, gelding to a 21-1 upset win in the year’s top followed by China Prince, Empty race for older California-breds. Headed, Maybe Tuesday, Summer ©Benoit Photos Weewinnin ($44.80) finished 2 1/4 Hit, Jonny’s Choice, Unusual lengths in front of 10-1 Stoney Fleece, Meeting, Hittheroadrunning, who was a neck in front of 9-2 Jules Tiz a Minister, and Affrettando. Journey. Summer Hit, the 6-5 favorite, Weewinnin races for set a quick pace of :23.45 and :46.88 E-Racing.com, Bill and Jill seconds but faded from contention in Gray, Janet Lyons and Jeremy the final furlong. Peskoff. By Gray’s Farm’s Comic Weewinnin was fourth for the first Strip, Weewinnin has won six furlongs, racing on the inside. three of sixstarts and $281,880. Continued on Page 4

Cal-Bred Champions Announced The California-bred Horse of the Year for 2013 will be announced at the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner, to be held February 10 at The Claremont Hotel Club & Spa in Berkeley. Continued on page 2

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Unusual Heat . . . . . . . . . . .124 Tribal Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Eddington‡ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Ministers Wild Cat . . . . . . . 121 Benchmark . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Kafwain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Bertrando† . . . . . . . . . . . . .105 Old Topper . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Southern Image . . . . . . . . . 85 Good Journey . . . . . . . . . . 63 Decarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Tizbud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Heatseeker (Ire) . . . . . . . . . 58 Salt Lake* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Swiss Yodeler . . . . . . . . . . 89 Lucky Pulpit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Marino Marini . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 In Excess (Ire)* . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Vronsky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Stormin Fever . . . . . . . . . . . .73 Rocky Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Cindago* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Atticus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Affirmative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Game Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Suances (GB) . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Terrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Awesome Gambler . . . . . . 43 Globalize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Perfect Mandate* . . . . . . . . 36 Prime Timber‡ . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Sea of Secrets . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Popular . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Cee’s Tizzy† . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Square Eddie . . . . . . . . . . 13

,6'-6. 786 1182 875 936 851 867 610 721 664 476 548 335 341 405 643 304 500 561 251 493 384 175 295 198 238 193 452 300 235 234 282 484 233 228 48

2'3&. 1") 114 199 128 169 126 124 100 112 105 62 62 42 46 75 87 38 74 83 43 50 78 39 49 23 37 36 44 22 24 42 30 43 30 33 7

7'-)()*. $4,903,019 4,810,599 3,698,416 3,526,137 2,893,260 2,532,511 2,409,301 2,047,923 1,939,568 1,865,461 1,723,239 1,595,921 1,481,295 1,367,856 1,353,563 1,291,116 1,259,385 1,222,913 1,187,797 1,111,118 1,002,537 845,904 821,599 807,234 741,182 718,891 661,929 647,778 645,767 586,902 544,170 528,176 507,907 505,867 473,045

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Tribal Rule . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Ministers Wild Cat . . . . 121 Eddington‡ . . . . . . . . . .128 Benchmark . . . . . . . . . . 117 Kafwain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Unusual Heat . . . . . . . . 124 Old Topper . . . . . . . . . .. 103 Southern Image . . . . . . . 85 Bertrando† . . . . . . . . . . 105 Swiss Yodeler . . . . . . . . . 89 In Excess (Ire)* . . . . . . . . 89 Rocky Bar . . . . . . . . . . . 59

,6'-6. 1182 936 875 851 867 786 721 664 610 643 561 384

2'3&. 1") 199 169 128 126 124 114 112 105 100 87 83 78

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Tribal Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Bertrando† . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Square Eddie . . . . . . . . . 13 Swiss Yodeler . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Dixie Chatter . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Lucky Pulpit . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kafwain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Time to Get Even . . . . . . . 17 Desert Code . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Decarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Lucky J. H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Papa Clem . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

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7'-)()*. $576,758 502,636 473,045 424,458 397,949 390,273 293,993 273,087 259,446 257,937 257,170 243,863

The statistics contained in these rankings are compiled by The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. (TJCIS). While every effort is made to prevent errors and omissions, California Thoroughbred cannot guarantee their complete and total accuracy. A dagger (†) indicates that a stallion has been pensioned, an asterisk (*) that he has died, a dot (•) that he is now standing elsewhere, a number sign (#) that he did not stand in California in 2013 but is standing in the state in 2014, a double dagger (‡) that he is not standing in California in 2014 but will stand in the state in 2015 and in !"#$ that he is a freshman sire. In all cases, a sire will remain in the rankings until the year after his last California foals are two-yearolds. Statistics cover racing in North America (U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico), England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates only.

CTBA CAL-BRED CHAMPIONS Continued from page 1

The four finalists for Horse of the Year, in alphabetical order, are: Halo Dolly, Points Offthebench, Teddy’s Promise and Tiz Flirtatious. The business session of the annual meeting begins at 4 p.m. with a 6 p.m. cocktail reception and a 7 p.m. awards dinner. For reservations, please contact Christy Chapman at (626) 445-7800 ext: 247 or email at christy@ctba.com. The other champions that will be presented at the dinner: Champion Sire of California Conceived Foals by Earnings—”Unusual Heat,” owned by The Unusual Heat Syndicate. Champion Sire of California Conceived Foals by Turf Earnings—”Unusual Heat,” owned by The Unusual Heat Syndicate. Champion Sire of California Conceived Two-Year-Olds by Earnings—”Tribal Rule,” owned by The Tribal Rule Syndicate. Champion Sire of California Conceived Foals by Number of Winners— ”Tribal Rule,” owned by The Tribal Rule Syndicate. Champion Freshman Sire of California Conceived Foals by Earnings - “Square Eddie,” owned by J. Paul Reddam. Champion Breeders of California Foaled Thoroughbreds by Earnings— Tommy Town Thoroughbreds. Trainer of the Year Award—Jerry Hollendorfer. Champion California-bred Horse of the Year—TBA at Awards Dinner. Champion California-bred Two-Year-Old Female—”Swiss Lake Yodeler,” 2 CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBRED WEEKLY • January 30, 2014

bred by owners Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams, trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, sired by Swiss Yodeler. Champion California-bred Two-Year-Old Male—”Tamarando,” bred by owners Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams, trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, sired by Bertrando. Champion California-bred Three-Year-Old Female—”Doinghard-timeagain,” bred by owner Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, sired by Ministers Wild Cat. Champion California-bred Three-Year-Old Male—”Gervinho,” bred by Barry Abrams and Madeline Auerbach, owned by Keith Brackpool, trained by Carla Gaines, sired by Unusual Heat. Champion California-bred Older Male—”Points Offthebench,” bred by Gary Rocks, owned by Donnie Crevier and Charles Martin, trained by Tim Yakteen, sired by Benchmark. Champion California-bred Turf Horse—”Tiz Flirtatious,” bred by owner Pamela Ziebarth, trained by Martin Jones, sired by Tizbud. Champion California-bred Older Female—”Tiz Flirtatious,” bred by owner Pamela Ziebarth, trained by Martin Jones, sired by Tizbud. Champion California-bred Sprinter—”Points Offthebench,” bred by Gary Rocks, owned by Donnie Crevier and Charles Martin, trained by Tim Yakteen, sired by Benchmark. Also at the dinner, trainer William Morey, Jr. and stallion In Excess (Ire) will be inducted into the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA) Hall of Fame. www.ctba.com


