Glen Todds,, Railbird notes.

I’m off to Lexington, Kentucky today to hopefully purchase some yearlings. If anyone wants me to look at anything while I’m there just drop me an email at glen@nathc.ca and I would be only to glad to have a look for you.

This will be the last Newsletter until I return late next week.

I would like to thank all of the purchasers of our consignment in the CTHS Yearling Sale on Tuesday and wish you all the luck and we hope you win many races with them,



Glen Todds,, Railbird notes. The Railbird Notes are Opinions of Mine






its pretty quiet today on the racing front unless you spent the day at Thunderbird Park mostly in the rain looking at many of the fine yearling being offered in this years sale.  The rain I think kept away a number of lookers but those that did show-up appeared keen and eager to buy.


We haven’t had a contest for awhile so lets try one for Dinner for 4 at Derby Bar and Grill if you can guess the sale topper.  To enter just send us an email to glen@nathc.ca and just give us your guess by HIP #.   your name and email address so we can contact you on how to collect your prize if you guess correctly.  Entry’s close at 2:00pm, Tuesday, September 11th.  Winners will be announced in tomorrows newsletter.

There is only 10 days of live racing left at Hastings Racecourse, where did time go and the season seemed to go by so quickly.

Just awaiting the new conditions for waiver claiming races for the last 10 days of the meet.  We will publish the new condition sheets the minute we receive them from the racing office for both Saturday and Sunday.

Keeneland News on Day One of book one which goes thru till Thursday.Book 2 kicks off on Saturday morning at 10:00am

Monday’s Opening Session of Keeneland September Yearling Sale

The highly anticipated first crop of yearlings by 2015 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year American Pharoah, who won the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) at Keeneland to close his career, and the participation of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s Godolphin highlighted Monday’s opening session of the 2018 Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Godolphin paid $2.2 million for a colt by American Pharoah to top the session and record the highest price for a Thoroughbred sold at public auction in North America to date this year.

On Monday, Keeneland sold 138 yearlings, including five that fetched more than $1 million each, for gross sales of $48,620,000. The average was $352,319, and the median was $260,000. Monday marked the first of four sessions of the premier Book 1, which runs through Thursday and has 989 elite yearlings cataloged. Last year, Book 1 covered a single session with 167 yearlings in the catalog.

“It was a strong session with competitive bidding at the top,” Keeneland Vice President of Racing and Sales Bob Elliston said. “It is hard to do comparisons to last year because of the format change this year. Last year on the first day we had 167 horses (cataloged) in Book 1 and then three days of Book 2. This year, we have four days of a blended Books 1 and 2. If you try to do some comparisons, look at the numbers after four days. Every one of those indicators was dynamite. We are very encouraged that the sale started off like we wanted it to.”

American Pharoah led all sires on Monday with 12 yearlings selling for $6.335 million.

Godolphin was the session’s leading buyer, spending $7.28 million on 11 yearlings. In addition to the sale-topping American Pharoah colt, Godolphin’s purchases included a $1.3 million Medaglia d’Oro colt who is the first foal out of Grade 2 winner Moulin de Mougin consigned by Lane’s End, agent; $875,000 for a colt by Into Mischief from the family of Triple Crown winner Affirmed consigned by St. George Sales, agent; and $800,000 for a colt by Medaglia d’Oro out of multiple Grade 2 winner Hungry Island consigned by Gainesway, agent.

Darley America President and Racing Manager Jimmy Bell said Sheikh Mohammed’s appearance at Keeneland and his nearby Godolphin breeding operation after several years had thrilled many people.

“As you know he’s a very busy man, and everybody – obviously the staff of the farm – is so excited for him to come over here and have the opportunity to go through the farm and see the yearlings,” Bell said. “He just enjoys the horses so much, and he loves the sales. He is here with his wife and children. He is having a great stay, and we are delighted he is here. It makes it exciting for everybody.”

“It is an honor for us when Sheikh Mohammed is able to clear his schedule and come here,” Elliston said. “It has been about 10 years since he was last here. He has been such a huge supporter of Keeneland and the September Sale. To see him on the grounds and participate the way he did today is very rewarding for all of us here at Keeneland.”

Monday’s high seller, a son of the stakes-winning Indian Charlie mare Kindle, was consigned by Peter O’Callaghan’s Woods Edge Farm, agent.

“He was a really special horse,” O’Callaghan said. “He’s probably the best yearling we’ve ever had, so I hope (his success) proves to be the case on the race track. Just very grateful for Sheikh Mohammed to come here and buy him. When (Sheikh Mohammed) saw (this colt) today, his eyes lit up. I just had a feeling he was going to try hard to buy him.”

In the name of Cavalier Bloodstock, O’Callaghan purchased the colt as a weanling for $400,000 at the 2017 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.

“It was the most I’d ever paid for a foal,” O’Callaghan said. “He was exceptional the day we bought him, and he just continued to get better and better. He was a tenacious physical specimen, but his temperament and his demeanor (were) almost as big.”

Session Topper Hip 91

Larry Best’s OXO Equine purchased a son of Curlin who is the first foal out of Grade 1 winner Molly Morgan, by Ghostzapper, for $1.8 million. The colt was consigned by Summerfield, agent for Stonestreet Bred & Raised.

“It’s a good pedigree; I think it’s flawless,” Best said. “Now the big question is can he run? I don’t have a Curlin. I’ve always wanted to find a quality Curlin, and now I’ve found one.”

Sold to Don Alberto Corporation for $1.4 million, the session’s top-priced filly is a daughter of Tapit who is a half-sister to Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (G1) winner and sire Liam’s Map and Grade 3 winner Not This Time. She was consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.

The filly, out of the Grade 3-winning Trippi mare Miss Macy Sue, was bred by Albaugh Family Stables, which sold Liam’s Map at the 2012 September Sale for $800,000 and campaigned Not This Time.

“We want to buy a lot of colts at this sale, so we decided to sell her,” Albaugh General Manager Jason Loutsch said. “It was a tough decision. We’re happy that she’s going to a great home, and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s a great family and that mare has done so much for us and we couldn’t be more thankful.”

“She is one of the best fillies we have ever raised,” Taylor Made President and CEO Duncan Taylor said. “It may look like a lot of money, but with that pedigree she could produce million-dollar yearlings every year. I think the buyers made a great buy.”

