Santa Anita Owners Release Open Letter After 22 Racehorse Fatalities

The Stronach Group letter announces changes to medication and whip-use rules at Santa Anita and Gulfstream parks. It comes after an unprecedented number of horses died from training or race-related injuries at Santa Anita during the current meet.

An Open Letter about the Future of Thoroughbred Racing in California

Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California, has experienced an unprecedented number of racehorse fatalities since the current meet opened on Dec. 26, 2018. Most of deaths have been related to musculoskeletal injuries, or “breakdowns.” After the 21st horse death of the meet occurred on March 5, 2019, Santa Anita announced the track would suspend racing and training indefinitely while engineers performed additional testing on the track surface to ensure horse and rider safety. The main track reopened for limited training on March 11. Three days later during a training session, a 3-year-old filly named Princess Lili B became the 22nd casualty after sustaining fractures in both front legs. Following the latest death, Santa Anita’s owners, The Stronach Group, released the following public statement on March 14:

An Open Letter about the Future of Thoroughbred Racing in California

What has happened at Santa Anita over the last few weeks is beyond heartbreaking. It is unacceptable to the public and, as people who deeply love horses, to everyone at The Stronach Group and Santa Anita.

The sport of horse racing is the last great sporting legacy platform to be modernized. If we expect our sport to grow for future generations, we must raise our standards.

Today, I’m announcing The Stronach Group will take the unprecedented step of declaring a zero tolerance for race day medication at Santa Anita Park and Golden Gate Fields. These Thoroughbred racetracks will be the first in North America to follow the strict International Federation of Horseracing Authorities (IFHA) standards.

We have arrived at a watershed moment. The Stronach Group has long been a strong advocate for the abolishment of race-day medication, but we will wait no longer for the industry to come together as one to institute these changes. Nor will we wait for the legislation required to undertake this paradigm shift. We are taking a stand and fully recognize just how disruptive this might be.

This mandate encompasses a complete revision of the current medication policy to improve the safety of our equine and human athletes and to raise the integrity of our sport.

These revisions comprise best practices currently employed at racetracks around the world:

  • Banning the use of Lasix.
  • Increasing the ban on legal therapeutic NSAIDS, joint injections, shockwave therapy, and anabolic steroids.
  • Complete transparency of all veterinary records.
  • Significantly increasing out-of-competition testing.
  • Increasing the time required for horses to be on-site prior to a race.
  • A substantial investment by The Stronach Group in diagnostic equipment to aid in the early detection of pre-existing conditions.
  • Horses in training are only allowed therapeutic medication with a qualified veterinary diagnosis.

Additionally, it is time to address the growing concern about use of the riding crop. A cushion crop should only be used as a corrective safety measure. While we firmly believe our jockeys have not purposely been mistreating their mounts, it is time to make this change.

These modernizations are in addition to the previously announced commitment to the continued engagement of outside experts to regularly review our dirt, turf and synthetic courses for consistency, composition and compaction to create the safest racing surfaces in the world.

We will be continuing our daily conversations with industry stakeholders to further define these transformative guidelines. But make no mistake: these changes will be implemented. The time to discuss “why” these advancements must take place is over. The only thing left to discuss is “how.”

There are some who will take a stand and tell us that it cannot be done. To them we say “the health and welfare of the horses will always come first.” We also say ‘”not only can it be done, it is what we are doing.” Racing at Santa Anita and Golden Gate is a privilege, it is not a right.

Ultimately, we recognize the owners and trainers of these horses have the final responsibility to assess their fitness for racing and training. Our goal is to make every resource available to aid them in that determination. We are all in this together to make the horse the first priority.

Our COO, Tim Ritvo, has been a horseman for almost four decades. As he said, “The time has come for this industry to evolve. It must do so for the sake of the horses and the people who depend on this sport for their livelihoods. Moving to international standards will help to set the right foundation for racing and fairness. We love the sport of horse racing and want it to succeed today, tomorrow and long into the future.”

