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WEEKLY Volume 6 • Number 35

Official publication of the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Wednesday, September 4, 2013

NorCal Sale Grad Wins I’m Smokin Northern California Yearling Sale graduate Jedi Mind Trick nailed pacesetter Gangnam Guy at the wire to win Monday’s $150,000 I’m Smokin Stakes for Golden State Series eligible two-year-olds at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. ©Benoit Jedi Mind Trick is by Running Luck Ranch’s Don’tsellmeshort, out of the Ice Age mare Icy n’Elegant, was bred by Running Luck Ranch, is owned by Doubledown Stable and trained by John Sadler. “This little horse came up for sale and we thought we could win a starter allowance with him, and we did,” said Sadler. “Then we thought we’d try the Cal-breds. Dick Hines is the one who

Ethnic Dance Wins Derby Division California-bred Ethnic Dance slowed down the pace and had enough left to win Sunday’s second division of the grade II, $250,000 Del Mar Derby for three-year-olds. Ethnic Dance is by ©Benoit Ballena Vista Farm’s Tribal Rule, out of the Chester House mare House of Danzing, was bred by The Craig Family Trust, is owned by Craig Stabled and Michael Bello and trained by John Sadler. “I knew I was going slow out there and I was loving it,”aid jockey Edwin Maldonado. “When we hit the half-mile pole, Continued on page 2

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Awards Dinner Streamed On Bloodhorse.com TOBA 2012 California Breeder Of The Year Terry Lovingier To Be Honored

The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) announced today that a live stream of the 28th Annual National Awards Dinner, to be held on Friday, September 6, will be available on bloodhorse.com.—continued at www.BloodHorse.com ©Benoit

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Summer Hit Wins Brubaker California-bred graded winner Summer Hit scored a game win in Saturday’s $110,400 Harry F. Brubaker Stakes the Del Mar ©Benoit Thoroughbred Club. Summer Hit is by Bertrando, out of the Tough Knight mare Mia F Eighteen, was bred by Kenneth and Janice Heidt, is owned by John Carver and Jerry Hollendorfer and trained by Hollendorfer. He has eight wins in 13 starts, earnings of $357,255 and was coming off a sixth in the July 21 California Dreamin’.

MONDAy, SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 California Bred and California Sired registration For foals of 2012 California Bred and California Sired registration of foals of 2012 at $100 fee for CTBA members or $125 fee for non-members (Tuesday, October 1 to Tuesday, December 31, 2013, $125 fee for CTBA members or $150 fee for non-members. (800) 573-2822 ext. 236, 237 • registration@ctba.com TUESDAy, OCTOBER 1, 2013 California Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA) Foal Report due for Foals of 2013 (800) 573-2822 ext. 236, 237 • registration@ctba.com

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Leading Sires In California: January 1 Through September 1, 2013 !

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1. Tribal Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181 2. Unusual Heat . . . . . . . . . . .106 3. Ministers Wild Cat . . . . . . . .112 4. Eddington‡ . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 5. Benchmark . . . . . . . . . . . . .107 6. Kafwain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 7. Old Topper . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 8. Bertrando† . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 9. Southern Image . . . . . . . . . . 79 10. Good Journey . . . . . . . . . . . 57 11. Decarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 12. Tizbud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 13. Salt Lake* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 14. In Excess (Ire)* . . . . . . . . . . . .82 15. Heatseeker (Ire) . . . . . . . . . . .45 16. Marino Marini . . . . . . . . . . . .77 17. Unbridled Energy# . . . . . . . .78 18. Vronsky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 19. Swiss Yodeler . . . . . . . . . . . .80 20. Stormin Fever . . . . . . . . . . . .63 21. Lucky Pulpit . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 22. Cindago* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 23. Atticus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 24. Suances (GB) . . . . . . . . . . . .23 25. Game Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 26. Awesome Gambler . . . . . . . .40 27. Rocky Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 28. Affirmative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 29. Terrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 30. Perfect Mandate* . . . . . . . . .34 31. Cee's Tizzy† . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 32. Popular . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 33. Globalize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 34. Lucky J. H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 35. Sea of Secrets . . . . . . . . . . . .67

822 521 650 599 579 614 510 414 455 323 371 229 291 418 208 345 417 154 423 318 200 119 205 127 161 208 238 119 293 157 182 167 169 47 326

138 73 124 89 80 83 79 65 72 46 45 29 56 60 26 43 60 27 57 33 26 24 30 27 27 19 41 14 29 35 29 24 18 11 31

$3,506,029 3,405,398 2,635,517 2,087,585 1,928,584 1,704,846 1,564,165 1,479,063 1,300,369 1,275,078 1,167,672 1,128,654 1,040,826 961,599 875,769 859,434 827,923 805,937 730,354 664,530 659,129 651,003 613,889 565,375 545,436 527,048 510,118 502,519 470,123 469,495 421,282 396,145 395,274 383,600 361,975

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Unusual Heat ..............76 Tribal Rule ...................63 Good Journey .............34 Tizbud .........................24 Heatseeker (Ire)...........27 Ministers Wild Cat ......27 Decarchy.....................39 Bertrando †..................29 Eddington ‡ .................45 Atticus.........................21 Old Topper ..................18 Benchmark..................24

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Tribal Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Square Eddie . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Lucky J. H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Time to Get Even . . . . . . .15 Bushwacker . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Awesome Gambler . . . . . . . .9 Dixie Chatter . . . . . . . . . . .16 Stormin Fever . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Desert Code . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Swiss Yodeler . . . . . . . . . . .12 Decarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Lucky Pulpit . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

273 146 118 60 75 63 89 70 89 58 38 56

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45 14 16 9 14 14 7 8 11 9 9 7

$2,367,279 1,076,385 637,391 536,301 533,289 421,608 412,799 389,271 362,495 350,568 347,011 333,784

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$273,956 231,130 207,120 176,312 139,660 137,023 133,573 132,080 130,281 123,192 119,757 112,199

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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 2012 but is standing in the state in 2013, a double dagger (‡) that he is not standing in California in 2013 but will stand in the state in 2014 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.

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ETHNIC DANCE Continued from page 1 C

I knew I was on the horse to beat. Every time one of them would inch up to him, he’d let out a notch; all on his own. He’s a nice horse and he’s very game.” Ethnic Dance has three wins in eight starts, earnings of $249,850 and was coming off an August 3 optional claiming win. He ran the 1 1/8 miles on turf in 1:48.24 and won by 1 1/4 lengths at odds of 5-1.

