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									                                              MONDAY, MAY 21, 2012
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  Singapore=s Kranji Racecourse hosted a pair of                GI Kentucky Derby hero I=ll Have Another (Flower
international events Sunday night, with French invader        Alley), who handed the speedy Bodemeister (Empire
                                    Chinchon (Ire)            Maker) his second consecutive defeat in Saturday=s
                                    (Marju {Ire}) claiming    GI Preakness S. at Pimlico,
                                    the marquee               was boarded onto a New
                                    S$3-million               York-bound van at 9:05
                                    G1 Singapore              a.m. Sunday morning.
                                    Airlines International    Trying to annex the Triple
                                    Cup and locally           Crown with a win in the
                                    based Ato (SAf)           June 9 GI Belmont S., the
                                    (Royal Academy)           GI Santa Anita Derby
                                    coming up trumps in       winner exited his latest
                   Chinchon         the S$1-million           score in good order,
        Liesl King/ThoroughbredNEWS
                                    G1 KrisFlyer Sprint.      according to trainer Doug
                                    It was an emotional       O=Neill. AHe looked great,@
win for the connections of Chinchon, whose trainer            O=Neill said. AHe had licked
Carlos Laffon-Parias flew back to Seville Friday night        his feed tub. Once we
following the death of his father. AThis is for Carlos. We    cleaned the poultice off,
are all thinking of him now,@ said his wife Patricia. AWe     his legs were ice cold. He
are very very happy Chinchon won, but it=s also sad           had good energy.@                    I’ll Have Another
he=s not here to celebrate with us.@ Cont. p3                   While gallant in defeat,              J McCue/MJC
                                                              Bodemeister, who was on a plane back to California
LA BELLA DONNA                                                Sunday, is expected to bypass the Belmont, according
   Sunday Racing=s Gentildonna (Jpn) (Deep Impact             to his trainer Bob Baffert yesterday. AI=ve had enough,@
{Jpn}) annexed her second straight Classic with a sharp       quipped Baffert, adding, AHe was actually pretty happy
turn of foot in the G1 Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks)           today. He ate up, got on a plane and headed back to
yesterday in Tokyo. The bay filly defeated Verxina (Jpn)      California. He came out of it really well.@ Cont. p8
(Deep Impact {Jpn}) by a half-length in the G1 Oka Sho
Apr. 8 at Hanshin, and was five lengths clear of her
rival while stretching out to 2400 meters. She stopped
the clock in 2:23.60, establishing a new stakes record.
Unhurried in the early stages, Gentildonna swept into
contention up the center of the course and, despite
drifting out slightly, stamped her authority in imperious
fashion. Cont. p4

   Frankel (GB) (Galileo {Ire}) has emerged from
Saturday=s sensational G1 Lockinge S. success without
any hitches, connections reported yesterday. While the
Newbury race was the first time Khalid Abdullah's colt
had raced since his injury scare last month, he was
showing no ill-effects a day after his highly impressive
five-length victory. The owner-breeder=s Racing
Manager Teddy Grimthorpe told PA Sport yesterday,
AObviously, we were a bit apprehensive after the injury
scare, but he=s done it really nicely so we=re delighted.
I=ve spoken to Sir Henry this morning and the horse is
fine and very pleased with himself. All being well, it will
be Ascot next. I would think the [June 19] G1 Queen
Anne S. would be the most likely race.@
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TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 3 of 13 •

Cont. from p1                                                  The start was delayed a bit when Godolphin=s City
                                                            Style (City Zip) became fractious, then refused to enter
Sunday, Kranji, Singapore                                   the stalls before being scratched. With Flax making the
SINGAPORE AIRLINES INTERNATIONAL CUP-G1,                    running, Chinchon settled into a ground-saving spot in
S$3,000,000 (US$2,352,572), Kranji, 5-20, 3yo/up,           midpack. Jockey Olivier Doleuze angled him off the
2000mT, 2:04.43, sf.                                        fence entering the stretch, and the 7-year-old came
1--CHINCHON (IRE), 126, h, 7, by Marju (Ire)                through between rivals on his way to the big prize.
      1st Dam: Jarama (Ire), by Hector Protector               AI took the risk to be on the inside during the race and
      2nd Dam: Tijuana Tango, by Tejano                     Felix [Coetzee, aboard California Memory] improved in
      3rd Dam: Northern Prancer, by Northern Dancer         front of me and took me into the race and we could
   O-SARL Darpat France; B-Zubieta Ltd; T-Carlos            finish off well,@ said Doleuze. AWith the cut out of the
   Laffon-Parias; J-Olivier Doleuze; S$1,372,500.           ground, it made a big difference and he was travelling
   Lifetime Record: GISW-US, MGSW-Fr, 27-7-4-4,             like the winner the whole way. In the straight, once I
   $2,442,924. Werk Nick Rating: B+.                        was able to switch him out to the outside, he
   Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.          accelerated very strongly.@
2--Zaidan, 126, g, 4, Street Cry (Ire)--Element of Truth,
   by Atticus. ($200,000 yrl >09 KEESEP). O-Cheng           Sunday, Kranji, Singapore
   Keung Fai; B-Stratford Place Stud; T-John Moore.         KRISFLYER INTERNATIONAL SPRINT-G1, S$1,000,000
   S$480,000.                                               (US$784,190), Kranji, 5-20, 3yo/up, 1200mT, 1:10.57, sf.
3--Flax (SAf), 126, g, 5, Silvano (Ger)--Bejewelled         1--ATO (SAF), 126, c, 4, by Royal Academy
   Spring (SAf), by Elliodor (Fr). (R230,000 2yo >08                   1st Dam: Another Legend (GSW-US, $322,006),
   BSANS). O-Newbury Racing Stable; B-Maine Chance                               by Lyphard=s Wish (Fr)
   Farms Pty Ltd; T-David Hill. S$240,000.                        2nd Dam: Packer Legend, by Lombardi
Margins: 3, HF, 2 3/4. Odds: 4.80, 9.20, 10.80.                   3rd Dam: Explodable, by Explodent
Also Ran: Zazou (Ger), El Dorado (Jpn), New Rose               (R850,000 yrl >09 BSANYS). O-Newbury Racing
Wood (Aus), California Memory, Dream Peace (Ire),              Stable; B-Maine Chance Farms Pty Ltd; T-Patrick
Thumbs Up (NZ), Speed Baby (Aus), Waikato (NZ).                Shaw; J-Barend Vorster; S$457,500. Lifetime
Scratched: Always Certain (Aus), City Style.                   Record: 20-7-6-2, $875,239. *1/2 to Another Giant
Click for the Racing Post chart or the free        (Aus) (Giant=s Causeway), GSP-SAf. Werk Nick
catalogue-style pedigree. Clck for the STC video replay.       Rating: B. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
   Chinchon, who began his career in France, took his       2--Mr. Big (Aus), 124, g, 3, Elusive Quality--Basamaat
show on the road in 2010 by annexing the GI United             (Ire), by Danehill. O-O&T Stable; B-Shadwell Stud
Nations S. at Monmouth Park, and built up his frequent         Australasia Ltd; T-M Freedman. S$160,000.
flyer account last season. Fifth in the G1 Dubai Sheema     3--Secret Asset (Ire), 126, g, 7, Clodovil (Ire)--Skerray
Classic at Meydan, the bay filled the same spot behind         (GB), by Soviet Star. (5,000gns yrl >06 TATDEC;
Gitano Hernando (GB) (Hernando {Fr}) in this event two         15,000gns HRA >09 TATAUT). O-Simon & Jeanette
months later. He missed by a half-length when                  Pierpont & Paul Salisbury; B-Mrs C Hartery; T-Jane
attempting his title defense in the United Nations last        Chapple-Hyam. S$80,000.
July, and was given the rest of the year off. After         Margins: 1HF, 1 1/4, 1 3/4. Odds: 16.00, 7.80, 12.60.
kicking off 2012 with a victory in the G3 Prix Exbury at    Also Ran: Captain Obvious (Aus), Krypton Factor (GB), Better Be the One
Saint-Cloud Mar. 17, Chinchon travelled to Sha Tin and      (Aus), Invincible Ash (Ire), Perfect Pins (NZ), Yin Xin (NZ).
wound up eighth in the G1 Audemars Piguet QEII Cup          Click for the Racing Post chart or the free
Apr. 29.                                                    catalogue-style pedigree. Clck for the STC video replay.

Photos by Liesl King/ThoroughbredNews
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 4 of 13 •

