Nucky Wins Runhappy Del Mar Futurity; Accident Mars Race

Nucky © Benoit Photo

In an eventful renewal of the Grade I Runhappy $300,000 Del Mar Futurity Monday, 35-1 longshot Nucky scored by two and three-quarter lengths and then survived an inquiry after the seven-furlong sprint which was marred by an accident involving favored Eight Rings and Storm the Court shortly after the start.

The accident occurred when Eight Rings, the 1-2 favorite ridden by Drayden Van Dyke, veered in sharply and bumped Storm the Court, piloted by Flavien Prat, in the first eighth of a mile.  Both jockeys were unseated and their mounts ran off in pursuit of the field.

Prat escaped injury, but Van Dyke was scheduled to undergo a precautionary examination at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla. Both horses were pronounced okay after a veterinary exam.

Nucky, with Norberto Arroyo, Jr., went to the lead in the upper stretch and steadily increased his margin to record a clear triumph. Wrecking Crew was second, a half-length in front of Defense Wins, with Ginobili fourth in the field of eight two-year-olds.

Richard Baltas, trainer of fourth-place Ginobili, lodged an objection against the winner, alleging interference in upper stretch. However, the Del Mar stewards, after viewing videotape, disallowed the claim.

Nucky, a son of Ghostzapper owned by the Rockingham Ranch of Gary Hartunian of Sherman Oaks, Ca., and trained by Peter Miller, was timed in 1:25.52 and returned $72, $26 and $13.40 after his second win in five starts. First money of $180,000 increased his earnings to $217,750.

Runner-up Wrecking Crew paid $8.60 and $5.20, while Defense Wins returned $13.60 to show.

On the 36th and final day of the 2019 Del Mar racing season, with a mandatory payout in the Pick Six, there were 34 perfect tickets and each was worth $53,375. Consolation tickets numbered 1,440 and paid $184.80 each. The pool totaled $2,631,136, including a carryover of $307,148.

Racing resumes November 8 at Del Mar with its Fall Racing Season.


NORBERTO ARROYO, JR. (Nucky, winner) – “What a way to end the meet. I don’t deserve this. But somebody wanted me to have it. I thank the Lord up above. My aim was to track the 2 horse (favored Eight Rings).  My horse broke good and I was looking for the 2. By the four and a half (furlong pole) I couldn’t see him (the 2) at all and I knew something must have happened. Then I just went to riding my horse. He responded well. I don’t know if he was the best horse in the race to start, but he was the best to finish. He responded well at the end.”

ABEL CEDILLO (Wrecking Crew, second) – “He ran huge. He got a little tired at the end, but he was a runner. Great race for him.”

RAFAEL BEJARANO (Defense Wins, third) – “He’s still a little green. But it was a very good try for him today. When they run farther, he’s going to be better.”

PETER MILLER (Nucky, winner) – “It was obviously unfortunate. You never want to see any horse or rider go down. My first thoughts are with the horses and the riders. I don’t know what happened, but after that, we won clear. I wasn’t worried (about the inquiry). They bumped slightly, but the No. 4 (Ginobili) was tiring. To finish 1-2 in the Del Mar Futurity, for me, I mean it’s just incredible under any circumstances.”


FRACTIONS:  :21.89  :44.90  1:11.09  1:25.52

The stakes win was the third of the meet, but first in the Del Mar Futurity for rider Arroyo, Jr. He now has 10 stakes wins at Del Mar

The stakes win was the third of the meet, but first in the Del Mar Futurity for trainer Miller. He now has 27 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The winner is owned by Rockingham Ranch, which is the nom de course for Gary Hartunian of Sherman Oaks, CA.

Unprecedented Safe Racing Highlights Del Mar’s 80th Season

With the national spotlight on equine safety and welfare, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club concluded its 80th summer meeting today as the safest major racetrack in the United States for the second consecutive year.

After introducing a comprehensive series of safety programs in 2017 and 2018, Del Mar expanded its safety measures this summer, including additional pre-race veterinary observation protocols and an independent panel of veterinarians and racing officials to review all horses scheduled to race. There was not a single serious injury during racing this summer, an unprecedented feat. Last year, The Jockey Club’s Equine Injury Database ranked Del Mar as the safest major racetrack in the U.S.