Sunshine Millions/California Cup On Saturday, January 25 Continued From Page 1 $250,000 California Cup Turf Classic Presented By City National Bank Weewinnin was the 60-1 upset winner of the King Glorious Stakes at Beffair Hollywood Park in December of 2012. Weewinnin was eighth in the California Breeders’ Champion Stakes open division here in January 2013 before being sidelined. Trained by Brian Koriner, Weewinnin returned to racing at Hollywood Park in December, finishing second in an allowance race over six furlongs on turf.

“He ran great last time,” Talamo said. “He probably needed the race.” Saturday, all Weewinnin needed was a bit of luck.—continued at www.DRF.com, By Steve Andersen PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished with permission from www.DRF.com

$250,000 California Cup Derby California Chrome proved himself best of the statebreds on when ridden for the first time by Victor Espinoza, who was Saturday at Santa Anita Park with an overpowering victory in California Chrome back aboard Saturday. the $250,000 California Cup Derby, a performance that his “It’s like the light bulb has gone on,” said Sherman, who trainer, Art Sherman, thought was in him, and which will earn said the addition of Lasix and blinkers has contributed to California Chrome a shot to prove himself worth of getting to California Chrome’s improvement. He is three for five with another Derby, the one in Kentucky on May 3. both Lasix and blinkers. “He had been training like a bomb,” Sherman said after “I didn’t want to throw all that at him at once,” Sherman California Chrome rolled to a 5 1/2-length victory in the said. “We didn’t rush him. He’s learned how to rate himself.” 1 1/16-mile race for three-year-olds. Tamarando, winner of the ©Benoit California Chrome got a perfect trip on Saturday. He sat grade I Del Mar Futurity last summer, rallied for second, 3 1/4 third behind Better Bet and Life Is a Joy before making an eyelengths in front of third-placed Life Is a Joy. catching move into the lane that catapulted him to the front. Awesome Return was fourth and was followed, in order, by Better Bet, Public Sherman said California Chrome would make his next start in the grade II, Policy and Lucky Views. $300,000 San Felipe Stakes on March 8. That 1 1/16-mile race is the last major prep Three horses did not finish the race. Aotearoa was eased on the far turn. And for the grade I, $1 million Santa Anita Derby on April 5. Sherman said California then in the stretch, Electric Eddie, while racing in fifth place, broke down, and, Chrome was nominated to the Triple Crown. Those nominations closed Saturday. unable to run straight because of his injuries, veered into the path of Oh Billy Billy, California Chrome, a chestnut-colored colt by Harris Farms’ Lucky Pulpit out of who ran into him. the Not for Love mare Love the Chase, was bred and is owned by Steve Coburn and Martin Garcia, riding Oh Billy Billy, and Mario Gutierrez, on Electric Eddie, Perry Martin.—continued at www.DRF.com, By Jay Privman both were dislodged. Neither rider appeared injured, nor did Oh Billy Billy. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Republished with permission from www.DRF.com Electric Eddie, however, suffered a serious injury to his left front leg. He was taken back to the barn of trainer Ben Cecil for X-rays. As of 5:30 p.m. Pacific on The Story Behind California Chrome Click here to read more By Robbie Rodriguez Saturday, he was still alive. California Chrome was winning for the fourth time in eight starts. This was the second straight race in which he clobbered his opposition. He won the seven- Sherman Polishing California Chrome With Derby In Mind By Jay Hovdey Click here to read more furlong King Glorious at Betfair Hollywood Park on December 22 by 6 1/4 lengths

$200,000 California Cup Oaks With blinkers refitted, longshot Susans Express sat a close Periban, a native of Mexico who operates a small Southern Susans Express California second at the rail going to the far turn and found a seam three stable, notched his first-ever stakes win in the off the fence turning for home and powered through the lane United States. with Kent Desormeaux to take Saturday’s $200,000 California “I knew this filly could run on the grass, and I made a little misCup Oaks by 1 1/4 lengths, getting one mile on turf in 1:34.72. take last time when I took the blinkers off,” said Periban. “I put Off at 65-1 in a field of 14 California-bred three-year-old them back. We did our best, and the jockey did a good job, too.” fillies, Susans Express, trained and co-owned by Jorge Periban, Anniversary Kitty, ridden by Corey Nakatani, broke from the tried the grass for the first time in the Oaks. Susans Express was far outside and made a protracted run wide-out through the lane to winless in four starts since breaking her maiden sprinting for a get up for second by a nose over Rovenna and Victor Espinoza. ©Benoit $50,000 claiming tag on August 30. Off at 6-1, Anniversary Kitty paid $8.40 and $6.60. “Jorge told me exactly how to ride this filly and obviously it worked out,” said Nakatani noted that his mount took sick following a first-out maiden win on Desormeux, who collected his second stakes win of the day. “She’s a very nice filly. December 21, but had trained well coming into the Oaks. I’m just glad to be back here and I have to thank Jorgie for putting me on.” Rovenna, ridden by Victor Espinoza, broke alertly from post 10, was caught fiveA filly by Magali Farms’ Decarchy, Susans Express, owned by her breeder Ed wide into the first turn and settled into third down the backside in what appeared to be a perfect trip. She finished a length in front of Harlington’s Rose and paid $8.20 Delaney, Carrillo and Periban, paid $132.40, $44.20 and $20.60. She picked up $120,000 for the win, nearly quintupling her earnings to $153,140. to show.—By Santa Anita Publicity 4 CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBRED WEEKLY • January 30, 2014

