Turf Paradise Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, January 15
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Trial $3,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Trial $3,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Maiden Optional Claiming – $30,000 $12,500 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Claiming – $8,500 $8,500 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Claiming – $3,200 $7,200 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Maiden Optional Claiming – $30,000 $12,500 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Claiming – $8,000 $9,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $3,500 $7,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Wednesday, January 18 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $15,000 $10,500
Race 2 Starter Optional Claiming – $10,000 $11,200
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $5,000 $6,300
Race 4 Claiming – $8,500 $8,500
Race 5 Starter Optional Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 6 Claiming – $10,000 $11,200
Race 7 Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 8 Maiden Claiming – $5,000 $6,300

Final Entries

Tuesday, January 17
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $3,200 $7,200
Race 2 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000
Race 3 Maiden Optional Claiming – $30,000 $12,500
Race 4 Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 5 Maiden Claiming – $5,000 $6,300
Race 6 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000
Race 7 Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 8 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000

Local Trainers and Horses out of Town

Sandi Gann
Entries
January 16Turf Paradise
Cederberg Race 7 Claiming $20,000

Results
January 14 – Turf Paradise
Dear Lilly finished 1st by 1 length Race 2 View Chart    
Steve Henson
Entries
January 16Turf Paradise
Tinderette Race 3 Allowance
Gold Treasure Race 5 Allowance
Cindy Krasner
Results
January 14 – Turf Paradise
Bixley finished 2nd beaten by a neck Race 3 View Chart    
Ronda Rocks finished 9th beaten 6 lengths Race 4 View Chart    
Tizagogo finished 8th beaten 20 3/4 lengths Race 5 View Chart    

Late-Term Troubles

Late-Term Troubles

Five complications veterinarians might encounter toward the end of a mare’s gestation

You’ve invested a lot into your mare this past year—time, money, energy. You’ve hauled her to various reproductive exams and provided her with first-rate care. And after a long gestational wait, your hopes and expectations are high. A health scare or, worse, loss of mare and/or foal, would be devastating. Fortunately, serious late-term complications—that is, within the last 100 days of the 320-365-day gestational period—are relatively rare.

“The good news is that most of the issues we see in our late-term pregnant mares are relatively uncommon, so the average mare owner or breeding facility may not see problems every year,” says Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT, assistant professor at Colorado State University’s Equine Reproduction Laboratory, in Fort Collins. “Some complications may even be once-in-a-lifetime type of events.”

Learn how to recognize, avoid, and address five late-emergencies broodmare owners and managers might encounter: EHV-1 infection, placentitis, fescue toxicosis, abdominal wall disruption, and uterine torsion in the January 2017 issue of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care. Subscribe now and get a free download of this issue.

About the Author

Natalie DeFee Mendik, MA

Freelance journalist Natalie DeFee Mendik is a multiple American Horse Publications editorial and graphics awards winner specializing in equestrian media. She holds an MA in English from Colorado State University and an International Federation of Journalists’ International press card, and is a member of the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists. With over three decades of horse experience, Natalie’s main equine interests are dressage and vaulting. Having lived and ridden in England, Switzerland, and various parts of the United States, Natalie currently resides in Colorado with her husband and two girls.

Researchers Test Joint Supplement’s Impact on Old Horses

Most equestrians agree that a good equine schoolmaster is nothing short of sacred. Their experience and maturity make them trusted teachers, valuable competitive partners, and hands-down barn favorites. But by the time a horse is 15 to 20 years old, the natural aging process makes them vulnerable to stiffness and lameness due to arthritis development.

But senior horse owners might have something to celebrate: Findings from a recent study showed that a supplement containing resveratrol and hyaluronic acid (Equithrive Joint) appears to have anti-inflammatory effects and could potentially lower glucose levels in older horses.

“This type of supplement reduces inflammation and has antioxidant effects where it might reduce muscle leakage caused by oxidative stress,” said Mary U. Ememe, DVM, of the Ahmadu Bello University Department of Veterinary Medicine, in Nigeria.

Oxidative stress results from the production of free radicals, which are produced through normal metabolism and environmental pressures such as radiation, toxins in the air, food, water, medication, and exercise. As a horse ages, his ability to create an antioxidant defense decreases, making it more difficult for a horse to cope with oxidative stress over time.

“The anti-inflammatory property of this type of supplement compensates for an older horse’s ability to cope with oxidative stress,” Ememe added. “We looked at blood samples and found that the supplement reduced serum creatine kinase (CK). “

The team collected blood samples before the supplement was given and then weekly during the experiment. The blood samples showed a reduction in the value of CK and indicates that the supplement acted as an antioxidant.

Ememe and colleagues also found that the supplements appeared to reduce serum glucose levels. After collecting blood samples from 16 horses aged 15 to 22 years, they found that horses consuming the supplement had lower serum creatine kinase (used to diagnose and evaluate muscle damage) levels and glucose concentrations compared to horses receiving a control “supplement.”

“A reduction in glucose concentration in supplemented horses shows that the supplement is anti-hyperglycemic, because resveratrol enhances glucose transport to skeletal muscle,” she added.

Ememe said further research is needed to determine whether these effects are long-lasting or if longer treatment periods and higher doses will provide long-term success.

The study, “Effects of a joint supplement whose main components are resveratrol and hyaluronic acid on some biochemical parameters in aged lame horses,” was published in the Journal of Equine Science.

About the Author

Katie Navarra

Katie Navarra has worked as a freelance writer since 2001. A lifelong horse lover, she owns and enjoys competing a dun Quarter Horse mare.

