HASTINGS WORKOUTS FOR SUNDAY

HASTINGS WORKERS PHOTO BY LISA THOMPSON
Sunday, June 11, 2017
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
2 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Back Alley Denali :26.00 H 9
Bowchickawowwow :25.20 H 2
Cape Fox :26.20 H 10
Desi :25.00 H 1
Fireman :27.00 B 18
French Maid :25.20 H 2
Gentry :27.80 H 20
Gimme Some Slack :25.20 H 2
Golden Orchid :25.40 H 6
Oh Dexter :26.20 B 10
Our Violet :25.40 H 6
Robertino Red :26.80 H 16
Rogerio :25.20 H 2
Rox Star Archie :26.80 H 16
Smart Deal :26.20 H 10
Speculator :27.40 B 19
Spokane’s Gem :26.20 B 10
Tiptoe :26.60 B 14
U S S Coral Sea :26.60 B 14
Under Par :25.80 H 8
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
3 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Altered Carbon :36.40 H 3
Anzac Day :38.80 H 17
Appellant :36.20 HG 1
Aspired :37.60 HG 14
Bellatrix City :37.80 HG 16
Cape Lite :37.20 HG 10
Essi Rose :36.80 H 6
Hesgotawaywithwrds :37.60 HG 14
Jax On :37.20 HG 10
Lucynme :36.40 H 3
Luxor Lady :36.20 H 1
Mori Girl :36.80 H 6
Naughty Nitro :39.40 H 19
Not Yet :37.40 HG 13
Raine Or Shine :36.40 H 3
Slew’s Da Boss :37.00 H 8
Stormy Knight :39.40 H 19
Styling :39.00 H 18
The Chances R :37.00 H 8
Veloso Raptor :37.20 H 10
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
4 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Ace Deuce :48.40 H 17
All Under Control :47.60 H 8
Another Guinness :49.60 H 29
B C Charlie :47.00 H 2
Barely a B Laura :51.60 H 39
Bold N Lovely :47.80 H 11
Bonnie Kristine :47.60 H 8
Cash Hit :47.40 H 4
Cherry’s Miss :47.40 H 4
Coal Harbour :49.60 H 29
Criminal Code :50.20 H 33
Dawselina :48.00 H 12
Fire Boss :48.00 H 12
Igor :50.40 H 36
Irish Commander :47.40 H 4
It’s in Command :46.40 H 1
Kelson :49.00 H 22
Lookout Taylor :50.20 H 33
Miss Mariah :52.00 H 40
Moon Ride :49.00 H 22
Notis the Jewell :47.20 H 3
Off the Grid :50.20 H 33
Peace Arch :48.00 H 12
Pretty Soon :50.00 H 31
Prime Copy :49.40 H 28
Rebus :48.40 H 17
Red Buffalo :50.80 H 37
Red Denim :50.80 H 37
Riojana :50.00 H 31
Sanawar :48.20 H 16
Sargent Rick :47.60 H 8
She Spends My Lute :47.40 H 4
Take the High Road :49.20 H 25
Tell Us a Tale :48.80 H 21
Texas Alley Kat :52.40 H 41
Timber King :48.00 H 12
Tinderette :48.40 H 17
Touch of Green :49.20 H 25
Twistgrips :49.00 H 22
Wise Market :49.20 H 25
Zanita Rosae :48.40 H 17
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
5 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

A. P. Zona 1:01.20 B 15
Always Sunny 1:01.00 H 11
Boundary Bay 1:02.80 H 28
Champagne Waltz 1:02.20 H 23
Crackdown 1:00.00 H 6
Daz Lin Dawn 1:00.40 H 7
Dorys Darlin 1:02.00 H 20
Driller :58.60 H 1
Estalado 1:03.00 H 31
Forest Bliss 1:01.00 H 11
Forever Crystal 1:02.80 H 28
Fort Mac 1:03.40 H 34
General Strelnikov 1:01.20 H 15
Goldberg 1:03.40 H 34
Good as They Get 1:01.00 H 11
Green Dude 1:00.80 H 9
He’s Got Ego 1:02.40 H 24
Heartset 1:00.40 H 7
High Applause 1:02.40 H 24
Highway Boss 1:00.80 H 9
Honor River 1:01.20 H 15
Hunters Appeal 1:01.00 H 11
I’m So Happy 1:03.00 H 31
I’m a Diva Too 1:02.00 H 20
Lord Vancouver 1:01.20 B 15
Miss Finality :59.80 H 3
Moussaka Chef :59.80 H 3
My Greyson 1:02.60 H 27
P G Star 1:04.00 H 37
Parianne 1:03.80 H 36
S. L. Express 1:01.80 H 19
Sailingforthesun :59.40 H 2
Spirit Bay :59.80 H 3
Stormin Jude 1:03.20 H 33
Tapatio 1:02.40 H 24
Tapicero 1:02.00 H 20
Western Heritage 1:02.80 H 28
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
6 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Cheeky Purchase 1:14.40 H 1
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
6 1/2 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Displeasure 1:21.80 HG 1
Oh So Quick 1:22.20 HG 2