“Without a doubt, this is the most gratifying meet I have ever been part of,” said DMTC CEO Joe Harper. “Given the current climate, especially after the first-half of the year in Southern California, we had three goals this summer:  continuation of our exemplary safety record; provide stability and a dependability to racing in California, and to offer a consistent, five-day-a-week schedule that would reward fans and horsemen alike.  With a wonderful display of teamwork from our owners, trainers, jockeys, vets, track personnel and the CHRB, we accomplished these goals in exceptional fashion.”

“We are very proud of what we achieved this summer,” said Tom Robbins, Del Mar’s executive vice president of racing. “To average eight runners per race, in less than optimal circumstances, was remarkable. Credit goes to racing secretary David Jerkens, our track crews – led by Dennis Moore and Leif Dickinson – and, of course, the horsemen. We dedicated significant time and resources to safety and welfare and we set a very high bar for ourselves. The results of this summer prove that when we all work together we can uphold our responsibility to our equine and human athletes while staging on-track competition at the very highest level.”

Faced with fewer horses than last year but determined to race five days per week, the only meet in California to do so, Del Mar carded 21, or 6.6%, fewer races than its 2018 summer meet.  All sources handle on the 36-day session fell by 10.9% after growth of 6.8% in 2018 and 5.1% in 2017.  The lower all-sources handle, which was expected after the tumultuous winter and spring at Santa Anita, was due primarily to declines from off-track betting and simulcasting outlets.

“Based on the first-half of the year, we knew maintaining the handle trends of the last two years was going to be challenging this meet, especially running fewer races,” said Josh Rubinstein, DMTC’s president.  “However, the bettors continued to support us, especially the last three weeks, when our field size rallied. At the end of the day we had extremely safe racing, handled over $432 million and paid out over $21.0 million in purses. We are very pleased.”

The 36-day summer meet provided some memorable performances on the track such as a smashing performances by Bast in the Del Mar Debutante; a thrilling, last jump, photo finish tally by Vasilika in the John C. Mabee Stakes; a second straight victory in the TVG Pacific Classic by the Hronis Racing/trainer John Sadler connection with Higher Power’s powerhouse triumph; and a string of remarkable individual efforts from the Hronis Racing’s ownership with record summer purse earnings of $1,441,077 and an unmatched seven stakes victories, Sadler’s nine stakes scores, and 10 stakes – as well as 42 total victories — for leading rider Flavien Prat. Del Mar ended its meet having run 297 races (21 fewer than in 2018) with a total of 2,372 starters, an average field size of eight horses per race.

“On behalf of the California Thoroughbred owners, we want to both thank and congratulate the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club and their management team,” said Thoroughbred Owners of California chairman Nick Alexander.  “The 2019 Del Mar summer meet delivered exactly what the California horse racing industry needed at a critical time: safe racing, full fields and large crowds. It was an outstanding season on all levels and we very much look forward to returning for the Bing Crosby meet in November.”

In 2020, summer racing at Del Mar will receive an additional weekend, as the meet will be held over eight weeks from Saturday, July 18 through Labor Day, September 7. Racing resumes at Del Mar this fall, November 8 through December 1.

Del Mar Daily Results and Activity

Results

Monday, September 2
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Allowance – $50,000 $36,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $67,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Claiming – $16,000 $21,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf S. $100,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Runhappy Del Mar Futurity $300,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 10 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000 Overnight Overnight

 

Nolde, Espinoza Win Del mar Derby in Upset

Nolde © Benoit Photo

Jerry Moss’ Nolde, given a stirring ride by Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza, rallied between horses in deep stretch to take the lead and then barely withstood the onrushing Originaire to win the Grade II $250,000 Del Mar Derby Sunday at Del Mar.

Nolde, beaten a nose by Jasikan in the opening day Oceanside Stakes, scored by a neck in the race that traditionally stamps the three-year-old champion of the summer season at Del Mar.

Irish-bred Originaire, ridden by Mike Smith, charged from last place to be finishing fastest, defeating third-place and 2-1 favorite Neptune’s Storm by a head for second. Another neck back in fourth in the field of nine three-year-olds was 35-1 longshot Hackberry. Withdrawn from the nine-furlong grass contest was Walker Stalker.