Krisflyer International Sprint cont.                                  Sunday, Tokyo, Japan
                                                                      YUSHUN HIMBA (JAPANESE OAKS)-G1,
  Trainer Patrick Shaw saddled Rocket Man (Aus)                       -225,520,000 (US$2,527,000), Tokyo, 5-20, 3yo, f,
(Viscount {Aus}) to capture this event last year, but                 2400mT, 2:23.60, fm.
that champion came up with an injury last week and                    1--GENTILDONNA (JPN), 121, f, 3, by Deep Impact (Jpn)
was unable to defend his title. Shaw had an able                            1st Dam: Donna Blini (GB) (G1SW-GB, $312,231), by Bertolini
deputy in Ato, however, and found his way back to the                       2nd Dam: Cal Norma=s Lady (Ire), by Lyphard’s Special
winner=s circle. The South African-bred bay finished                        3rd Dam: June Darling (Ire), by Junius
second in each of his first four outings this season                     O-Sunday Racing; B-Northern Farm; T-Sei Ishizaka;
before running fourth to Rocket Man in the local prep                    J-Yuga Kawada; -125,574,000. Lifetime Record:
for the KrisFlyer, the Lion City Cup over this course and                6-4-1-0. *Full to Donau Blue (Jpn), GSW & G1SP-
distance Apr. 29.                                                        Jpn, $1,530,521. Werk Nick Rating: A.
  Shaw took the blinkers off here, and Ato responded                     Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
with a career-best performance. Riding the rails in                   2--Verxina (Jpn), 121, f, 3, Deep Impact (Jpn)--
                                                fourth, he               Halwa Sweet (Jpn), by Machiavellian. O-Kazuhiro
                                                switched out to          Sasaki; B-Northern Farm. -47,164,000
                                                challenge leader      3--Ice Follies (Jpn), 121, f, 3, Stay Gold (Jpn)--Lilium
                                                Mr. Big. That            (Jpn), by Kurofune. O-Sunday Racing; B-Shiraoi Farm.
                                                runner dug in            -28,082,000
                                                gamely, but Ato       Margins: 5, 3/4, NO. Odds: 4.60, 2.60, 26.20.
                                                matched strides       Also Ran: I’m Yours (Jpn), Thank You Ask (Jpn), Daiwa Zoom (Jpn), Hana’s
                                                and asserted          Goal (Jpn), Sunshine (Jpn), Meisho Suzanna (Jpn), Tosen Benizakura (Jpn),
                                                himself in the        Daiwa Desse (Jpn), Omega Heartland (Jpn), Midsummer Fair (Jpn), Quatre
                                                shadow of the         Feuilles (Jpn), Cherry Medusa (Jpn), Epice Arome (Jpn), Meine Epona (Jpn),
                                                wire. AGreat run, I   Kokoro Chirari (Jpn).
 Owners Dennis & Gael Evans [left] with trainer always gave him a     Click for the Racing Post chart or the free
    Patrick Shaw and jockey Barend Voster       big chance,@ said     catalogue-style pedigree.
            Singapore Turf Club photo                                    Gentildonna, from the second crop of her champion
                                                Shaw. AHe has
                                                always been a bit     sire, led home a clean sweep for Deep Impact fillies in
of an unlucky horse and always been the bridesmaid,                   the G1 Oka Sho (Japanese 1000 Guineas) last month at
but on the day, today, we had him spot-on. He was a                   Hanshin. Deep Impact=s daughter Beauty Parlour (GB)
very good second choice to have in the race. It was a                 confirmed her sire as a budding international presence
pity about Rocket Man, but it goes like that and he is                with her victory in last Sunday=s G1 Poule d=Essai des
safe in the box.@                                                     Pouliches at Longchamp, and Gentildonna continued
  The conditioner said he had considered gelding Ato,                 the good work here. Her dam Donna Blini, heroine of
but that=s not in the cards at this point.                            the G1 Cheveley Park S. and G2 Cherry Hinton S. in
  AObviously, now he is going to be a stallion,@ said                 2005, was bought by Katsumi Yoshida for 500,000gns
Shaw. AI=m sure now the owners will take him home as                  at Tattersalls December at the end of her 3-year-old
a stallion for sure. Otherwise I would be cutting him. I              campaign. The mare=s 2010 Neo Universe (Jpn) colt
would have liked to have done it, but now definitely                  sold for -80,000,000 (US$975,610) as a yearling to
not.@                                                                 Eclipse Management at the JRHA Select Sale last
  Ato, like SIA Cup third-place finisher Flax, is                     summer. She has a yearling colt by Zenno Rob Roy
campaigned by the Newbury Racing of South African                     (Jpn) and produced a full brother to yesterday=s Oaks
Dennis Evans.                                                         winner Mar. 21. Donna Blini was bred back to Deep
  AI=m in dreamland--I can=t believe this is happening,@              Impact. President of Sunday Racing Club Shunsuke
said Evans. AThere could a chance we could send him                   Yoshida said, AI expected her to win today, but did not
somewhere like Australia or New Zealand where he is                   expect this kind of decisive win in great style.@ Hiroaki
probably better known. Andreas Jacobs of Maine                        Akita, farm manager at Northern Farm, added, AI am
Chance Farms [in South Africa] owns 25% of the                        very glad to see Deep Impact sire a Grade I stakes
horse. So it is something we will have to speak about.@               winner over mile and half. Donna Blini is great mare.@
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 5 of 13 •

Results cont.

Sunday, Cidade Jardim, Brazil
JARDIM-G1, R415,280, Cidade Jardim, 5-20, 3yo/up,
2400mT, 2:26.34, fm.
1--#@sINVICTUS (BRZ), 125, c, 3, by Sulamani (Ire)
    1st Dam: Get Back (Brz) (G1SP-Brz), by Fast Gold
    2nd Dam: Gray Delighted, by Alphabatim
    3rd Dam: Hippodrone, by Drone
  O/B-Beverly Hills Stud; T-Venancio Nahid. J-Jose
  Aparecido; R221,390. Lifetime Record: 9-2-2-4.
  Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
  Werk Nick Rating: C+.
2--Veraneio (Brz), 125, c, 3, Signal Tap--Personal
  Ensign (Arg), by Fitzcarraldo (Arg). O-Stud Power
  Five; B-Haras Santa Maria de Araras; T-Luiz Roberto
  Feltran. R51,208.
3--Didimo (Brz), 125, c, 3, Nedawi (GB)--Qualibet (Brz),
  by Burooj (GB). O-Stud Ceprano; B-Stud Eternamente
  Rio; T-L Quintana. R36,166.
Margins: HD, 3/4, HF. Odds: 8.40, 4.50, 7.40.
Click for the Racing Post chart or the free
catalogue-style pedigree.

Sunday, Cidade Jardim, Brazil
R152,760, Cidade Jardim, 5-20, 3yo/up, 1600mT,
1:33.92, fm.
1--#@sOLYMPIC THUNDER (BRZ), 128, c, 3, by Durban Thunder (Brz)
   1st Dam: Cute Little Bear (Brz), by Roy
   2nd Dam: Indian Home (GB), by Homing (GB)                      Sunday, Rome, Italy
   3rd Dam: Fast Asleep (GB), by Hotfoot (GB)                     129TH DERBY ITALIANO BETTER-G2, i450,000,
  O-Haras Regina; B-Haras Ponta Pora; T-Roberto                   Rome, 5-20, 3yo, c/f, 1 3/8mT, 2:19.0, gd/sf.
  Solanes; J-Carlos Lavor; R78,234. Lifetime Record:              1--@#FEUERBLITZ (GER), 128, c, 3, by Big Shuffle
  9-3-1-1. Werk Nick Rating: D+.                                        1st Dam: Flamingo Island (Ger), by Acatenango (Ger)
  Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.                       2nd Dam: Fabula Dancer, by Northern Dancer
2--Qua Qua Qua (Brz), 128, c, 3, Amigoni (Ire)--Left                    3rd Dam: Fair Rosalind, by Exclusive Native
  Handed (Brz), by Vettori (Ire). O-Stud Sea Lion;                  (i3,000 yrl >10 BBASEP). O-Rennstall Eivissa GmbH;
  B-Haras Old Friends Ltda; T-Selmar Lobo. R21,626.                 B-Gestut Park Wiedingen; T-Michael Figge; J-Robert
3--Hermes (Brz), 132, c, 4, Miesque=s Son--Deep                     Havlin; i250,000. Lifetime Record: 7-2-3-1,
  Passion (Brz), by Iberoj (Arg). O/B-Beverly Hills Stud;           i265,000. Werk Nick Rating: A++. Click for the
  T-A G S Correa. R14,652.                                          eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
Margins: HD, 1/4, 1 1/4. Odds: 3.30, 19.80, 10.20.                2--Wild Wolf (Ire), 128, c, 3, Rail Link (GB)--Mary Rose
Click for the Racing Post chart or the free             (Ity), by Royal Academy. (i30,000 yrl >10 ITYSEP).
catalogue-style pedigree.                                           O-Scuderia Effevi; B-Razza Ascagnano SPA;
                                                                    T-Stefano Botti; i110,000.
                          Ï        Ò                               SGA Sold! Italy’s Premier Yearling Sale is Sept. 21-22, 2012!
             Trakus Twitter Fact:Chinchon sectionals from SIA     3--Smoking Joe (Ity), 128, c, 3, Mujahid--Occhi di Giada
             Cup (27.10, 25.77, 24.50, 23.23, 23.83).               (Ger), by Shantou. O-Dioscuri SRL; B-Allevamento
             Final 400m was 0.57s faster than next-fastest,         Deni SRK; T-Stefano Botti; i60,000.
             2nd home Zaidan.                                     Margins: SNK, 1 1/4, HD. Odds: 4.45.
                                                                  Also Ran: Vola e Va (GB), Herrbuga (GB), Real Solution,
2nd home Zaidan covered 7m more than winner Chinchon,             Warder (Ire), Sopran Montieri (Ire), Teixidor (Ity),
lost by 3L. 7m = about 2.7L                                       Meraviglioso (GB), Il Romito (Ire). Click for the Racing Post
                       @trakusracing                              chart or the free catalogue-style pedigree.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 6 of 13 •

G2 Derby Italiano Better cont.
  There was an upset in this Classic, as the hot favorite
Real Solution (Kitten=s Joy) flopped and Feuerblitz
conquered for Germany. After three unsuccessful starts
at Munich, Baden-Baden and Hanover, the bay was
taken to Maisons-Laffitte in November and ran second
to the useful Chabal'Ozor (Fr) (Della Francesca) over 10
furlongs there. Off the mark when partnered by the
visiting British rider Robert Havlin for the first time in a
10-furlong conditions event at Munich Apr. 9, he
followed that with a 3 1/2-lengths second to Black
Arrow (Ire) (Teofilo {Ire}) in Hanover's Listed Derby Trial
over this trip Apr. 29. Rank early restrained in fourth by
Havlin, he wore down the positively-ridden Wild Wolf in
the last furlong for a tenacious win. Real Solution was
close enough to launch his challenge at the top of the
straight under Frankie Dettori, but failed to deliver his
customary surge and never threatened in seventh.

