HASTING’S TOP 25 WINNING HORSE’S IN $US DOLLARS

Rank
Horse Name
Sts
1st
2nd
3rd
Total $
1 Daz Lin Dawn 3 3 0 0 $70,872
2 Modern 4 2 1 1 $65,180
3 Dear Lilly 3 2 1 0 $50,057
4 A. P. Zona 2 2 0 0 $44,810
5 Venetian Mask 4 1 2 1 $43,016
6 Victress 1 1 0 0 $35,287
7 Snuggles 3 1 1 0 $35,267
8 Sabado Alegre (CHI) 3 2 1 0 $26,496
9 B C Charlie 4 2 1 0 $26,232
10 Salzburg 4 2 0 0 $23,563
11 Driller 3 0 3 0 $22,262
12 Cherokee in Me 4 1 1 2 $22,237
13 Yukon Belle 3 1 1 1 $21,258
14 Rock Victor 1 1 0 0 $20,871
15 Zygo 4 3 1 0 $20,649
16 Sol Cat 4 1 2 0 $20,461
17 Distinctiv Passion 1 1 0 0 $20,375
18 Santa Fe Trail 5 2 0 0 $19,883
19 Imposing Cat 3 2 0 1 $19,761
20 Fall At Last 3 1 0 2 $19,695
21 Dashing Don 5 2 1 0 $18,812
22 Storm Stalker 3 2 1 0 $18,206
23 Eco Charge 4 1 1 1 $17,341
24 Omega Victory 6 2 0 0 $16,843
25 After the Conflict 4 1 2 1 $15,896

HASTINGS EXTRA’S FOR JULY 15TH

Extra Races For Saturday, July 15, 2017

(Entries Close on Wednesday, July 12, 2017)

X6 EXTRA RACE NO 6 CLAIMING

Purse $20,000. (Plus up to $1,800 in Participation Money) (Plus up to $5000 FOR BC BREDS) FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD Non-winners of a race since June 15 . 2 lbs. A Race Since May 15 4 lbs. CLAIMING PRICE $25,000, if for $22,500, allowed 3 lbs. (Races Where Entered For $16,000 Or Less Not Considered For Allowances)

SIX AND ONE HALF FURLONGS

 

X7 EXTRA RACE NO 7 CLAIMING

Purse $14,000. (Plus up to $2,100 in Participation Money)(Plus up to $3,500 for BC Breds) For Fillies And Mares Three Years Old and Upward Which Have Never Won Two Races or Or British Columbia Breds WhichHave Never Won Three Races. Three Year Olds 117 lbs. Older 122 lbs.  Non-winners Of A Race At A Mile Or Over Since June 15 2 lbs.  Such A Race Since May 15 4 lbs.  CLAIMING PRICE $16,000, if for $14,000, allowed 3 lbs.

ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH

 

X8 EXTRA RACE NO 8 MAIDEN CLAIMING

Purse $13,000. (Plus up to $1,500 in Participation Money)(Plus up to $3,250 for BC Breds) For Maidens, Two Years Old.  Weight 120 lbs. CLAIMING PRICE $16,000

THREE AND ONE HALF FURLONGS

 

X9 EXTRA RACE NO 9 MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT

Purse $20,000. For Maidens, Two Years Old.  Weight 120 lbs.  (If winner is a BC Bred the Owner and Breeder of the winning horse will each  receive a $5,000 Incentive Award. (Preference To Horses That Have Not Started For Less Than $20,000 In Their Last 3 Starts)

THREE AND ONE HALF FURLONGS

RICHARD YATES HASTINGS WRAP-UP FOR SUNDAY

Hastings Wrap-up For July 9

A perfect day for horse racing. Cloud cover to keep the heat down for the horses, a breeze to refresh them, a fast track to run on and some people to bet on their outcomes.  What more could you ask for?

The Richard Hamel Express just kept rolling. He won three on the day and Sahin Civaci had a pair.  Sabado Alegre ran a monster race in the feature, a 35K allowance optional claimer, to demonstrate to a field of recent and former stakes horses that you can drop but you cannot hide.  Shayla’s Rose used a 4K claimer to show that no matter how far you drop, somebody is waiting for you. 

Sabado Alegre

The feature was the seventh, a 35K allowance optional claimer for older horses. It was won with a stakes quality performance from Sabado Alegre ($6.10) who put away a field of his alleged peers by margins of 6 to 16 lengths while covering the mile-and-a-sixteenth in a very fast 1:43.43.  Lord Vancouver chased the winner much of the way but to less effect the further they went.  Shooting Jacket closed for third after being last for the first quarter.  It was the third of three wins for jockey Richard Hamel.  The first three finishers were in with a 35K tag but there were no takers.