The half-brother by leading sire Tapit to Horse of the Year and 2014 Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness (G1) winner California Chrome sold for $1.1 million to Coolmore’s M.V. Magnier. Bedouin Bloodstock, agent, consigned the son of the Not For Love mare Love the Chase.

“He’s a very nice horse,” Magnier said. “The mare is a good producer and he’s a brother to a very good horse. He’s going to stay here and go to (trainer) Todd Pletcher. Let’s hope he’s good. He’s by a good sire, obviously, in Tapit, and if he’s anything the way (Coolmore’s) Cupid turned out (to be a Grade 1-winning millionaire), he (will be) quite remarkable.”

“I am delighted with the buyer – it is always great when a horse is under their management,” said Tom Ryan of breeder SF Bloodstock. “This was a superstar colt from Day One, and that was reflected in the price. The market seems to be holding up very well and it is great to have Coolmore and Godolphin on the grounds today with a lot of domestic buying going on as well.”

Taylor Made Sales Agency was Monday’s leading consignor with 25 horses sold for $9.55 million.

Every horse sold during this year’s 13-session September Sale is eligible to earn cash rewards through Keeneland’s September Sale Seller Bonus Program introduced in 2017.

The program offers cash rewards to sellers (owners at the time of sale) of horses sold at the September Sale that win Grade/Group 1, 2 or 3 stakes as a 2- or 3-year-old. Sellers receive cash rewards for yearlings that were sold at the September Sale based on the following criteria: $10,000 Seller Bonus value for your first Grade/Group 1 stakes win; $7,500 for your first Grade/Group 2 win; and $5,000 for your first Grade/Group 3 victory.

A graduate is eligible for a Seller Bonus based on its highest level of graded stakes win. Should a graduate step up and win another race at a higher grade during its 2- or 3-year-old campaign, the Seller will receive the difference in value between the previous grade and the higher grade, with a maximum lifetime payout of $10,000 available per horse. For more information, please visit September.Keeneland.com.

The September Sale continues through Sunday, Sept. 23, with the second of four Book 1 sessions starting tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET. The Wednesday and Thursday sessions also will begin at 1 p.m.

The entire sale is streamed live at Keeneland.com.

Click here for a video of Hip 91, a $2.2 million American Pharoah-Kindle colt
Click here for a video of Hip 211, a $1.8 million Curlin-Molly Morgan colt
Click here for a video of Hip 203, a $1.4 million Tapit-Miss Macy Sue filly
Click here for a video of Hip 218, a $1.3 million Medaglia d’Oro-Moulin de Mougin colt
Click here for a video of Hip 141, a $1.1 million Tapit-Love the Chase colt


Head Sold Total Average Median
138 $48,620,000 $352,319 $260,000


Head Sold Total Average Median
138 $48,620,000 $352,319 $260,000


Name Horses Average Gross
Godolphin 9 $768,889 $6,920,000
Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 6 $548,333 $3,290,000
Oxo Equine LLC 1 $1,800,000 $1,800,000
M. V. Magnier 2 $837,500 $1,675,000
Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC 4 $390,000 $1,560,000


Name Horses Average Gross
Taylor Made Sales Agency 25 $382,000 $9,550,000
Gainesway 10 $501,000 $5,010,000
Lanes End Farm 5 $670,000 $3,350,000
Eaton Sales 7 $366,429 $2,565,000


Hip Sex Sire Dam Consignor Buyer Price
91 Colt American Pharoah Kindle Woods Edge Farm (Peter O’Callaghan), Agent Godolphin $2,200,000
211 Colt Curlin Molly Morgan Summerfield (Francis & Barbara Vanlangendonck), Agent Oxo Equine LLC $1,800,000
203 Filly Tapit Miss Macy Sue Taylor Made Sales Agency, Agenct CLIX Don Alberto Corporation $1,400,000
218 Colt Medaglia d’Oro Moulin de Mougin Lane’s End, Agent Godolphin $1,300,000

