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Life is Good On Track for San Felipe


Monday, February 15, 2021 at 3:48 pm |
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China Horse Club and WinStar Farm’s Life is Good (Into Mischief) tuned up for an expected start in the Mar. 6 GII San Felipe S. with a five-furlong work in 1:00.80 (4/33) at Santa Anita Monday morning.
“He went extremely well,”  trainer Bob Baffert said of the 3-year-old colt.
Tabbed a ‘TDN Rising Star’ following a debut win at Del Mar last November, Life is Good is now two-for-two after opening his sophomore campaign with a win in the Jan. 2 GIII Sham S.

Also working Monday from the Baffert barn, Freedom Fighter (Violence) went four furlongs in :48.60 (11/66). The 3-year-old colt, a first-out victor at Del Mar last August, returned to finish second in the Feb. 6 GII San Vicente S. He is expected to make his next start in the Mar. 6 GIII Gotham S. at Aqueduct.
Both the San Felipe and the Gotham offer 50 Kentucky Derby qualifying points to the winner, and 20, 10, five to the horses finishing second through fourth.
The Baffert-trained Gamine (Into Mischief), recently crowned Eclipse champion female sprinter, also worked Monday at Santa Anita, covering four furlongs in an easy :50.20 (48/66). The 4-year-old was most recently seen winning the GI Breeders’ Cup F/M Sprint.
In other news from Santa Anita, the Arcadia track announced Monday that it has increased the purse of the China Doll S. to be run Mar. 6 from $75,000 to $100,000. Santa Anita will also raise purses on all overnight races on that day’s Big ‘Cap card by $15,000 per race.

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Going Global

Mehmas Filly Flies Home in Sweet Life


The Phil D’Amato barn continued its hot streak with European imports in turf sprints as Going Global (Ire) (Mehmas Ire) uncorked a powerful rally to take Sunday’s GIII Sweet Life S. at Santa Anita. Fourth in her best of three turf tries for Mick Halford in her native country, the bay broke through over seven furlongs of all-weather at Dundalk Nov. 11 before being acquired privately. She was let go at 8-1 in a full and competitive field despite her trainer’s excellent numbers with European acquisitions, including four wins from his last four starts in the category. Finding a foothold at the fence and off the pace as Five Pics Please (Cinco Charlie) sped clear, Going Global made her move into a :44.16 half. She still had work to do as the frontrunner threatened to complete her theft, but Flavien Prat got her out in the clear with a sixteenth to race and she zoomed home to get up in the shadow of the wire. Nimbostratus (Fr) (Wootton Bassett GB) filled out the trifecta for some of the same owners as the winner.
Sunday, Santa Anita ParkSWEET LIFE S.-GIII, $103,500, Santa Anita, 2-14, 3yo, f, 6fT, 1:07.68, fm.1–GOING GLOBAL (IRE), 122, f, 3, by Mehmas (Ire)                1st Dam: Wrood, by Invasor (Arg)                2nd Dam: Ras Shaikh, by Sheikh Albadou (GB)                3rd Dam: Aneesati (GB), by Kris (GB)1ST BLACK- TYPE WIN, 1ST GRADED STAKES WIN. (€15,500Ylg ’19 GOFSPT). O-CYBT, Saul Gevertz, Michael Nentwig & RayPagano; B-N. Hartery (IRE); T-Philip D’Amato; J-Flavien Prat.$60,000. Lifetime Record: 5-2-0-0, $68,792. Werk Nick Rating:   D+. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.2–Five Pics Please, 122, f, 3, Cinco Charlie–No Pictures Please,by Congrats. O-Desert Sun Stables; B-Larry L. Caudill DVM (KY);T-John W. Sadler. $20,000.3–Nimbostratus (Fr), 122, f, 3, Wootton Bassett (GB)–BahamaSpirit (Ire), by Invincible Spirit (Ire). (£65,000 Ylg ’19 GOFFPR).O-Altamira Racing Stable, CYBT, Marc Lantzman & MichaelNentwig; B-Laundry Cottage Stud (FR); T-Peter Miller. $12,000.Margins: HF, 3/4, 2HF. Odds: 8.90, 9.70, 6.40.Also Ran: Majestic Steps (Ire), Squared Shady, I’m So Anna, Plum Sexy, Freedom Flyer, Royal Address (Ire), Magical Thought, Go Greta (GB), Pizzazz. Click for the Equibase.com chart, the TJCIS.com PPs or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.
“I watched her last race and you could see she could run,” Prat offered. “Phil talked to me this morning and said they really like her. She’s a little tough, likes to do things her way, but she was very professional.”