Sabado Alegre is a Chilean bred son of Any Given Saturday who is by Distorted Humor. Any Given Saturday now resides in South Korea, hopefully well south of the DMZ.  Meanwhile, Sabado Alegre was in the Winner’s Circle for Les Hoggard and Bob Leffler.  Craig MacPherson trains Sabado Alegre who has now won three times and run second by a nose in the four times Hamel has ridden the horse for MacPherson.

Also Noteworthy:

Richard Hamel opened his triple with Jackson Teller ($3.60) in the second. Jackson Teller was 4 ½ lengths clear at the wire in an 8K maiden contest that required 1:46.56 for a mile-and-a-sixteenth.  The winner is owned by Ken Johnson and trained by Keith Pedersen.

Hamel’s other score came in the last when he got After the Conflict ($16.70) home in a $16,000 open claimer that drew some sharp mid-level older geldings. After the Conflict proved best in a 7-horse field that was separated by a total of 4 lengths from first to last.  Patty Leaney trains for owner U M A Racing Stables Ltd.  Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds bred the 7-year-old gelded son of Gilded Time in BC.

SHAYLA’S ROSE – MICHEAL BYE PHOTO

Sahin Civaci got his first two wins of the season. He started with Blue Storm Cloud ($20.10) in the first for owner Dairen Edwards and owner/trainer Deidre Bell.  The winner was giving a couple of pounds to the others but she out gamed them to win while wide to provide the day’s largest win payoff.

JACKSON TELLER – MICHAEL BYE PHOTO

Civaci got his second with a win on the warrior that is Shayla’s Rose ($7.00) who manages to bring it just about every time trainer Ted Hurt sends her over. Shayla’s Rose needed no more than 1:17.70 for the 6 ½ furlongs. That was plenty fast for $4,000 non-winners of the year types and shows, once again, what you can run into no matter the tag.  That time was roughly 3 lengths slower than 16K older geldings ran in the very salty eighth and last.

Trainer John Snow followed a double on Saturday with a win in Sunday’s fourth thanks to Devil in My Head ($17.40) breaking his maiden under newcomer Lenny Seecharan. Devil in My Head is owned by Wayne Oliver, Lee Rente, L. and S. Farms and Annalee Stable.  Seecharan began his riding career in Trinidad as a 19-year-old apprentice in 2015.  His twin brother was licensed at the same time.  Seecharan, who gets a 7-pound apprentice allowance, rode at 105 pounds.  His horse

Fire Boss ($9.00) wired a field of 25K maidens, all but one of them being three-years-old. Antonio Reyes rode the winner for trainer Barbara Heads.  Russell and Lois Bennett bred and own Fire Boss.

The sixth went to Discreet Country ($10.70) with Enrique Gonzalez up. Discreet Country, a Kentucky bred by Discreet Cat, is owned by Canmor Farms and Bud Malette.  Anita Bolton trains.

Richard Hamel maintained his recent return to the top of the rider leader board with a trifecta on Sunday to give him a total of 32 wins for the season. David Lopez with 29 and Enrique Gonzalez with 26 are still close in second and third.  Amadeo Perez has 18 and sits in fourth.  Silvino Morales rounds out the top 5, having won 13 times.

Philip Hall continues to top the trainer’s list with 17 wins. Mark Cloutier has 11 and Mike Anderson has 10 wins for the place and show positions.  John Snow’s three wins on the weekend give him 9 for the season and move him into a tie with Nancy Betts, Dino Condilenios and Greg Tracy.

North American Thoroughbred Horse Company Inc. remains the leading owner with 11 wins. North American, on its own and in various partnerships has won a total of 16 races.   Swift Thoroughbreds Inc. has won 9, two more than Peter Redekop B. C. Ltd.  The entities that are Russell and Lois Bennett and Mike Anderson and Terry Clyde have won 5 races thus far, good for fourth.  Rob and Sheena Maybin have 4 wins for the year.