Hip Color Sex Sire Dam Purchaser Price
1 B Filly American Pharoah Halljoy (IRE) *RNA (335,000)
2 DB/BR Colt Bernardini Halloween Fun Laura McKinney 55000
3 B Colt Speightstown Halo’s Verse Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC 600000
4 CH Filly Distorted Humor Hangingbyamoment Stacy Leppala 70000
5 DB/BR Filly Speightstown Hard Not to Like *RNA (185,000)
6 B Colt American Pharoah Harmony Lodge Byerley Racing 350000
7 CH Colt Carpe Diem Hasiti *RNA (95,000)
8 B Colt Tapit Havre de Grace Mataichiro Yamamoto 550000
9 B Colt American Pharoah Heart of Paradise *RNA (240,000)
10 CH Filly Speightstown Hearty Laugh Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 450000
11 DB/BR Filly Speightstown Heatherdoesntbluff Mike Ryan, Agent 310000
12 B Colt Honor Code Heir Worthy Centennial Farms 375000
13 B Colt Empire Maker Her Smile *RNA (175,000)
14 B Colt Kitten’s Joy High Chant *RNA (290,000)
15 B Colt Declaration of War High Maintenance (GB) Pleasant Valley Farm 100000
16 B Colt More Than Ready Highway Mary *RNA (200,000)
17 DB/BR Filly Palace Malice Hi Lili *RNA (115,000)
18 DB/BR Filly Honor Code Holiday Fashion Bluewater Sales, Agent for Martin S. Schwartz 275000
19 CH Filly Speightstown Holy Heavens Green Lantern Stables LLC, Patrick Masson, Agent 125000
20 DB/BR Colt War Front Homebound Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds 725000
21 B Filly War Front Homesteading Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds 275000
22 DB/BR Filly Quality Road Hondo’s Way Kim Valerio, Agent 150000
23 B Filly Street Sense Honest Answer *RNA (170,000)
24 B Colt Speightstown Honor Bestowed *RNA (190,000)
25 B Colt Pioneerof the Nile Hooh Why *RNA (585,000)
26 B Colt Into Mischief Hopeoverexperience *RNA (325,000)
27 CH Colt Carpe Diem Hot Spa Ted Sprinkle 170000
28 DB/BR Filly Tonalist Hot Stones L.E.B., Agent for West Point Thourghbreds 110000
29 CH Colt Will Take Charge Humorous Miss Lael Stable 325000
30 DB/BR Colt Medaglia d’Oro Hungry Island Godolphin 800000
31 CH Colt Karakontie (JPN) I Bet Toni Knows Cromwell Bloodstock 100000
32 DB/BR Colt Uncle Mo Ice Mint Mataichiro Yamamoto 100000
33 B Filly Uncle Mo Icon Project *RNA (325,000)
34 CH Colt Ghostzapper Ihavetogo L&N Racing 130000
35 B Colt Kitten’s Joy Imagistic Godolphin Japan 210000
36 DB/BR Colt Honor Code I’m Breathtaking Mike Ryan, Agent 400000
37 DB/BR Filly Ghostzapper I’m Mom’s Favorite Out 0
38 GR/RO Filly Into Mischief I’m So Fancy *RNA (90,000)
39 GR/RO Colt Liam’s Map Indian Legend Pebble Farm 180000
40 B Colt Ghostzapper Indian Princess Albaugh Family Stable, Kempton/Berkelhammer, Agent 325000
41 B Colt Tiznow Indian Rush *RNA (190,000)
42 DB/BR Colt Honor Code Infanta (IRE) Out 0
43 DB/BR Colt Bernardini Inish Glora Scott & Evan Dilworth LLC 275000
44 B Colt Pioneerof the Nile Inny Minnie SF Bloodstock, LLC/Starlight West 950000
45 B Filly Pioneerof the Nile Insearchofadream (IRE) Out 0
46 B Filly Liam’s Map Inspired by Grace *RNA (185,000)
47 B Filly American Pharoah Intelyhente J.S. Company 310000
48 DB/BR Filly Fed Biz Intensify Mike Ryan, Agent 250000
49 CH Filly Ghostzapper Intentional Cry Out 0
50 B Colt Bernardini Intentional Fever Triple Crown 50000
51 GR/RO Colt Honor Code Interest Free China Horse Club/Maverick Racing 250000
52 B Colt Into Mischief Involved Godolphin 170000
53 CH Colt American Pharoah I O Ireland K.K. Eishindo 325000
54 DB/BR Filly Honor Code Island Hop *RNA (60,000)
55 B Colt Uncle Mo Isobel Baillie (GB) *RNA (275,000)
56 B Colt Bernardini Issues *RNA (200,000)
57 B Colt Constitution Ithinkisawapudycat Twin Creeks Racing 400000
58 B Colt Union Rags I Thirtyfive *RNA (45,000)
59 CH Colt Declaration of War It Must Be Magic Out 0
60 GR/RO Colt Liam’s Map It’schemistrybaby Jeffrey Bloom, Agent 100000
61 B Colt Into Mischief It’s True Love Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC 500000
62 B Colt City Zip It Tiz Burry Hill Farm 260000
63 DB/BR Filly American Pharoah Ivanavinalot Phoenix Thoroughbreds 325000
64 CH Filly Candy Ride (ARG) Jacaranda *RNA (225,000)
65 B Colt Tiznow Jazz Flute *RNA (110,000)
66 B Filly American Pharoah Jemima’s Pearl Out 0
67 GR/RO Colt Tapit Jojo Warrior Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 800000
68 B Filly Candy Ride (ARG) Journey On *RNA (160,000)
69 GR/RO Colt American Pharoah Joyful Victory Godolphin 200000
70 B Colt Quality Road Julia Tuttle *RNA (385,000)
71 CH Filly Flatter Julie From Dixie Courtlandt Farm 100000
72 B Colt Tiznow Julie’s Jewelry *RNA (85,000)
73 CH Filly Animal Kingdom Justaroundmidnight(IRE) Chilmark Bloodstock 160000
74 DB/BR Filly Blame Justasprinkle F. Brothers, Agent for Starlight 300000
75 B Colt Quality Road Just Parker D. Wayne Lukas 200000
76 GR/RO Colt Tapit Justwhistledixie *RNA (775,000)
77 B Filly Declaration of War Kaloura (IRE) Bobby Flay Thoroughbreds/James Delahooke, Agent 200000
78 B Colt Tiznow Kateri *RNA (275,000)
79 B Colt Into Mischief Katherine’skadence Godolphin 875000
80 B Colt Super Saver Katori *RNA (145,000)
81 DB/BR Colt Curlin Kauai Katie E 5 Racing/Mike Ryan, Agent 825000
82 DB/BR Colt War Front Keertana Out 0