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NORCAL SALE GRAD from page 1

spotted him in Northern California. Tony Diaz, an old-time jock, trained him and he called me on the phone and kind of gave me good (information) because we didn’t have him long before the first race for us. The purses are so good here to win a starter allowance, he paid for most of himself on the first race. We’re into gravy time.” The $2,500 purchase at the Northern California Yearling Sale has three wins in four starts, earnings of $136,828 and was coming off an August 15 starter optional claiming win. Gangnam Guy was second and Ashleyluvssugar was third in the field of six. Jedi Mind Trick ran the six furlongs in 1:09.76 and won by a head at odds of 5-1.

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Weekly Update Which Will Be The Leading California Sire By Money Won In 2013?

CTBA Central California Stallion Tour Saturday, October 12 The California Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA) will conduct a tour of central California stallions on Saturday, October 12. The tour will visit the following farms standing these stallions: Madera Thoroughbreds—Birdonthewire, Elusive Warning and Market Forecast; Old English Rancho—Acclamation, Big Bad Leroybrown, Cyclotron, Surf Cat and Vronsky; Poplar Meadows—Bedford Falls; Rivendell Ranch—Trapper. For further information, contact: Leigh Ann Howard at (760) 728-4775 or email vcfarm@aol.com.

Del Mar To Consider Adding Races To 2014 Summer Meeting Del Mar Thoroughbred Club officials will consider expanding the racing schedule for the track’s 2014 summer meeting after field sizes showed a notable increase at the current meeting, which ends on Wednesday, September 4. Track President Joe Harper said Sunday that adding races to the existing 37-day calendar would be a likely option instead of adding racing days. “It certainly is a thought, just seeing how strong the entries have been for most of the meet,” Harper said. “I think it’s something we need to talk about.” Through Saturday, Del Mar had averaged 8.75 runners per race through 34 days of racing. Last year, the entire meeting averaged 8.66 runners per race. The highest average field size at Del Mar in the last 20 years occurred in 1995, with 9.01 runners per race. At the current meeting, Del Mar typically has run eight races on weekdays, 10 on Saturdays, and nine on Sundays.—continued at www.BloodHorse.com Click here to read more PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished from www.BloodHorse.com

Kirk Breed Memorial Service Sunday, September 22 A memorial service for Kirk Breed will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 22, at the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, 6151 H St. in Sacramento. A celebration of his life will follow in the Rodeo Arena at Cal Expo. Flowers can be sent to the Temple. Donations can be made to the Sacramento Horsemen’s Association’s Horses, Hope and Healing Fund to benefit children's riding lessons. Mr. Breed served as executive director of the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from February 26, 2008, until his death on August 7, 2013.

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Silic, 1999 Breeders’ Cup Mile Winner, Sire, Dies Pacific Coast Thoroughbreds and Dr. Ben and Kayleeta Davis have announced the death of their stallion Silic (Fr). Chronic renal failure was the cause of death for the 18-yearold son of Sillery (by Blushing Groom).—continued at www.BloodHorse.com Click here to read more PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished from www.BloodHorse.com

Barretts October yearling Sale Catalog Online The catalog for Barretts October Yearling Sale is now on-line and will be mailed soon. This auction of 248 yearlings will be held on Tuesday, October 8, starting at 1 p.m. in the Hinds Pavilion located on the grounds of Fairplex Park in Pomona, California. Click Here To View Catalog: http://www.barretts.com/sales/Catalogs/catoct2013/catalog.asp Submitted photographs of yearlings in the sale catalog will be posted soon after the end of next week. Recent graduates of this sale include 2013 stakes winners Albert’s Hope (grade II), Tiz a Minister (grade III), Gervinho, He Be Fire N Ice, Hirschy, Quiona, Unusual Hottie and Unusual Way. Among the more than 100 stallions spanning the alphabet, including every top tier stallion in California as well as many nationally ranked ones, are represented in the sale catalog including: Afleet Alex, Broken Vow, Colonel John, Desert Party, English Channel, Flower Alley, Giant’s Causeway, Harlan’s Holiday, Into Mischief, Jazil, Kafwain, Lucky Pulpit, More Than Ready, Offlee Wild, Pioneerof the Nile, Roi Charmant, Stormy Atlantic, Tribal Rule, Unusual Heat, Vronsky, War Chant and Yes It’s True.—continued at www.barretts.com

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Weekly Update Oak Tree Stays Involved With Southern California Racing The Oak Tree Racing Association, which for 42 years between 1969 and 2010 ran a fall race meeting that annually was one of the high points of Southern California racing, has not seen its flag fly for racing purposes for the I past two seasons. But the not-for-profit corporation that channeled its profits into research, development and breeding, as well as other worthy charitable causes keyed by the theme of “horsemen helping horsemen,” still has a presence in the industry. On the final two days of its race meeting, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club will run the second editions of races Oak Tree helped establish and fund—the Oak Tree Juvenile Fillies Turf on Monday and the Oak Tree Juvenile Turf on Wednesday, September 4. Both races are at a mile on grass with $100,000 purses and quickly have become key stepping stones to their race counterparts on the Breeders’ Cup programs, which this year will be run at Santa Anita Park on November 1 and 2. (The Oak Tree Racing Association previously had hosted the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita five times—1986, 1993, 2003, 2008 and 2009.) Last year the Oak Tree board also enabled the shift of one of its signature races—the Yellow Ribbon Handicap—to Del Mar. The mile and one-sixteenth turf race carries a $150,000 purse and again will be presented at the shore track this year, serving as the featured event on Monday’s triple-stakes card. The Oak Tree Racing Association continues to function as a positive force on the racing landscape in California through its president John Barr, its executive vice-president Sherwood Chillingworth, and its directors—Dr. Jack Robbins, Thomas Capehart, Dr. Rick Arthur, Richard Mandella, Warren Williamson and Robert Zamarripa, Sr.