Emerald Downs Wrap-Sunday, June 11

Viewingthegold and jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores

VIEWINGTHEGOLD RALLIES TO SHARP VICTORY

AUBURN, Wash. (June 11, 2017) – Viewingthegold exerted his class late and scored a 2 ¾-length victory Sunday in the $15,200 Muckleshoot Casino Purse for 3-year-olds and up at Emerald Downs.

With Leonel Camacho-Flores riding his third winner of the day, Viewingthegold ran six furlongs in 1:10.05, and paid $5.60, $4.20 and $3. Jose Navarro, who also saddled runner-up Guardingthemoney, is the trainer for Big Bill and Company and Clemans View Farm.

Stakes-placed twice as a 2-year-old including a heartbreaking defeat to Mach One Rules on the WTBOA Lads Stakes, Viewingthegold is 2-1-2 in seven career starts with earnings of $40,080, including $8,360 for Sunday’s victory. The winner is a 4-year-old Washington-bred by Harbor the Gold-Kittyzallwet.

In fifth place early, Viewingthegold angled out at the eighth pole and collared Capital Expense and won going away.

Guardingthemoney, a 25-to-1 long shot ridden by Juan Gutierrez, caught Capital Expense in the final stride for second place and paid $19.40 and $8.20.

Capital Expense, ridden by Jose Zunino, appeared a big threat to steal the race on the front end, leading through fractions of :21.86, :44.56 and :56.82. Straightening into the stretch with a two-length lead, Capital Expense weakened in the final furlong and paid $8 to show.

Starr School and rider Isiah Cross Guns

STARR SCHOOL WINS MUCKLESHOOT GOLD CUP

Starr School of Browning, Mont., captured the championship heat Sunday of the 2nd annual $50,000 Muckleshoot Gold Cup at Emerald Downs. With Isiah Cross Guns riding, Starr School covered the two-mile Indian Relay race in 3:39.40.

Starr School, a member of Blackfeet Nation, enjoyed an outstanding weekend, winning Heat 2 in Friday’s qualifying round before finishing fifth in Saturday’s Heat 3 won by Lil’ Badger.

Carlson Relay of Browning, Mont., the 2016 Muckleshoot Gold Cup champion, finished second, while Abrahamson Relay of Omak, Wash. finished third.

The championship team received belt buckles, jackets, the Muckleshoot Gold Cup and a $10,000 cash prize. And if Starr School also wins the championship heat August 26 at Canterbury Park, they would earn a $10,000 bonus.

Starr School’s roster is composed of:
Isiah Cross Guns (rider), Martin Little Plume (team captain/owner/holder #1), Buzz Bird Rattler (holder #2), Doug Upham (holder #3), Slew Costel (mugger #1), Lindin Calf Looking (mugger #2)

Results form Sunday’s Muckleshoot Gold Cup:

Muckleshoot Gold Cup: 1st-Starr School (Browning, Mont.), 3:39.40; 2nd-Carlson Relay (Browning, Mont.), 3:41.58; 3rd-Abrahamson Relay (Omak, Wash.), 3:51.20.

Consolation 1: 1st-Pikuni Express (Browning, Mont.), 3:43.37; 2nd-Rides A Pretty Horse (Billings, Mont.), 3:55.05; 3rd-Coby Team (Blackfeet, Ida.), 3:56.87.

Consolation 2: 1st-River Road Relay (Crow Agency, Mont.), 3:47.81; 2nd-Teton Team (Blackfoot, Ida.), 3:50.11; 3rd-Omak Express (Omak, Wash.),3:51.09.

NOTES: Philly Baby ($14.20) and jockey Jose Zunino led gate-to-wire in Sunday’s $18,500 maiden special weight for 2-year-old fillies, running 4 ½ furlongs in :52.26. Trained by Chris Stenslie and owned by One Horse Will Do Corporation and Laurie Jones, Philly Baby is out of 2004 Washington Oaks winner Bianconi Baby and a half-sister to Scat Daddybaby. . .