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$125,000 Donald Valpredo California Cup Sprint Trainer Richard Baltas was all smiles following Saturday’s close, and he still can kick when he’s up close. He just came Big Macher $125,000 Donald Valpredo California Cup Sprint for good into the race real good and it was a great day.” reason, as his Big Macher, claimed seven starts back out of a A four-year-old gelding by Beau Genius, Big Macher paid maiden $20,000 claimer on July 17 at the Del Mar $6.20, $4.20 and $3.80. Owned by Tachycardia Stables or Mansor, Big Macher Thoroughbred Club, had just powered to a 1 3/4-length picked up $75,000 for the win, hiking his earnings to win under Rafael Bejarano, covering six furlongs in a rapid $146,428. It was his third win from eight starts. 1:08.62. Coach Bob, off at 23-1, set rapid fractions of :21.95, :44.62 Breaking from the outside post in a nine-horse field, and :56.47 and ran a huge second, finishing, a half-length in Big Macher, the second choice at 2-1, sat second to longshot ©Benoit front of a fast finishing Kate’s Event and Victor Espinoza. Coach Bob and Kent Desormeaux down the backside “This is the quickest horse I’ve ridden in 10 years—no doubt,” said and around the far turn before taking the lead at the top of the lane. “Rafael said he was going to sit far back, but I told him that if he breaks sharp Desormeaux. “The winner took the race from him. I love this horse. He has not to be too far out of it,” said Baltas. “I think that’s where he likes to be, up tons of heart.”—By Santa Anita Publicity

$125,000 Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf Sprint In her second career try down Santa Anita Park’s suit her,” said Miller, whose owner purchased her following a Ciao Bella Luna unique 6 1/2-furlong hillside turf course, Ciao Bella fourth place finish in the grade II Raven Run at Keeneland Luna, with Kent Desormeaux up, sat second to Marks on October 19. “She ran well last time when we prepped in Mine and Frank Alvarado down the hill, took the lead the Monrovia. This was the logical spot to come back and outside Marks Mine crossing the dirt at the top of the she ran super. Kent rode her great.” lane and prevailed in a head and head duel with the Owned by Rockingham Ranch, Ciao Bella Luna picked pacesetter to the wire, winning Saturday’s $125,000 up $75,000 for the win, hiking her earnings to $262,110. Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf Sprint by a half She registered her fourth win from 12 starts. . length in 1:12.81. Trained by Steve Specht, Marks Mine, who carved Trained by Peter Miller, Ciao Bella Luna was the third out splits of :22.45, :44.59 and 1:06.80, regained the lead choice at 5-1 in a field of 11 older fillies and mares bred in ©Benoit from the winner a sixteenth of a mile out and ran too good California and paid $13.00, $6.40 and $4.80. . to lose. “I thought we would be way back early,” said Desormeaux. “She broke “When my filly crossed the dirt, she jumped,” said Alvarado. “I thought horrible her last out so the only thing I did differently was I asked her to I would have been there. I think her jumping cost us the race.” leave there better. “She carried me the rest of the way. She was in the bridle, just Based at Golden Gate Fields, Marks Mine was off at 9-1 and paid $10.40 really floating along.” and $6.40. A four-year-old filly by Ballena Vista Farm’s Tribal Rule, Ciao Bella Luna Tribal Spy, ridden by Irving Orozco, finished a head back of Marks Mine and broke slowly in the grade II Monrovia down the hill on January 5, finishing an paid $7.60 to show. even fifth behind course specialist Pontchatrain. Favored at 3-1, Unusual Hottie, ridden by Rafael Bejarano, finished fourth, “We bought her to be a synthetic horse and we thought maybe the turf would 1 1/4 lengths behind Tribal Spy.—By Santa Anita Publicity

Tommy Town Repeats As Leading Breeder Led by champion three-year-old filly Doinghardtimeagain, Tommy Town Thoroughbreds is the champion breeder of California-foaled Thoroughbreds by earnings for the second consecutive year. The award will be presented at the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner, to be held February 10 at The Claremont Hotel Club & Spa in Berkeley. Tommy Town Thoroughbreds finished with foal earnings of $3,089,448. Doinghardtimeagain, a homebred daughter of Tommy Town stallion Ministers Wild Cat, contributed the biggest chunk of that total, $388,240, including a win in the grade II Hollywood Oaks. Tommy Town Thoroughbreds finished first in earnings in 2012 with $2,561,735, also led by Doinghardtimeagain with $198,500. Tommy Town Thoroughbreds also was the California champion breeder in 2009. www.ctba.com

Interview With CTBA President Sue Greene Q: When and how did you first get involved in the Thoroughbred breeding industry? How does your professional background influence your Thoroughbred breeding plan? A: I was introduced to Thoroughbred racing in 1968 after I convinced my Dad to buy the horse I was competing with in endurance racing.—Click Here Continued At www.ctba.com CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBRED WEEKLY • January 30, 2014 5


Weekly Update Showtime For Lakerville Away 17 months, six-year-old Lakerville smoked late under Corey Nakatani to take Sunday’s $75,000 Clockers’ Corner Stakes by 1 1/4 lengths, getting 6 1/2 furlongs down Santa Anita Park’s hillside turf course in 1:11.75. Well in-hand approaching the dirt crossing at the top of the lane, Nakatani was about five lengths behind a three-horse spread consisting of early leader Ankeny ©Benoit Hill, El Commodore and 2-1 favorite Ready for More. Nakatani set after the leaders crossing back to the turf and overhauled Ankeny Hill and Edwin Maldonado inside the sixteenth pole to comfortably hold off a late run from Sweet Swap and Rafael Bejarano.—By Santa Anita Publicity

Gross, Average, Median Increases At Barretts A yearling son of Midnight Lute and a two-year-old son of Majestic Warrior each brought $70,000 to top the Barretts January Mixed Sale that saw increases in nearly every category. With the exception of broodmares, the average for all categories of horses rose, leading to an overall sale average of $8,683, up four percent over the 2013 figure of $8,348. This year’s January 27 sale at the Hinds Pavilion in Pomona, Calif., saw 224 sell for $1,944,900, compared to 184 selling for $1,536,100 a year ago. The median jumped 18.9 percent, from $4,500 in 2013 to $5,350 in 2014.—continued at www.BloodHorse.com, By Tracy Gantz PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished with permission from www.BloodHorse.com

Fire Agency Adopts Large Animal Rescue Guidelines Firefighters who respond to horse-related emergencies have a new tool now that the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has adopted guidelines for carrying out large animal rescues. The guidelines are designed to ensure the safety of animals and humans during rescues, said Rebecca Gimenez, PhD, president and primary instructor of Technical Large Animal Emergency. In December 2013, the NFPA—an international organization that provides codes, standards, training, and education for firefighters and other responders—adopted the “ Standard,” which includes guidelines specifically addressing animal rescues. It is the first time such guidelines have been included in an NFPA standard, Gimenez said.—continued at www.theHorse.com, By Pat Raia PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished with permission from www.BloodHorse.com

TOC Schedules Open Forum Horsemen are invited to an open forum to be held Saturday, February 8, at 10:30 a.m. in the Baldwin Conference Room on the third floor of the Clubhouse Level at Santa Anita. Registration ends February 7 at 5:00 pm. Meet TOC directors for a discussion of current events and a chance to have your questions answered. Have a question or hot topic? Email us in advance at info@toconline.com.