Sunday, Baden-Baden, Germany
i70,000, Baden-Baden, 5-20, 4yo/up, 1 3/8mT,
2:16.59, gd.
1--DANEDREAM (GER), 128, f, 4, by Lomitas (GB)
      1st Dam: Danedrop (Ire), by Danehill
      2nd Dam: Rose Bonbon (Fr), by High Top (Ire)
      3rd Dam: Lady Berry (Fr), by Violon d=Ingres (Fr)
  (i9,000 2yo >10 BBAJUN). O-Gestut Burg Eberstein
  & Teruya Yoshida; B-Gestut Brummerhof; T-Peter
  Schiergen; J-Andrasch Starke; i40,000. Lifetime
  Record: Ch. 3yo Filly-Eur, Hwt. 3yo-Fr, Ity & Ger at            In front passing the quarter pole, she was alone in
  11-14f, MG1SW-Ger, G1SW-Fr & GSW-Ity, 14-6-0-4,              the center of the track and may have been idling as
  i2,910,310. Werk Nick Rating: A. Click for the               Ovambo Queen cut into her advantage in company with
  eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.                            Silvaner late on. Trainer Peter Schiergen said, AShe is
2--Ovambo Queen (Ger), 123, m, 5, Kalatos (Ger)--              only at about 85% fit as yet, and this race had to be
  Oxalaguna (Ger), by Lagunas (GB). O-Dr Hans-                 won first. Her next options are the June 24 G1 Grand
  Hermann Leimbach; B-Gestut Rietberg; T-Andreas               Prix de Saint-Cloud or the G1 King George VI & Queen
  Bolte; i15,500.                                              Elizabeth S. [at Ascot July 21]. Her main targets this
3--Silvaner (Ger), 127, c, 4, Lomitas (GB)--Suisun (Ger),      year are the G1 Prix de l=Arc de Triomphe [at
  by Monsun (Ger). O-Margot Herbert; B-Gestut                  Longchamp Oct. 7] and the G1 Japan Cup [at Tokyo
  Fahrhof Stiftung; T-Peter Schiergen; i6,500.                 Nov. 25].@
Margins: 3/4, NK, 2HF. Odds: 0.40, 7.20, 7.50.
Also Ran: Tesey (GB), Russian Tango (Ger), Mighty              Results cont. p7
Mouse (Ger), King=s Hall (GB), Sir Lando (GB),
Lindenthaler (Ger), Roches Cross (Ire). Click for the
Racing Post chart or the free catalogue-
style pedigree.
  This proved the ideal re-introduction for last year=s
Arc heroine Danedream, who defied a penalty to set
herself up for her upcoming major tests. The last time
she had been here was when destroying Germany=s
best in the G1 Grosser Preis von Baden and, although
there was no repeat of those theatrics, the bay
demonstrated that she retains ability with a game win.
Settled in a share of third early off the honest fractions,
she traveled strongly at the end of the back straight,
but Andrasch Starke waited until swinging off the home
turn to make his move.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 7 of 13 •

Sunday, Rome, Italy
PREMIO CARLO D=ALESSIO-G3, i50,400, Rome, 5-20,
4yo/up, 1 1/2mT, 2:30.0, gd/sf.
1--@#LAKE DROP, 121, c, 4, by Lemon Drop Kid
      1st Dam: Lake Charles (SP), by El Gran Senor
      2nd Dam: Star de Rahy, by Rahy
      3rd Dam: Forbidden Sight, by Bagdad
  (i80,000 RNA HIT >11 ARQARC). O-Scuderia SIBA di
  Azienda Agricola Antezzate SRL; B-Azienda Agricola
  Antezzate SRL; T-Stefano Botti; J-Cristian Demuro;
  i28,000. Lifetime Record: 15-5-5-3, i113,179.
  Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
  Werk Nick Rating: B.
2--Frankenstein (GB), 121, g, 5, Dubawi (Ire)--Lifting
  (Ire), by Nordance. (i60,000 RNA HIT >11 ARQARC).
  O-Freedom Holding; B-Azienda Agricola Rosati
  Colarieti; T-Grizzetti Galoppo; i12,320.
3--Branderburgo (Ire), 121, h, 5, High Chaparral (Ire)--
  Farhad (GB), by Red Ransom. (i35,000 RNA yrl >08
  ITYSEP). O/B-Tenuta Dorna di Montaltuzzo SRL;
  T-Maurizio Grassi; i6,720.
  SGA Sold! Italy’s Premier Yearling Sale is Sept. 21-22, 2012!    Sunday, Rome, Italy
                                                                   PREMIO TUDINI-G3, i50,400, Rome, 5-20, 3yo/up,
Margins: HF, HD, 2. Odds: 4.75, 3.15, 11.90.                       6fT, 1:09.00, gd/sf.
Also Ran: Pattaya (Ity), Silver Arrow (Ity), Cima de Pluie         1--#@UNITED COLOR, 118, c, 3, by Ghostzapper
(GB), Inorato (Ire), Viso Pallido (Ire), Lord Chaparral (Ire).         1st Dam: Silk Candy, by Langfuhr
Click for the Racing Post chart.                                       2nd Dam: Astrapi, by Distinctive Pro
   Lake Drop made no impact in last year=s G2 Derby                    3rd Dam: Scotch n' Sound, by Bombay Duck
Italiano on this card, but had subsequently had his                  ($10,000 yrl >10 KEESEP). O-Scuderia Razza
sights lowered and responded with some consistent                    Dell'Olmo SRL; B-Adena Springs; T-Riccardo
efforts in listed company which included a second in                 Menichetti; J-Carlo Fiocchi; i28,000. Lifetime
Pisa=s Premio Regione Toscana over 11 furlongs                       Record: 17-8-0-6, i107,933. Werk Nick Rating: C+.
Mar. 23. After two subsequent seconds in a handicap                  Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
at Florence and conditions event at the San Siro, the
bay was anchored towards the rear early. Benefitting
from a ground-saving trip, the bay squeezed up the rail            2--Traditional Chic (Ire), 126, c, 4, Ad Valorem--Minimal
in the final 100 yards to oust Frankenstein and register              Chic (Ire), by King's Best. O/B-Allevamento La Nuova
a first black-type success.                                           Sbarra SRL; T-Luigi Riccardi; i12,320.
                                                                   3--Pandar (GB), 117, g, 3, Zamindar--Pagnottella (Ire),
                                                                      by Dansili (GB). O-Sarah Nidoli; B-Franca Vittadini;
                 TDN CRITERIA                                         T-Grizzetti Galoppo; i6,720.
  The races covered in the TDN are as follows:                     Margins: 3/4, 1HF, 1HF. Odds: 19.70, 5.90, 8.65.
Stakes - purses of $50,000/up                                      Also Ran: Amico Fritz (Ger), Il Supremo (Ire), Choisir
Allowance Races - purses of $20,000/up                             Shadow (Ire), Moustache (Ire), Malikayah (Ire), Jiroft
Optional Claiming Races - purses of $20,000/up                     (Ity), Caratteraccio (Ire). DNF: Airspace (Ire). Scratched:
Maiden Special Weight Races - purses of $18,000/up                 Vianello (Ire).
Maiden Claiming Races - purses of $18,000/up and                   Click for the Racing Post chart.
       a minimum claiming price of $40,000                            United Color started off this term with conditions
                                                                   wins over five and six furlongs at this venue Mar. 2 and
                          Ï         Ò                              Mar. 23, but was only third at the San Siro under a
                                                                   penalty Apr. 14. Third in that track's Listed Premio
                                                                   Certosa a fortnight later, the bay showed he was still
              Trakus Twitter Fact: Krypton Factor traveled 7       progressing when opening his black-type account here.
              metres more than winner Ato in the KrisFlyer         Settled off the fast early pace, he muscled through a
              Sprint at Kranji. Only Mr. Big had a shorter trip,   gap with a quarter mile remaining and, after hitting the
              went 1m less than Ato.                               front passing the furlong marker, asserted for the score.
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                                                                  AThere=s the old line about you can=t take a sprinter

                                Triple                          and train him two miles and make a router out of him
                                                                and you can=t take a router and work them

                                                                three-eighths every week and make a sprinter out of
                                                                him. If we=ve got a true route horse, which we do, he=s
                                                                going to maintain his fitness and his exercise. If they
                                                                can go a mile and a half they will. And he will.@ O=Neill
                                                                added, AObviously, there will be fresh horses; Union
I’ll Have Another Ships to Belmont... cont. from p1             Rags [Dixie Union] and Dullahan [Even the Score] come
   Shortly after arriving at Belmont Park Sunday, Doug          to mind. They=re fresh-legged and ready to go, but
O=Neill=s assistant Jack Sisterson commented, AWe got           we=re pumped our horse came out of this race in great
kind of held up for about an hour and a half. I have no         shape. As long as he stays injury-free we=ve got a big,
                                        idea where we were,     big chance.@
                                        but besides that, the
                                        horse was happy. He
                                        was just looking out
                                                                Bodemeister to Skip Belmont, cont... from p1
                                                                   Prior to his two Classic defeats, Bodemeister was an
                                        the window the
                                                                easy winner of the Apr. 14 GI Arkansas Derby. AHe=s a
                                        whole time. He and
                                                                pretty amazing animal,@ Baffert said. AHe didn=t act tired
                                        [stable pony] Lava
                                                                after the race. He came back to the barn and he wasn=t
                                        Man were together,
                                                                as tired as he was after the [Kentucky] Derby.@
                                        they were just
                                                                   Baffert indicated that another Zayat Stables
                                        chatting away the
                                                                sophomore colt--Paynter (Awesome Again)--might start
                                        whole time. We were
                                                                in the GI Belmont S. instead. Paynter, who won an
                                        at Pimlico almost
                                                                allowance race in convincing style on the Preakness
                                        two weeks and we
                                                                undercard, was shipped to Belmont Park Sunday
                                        shipped in a week
                                                                morning. AWe=re going to train him there,@ Baffert said.
                                        before at Churchill,
                                                                AIf it looks like he snapped out of his race, we=ll run him
                                        and now we=re here
                                                                in the Belmont if he looks really good.@
                                        for the three weeks.
   I’ll Have Another Arrives at Belmont So far, so good. It=s
              Adam Coglianese
                                        kind of working out
                                        for us, so we=re not                    QUOTE DU JOUR
going to change that. I think the sooner he gets over
the track and gets familiar with the surroundings [the
                                                                                           J. Paul Reddam:
better]. We=ll walk him [today] and then take it from               “I have no idea what’s going to happen between now
there. One day at a time.@                                       and June 9,” said Reddam, owner of GI Kentucky Derby
   O=Neill, who returned to California Sunday, confirmed         and GI Preakness champ I’ll Have Another. “I am going
that he will arrive in New York in about a week to
                                                                to tell everyone to try and keep the tension down. Enjoy it.
oversee I=ll Have Another=s training up to the final jewel
in the Triple Crown set for June 9. AWe=ll have to play           If you want to be in the spotlight, knock yourself out. If
that by ear,@ he said. AIt depends on the weather and all         you started singing on David Letterman, you probably
that stuff, but we=ll maintain the same type of exercise              carried it too far. But this is supposed to be fun.”
that he=s had.@
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 9 of 13 •