We’ve spoken with the California Horse Racing Board and they will be holding a meeting on March 21 at which the situation at Santa Anita Park will be addressed. In the interim, Chairman Chuck Winner told us he personally appreciates the initiatives that The Stronach Group announced today. The Chairman said, “The safety of horses and riders has been, is, and will be the primary concern of the CHRB. The CHRB has been working with The Stronach Group and the various stakeholders to achieve a common objective, which is the best possible conditions for the health and safety of our equine competitors.”

Organizations who advocate for animal welfare have also affirmed their support for these measures. Kathy Guillermo, Senior Vice President for PETA said, “PETA thanks Santa Anita for standing up to all those who have used any means to force injured or unfit horses to run. This is a historic moment for racing and PETA urges every track to recognize that the future is now and to follow suit.  This groundbreaking plan will not bring back the 22 horses who have died recently, but it will prevent the deaths of many more and will set a new standard for racing that means less suffering for Thoroughbreds.”

These initiatives are a seismic shift in how the sport has been conducted for centuries. We are pleased that Stuart S. Janney III, Chairman of The Jockey Club, which has long supported the Horseracing Integrity Act, said, “We applaud The Stronach Group for its announcement today to effect sweeping changes at Santa Anita, which would bring them on par with the strict standards seen in major international racing jurisdictions.”

Joe Harper, CEO of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club said, “Del Mar has and will continue to support discussions and implementation of measures that enhance the safety and welfare of our athletes. We are committed to working with Santa Anita, The Stronach Group and other industry stakeholders to continue to improve.”

We recognize this will impact our field size as horses and horsemen adjust to this new standard. There will be horses that will not be able to race because they have required medication to do so. For those horses, we are prepared to dedicate the capital required to rehabilitate, retrain, rehome and provide aftercare for them. They deserve nothing less.

We are taking a step forward and saying, quite emphatically, that the current system is broken. While the cause of the injuries on the racetrack might be varied, they have one thing in common: the industry has yet to do everything that can be done to prevent them. That changes today.

First and foremost, we must do right by the horse. When we do right by the horse, everything – everything – will follow.

Belinda Stronach

Chairman and President

The Stronach Group

Golden Gate Daily Results and Activity

Results

Thursday, March 21
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $3,200 $10,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Claiming – $4,000 $11,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Claiming – $12,500 $14,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Claiming – $16,000 $19,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Maiden Claiming – $12,500 $11,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Claiming – $20,000 $18,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $30,000 Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Sunday, March 24 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $5,000 $11,500
Race 2 Claiming – $3,200 $10,000
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $13,000
Race 4 Claiming – $5,000 $11,500
Race 5 Claiming – $6,250 $12,000
Race 6 Maiden Special Weight $30,000
Race 7 Claiming – $25,000 $23,000
Race 8 Allowance $31,000
Race 9 Claiming – $6,250 $12,000

Final Entries

Saturday, March 23
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $12,500 $12,000
Race 2 Claiming – $8,000 $12,500
Race 3 Claiming – $12,500 $17,000
Race 4 Claiming – $25,000 $23,000
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $31,000
Race 6 Maiden Special Weight $30,000
Race 7 Claiming – $12,500 $12,000
Race 8 Allowance $31,000
Race 9 Claiming – $4,000 $10,400

Oaklawn Park Daily Results and Activity

Results

Thursday, March 21
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Waiver Claiming – $12,500 $29,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Claiming – $30,000 $37,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $30,000 $34,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Claiming – $16,000 $31,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Maiden Claiming – $16,000 $26,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Claiming – $40,000 $48,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $90,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Allowance Optional Claiming – $20,000 $91,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Claiming – $6,250 $24,000 Overnight



Early Entries

Sunday, March 24 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $45,000
Race 2 Waiver Claiming – $30,000 $39,000
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $10,000 $24,000
Race 4 Claiming – $10,000 $24,500
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $92,000
Race 6 Maiden Claiming – $25,000 $29,000
Race 7 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $92,000
Race 8 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $93,000
Race 9 Maiden Special Weight $90,000

Final Entries

Saturday, March 23
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $45,000
Race 2 Waiver Claiming – $30,000 $37,000
Race 3 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $91,000
Race 4 Maiden Claiming – $16,000 $26,000
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $75,000 $94,000
Race 6 Claiming – $10,000 $26,000
Race 7 Nodouble Breeders’ S. $100,000
Race 8 Claiming – $20,000 $38,000
Race 9 Gazebo S. $125,000
Race 10 Maiden Special Weight $90,000

RAILBIRD NOTES

RAILBIRD NOTES BY GLEN TODD

HASTINGS TRAINING HOURS CHANGE ON MONDAY, MARCH 25TH. 