83 DB/BR Filly Mineshaft Kelly Pond *RNA (45,000)
84 B Colt Quality Road Kenny Lane Fox Hill Farm 190000
85 B Filly Kitten’s Joy Keri Keri *RNA (130,000)
86 B Colt Quality Road Ketel Twist Ben Glass, Agent 350000
87 CH Colt American Pharoah Khancord Kid Cromwell Bloodstock 500000
88 B Colt American Pharoah Kibosh *RNA (185,000)
89 DB/BR Colt Flatter Kids Kooler F. Brothers, Agent for Starlight 200000
90 B Colt Hard Spun Kimallosa Out 0
91 CH Colt American Pharoah Kindle Godolphin 2200000
92 CH Colt Carpe Diem Kissed by a Star Centennial Farms 250000
93 DB/BR Colt Honor Code Kiss the Devil Calumet Farm 250000
94 B Colt Liam’s Map Kittery Point *RNA (185,000)
95 B Colt Union Rags Kitty Wine Out 0
96 DB/BR Filly More Than Ready Knit One Purr Too Hades Bloodstock, LLC 150000
97 B Filly Lemon Drop Kid Knysna Phoenix Thoroughbreds 250000
98 B Filly Uncle Mo Kokadrie Out 0
99 B Colt Empire Maker La Cloche *RNA (145,000)
100 DB/BR Filly Shanghai Bobby Lady Dynasty *RNA (95,000)
101 B Filly Pioneerof the Nile Lady June Bug *RNA (170,000)
102 B Colt Empire Maker Lady Lumberjack *RNA (245,000)
103 CH Colt Candy Ride (ARG) Lady Marta *RNA (200,000)
104 DB/BR Colt More Than Ready Lady of Substance Thomas Haughey for PTK LLC 150000
105 B Filly Galileo (IRE) Lady Shakespeare *RNA (625,000)
106 DB/BR Colt Ghostzapper Lady Ten *RNA (130,000)
107 CH Filly Kitten’s Joy La Malaguena Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey 30000
108 CH Colt Curlin La Rocca Robert C.Baker and William Mack 375000
109 DB/BR Filly Medaglia d’Oro Last Full Measure Out 0
110 CH Colt Hard Spun Last Kitten Hoby and Layna Kight 135000
111 B Colt Uncle Mo Lauded J. J. Crupi, Agent 650000
112 GR/RO Colt Medaglia d’Oro Laughing Lashes Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds 450000
113 GR/RO Colt Uncle Mo Lavender Baby Michael McCarthy 250000
114 DB/BR Colt Pioneerof the Nile Lawn Party Solis/Litt 150000
115 DB/BR Colt American Pharoah Layreebelle Out 0
116 DB/BR Colt Pioneerof the Nile Leah’s Secret Out 0
117 B Filly Declaration of War Legendary Peace Clancy Bloodstock 170000
118 GR/RO Colt Honor Code Lemon Liqueur Lynwood Stable 125000
119 B Colt Uncle Mo Leslie’s Harmony Out 0
120 B Colt Medaglia d’Oro Leslie’s Lady *RNA (60,000)
121 B Colt Speightstown Letgomyecho L&N Racing 100000
122 B Colt War Front Let’s Misbehave (IRE) Out 0
123 B Colt Blame Lifeinthefastlane *RNA (290,000)
124 B Filly Super Saver Life Well Lived Out 0
125 DB/BR Colt Tonalist Lightning Lydia Triple Crown 20000
126 DB/BR Filly American Pharoah Light the City *RNA (525,000)
127 DB/BR Colt Distorted Humor Like It Hot *RNA (150,000)
128 B Filly More Than Ready Lilbourne Eliza (IRE) Field Point Associates 250000
129 GR/RO Colt Tapit Lindsay’s Way Out 0
130 DB/BR Filly Pioneerof the Nile Lisa T. Tommy Town Thoroughbreds 185000
131 B Filly Empire Maker Lochinvar’s Gold Hugo Merry Bloodstock 425000
132 DB/BR Filly Carpe Diem London Mist *RNA (85,000)
133 DB/BR Colt Bodemeister Looking *RNA (45,000)
134 CH Filly Candy Ride (ARG) Lophorina (GB) *RNA (120,000)
135 GR/RO Colt Tapit Lotta Kim *RNA (375,000)
136 B Colt Quality Road Lough Derg Cromwell Bloodstock 625000
137 CH Colt Will Take Charge Louisiana Times Sippican Partners 410000
138 DB/BR Filly Pioneerof the Nile Love and Pride *RNA (475,000)
139 CH Colt Ghostzapper Lovely Daughter Out 0
140 CH Filly Tapit Love Me Only (IRE) Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 800000
141 GR/RO Colt Tapit Love the Chase M. V. Magnier 1100000
142 B Colt Empire Maker Lucas Street *RNA (295,000)
143 B Filly Tapit Lucky Number New River Equine 900000
144 CH Colt Curlin Luna Vega Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 450000
145 DB/BR Colt Lea Madame Pele Jim & Susan Hill 255000
146 B Colt Munnings Madeira Park Thomas Haughey for PTK LLC 220000
147 DB/BR Colt Tonalist Magestic Stinger Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC 275000
148 DB/BR Filly Pioneerof the Nile Maggie d’Oro *RNA (290,000)
149 DB/BR Filly Bernardini Maggie McGowan Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 600000
150 CH Colt Kitten’s Joy Magicalcarpetride *RNA (140,000)
151 DB/BR Colt Curlin Magically Hoby and Layna Kight 100000
152 DB/BR Filly Empire Maker Magical Mood (GB) Out 0
153 B Colt Declaration of War Magical Victory Phoenix Thoroughbreds 95000
154 B Colt Mucho Macho Man Mahaica Gap *RNA (180,000)
155 CH Colt Malibu Moon Maid of Heaven *RNA (45,000)
156 B Filly Tapit Majestically *RNA (385,000)
157 B Filly Cairo Prince Majestic Rosette *RNA (150,000)
158 GR/RO Colt Awesome Again Malibu Breeze Out 0
159 B Colt Hard Spun Malibu Mint Omega Farm, Agent 75000
160 B Colt Temple City Malibu Pier Shadwell Estate Company, Ltd. 190000
161 B Colt Violence Malibu Queen Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC 185000
162 DB/BR Colt Orb Mama Maxine *RNA (190,000)
163 DB/BR Filly Empire Maker Mamma Kimbo Mayberry Farm 700000
164 CH Colt Karakontie (JPN) Manaahil *RNA (130,000)
165 DB/BR Filly Carpe Diem Mane Princess Katsumi Yoshizawa 260000
166 B Colt Honor Code Maria Maria Courtlandt Farm 200000