West Nile Virus Found At Santa Anita West Nile virus activity is increasing in the San Gabriel Valley. Tests conducted by the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District confirmed West Nile virus (WNV) in a sample of mosquitoes collected from the city of Arcadia and three of the District's chicken flocks located in the cities of Arcadia, Irwindale, and Monterey Park. The District routinely tests mosquitoes and chickens from flocks it maintains throughout the San Gabriel Valley as part of its disease surveillance program. —continued at www.CTBA.com

Mark And Carla: Friends Till The Very End If you would permit me, I’d like to share a true story about friendship and compassion few know of, but upon which many have commented. Thirty years ago two people became friends—dear friends. It was a friendship that continued and strengthened over the many years, as they often shared personal hardships and moments of wonder and joy. For much of my life I’ve been told that we should consider ourselves quite fortunate if our journey rewards us with one or two such friends. I, like many others who knew them, saw theirs as one of those friendships that comes along only once or twice in a lifetime, and to which we all aspire. Over the past four years each battled a different form of cancer. With the love, help, and support of the other, the first of them survived the battle, while the second sadly did not. In the days leading up to that death, he asked several of us for help in going to the racetrack so that he could enjoy that experience one last time with those he loved and had become acquainted over a 42-year career in racing..—continued at www.paulickreport.com Click here to read more PUBLISHER’S NOTE: republished Permission from www.paulickreport.com

Northern California Equine Association Meeting On Genetics Guest Lecturer Dr. Steven Tammariello On Saturday, September 14th, At Golden Gate Fields Interested in learning about Genetic markers and profiling in Thoroughbred racing and breeding? This relatively new science shows there are well-documented genetic markers which the great race horses have in common. Genetic profiling can tell from a hair sample, collected from any Thoroughbred horse, how many of these markers (alleles) your racing prospect has in common with the ”Greats.” Historically this information has only been available to extremely wealthy and powerful players in our sport. The Northern California Equine Association (NCEA) wants to lift the veil of mystery off this subject. We are honored to have as our guest lecturer for September, Dr. Steven Tammariello. Dr. Tammariello is an Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics and the Director of the Institute for Equine Genomics at Binghamton University in NewM York, and the owner of Thorough Gen LLC, a New York-based equine genomics company. Dr. Tammariello has extensive research experience in molecular physiology, proteomics and genomics and has published papers in scientific journals including The Journal of

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Neuroscience, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, and Cellular Immunology. He has been the recipient of multiple grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). His research lab is currently studying the genetics of athleticism in horses and humans, and the role of oxidative stress in human neurodegenerative disease. Please join us on Saturday, September 14, at Golden Gate Fields for an informative discussion where Dr. Tammariello will illuminate the possibilities this new science has to offer and also answer all your questions. The meeting will start at 9:30 am in the Bay View Lounge with a one hour presentation by Dr. Tammariello, followedby a Q&A forum Come early and bring an open mind. There will be a $10/head fee at the door to cover the cost ofrenting the room and flying Dr. Tammariello out to California. Please send a reply if you intend to attend so we can besure to have enough seating for the group. Please contact the NCEA at info@norcalequine.org OR http://www.norcalequine.org/

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Introducing to California Breeders... Grade 1 Winner and Million Dollar Earner By a Champion, Out of a Champion 



    SIRE: Fusaichi Pegasus • • • • •

Champion in United States $4 million dollar yearling Syndicated for $60 million Sire of G1 Bandini and G1 Roman Ruler 6 wins in 9 states, including: • G2 Jerome, 1 mile on dirt • G2 Wood Memorial, 11/8 miles on dirt • G2 San Felipe, 11/16 miles on dirt • G1 Kentucky Derby, 11/4 miles on dirt

DAM: Salt Champ • Champion in Argentina  • Winner of 3 Grade 1 races in Argentina • Career 5 wins in 8 starts • Winner of only start in United States, G1 Santa Monica, 7/8 mile on dirt, defeating G1 defending champion and $2 million earner Island Fashion

 

With a Championship Pedigree for dirt and a proven Championship Performance on turf

 •G1 Winner of $1,052,520 • Career Record: 5 wins, 5 seconds in 14 starts • G1 Clement Hirsch, turf • G2 San Luis Obispo, turf • G2 Del Mar Handicap, turf • G1 Breeders Cup Turf • Excellent conformation • Trained by 'Hall of Famer'  Richard Mandella • Stallion is Breeders' Cup

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Weekly Update Take A WALKING TOUR Of Historic Ridgewood Ranch Walking Tours of Ridgewood Ranch Visit the special place that Seabiscuit called home... With the destruction and development of Glenn Riddle Farm, home of Seabiscuit’s greatest rival, War Admiral, and his great grandsire the legendary Man O War, Ridgewood Ranch becomes one of the few existing sites that can depict the time in our history when a small racehorse with a great heart captured an entire nation. —View film footage of Ridgewood Ranch, including scenes of Seabiscuit’s 1940 homecoming, Red Pollard’s wedding and breathtaking horse racing scenes. —View Seabiscuit memorabilia, hear historical facts, fun stories and poignant memories. —Tour Seabiscuit’s Stud Barn and Mare Barn, once part of Charles Howard’s first class Thoroughbred breeding operation. —Visit the historic craftsman-style ranch house built by William Van Arsdale in 1905. —Receive a commemorative souvenir and —See the Lil’Biscuits...Seabiscuit’s descendants. Proceeds benefit ongoing historic preservations efforts of the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation.

2013 Bi-Monthly Guided Tour Schedule September 7 - September 21 October 5 - October 19 the small racehorse with a great heart that captured the imagination of an entire nation! Price: $20.00 per person - Children under 11 are FREE Tour Details: All tours are docent led and reservations are preferred. Individual tours start promptly at 9:30am to noon. Rain or shine! Group Tours of 8 or more noon. may be arranged for bus tour companies or private parties. Tours start at 9:30am and last 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Pleasant vs. Stern Human Voice’s Effect On Horses Admit it: You talk to your horse. We all do it. We know perfectly well they can’t understand the words we're saying, but shouldn't they be able to infer things from our tone of voice? For instance, your horse might appear to relax when you speak in a soothing tone. But is it just coincidence? Katrina Merkies, PhD, associate professor and equine program coordinator at the University of Guelph in Ontario, tested this theory and presented her study results at the 9th Annual International Society for Equitation Science, held July 18-20 at the University of Delaware, in Newark. “Anecdotally it is believed that speaking in a calm voice will inspire calm behavior in the horse,” she said. —continued at www.thehorse.com Click here to read more PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished from www.BloodHorse.com

Researchers Study Horses' Startle Response To Novel Objects “He has a great temperament.” You might have heard an owner or trainer say these words when describing a horse, but how do we really define temperament? According to Jeannine Berger, DVM, Dipl. ACVB, of the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in California, one of the most useful and consistent indicators of equine temperament is a horse's novelty response, or how he handles or copes with new objects or situations. She presented the results of a recent novelty response study she and colleagues conducted on adult horses at the 9th Annual International Society for Equitation Science, held July 18-20 at the University of Delaware, in Newark. —continued at www.thehorse.com Click here to read more PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article has been republished from www.BloodHorse.com