                                                                          Who’s Belmont Bound and Who’s Out...
                                                                             Creative Cause (Giant=s Causeway), third in the
                                                                          GI Preakness S., boarded a van Sunday morning to
                                                                          head for Baltimore-Washington International Airport for
                                                                          a scheduled 9 a.m. flight back to Los Angeles and his
                                                                          home base Hollywood Park. AHe came out of the race
                                                                          OK,@ confirmed trainer
                                                                          Mike Harrington
                                                                          minutes before putting
                                                                          the grey on the van.
                                                                          ABack to California,
                                                                          regroup.@ Creative
                                                                          Cause, who also
                                                                          shipped back to
                                                                          California between a
                                                                          fifth in the May 5
                                                                          Kentucky Derby and
                                                                          last weekend=s
                                                                          Preakness, is expected                Dullahan
                                                                          to follow the same                   Reed Palmer
                                                                          pattern before a
                                                                          possible stab at the June 9 GI Belmont S. AI=d say right
                                                                          now it=s 50-50,@ said Harrington, who was scheduled to
                                                                          get on a flight Sunday evening with assistant/exercise
                                                                          rider John Cisneros for the trip home.
                                                                             Trainer Dale Romans said he was unsure if Cozzetti
                                                                          (Cozzene), seventh in the Preakness, would run in the
                                                                          Belmont in three weeks. Irrespective of that decision,
                                                                          Romans will have a Belmont starter in the shape of
                                                                          GI Kentucky Derby third Dullahan (Even the Score). AHe
                                                                          worked Saturday morning [five furlongs in 1:00.20,
                                                                          second-best of 26] at Churchill,@ Romans said of the
                                                                          GI Blue Grass S. winner. AHe=s on track for a big
                                                                          Belmont.@ Romans, who won the 2011 Preakness with
                                                                          Shackleford (Forestry), opted not to run in the middle
                                                                          jewel of the Triple Crown and give Dullahan some extra
                                                                          time between races. AIt should help him,@ he said. AHe=ll
                                                                          be a fresher horse.@
GI Woodford Reserve Turf Classic Littlecollects black-type.
TILLER S. Summer Breezing (Langfuhr) Mike (Spanish Steps) pulls              Expected to forge on to the Belmont is Preakness
  the big upset.                                                          sixth-place finisher Optimizer (English Channel), while
6th-BEL ($70K Alw) Book Review (Dixieland Band) romps at 2-1.
GI Humana Distaff S. Groupie Doll(Giant’s Causeway) wins home.            Teeth of the Dog (Bluegrass Cat) (fifth) and Went the
GII Churchill Downs S. Shackleford (Forestry) outbattles Amazombie        Day Well (Proud Citizen) (10th) are likely to bypass the
9th-MTH ($44K Alw) Philly Ace (Smart Strike) relishes the return to the
  (Northern Afleet).                                                      1 1/2-mile test. AWent the Day Well seems OK,@ said
GII Churchill Downs Distaff Turf Mile Hungry Island (More Than            trainer Graham Motion from Fair Hill Training Center
  Ready) surges to late-running win.
LADY ANGELA S. ($122k) Blues Dancing (Survivalist) wins on the            Sunday. AHe has a couple of scrapes, but all in all, he=s
frontTwin Spires Turf Sprint Great Attack (Greatness) surges to late
GIII end.                                                                 good.@ Motion indicated a possible target for the bay is
  lead.                                                                   the GI Travers S. at Saratoga in August.
10th-WOX ($67K, Alw) Strike Red (Smart Strike) rolls at 4-5.

9th-CDX ($59k, Alw, Opt. Clm. $80K) Rogue Romance (Smarty                  TDN Euro is:
Jones) blows them away by five lengths.                                    England:    Sean Cronin (CAFE Racing)
                                                                                       Tom Frary (CAFE Racing)
FRAN’S VALENTINE S. Halo Dolly (Popular) is head but comes back                        Barry Sangster (CAFE Racing)
to post the win.                                                                       Gavin Dobson (CAFE Racing)
                                                                           France:     Claude Beniada
6th-BHP ($52K, Alw) Byrony (Ire) (Byron {GB}) triumphs in U.S. debut.      Germany: Christa Riebel
                                                                           Ireland:    Dave Keena
2nd-BHP ($67k Msw) Tilde (Swiss Yodeler) graduates in career bow.          Italy:      Giorgio Barsotti
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 10 of 13 •

Stealcase Possible for Belmont...                                 Besilu Stables= Royal Delta (Empire Maker) turned in
  Trainer Mark Casse said he is considering running             her third breeze following her ninth-place finish in the
John Oxley=s Stealcase (Lawyer Ron) in the June 9               G1 Dubai World Cup in March, covering four furlongs in
GI Belmont S. The chestnut, who broke his maiden at             a bullet :47.52. AShe could run a month,@ noted Mott.
Gulfstream in January, was sixth in the GIII Gotham S.          AShe=ll most likely go to the [GII] Fleur de Lis [S.] at
at Aqueduct before finishing fifth in the GIII Vinery           Churchill Downs [June 16], or she could go to the
Racing Spiral S. on the Polytrack at Turfway Park. Most         [GI] Vanity the same day at Hollywood Park. She=s
recently, Stealcase was third behind Hierro (Hard Spun)         doing very well. She had a nice work this morning, she
and Paynter (Awesome Again) in the GIII The Cliff=s             had a nice work last week, and it looks like she hasn=t
Edge Derby Trial at Churchill Apr. 28. AThe Belmont is          lost much from the trip.@
definitely under consideration,@ Casse said. AHis last
race was big and [Saturday] Paynter ran a huge race             Rail Trip likely to Return in L.A. ‘Cap...
[won an allowance race on Preakness undercard by 5                 Trainer Ron Ellis indicated 2009 GI Hollywood Gold
3/4 lengths].@ Stealcase worked in company with                 Cup winner Rail Trip (Jump Start) is likely to kick off
Prospective (Malibu Moon) May 18 at Churchill Downs.            the season with a start GI Los Angeles H. May 28th.
The duo covered five furlongs in 1:01.20, the second            AThere=s a good chance I=ll run him in there,@ said Ellis.
fastest of 17 at the distance. Casse said Stealcase             AWe=re better off getting a race into him now. He
would work in Louisville again next weekend. AI think           grabbed a quarter out of the gate and tore off half of
the horse fits [in the Belmont],@ Casse said. AWe=ve            his foot in his last race in New York [Nov. 17, 2011 at
always thought he was the best 3-year-old colt in the           Aqueduct]. AThe foot gave me more trouble growing
barn. We=ve got three weeks. We=ll see who is going             out than I thought it would. So we=re getting a little bit
before we make a decision. We are also considering the          of a late start and that put us out of sync with the
[GIII] Matt Winn [S. at Churchill Downs June 16]. If I          stakes here. That was basically the only difference
had to say one way or the other right now, I would say          since I had him before. He came back in pretty good
>no= [to the Belmont]. But he=s a possibility.@                 shape, other than that. And that was nobody=s fault, it
                                                                just happened. So we=re on Plan B. We=re kind of
                                                                evolving our plan with him now. We=ll get a race into
      RACETRACK ROUND-UP                                        him and see where we are. My goal now is the
                                                                GII San Diego H. [at Del Mar, which begins July 18].
Mott Outlines Plans for ‘Honor’ & Royal Delta                   He=s run well enough with these sprinters and it looks
   To Honor and Serve (Bernardini) completed major              like seven-eighths might be good a month after this
preparations for the May 28 GI Met Mile with a 1:00.03          one. So we=ll go six [furlongs], seven and then a mile
five-furlong breeze over Belmont=s training track               and one-sixteenth. We=re going to do it gradually.@
Sunday. The Live Oak homebred has accounted for four               In 2010 Rail Trip captured the GII Mervyn LeRoy H.
of his last five starts, including the GI Cigar Mile H. at      and GII Californian at Betfair Hollywood Park before
Aqueduct in November and the GIII Westchester H.                being sent to New York following a second place finish
Apr. 28. AHe=s had two good works, and he seems to              in the Hollywood Gold Cup.
be looking good,@ said trainer Bill Mott. AIt looks like it=s
a good race coming up. Nice horses here, without a
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                                                               AThis sale has been gaining momentum for several
                  FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC                     years,@ Eisaman said. AA lot of people really get in the
                   TWO-YEAR-OLDS IN TRAINING                 mindset to want to restock with young horses in the
                       Timonium, Maryland                    spring. So those who don=t necessarily shop in the
                        May 21-22.10 a.m.                    select sales in February and March, they are now
                                                             readyBespecially those that are in this northeastern
                                                             corridor. We bring a lot of Pennsylvania and New York-
F-T MIDLANTC SALE STARTS TODAY                               breds here specifically for this crowd. They like the
   The Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training      regional programs.@
sale begins its two-day run this morning in Timonium,           Consignor Nick de Meric sees the Midlantic sale
Maryland with the first of 540 catalogued lots               gaining strength as it moves forward.
scheduled to enter the ring at 10 a.m.                         AI would say that the recent trend towards these later
   Consignors remained optimistic that the strong            sales and towards these open sales where people make
results from recent juvenile sales will continue in          their own selections and aren=t told what is a select
Timonium, with several pointing towards the juggernaut       horse and what isn=t, as these sales have become more
OBS April sale as a sign that demand is strong. After        popular, and we=ve seen a gravitational pull in that
four days of action, the April sale average was up           direction, it has got to bode well for the future of this
41.7% to $44,351, while the median was up 35% to             sale.@
$27,000.                                                        During last year=s Midlantic sale, 343 juveniles sold
   AOBS April was a great sale across the board,@            for $16,211,100. The average was $47,263 and the
commented consignor Niall Brennan. AThere was a great        median was $25,000.
middle market, which drove up the other markets and
this is a similar sale. It usually reflects similar to OBS
AprilBit has the same kind of dynamics about it.
                                                                     FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC OUTS
                                                             2 10 15 17 23 29 30 43 47 50 54 59 65
Hopefully we=ll have a good market here.@
   Justin Casse agreed. AI think we will probably have a     69 72 74 79 80 83 85 86 99 103 105 109
good carryover from the OBS April sale,@ Casse said.         121 122 135 139 140 148 164 175 185 191
AAt least that is what I am hoping for.@                     192 195 199 202 210 215 217 219 226 230
   Among the 2011 graduates of the Midlantic sale is GI      233 239 245 252 253 258 259 260 264 265
Las Virgenes S. winner Eden=s Moon (Malibu Moon),            266 273 292 296 301 304 307 316 322 323
who brought a final bid of $390,000 from Kaleem              325 326 327 329 331 334 336 341 342 351
Shah. Last year=s top-priced lot was Ever So Lucky           359 364 375 380 382 403 408 416 418 420
(Indian Charlie), who sold for $600,000 and is now           421 424 431 442 449 451 460 467 471 476
twice graded stakes placed for George Strawbridge=s          496 502 506 515 521 524 531 532 534 537
Augustin Stable. Other recent graduates include
multiple graded stakes winner Musket Man (Yonaguska)
and Grade I stakes placed Trappe Shot (Tapit).
   AThey have sold a lot of good horses here in the past
and it is a great place to sell a horse,@ commented
consignor Ciaran Dunne of Wavertree Stables. AI think it
is going to be a good sale again.@
   The Midlantic sale has a strong core of buyers from
around the region and offers something for everyone,
according to Brennan.
   AThis has been a good market here for several years,@
Brennan explained. AIt is a good regional market, it
draws from many areas because there are several
racetracks within a couple of hours of here. You=ve got
a lot of people who can come here for different types
of horses. We=ve got guys from New York, from
Monmouth and Delaware, but you=ve also got guys
from Mountaineer, Charles Town, Penn National,
trainers looking for all kinds of horses. So it has a good
regional marketplace to draw from and it is easy for
these guys to come to the sale. It is two days, so there
are plenty of horses to bring people in.@
   The sale benefits from its location, both
geographically and on the calendar, according to
consignor Barry Eisaman.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 12 of 13 •