167 B Filly American Pharoah Mariel N Kathy Green Lantern Stables LLC, Patrick Masson, Agent 300000
168 B Colt Curlin Marion Ravenwood John S.Holmes 375000
169 B Colt Into Mischief Marquet Rent Town and Country Racing LLC & Gary S. Broad 210000
170 DB/BR Colt Quality Road Mary Delaney Crupi’s New Castle/J. J. Crupi, Agent 400000
171 B Colt American Pharoah Mary’s Follies Out 0
172 GR/RO Colt Malibu Moon Maxie Ford Rodolfo G. Mendoza 200000
173 B Colt Empire Maker Maximova Out 0
174 B Filly American Pharoah Maybellene L.E.B., Agent for West Point Thbrds & Chris Larsen 375000
175 B Colt Noble Mission (GB) Mayoress (GB) *RNA (50,000)
176 B Filly Into Mischief Meadow Breeze Weber Way Stable 160000
177 CH Filly Lemon Drop Kid Mecanique *RNA (45,000)
178 DB/BR Filly Tiznow Media Madness *RNA (225,000)
179 DB/BR Colt American Pharoah Meerkat Miss Beth Bowman Harper 475000
180 CH Colt Curlin Mekong Delta Out 0
181 DB/BR Colt Malibu Moon Melancholy Ewing Bloodstock 15000
182 CH Colt Giant’s Causeway Melody Maiden Godolphin Japan 150000
183 B Colt Street Sense Melrose Woods Out 0
184 DB/BR Colt Ghostzapper Memento d’Oro F. Brothers, Agent for Starlight 240000
185 CH Colt Kitten’s Joy Menifeeque Godolphin 600000
186 DB/BR Filly Violence Merry Chip Us Tommy Town Thoroughbreds 150000
187 DB/BR Filly Tonalist Midnight Dream *RNA (95,000)
188 B Colt Hard Spun Midnight Kiss (NZ) Whitehorse Stables & Bridlewood Farm 260000
189 DB/BR Filly Uncle Mo Midnight Visit Out 0
190 GR/RO Filly Tapit Mighty Caroline Whisper Hill Farm LLC 500000
191 GR/RO Colt American Pharoah Mighty Renee *RNA (190,000)
192 DB/BR Filly Pioneerof the Nile Milania *RNA (90,000)
193 DB/BR Colt Uncle Mo Mims Eppi Out 0
194 B Colt Pioneerof the Nile Mini Chat Out 0
195 B Colt Pioneerof the Nile Mining My Own John C. Oxley 775000
196 GR/RO Filly Bernardini Minnelli *RNA (22,000)
197 B Filly Commissioner Miss Attractive Todd Pletcher, Agent 140000
198 B Filly Constitution Miss Catalyst Layna Kight 60000
199 B Colt Hard Spun Miss Centerfold SF Bloodstock, LLC/Starlight West 200000
200 DB/BR Filly Honor Code Miss Challenge Out 0
201 DB/BR Filly Medaglia d’Oro Miss Empire Godolphin 475000
202 GR/RO Colt Liam’s Map Miss Houdini Steven W. Young, Agent 225000
203 GR/RO Filly Tapit Miss Macy Sue Don Alberto Corporation 1400000
204 GR/RO Filly Tapit Miss Shop *RNA (625,000)
205 DB/BR Filly Malibu Moon Miss Simpatia (ARG) *RNA (120,000)
206 CH Colt Will Take Charge Miss Singhsix (IRE) Crupi 18/J. J. Crupi, Agent 75000
207 B Colt Pioneerof the Nile Misty Rosette Crupi’s New Castle/J. J. Crupi, Agent 300000
208 GR/RO Colt American Pharoah Mo Chuisle *RNA (240,000)
209 DB/BR Colt Uncle Mo Modification Hoby and Layna Kight 350000
210 B Filly American Pharoah Mohini (IRE) Tony Lacy, Agent for Heider Family Stables 675000
211 B Colt Curlin Molly Morgan Oxo Equine LLC 1800000
212 B Filly Honor Code Moonlight Sonata Rosedown Racing 100000
213 B Filly Uncle Mo Moon Safari Hoby and Layna Kight 150000
214 B Colt Empire Maker More Chocolate Albaugh Family Stable, Kempton/Berkelhammer, Agent 650000
215 B Filly Medaglia d’Oro More Complexity Courtlandt Farm 510000
216 CH Colt Malibu Moon More Than a Cruise *RNA (95,000)
217 DB/BR Colt Temple City More Than Pretty Crupi’s New Castle/J. J. Crupi, Agent 300000
218 B Colt Medaglia d’Oro Moulin de Mougin Godolphin 1300000
219 DB/BR Filly Cairo Prince Move Clickly *RNA (200,000)
220 B Filly War Front Moyne Abbey Godolphin 300000
221 B Colt Liam’s Map Mr Hall’s Opus Out 0
222 B Colt Creative Cause Ms. Cornstalk Robert C.Baker and William Mack 235000
223 B Colt Ghostzapper Much Obliged *RNA (145,000)
224 CH Colt Noble Mission (GB) Mulligatawny Triple Crown 95000
225 GR/RO Filly Tapit Mushka Out 0
226 B Filly Tapit My Conquestadory Out 0
227 DB/BR Filly Uncle Mo My Fast One Carlo Vaccarezza 410000
228 GR/RO Filly American Pharoah My Happy Face Clay Scherer, Agent 300000
229 CH Colt More Than Ready My Lady Lauren *RNA (100,000)
230 DB/BR Filly Malibu Moon My Limit *RNA (240,000)
231 DB/BR Filly Medaglia d’Oro My Miss Aurelia Out 0
232 DB/BR Filly Medaglia d’Oro Mystery Strike Out 0
233 B Colt Quality Road My Sugar Bear Mike Ryan, Agent 500000
234 DB/BR Colt Candy Ride (ARG) My Super Nova Scott & Evan Dilworth LLC 90000
235 DB/BR Colt Pioneerof the Nile Mythical Bride M. V. Magnier 575000
236 DB/BR Colt Bodemeister My Tina Out 0
237 CH Colt Flat Out Nabbed *RNA (32,000)
238 B Filly Empire Maker Namaste’s Wish Thomas Haughey for PTK LLC 425000
239 B Filly Bernardini Native American Capital System Co. Ltd 150000
240 CH Colt Ghostzapper Native Strike Albaugh Family Stable, Kempton/Berkelhammer, Agent 370000
241 DB/BR Colt Medaglia d’Oro Nebraska Cavalier Bloodstock 20000
242 B Filly Will Take Charge Nefertiti Carlo Vaccarezza 100000
243 B Colt Honor Code Nereid Calumet Farm 375000
244 B Colt American Pharoah New Wave *RNA (120,000)
245 B Colt Empire Maker Nicole H Crupi’s New Castle/J. J. Crupi, Agent 150000
246 DB/BR Colt Honor Code Night and Day Out 0
247 B Colt Tiznow Nila Out 0
248 DB/BR Colt Empire Maker Nina Fever Crupi’s New Castle/J. J. Crupi, Agent 300000






