HASTINGS EXTRAS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 31ST

CROWD SHOT CANADA DAY 2015 - JACKIE

Extra races July 31

X5 EXTRA RACE NO 5

FILLIES ALLOWANCE PURSE $25,000. FOR FILLIES THREE YEARS OLD. Weight 122 lbs. Non-winners of a Sweepstakes 4 lbs. $12,000 twice 6 lbs. $12,000 once 8 lbs.

ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH

 

X6 EXTRA RACE NO 6 ALLOWANCE

PURSE $25,000. FOR THREE YEAR OLDS. Weight 122 lbs. Non-winners of a Sweepstakes 4 lbs. $12,000 Twice 6 lbs. $12,000 Once 8 lbs.

ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH

 

 X7 EXTRA RACE NO 7 CLAIMING

PURSE $11,000. (PLUS UP TO $2,100 IN PARTICIPATION MONEY)(PLUS UP TO $2,750 FOR BC BREDS) FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD WHICH HAVE NOT WON A RACE SINCE APRIL 16, 2016 OR WHICH HAVE NEVER WON FOUR RACES. Three Year Olds 117 lbs. Older 122 lbs. Non-winners Of A Race At A Mile Or Over Since June 30 2 lbs. Such A Race Since May 31 4 lbs. CLAIMING PRICE $4,000

ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH

 

X8 EXTRA RACE NO 8 CLAIMING

PURSE $14,000. (PLUS UP TO $1,800 IN PARTICIPATION MONEY)(PLUS UP TO $3,500 FOR BC BREDS) FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD. Three Year Olds 117 lbs. Older 122 lbs. Non-winners Of A Race Since June 30 2 lbs. A Race Since May 31 4 lbs. CLAIMING PRICE $16,000, if for $14,000, allowed 3 lbs. (Races Where Entered For $12,500 Or Less Not Considered For Allowances)

SIX AND ONE HALF FURLONGS

 

X9 EXTRA RACE NO 9 FILLIES CLAIMING

PURSE $12,000. (PLUS UP TO $1,800 IN PARTICIPATION MONEY)(PLUS UP TO $3,000 FOR BC BREDS) FOR FILLIES THREE YEARS OLD. Weight 117 lbs. Non-winners Of A Race Since June 30 2 lbs.  A Race Since May 31 4 lbs.  CLAIMING PRICE $8,000, if for $7,000, allowed 3 lbs.  (Races Where Entered For $6,250 Or Less Not Considered For Allowances)

SIX AND ONE HALF FURLONGS

 

X10EXTRA RACE NO 10 MAIDEN CLAIMING

PURSE $11,000. (PLUS UP TO $1,800 IN PARTICIPATION MONEY)(PLUS UP TO $2,750 FOR BC BREDS) FOR MAIDENS, THREE YEARS OLD AND UPWARD. Three Year Olds 117 lbs. Older 122 lbs. CLAIMING PRICE $8,000, if for $7,000, allowed

HANDICAPPERS CORNERS

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Race 1 3 – Burrard Breeze
1 – Crius
2 – Ps Diamond Cutter
1 – Crius
3 – Burrard Breeze
2 – Ps Diamond Cutter
Race 2 1 – Dear Lilly
5 – Holly’s Last Call
3 – Dawselina
1 – Dear Lilly
3 – Dawselina
4 – Susan’s Day
Race 3 3 – Cashspiel
2 – Ziggymeister
1 – Sweet Home
2 – Ziggymiester
3 – Cashspiel
4 – On Camera
Race 4 4 – Rosies Notis
3 – Perfectly Reckless
1 – Distillery
3 – Pefectly Reckless
1 – Distillery
4 – Rosie’s Notis
Race 5 3 – Red Rory
7 -My Eye Candy
2 – Sal
3 – Red Rory
7 – My Eye Candy
2 – Sal
Race 6 2 – Winning Edge
1 – Indy Black
5 – Chestnut’s Gold
1 – Indy Black
5 – Chestnut’s Gold
6 – Hippie
Race 7 5 – Senor Rojo
2 – Venetian Mask
6 – Rebus
5 – Senor Rojo
2 – Venetian Mask
3 – Admiral Jackson
Mike’s Picks Drew’s Picks