“She trained very well,” said D’Amato, who won last week’s Baffle S. for the boys with Earls Rock (Ire) (Fascinating Rock Ire) and the Clocker’s Corner S. Jan. 24 with Gregorian Chant (GB) (Gregorian Ire) for another partnership that includes Michael Nentwig. “We were trying to point for an allowance race for the last couple weeks and it didn’t come. It was just one of those things. She trained well enough to where I thought she merited a chance in here. So, either run or wait a while until the allowance goes. Luckily, we were able to get Flavien here and a beautiful trip. I think the sky is the limit for this filly.”
D’Amato added that, with Prat telling him that she should stretch out, his team would look at upcoming two-turn stakes for Going Global.
Nentwig was on hand to celebrate the win, and said: “Any time you step out and you pay a decent amount of money for a horse from Europe that you’ve only seen run on tape, you kind of put yourself out there and I have to kind of convince the partners that it’s the right thing to do. Phil was very confident in the filly over there. I want to thank Niall [Dalton]. Without him, we wouldn’t have the filly. I’m thrilled for everyone…it’s a great win for the team.”
Pedigree Notes: Tally-Ho Stud’s Mehmas dominated among last year’s crop of European freshman (Click for more), and is now responsible for six stakes winners (three group or graded), including G1 Newmarket Middle Park S. hero Supremacy (Ire) and Quattroelle (Ire), winner of this venue’s one-mile Blue Norther S. here on New Year’s Eve. Another Mehmas filly was beaten a neck in October’s Surfer Girl S. here.
Going Global is the second graded winner and fourth stakes winner out of a mare by Hall of Famer Invasor (Arg), who now stands in Uruguay after limited Stateside success.
The winner’s dam Wrood, also conditioned by Halford, was a two-time winner over 10 panels of Lingfield Polytrack. The half to GSW Racer Forever (Rahy) has a 2-year-old colt by Profitable (Ire) and a yearling filly by U S Navy Flag.

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Fair Maiden Makes 2021 Bow in Santa Monica


Friday, February 12, 2021 at 10:00 am |
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Fair Maiden (Street Boss), last seen scoring a breakthrough win in the GI La Brea S. Dec. 26, makes her seasonal bow Saturday in the GII Santa Monica S. in Arcadia. Running on synthetic and turf during her five-race juvenile campaign, including a black-type score at Woodbine, the Godolphin homebred kicked off 2020 with a convincing optional claimer score in her first try on dirt at Churchill in September. Fourth to the re-opposing Merneith (American Pharoah) next out in Keeneland’s Qatar Fort Springs S. Nov. 7, the chestnut rallied four wide for a decisive victory in the La Brea, finishing 2 1/4 lengths clear of Golden Principal (Constitution).
Merneith and Golden Principal make up two-thirds of the Bob Baffert contingent in this event. Merneith beat Golden Principal by 3 1/4 lengths in a six-panel optional claimer at Santa Anita Oct. 11 prior to her Keeneland victory and was third in the La Brea. In between that Oct. 11 test and the La Brea, Golden Principal captured a one-mile optional claimer at Del Mar Nov. 27. Rounding out the Baffert trio is Qahira (Cairo Prince). Run down late and forced to settle for second in the local GIII Chillingworth S. in September, the bay won the Kalookian Queen S. here last time Jan. 10.
Grade I winner Hard Not to Love (Hard Spun) looks to defend her title after taking last year’s renewal of this test. The ‘TDN Rising Star’ has been winless since, but did place four graded events last term, most recently finishing third in the GIII La Canada S. Jan. 9.