Glen Todds,, Railbird notes. The Railbird Notes are Opinions of Mine

Watch for a number of changes to the race conditions starting on Wednesday for Saturday’s races and all claiming races until the end of the meet.

The horsemen’s associations and track management in an effort to hold on to horses and attempt to stop people from claiming horses and never returning to Hastings to race.

The exact conditions and will be available in the race office hopefully today or tomorrow which will give owners the option to protect their horses from being claimed at all claiming levels till the end of this meet .

Last year 28 horses were claimed at Hastings after Derby Day and 18 of those never returned to Hastings in 2018 but are running elsewhere.


The racing associations are also have asked the racing office to write some maiden 2 year old races for claiming price of $8000 and will be offering Maiden 2 year old $8000 claiming races early next season for owners who have horses that are not able to compete at the higher 2 year old levels next year.


We hope to see a large turnout for today’s stars of the future at the CTHS Parade of Yearlings at 3:00pm today. Hope to see you all there.

The sale gets underway tomorrow at 3:00pm


Glen Todds,, Railbird notes. The Railbird Notes are Opinions of Mine


The BC Cup weekend of horse racing leads off tonight with a seven race card with the first post at 7:50pm

Monday is BC Day and the annual BC Cup event that has nine races including 6 stakes races on the card getting underway at 1:50pm.

At the bottom of today’s newsletter is the history of each of the stakes races on Monday.

Monday of BC Cup usually has the CTHS Sale Catalogs available too and I look forward to seeing the catalog and start browsing through it.



Glen Todds,, Railbird notes. The Railbird Notes are Opinions of Mine


Hard to believe but its BC Cup Day already as we move into August and day 31 of the current 52 Live Day season at Hastings Racecourse.

Monday will have 7 Stakes races that include the BC Cup Marathon and 2 Maiden Special Weight races for 3 yr olds & up that have the last of the Owner – Breeder Bonus.  The last for 3 yr old & up that is as all of the MSW 2 year old races have the Bonus all season.

My opinion is that at least 4 of the$50,000 Stake races will be won by BC Breds.

Nominations are the highest in recent history with 99 horses being nominated.

The total payout of purses could be as high as $540,000.00 over the 9 races to be run.

BC Breds that win any of the stakes races except the BC Cup Marathon carry an $25,000 bonus to the winner if won by a BC Bred.  Also the two MSW races have the $10,000 Owner – Breeder bonus clause as well.

The total purse money is $370,000 and the total bonus amount available to BC Breds is $170,000.

It should be a great day of horse racing and would I would believe the total handle for the day will be well over a million dollars and I think it will be the largest day in many years.

Entry day is Wednesday morning and the entries should be out in the early afternoon.


The new Wintering Incentive Program carries a total of $4000.00 for horses who’s last start is for $6250.00 or less.


BC NURSERY 2 YR OLDS  $    50,000 16  $      25,000
BC Debutante 2 YR FILLIES  $    50,000 15  $      25,000
DERBY TRIAL 3 YR OLDS  $    50,000 18  $      25,000
HONG KONG JOCK 3 YR FILLIES  $    50,000 8  $      25,000
BC CUP CLASSIC 3 & UP  $    50,000 12  $      25,000
BC CUP DISTAFF 3 & UP F&M  $    50,000 7  $      25,000
BC CUP MARATHON 3 & UP  $    20,000 23
MSW 3 & UP  $    25,000 0  $      10,000
MSW 3 & UP F&M  $    25,000 0  $      10,000
TOTALS    $ 370,000 99  $    170,000


Glen Todds,, Railbird notes. The Railbird Notes are Opinions of Mine

We will reach the half way mark of the 2018 Live Racing season at Hastings  this coming Sunday.

Here are our stats after 24 days of the 52 day season.

In total we have run 152 overnight races and 12 stakes races.  The overnight payouts including wintering funds is $2,698,149.00 or an average of $17,751.00 per race.  The total includes $225,617.00 to BC Bred Bonus, $11,033.00 to 9-12 finishers and $200,000 in incentives programs.

The average daily payout of overnight races is $113,836.00 and the total average payout per day including stakes races is $129,090.00.

The 12 stake races so far have paid out a total of $600,000.00. The breakdown of that number is $406,050.00 from the total purse pool, $20,000 from sponsors and $173,950 from nomination fees.


The fresh horse program which by the way has been extended until September 5th has paid out a total of $41,000.00 so far to sixteen owners.


The MSW Program has paid out a total of $45,000 to date.  The program pays a total of $10,000 to the winner of a BC Bred in MSW races.  The owner and breeder split the $10,000 with each receiving $5000.00.  The purse pool pays $7500.00 and Breeders BAP Program pays $2500.00.

So far a total of five  3 year olds and up winners have received the bonus.  The last 3 year old and up MSW race will be offered on BC Cup Day.  The balance of the season will be Opt/$50,000 Maiden Races for 3 yr & up without the bonus.

Only one 2 year old so far has won a MSW race but the program covers all MSW races for 2 year old BC Breds for the entire 2018 season at Hastings.


The total of 164 races to date has had 1140 starters for an average of 6.95 horses per race which I think is remarkable considering we have had only 392 actual horses start.  That average is about on par for 2018 compared to 2017.


The most notable change so far for 2019 is the wintering incentive program for horses that make their last start at Hastings in 2018 and don’t race else where over the winter and  who have started for a claiming price of $6250.00 or less in their last start of 2018. The Wintering Incentive Program has been increased to $4000.00.  The payout out will be $2000.00 on their first start and $1000 for each of the 2nd and 3rd starts.  Horse will only be eligible who race the entire 2019 racing season at Hastings Racecourse.









Glen Todd,  Railbird Notes are totally the  Opinions of Mine


The British Columbia Horse Racing Industry Management Committee met on Thursday morning at the offices of BCLC in Vancouver.

The committee had received several complaints about the track condition, the lack of a odds board and the continuing decay of the backstretch buildings and facilities etc etc.

Patrons,  horse owners and trainers had taken to social media sites to expound their frustrations.

If I had a dollar for everyone who questioned me on the Tote Board or lack of,  I would be able to buy a good stake horse.

Several patrons and horsemen implied Hastings is now a Ghetto and other choice words.

When the meeting agenda came out on Tuesday, I noticed several of the management team of GCGC were attending the meeting to discuss these very serious issues.

I then reached out to Chairman Jim Lightbody and asked if I could invite the Presidents of our Associations to attend as well.  On receiving approval I then asked the three presidents if they would like to attend along with me to hear GCGC answers.  Of course all three immediately accepted the invitation and rushed together an Executive Summary and an additional letter for me to present to the Committee as well as GCGC. They are attached below for your reading.