                                                             Hip 110, f, FairbanksBOption Contract, by Forty Niner
                                                                     Consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent
                                                              This May 29 foal is a half-sister to stakes winner
                                                            Shake the Dice (Boundary). AShe is a Pennsylvania-bred
                                                            and very pretty bodied, very correct and very sound,@
                                                            commented Barry Eisaman. The dark bay worked in :10

                                                                   Hip 156, f, Harlan=s HolidayBRuby Surprise,
                                                                                    by Farma Way
                                                                 Consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, Agent XIV
                                                              Out of graded stakes winner Ruby Surprise, this dark
     FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC – MONDAY                        bay filly is a half-sister to multiple Grade I stakes placed
                                                            Free Flying Soul (Quiet American). A $65,000
       Hip 22, f, Empire MakerBLimes >n Lemons,             Keeneland September yearling, she worked a furlong in
                    by Deputy Minister                      :10 2/5. AShe is a very good-looking filly,@ commented
Consigned by Eddie Woods, agent for Daybreak Stables        Niall Brennan. AShe is a very stout filly with a great
  This dark bay fillly, a $50,000 FTKOCT yearling,          mind and she is ready to go right onBshe=ll be a summer
earned the quarter-mile bullet of :21.3 during              2-year-old.@
Wednesday=s first under-tack show. She is a half-sister
to multiple stakes placed Lemons of Love (Not For               Hip 197, c, Tale of the CatBSouthern Letters, by
Love) and is out of a half to graded stakes winner                                    Capote
Plenty of Sugar (Ascot Knight).                                       Consigned by De Meric Sales, agent
                                                              This chestnut colt, a $65,000 KEESEP yearling, is a
   Hip 39, c, Scat DaddyBMagical Mist, by Congaree          half-brother to stakes placed Silver Source (Honour and
          Consigned by King=s Equine, Agent VII             Glory) and Every Advantage (Tactical Advantage). He
  This is the first foal out of the unraced Magical Mist,   worked in :10 3/5. AHe is a super colt who had a nice-
a half-sister to Grade I winner J P=s Gusto (Successful     looking breeze and has been well-received,@ said Nick
Appeal). The chestnut colt worked a furlong in :10 1/5.     de Meric. AHe is a May foal, but he is very mature for a
AHe is a big, beautiful-looking horse,@ commented King=s    May foal. He has got a lot of size and scope to him.@
Equine=s Raul Reyes. AHe has everything going for
himByou just can=t find anything wrong with him.@
                                                                    BUYING AT THE TOP OF THE MARKET AT THE
         Hip 63, f, Successful AppealBMiss Gem,                              FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC SALE
                      by Exclusive Gem                            There were 12 juveniles purchased for $200,000 or more
          Consigned by Old South Farm, Agent II                           at F-T Midlantic 2011 (up from 9 in 2010)
  This bay filly blitzed a furlong in :09 4/5. She is a     Buyer                            $200K+ ‘12          $200K+ 10
half-sister to graded stakes winner Meadow Gem              Bob Baffert                        1                    0
(Meadow Flight).                                            Boom Boom Boom Stable              0                    1
                                                            Carolyn Vogel                      1                    0
     Hip 66, c, Invasor (Arg)BMiss Winning Sweep,           Charles Cella                      1                    0
                       by End Sweep                         Debbie Easter, agent               0                    1
           Consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent               EQB Inc., agent                    2                    1
   AHe is fast,@ Barry Eisaman said when asked what he      Frank Fletcher Racing Stable       0                    1
liked about this half-brother to graded stakes placed       Joseph Bucci                       1                    0
Winning Expression (Western Expression). The bay colt       Kingsbury Stable                   1                    0
worked in :10 1/5 last Wednesday. AHe is a New York-        Robert & Lawana Low                0                    1
bred, and a big strong colt who looks like he will go       Hillwood Stable LLC                0                    1
two turns. He is by Invasor who was a great two-turn        Mathis Stables                     1                    0
horse.@ Shari Eisaman added, AHe is a good mover and        Sagamore Farm                      0                    1
looks like a Derby horse.@                                  Sky Chai Racing                    1                    0
                                                            Stanley Hough                      1                    0
                                                            Steven W Young, agent              0                    1
                   You can also pick up a copy of           Stonestreet Stables                0                    1
                 the TDN today at the Fasig-Tipton          Walnut Green                       1                    0
                                                            Whisper Hill Farm                  1                    0
                    Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in              Total:                            12                    9
                           Training Sale.
TDN P HEADLINE NEWS • 5/21/12 • PAGE 13 of 13 •

Hip Happenings cont.

   Hip 223, f, TapitBSummer Scene, by Belong to Me
      Consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, Agent I
  This gray filly is out of a half-sister to juvenile
champion Stevie Wonderboy (Stephen Got Even) and to
Grade I stakes placed Theyskens= Theory (Bernardini).
She was a $255,000 Keeneland November weanling.
AShe is a typical Tapit, she is a grand big filly,@ said Niall
Brennan. AShe has the Tapit look, but she has a lot of
substance coming from the mare, coming from Belong
to Me. She is a big strong filly that is only coming
around now. She is really going to be a better filly
going a distance. She got a later start, but I think she             DATTTS AWESOME, 8, Awesome AgainBPromenade
has a tremendous future. She is a big, strong filly with             Colony, by Pleasant Colony
a great pedigree.@                                                   Foal born Apr. 22, a colt by Unbridled=s Song.
                                                                     Will be bred back to Mineshaft.
                                                                     Owned by Dattt Farm LLC.
                                                                     Boarded at Denali Stud.
            FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC 2YOs in Training                  Accomplishments: SW, $104,784.