Rocco Bowen, unseated by C I M Sweet in the post-parade of the 2-year-old filly race, was off his final five mounts with body soreness. . .Through 29 days of racing, Bowen leads apprentice Kevin Orozco 51-26 in the jockeys’ race. . .Blaine Wright saddled Coming in Hot to a $21.60 victory in race seven and holds a 16-14 lead on Charles Essex and Jeff Metz atop the trainers’ standings. . .

In one of the day’s most exciting races, razor-sharp Wine At Nine ($3.40) tagged Kenai King in the final stride and joined Exit Sixty Slew and Jerre to Carrie as three-time winners at the meet. A 5-year-old Divine Park gelding, Wine At Nine races for Dino Mazzuca’s red-hot Two Putts for the Win ownership syndicate, and was ridden by Matt Hagerty, who is a nifty 3-2-1 in eight mounts this season. .

.Great hunch play in Sunday’s opener as Indian Power ($4.60) led gate-to-wire on the final day of the 2017 Muckleshoot Gold Cup. . .10-year-old Memphis Mobster ($6.60) held off Lots of Prayers and scored his 20th career win in Sunday’s third race for Rigoberto Velasquez and Pam Tumminello.

.A California-bred by Memo, Memphis Mobster broke his maiden June 24, 2011, at Hollywood Park under Joe Steiner and has wins at seven different tracks (Hollywood Park, Fairplex Park, Fresno, Golden Gate, Pleasanton, Portland Meadows and Emerald Downs). . .

Jennifer Whitaker and Howard Belvoir combined for their 325th Emerald Downs victory when Daytona Beach ($7.60) prevailed in Sunday’s sixth race. Belvoir is No. 3 all-time with 724 wins at Emerald Downs and Whitaker is No. 8 all-time with 462 wins. . .

Washington Hall of Fame jockey Ricky Frazier was at the racetrack Sunday visiting with friends. . .Live racing resumes Friday with first post 6:30 p.m.

Emerald Downs Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, June 11
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Claiming – $8,000 $7,800 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Claiming – $15,000 $11,200 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Claiming – $2,500 $7,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Maiden Special Weight $18,500 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Starter Allowance – $3,500 $7,600 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Waiver Claiming – $5,000 $8,800 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Claiming – $10,000 $11,200 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $25,000 $15,200 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Maiden Claiming – $5,000 $6,400 Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Friday, June 16 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $2,500 $6,100
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $15,000 $11,000
Race 3 Claiming – $3,500 $6,800
Race 4 Claiming – $4,000 $6,600
Race 5 Claiming – $7,500 $9,000
Race 6 Claiming – $20,000 $15,600
Race 7 Maiden Claiming – $8,000 $7,800

NO LIVE RACING ON THURSDAY, JUNE 15 & THURSDAY, JUNE 22; ADDITIONAL RACES TO BE OFFERED ON FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

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ARCADIA, Calif. (June 9, 2017)–With Santa Anita’s current Spring Summer Meet set to conclude on Tuesday, July 4, the track has modified its current racing schedule for the next two weeks, as the track will now run a pair of three-day weeks, beginning Friday, June 16 and Friday, June 23, in advance of a five-day closing week, which starts on Friday, June 30.

“It’s always been our goal to run more race dates, but as we’ve said, consistently, we need to present racing cards that provide the most value and are in the best interest of our customers,” said Joe Morris, The Stronach Group’s Senior Vice President of West Coast Operations. “Looking forward, we will continue to evaluate our racing schedule as we strive to present the best possible product for our fans.”

Santa Anita has added extra races today, tomorrow and Sunday, resulting in a total of 30 races for the week, compared to 34 that were run over the previous four-day week.  Additionally, entries averaged 8.7 per race this week, compared to 6.9 horses per race last week.

With the current meet set to end on July 4, Fan Appreciation will be a top priority over the final three weeks, with free Club House admission added on Fridays, along with free parking on those days as well. The final two days of the season, July 3 and 4, will be Dollar Days, with one dollar beers, sodas and hot dogs.

Santa Anita, which carded a nine-race program today, will offer a special 11-race card tomorrow, Belmont Stakes Day and a 10-race program on Sunday.  Admission gates open early Saturday at 8 a.m. and Santa Anita’s first live race post time is set for 12 noon.