California-Bred Flashback: Buck Price

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On September 8, 1975, Buck Price, a son of Prince Khaled, won the $25,000 Escondido Handicap at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, with Kirrary second and Confederate Yankee third in a field of eight. Buck Price was trained by Bobby Frankel and ridden by Darrel McHargue. He ran the about 7 1/2 furlongs on turf in a course-record 1:27 2/5 and won by 1 3/4 lengths at odds of 5-2. Buck Price was the fourth of seven foals out of the Turk’s Delight mare Blue Sari, who also produced the stakes-placed King Of the Blues and Sari’s Dream Girl. The Escondido was Buck Price’s ninth win in 40 starts. He also won the Cinco de Mayo, Foothill and Pomona stakes and was second in the Oceanside. He finished his career with 11 wins in 46 starts and ear nings of $123,192. Buck Price was bred by and foaled at Blue Diamond Ranch in Riverside and owned by Martin Ritt. www.ctba.com


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California-Bred Maiden Winners In North America: Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 2013 BARTOK (IRE) Septmeber 1 (LA, $6,000 MCL.) youra Rosie Won. Antonio Soto’s b. m., 7, by Bartok (Ire)—Parla Mi d’Amore by Horatius. Breeder: Shields Thoroughbreds Inc. Trainer: Antonio Soto. Jockey: Gary L. Boag.

BERTRANDO August 29 (GG, $8,210 MCL.) Hopeful Hazel. Bill Dory, Alan Eriksen and Ed Moger Jr.’s dk. b. f., 3, by Bertrando—Miss Hazel by Thunder Gulch. Breeder: Diamond A Racing Corp. Trainer: Ed Moger Jr. Jockey: Leslie Mawing. August 30 (PEN, $11,242 MCL.) Bertrando Grande. Paul K. Girdner and Reginald C. Jones’ b. c., 4, by Bertrando—Sav Blanc by Dixie Union. Breeders: John and Marsha Antonelli. Trainer: Jim Tracy. Jockey: Luis A. Belmonte.

Globalize

Victory Rose Thoroughbreds (707) 678-6580 August 31 (ALB, $5,600 MCL.) Global Appeal. Blue Sky Training Center’s b. c., 4, by Globalize—Leave To Appeal (Ire) by Victory Note. Breeder: CamRacing Farm LLC. Trainer: Ramon G. Gonzalez. Jockey: Enrique Garcia.

IN ExCESS (IRE) August 28 (DMR, $75,750 MSW.) Bro’s Bro. David C. and Billie A. Farr’s dk. b. c., 3, by In Excess (Ire)—Farr Bettor Miss by Sir Harry Lewis. Breeders: David C. and Billie A. Farr. Trainer: Jack Carava. Jockey: Gary L. Stevens.

Septmeber 1 (ELK, $3,000 MSW.) Big Bert. R. Mike Scudder’s dk. b. g., 4, by Bertrando—Benson’s Girl by Buddha. Breeder: Mercedes Stables LLC. Trainer: R. Mike Scudder. Jockey: Jesus J. Canales.

August 30 (DMR, $76,250 MSW.) Van Dien Avenue. Don Van Racing Inc., Michael Nentwig, Goerge Saadeh and Jeffrey Byer’s dk. b. f., 3, by In Excess (Ire)—Lunge by Western Fame. Breeder: Carlee Van Kempen. Trainer: James M. Cassidy. Jockey: David R. Flores.

CROSSWORD

IRON CAT

Septmeber 1 (GG, $13,525 MCL.) I’m So Puzzled. Brian and Donald Carothers’ b. f., 3, by Crossword—Araza by Arazi. Breeder: Joe Parker. Trainer: Jerry F. Puertas. Jockey: Kerwin John.

Septmeber 1 (GG, $8,315 MCL.) Kasune. Joseph P. Morey Jr. Revocable Trust’s dk. b. f., 3, by Iron Cat—Royalette by Slewdledo. Breeders: Greg and Robyn C. James. Trainer: William E. Morey. Jockey: Kyle Frey.

Decarchy

Lucky Pulpit

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Mary Alisi. Trainer: Keith E. Craigmyle. Jockey: Eulices Gomez.

SALT LAKE August 28 (ASD, $12,420 MSW.) Hot Tub. Shirley Hansen’s b. g., 3, by Salt Lake— Sizzling Sarah by Tiger Ridge. Breeder: Kjell H. Qvale. Trainer: Roger W. Hansen. Jockey: Christopher Husbands.

SIBERIAN SUMMER August 29 (GG, $7,525 MCL.) One Cool Girl. Bill J. Hipwell and James L. Lewis’ b. f., 3, by Siberian Summer—Deb’s Parfait by Native Prospector. Breeders: Leon Lewis and Bill J. Hipwell. Trainer: Sergio Ledezma. Jockey: Catalino Martinez.

Stormin Fever

Golden Eagle Farm (760) 789-2821 Septmeber 1 (DMR, $76,250 MSW.) Storm Reveler. C T R Stables LLC’s dk. b. g., 2, by Stormin Fever—Empress of Dance by Maria’s Mon. Breeder: Grant Truman. Trainer: Molly J. Pearson. Jockey: Edwin A. Maldonado.

UNUSUAL HEAT August 29 (DMR, $26,500 MCL.) Supersonic Heat. Madeline Auerbach’s dk. b. g., 4, by Unusual Heat—Ballistic Lady by Show Dancer. Breeders: Madeline Auerbach and Barry Abrams. Trainer: Barry Abrams. Jockey: Julien Couton.

Maiden Winners August 30 (DMR, $39,000 MCL.) Susans Express. Ed Delaney and Jorge Periban’s dk. b. f., 2, by Decarchy—Excessive Susan by In Excess (Ire). Breeder: Ed Delaney. Trainer: Jorge Periban. Jockey: Patrick A. Valenzuela.

Septmeber 1 (GG, $9,105 MCL.) Bay Street. Harris Farms Inc.’s b. g., 4, by Lucky Pulpit—Spanish Bay by Moscow Ballet. Breeder: Harris Farms. Trainer: Debbie Winick. Jockey: Leslie Mawing.