My personal opinion was we received some satisfaction on the tote board and it would be replaced very shortly and a few other items but an overall upgrade is not going to happen in the near future if at all or likely not in my lifetime.

David Milburn and I are meeting with Hastings Management and GCGC senior staff members today to do a walk about on the backstretch to point out the unacceptable conditions.

Stay tuned more to come.

Executive Summary 

The license for slots came with an obligation to run a six-month season and insure the stability of racing.

GCGC has failed to meet that commitment as evidenced by the decay and disrepair at Hastings.

The breeding sector has suffered greatly due to GCGC’s lack of interest in racing.

The current absence of a functioning totalizator board at Hastings illustrates GCGC’s lack of commitment.

GCGC did nothing to fix the board at Hastings despite knowing it would not work.

The lack of a functioning tote has done significant damage to the Hastings brand.

GCGC insisted the money come out of a fund created to ameliorate the disrepair at Hastings.

GCGC attempted to extract stall rent at Hastings for the 2010 racing season.

In 2012, GCGC proposed a 29-day season at Hastings.

While their stock price soars, GCGC refuses to invest in racing.

Owners of thoroughbreds annually make an investment in the range of 15-20 million dollars.

Short-term agreements and leases must cease. They mitigate against stability.

The thoroughbred associations have created incentives that have increased horse ownership and breeding. However, it will be difficult to succeed with GCGC as the track operator.

The thoroughbred associations request that the HRIMC assist us in finding a new track operator.


Mr. Glen Todd

Thoroughbred Representative

British Columbia Horse Racing Industry Management Committee

Dear Mr. Todd:

The thoroughbred industry in BC is being damaged by the ongoing neglect of Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (GCGC), operators of Hastings Racecourse. GCGC made certain commitments when they received the gaming license for the Hastings slots. They included running a 6-month racing season in a manner that would assist and promote the well-being of the industry, including the agricultural component that comprises the breeding sector. All aspects of the industry have suffered under GCGC’s “stewardship”, or more accurately, lack thereof.

GCGC’s disinterest is manifested by a refusal to make the investments necessary for maintaining a facility that has fallen into a state of disrepair. It can be seen in the current situation at Hastings vis a vis the totalizator (tote) board. The tote board has not functioned at all this season to the frequently and emphatically expressed dismay of Hastings patrons who consider it an essential source of information

GCGC knew well in advance the board would not be functional. After learning about it shortly before the season began, the thoroughbred associations asked GCGC to fix it. We were advised that it would cost approximately $140,000 and the money would have to come from a fund that had been created to begin to ameliorate the disrepair brought about by years of neglect. After discussion, GCGC agreed to allow $60,000 in manure disposal money, a charge paid by the horsemen themselves, to be repaid to the fund. The other $80,000 that would have gone into repairs must now be diverted to meet GCGC’s obligations.

This is only the latest example of GCGC’s attempt to take every possible edge in relation to other industry stakeholders. In 2010 they attempted to extract stall rent at Hastings during the racing season. The BC Horse Racing Industry Management Committee (HRIMC) stepped in to overrule the introduction of an extra cost that is customarily borne by the track operator.

In 2012, GCGC proposed a 29-day season for Hastings. The original operating agreement with the City of Vancouver was for 71 days. By 2012 that had been reduced to 54 days. However, GCGC stated that in order to run 54 days, the horsemen would have to pay for the other 25. Twenty-nine days would have been impossible economically for the industry. Further, it would have destroyed the jobs racing provides. The frontside union workers would have been hard hit. Backstretch workers, many of them difficult to place in other situations, would have been decimated. Fortunately, the HRIMC stepped in to insist on a 6-month season.

These instances illustrate certain core issues. However, the larger problem is the day-to-day lack of interest, coupled with an unwillingness to make the investments necessary for any undertaking to succeed.

While GCGC stock prices soar, it refuses to provide the resources that would give the industry a chance to flourish. At the same time, thoroughbred owners annually make an investment in the range of 15-20 million dollars. This is spent on workers, veterinarians, farriers and the purchase of horses and feed from the agricultural sector.

For the industry to advance and continue to provide the jobs and economic activity it generates, changes are required. If GCGC is not committed to the industry, as appears to be the case, another operator should be given the opportunity, along with the financial incentives and structures now available to GCGC.

Short-term operating agreements must cease. The industry and its agricultural component, breeding, require long-term stability. It is not possible to plan or invest on a three-year time frame that becomes two and then one year as the agreement moves forward.

The racing associations have created incentives designed to increase horse ownership and breeding. Despite their best efforts, it will be difficult to succeed without a track operator, a partner, who has a vision for the future and a desire to implement that vision.

The Great Canadian Gaming Corporation has made no secret of its view of the thoroughbred industry’ s future. In an article that appeared in the Vancouver Courier on March 9, 2012, the Great Canadian CEO Rod Baker described thoroughbred racing as “sunsetting “. Great Canadian’s corporate policies would appear to be designed to guarantee that this view becomes reality.

Thus, given GCGC’s palpable lack of interest in racing and its refusal to meet its obligation to make reasonable efforts on behalf of the industry, the thoroughbred associations request that the HRIMC assist us in finding an operator who wants to be a part of the thoroughbred industry in this province.

Yours truly,

Grant Watson – President – Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (BC Division)

Ole Nielsen- President – BC Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association

David Milburn- President – Horsemen’ s Benevolent and Protective Association of BC




Goods news for the 2018 Live Season at Hastings Racecourse the stall applications are ahead of 2017.

Trainers are moving in on a daily basis to prepare their horses for opening day on April 21st.

Last years leading trainer its reported has 45 horses,  Craig McPherson has applied for 53 stalls and Craig is currently in Florida preparing a number of his horses in the sunshine  state.

Last year’s leading owner, NATHC has 50 horses plus several still in Phoenix at Turf Paradise that will come north by opening day.

Greg Tracy who is currently racing at Charles Town has applied for 39 stalls and Swift Thoroughbreds and Mark Cloutier have 27 horses each.

All and all the horse population looks good for 2018.


Hastings Racing Secretary, Nichelle Milner is just putting the finishing touches on the 2018 Stake Book and it should be available shortly.