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Seven-Figure Bonus For California Big-Race Sweep


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Officials at Santa Anita Park and the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club have announced the creation of the ‘Wild West Bonus’ offering a $1-million payday to the connections of any horse that is able to win the $400,000 GI Santa Anita H. Mar. 6, the $300,000 GI Gold Cup at Santa Anita May 31 and the $750,000 GI TVG Pacific Classic at Del Mar Aug. 21. Any horse that manages a sweep would take home a total of $1,870,000.
Each of the three events is contested over the Classic distance of a mile and a quarter. The Big ‘Cap is open to 4-year-olds and up, while the Gold Cup and Pacific Classic are open to horses three year olds and upward.
Santa Anita officials also announced that the purse for the China Doll S., a one-mile turf event restricted to 3-year-old fillies, will be raised by 33% to $100,000. The China Doll S. is one of five stakes on Big ‘Cap day, four of which are graded.

Overnight races on the Mar. 6 undercard will see their purses increased by $15,000 each, an effort to ensure large fields and to reward owners and trainers that continue to support the local racing product on its biggest days.
For additional information on the ‘Wild West Bonus,’ contact the Santa Anita racing office at (626) 574-6352.

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Twirling Candy Colt Rallies to Rising Stardom as Bezos Fails to Deliver


Sunday, February 7, 2021 at 4:41 pm |
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Dream Shake | Benoit Photo

DREAM SHAKE (c, 3, Twirling Candy–Even Song, by Street Cry Ire), completely ignored at 20-1 while facing an extremely tough-looking group of Santa Anita sophomores led by Bob Baffert hype horse Bezos (Empire Maker), whipped around the turn and ran up the score to snag ‘TDN Rising Star’ honors. The dark bay, who was a $32,000 KEESEP yearling turned $75,000 OBSAPR buy off a :10.1 breeze, sported  an unassuming worktab on paper capped by a 1:01 flat (11/64) spin a week earlier (XBTV video) for a typically patient barn. Away well from his outside draw, Dream Shake was outsprinted by almost all of them early as Baffert’s other runner Tivoli Twirl (Twirling Candy) showed the way with Bezos not far behind. He began to inch closer while four deep around the turn, and had caught up to the leaders as a :46.19 half was posted. The early pacesetters came up empty in the lane, but Dream Shake continued to kick on powerfully, scampering away some five lengths to the good over second timer Harbored Memories (Harbor the Gold). The winning time was 1:17.34. Dream Shake is a grandson of GSW Brownie Points (Forest Wildcat), who also produced MGSW near millionaire Synchrony (Tapit) and GSW Chocolate Kisses (Candy Ride Arg). Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0.O-Exline-Border Racing LLC, SAF Racing & Richard Hausman. B-Dunwoody Farm (Ky). T-Peter Eurton.

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Street Sense ‘Rising Star’ Gets the ‘Bob’ as Baffert Completes San Vicente Exacta

Street Sense ‘Rising Star’ Gets the ‘Bob’ as Baffert Completes San Vicente Exacta

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Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 6:29 pm |
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Concert Tour breaking his maiden | Benoit Photo

‘TDN Rising Star’ CONCERT TOUR (c, 3, Street Sense–Purse Strings, by Tapit) chased the pace and eventually wore down his game stablemate Freedom Fighter (Violence) to provide Bob Baffert with his record 11th GII San Vicente S. title and second in as many years. A 3 1/2-length debut winner Jan. 15, the 2-5 shot stopped the clock in 1:24.06. O/B-Gary & Mary West (Ky). T-Bob Baffert.

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Concert Tour Steps Up in San Vicente


Friday, February 5, 2021 at 3:20 pm |
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Gary and Mary West’s homebred Concert Tour (Street Sense), tabbed a ‘TDN Rising Star’ following an effortless debut victory, steps right up to graded stakes company in the seven-furlong GII San Vicente S. at Santa Anita Saturday. The Bob Baffert trainee wired the field by 3 1/2 lengths while going six furlongs at Santa Anita Jan. 15 and looks like he’ll relish added distance.
Baffert, who has won the San Vicente a record 10 times, also sends out Freedom Fighter (Violence). The dark bay colt just held on after setting the pace in his five-furlong bow at Del Mar, but has not been seen since that Aug. 1 effort. He returns to action with a pair of bullet works under his belt, most recently a four-furlong drill in :46 4/5 (1/51) at Santa Anita Monday.
“Going seven-eighths is a tough distance,” Baffert said, “but he’s quick and he’s had good works. He broke his maiden first out and then we had to back off him, but he’s doing well.”