August 31 (DMR, $76,000 MSW.) Stole a Kiss. Blinkers On Racing Stable, Espinoza, Gitipityapon, Homeidan, IIharreguy, et.al.’s dk. b. f., 2, by Decarchy—Mink Kiss by Distinctive Cat. Breeder: Steven Greco. Trainer: Mike Puype. Jockey: Joseph Talamo.

NORTHERN AFLEET Septmeber 1 (LA, $6,000 MCL.) Augsburg. Manuel Loza’s dk. b. g., 6, by Northern Afleet—Glamorous Habit by Habitony (Ire). Breeders: Malibu Valley Farms Inc. and Arthur and

10 CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBRED WEEKLy • September 4, 2013

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 Stakes Winners In California: Aug. 26-Sept. 2, 2013 Sunday Rules GENEROUS PORTION STAKES, Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, August 28, $150,000 guaranteed, two-year-olds, fillies, 6 furlongs, 1:09.56, track fast. Track record: 1:08.17. Trainer: Mike Mitchell. Jockey: Edwin Maldonado. Odds: 1-5. SUNDAy RULES, b. f., 2 (120), Tribal Rule—Sunday Dress, by General Meeting

81⁄2 $85,500

Whatsallthedrama, b. f., 2 (118), Whatsthescript (Ire)—Drama Cat, by Tale of the Cat (Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC)

1 $28,500

Moving Desert, ch. f., 2 (120), Desert Code—Cinema Paradisa, by Capote (Harris Farms Inc.)

33⁄4 $18,000

Also: Rovenna (120)—$9,000, Time for Angie (120)—$6,000, Feature Attraction (121)—$3,000.

AGE 2

STS 2

RACING RECORD 1st 2nd 3rd 2 0 0

Earnings $130,500

SWs (6%), including Georgie Boy, Tribesman, Italian Rules. Total progeny earnings $18,169,588, $0 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—171 yearlings sold, 8 crops, $15,401 average. In 2012, 21 yearlings sold, $21,182 average. 1st dam: Sunday Dress. Bred by Mrs. John C. Mabee (Calif.). Raced 4 years, 25 starts, 5 wins. Earned $206,615 (SPR 92). At 5, 3rd Warren's Thoroughbreds S. FFSPR: 89 09 SUDDEN SUNDAY, f., by Bertrando. Raced 2 years, 8 starts, 2 wins. Earned $68,730 (SPR 89). 10 TRIBAL DRESS, f., by Tribal Rule. Raced 1 year, 6 starts, 1 win. Earned $47,575 (SPR 86). 11 SUNDAy RULES, f., by Tribal Rule. At 2, WON Generous Portion S. (SPR 99). 12 Tough Sunday, c., by Grazen. 2nd dam: Chocolate Sunday (1997). Bred by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mabee (Calif.). Unraced. Produced 3 foals, 1 winners. Broodmare Sire: GENERAL MEETING. Raced 4 years, 17 starts, 4 wins. Earned $441,125 (SPR 93). Sire of 264 mares which produced 751 foals. 19 mares produced SWs (3%). 451 runners (60%), 296 winners (39%), 21 SWs (3%), including Macho Macho, Tommy Danzigger, Saucey Evening. Progeny earnings of $18,163,639. Foaled: Horse Haven Ranch, Santa Ynez, Calif. Breeder: Nick B. Alexander. Owner: Nick B. Alexander.

Tribal Rule

Ballena Vista Farm (760) 789-3900 Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua TRIBAL RULE b. 1996

Grenfall Sown Bad Seed

Seattle Slew General Meeting Alydar's Promise SUNDAy DRESS b. 2002

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Chocolate Sunday Golden Treat

Northern Dancer South Ocean Secretariat Crimson Saint Graustark Primonetta Stevward Rich and Rare II Bold Reasoning My Charmer

Summer Hit HARRY F. BRUBAKER STAKES, Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, August 31, $90,000 added, three-year-olds and up, 1 mile, 1:34.99, track fast. Track record: 1:34.86. Trainer: Jerry Hollendorfer. Jockey: Edwin Maldonado. Odds: 4-1. SUMMER HIT, dk. b. or br. g., 4 (123), Bertrando—Mia F Eighteen, by Tough Knight

11⁄4 $72,420

Wilkinson, dk. b. or br. h., 5 (123), Lemon Drop Kid—Tasha's Delight, by Afternoon Deelites (Edward K. Gaylord II)

21⁄4 $18,740

Liaison, b. c., 4 (123), Indian Charlie—Galloping Gal, by Victory Gallop (Arnold Zetcher LLC)

11⁄2 $11,244

Alydar Summertime Promise Blushing Groom (Fr) Glorious Song Theatrical (Ire) Golden Dust

When Tribal Rule has been crossed with General Meeting mares, it has produced 4 foals of racing age, 3 winners (75%), 1 SW (25%), 0 graded SW, $55,485 average earnings per runner. Sire: Tribal Rule. Raced 3 years, 4 starts, 2 wins. Earned $77,600 (SPR 97). Sire of 8 crops, 567 foals, 345 runners (61%), 231 winners (41%), 32

Also: Sky Kingdom (123)—$5,622, Clubhouse Ride (123)—$1,874, Batti Man (Arg) (119)—$ 250, Hawk's Eyes (Brz) (119)—$ 250.

AGE 3 4 Totals

STS 6 7 13

RACING RECORD 1st 2nd 3rd 4 1 1 4 1 1 8

2

2

Earnings $100,747 256,508 $357,255

Relaunch Skywalker Bold Captive BERTRANDO dk. b. or br. 1989 Buffalo Lark Gentle Hands Three Red Bells

In Reality Foggy Note Boldnesian Captive Audience T. V. Lark Chance Gauge Third Martini Red Belle

Drum Fire Yang Captain Courageous Countess Courage Miss Machete MIA F EIGHTEEN Viceregal dk. b. or br. 1994 Regal Bearing (GB) Mia Pola (Fr) Lucky Mia Snow Sporting Lucky Sport Spanish Gal Knights Choice