Hastings General Manager, Darren MacDonald passes along that the training hours will change is coming Monday,  The track will open for training at 7:00am.

HASTINGS WORKOUTS

The Hastings Clockers have been kept very busy the last week as training picks up as we draw closer to opening day.   With the track currently open 7 days per week we have noticed the daily as posted here in the Derby Newsletter are more evenly spread out over the week.

HASTINGS 2019 PURSE SCHEDULE

  PURSE SCHEDULE 2019    
Marathon Series   Purse BC Bred
       
Marathon #1 $6250 Opt/c $15,000 $15,000
Marathon #2 $6250Opt/c $16,000 $16,000
Marathon #3 $6250Opt/c $17,000 $17,000
CATEGORY ALW Purse BC Bred
Alw/Open ALW $30,000 $30,000
Alw/F&M/Open ALW $30,000 $30,000
Claiming C& G/ Opt/$50,000 ALW $28,000 $28,000
Claiming F&M/Opt/$50,000 ALW $28,000 $28,000
Alw/NW 2/ 3 (3 & 4 yr olds) ALW $20,000 $20,000
Alw/NW 2/ 3 ( 3 & 4 ) Fillies ALW $20,000 $20,000
Alw/NW 2 ( 3 yr olds) ALW $20,000 $20,000
Alw/NW 2 ( 3 yr olds) Fillies ALW $20,000 $20,000
   
CATEGORY Claim $ Purse BC Bred
Claiming C& G $35,000 $24,000 $24,000
Claiming F&M $35,000 $24,000 $24,000
Claiming C& G $25,000 $20,000 $20,000
Claiming F&M $25,000 $20,000 $20,000
Claiming C&G $16,000 $15,000 $18,750
Claiming F&M $16,000 $15,000 $18,750
Claiming NW2/BC3 C&G $16,000 $13,000 $16,250
Claiming NW2/BC3 F&M $16,000 $13,000 $16,250
Claiming C&G $12,500 $14,000 $17,500
Claiming F&M $12,500 $14,000 $17,500
Claiming C&G $8,000 $12,500 $15,625
Claiming F&M $8,000 $12,500 $15,625
Claiming NW2/BC3 C&G $8,000 $11,500 $14,375
Claiming NW2/BC3 F&M $8,000 $11,500 $14,375
Claiming C&G $6,250 $11,500 $14,375
Claiming F&M $6,250 $11,500 $14,375
Claiming NW/2019/NW2/NW3NW/4 C &G $4,000 $11,000 $13,750
Claiming NW/2019/NW2/NW3/NW4 F&M $4,000 $11,000 $13,750
Claiming Non 1-2-3 $4,000 $10,000 $12,500
Claiming Non 1-2-3 $4,000 $10,000 $12,500
   
Maiden Races Only ALW Purse BC Bred
MDN – C&G MSW $25,000 $25,000
MDN- F&M MSW $25,000 $25,000
MDN – 2 yr C&G MSW $25,000 $25,000
MDN- 2 yr F&M MSW $25,000 $25,000
Mdn 2 yr 3 1/2 * to July 31 MSW $25,000 $25,000
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * After Aug 1 MSW $20,000 $20,000
Mdn $75,000 $75,000 $22,000 $22,000
Mdn $75,000 F & M $75,000 $22,000 $22,000
MDN 2 yr C&G $75000 $75,000 $22,000 $22,000
MDN 2 yr  F&M $75000 $75,000 $22,000 $22,000
MDN 2 yr olds 3/12 * $75000 $75,000 $22,000 $22,000
MDN $50,000 $50,000 $20,000 $20,000
MDN $50,000 F & M $50,000 $20,000 $20,000
MDN 2 yr C&G $50000 $50,000 $20,000 $20,000
MDN 2 yr  F&M $50000 $50,000 $20,000 $20,000
MDN 2 yr olds 3/12 * $50000 $50,000 $16,000 $16,000
   