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Send Photos Of 2014 Foals Through the August 2014 issue of California Thoroughbred, the official publication of the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA), this year’s crop of Thoroughbreds foaled in the Golden State will again be spotlighted in each monthly magazine with advertorials featuring six to eight photos of foals per page. The cost to publish individual photos is $75 each, while a full page insertion will be discounted down to $500. These charges represent a reduction of more than 50 per- cent on the price of a regular full-page advertisement in the magazine. Insertions will include a caption with each foal’s sire, dam, broodmare sire, sex, date of birth and breeders, as well as the details, including a logo, of their farm location. Photos need to be submitted by the following Monday deadlines; March 3 (April issue); April 7 (May issue); May 5 (June issue); June 2 (July issue); and July 7 (August issue). For additional information, please contact the magazine’s Advertising Manager, Loretta Veiga, at Loretta@ctba.com/(626) 445-7800, extension 227, or its Managing Editor, Rudi Groothedde, at rudi@ctba.com/(626) 445-7800, extension 226. Photos for free inclusion on the CTBA’s web site, CTBA.com, can be submitted to Ken Gurnick at kgurnick@ctba.com or ctbaken@aol.com. The California Thoroughbred Breeders Association, encourages breeders to submit photos of newly arrived foals for posting on the site. Digital photos only will be accepted and should be sent as email attachments, accompanied by the names of the sire, broodmare, broodmare sire, breeder and foaling date.

Keeneland Summit Set For July The Jockey Club and Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation today announced that the fifth Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit will be held Tuesday, July 8, and Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in Lexington, Kentucky. Once again, the summit will be underwritten and coordinated by The Jockey Club and Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation and hosted by the Keeneland Association. The two-day workshop brings together a wide crosssection of the breeding, racing and veterinary communities.—continued at The Jockey Club www.ctba.com


Mizzen Mast—Letithappencaptain, by Captain Bodgit

2014 Fee:$3,500 LFG (With Special Consideration To Black-Type Performing or Producing Mares)

Grade I Winner Enters Stud For The 2014 Breeding Season A versatile racehorse who won on dirt and turf up to 1 1/4 miles and retired with earnings of $547,800

At Three, WON the HOLLYWOOD DERBY–GI, OAK TREE DERBY–GII & third in the SIR BEAUFORT S.–GII

At Four, WON the STRUB S.–GII and second in the CITATION H.–GII

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California-Bred Stakes Winners In California: Jan. 20-26, 2014 Weewinnin CALIFORNIA CUP TURF CLASSIC STAKES, Santa Anita Park, Jan. 25, $250,000 guaranteed, four-year-olds and up, 1 1/8 miles turf, 1:46.00, course Firm. Course record: 1:43.92. Trainer: Brian Koriner. Jockey: Joseph Talamo. Odds: 21-1 WEEWINNIN, dk. b. or br. g., 4 (120), Comic Strip—Honoree Lady, by Roman Dancer

21⁄4 $137,500

Stoney Fleece, b. g., 5 (120), Decarchy—Gold Fleece, by Deputed Testamony (Gary and Cecil Barber)

nk $47,500

no Jules Journey,b. g., 5 (120), $27,500 Good Journey—Flag the Mint Down, by Flag Down (James M. and Kieron Cassidy and Mary DeLahunt) Also: Huntsville (120)—$15,000, Lucky Primo (120)— $7,500, China Prince (120)—$5,000, Empty Headed (120)—$5,000, Maybe Tuesday (120)—$5,000, Summer Hit (123)—$ 250, Jonny's Choice (120)—$250, Unusual Meeting (120)—$250, Hittheroadrunning (120)—$250, Tiz a Minister (123)—$250, Affrettando (120)—$250. AGE 2 3 4

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Roberto Red Ransom Arabia COMIC STRIP dk. b. or br. 1995 Saratoga Six Now That's Funny Tropical Cream Polish Numbers Roman Dancer Phalanopsis HONOREE LADY dk. b. or br. 2005 Patented

Patton Torrie Ann

Glorious S., At 4, WON California Cup Turf Classic S. (SPR 96). 11 Igo, c., by Comic Strip. Unraced. 12 Cochinero, f., by Comic Strip. 2nd dam: Patented (1998). Bred by Sierra Thoroughbreds (Ky.). Unraced. Produced 3 foals, 1 winners, including Iced Out. Broodmare Sire: ROMAN DANCER. Raced 3 years, 12 starts, 4 wins. Earned $269,329 (SPR 82). Sire of 37 mares which produced 8 foals. 1 mare produced SWs (13%). 2 runners (25%), 2 winners (25%), 1 SW (13%). Progeny earnings of $387,789. Foaled: Gray’s Farm, Cottonwood, California. Breeder: Dr. and Mrs. William T. Gray DVM. Owners: E-Racing.Com, Dr. William T. and Jill Gray, Janet Lyons, et al.

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Earnings $125,900 $18,480 $137,500 $281,880

Hail to Reason Bramalea Damascus Christmas Wind Alydar Priceless Fame Creme dela Creme Tropic Star II Danzig Numbered Account Cormorant Island Venture Lord At War (Arg) Slew Me Down Blushing Groom (Fr) Cailey Jane

When Comic Strip has been crossed with Roman Dancer mares, it has produced 4 foals of racing age, 2 winners (50%), 1 SW (25%), 0 graded SW, $193,894 average earnings per runner. Sire: COMIC STRIP. Raced 3 years, 23 starts, 10 wins. Earned $965,474 (SPR 99). Sire of 12 crops, 327 foals, 215 runners (66%), 156 winners (48%), 11 SWs (3%), including Tornado Betty, Table Mesa, G G's Dolly. Total progeny earnings $7,898,618, $36,738 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—80 yearlings sold, 10 crops, $14,699 average. In 2013, 2 yearlings sold, $4,750 average. 1st dam: Honoree Lady. Bred by Dr. & Mrs. William T. Gray DVM (Ca.). Unraced. FFSPR: 73 09 HANDFULL, f., by Comic Strip. Raced 4 years, 17 starts, 6 wins. Earned $105,909 (SPR 65). 10 WEEWINNIN, g., by Comic Strip. At 2, won King