HASTINGS WORKOUTS FOR SUNDAY

HASTINGS WORKERS PHOTO BY LISA THOMPSON
Sunday, July 9, 2017
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
2 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Chic Bird :24.00 H 1
Fashionable Gold :26.60 B 3
Misty Cape :24.80 HG 2
Unleashed :26.60 H 3
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
3 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

B Quick B Gone :37.00 H 5
Day Raider :37.40 H 8
Hansen’s Victory :39.80 H 13
Here’s Hannah :36.00 H 2
Jax On :36.40 HG 4
L’Orange :37.80 H 10
Mr. Speedy :38.20 H 11
Pan Handle :37.00 H 5
Postman :37.60 H 9
Seagrove Bay :38.40 B 12
Similkameen Luke :35.00 H 1
Texas Gold :37.00 H 5
Weekend Wizard :36.00 H 2
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
4 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

A. P. Zona :47.20 H 6
Ace Deuce :48.40 H 11
Another Guinness :48.80 H 17
Appellant :49.40 H 25
Bearslittlewhisper :48.60 H 13
Bequest :53.00 HG 48
Bistraya :50.60 B 38
Boundary Bay :48.60 H 13
Brass and Gold :48.60 H 13
Champagne Waltz :48.80 H 17
Citron Kid :48.20 H 9
Coal Harbour :49.80 H 33
Desi :51.20 B 42
Driller :46.40 H 2
English Bay :49.40 HG 25
Extramarital :49.40 H 25
Fear of the Cat :52.40 HG 44
Fireman :49.40 H 25
First Summer :49.60 H 32
Flaming Youth :52.80 B 47
Gato Del Mar :50.60 HG 38
Gimme Some Slack :49.80 H 33
He’s a Beast :51.00 B 40
Herecomesakiss :49.40 H 25
Jazz Lady :46.20 H 1
Kelson :48.80 H 17
La Rondine :48.40 H 11
Lady Cash :47.00 H 5
Linda Honey :52.60 HG 45
Locked and Loaded :49.00 HG 23
Lucynme :48.80 H 17
Luxor Lady :49.00 H 23
Mori Girl :52.60 HG 45
My Aunt Mo :49.40 H 25
Nightly Pleasure :49.80 HG 33
Omi :48.00 H 7
Payment Plan :48.20 H 9
Princess Katie :52.00 B 43
Rogerio :49.40 H 25
S. L. Express :51.00 H 40
Sargent Rick :46.80 H 4
Shadow Dancer :53.00 B 48
Sheri Sugar Rush :48.60 H 13
Sheriff Clarke :48.80 H 17
Sir Barclay :46.40 H 2
Speculator :53.00 H 48
Sunset Drive :48.00 H 7
Sweet Home :48.80 H 17
Texas Alley Kat :50.20 H 36
Titus Command :50.20 HG 36
HASTINGS RACECOURSE — (Dirt) Track Fast
5 Furlongs
Horse Time Rank

Adams River Run 1:01.60 H 7
B C Charlie 1:01.00 H 3
Bama 1:04.00 H 28
Barkeeper 1:01.80 H 8
Brechin’s Command 1:02.60 HG 21
Cape Lite 1:02.20 H 16
Cheeky Purchase 1:01.80 H 8
Crazy Prophet 1:00.20 H 2
Cruise Dancer 1:01.20 H 5
Fastology 1:01.20 H 5
Fluctuation 1:02.20 HG 16
Irish Commander 1:02.20 H 16
Little Bones 1:02.60 H 21
Milsean 1:02.40 H 19
Off the Top 1:02.60 H 21
Parsimonious 1:02.40 H 19
Raider 1:02.00 HG 14
Red Denim 1:03.00 H 24
Run Harvey Run 1:01.80 H 8
Seven Feathers 1:01.80 HG 8
Sharp Contrast 1:01.80 H 8
Slew’s Da Boss 1:03.80 H 26
Strate Remark :59.00 H 1
Suzette 1:02.00 HG 14
Taylors Deal 1:01.00 H 3
Texas Kid 1:03.00 H 24
The Chances R 1:03.80 H 26
Yukon Belle 1:01.80 H 8

Hastings Daily Results and Activity

Results

Sunday, July 9
Race# Race Type Purse
Race 1 Claiming – $4,000 $12,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 2 Maiden Claiming – $8,000 $12,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 3 Maiden Claiming – $25,000 $17,500 Overnight Overnight
Race 4 Maiden Claiming – $4,000 $11,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 5 Claiming – $4,000 $12,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 6 Claiming – $4,000 $12,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 7 Allowance Optional Claiming – $35,000 $27,000 Overnight Overnight
Race 8 Claiming – $16,000 $16,000 Overnight Overnight

 

Stakes Nominations and Handicap Weights Posted Today

 

Race Date Stakes Name Nominations Handicap Weights
07/15/2017
Supernaturel H.
Overnight
Overnight
07/16/2017
Chris Loseth H.
Overnight
Overnight
07/16/2017
Spaghetti Mouse S.
Overnight