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY JUNE 11, 2017

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  • BOB BAFFERT IS THE EXCEPTION AMONG GREAT TRAINERS
  • QUALITY JOB ONE AS SIMULCAST RACING OFFERED JUNE 15, 22
  • SHEZA CHATTYKAT GOES LONG IN GRADE II SUMMERTIME OAKS
  • LOTS OF SPECIALS FOR DAD ON FATHER’S DAY AT SANTA ANITA

 

BAFFERT, SMITH  FEAST IN THE EAST ON BELMONT DAY

Bob Baffert and Mike Smith enjoyed a Gold Rush in reverse Saturday, leaving their West Coast headquarters at Santa Anita to invade the East Coast–Belmont Park, specifically–where they won four and five races respectively on the lucrative Belmont Stakes Day program.

Baffert horses took the Easy Goer with West Coast, earning $87,000; the Acorn with Abel Tasman, worth $375,000; the Woody Stephens with American Anthem, good for $275,000; and the Metropolitan Handicap with Mor Spirit, yielding $650,000, for a grand total of $1,387,000.

Smith rode all four of Baffert’s runners, in addition to two-time champion Songbird for Jerry Hollendorfer in the Ogden Phipps, worth $400,000 to owner Rick Porter’s Fox Hill Farms.

The five wins for Smith at Belmont totaled $1,787,000 in purse money and marked the first time he had won five races at the New York oval since May 11, 1991.

Smith is the nation’s leading jockey in purse earnings this year with more than $19 million, if his victory on Arrogate in the $10 million Dubai World Cup is included. Otherwise, it’s just over $13 million.

The success of both Baffert, 64, and Smith, 51, is a matter of record, each a member of racing’s Hall of Fame, each a multiple winner of Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup races, Baffert of course becoming the first trainer to sweep the Triple Crown in 37 years when American Pharoah accomplished the feat in 2015, and each an icon in more ways than one.

Just ask their peers.

“Yes, great horses make Bob a great trainer,” conceded fellow trainer Eoin Harty,

Baffert’s assistant for nine years before going on his own in 2001.

“But what makes him an exception is that he’s in charge of his own destiny. He buys his horses; he doesn’t rely on somebody else to pick them for him, he doesn’t rely on anybody else to send them to him.

“He has enough faith in his own ability to pick runners. He goes to the sales and puts up big money, not necessarily for horses with a lot of pedigree, but he knows what he’s looking at and it pays off in spades. That’s why he’s so successful.”

Like any lengthy relationship, business or personal, it’s not all Ozzy and Harriet. There is pressure at any level, from dealing with lowly claimers to blueblood stakes horses. There are bound to be bumps in the road, but Harty endured, adjusted and benefited.

“Working with Bob was not always a bed of roses,” he said. “It’s like anything in life. There are ups and downs, but his personality is such that you weather them when you’re working for him, so that doesn’t make it as difficult as it could be in other situations. As an assistant, it makes life easy for you.

“It makes it enjoyable to go to work, to get up every morning early and stay late.”

Trainer Jim Cassidy is both a longtime friend and admirer of the amiable Smith, who is enjoying an unprecedented run in the homestretch of a remarkable career.

“Mike is a great person, a great person,” Cassidy reiterated. “Even when he has issues

with people, he tries to sort them out. That shows you the kind of person he is. We’ve been friends for a long time.

“He’s a great rider who always seems to have his horse in the best position to win. I think he’s a better positional rider than (Jerry) Bailey and (Chris) McCarron.”

            After Saturday at Belmont Park, it’s hard to make any argument to the contrary.

NO LIVE RACING ON THURSDAY, JUNE 15 AND THURSDAY, JUNE 22

With Santa Anita’s current Spring Summer Meet set to conclude on Tuesday, July 4, the track has modified its current racing schedule for the next two weeks, as it will now run a pair of three-day weeks, beginning Friday, June 16 and Friday, June 23, in advance of a five-day closing week, which starts on Friday, June 30.

“It’s always been our goal to run more race dates, but as we’ve said, consistently, we need to present racing cards that provide the most value and are in the best interest of our customers,” said Joe Morris, The Stronach Group’s Senior Vice President of West Coast Operations. “Looking forward, we will continue to evaluate our racing schedule as we strive to present the best possible product for our fans.”

Santa Anita added an extra race Friday, Saturday and today, resulting in a total of 30 races for the week, compared to 34 that were run over the previous four-day week. Entries averaged 8.7 per race this week, compared to 6.9 horses per race last week.