MARIO WATCH

Mario Gutierrez
Entries
January 15 – Santa Anita
Wise Curlin Wgt-123 Race 4 Maiden Special Weight
Road Test Wgt-121 Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming $32,000
January 16 – Santa Anita
Deep Consideration Wgt-122 Race 3 Claiming $20,000
Ceeme Run Wild Wgt-122 Race 4 Maiden Special Weight
Seau Wgt-122 Race 5 Maiden Special Weight
Jeremy’s Legacy (IRE) Wgt-118 Race 7 Megahertz S. (Gr 3)
Sly Humor Wgt-121 Race 8 Maiden Claiming $40,000
Cut Wgt-122 Race 10 Maiden Special Weight

Results
January 14 – Santa Anita
Flamingo Lane Scratched (Off-Turf) Race 1 Chart

LA CANADA STAKES QUOTES – SATURDAY JANUARY 14, 2017

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JOCKEY QUOTES

MIKE SMITH, VALE DORI, WINNER: “She’s just gotten so good. They’ve done such a good job of getting her to relax. She’s really come around. I got on her when she first got here and she was nothing like this. She was very rank and very aggressive. To see her now, it’s a complete turnaround. She’s so calm, so cool. She went out there with a lot of confidence, a lot of class. She’s doing well right now and climbing the ladder.

“It’s important to have her versatility. I think she’s gotten to the point where she’s not a one dimensional horse and I think she’d even sit off of someone now if they wanted to get crazy. I look for her to do some great things. She’s got a long year ahead of her and hopefully she won’t run into my other big mare and I get to ride them both.”

TRAINER QUOTES

BOB BAFFERT, VALE DORI, WINNER: “I’m impressed by her because she took on some really nice fillies.

“Wild At Heart is a good mare. She took her on early and didn’t give it to her. When Mike made that move at the three-eighths pole…I saw him make that adios move and was hoping he didn’t move her too early. She had something left at the end. When they’re that heavily favored, you just hope they run to their odds.

“They sent her to me to get a Grade I into her and have some fun with her so I’m just glad that they kept her in training. They were thinking of breeding her so this is good to have. These good fillies are hard to get. She’s improving.

“She’s come a long way. It was tough to get a bridle on her before. She was tough. She’s improving and we see it. I’m just glad she’s doing well. We’ll get her ready for the big guns. I wonder if Mike will stay on her (laughs.)

“Well, eventually she’ll have to run against that caliber of horse (regarding Songbird) but I think she’s improved since she ran against her and we’ll just continue moving forward. If not, we can always put her on a plane and go somewhere else. We have a lot of options with her.”

 

NOTES: The winning owner is Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum, a United Arab Emirati politician and royalty of Dubai.

Santa Anita Daily Results and Activity

Results

Saturday, January 14
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Allowance Optional Claiming – $40,000 $56,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Starter Allowance – $16,000 $28,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Claiming – $8,000 $16,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Claiming – $12,500 $20,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 5 La Canada S. $200,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Maiden Special Weight $54,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Maiden Special Weight $54,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $50,000 $43,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 9 Maiden Claiming – $30,000 $21,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Monday, January 16 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Allowance Optional Claiming – $20,000 $56,000
Race 2 Claiming – $25,000 $30,000
Race 3 Claiming – $20,000 $25,000
Race 4 Maiden Special Weight $54,000
Race 5 Maiden Special Weight $54,000
Race 6 Maiden Claiming – $20,000 $18,000
Race 7 Megahertz S. $100,000
Race 8 Maiden Claiming – $40,000 $25,000
Race 9 Claiming – $8,000 $16,000
Race 10 Maiden Special Weight $54,000

Final Entries

Sunday, January 15
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Maiden Claiming – $75,000 $33,000
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $30,000 $21,000
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $50,000 $29,000
Race 4 Maiden Special Weight $54,000
Race 5 Claiming – $16,000 $20,000
Race 6 Claiming – $12,500 $16,000
Race 7 Starter Optional Claiming – $32,000 $30,000
Race 8 Starter Allowance – $40,000 $30,000
Race 9 Claiming – $50,000 $43,000

First Post Change: Monday, January 16

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Holiday Monday

MONDAY, JANUARY 16

FIRST POST: 12:00 Noon

GATES OPEN: 10:00 am

  Racing Information

Monday, Jan. 16 is Dollar Day!

Hot Dogs, Beers & Sodas are just a buck.

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Sunshine Millions Wine Festival

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Come be a part of the Sunshine Millions Wine Festival and let The Great Race Place show you a bevy of wine and food offerings to complement an amazing card of racing. Experience wines from across California and take in a day of world-class racing right on the Santa Anita Park apron. It’s a party in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley, and we can’t wait to have you! Use promo code WINE17 at checkout for 30% off your General or VIP package.

Turf Paradise Daily Results and Activity

Results

Saturday, January 14
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Allowance Optional Claiming – $20,000 $20,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Glendale H. $30,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Allowance $14,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Starter Allowance – $3,500 $8,200 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Cotton Fitzsimmons Mile H. $75,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $10,000 $8,000 Overnight Overnight Overnight



Early Entries

Tuesday, January 17 Overnight
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $3,200 $7,200
Race 2 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000
Race 3 Maiden Optional Claiming – $30,000 $12,500
Race 4 Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 5 Maiden Claiming – $5,000 $6,300
Race 6 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000
Race 7 Claiming – $6,250 $9,000
Race 8 Claiming – $3,000 $7,000