California Chrome CALIFORNIA CUP DERBY, Santa Anita Park, Jan. 25, $250,000 guaranteed, three-year-olds, 1 1/16 miles, 1:43.22, track Fast. Track record: 1:39.58. Trainer: Art Sherman. Jockey: Victor Espinoza. Odds: 5-2 CALIFORNIA CHROME, ch. c., 3 (124), Lucky Pulpit—Love the Chase, by Not For Love Tamarando, dk. b. c., 3 (124), Bertrando—Tamarack Bay, by Dehere (Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams)

51⁄2 $140,000 31⁄4 $50,000

Life Is a Joy, ch. g., 3 (119), 41⁄4 Globalize—Tadita, $27,500 by Indian Charlie (Jerry and Janet Hollendorfer and George Todaro) Also: Awesome Return (117)—$15,000, Better Bet (122—$7,500, Public Policy (117)—$5,000, Lucky Views (118)—$5,000, Oh Billy Billy (117)—$250, Electric Eddie (117)—$250, Aotearoa (122)—$250. AGE 2 3

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Lucky Pulpit

Harris Farms (559) 884-2859 A.P. Indy

Pulpit Preach LUCKY PULPIT ch. 2001 Lucky Soph

Cozzene Lucky Spell Mr. Prospector

Not For Love Dance Number LOVE THE CHASE ch. 2006 Polish Numbers Chase It Down Chase the Dream

Seattle Slew Weekend Surprise Mr. Prospector Narrate Caro (Ire) Ride the Trails Lucky Mel Incantation Raise a Native Gold Digger Northern Dancer Numbered Account Danzig Numbered Account Sir Ivor La Belle Fleur

Lucky Pulpit has not been crossed with Not For Love mares. Sire: LUCKY PULPIT. Raced 4 years, 22 starts, 3 wins. Earned $209,928 (SPR 90). Sire of 5 crops, 161 foals, 62 runners (39%), 47 winners (29%), 4 SWs (2%), including Rousing Sermon, Luckarack, Gatheratthealter. Total progeny earnings $3,757,250, $60,601 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—39 yearlings sold, 5 crops, $13,456 average. In 2013, 18 yearlings sold, $17,289 average. 1st dam: LOVE THE CHASE. Bred by Bowman and Higgins Stable (Md.). Raced 2 years, 6 starts, 1 win. Earned $7,020 (SPR 39). FFSPR: 97 CALIFORNIA CHROME, c., by Lucky Pulpit. At 2, won Graduation S., King Glorious S., At 3, WON California Cup Derby. (SPR 97). 13 f., by Lucky Pulpit. 2nd dam: CHASE IT DOWN starts, 1 win. Earned $12,790 (SPR 56). Produced 6 foals, 3 winners. Broodmare Sire: Not For Love. Raced 4 years, 29 starts, 6 wins. Earned $178,870 (SPR 95). Sire of 459 mares which produced 576 foals. 10 mares produced SWs (2%). 328 runners (57%), 214 winners (37%), 10 SWs (2%), including Lucy’s Bob Boy, Action Andy, Starship Truffles. Progeny earnings of $16,673,833. Foaled: Harris Farms, Coalinga, California. Breeders: Martin Perry and Steve Coburn. Owners: Martin Perry and Steve Coburn.

Susans Express CALIFORNIA CUP OAKS, Santa Anita Park, Jan. 25, $200,000 guaranteed, three-year-olds, fillies, 1 mile turf, 1:34.72, course Firm. Course record: 1:31.78. Trainer: Jorge Periban. Jockey: Kent Desormeaux. Odds: 65-1 SUSANS EXPRESS, dk. b. or br. f., 3 118), 11⁄4 Decarchy—Excessive Susan, $110,000 by In Excess (Ire) Anniversary Kitty, dk. b. f., 3 (118), Tribal Rule—Justanotherblonde, by Bertrando (Highlander Racing Stable)

no $38,000

Rovenna, b. f., 3 (117), Vronsky—Amadamprez, by Northern Afleet (Donald R. Dizney)

1 $22,000

Also: Harlington's Rose (117)—$12,000, Alasharchy (118)—$6,000, Princess Genevieve (117)—$4,000, Sprague River (117)—$4,000, Cal Gal (117)—$4,000, Kukaluka (117)—$250, Chilada (117)—$250, Swiss Lake Yodeler (124)—$250, Sprouts (124)—$250, Norastone (117)—$250, Water Issues (117)—$250.

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1

Earnings $32,890 $110,250 $143,140

Decarchy

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California-Bred Stakes Winners In California: Jan. 20-26, 2014 Continued from page 8 Mr. Prospector Distant View Seven Springs DECARCHY b. 1997 Toussaud

El Gran Senor Image of Reality

Siberian Express In Excess (Ire) Kantado EXCESSIVE SUSAN b. 2002 Bel Bolide Splendid Dream Truly Splendid

Raise a Native Gold Digger Irish River (Fr) La Trinite (Fr) Northern Dancer Sex Appeal In Reality Edee’s Image Caro (Ire) Indian Call Saulingo (GB) Vi Bold Bidder Lady Graustark Naskra Burning Daylight

When Decarchy has been crossed with In Excess (Ire) mares, it has produced 8 foals of racing age, 4 winners (50%), 1 SW (13%), 0 graded SW, $59,009 average earnings per runner. Sire: DECARCHY. Raced 5 years in England, North America, 19 starts, 6 wins. Earned $703,862 (SPR 96). Sire of 8 crops, 332 foals, 207 runners (62%), 136 winners (41%), 9 SWs (3%), including Stoney Fleece, Antares World, Quisisana. Total progeny earnings $8,599,972, $41,546 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present— 45 yearlings sold, 8 crops, $11,813 average. In 2013, 2 yearlings sold, $21,500 average. 1st dam: EXCESSIVE SUSAN. Bred by Winning Ways Stable and Mike Pegram (Ca.). Raced 1 year, 2 starts, 1 win. Earned $11,200 (SPR 86). FFSPR: 90 07 Mikey’slittlething, c., by Singletary. Unraced. 09 OSCILLATOR, f., by Decarchy. Raced 3 years, 13 starts, 3 wins. Earned $140,548 (SPR 92). 10 Susan B Good, f., by Good Journey. Unraced. 11 SUSANS EXPRESS, f., by Decarchy. At 3, WON California Cup Oaks. (SPR 87). 12 Cool Green, c., by Global Hunter (ARG). 2nd dam: SPLENDID DREAM (1987). Bred by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mabee (Ca.). Raced 5 years, 25 starts, 9 wins. Earned $196,300 (SPR 98). At 4, won Vacaville H., 2nd Impressive Style S. Produced 7 foals, 5 winners, including DEL MAR DANNY, Splendid Susan. Broodmare Sire: IN EXCESS (IRE). Raced 4 years in England, North America, 25 starts, 11 wins.