Another entering the San Vicente off an impressive debut win is The Chosen Vron (Vronsky). Trained by Eric Kruljac, the chestnut gelding defeated state-bred foes by 6 3/4 lengths in his 6 1/2-furlong unveiling at Santa Anita Dec. 27.

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Kalypso Looks to Double Up in Las Virgenes


Friday, February 5, 2021 at 3:30 pm |
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David Bernsen, LLC and Rockingham Ranch’s Kalypso (Brody’s Cause) will look for a second straight score when she goes postward against four foes in the one-mile GIII Las Virgenes S. at Santa Anita Saturday. The chestnut filly won the six-furlong Anoakia S. in Arcadia last October and was second when stretched to 1 1/16 miles in the Dec. 5 GI Starlet S. at Los Alamitos. Cut back to seven furlongs, the Bob Baffert trainee scored by 1 3/4 lengths in the Jan. 3 GII Santa Ynez S.
Richard Mandella sends out impressive maiden winner Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro), who scored by three lengths in her first try at two turns at Los Alamitos Dec. 13. Second in that one-mile event was Frosteria (Frosted), who returned to be second again in the Santa Ynez.
Third in that Dec. 13 Los Al maiden was debuting Moraz (Empire Maker). The Don Alberto homebred returned to air by 11 lengths in a one-mile special weight at Santa Anita Jan. 8.

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Masteroffoxhounds

Six Go Postward in Delayed San Marcos


Friday, February 5, 2021 at 3:40 pm |
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A field of six, led by Acclimate (Acclamation) and Masteroffoxhounds (War Front), goes postward in the GII San Marcos S. Saturday at Santa Anita. The 1 1/4-mile turf race had originally been scheduled for Jan. 30, but was pushed back to avoid the winter rainstorm which hit Arcadia a week ago.
Rockingham Ranch’s Masteroffoxhounds will be making his third stateside appearance in the San Marcos. The bay colt, a maiden winner in Ireland last summer, was seventh going one mile in his U.S. debut last November. He powered home to a 4 1/4-length victory in a 1 3/8-mile optional claimer at Del Mar Nov. 28 in his most recent start.
Acclimate won the 2019 GIII San Juan Capistrano S. and GII Del Mar H. and was second over the San Marcos course and distance in that year’s GII John Henry Turf Classic. He made only one start in 2020, finishing fourth in the Nov. 27 GII Hollywood Turf Cup, and he was third as the 9-5 favorite in his 2021 debut while facing fellow Cal-breds in the nine-furlong Unusual Heat Turf Classic S. Jan. 16.

“It’s a rather quick comeback for Acclimate, but I had this race in the back of my mind for him,” said trainer Phil D’Amato. “It was hard to pass up $200 grand against Cal-breds [in the Unusual Heat], but at the same he’s coming back at a distance he prefers [in the San Marcos]. I always had this race planned for him, if he came out of the Unusual Heat in good shape, and he really has, so we’ll look to wheel him back going a mile and a quarter.”
D’Amato will also saddle Salvator Mundi (Artie Schiller) in the San Marcos. Claimed for $40,000 at Keeneland in September of 2019 has won twice in seven starts since for D’Amato. The 5-year-old gelding was most recently third in a one-mile optional claimer at Santa Anita Jan. 8 and he will be making his third stakes appearance Saturday.
“He’s just kind of learning where he needs to be placed to be most effective,” D’Amato said of Salvator Mundi, who stalked the pace before weakening to finish sixth in the GII John Henry Turf Classic last September. “I think he merits another chance at a 1 1/4 miles for sure, the way he’s come out of that race.”

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Over the Moon for Saturday’s Las Virgenes


With Horse of the Year Authentic (Into Mischief) off to the breeding shed to stand alongside his superstar sire at Spendthrift Farm, how do you follow up on a 2020 season that included wins in the GI Kentucky Derby and GI Breeders’ Cup Classic?
For Michael Behrens’s budding MyRacehorse microshare partnership and B. Wayne Hughes’s Spendthrift Farm, having a promising filly on the GI Kentucky Oaks trail is certainly a good place to begin.
Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro), a visually impressive maiden winner for Hall of Famer Richard Mandella in her two-turn debut going a mile at Los Alamitos Dec. 13 (video), kicks off her sophomore campaign versus four rivals in Saturday’s GIII Las Virgenes S. at Santa Anita. The one-mile contest offers 10-4-2-1 qualifying points on the road to the Kentucky Oaks.