Maiden Races Only Claim $ Purse BC Bred
MDN   C & G $25,000 $16,000 $20,000
MDN   F&M $25,000 $16,000 $20,000
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * (C&G) $25,000 $13,000 $16,250
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * $25,000 $13,000 $16,250
MDN   C & G $16,000 $14,000 $17,500
MDN   F&M $16,000 $14,000 $17,500
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * $16,000 $13,000 $16,250
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * Fillies $16,000 $13,000 $16,250
MDN C&G $12,500 $13,000 $16,250
MDN F&M $12,500 $13,000 $16,250
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * $12,500 $11,500 $14,375
MDN C&G $8,000 $12,000 $15,000
MDN F&M $8,000 $12,000 $15,000
Mdn 2 yr olds 3/12 * $8,000 $11,000 $13,750
MDN C&G $4,000 $11,000 $13,750
MDN F&M $4,000 $11,000 $13,750

2019 Emerald Downs and Hastings Racecourse – Announce $100,000 in Stakes Bonuses

2019

Emerald Downs and Hastings Racecourse

Announce $100,000 in Stakes Bonuses

Emerald Downs and Hastings Racecourse, in Vancouver, B.C are pleased to announce enhanced bonuses for horses competing in the track’s major stakes races of 2019.

The $100,000 enhanced bonus program includes signature events for Three Year Olds and Older horses and will be paid in Canadian Funds.

¨   A $25,000 Bonus To a Three-year-old Filly winning the $50,000 Washington Oaks August 11, 2019 and  $100,000 The B.C. Oaks on September 7, 2019.

¨   A $25,000 Bonus To a Three-year-old winning the  $50,000  Muckleshoot Derby August 11, 2019 and  $250,000 The B.C. Derby (Gr. 3 C) September 7, 2019.

¨     A $25,000 Bonus for any Filly or Mare winning the $50,000  Emerald Distaff on August 11, 2019 and  $100,000 The Ballerina (Gr. 3 C) on September 28, 2019.

¨     A $25,000 Bonus for any horse sweeping the $200,000 Longacres Mile, (Gr. III   on August 11, 2019 and the $100,000 BC Premiers (Gr. 3 C) on Septemer 29, 2019.

 

Emerald Downs Live Race Day Promotions

Live Race Day Promotions

Here are dates for the races and when registration opens for the three events.

June 9Bulldog & Beagle races (Registration opens March 18) ENTRY FORM

July 7Wiener Dog & Wannabe races (Registration opens April 24)

August 4Corgi Races (Registration opens May 22)

Promotions & Big Days

April 20 Opening Day (14 Carat Jewelry drawings) / Buffet

April 27-28Teacher Appreciation Weekend

May 4Kentucky Derby Day (Hat contest) / Buffet

May 5Cinco de Mayo celebration

May 10Fab Friday (T-shirt giveaway, wear back on any Fab Friday for free admission)

May 11Mother’s Day Saturday / Buffet

May 12 Mother’s Day / Buffet

May 18Preakness Stakes / Preakness Pancakes

May 19Exotic racing (Camels, Ostriches & Zebras)

May 26Armed Forces Day / Outdoors drawings

May 27Memorial Day

June 1First Responders Day

June 2 Handicapping contest / Hawk Fest (In the Park)

June 9 – Bulldog & Beagle races

June 14-16Indian Relay races

June 16Father’s Day (Cap giveaway) / Buffet

June 22-23 Food Truck Fest

July 3Fireworks Spectacular

July 6 – Ladies Night/Chocolate Festival

July 7 – Wiener Dog & Wannabe races

July 13 – British Night

July 14 – Irish Day

July 21 – Premio Esmeralda

July 27 – Pride Night

August 4 – Corgi Races

August 10 – Washington Racing Festival / Run the Mile

August 11 – Championship Sunday (Longacres Mile, Muckleshoot Derby, Emerald Distaff & Washington Oaks)