Earned $1,736,733 (SPR 98). Sire of 552 mares which produced 847 foals. 30 mares produced SWs (4%). 453 runners (53%), 316 winners (37%), 33 SWs (4%), including Amazombie, Bear Now, Chuchuluco. Progeny earnings of $24,008,476. Foaled: Rancho Juaquin, Modesto, California. Breeder: Ed Delaney. Owners: Elliston A. Black, Saul Carrillo, Ed Delaney, Jorge Periban, et al.

Big Macher

1 Coach Bob, b. h., 5 (118), ⁄2 $25,000 Bertrando—Gentleman's Hope, by Yankee Gentleman (Tom Gerstel, Reina E. Gonzalez, Keith and Jean Hembree, et al.)

nk $15,000

Also: Spirit Rules (120—$7,500, Cyclometer (123)— $2,500, Luckarack (123)—$250, Mobilized (118)— $250, Follini (120)—$250, Ourwestcoastghost (123)— $250. AGE 3 4 Totals

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2

Raise a Ruckus BEAU GENIUS ch. 1985

Earnings $71,428 $75,000

Alanesian Raise a Native Fine Feathers Victoria Regina

Royal Colleen Own Colleen

Queen’s Own Fair Colleen Hail to Reason Bramalea

Sharp Queen INSIGHT dk. b. or br. 1998

Bold Ruler

Northern Dancer

Viceregal

Kris S.

13⁄4 $75,000

Kate's Event, b. h., 7 (118), Event of the Year—Nordidid, by Mane Minister (William H. Ziering)

Bold Ruckus

Roberto

DONALD VALPREDO CALIFORNIA CUP SPRINT STAKES, Santa Anita Park, Jan. 25, $125,000 guaranteed, four-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs, 1:08.62, track Fast. Track record: 1:06.98. Trainer: Richard Baltas. Jockey: Rafael Bejarano. Odds: 2-1 BIG MACHER, b. g., 4 (118), Beau Genius—Insight, by Kris S.

Boldnesian

Gone West

Gone for Gusto Love of Our Life

Princequillo Bridgework Mr. Prospector Secrettame Vice Regent Dreamy Bolina

When Beau Genius has been crossed with Kris S. mares, it has produced 3 foals of racing age, 1 winner (33%), 1 SW (33%), 0 graded SW, $73,364 average earnings per runner. Sire: BEAU GENIUS. Raced 4 years, 42 starts, 19 wins. Earned $1,055,600 (SPR 99). Sire of 19 crops, 791 foals, 580 runners (73%), 433 winners (55%), 39 SWs (5%), including Beau's Town, Gentleman Beau, Boy Genius. Total progeny earnings $33,188,222, $57,221 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—314 yearlings sold, 18 crops, $21,992 average. 1st dam: INSIGHT. Bred by TAC Holdings, Inc. (Ky.). Unraced. FFSPR: 56 03 CANALI, g., by Mazel Trick. Raced 6 years, 65 starts, 10 wins. Earned $139,725 (SPR 65). 04 Mr. Murat, c., by Belong to Me. Unraced. 05 SIENA CANYON, g., by Langfuhr. Raced 2 years, 9 starts, 1 win. Earned $34,045 (SPR 68). 06 Star for All, f., by Belong to Me. Unraced.

$146,428

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Stakes Winners The Season in California: The statistics compiled here are provided by The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. (TJCIS) and include the starts percentile ranking (SPR) and the female family starts percentile ranking (FFSPR). The SPR and the FFSPR, developed by TJCIS, are based on racing in North America, Argentina, Australia, England, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan and the UAE only.

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California-Bred Stakes Winners In California: Jan. 20-26, 2014 Continued from page 10 07 SIGHTLINES, g., by Deputy Commander. Raced 2 years, 14 starts, 1 win. Earned $25,363 (SPR 47). 08 MAKING PAPA PROUD, g., by Deputy Commander. Raced 4 years, 21 starts, 4 wins. Earned $30,286 (SPR 44). 09 INSIGHTFUL BOY, g., by Sea of Secrets. Raced 2 years, 24 starts, 2 wins. Earned $20,640 (SPR 29). 10 BIG MACHER, g., by Beau Genius. At 4, WON Donald Valpredo California Cup Sprint S. (SPR 92). $10,000 yearling 2011 Barretts October Yearling Sale. 12 c., by Dixie Chatter. $6,500 yearling 2013 Barretts January Mixed Sale. 13 c., by Idiot Proof. 2nd dam: GONE FOR GUSTO (1993). Bred by Maycroft Farm & Julia B. Snowden (Ky.). Raced 2 years, 8 starts, 2 wins. Earned $56,450 (SPR 94). Produced 9 foals, 6 winners. Broodmare Sire: KRIS S. Raced 2 years, 5 starts, 3 wins. Earned $53,350 (SPR 98). Sire of 447 mares which produced 2345 foals. 70 mares produced SWs (3%). 1434 runners (61%), 1051 winners (45%), 98 SWs (4%), including Zenyatta, Marketing Mix, Ladies Din. Progeny earnings of $98,088,422. Foaled: Ballena Vista Farm, Ramona, California. Breeder: Ballena Vista Farm. Owners: Tom Mansor and Tachycardia Stables.

Lakerville CLOCKERS’ CORNER STAKES, Santa Anita Park, Jan. 26, $75,000 added, four-year-olds and up, 6 1/2 furlongs, 1:11.75, track Firm. Track record: 1:11.10. Trainer: Barry Abrams. Jockey: Corey Nakatani. Odds: 9-1 LAKERVILLE, ch. h., 6 (119), Unusual Heat—Foreverinthegame, by Out of Place Sweet Swap, ch. h., 5 (119),

11⁄4 $60,120 ⁄2

1

Candy Ride (Arg)—Fair Exchange, by Storm Cat (Hronis Racing LLC)

$15,540

Di Giorgio (Arg), dk b. h., 5 (124), Star Dabbler—Devonia (Arg), by Candy Stripes (Pozo de Luna Inc.)