HASTINGS WORKOUTS FOR SATURDAY

Saturday, July 23, 2016
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
2 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Ambleside Park :25.40 B 2
Susan’s Day :23.80 B 1
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
3 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Colour of Money :37.60 H 1
Quatre Cat :37.60 H 1
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
4 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Angel’s Victory :49.80 H 5
Bonus Spin :49.40 H 4
Dancin’ All Day :49.80 H 5
Fifer :48.40 H 2
Mardi Gras Mabel :50.40 H 9
Mister Mecate :50.40 H 9
Mrs Sport :48.40 H 2
Rachael Run :47.60 H 1
Shomi a Victory :50.40 H 9
Spirit Wandering :49.80 H 5
Strangely Arousing :49.80 H 5
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
5 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Astartobe 1:03.60 H 21
B C Charlie 1:01.20 H 7
Brother Rod 1:01.40 H 9
Chianti 1:02.60 H 17
Classic Victory 1:01.80 H 13
Coco a Gogo 1:01.80 H 13
Don’t Hold Me Back :58.40 H 1
Halo’s Quest 1:00.20 H 3
Humphrey Lad 1:01.80 H 13
Jockey Style 1:04.40 H 26
Kai’s Alybye 1:02.60 H 17
Lemonade 1:03.80 H 23
Master Ewen 1:02.40 H 16
Mustachio 1:03.80 H 23
Off the Grid 1:01.60 H 10
Oma 1:00.80 H 4
Run Harvey Run 1:01.20 H 7
Salzburg 1:03.80 H 23
Seeking Asylum 1:00.80 H 4
Silvertown 1:02.60 H 17
Square Dancer :59.00 H 2
Such a Bargin 1:03.60 H 21
Tapicero 1:01.60 H 10
Tormenta Negra 1:02.60 H 17
Ware’s My Jennie 1:00.80 H 4
What a Ride 1:01.60 H 10
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
6 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Colonel Kevin 1:15.80 H 1
Sheri Sugar Rush 1:15.80 H 1

New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society

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Adoption Update

Awesome Honey is living up to her name!

After coming to New Stride in October of 2013, we’re pleased to share that Awesome Honey’s new owner, Frank van Veggel, is training this beautiful Thoroughbred to become a polo star and she’s doing really well. While she hasn’t yet been played in a game, Frank has umpired a slow chukka on her to get more and more familiar. She is fully tacked up for polo and quite stoical.

Continuing to train together on a regular basis, Frank is hoping to start her in a full game next season. They are quite the pair – best of luck you two!

Claudia Cojocar & New Stride Special Clinic for Thoroughbred Horses

The clinic was a huge hit! A valuable learning opportunity for both riders and auditors, there was a theory session in the morning and then horses and riders were able to fine tune their skills in the afternoon. It was very informative and interesting for all.

Thank you so much to Claudia for her time and expertise. And to Georgann, for her hard work and use of her facility. Thank you also to everyone who helped organize and play ‘jump crew’!

New Stride Jumper Challenge Series 2016

We held our first class of the New Stride Thoroughbred Jumper Challenge Series at Thunderbird Show Park on July 2, and it was a wonderful day. With 16 candidates, our event drew the largest crowd at the Thunderbird Ring for the week!

A huge congratulations to Uschi, horse from Allbury Farms, who was the day’s big winner, and to all other horses and riders who competed to show how diverse the Thoroughbred breed can be.

And of course we would like to thank our Thunderbird sponsor, Hastings Racecourse.

Stay tuned for our next two classes at Milner Downs Equestrian Center on July 23rd and July 30th!

       

TCA Donation
Happy to share that New Stride has been awarded the Thoroughbred Charities of America Grant for 2016! Thank you to TCA, our foster farms and volunteers for helping us make this happen. All grant money goes directly to care of these wonderful horses.

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Wrap-up For July 22—-Richard Yates

Wrap-up For July 22—-Richard  Yates

The first Friday night card of the year saw some folks have a very good evening. Trainer Philip Hall won three races and Jodie Rawson sent out two winners, both in the Champions Starter Series qualifiers.   Jockey Antonio Reyes had a riding double and owner Praven Sorenson also won two.

The fans bet 116K on track and the all sources handle was in excess of $441,000. Both numbers were well over the totals for the first Friday last year.  No one singled the Sea-To-Sky Pick Six and while it did pay over 3k for a 20 cent ticket, that pales compared to the 67 thousand plus that will be there for the taking on the card for Sunday.

 Crackdown Gets Down

The best horses on the night ran in the second race, an Allowance Optional with the option being a $35,000 claiming price and it went to Crackdown ($7.20) who led all the way to post a length-and-a-quarter win over Uncle Willard in a very fast 1:16.24 for the six-and-a-half furlongs. Cederberg did some closing to be third, but he was a long way behind the first two.

Crackdown went to the lead immediately after the break and never gave it up while turning back a mild challenge from, first, The Odds R Good and then a sustained one from Uncle Willard who got within range of the winner but was not about to catch him. Crackdown got the 6 furlongs in 1:09.56 and covered the last sixteenth of a mile in less than 7 seconds while finishing strongly.

The winner is a Florida bred son of Scat Daddy who started the season in a conditioned $6,250 claimer prior to his ascension to allowance company. He dropped to this spot following a less than stellar performance in the Lieutenant Governor’s on Canada Day.  He is owned by Kay and Sue Ohashi and is trained by Patty Leaney who is having a very good year at Hastings.  It was the third win of the season for Crackdown and the second with jockey Skyler White Shield aboard.

Also Noteworthy:

Trainer Philip Hall won three on the card. He sent out Bridge Baron ($12.00) who he co-owns with Praven Sorenson and Bill Randall to take the opener with Jose Asencio in the irons.

Hall scored with Silent Native ($15.60) in the third for owners Elton and Lorraine Gunther. Elton Gunther bred both the winner and second-place -place finisher Blue Storm Cloud to post a breeder exacta.  Amadeo Perez rode the winner.