With the current meet set to end on July 4, fan appreciation will be a top priority over the final three weeks, with free Club House admission added on Fridays, along with free parking.

The final two days of the season, July 3 and 4, will be Dollar Days, with one dollar beers, sodas and hot dogs.

SHEZA CHATTYKAT STRETCHES OUT IN SUMMERTIME OAKS

Sheza Chattykat will race beyond 6 ½ furlongs for the first time in next Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Summertime Oaks at 1 1/16 miles. Richard Baltas hopes her recent works indicate she can get the distance.

“She’s been firing bullets,” said Baltas, whose two wins Saturday left him five behind leader Peter Miller, 26-21, in the trainers’ race. “I’m hoping it shows she can get it done.”

Corey Nakatani will ride Sheza Chattykat for the first time in the Summertime Oaks.

In addition to Sheza Chattykat, other probables for the race include Faypien, It Tiz Well, Majestic Quality, Selcourt and Spooky Woods.

SANTA ANITA OFFERS VARIETY OF SPECIALS ON FATHER’S DAY

Next Sunday, June 18, is Father’s Day and Santa Anita is offering three unique and fun experiences from which dads can choose. The Father’s Day Brunch in the Turf Terrace Restaurant includes a three-course plated lunch, glass of champagne or beer on arrival, Club House admission, racing program and use of the table all day. For tickets, visit: http://www.santaanita.com/events/fathers-day-brunch-at-turf-terrace/.

The ‘Drams for Dads’ whiskey tasting and brunch in the historic Directors’ Room at Santa Anita includes brunch from 1 -3 p.m., a complimentary glass of champagne or beer on arrival, Woodford Reserve tasting session, commemorative tasting glass, Club House admission, racing program and a meet ‘n’ greet session with a professional handicapper. For tickets, visit: http://www.santaanita.com/events/drams-for-dads/.

And, for dads who just want to show up in shorts, sit outside and enjoy a delicious barbeque, Santa Anita will offer the Father’s Day Trackside Package. Each ticket includes a BBQ plate, one craft beer or wine, Club House admission, racing program and tip sheet and seating alongside the home stretch. For tickets, visit: http://www.santaanita.com/events/47675/.

FINISH LINES: Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint runner-up Om is scheduled to start in the Grade III American Stakes at one mile on turf July 4. “He’s had three six furlong works,” trainer Dan Hendricks said. “Two more and he’s ready to run.” . . .

Peter Eurton has graded stakes-winning sprinter Kobe’s Back ticketed for the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on July 1 . . .

With Rafael Bejarano up, Gold Cup at Santa Anita winner Cupid trained by Bob Baffert worked four furlongs Sunday in a bullet 46.80, fastest of 98 drills at the distance, the average time of which was 49.01. There were 224 recorded workouts at Santa Anita Sunday, 31 on the training track . . .

Peewee Reese and Junior Gilliam were on hand at Santa Anita Sunday morning, not the late, great members of the Brooklyn Dodgers, but horses trained by Phil D’Amato and Steve Miyadi, respectively, who worked on the training track . . .

Victor Espinoza has been suspended three days (June 16, 17 and 18) for causing interference on Skelton Pass in Friday’s seventh race. Chantal Sutherland also has been banished the same three days for causing interference aboard Fall Harvest in Friday’s fourth race, resulting in the disqualification of her mount from sixth to seventh.

RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED HORSES

Big Macher

CLASSY BIG MACHER TAKES $100,000 THOR’S ECHO HANDICAP  BY ONE LENGTH UNDER BEJARANO; TRAINED BY BALTAS, HE GETS SIX FURONGS IN 1:08.98

 ARCADIA, Calif. (June 11, 2017)–Idle since November, 2015, Grade I winning Big Macher called upon all of his class to take Sunday’s $100,000 Thor’s Echo Handicap by one length under Rafael Bejarano.  Conditioned by Richard Baltas, the 7-year-old gelded son of Beau Genius was all-out to overhaul K Thirty Eight in the final sixteenth while getting six furlongs in a rapid 1:08.98.

“He’s a very good horse,” said Baltas.  “I only had one three quarter work in him, but he had a lot of long gallops.  I didn’t really have him cranked, and for him to run eight and four (1:08 4/5)…Karen’s horse (trainer of K Thirty Eight, Karen Headley) ran great.  There’s no easy races in California.  We’ll see how he comes out of this and hopefully nominate him to the Bing Crosby at Del Mar (Grade I, six furlongs on July 29).”