Nolde, conditioned by John Shirreffs, went postward at 6-1 and paid $15.20, $7.60 and $4.40 after his third victory in eight starts. The colt, a Kentucky-bred son of Pioneerof the Nile, earned $150,000 to up his bankroll to $270,470 with his initial stakes success. His time for the distance was 1:46.98.

Originaire, like the winner a 6-1 shot, returned $7.40 and $4.40, while Neptune’s Storm returned $3.20 to show.

Del Mar’s 80th season closes tomorrow,  Labor Day Monday, featuring the Grade I $300,000 Del Mar Futurity for two-year-olds. Post time for the first of ten races is 2 p.m.


VICTOR ESPINOZA (Nolde, winner) – “Sometimes when you get on this horse, he’s nice and easy going. Not today. He was strong; like a bull. I like that. He was telling me he was ready. When we ran last time (beaten a nose in the Oceanside on July 17), I knew he ran a good race, but I knew he’d be better next time. He’s got a long stride and distance is going to be good for him. He’s not an easy horse to ride, but he’s got a lot of talent. We’ve just got to figure out a way to bring it out. When I sent him inside today, he just went. He was ready.”

MIKE SMITH (Originaire, second) – “He ran great; too good to lose. The winner ran good, too. Too bad we couldn’t have had a dead-heat.”

FLORENT GEROUX (Neptune’s Storm, third) – “He turned in a very good race. I wanted to time my move just right. When I turned for home, I thought I was going to be a winner. But the two horses in front of us ran well. What are you going to do.”


JOHN SHIRREFFS (Nolde, winner) – “The Oceanside prepared him nicely for this, which was the plan. We were very happy with the way the horse trained for the race. Victor (Espinoza) has ridden him a number of times and really knows the horse. He got him settled in a nice position and Nolde has a really nice turn of foot. We’re happy to have him (Espinoza) ride our horses. He’s a great rider.”

The stakes win was the third of the meet, but first in the Del Mar Derby for rider Espinoza. He now has 100 stakes wins at Del Mar, tying Gary Stevens for third-most in track history.

The stakes win was the first of the meet, but the second (Madeo, 2008) in the Del Mar Derby for trainer Shirreffs. He now has 15 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The winning owner (and breeder) is Jerome Moss of Los Angeles, CA.

Moss and Shirreffs won the Del Mar Derby in 2008 with Madeo.

Encoder, Prat Win Del Mar Juvenile Turf

Encoder © Benoit Photo

Encoder, the 3-5 favorite owned by Hronis Racing and trained by John Sadler, overhauled a game Billy Batts in the final strides to win the $100,000 Del Mar Juvenile Turf Sunday at Del Mar.

Encoder, a Kentucky-bred son of English Channel who won his career debut impressively August 7, rallied in the stretch under leading rider Flavien Prat, collaring Billy Batts and jockey Drayden Van Dyke in the shadow of the wire to score by a head in 1:35.31 for the mile over the infield Jimmy Durante Turf Course.

Ardenlee Star was a distant third, six and one-half behind Billy Batts, with Commander fourth in the field of five two-year-olds. Scratched were Croughavouke and Hit the Road.

Encoder provided the Hronis brothers, Kosta and Pete, with their seventh stakes success of the Del Mar season; Sadler with his personal best ninth added money victory in a Del Mar season and Prat with his tenth in a stakes this summer. It was the fourth successful collaboration of owner, trainer and rider in a stakes this meeting.

Encoder returned $3.20, $2.40 and $2.10 while earning $60,000 for the triumph. Runner-up Billy Batts paid $2.80 and $2.20, while Ardenlee Star returned $3.20 to show.


FLAVIEN PRAT (Encoder, winner) – “Across the line, I knew I’d won. But (coming down the stretch) I didn’t think I was going to get there. I had a perfect trip and it turned out right.”

DRAYDEN VAN DYKE (Billy Batts, second) – “We slowed it down as much as we could. Almost….”

FLORENT GEROUX (Ardenlee Star, third) – (On his horse’s slow break) “He’s a European (making his first U.S. start after a pair of outings earlier this year in England). It’s not unusual for those horses to be away slowly over here. He ran well. The two in front of us at the end were superior.”

JOHN SADLER (Encoder, winner) – “I thought it was a very good race for him. He just put his head down and was determined. I don’t think there’ll be any problem for him with more distance. Pace in front is always going to help him because he relaxes so nicely. He’s not speedy but he has a nice turn of foot. First and second starts so we don’t know much about him but he’s definitely a nice colt headed the right way.”