1 ⁄2 $9,324

Also: Ankeny Hill (119)—$4,662, Ready for More (119)—$1,554, Drill (119)—$250, Boat Trip (124)— $250, El Commodore (119)—$250, Handsome Mike (124)—$250. AGE 2 4 6

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Northern Dancer Nureyev Special UNUSUAL HEAT dk. b. or br. 1990 Glacial (Den) Rossard (Den) Peas-Blossom Cox's Ridge Out of Place Arabian Dancer FOREVERINTHEGAME b. 2003 Skywalker Fondly Remembered Fondre

0

Earnings $214,850 $148,640 $60,120 $272,660

Nearctic Natalma Forli Thong Pardal (Fr) Glacis (Den) Midsummer Night Fan Light Best Turn Our Martha Damascus Ten Cents a Dance Relaunch Bold Captive Key to the Mint Miss Manalapan

When Unusual Heat has been crossed with Out of Place

mares, it has produced 3 foals of racing age, 2 winners (67%), 2 SWs (67%), 1 graded SW (33%), $347,400 average earnings per runner. Sire: UNUSUAL HEAT. Raced 4 years in Ireland, North America, 16 starts, 6 wins. Earned $142,605 (SPR 95). Sire of 14 crops, 676 foals, 459 runners (68%), 326 winners (48%), 43 SWs (6%), including Acclamation, The Usual Q. T., Unusual Suspect. Total progeny earnings $41,558,888, $90,542 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—80 yearlings sold, 13 crops, $34,906 average. In 2013, 7 yearlings sold, $39,643 average. 1st dam: Foreverinthegame. Bred by Pennston Farm Inc. (Fl.). Raced 2 years, 4 starts, no wins. Earned $1,600 (SPR 19). FFSPR: 99 08 LAKERVILLE, c., by Unusual Heat. At 4, 2nd Green Flash H., At 6, WON Clocker's Corner S. (SPR 99). 10 GERVINHO, c., by Unusual Heat. Raced 2 years, 9 starts, 4 wins. Earned $422,140 (SPR 99). At 2, won Zuma Beach S., At 3, won Sir Beaufort S. (Gr. IIT), Oceanside S. (1st div.), 2nd Del Mar Derby (Gr. IIT, 1st div.), Silky Sullivan S., 3rd Twilight Derby (Gr. IIT). $49,000 yearling 2011 Barretts October Yearling Sale. 11 Eternal Flame, c., by Unusual Heat. Unraced. 2nd dam: FONDLY REMEMBERED (1990). Bred by Oak Tree Farm (Ky.). Raced 4 years, 30 starts, 5 wins. Earned $358,060 (SPR 98). At 3, 3rd California Oaks, Variety Queen S., At 4, 2nd Yellow Ribbon Invitational S. (Gr. IT), 3rd Louis R. Rowan H., Matching S., At 5, 3rd Santa Anita Budweiser Breeders’ Cup H. (Gr. III), Melvin Durslag S. Produced 9 foals, 4 winners, including BROAD HOPES. Broodmare Sire: OUT OF PLACE. Raced 3 years, 25 starts, 8 wins. Earned $733,450 (SPR 99). Sire of 362 mares which produced 688 foals. 11 mares produced SWs (2%). 411 runners (60%), 282 winners (41%), 14 SWs (2%), including Rightly So, Gervinho, Bill Place. Progeny earnings of $16,883,518. Foaled: Old English Rancho, Sanger, California. Breeders: Abrams and Team Green. Owners: Barry Abrams and M. Auerbach LLC.

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California-Bred Maiden Winners In North America: January 20-26, 2014 BAT MOBILE Jan 22 (PM, $5,300 MCL.) Cyber Mobile. Jennifer M. Reames’ b. g., 4, by Bat Mobile—Cyber Sam by Capote. Breeder: Landeros Racing LLC. Trainer: Juan Marquez. Jockey: Eliska Kubinova.

BEDFORD FALLS Jan 20 (SA, $57,750 MSW.) Wonderful Lie. Victor Racing, Altobello, Kenney O’Boyle, Smole et al.’s b. f., 3, by Bedford Falls— Flying Alibi by Flying Continental. Breeder: Carol A. Lingenfelter. Trainer: Dan Blacker. Jockey: Corey S. Nakatani.

Benchmark

Ballena Vista Farm (760) 789-3900 Jan 25 (SA, $56,250 MSW.) Well Measured. Michael and Cory Wellman’s dk. b. g., 3, by Benchmark—Miss Thirtyfour D by Bertrando. Breeders: Michael and Cory Wellman. Trainer: Peter Miller. Jockey: Victor Espinoza.

BERTRANDO Jan 22 (TUP, $6,000 MCL.) Collective Concept. Peggy Hopwood, Mary Stamm and Yeaman’s Racing Stables LLC’s b. g., 4, by Bertrando—Brief Interlude by Deputy Minister. Breedesr: Pam and Martin Wygod. Trainer: Dan L. McFarlane. Jockey: Skyler Whiteshield.

DON’TSELLMESHORT Jan 24 (TUP, $6,000 MCL.) French Chocolate. Kings River Ranch’s b. g., 4, by Don’tsellmeshort—Golden Genes by Strike the Gold. Breeder: Running Luck Ranch LLC. Trainer: J. Eric Kruljac. Jockey: Scott A. Stevens.

GLOBALIZE

Old Topper

Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms, LP (951) 201-2278

Jan 25 (GG, $33,905 MSW.) Chati’s On Top. Phillip Cardinale, William Delia and Ray Pagano’s gr. or ro. f., 3, by Old Topper— Chati Valley by Globalize. Breeders: Bill Delia, H. C. Martin and Ray Pagano. Trainer: William Delia. Jockey: Ricardo Gonzalez.

Jan 22 (PM, $6,000 MSW.) Galvin Jack. Petra Lewin’s b. g., 3, by Stormy Jack—Lah Dee Dah Julia by Makors Mark. Breeder: Rainbow Meadows Farm. Trainer: Charles Essex. Jockey: Javier Matias.

OLYMPIO Jan 25 (GG, $8,315 MCL.) Oh My Goddess. Christine Chanley and Roxanne Smith’s dk. b. f., 4, by Olympio—Oh Leary by Lear Fan. Breeders: Dr. Christine Chanley and Roxanne Fay Smith. Trainer: Roxanne Smith. Jockey: Ricardo Gonzalez.

Sea of Secrets

Victory Rose Thoroughbreds (707) 678-6580 Jan 21 (SUN, $9,036 MCL.) Secret Treasure. Kristi Baca’s dk. b. m., 5, by Sea of Secrets—Shezaseaheroine by Sea Hero. Breeders: Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence Kerr. Trainer: Frenda D. Rounseville. Jockey: Ricardo Jaime. Jan 25 (SA, $57,000 MSW.) Sea John’s Spirit. Pete and Peter M. Fer’s b. m., 6, by Sea of Secrets—Celestial Risk by Bertrando. Breeder: Pete Fer. Trainer: Ronald W. Ellis. Jockey: Joseph Talamo.