MARIO WATCH

Mario Gutierrez
Entries
July 13Los Alamitos Race Course

Irish Dame Wgt-123 Race 3 Claiming $20,000
Hit the Seam Wgt-122 Race 8 Maiden Special Weight
July 14Los Alamitos Race Course

Have Some Pride Wgt-120 Race 3 Maiden Claiming $20,000

Results
July 9 – Los Alamitos Race Course
Chrisiscookin finished 2nd beaten 2 1/4 lengths Race 4 Chart
Helen’s Tiger finished 5th beaten 12 3/4 lengths Race 6 Chart
Ann Arbor Eddie finished 1st by 1 3/4 lengths Race 8 Chart
Alcalde finished 6th beaten 9 lengths Race 9 Chart

EMERALD DOWNS WRAP-UP FOR SUNDAY

Monydontspenitself and Juan Gutierrez

MONYDONTSPENITSELF SHINES IN SUNDAY FEATURE

AUBURN, Wash. (July 9, 2017) – Monydontspenitself gained the lead into the lane and powered home for a 3 ¾-length victory over Aberdeen Island in the $18,500 Muckleshoot Casino Purse for 3-year-olds Sunday at Emerald Downs.

With Juan Gutierrez riding his third winner on the card, Monydontspenitself ran 6 ½ furlongs in a very fast 1:14.68 and paid $13.60, $5.80 and $4.80. Kay Cooper is the winning trainer for Where We At, a syndicate headed by Paul Heist of Auburn and Jack Fabulich of Edgewood.

A Kentucky-bred by Street Boss-Precious Princess, Monydontspenitself sold for $115,000 at the 2015 Keeneland September Yearling Sale and showed good ability to win his lone start as a 2-year-old before finishing second to stakes winner Keller’s Gold in his 2017 debut.

Monydontspenitself finished off the board in two subsequent starts, the Auburn Stakes and Coca-Cola Stakes, but Sunday’s outing hinted that big things are in store.

Rallying three-wide around Battle Point Red and Aberdeen Island, Monydontspenitself gained command three-sixteenths from home and proved much the best Sunday, improving to 2-1-0 in five starts with earnings of $24,450.

Aberdeen Island, ridden by Julien Couton, won the pace battle with Battle Point Red, but lost the war to Monydontspenitself. Another of the many talented runners owned by Peter Redekop and trained by Blaine Wright, Aberdeen Island paid $3.80 and $3.20.

Double A. Prospect, a 38-to-1 long shot ridden by Erick Lopez, finished third and paid $13.20 to show, while Sure Sweet, Pulpits Power, Gravel. Battle Point Red, Atta Boy Dougie and Shot Gun Gary completed the order of finish.

Battle Point Red, a maiden bet down to 8-to-5 favoritism, gave way after dueling through fractions of :21.93 and :44.15 and finished seventh.

Cooper said Monydontspenitself is pointed toward the $75,000 Emerald Downs Derby in three weeks.

Booker and Jaclyn Tucker

NOTES: Couton also rode three winners Sunday including the nightcap on 6-year-old mare Rockport Birdie ($7.60), who won her fourth straight and joined Jerre to Carrie as the meet’s only four-time winners. . .

A couple of racing veterans combined for the win in Sunday’s sixth race as 10-year-old gelding Trelawny ($5.80) prevailed for 89-year-old trainer Bob Meeking. A Florida-bred by Three Wonders, Trelawny has 18 wins, over $500,000 in earnings, and has raced for 14 different trainers in a 72-race career that began Nov. 7, 2009 at Woodbine. . .

Jockey Eliska Kubinova was off her mounts Sunday due to body soreness after a starting gate mishap in Saturday’s fourth race. . .

Barkley, six furlongs in 1:11/40, and Stryker Phd, five furlongs in 1:01.20, both logged their final workouts for next Sunday’s $50,000 Mt. Rainier Stakes for 3-year-olds and up. At 1 1/16 miles, the Mt. Rainier is the final local prep for next month’s $200,000 Longacres Mile (G3). . .

Sunday also featured the annual Wiener Dog & Wiener Wannabe Races at Emerald Downs. Booker, owned by Jaclyn Tucker of Seattle, romped in the Wiener Dog Final, and Murphy, owned by Marisa Clark, easily captured the Wiener Wannabe Final. Booker won a championship trophy while Tucker received two tickets to the Seahawks-Houston Texans game on October 29. . .. .

Live racing resumes Friday with first post 6:30 p.m.