August 25 – Handicapping contest

August 31 – End of Summer Party in the Park

September 1 – Italian Day

September 8 – Beer Fest

September 22 – Closing Day

Family Fun Days

(Fun activities in the Park 1- 5 PM; kids race on the racetrack)

May 25-27 (Memorial Day Weekend)

June 30

July 28

August 18

Fab Fridays

Join us every Friday for live music outside by the Winner’s Circle, drink specials and the $1,000 horseshoe toss.

Band Lineup

April 20 – Jimmy Vegas Band

May 17 – Folsm Prism

May 24 – Stonesy

May 31 – Elton John/Billy Joel tributes

June 7 – Maile May

June 21 – Stay Grounded

June 28 – Jealous Dogs (Pretenders tribute)

July 5 – Fabulous Murphtones

July 19 – Kaite Wade

August 2 – Kellee Bradley Band

August 9 – Unloaded

August 16 – Triple Treat Band

August 23 – Dakota Poorman

August 30 – Kim Archer Band

September 13 – Mighty Dreadful Stringband

September 20 – The North of 50 Band

HASTINGS & EMERALD DOWNS COMBINED STAKES SCHEDULE

DATE RACE SEX DIST AMOUNT TRACK
4-May SWIFT THOROUGHBRED INAUGURAL 3+ 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
4-May BRIGHOUSE BELLES 3+ F&M 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
4-May JIM COLEMAN PROVINCE 3 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
4-May ROSS MCLEOD 3F 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
12-May SEATTLE STAKES 3 F 6F  $     50,000 EMD
19-May AUBURN STAKES  3 C& G 6F  $     50,000 EMD
25-May VANCOUVER SUN 3+ F&M 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
26-May GEORGE ROYAL 3+ 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
27-May HASTINGS STAKE 3+ F&M 6F  $     50,000 EMD
1-Jun EMERALD DOWNS 3F 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
2-Jun RIVER ROCK CASINO 3 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
2-Jun GOVERNORS STAKES 3+ 6F  $     50,000 EMD
9-Jun KENT STAKES  $     50,000 EMD
15-Jun STRAWBERRY MORN 3+ F&M 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
16-Jun JOHN LONGDEN 6000 3+ 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
23-Jun WA STATE LEGISLATORS STAKES 3+ F&M 6.5F  $     50,000 EMD
30-Jun CHRIS LOSETH 3 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
30-Jun BUDWEISER STAKES 3+ 6.5F  $     50,000 EMD
1-Jul SUPERNATUREL 3F 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
13-Jul MONASHEE 3+ F&M 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
14-Jul LT. GOVENORS 3+ 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
14-Jul SPAGHETTI MOUSE 2 6F  $     50,000 HST
14-Jul IRISH DAY STAKES 3 F 8.5F  $     50,000 EMD
21-Jul MT RAINIER STAKES 3+ 6.5F  $     50,000 EMD
21-Jul BOEING STAKES 3+ F&M 8.5F  $     50,000 EMD
21-Jul ANGIE C STAKES 2F 5.5F  $     50,000 EMD
21-Jul KING COUNTY STAKES 2 C& G 5.5F  $     50,000 EMD
5-Aug DERBY BAR & GRILL BC CUP CLASSIC 3+ 9F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug DERBY BAR & GRILL BC CUP DISTAFF 3+ F&M 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug BC CUP NURSERY 2 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug BC CUP DEBUTANTE 2F 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug BC CUP SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL 3 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug BC CUP HONG KONG JOCKEY CLUB 3F 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
5-Aug BC CUP MARATHON 3+ 11F  $     20,000 HST
11-Aug WASHINGTON OAKS 3F 9F  $     50,000 EMD
11-Aug MUCKLESHOOT DERBY 3 9F  $     50,000 EMD
11-Aug EMERALD DISTAFF 3+ F&M 9F  $     50,000 EMD
11-Aug LONGACRES MILE G3 3+ 8F  $   200,000 EMD
18-Aug BARBARA SHINPOCH STAKES 2F 6F  $     50,000 EMD
18-Aug WTBOA ;LADS STAKES 2 C& G 6F  $     50,000 EMD
23-Aug CTHS SALES STAKE 3+ 4 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
23-Aug CTHS SALES STAKE 3+ 4 F 8.5F  $     50,000 HST
25-Aug BANK OF AMERICA CHALLENGE 3+ 440Y  $     35,000 EMD
30-Aug CTHS SALES STAKE 2 C&G 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
30-Aug CTHS SALES STAKE 2f 6.5F  $     50,000 HST
1-Sep WA CUP SOPHOMORE FILLIES STAKES 3F 8F  $     50,000 EMD
1-Sep WA CUP SOPHOMORE C& G STAKES 3 C&G 8F  $     50,000 EMD
7-Sep BC DERBY G3 3 9F  $   250,000 HST
7-Sep BC OAKS 3F 9F  $   100,000 HST
7-Sep S.W. RANDALL PLATE 3+ 9F  $     50,000 HST
7-Sep DELTA COLLEEN 3+ F&M 9F  $     50,000 HST
8-Sep WA CUP JUVENILE FILLY STAKES 2F 6.5F  $     50,000 EMD
8-Sep WA CUP JUVENILE C&G STAKES 2 C&G 6.5F  $     50,000 EMD
15-Sep MUCKLESHOOT TRIBAL CLASSIC 3+ 8.5F  $     50,000 EMD
21-Sep SADIE DIAMOND FUTURITY 2F 6.5F  $   100,000 HST
22-Sep JACK DIAMOND FUTURITY 2 C&G 6.5F  $   100,000 HST
22-Sep GOTTSTEIN FUTURITY 2 8.5  $   100,000 EMD
28-Sep BALLERINA 3+ F&M 9F  $   100,000 HST
29-Sep BC PREMIERS 3+ 11F  $   100,000 HST
13-Oct FANTASY 2F 8.5F  $     75,000 HST
14-Oct ASCOT 2 C& G 8.5F  $     75,000 HST
20-Oct THE AUTUMN LEAVES 3+ F&M 8.5F  $     30,000 HST
20-Oct THE LIONS GATE 3+ 8.5F  $     30,000 HST