CUMULATIVE               2011 (two days)          2010 (one day)     ALLEGRETTO (IRE), 9, Galileo (Ire)--Alleluia (GB), by Caerleon
Catalogued               600                      405                Foal born Apr. 23, a filly by Dansili (GB).
No. Offered              419                      312                Owned by and boarded at Cheveley Park Stud.
No. Sold                 343                      273                Accomplishments: Co-hwt Older Mare-Eng at 11-14f, 14f+ & 13.5f+,
RNAs                     76                       39                 G1SW-Fr, MGSW & G1SP Eng, $963,021.
% RNAs                   18.1%                    12.5%
No. Over $200K           12                       9
                                                                     OONAGH MACCOOL (IRE), 10, Giant=s Causeway--
High Price               $600,000                 $650,000
                                                                     Alidiva (Ire), by Chief Singer (Ire)
Gross                    $16,211,100              $13,099,500
Average                  $47,263 (-1.5%)          $47,984            Foal born Apr. 23, a colt by Distorted Humor.
Median                   $25,000 (-7.4%)          $27,000            Will be bred back to Bernardini.
                                        Owned by Tenth Street Stables.
                                                                     Boarded at Taylor Made Sales Agency.
                                                                     Accomplishments: MGSW, $379,560.
          F-T Midlantic Pinhook Prospects
                     - Top Four By Price -                           ZINZIBERINE, 12, ZietenBAmenixa (Fr), by Linamix (Fr)
Hip               Price                              Sale            Foal born Apr. 23, a filly by Smart Strike.
484               $190,000                           FTSAUG          Will be bred back to Smart Strike.
           (c, Pulpit --Gold Rush Queen, by Seeking the Gold)        Owned by Elisabeth Fabre.
                         Purchased by EQB, agent                     Boarded at Denali Stud.
                       ‘12 Consignor: De Meric Sales                 Accomplishments: MGSW-Fr, $219,787. Dam of
490               $180,000                           KEESEP          Zanzibari (Smart Strike), GSW-Fr; Zelimir (Grand Slam),
             (c, Street Sense--Greeley Mae, by Mr. Greeley)          SW-Fr, $109,106.
                    Purchased by John C. Kimmel, agent
    ‘12 Consignor: Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), Agent I   HOPES AND FEARS, 16, Mt. LivermoreBStrike A
100               $175,000                           KEESEP          Balance, by Green Dancer
                   (c, Bernardini--Oblivious, by Cozzene)            Foal born Apr. 24, a colt by Midshipman.
                      Purchased by Rose Retreat Farm                 Will be bred back to Midnight Lute.
  ‘12 Consignor: Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), Agent VII   Owned by and boarded at Sun Valley Farm.
519               $175,000                           KEESEP          Accomplishments: Dam of Cryptograph
                 (c, Tiznow--Horns Gray, by Pass the Tab)            (Cryptoclearance), MGSW, $531,705.
             Purchased by Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds
      ‘12 Consignor: Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds LLC, agent       INFALLIBLE (GB), 6, Pivotal (GB)--Irresistible (GB), by
                                                                     Cadeaux Genereux (GB)
                                                                     Foal born Apr. 24, a filly by Dubawi (Ire).
                                                                     Will be rested next year.
        Click here to access TDN Progeny PPs                         Owned by and boarded at Cheveley Park Stud.
                                                                     Accomplishments: GSW & MG1SP-Eng, $315,205.
        AROUND THE WORLD                                          M ONDAY, M AY 21, 2012

                                                             Key Cents S. cont.
                                                               Opus A collected back-to-back wins in statebred
                                                             stakes over Aqueduct=s inner this past winter, taking
                                                             the We=ll Sea Ya S. Jan. 13 and the Hildy=s Grey S.
Yesterday=s Results:                                         Feb. 26. She tired to third as the favorite in the Plugged
TILLER S., $90,000, BEL, 5-20, 3yo, 7fT, 1:20 3/5, fm.       Nickel S. for open company in the Big A mud Mar. 31,
1--#SUMMER BREEZING, 119, c, 3, by Langfuhr                  and was hunting for redemption returning to restricted
     1st Dam: Summer Solstice (Ire) (SW-Fr), by Caerleon     company here. The dark bay wasn=t messing around
     2nd Dam: Summer Sonnet, by Baillamont                   from the break and went right to the lead, where she
     3rd Dam: Noesis, by Persepolis                          and Alan Garcia raced clear through opening fractions
  O-Peter Deutsch; B-Sarah J Leigh (NY); T-Christophe        of :22 4/5 and :45 2/5. Up by four lengths turning for
  Clement; J-Jose Lezcano; $54,000. Lifetime Record:         home, she belied the lively pace and held well for her
  5-3-0-0, $111,355. *1/2 to Adirondack Summer               fourth lifetime stakes win. Click for the
  (Thunder Gulch), SW & GSP, $145,350.                       chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
 NY-breds Start With a Bigger Advantage
                                                             6th-BEL, $70,000, Msw, 3yo/up, f/m, 7f, 1:23, ft.
2--Margano, 119, c, 3, Dynaformer--La Ville Rouge, by
                                                             BOOK REVIEW (f, 3, Giant=s Causeway--Clever Babe,
   Carson City. O-Lael Stables. $18,000.
                                                             by Distorted Humor) was a well-beaten second to J
3--Mr. Prankster, 119, c, 3, It's No Joke--
   Cremedelacramer, by Avenue of Flags. ($8,600 RNA
                                                             “TDN Rising Star” J Stopshoppingmaria (More Than
                                                             Ready) in her debut going six panels at Saratoga last
   yrl '10 FTKOCT; $40,000 2yo 2011 OBSJUN).
                                                             August. In a similar test on return at Gulfstream Jan. 6,
   O-Thomas Conway & Michael Maker. $9,000.
                                                             she ran third by 7 1/2 lengths as the favorite, and was
Margins: HF, 1, 4 1/4. Odds: 0.55, 5.20, 9.10.
                                                             again shelved. One of three in the field with prior
   Summer Breezing began his career with a wire-to-
                                                             experience here, the 2-1 second choice raced along in
wire win facing statebreds going two turns over
                                                             mid-pack and looked like she=d be settling for second as
Aqueduct=s sod last November, but tired to fifth on the
                                                             the debuting Dance Card (Tapit), a $750,000 FTFFEB
main track in the restricted Swen S., won by Pretension
                                                             juvenile purchase by Darley, made a swooping move to
(Bluegrass Cat). Connections returned him to the grass
                                                             lead in upper stretch. But that one began to get leg
at Gulfstream a month later, when he dead-heated for
                                                             weary in the final eighth, and Book Review motored
fourth in an optional claimer Mar. 11. He relished his
                                                             past for a 4 3/4-length success. Lifetime Record:
first try on Keeneland=s Polytrack Apr. 7, rolling home
                                                             3-1-1-1, $56,455. Click for the chart or
over 10 lengths clear in an about-seven-furlong NW1X
                                                             Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
event Apr. 7, and was returning to stakes company as
                                                             O/B-Gary & Mary West Stables, Inc (KY). T-Chad C
the heavy choice. Up to argue the pace, he raced to the
inside of Mr. Prankster, and had to take up a bit when
that one cut the corner too closely heading into the far
turn. Jose Lezcano angled Summer Breezing outside of
his rival. The pair continued to battle into the lane, but
the crowd=s choice began to assert in the final furlong
as Barbaro=s full-brother Margano found his best stride
                                                             9th-MTH, $44,000, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($32,000), NW2X,
late. Click for the chart or Video, sponsored
                                                             3yo/up, 1mT, 1:34 1/5, fm.
by Taylor Made Sales.
                                                             PHILLY ACE (g, 4, Smart Strike--Bloomy {SP}, by Polish
                                                             Numbers) took down a NW1X at Parx Oct. 10--his first
KEY CENTS S., $88,200, BEL, 5-20, (S), 3yo/up, f/m,
                                                             start on dirt--before going to the sidelines off a badly
1m, 1:36, ft.
                                                             beaten try in the GIII Discovery H. at Aqueduct Nov.
1--OPUS A, 123, m, 5, Read the Footnotes--Lady
                                                             19. The 5-2 second choice in his return to the races
  Nelson, by Sea Hero. ($6,500 RNA wlng '07
                                                             (and the turf), the gelding was always in the mix and,
  KEENOV). O-Broadway Blue Stable; B-Nan Cassidy
                                                             after putting a head in front in upper stretch, found the
  (NY); T-Richard A Violette, Jr; J-Alan Garcia;
                                                             wire a half-length in advance of Play it Straight
  $54,000. Lifetime Record: 14-6-3-2, $294,194.
                                                             (Straight Man). The winner is a half to Slambino (Grand
 NY-breds Start With a Bigger Advantage
                                                             Slam), MSP, $307,744; and Spring of Fame (Grand
2--Lady On the Run, 121, f, 4, Ten Most Wanted--Royal        Slam), GSW-Ger, SW-Fr & GSP-UAE, $396,332.
  Relic, by Colonial Affair. ($21,000 RNA yrl '09            Lifetime Record: 9-4-1-1, $153,846. Click for the
  FTKOCT; $34,000 RNA yrl '09 FTNAUG).              chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
  O-J Tucker, K Buckley, V Kennedy, G Casey,                 O/B-Brushwood Stable (PA). T-Christophe Clement.
  F Schultz, et al. $18,000.
3--Go Unbridled, 121, m, 5, Unbridled Jet--Reign Or                 All horses in the TDN are bred in North America,
  Shine, by Majesty's Time. O-H T Whitbred. $9,000.                              unless otherwise indicated
Margins: 2, 5HF, HF. Odds: 1.50, 7.00, 5.40.
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                                                                        He doesn=t race often, but when he does, Eternal
                                                                      Rule is awfully dangerous. The gelding won on debut in
                                                                      a seven-furlong maiden special back in November of
                                                                      2010, when went missing before doubling up in a six-
Yesterday=s Results:                                                  furlong NW1X last June. He earned a 100 BRIS figure
LADY ANGELA S., $122,289, WOX, 5-20, (R), 3yo, f,                     13 days later when he won the restricted $150,000
7f (AWT), 1:24 3/5, ft.                                               Achievement S. by 5 1/4 lengths, but again was soon
1--#BLUES DANCING, 115, f, 3, Survivalist                             forced to the sidelines. Looking to remain unbeaten in
      1st Dam: La Belle Bleu (SW, $167,636), by Beau Genius           his first start in 10 months, Eternal Rule showed ample
      2nd Dam: Blue Bess, by Badger Land                              speed from the four hole and was in front through
      3rd Dam: Sleepy Sis, by Advocator                               fractions of :22 4/5 and :45 1/5 while being pressed
  (C$9,500 RNA wlng '09 ONTNOV; C$8,000 yrl '10                       hard from the inside by the mare Barracks Road (Elusive
  ONTSEP). O-Domenic Triumbari; B-Sycamore Stable                     Quality). He put that foe away in upper stretch, then
  (ON); T-Katerina Vassilieva; J-L Contreras; $73,373.                nearly put himself over the rail when he unexpectedly
  Lifetime Record: 7-3-1-1, $128,996. *1/2 to Howsit-                 veered in several paths, but he straightened out and
  goinghotshot (Regal Remark), SW, $156,224.                          found the wire in time as Bear=s Chill and Quick Code
     Broken and Trained by Crupi’s New Castle Farm                    made it tight. Click for the chart or Video,
       Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad                              sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.