Tough Knight

Bertrando has not been crossed with Tough Knight mares. Sire: BERTRANDO. Raced 5 years, 24 starts, 9 wins. Earned $3,185,610 (SPR 90). Sire of 17 crops, 1114 foals, 766 runners (69%), 528 winners (47%), 56 SWs (5%), including Officer, Karelian, Smooth Player. Total progeny earnings $43,932,148, $0 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—311 yearlings sold, 18 crops, $31,959 average. In 2012, 5 yearlings sold, $56,900 average. 1st dam: MIA F EIGHTEEN. Bred by John M. Roche (Wash). Raced 4 years, 35 starts, 4 wins. Earned $27,675 (SPR 50). FFSPR: 86 01 STARBIRD ROAD, g., by Count the Time. Raced 6 years, 29 starts, 12 wins. Earned $198,697 (SPR 88). At 2, 2nd Captain Condo S., At 4, 3rd Chinook Pass Sprint S., At 5, won Governor's H., Chinook Pass Sprint S., Seattle H., At 6, won Seattle H. 02 MILLTOWN ROAD, g., by Gold Tribute. Raced 4 years, 18 starts, 3 wins. Earned $96,605 (SPR 81). 03 HIGHWAY TO GOLD, g., by Wild Gold. Raced 1 year, 2 starts, 1 win. Earned $5,800 (SPR 74). 05 Nolessthansuccess, g., by Tribunal. Unraced. 06 Light of a Star, f., by Muqtarib. Raced 3 years, 26 starts, 12 wins. Earned $140,590 (SPR 85). At 2, 3rd Angie C. S. 07 B G's Fever, g., by Beau Genius. Raced 1 year, 2 starts, no wins. Earned $1,860 (SPR 33). 09 SUMMER HIT, g., by Bertrando. At 3, won Silky Sullivan S., 3rd Grey Memo S., At 4, WON Harry F. Brubaker S., All American S. (Gr. III), 2nd San Francisco Mile S. (Gr. IIIT). (SPR 98). 10 El Neron, c., by Salt Lake. Unraced. 12 f., by Harbor the Gold. $30,000 yearling 2013 Washington Thoroughbred Breeders Association Yearling Sale. 2nd dam: Lucky Mia (1986). Bred by John and Mary Roche (Wash). Unraced. Produced 5 foals, 5 winners, including MIATOUGH. Broodmare Sire: TOUGH KNIGHT. Raced 2 years, 6 starts, 3 wins. Earned $54,450 (SPR 83). Sire of 156 mares which produced 236 foals. 6 mares produced SWs (3%). 144 runners (61%), 98 winners (42%), 9 SWs (4%), including Right to Vote, Starbird Road, Catonight. Progeny earnings of $4,648,045. Foaled: Golden Eagle Farm, Ramona, Calif. Breeders: Kenneth and Janice Heidt. Owners: John Carver and Jerry Hollendorfer.

Stakes Winners The Season in California: Results of recent stakes won by California-breds 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). While every effort is made to prevent errors and omissions, the california thoroughbred cannot guarantee their complete and total accuracy. 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.

Continued on page 14 12 CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBRED WEEKLy • September 4, 2013

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Nestled in rolling hills adjacent to the horse-related community of Santa Theresita, you will find one of the oldest and most beautiful homages to the Thoroughbred in this state, California Thoroughbred Ranch. Now in its fourth decade of operation, the ranch was built from the ground up by Jack and Susie Farmer who still own the beautiful facility and live right on the premises. Once an abandoned alfalfa field, the ranch is a striking portrayal of early California architecture, right down to the adobe and mission-style construction of the barns and office complex. The main barn contains stalls for 40 horses in training and the foaling barn comes equipped with closed circuit television monitors that are linked up to the farm manager’s office and residence 24 hours a day. Newborns are kept in stalls with their dams for the first 36 hours of life and monitored closely. After that, they are moved outdoors to grassy paddocks and pastures. The region’s temperate climate allows for horses to live outdoors year-round, and the ranch’s pastures range from two acres to almost 50 and follow the contours of the foothills. To date, more than 200 stakes winners have been foaled and raised on the ranch’s green fields. Others, like last year’s Eclipse champion juvenile colt Valid Point, were brought to the ranch as yearlings for breaking and schooling. California Thoroughbred Ranch also has an excellent reputation as a training center. It

offers five round pens, an indoor riding arena and a scenic uphill gallop that winds its way through the facility. There are also two treadmills and a swimming pool, where lay-ups can regain their conditioning without risk of further injury. The ranch is home to two of California’s finest stallions. Super Dad is the sire of 22 graded stakes winners and countless other stakes performers. His champion daughter Daddy’s Little Gal captured last year’s Cal Cup Juvenile Fillies and this year’s grade I Santa Anita Oaks. Moneymaker was foaled at the ranch and now stands at stud here. This graded stakes winner of nearly $400,000 has thrust himself into the national spotlight when his son Hayburner captured this year’s Travers Stakes at Saratoga. Winner of the Wood Memorial and second in both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, Hayburner now has earnings over $1 million. The Cal-bred is now pointing for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Farm manager Bob Trainer has more than 30 years of experience in this business and gives your horses the personal care and attention they deserve. Assistant manager and yearling trainer Steve Winner also has many years of veterinary experience, although the farm’s main vet lives just down the road and is on call 24 hours a day, especially during the busy foaling season. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to come and tour the facilities. Also visit their impressive website at www.Califthoroughbredranch.com.


California-Bred Stakes Winners In California: Aug. 26-Sept. 2, 2013 Continued from page 12

Ethnic Dance DEL MAR DERBY (Gr. IIT, 2nd division), Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, September 1, $250,000 guaranteed, three-year-olds, 1 1/8 miles turf, 1:48.24, course firm. Course record: 1:44.79. Trainer: John Sadler. Jockey: Edwin Maldonado. Odds: 6-1. ETHNIC DANCE, dk. b. or br. c., 3 (122), 11⁄4 Tribal Rule—House of Danzing, $150,000 by Chester House Infinite Magic, b. c., 3 (122), More Than Ready—Truly Enchanting (Ire), $50,000 by Danehill Dancer (Ire) (Team Valor International) Den's Legacy, b. c., 3 (122), Medaglia d'Oro—Sunshine Song, by War Chant (Westrock Stables LLC)

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Also: Kid Dreams (122)—$15,000, General Election (122)—$5,000, Dorsett (122)—$250, Dry Summer (122)—$250, Olympic Blue (122)—$250, Play It Loud (122)—$250, Dice Flavor (122)—$250.