FRACTIONS:  :23.53  :47.86  1:11.75  1:23.53  1:35.31

The stakes win was the 10th of the meet (most by any rider), but first in the Del Mar Juvenile Turf for rider Prat. He now has 43 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The stakes win was the ninth of the meet and second (Daddy D T, 2014) in the Del Mar Juvenile Turf for trainer Sadler. He now has 76 stakes wins at Del Mar, third most all time.

The winning owners were Hronis Racing, which is the nom de course of Kosta and Pete Hronis of Delano, CA. This is their seventh stakes win of the session.

This was the fourth time at the meet that the trio of Prat-Sadler-Hronis Racing won a stakes together.

Del Mar Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, September 1
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Optional Claiming – $50,000 $45,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $21,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Del Mar Juvenile Turf S. $100,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Claiming – $20,000 $25,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Claiming – $25,000 $35,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $64,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Del Mar Derby $250,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 10 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $32,000 Overnight Overnight



Final Entries

Monday, September 2
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Allowance – $50,000 $36,000
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 3 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 4 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $67,000
Race 5 Claiming – $16,000 $21,000
Race 6 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf S. $100,000
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Runhappy Del Mar Futurity $300,000
Race 10 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000

Bast, Baffert Win Grade I Del Mar Debutante

Bast © Benoit Photo

Baoma Corp.’s Bast, a $500,000 yearling purchase who finished second in a maiden race in her career debut, indicated she could be a force to be reckoned with among two-year-old fillies nationally with an impressive triumph in the Grade I $300,000 Del Mar Debutante Saturday.

With Drayden Van Dyke in the saddle, Bast, second choice at 5-2,  rallied to the lead in upper stretch and went on to score by an eased-up eight and three-quarter lengths in the championship event of the Del Mar season for the division.

Bast, a daughter of Uncle Mo, provided trainer Bob Baffert with his eighth success in the seven-furlong Del Mar Debutante.

Inspiressa, who had defeated Bast in their maiden encounter August 11, went postward the 7-5 favorite under jockey Victor Espinoza. Although unable to cope with Bast’s stretch charge, she held on gamely to be second, a half-length in front of Comical, with Lazy Daisy another head back in fourth place in the field of eight.

Bast returned $7.60, $3.60 and $3 while earning $180,000. Inspiressa paid $3 and $2.60, while Comical returned $6.80 to show.  Time for the seven furlongs on the main track was 1:23.73. Baoma Corp. is the nom de course of Charles Chu of North Andover, Mass.


DRAYDEN VAN DYKE  (Bast, winner) – “I had a ton of horse all the way. She broke good and when they all rushed up there, I just took a hold and sat back. She was focused today. The addition of those blinkers helped. Good horsemanship by Bob (trainer Baffert). She was cruising at the end. Very impressive.”

VICTOR ESPINOZA (Inspiressa, second) – “Maybe her last race (Straight Maiden win on August 11) was too close. She ran great today. She’s a good one. You just watch and see.”

NORBERTO ARROYO, JR. (Comical, third) – “She gave it a good try. But her game will be two turns.”

BOB BAFFERT (Bast, winner) – “She needed the blinkers the first time, but I wanted to get a race in her before the Debutante. She came back after that race and worked so well I knew she was ready to go. The blinker is really minimal. We’ll definitely look at the (Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies) and races like that down the road.”


FRACTIONS:  :22.55  :44.88  1:10.57  1:23.73

The stakes win was the fourth of the meet, but first in the Debutante for rider Van Dyke. He now has 29 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The stakes win was the fourth of the meet, but the eighth in the Debutante by trainer Baffert. He now has 132 stakes wins at Del Mar, far and away the most by any trainer.

The winning owner is Baoma Corp, which is the nom de course for Charles Chu of N. Andover, MA.