SPINELESSJELLYFISH Jan 20 (GG, $7,315 MCL.) Rodster. Perry Bruno, John Gezon and Andy Mathis’ b. f., 4, by Spinelessjellyfish—Shady Tactics by Tactical Advantage. Breeder: Stone Ridge Farm. Trainer: Andy Mathis. Jockey: Russell A. Baze.

Jan 26 (LA, $6,500 MCL.) Global Court. Leonard A. Espinoza’s b. g., 5, by Globalize—Courtly Colors by Holding Court. Breeder: Walter J. Thomson. Trainer: Leonard A. Espinoza. Jockey: Rachel Goodgame.

JACKPOT Jan 26 (TP, $6,560 MCL.) Puna Vida. Olivo I. Inirio’s ch. f., 4, by Jackpot— Irene by Gold Legend. Breeder: Stephen P Sage. Trainer: Olivo I. Inirio. Jockey: Manuel A. Rosario.

Stormy Jack

Tommy Town Thoroughbreds (805) 686-4337

Stormin Fever Golden Eagle Farm (760) 789-2821

SURF CAT

Jan 25 (GG, $8,210 MCL.) Rushomatic. Martin Gardner, Neil Haymes and Mike Viele’s b. f., 3, by Surf Cat—Nicole and Ben by Russian Courage. Breeder: Robert Moreno. Trainer: John F. Martin. Jockey: Kevin Krigger.

Tannersmyman Woodbridge Farm (209) 576-0629

Jan 25 (GG, $8,210 MCL.) Tanned Mistress. Kevin Jacobsen’s dk. b. f., 3, by Tannersmyman—Jaco’s Mistress by Forest Camp. Breeder: Kevin Jacobsen. Trainer: John E. Anderson. Jockey: Barrington Harvey.

Tribal Rule

Ballena Vista Farm (760) 789-3900 Jan 23 (SA, $23,250 MCL.) Gutsy Ruler. Roy L. Tyra’s ch. g., 3, by Tribal Rule—Gutsy Lady by Najran. Breeder: Roy L. Tyra. Trainer: Mike Puype. Jockey: Aaron T. Gryder. Jan 25 (SA, $32,750 MCL.) Patriots Rule. Charles Garvey’s dk. b. g., 3, by Tribal Rule—Candy Factory by Seattle Bound. Breeder: Dahlberg Farms Llc. Trainer: Robertino Diodoro. Jockey: Fernando H. Perez. Jan 26 (GG, $34,220 MSW.) Three Strike Rule. Nicholas B. Alexander’s dk. b. c., 3, by Tribal Rule—Striking Point by Thunder Gulch. Breeder: Nick Alexander. Trainer: Steven Miyadi. Jockey: Ricardo Gonzalez.

UNUSUAL HEAT Jan 26 (SA, $32,000 MCL.) Writer Fever. Ted, Judy and Samuel T. Nichols’ b. f., 3, by Stormin Fever—Poetry Writer by Staff Writer. Breeders: Ted and Judy Nichols. Trainer: Ronald W. Ellis. Jockey: Victor Espinoza.

Jan 26 (GG, $34,220 MSW.) Blackford. Nina Bai Yuhong and Dave Currie’s ch. c., 3, by Unusual Heat—Just Lookn by Synastry. Breeder: Dave Currie. Trainer: Lloyd C. Mason. Jockey: Abel Cedillo.

Maiden Winners This is a list, arranged in order of sire, of California foaled Thoroughbreds who broke their maidens in the U.S. and Canada during the month indicated. The information contained on these pages is compiled by The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. While every effort is made to prevent errors and omissions, California Thoroughbred cannot guarantee their complete and total accuracy.

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California-Bred Flashback: Mistical Plan On January 27, 2007, Mistical Plan, a daughter of Game Plan, won the $250,000 Sunshine Millions Oaks for three-year-old fillies at Santa Anita Park, with Tiz Elemental second and Double Major third in a field of 12. Mistical Plan was trained by Doug O’Neill and ridden by David Flores. She ran the six furlongs in 1:10.50 and won by a nose at odds of 2-1. Mistical Plan was the third of nine foals out of the Bel Bolide mare Mistical Bel. The Sunshine Millions Oaks was Mistical Plan’s third win in seven starts. She won three other stakes, including the grade I Princess Rooney and the grade II Fair Grounds Oaks, and placed in three others. She finished her career with five wins in 18 starts and earnings of $816,790. Mistical Plan was bred by Carol Anderson, was foaled at Special T Thoroughbreds in Temecula and was owned by J. Paul Reddam.

RECENT EARNERS OF THEMAIDEN BONUS PROGRAM • Victor Racing, Altobello, Bolyard, Kenney, O'Boyle, Smole, et al., owners of Wonderful Lie earned $17,500 on January 20th at Santa Anita Park • Alfred Pais, owner of Awesome Prospect earned $17,500 on January 23rd at Santa Anita Park • Michael & Cory Wellman, owners of Well Measured earned $17,500 on January 25th at Santa Anita Park • Pete Fer & Peter M. Fer, owners of Sea John's Spirit earned $17,500 on January 25th at Santa Anita Park • Phillip Cardinale, William Delia & Ray Pagano, owners of Chati's On Top earned $10,000 on January 25th at Golden Gate Fields • Nick Alexander, owner of Three Strike Rule earned $10,000 on January 26th at Golden Gate Fields • Nina Bai Yuhong & Dave Currie, owners of Blackford earned $10,000 on January 26th at Golden Gate Fields

IMPORTANT EVENTS & DATES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Names for foals of 2012 must be claimed; after Feb. 1, a naming fee of $100 will apply. Contact Registrar & Incentive Program Manager: Mary Ellen Locke: registration@ctba.com MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10 CTBA ANNUAL MEETING & AWARDS DINNER (2013 CALIFORNIA-BRED CHAMPIONS & 2014 CALIFORNIA HALL OF FAME) The Claremont Hotel Club & Spa, Berkeley Contact Christy Chapman at christy@ctba.com SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 ANNUAL REGISTRATION Of STALLIONS is due at a fee of $1,250 each Contact Assistant Registrar Dawn Gerber: dawn1@ctba.com SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 DEADLINE GOLDEN STATE SERIES Deadline to nominate California- bred/California-sired two-year-olds (foals of 2012) to the Golden State Series; $300 fee applies. Contact Registrar & Incentive Program Manager: Mary Ellen Locke: registration@ctba.com

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