AGE 2 3 Totals

STS 1 7

RACING RECORD 1st 2nd 3rd 0 0 0 3 2 0

8

3

2

0

Earnings $350 249,500 $249,850

(41%), 32 SWs (6%), including Georgie Boy, Tribesman, Italian Rules. Total progeny earnings $18,169,588, $0 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—171 yearlings sold, 8 crops, $15,401 average. In 2012, 21 yearlings sold, $21,182 average. 1st dam: House of Danzing. Bred by Sid H. and Jenny Craig (Calif.). Raced 1 year, 2 starts, no wins. Earned $9,940 (SPR 83). FFSPR: 94 07 TWIRLING CANDy, c., by Candy Ride (Arg). Raced 3 years, 11 starts, 7 wins. Earned $944,900 (SPR 99). At 3, won Malibu S. (Gr. I), Del Mar Derby (Gr. IIT), Oceanside S., At 4, won Strub S. (Gr. II), Californian S. (Gr. II), 2nd TVG Pacific Classic S. (Gr. I), 3rd Hollywood Gold Cup H. (Gr. I). 08 Dulcito, f., by Candy Ride (Arg). Unraced. $4,000 two-year-old 2010 Barretts January Mixed Sale. 09 Treasure Ride, c., by Candy Ride (Arg). Unraced. 10 ETHNIC DANCE, c., by Tribal Rule. At 3, WON Del Mar Derby (Gr. IIT, 2nd div.). (SPR 87). 12 c., by Candy Ride (Arg). 2nd dam: Danzing Crown (1997). Bred by Sid H. Craig (Ky.). Unraced. Produced 7 foals, 4 winners, including DANZING TRIBAL. Broodmare Sire: CHESTER HOUSE. Raced 4 years in England, North America, 21 starts, 6 wins. Earned $1,944,545 (SPR 98). Sire of 116 mares which produced 178 foals. 5 mares produced SWs (3%). 94 runners (53%), 69 winners (39%), 6 SWs (3%), including Twirling Candy, River Seven, Lolly For Dolly (Ire). Progeny earnings of $5,106,916. Foaled: River Edge Farm, Buellton, Calif. Breeder: The Craig Family Trust. Owners: Craig Stables and Michael Bello.

Tribal Rule

Ballena Vista Farm (760) 789-3900

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua TRIBAL RULE b. 1996 Grenfall Sown Bad Seed

Northern Dancer South Ocean Secretariat Crimson Saint Graustark Primonetta Stevward Rich and Rare II

Raise a Native Mr. Prospector Gold Digger Chester House El Gran Senor Toussaud Image of Reality HOUSE OF DANZING Northern Dancer dk. b. or br. 2002 Danzig Pas de Nom Danzing Crown Seattle Slew Crownette In Memory

Tribal Rule has not been crossed with Chester House mares. Sire: Tribal Rule. Raced 3 years, 4 starts, 2 wins. Earned $77,600 (SPR 97). Sire of 8 crops, 567 foals, 345 runners (61%), 231 winners

Jedi Mind Trick I'M SMOKIN STAKES, Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, September 2, $150,000 guaranteed, twoyear-olds, 6 furlongs, 1:09.76, track fast. Track record: 1:08.17. Trainer: John Sadler. Jockey: Victor Espinoza. Odds: 5-1. JEDI MIND TRICK, gr. or ro. g., 2 (118), nk Don'tsellmeshort—Icy n' Elegant, $85,500 by Ice Age Gangnam Guy, b. c., 2 (120), Roi Charmant—The Toast of Troy, by Unusual Heat (Richard Barton)

11⁄4 $28,500

Ashleyluvssugar, b. g., 2 (120), 23⁄4 Game Plan—Ashley's Folly, $18,000 by Urgent Request (Ire) (Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia Racing LLC) Also: Aotearoa (120)—$9,000, Better Bet (120)—$6,000, Mondai Mondai (118)—$3,000.

AGE 2

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STS 4

RACING RECORD 1st 2nd 3rd 3 0 0

Earnings $139,828

Alydar Benchmark Winters' Love DON'TSELLMESHORT gr. or ro. 2001 Siyah Kalem Miss Soft Sell Solamente Un Vez Icecapade Ice Age Quick Fare ICy N' ELEGANT gr. 1992 Drone The Lady Who The Lady Streaker

Raise a Native Sweet Tooth Danzig Cold Hearted Mr. Prospector Lady Graustark Relaunch Gavel Gertie Nearctic Shenanigans Warfare Quick Wit Sir Gaylord Cap and Bells First Balcony Andromache

When Don'tsellmeshort has been crossed with Ice Age mares, it has produced 13 foals of racing age, 4 winners (31%), 1 SW (8%), 0 graded SW, $24,661 average earnings per runner. Sire: DON'TSELLMESHORT. Raced 3 years, 18 starts, 4 wins. Earned $402,365 (SPR 92). Sire of 3 crops, 84 foals, 32 runners (38%), 19 winners (23%), 1 SW (1%), Sire of 1 SW. Total progeny earnings $502,311, $0 average per starter. Yearling auction record, 1980 to present—19 yearlings sold, 4 crops, $2,400 average. In 2012, 7 yearlings sold, $3,314 average. 1st dam: ICY N' ELEGANT. Bred by Running Luck Inc. (Calif.). Raced 3 years, 22 starts, 4 wins. Earned $33,888 (SPR 74). FFSPR: 36 99 Lovely n' Elegant, f., by Royal Egyptian. Raced 3 years, 16 starts, no wins. Earned $4,102 (SPR 25). 00 Royal of Course, c., by Royal Egyptian. Unraced. 01 ICHI RIKI, g., by Suggest. Raced 2 years, 18 starts, 1 win. Earned $10,863 (SPR 29). $8,000 two-year-old 2003 Barretts January Mixed Sale. 02 Elegant Ice, c., by Kahuna Jack. Raced 7 years, 40 starts, 2 wins. Earned $88,848 (SPR 53). At 3, 3rd Gregson Foundation Sprint S., At 4, 3rd Oakland Tribune Golden Gate Fields Sprint S. 03 f., by Dominique's Cat. Unraced. 05 Honestly Elegant, f., by Really Honest. Unraced. 08 LA INDIA ELEGANT, f., by Phonetics. Raced 3 years, 32 starts, 2 wins. Earned $25,549 (SPR 30). $1,000 yearling 2009 CTBA Sales’ Northern California Yearling Sale. 10 Special Sale, g., by Don'tsellmeshort. Raced 2 years, 15 starts, no wins. Earned $4,432 (SPR 11). $1,000 yearling 2011 CTBA Sales’ Northern California Yearling and Horses of Racing Age Sale. 11 JEDI MIND TRICK, g., by Don'tsellmeshort. At 2, WON I'm Smokin S. (SPR 98). $2,500 yearling 2012 CTBA Sales’ Northern California Yearling Sale. 12 c., by Don'tsellmeshort. 2nd dam: THE LADY WHO (1982). Bred by Busching and Bill F. Stevenson, Tony (Calif.). Raced 4 years, 36 starts, 3 wins. Earned $23,160 (SPR 65). Produced 11 foals, 6 winners. Broodmare Sire: Ice Age. Raced 3 years, 8 starts, 2 wins. Earned $12,195 (SPR 80). Sire of 79 mares which produced 159 foals. 5 mares produced SWs (3%). 108 runners (68%), 74 winners (47%), 5 SWs (3%), including Indian Chant, Forest Danger, Kool Comic. Progeny earnings of $4,340,762. Foaled: Running Luck Ranch, Parlier, Calif. Breeder: Running Luck Ranch LLC. Owner: Doubledown Stables Inc.