A winner of the Grade I Crosby in July, 2014, Big Macher was off as the 4-5 favorite in a field of five 3-year-olds and up bred or sired in California and paid $3.60, $2.80 and $2.10.

Claimed out of a maiden $20,000 race in his debut on July 17, 2003, Big Macher is owned by Tom Mansor and Tachycardia Stables.  Bred by Ballena Vista Farm, he’s out of the Kris S. mare Insight.  With the winner’s share of $60,000, he increased his earnings to $744,288.  With the Thor’s Echo representing his sixth stakes victory, he’s now 20-8-2-2 overall.

“I’ve been working him a lot in the mornings,” said Bejarano.  “The thing with him is the break.  He gets nervous in the gate.  Today, I just left him alone and let him do what he wanted.”

Ridden by Tiago Pereira, K Thirty Eight sat second to pacesetter Got Even early, put a head in front turning for home and dueled inside the winner the final furlong, finishing some 6 ¼ lengths in front of Got Even.

Dispatched at 7-1, K Thirty Eight paid $3.60 and $3.00.

“I thought he’d run well,” said Karen Headley.  “He always runs hard.  We’ll see how he comes out of this.  We know he likes running five furlongs on the grass at Del Mar.”

Sent from his outside post by Martin Pedroza, Got Even ran third, one length in front of He Will.  Off at 4-1, Got Even paid $2.80 to show.

Fractions on the race were 21.87, 44.87 and 56.88.

Live racing resumes at Santa Anita with a 10-race card on Friday.  First post time is at 1 p.m., admission gates open at 11 a.m.  Simulcast wagering will be available on Thursday, with admission gates opening at 10:30 a.m.

Santa Anita Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, June 11
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Starter Optional Claiming – $32,000 $28,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $18,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Thor’s Echo H. $100,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Allowance Optional Claiming – $75,000 $56,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Special Goddess S. $75,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Maiden Special Weight $54,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Waiver Claiming – $20,000 $25,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $25,000 $23,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Maiden Special Weight $54,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 10 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $58,000 Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Friday, June 16 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $29,000
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $54,000
Race 3 Claiming – $12,500 $16,000
Race 4 Maiden Special Weight $54,000
Race 5 Allowance Optional Claiming – $16,000 $56,000
Race 6 Claiming – $16,000 $20,000
Race 7 Claiming – $35,000 $30,000
Race 8 Maiden Claiming – $30,000 $21,000
Race 9 Allowance Optional Claiming – $62,500 $58,000
Race 10 Maiden Claiming – $30,000 $21,000

Woodbine Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, June 11
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Special Weight $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Allowance $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Alywow S. $100,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Maiden Optional Claiming – $40,000 $34,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Allowance $61,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Plate Trial S. $125,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Optional Claiming – $40,000 $39,800 Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Woodbine Oaks Presented by Budweiser $500,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 10 Claiming – $20,000 $25,900 Overnight Overnight
Race 11 Maiden Optional Claiming – $40,000 $34,000 Overnight Overnight

 

MIKE AND DREW’S SUNDAY PICKS FOR HASTINGS

 

Race 1 4 – Zygo
5 – Storm Cruiser
2 – Our Bonita Rose
4 – Zygo
5 – Storm Cruiser
2 – Our Bonita Rose
Race 2 2 – European
3 – He’s The Reason
6 – Asp
3 – He’s the Reason
2 – European
1 – Mr. Finch
Race 3 4 – Brass and Gold
3 – The Odds R Good
2 – Dashing Don
4 – Brass and Gold
5 – Coulterberry
3 – The Odds R Good
Race 4 3 – Rock Concert
2 – Torniador
7 – Ps Diamond Cutter
7 – Ps Diamond Cutter
3 – Rock Concert
2 – Torniador
Race 5 6 – Mystic Belief
2 – Prettier Than You
5 – Declayes
6 – Mystic Belief
4 – Haloween Queen
7 – Discreet Country
Race 6 1 – Wise Boss
3 – Indy Racer
6 – Sedin
3 – Indy Racer
6 – Sedin
5 – Lornefivehundred
Race 7 6 – Sunspa
4 – Kodiak Rose
3 – Florist
4 – Kodiak Rose
9 – Sail On By
1 – Northern Storm
Race 8 4 – Dhatzit
1 – Payment Plan
8 – Cashspiel
1 – Payment Plan
7 – Songanddance Girl
2 – Mardi Gras Mabel
Mike’s Picks Drew’s Picks