 We should see a number of upgrades around the track as soon as the weather gets a bit brighter.   The track and horsemen’s associations have worked together since last fall and have agreed on a number of upgrade projects and we should start seeing some of them shortly.


We continue to here nothing but positive reports on the track refurbishments that started late last summer and continued over the winter.  It’s been reported even with the few days of heavy rain the track was in excellent condition.  Yesterday the track was even harrowed and not floated.  Now we just have to keep it that way?







My two daughters Shelley and Dana and I made our annual trip to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl.  We had a great weekend although I didn’t fair to well at gaming end.

Shelley my oldest daughter arrived home and repacked and headed to Lexington, Kentucky today as she now oversees our breeding operation in Kentucky.

We have several mares due to foal in the next week or so and some are mares we raced here at Hastings.  Due soon are Marketway who is in foal to Orb, Mariglianella a full sister to Taylor Said  and she is due  to drop a foal any minute by Lookin at Lucky,  Casinette Dancer is in foal Sky Mesa and is ready to foal as well. We have several others that are due later in the month or early  March.

NATHC also bought several yearlings at the Keeneland Sale and Barrett’s with the intention of entering them all in the CTHS Mixed Sale in September.  We have bought several very good yearlings over the years at Keeneland and we hope these ones that we are offering for resale are good ones too.


Reports from trainers who have already moved in is that track which had new material and leveling etc. over the winter is the best its been in many years. That is good news for horsemen.

The track now opens for training at 7:30am and closes at 11:30am and as it gets lighter in the mornings those times will change.







Please note there was an error in the stakes schedule we posted in yesterday’s newsletter.

The BC Cup Marathon the corrected distance is 11 furlongs or 1 3/8 miles and the purse is $20,000.00 not $25,000 as posted.

Today we have combined both the Hastings and Emerald Downs Schedule.

  • The Washington Oaks and BC Oaks has a $25,000 bonus if one horse is able to win both races.
  • The Muckleshoot Derby and BC Derby has $25,000 bonus if one horse is able to win both races.
  • The Washington Distaff and The Ballerina has a $25,000 bonus if one horse is able to win both races
  • The Longacres Mile and BC Premiers has a $25,000 bonus if one horse is able to win both races.
April 22nd Swift Thoroughbreds Inaugural 3+ 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
April 22nd Brighouse Belles 3+FM 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
May 5th Jim Coleman Province 3 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
May 6th Ross McLeod 3F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
MAY 20TH Seattle Overnight Stake 3F 6F  $         30,000.00 EMD
May 21st Vancouver Sun 3+FM 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
May 21st George Royal 3+ 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
May 27th Auburn Overnight Stake 3 C&G 6F  $         30,000.00 EMD
May 28th Hastings Overnight Stake 3+F&M 6F  $         30,000.00 EMD
June 2nd Emerald Downs 3F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
June 3rd River Rock Casino 3 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
June 3rd Governor’sOvernight Stake 3 + 6F  $         30,000.00 EMD
June 10th Kent Stake 3F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
June 16th Strawberry Morn 3+FM 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
June 16th WA State Legistrators Stake 3 + 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
June 17th John Longden 6000 3 + 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
June 17th Cocoa Cola Stake 3 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
June 24th Budweiser Stake 3+ 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 1st Chris Loseth 3 8.5k  $         50,000.00 HST
July 1st Irish Day Stake 3F 8.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 2nd Supernaturel 3F 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
July 8th Seattle Slew Stakes 3 8.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 14th Monashee 3+FM 8.5k  $         50,000.00 HST
July 15th LT. Governors 3+ 8.5k  $         50,000.00 HST
July 15th Spaghetti Mouse 2 6F  $         50,000.00 HST
July 15th Boeing Stake 3+FM 8.5k  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 15th Angie C Stake 2F 5.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 15th King County Express 2 5.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 15th Mt Rainier Stake 3+ 8.5k  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 22nd Washington Oaks 3F 9F  $         50,000.00 EMD
July 29th Muckleshoot Derby 3 9f  $         50,000.00 EMD
Aug 6th BC Cup Classic 3+ 9F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC Cup Distaff 3+FM 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC Cup Nursery 2 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC Cup Debutante 2F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC Cup Winston Churchill Derby Trial 3 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC Cup Hong Kong Jockey Club 3F 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 6th BC CUP Marathon (BC BRED) 3+ 11F  $         20,000.00 HST
Aug 12th Barbara Shinpoch Stake 2F 6F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Aug 12th WTBOA Lads Stake 2 C&G 6F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Aug 12th Emerald Distaff 3+F&M 9F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Aug 12th Longacres Mile 3+ 8F  $       200,000.00 EMD
Aug 24th CTHS SALES STAKE 2 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 24th CTHS SALES STAKE 2F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 24th CTHS SALES STAKE 3&4yo 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Aug 24th CTHS SALES STAKE 3&4yo FM 8.5F  $         50,000.00 HST
Sept 2nd Wa Cup Juvenile Filly Stake 2F 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 2nd Wa Cup Juvenile C&G Stake 2 6.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 8th Derby 3 9f  $       150,000.00 HST
Sept 8th Oaks 3F 9f  $       100,000.00 HST
Sept 8th SW Randall Plate 3+ 9F  $         50,000.00 HST
Sept 8th Delta Colleen 3+ 9F  $         50,000.00 HST
Sept 8th Jack Diamond (Can Bred) 2 6.5F  $       100,000.00 HST
Sept 8th Sadie Diamond (Can Bred) 2F 6.5F  $       100,000.00 HST
Sept 9th Wa Cup Sophomore Filly Stake 3F 8F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 9th Wa Cup Sophomore Stake 3 8F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 16th Wa Cup Filly & Mare Stake 3+ F&M 8.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 16th Muckleshoot Tribal Classic 3+ 8.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 23rd Gottstein Futurity 2 8.5F  $         50,000.00 EMD
Sept 29th Fantasy 2F 8.5F  $         75,000.00 HST
Sept 30th Ascot 2 8.5F  $         75,000.00 HST
Oct 8th Ballerina 3+FM 9F  $       100,000.00 HST
Oct 8th Premiers 3+ 11F  $       100,000.00 HST

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