Del Mar Daily Results and Activity

Results

Saturday, August 31
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $40,000 $42,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $64,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Waiver Claiming – $25,000 $25,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $21,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 John C. Mabee S. $200,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Del Mar Debutante S. $300,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 10 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Monday, September 2 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Allowance – $50,000 $36,000
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 3 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 4 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $67,000
Race 5 Claiming – $16,000 $21,000
Race 6 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf S. $100,000
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Runhappy Del Mar Futurity $300,000
Race 10 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000

Final Entries

Sunday, September 1
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Optional Claiming – $50,000 $45,000
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $21,000
Race 3 Del Mar Juvenile Turf S. $100,000
Race 4 Claiming – $20,000 $25,000
Race 5 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 6 Claiming – $25,000 $35,000
Race 7 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $64,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Del Mar Derby $250,000
Race 10 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $32,000

Square Deal Wins I’m Smokin Stakes

Square Deal © Benoit Photo

Square Deal, disqualified from victory as a 13-1 longshot in the Graduation Stakes August 2, gained a measure of redemption Friday with a decisive triumph in the featured $100,000 I’m Smokin Stakes for California-bred two-year-olds.

With leading rider Flavien Prat in the saddle, Square Deal rallied on the far outside turning into the stretch and went on to score by a length and three-quarters in 1:11.72 for the six furlongs on the main track.

Bluegrass Faith, a 20-1 longshot, outfinished Tap Back for runner-up honors by three-quarters of a length with Pas de Panique checking in fourth in the field of eight runners.  Phantom Boss, the 8-5 favorite, was seventh after breaking slowly. Withdrawn from the race were Riding With Dino, El Tigre Terrible and Big Returns.

Square Deal, a son of Square Eddie owned by Arnold Zetcher and Qatar Racing and trained by Simon Callaghan, was a solid second choice at 2-1 and paid $6.40, $4.20 and $2.80 while earning first money of $60,000 with his initial official win in four starts.

Bluegrass Faith paid $12.60 and $6, while Tap Back returned $3.80 to show.

There were no perfect tickets in Friday’s Pick Six. Thus, Saturday’s program will have a Pick Six carryover of $92,872. Post time for the first of ten races will be 2 p.m.


FLAVIEN PRAT (Square Deal, winner) – “The draw (outside Post 11) worked well for us. He liked it out there. When we got to the stretch, he went well. A good win.”

DRAYDEN VAN DYKE (Bluegrass Faith, second) – “Good trip for us. He was a very game second.”

VICTOR ESPINOZA (Tap Back, third) – “We tried. Just not good enough today.”

SIMON CALLAGHAN (Square Deal, winner) – “With the speed horses down on the inside it worked out just about as we expected it would. It is a bit of compensation (for DQ 1st to 3rd in the Graduation). We got a split when, of course, we wanted a sweep. This is a nice horse and we think Mr. (Arnold) Zetcher and Quatar Racing will have some fun with him.”


FRACTIONS:  :21.99  :45.41  :58.10  1:11.72

The stakes win was the eighth (and most by any rider) at the session, but first in the I’m Smokin for rider Prat. He now has 41 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The stakes win was the second of the meet, but first in the I’m Smokin, for trainer Callaghan. He now has 11 stakes wins at Del Mar.

The winning owners are Arnold Zetcher of Century City, CA and Qatar Racing Limited, which is the nom de course for David Redvers of Suffolk, England.

Del Mar Daily Results and Activity

Results

Friday, August 30
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $40,000 $32,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $32,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Allowance Optional Claiming – $20,000 $64,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $67,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 I’m Smokin S. $100,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Maiden Claiming – $32,000 $23,000 Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Sunday, September 1 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Optional Claiming – $50,000 $45,000
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $21,000
Race 3 Del Mar Juvenile Turf S. $100,000
Race 4 Claiming – $20,000 $25,000
Race 5 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 6 Claiming – $25,000 $35,000
Race 7 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $64,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Del Mar Derby $250,000
Race 10 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $32,000
Monday, September 2 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Allowance – $50,000 $36,000
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 3 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 4 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $67,000
Race 5 Claiming – $16,000 $21,000
Race 6 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf S. $100,000
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Runhappy Del Mar Futurity $300,000
Race 10 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000

Final Entries

Saturday, August 31
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $40,000 $42,000
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 3 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $64,000
Race 4 Claiming – $25,000 $25,000
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $80,000 $64,000
Race 6 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $21,000
Race 7 John C. Mabee S. $200,000
Race 8 Maiden Special Weight $61,000
Race 9 Del Mar Debutante S. $300,000
Race 10 Maiden Special Weight $61,000