2--Miss Scarlett Road, 118, f, 3, Old Forester--Typical,              10th-WOX, $66,934, Alw, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m,
  by Alydeed. O-Tucci Stables. $24,458.                               6 1/2fT, 1:14 4/5, fm.
3--Memories Last Love, 115, f, 3, One Way Love--                      STRIKE RED (f, 4, Smart Strike--Hummingbird Red
  Canyon Memories, by Canyon Creek (Ire). (C$9,000                    {MSP}, by Red Ransom) was no secret when she won
  RNA yrl '10 ONTSEP). O-Paul M Buttigieg. $12,229.                   by 5 1/2 lengths as part of the favored entry in a
       Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad                              course-and-distance maiden last September. She
Margins: 3 3/4, 4HF, 3 1/4. Odds: 6.55, 10.50, 21.45.                 missed the rest of the season, however, and didn=t race
   Blues Dancing, who won off by 8 1/2 lengths in a                   again until running fifth in a one-mile Keeneland
$20,000 maiden claimer at Woodbine last November,                     allowance Apr. 20. Sufficiently tightened off that race,
recently added her second victory in a statebred NW2L                 the 4-5 choice was one of several vying for the early
                             going five furlongs on the Poly          lead, and ultimately secured an ideal tracking spot in
                             Apr. 8. Adding a quarter mile            third while racing along the pine. She allowed the
                             here, she took advantage of a            runaway pacesetter just enough rope, but overhauled
                             track playing to speed and               her at the furlong grounds and drew off to a sharp four-
                             jumped out to lead through a             length tally. The 24-1 Admitit (E Dubai) was second
                             half in :45 3/5. Jockey Luis             best. The winner is a half to Scarlet Butterfly (Theatrical
                             Contreras kept her mind to               {Ire}), GSP, $241,017. Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-0,
      Michael Burns photo                                             $83,420. Click for the chart or Video,
                             business and his charge came
home an easy first black-type winner. "She had speed                  sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
[when she was younger], but it was out of control,"                   O-Sam-Son Farms. B-Sam-Son Farm (ON). T-Malcolm
said winning trainer Katerina Vassilieva. "When we took               Pierce.
the blinkers off [two starts ago], she actually learned                            Registered Ontario-Bred
how to settle quite nicely and relax. She's getting
better with every race. I'm really happy with her." Click
for the chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.   1st-WOX, $50,088, Msw, (S), 2yo, f, 4 1/2f (AWT),
                                                                      :53 1/5, ft.
2nd-WOX, $77,970, Alw, Opt. Clm.                                      +NATURAL BLONDE (f, 2, Mobil--Blonde Wisdom
($80,000-$75,000), NW3X, 3yo/up, 6f (AWT),                            {SP}, by Whiskey Wisdom), a 13-1 outsider, hooked up
1:10 1/5, ft.                                                         with fellow longshot Manatee Divers (Silent Name
1--ETERNAL RULE, 122, g, 4, Tribal Rule--Eternal                      {Jpn}) from the break and dueled through a quarter in
  Legend, by Gold Legend. O/B-Don Myers (ON); T-Sid                   :22 2/5. She got her neck in front but an eighth a
  C Attard. Lifetime Record: SW, 4-4-0-0, $224,755.                   furlong out, but a game Manatee Divers re-rallied and
  *1/2 to Frumious (Grindstone), GSW, $259,192.                       got to within a nose at the wire. Professor=s Ride (Silent
               Registered Ontario-Bred                                Name {Jpn}) made an eye-catching rally for third. Sales
                                                                      history: C$32,000 yrl '11 ONTSEP. Lifetime Record:
2--Bear's Chill, 122, c, 4, Artie Schiller--Silver Nithi, by          1-1-0-0, $29,349. Click for the chart or
  Numerous. ($78,914 yrl '09 ONTSEP).                                 Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
3--Quick Code, 122, g, 4, Omega Code--She Ain't                       O-C E C Farms. B-Paul Buttigieg (ON). T-Scott H Fairlie.
  Much, by Phone Trick. ($18,568 yrl '09 ONTSEP).                           Registered Ontario-Bred/CTHS Grad
Margins: HF, NK, 2 3/4. Odds: 0.70, 4.65, 4.45.
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Yesterday=s Results:                                             Yesterday=s Results:
9th-CDX, $59,522, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($80,000),                      FRAN'S VALENTINE S., $71,750, BHP, 5-20, (S),
NW3$X, 3yo/up, 1 1/16m, 1:42 3/5, ft.                            3yo/up, f/m, 1mT, 1:34 4/5, fm.
1--ROGUE ROMANCE, 125, c, 4, Smarty Jones--                      1--HALO DOLLY, 122, f, 4, Popular--Spanish Halo, by
   Lovington, by Afleet. ($65,000 yrl '09 KEESEP).                  Comic Strip. O-Blackmore, Hoefflin, Hoefflin,
   O-Catesby W Clay; B-Runnymede Farm Inc & Catesby                 Hollendorfer, O'Farrell, Robin, Tahajian & Toda;
   W Clay (KY); T-Kenneth G McPeek. Lifetime Record:                B-Rod & Lorraine Rodriguez (CA); T-Jerry
   GISP, 8-4-0-2, $396,045. *1/2 to Savorthetime                    Hollendorfer; J-Joseph Talamo; $43,050. Lifetime
   (Gilded Time), GSW, $605,356; Tizbig (Tiznow),                   Record: 18-10-3-1, $361,780.
   MGSP, $134,500.                                               2--Sugarinthemorning, 116, f, 4, Candy Ride (Arg)--
2--Achaemenes, 123, g, 4, Empire Maker--Queenie                     Social Belle, by In Excess (Ire). O-Stephen B
   Belle, by Bertrando. ($200,000 wlng '08 KEENOV;                  Weissman. $14,350.
   $180,000 yrl '09 FTSAUG).                                     3--Camille C, 116, m, 5, Roman Dancer--Paris Operetta,
3--Westshore, 125, h, 5, Saint Liam--Alexi Dancer, by               by Rahy. ($4,200 2yo >09 BESJAN). O-Carlos
   A.P. Indy.                                                       Polanco. $8,610.
Margins: 5, HF, HF. Odds: 0.40, 7.30, 8.80.                      Margins: 2HF, 1 3/4, 1HF. Odds: 1.70, 0.70, 6.80.
   Rogue Romance was shaping into a horse with plenty               Halo Dolly sprang the slight upset here over the odds-
of promise as a juvenile, when he won the grassy                 on Sugarinthemorning, who two back just missed
                         GIII Bourbon S. at Keeneland before     becoming a Grade I winner in the Santa Monica S. Halo
                         running third, albeit well off Uncle    Dolly, winner of last year=s Solana Beach H. at Del Mar
                         Mo (Indian Charlie), in the GI          and Diamond Jubilee S. at Santa Rosa, won a grassy
                         Breeders= Cup Juvenile at Churchill     allowance at Golden Gate Apr. 6 before tiring to fifth as
                         Downs. But he made just one start       the favorite in the B Thoughtful S. on the main track
                         last term, however, finishing third     here Apr. 28. Jockey Joe Talamo wasn=t taking any
                         to Mucho Macho Man (Macho Uno)          chances in the small five-horse field and went right to
                         in the GII Risen Star S. Returning 13   the front, where Halo Dolly dictated :23 3/5 and :47
                         months later, he promptly won a         flat splits with Sugarinthemorning glued to her outside.
                         one-mile optional claimer on the dirt   The latter bid in earnest in upper stretch, but Halo Dolly
                         at Gulfstream Mar. 31, but              turned her back and drew away. "She relaxed so well
   Churchill/Reed Palmer appeared to not like Keeneland=s        for me today,@ said Talamo. AI had a ton of horse down
                         main track when last of seven in        the backside. I was a little worried when
Wise Dan (Wiseman=s Ferry)=s GIII Ben Ali S. Apr. 22.            Sugarinthemorning headed me at the three-eighths, but
Back on conventional dirt at the heavy 2-5 pick, he was          I knew I had a lot left in the tank. I want to thank the
kept within striking distance of pacesetter Achaemenes           owners and Mr. [Jerry] Hollendorfer [trainer] for putting
before blowing past that rival in the lane. Click for the        me on he, because I knew a lot of other jockeys chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.      wanted to ride.@ Click for the chart or
                                                                 Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
4th-CDX, $52,412, Msw, 3yo/up, 1 1/8mT, 1:48, fm.
AT THE PULPIT (g, 3, Pulpit--Apex Princess, by Deputy
Minister) was haltered away from owner Peter Redekop
and trainer Michael Stidham for $30,000 in a third-
place effort against maiden claiming company at Fair
Grounds Mar. 8. Fifth beaten three lengths in a grassy
Keeneland maiden special Apr. 27, the gelding quickly
earned back the majority of his purchase price here at
odds of 6-1. After saving ground, he powered to the
front in mid-stretch and was able to stave off the late
thrust of Dreams Cut Short (Belong to Me) by a neck.
Sales history: $135,000 wlng '09 KEENOV; $120,000
RNA yrl '10 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 7-1-0-3,
$45,710. Click for the chart or Video,
sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
O-Chicago 8 LLC. B-Erik & Mary Jo Amlie (KY).
T-Michelle Lovell.                                               Rosemary Homeister, Jr. celebrates her 2,500th win aboard Eastern
       Another Successful Brookdale Sales Graduate               Precipice in yesterday’s 7th race at Arlington Park Four Footed Fotos
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6th-BHP, $54,350, Alw, NW1$X, 3yo/up, f/m,
1 1/16mT, 1:42 4/5, fm.
1--BYRONY (IRE), 124, f, 4, Byron (GB)--Saphire (GB)
  (MSP-Eng), by College Chapel (GB). (21,000gns wlng
  '08 TATDEC; 24,000gns yrl '09 TATOCT; 36,000gns
  HRA 2011 TATDEC). O-Batchelor Family Trust &             First-crop starters to watch: Monday, May 21
  Judi Partridge; B-Mr & Mrs C Booth (IRE); T-John W       Sire (Sire’s Sire), current farm, 2009 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/
  Sadler. Lifetime Record: 19-6-0-3, $69,781.              BlackTypeWnrs * Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available)
2--Romantic Wish (GB), 122, f, 4, Hawk Wing--Jules         MARCAVELLY (Johannesburg), 33/0/0
  (Ire), by Danehill. (8,000gns yrl '09 TATOCT;            3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Pumped Up Kicks, 20-1
  65,000gns HRA 2011 TATHIT).                              3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Simple Snyder, 20-1
3--Last Sting, 119, m, 5, Scorpion--Fachosa's Last, by     3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +The B's and E's, 5-2
  Laubali.                                                 WAR CRY (Unbridled), 19/0/0
Margins: 2 3/4, 3/4, 2HF. Odds: 1.60, 3.50, 2.10.          3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Warbred, $22K CAN SEP yrl, 15-1
  Byrony won four of her eight 2010 starts, but proved
only a modest handicap performer last year in Britain,     First/Second-crop starters to watch: Monday, May 21
where here lone victory in 10 starts came in a one-mile    Sire (Sire’s Sire), current farm, 2008 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/
Goodwood event in October. Acquired for 36,000gns          BlackTypeWnrs * Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available)
at Tattersalls December, she was working forwardly for     QUICK IN DEED (Alydeed), 2/0/0
her U.S. bow and the word was out here. Jockey             3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Real Income, 4-1
Rafael Bejarano kept her in the clear on the outside as    SILENT NAME (JPN) (Sunday Silence), Adena KY, $8K, 116/15/0
Romantic Wish cut out the running. She lost a little       3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Lip Singer, $15K CAN SEP yrl, 8-1
ground heading into the far turn, but, produced on the
outside in upper stretch, unleashed a smart turn of foot
to sweep past the longtime leader. Click for the chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made