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RECENT EARNERS OF THE MAIDEN BONUS PROGRAM • David C. & Billie A. Farr, owners of Bro's Bro earned $17,500 on August 28th at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club • Don Van Racing, Inc., Nentwig, Saadeh & Byer, owners of Van Dien Avenue earned $17,500 on August 30th at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club • Blinkers On Racing Stable, Espinoza, Gitipityapon, Homeidan, Illharreguy, et.al., owners of Stole a Kiss earned $17,500 on August 31st at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club • C T R Stables LLC, owners of Storm Reveler earned $17,500 on September 1st at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

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California Weekly Hay Report From Friday, August 29, 2013 F or A n y Q u e s t i o n s O n T h i s L i s t P l e a s e C on t a ct : 97 0- 35 3- 97 50

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Compared to last week: All classes of hay traded mostly steady. Many producers are beginning to store hay with hopes of the market becoming more favorable. Slightly above normal temperatures were seen across most of the state. Scattered storms in the Northern part of the state were seen while heaving rain due to an abnormal monsoonal flow, flooded region 5 and 6. Fire danger across the state still remains very high. According to the USDA National Forest Service there are 9 active fires burning nearly 290,000 acres state wide. The largest is the Rim Fire located in Tuolumne County at 199,227 acres. Range conditions continue to be fair to poor with little forage for livestock. Available water at lower elevations continues to decline. In Northern California dry land pastures and rangelands are done for the year forcing ranchers to look for alternative forage much earlier than normal. There was limited trade throughout the state with the sharpest decline in region 5 and 6. Due to heavy rain in the southern part of the state field work is at a standstill preventing shipment of current and new contracts. Trade was slow on moderate to light demand. All prices reported FOB at the stack or barn unless otherwise noted. Regions are defined at bottom of report.

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CTBA Magazine Update The September 2013 issue of California Thoroughbred, the official publication of the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA), has now been completed and is currently being mailed out to its subscribers and the CTBA membership. Featured as this edition’s cover story is the win by California-bred Points Offthebench, a four-year-old gelding by Ballena Vista Farm’s Benchmark, in the grade I, $300,250 Bing Crosby Stakes at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club on July 28. Besides this article, the latest magazine also includes many other feature stories of interest, such as: a wrap-up of the victory by Pamela Ziebrath’s homebred Tiz Flirtatious, a five-year-old daughter of Harris Farms’ Tizbud, in Del Mar’s grade II, $250,000 John C. Mabee Stakes on August 11; profiles on Miami Margie, the 18-year-old dam of three multiple stakes winners, and grade II winner Doinghardtimeagain, a three-year-old Tommy Town Thoroughbreds homebred daughter of resident sire Ministers Wild Cat, whom the CTBA membership voted as the 2012/2013 California Broodmare of the Year and Valkyr Trophy winner, respectively; a review of the Northern California Sale at Pleasanton, an auction primarily of yearlings that was hosted by the CTBA for the 10th consecutive year on August 13; a CTBA Member Profile on Ron and Lillian Lang, the breeders and owners in partnership with their trainer D. Wayne Baker of the five-year-old gelding Ourwestcoastghost who won the $75,400 Casual Lies Handicap at Pleasanton on July 4; a review of the second round of the Thoroughbred Classic Horse Show (TCHS) series held in San Juan Capistrano on July 27-28, at which the legendary Lava Man and fellow Cal-bred black-type winners Mr. Wolverine and Wolf Tail successfully performed; a Racing In Southern California editorial featuring Gervinho, Sprouts, U Be Fire N Ice, Sweet Marini, California Chrome, U’narack, Tasty Treat and Halo Dolly, the Cal-breds who won stakes races during the first five weeks of this seaside track’s 2013 meeting; a Northern California Report article on the Cal-breds Ain’t No Other and Hirschy, respective winners of the August 10 Jess Jackson Owners’ Handicap worth $66,350 and August 11 Cavonnier Juvenile Stakes worth $64,300 that were held during this year’s Sonoma County Fair meet at Santa Rosa; an analysis of the 24 Cal-bred winners of Fairplex Park’s $50,000 Jim Kostoff Stakes, the race previously run as the Derby Trial Stakes (1968-2007) which will have its 45th renewal in Pomona on September 8; a Focus On The Future story on 27-year-old Claire Crawford, a native of Pasadena who is currently interning at Del Mar where she was the brainchild behind the “Talamo Takeover” on Twitter; the latest chapter in the A Blast From The Past series, spotlighting the Cal-bred filly Honey Bunny who won the 1962/1963 Valkyr Trophy based on her three stakes wins as a two-year-old; Horse Care and Down On The Farm articles titled “Furosemide” and “Hoof Cracks,” respectively; a Guest Forum piece by Kayleeta Robinson, about the 1999 Breeders’ Cup Mile (grade I) winner Silic (Fr) who recently passed away while standing at stud at her and husband Ben Davis’ Pacific Coast Thoroughbreds farm in Hemet; and all the many other interesting and informative features, departments and columns that this publication’s loyal readers look forward to every month. So now is the time to secure valuable advertising space in the October 2013 copy of California Thoroughbred, the monthly publication that remains the best medium for marketing Thoroughbred stallions, farms and businesses in the Golden State. To ensure representation in this next issue, please contact the CTBA’s Advertising Manager Loretta Veiga without further delay at either Loretta@ctba.com or (626) 445-7800, extension 227. Arrangements can then be Loretta@ctba.com made to secure the placement in this magazine of a high quality, competitively priced advertisement that’s certain to provide the maximum possible exposure to your services and/or products on offer.

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