“It’s a tough act to follow,” MyRacehorse’s Racing Operations and Owner Experience Manager Joe Mishak said. “We always want to provide the shareholders with exciting times to look forward to. You want to be on the Classic trail, and to have a filly like this, makes it exciting.”
Moonlight d’Oro first caught the eye splitting horses in deep stretch after getting outsprinted early to finish an educational second as the 3-5 chalk on debut last summer at Del Mar Aug. 2 (Second Chances). She ran well in defeat once again second out, completing the trifecta going six furlongs at Del Mar Nov. 7.
Her stalk-and-pounce, three-length maiden victory–good for a very strong 87 Beyer Speed Figure–was further flattered when distant third-place finisher that day Moraz (Empire Maker) resurfaced with a blowout maiden win of her own in Arcadia Jan. 8. Moraz re-opposes in the Las Virgenes.
“We’re really excited,” Mishak said. “She definitely executed the two sprints to a route perfectly. It all came together in that third race where she was forwardly placed and was push button when Flavien [Prat] asked her on the far turn. We’ve had this one circled on the calendar for a while now. Obviously, we’re all highly anticipating her stakes debut.”
Bred in Kentucky by Stonehaven Steadings, the $620,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase is a half-sister to the juvenile graded stakes-placed Olive Branch (Speightstown). Moonlight d’Oro’s winning dam Venetian Sonata (Bernardini) is a full-sister to GSW Wilburn and SW & GSP La Appassionata and a half-sister to GSW Beethoven (Sky Mesa).
Moonlight d’Oro’s worktab–highlighted by a five-furlong move in 1:00.40 (2/32) Jan. 20 and a six-furlong bullet in 1:12.60 (1/6) Jan. 27–includes some in company experience with the three-time, graded stakes-placed 6-year-old mare and ‘TDN Rising Star’ Amuse (Medaglia d’Oro).
“She’s trained superb,” Mishak said. “Everything that Team Mandella has thrown at her, she’s passed with flying colors. She’s super eager in her training. He gave her a little bit of time off after that maiden win–just a few weeks to decompress and get a little breather–and she picked up right where she left off. With the eyes on the prize, hopefully, we have a long spring campaign ahead of us.”
In addition to co-owners Madaket Stables and Starlight Racing, no fewer than 5,314 shareholders were in on Authentic. The ownership experience with MyRacehorse is also designed to be an educational one, per Mishak.
“The cool thing about Moonlight d’Oro and her shareholders is that we packaged her in a group of four fillies to teach about diversification and show why that strategy is so important,” he said. “If you own one horse, and hey, it turns out to be Authentic, great. You really hit a homerun. But in all probability, you’re going to run into some difficulties that come along with horse ownership. The three other fillies in the group had some minor 2-year-old hiccups and we had to send them to the farm. Moonlight’s been the bright spot of the bunch and has been getting people excited, and now those other fillies are making their comebacks as well.”
Along with the continued support of the high-powered Spendthrift operation, MyRacehorse re-loaded at the yearling sales last fall, purchasing 14 head ($3.355 million total) at Keeneland September, led by a $600,000 Into Mischief colt. MyRacehorse also spread out another $850,000 on three yearlings at the Fasig-Tipton Showcase, with a $450,000 Into Mischief colt at the forefront.
MyRacehorse and Spendthrift Farm also campaign MGSP 4-year-old Tizamagician (Tiznow), runner-up in last weekend’s GII San Pasqual S.
“We had 17 yearlings that we purchased right off the heels of Authentic and it was met with so much enthusiasm where it was sold out very quickly within the matter of days,” Mishak said. “There’s still a very big appetite and demand for shares in horses and getting into ownership.”
Mishak concluded with a laugh, “I think the shareholders are literally over the moon, pun intended.”

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