Hall completed his three-bagger with  Citron Kid ($13.90) in the fourth, the first of two Champions Starter Series qualifiers for the boys, while giving owner Praven Sorenson his second win on the evening.  Antonio Reyes got the winner home for the first of his two riding wins on the night.

Reyes also took the nightcap, the distaff side of the Champions Starter Series qualifiers, with a solid come from behind win aboard Wild Rose of Texas ($12.20) for owners Section 31 Stables and Matthew Sutherland. Jodie Rawson trains the winner and she is another conditioner who is having an outstanding Hastings season while winning 9 of 20 starts for a 45% strike rate.  It was her second win on the card.

The second of the Champions Starter Series qualifiers for the guys went as the sixth and it was won by Prince Hotel ($7.20) who was winning his fifth in a row while remaining unbeaten in the Series qualifiers.  He is owned by his breeder Barry Tyrer.  It was the first of back-to-back wins for trainer Jodie Rawson and the lone score of the night for leading rider Richard Hamel.

Trainer John Snow moved back into a tie with Mike Anderson atop the training table when Dee Jay Snow ($12.90) got up in the last jump under Denis Araujo to take the fifth.  The winner was bred by his owners John and Tammy Snow and is co-owned by Alison Tonner.

HASTINGS RESULTS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 22ND

HASTINGS
July 22, 2016

Race # Purse Race Type Distance Off At Winning Horse Chart
Race 1 $11,000 Claiming 6 1/2 Furlongs 7:07 PM Bridge Baron
Race 2 $25,000 Allowance Optional Claiming 6 1/2 Furlongs 7:31 PM Crackdown
Race 3 $14,000 Claiming 6 1/2 Furlongs 8:07 PM Silent Native
Race 4 $16,000 Starter Optional Claiming 1 1/16 Miles 8:39 PM Citron Kid
Race 5 $11,000 Claiming 6 1/2 Furlongs 9:10 PM Dee Jay Snow
Race 6 $16,000 Starter Optional Claiming 1 1/16 Miles 9:38 PM Prince Hotel
Race 7 $16,000 Starter Optional Claiming 1 1/16 Miles 10:12 PM Wild Rose of Texas

Hastings Daily Results and Activity

Results

Friday, July 22
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $4,000 $11,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Allowance Optional Claiming – $35,000 $25,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Claiming – $16,000 $14,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Starter Optional Claiming – $8,000 $16,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Claiming – $4,000 $11,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Starter Optional Claiming – $8,000 $16,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming – $8,000 $16,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight

 

EmD Wrap-Friday, July 22

FOOLED AGAIN CONTINUES TO THRIVE AT EmD

AUBURN, Wash. (July 22, 2016) – Fooled Again showed his heels to eight rivals Friday at Emerald Downs, racing to a 3 ¾-length victory in the $11,500 BetAmerica Purse for 3-year-olds and up.

Ridden by Juan Gutierrez, Fooled Again zipped 6 ½ furlongs in 1:15.58 and paid $7.40, $4.60 and $4.20. Jeff Metz, atop the standings with 29 wins, is the winning trainer and co-owner with Brett Brophy and Kelly Dougan.

A 4-year-old Scat Daddy gelding, Fooled Again has three wins at the meet and is 5-for-15 lifetime with earnings of $69,845 including $6,325 for Friday’s victory. At Emerald Downs, Fooled Again is 5-0-0 in nine starts, including victory in last year’s Auburn Stakes.

Hustled to the lead from the No. 5 post, Fooled Again set fractions of :21.85, :44.29 and 1:09.12 en route to victory.

Mr. Takahashi, ridden by Eswan Flores, rallied into contention into the stretch, but was unable to threaten Fooled Again in the final furlong. Mr. Takahashi paid $6 and $6.

Surfliner, ridden by Javier Matias, rallied from last to finish third and paid $8.60 to show. Perfect Night, Roman Boos, Arctic Vortex, Southern Solution, Wups and War Wizard completed the order of finish.

NOTES: Jockey Jose Barnes notched his first Emerald Downs win in Friday’s nightcap, guiding Freedomofthehills to a 17-1 upset and triggering a carryover of $20,231 to Saturday’s $0.20 Pick 7. A 20-year-old South African, Barnes began riding here July 8 and had picked up one third in 12 mounts before Friday’s victory. . .Ronald Richard was the lone jockey with two wins Friday. . .Rocco Bowen guided Come On Cozzene ($6) to a gate-to-wire victory in the first race, and has at least one win on 12 straight cards. . .Little Scotty ($7.80), a 3-year-old Paddy O’Prado filly owned by Dave Heerensperger of Bellevue, raced to a gate-to-wire victory Friday in a $68,000 allowance turf marathon at Del Mar. . . Live racing continues Saturday with the third of four summer twilight cards. First post is 6:30 p.m. . .California Chrome is 3-5 and Dortmund 7-5 in Saturday’s $200,000 San Diego Handicap at Del Mar. Post time is 6:03 p.m. for the Grade 2 at 1 1/16 miles.