ATTN ALL READERS – WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU

We have received nothing but great comments on those of our readers whom have submitted their favorite horse story.  Come on folks we all have some great memories. Please take a minute and send us yours.

The Derby Bar and Grill Newsletter would like to add a new feature and that is to hear from you,  We would like to hear your story on your favorite horse or  race of all time preferably at Hastings Racecourse or any track or horse that might have been your favorite?

We will run your story in our newsletter along with any photos you might have of that particular horse or race.

Please take a few minutes and tell us your story, include as much information as possible and forward it to glen@nathc.ca

We would prefer your story in a word document and photos in jpg format

LOCAL HORSES OUT OF TOWN

James R. Brown
Entries
March 24 – Turf Paradise

Maggie’s Guy Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming $5,000
March 25 – Turf Paradise

Fire the Trainer Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming $7,500
Parking Permit Race 8 Allowance

Results
March 19 – Turf Paradise
All Under Control finished 1st by a neck Race 8 View Chart    
March 20 – Turf Paradise
Trill Point finished 6th beaten 10 lengths Race 2 View Chart    
Oopper Wallah finished 3rd beaten 5 1/4 lengths Race 7 View Chart    
Sandi Gann
Entries
March 25 – Turf Paradise

Addysgoingmobile Race 3 Claiming $3,500
Lesedi Race 5 Maiden Optional Claiming $30,000
Steve Henson
Entries
March 24 – Turf Paradise

Princess O’Prado Race 4 Claiming $6,250
March 25 – Turf Paradise

Harnersbach Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming $7,500