1st-BHP, $52,920, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($80,000), NW1$X,
3yo, 6fT, 1:08 4/5, fm.
                                                           Yesterday=s Results:
CANULETMEDOWNEASY (c, 3, With Distinction--
                                                           VINTAGE CROP S.-Listed, i40,000, Navan, 5-20,
Mismatch, by Polish Navy), who got his neck down to
                                                           4yo/up, 1 3/4mT, 3:06.90, gd.
graduate in a maiden special over course and distance
                                                           1--FAME AND GLORY (GB), 136, h, 6, by Montjeu (Ire)--
May 5, came right back to make it two straight. The
                                                              Gryada (GB) (GSP-Ity), by Shirley Heights (GB).
2-1 third choice in a field of four, he was up from the
                                                              (190,000gns wnlg >06 TATDEC). O-Mrs Fitri Hay,
inside to duel through a half in :45 1/5 and was full of
                                                              Derrick Smith, Susan Magnier & Michael Tabor;
run late to defeat favored Senor Rain (El Nino) by 1 1/2
                                                              B-Ptarmigan Bloodstock & Kirsten Rausing; T-Aidan
lengths. Sales history: $10,000 RNA yrl '10 FTKFEB;
                                                              O=Brien; J-Joseph O=Brien; i26,000. Lifetime Record:
$55,000 2yo >11 OBSAPR. Lifetime Record: 6-2-2-0,
                                                              Ch. Stayer-Eur, Hwt. Older Horse-Ire (2x) & Eng at
$86,700. Click for the chart or Video,
sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.                               14f+, 22-14-3-1, i2,854,147. *1/2 to Grampian
O-Cory Wagner. B-Alan Parker & Janet W Hoke DVM               (GB) (Selkirk), MSP-Eng, $172,121.
(FL). T-Mark Glatt.                                        2--Unaccompanied (Ire), 126, m, 5, Danehill Dancer (Ire)--
                                                              Legend Has It (Ire), by Sadler=s Wells. O/B-Moyglare
2nd-BHP, $67,052, Msw, 2yo, f, 4 1/2f (AWT), :52, ft.         Stud Farm; T-Dermot Weld; i8,000.
+TILDE (f, 2, Swiss Yodeler--Self Taught, by Cee's         3--Steps to Freedom (Ire), 129, g, 6, Statue of Liberty--
Tizzy), at 8-1, was hailing from connections who each         Dhakhirah (Ire), by Sadler=s Wells. (i20,000 wnlg >06
spring seem to cash a few at a price with this sire. And      GOFNOV; i7,000 yrl >07 GOFMIL). O-Mrs Sean
she did it the hard way, dueling between rivals early         Hussey; B-Michael Thornton; T-J Harrington; i4,000.
before losing the lead to the 2-5 Awesome Annie            Margins: NK, 3, 12. Odds: 5-4, 11-8, 13-2.
(Awesome Gambler) at the 3/16th pole. But the              Also Ran: Rising Wind (Ire), Lovers Peace (Ire), Table
homebred battled back gamely to the inside, retaking       Mountain (Ire), Notable Graduate (Ire).
the lead in the final yards and winning by a long neck.       Since being trained as a stayer at the start of last
Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $40,560. Click for the           term, Fame and Glory came good when it counted chart or Video, sponsored by Taylor Made       when successful in the G1 Gold Cup and the G3 British
Sales.                                                     Champions= Long Distance Cup at Ascot, but had also
O-Mike Harrington Trustee. B-Revocable Trust of Dr         looked shaky when turned over at 1-3 in the Listed Irish
Mikel C Harrington and Patricia O Harrington (CA).         St Leger Trial before finishing 23-lengths fourth in the
T-Mike Harrington.                                         main event itself at The Curragh.
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Vintage Crop S. cont.

  Punters could not make up their mind which Fame
and Glory would turn up for this traditional prep for the
Royal meeting, which he won 12 months ago and                     Yesterday's Result:
which predecessor Yeats (Ire) (Sadler=s Wells) took on            MERCEDES-BENZ-SPRINTPREIS (BRONZENE
two occasions, and he was allowed to drift despite                PEITSCHE)-Listed, i20,000, Baden-Baden, 5-20,
being sent off the marginal market leader over                    3yo/up, 6fT, 1:07.95, gd.
Unaccompanied. Racing in a close-up second early, the             1--SMOOTH OPERATOR (GER), 134, g, 6, by Big Shuffle--
bay took up the running with over a mile to race and                Salzgitter (GB), by Salse. O-Gerd Zimmermann;
despite being strongly pressed by the second favorite in            B/T-Mario Hofer; J-Stefanie Hofer; i12,000. Lifetime
the final quarter mile, kept digging in to show his best            Record: MGSW-Fr & Ger, GSP-Ity, 29 starts, 7 wins,
form. Click for the Racing Post chart or Video, courtesy            9 places, i387,725. *Full to Something Stupid (Ger),                                                     SW-Ger; and 1/2 to Sugar Baby Love (Ger) (Second
                                                                    Empire {Ire}), SW & GSP-Ger, $155,561.
Navan, 14.35, Mdn, i14,500, 2yo, 5f 182ydsT,                      2--Arabian Falcon (GB), 117, c, 3, Dutch Art (GB)--
1:15.30, gd.                                                        Castilian Queen, by Diesis (GB). (i45,000 wnlg >09
+CRISTOFORO COLOMBO (c, 2, Henrythenavigator--La                    GOFNOV; i36,000 yrl >10 GOFSPT; 14,000gns HIT
Traviata {MSW, $129,248}, by Johannesburg), a half-                 >11 TATJUL). O-Lucien van der Meulen; B-Silfield
brother to last year=s G1 Middle Park winner Crusade                Bloodstock; T-Axel Kleinkorres; i5,000.
(Mr. Greeley), G1SW, $164,220, was loaded wearing a               3--Konig Concorde (Ger), 134, g, 7, Big Shuffle--
stall blanket, but left that behind when making a slick             Kaiserin (Ger), by Ile de Bourbon. O-Wolfgang
exit to race in a close second in this racecourse bow.              Frohlich; B-Gestut Elsetal; T-C Sprengel; i2,000.
Allowed an inch of rein apssing the two pole, the 7-2             Margins: 3/4, 1, 4. Odds: 2.20, 11.60, 6.80.
second choice quickened to fore soon after and was                Also Ran: Exciting Life (Ire), Birthday Lion (Ger), Walero
educated to the line under hands-and-heels riding to              (Ger), Meryl (Ger), Matchday (GB).
assert by 1 /2 lengths from Scream Blue Murder (Ire)
(Oratorio {Ire}). AHe jumped and travelled well, and was
quite green in front,@ trainer Aidan O=Brien told AHe=s by Henrythenavigator, who was a
good-moving horse, and he would appreciate a bit                  Yesterday=s Result:
faster ground.@ The winner represents the second for              PREMIO ITS (PREMIO TULLIO RIGHETTI)-Listed,
his freshman sire (by Kingmambo). Lifetime Record:                i34,200, Rome, 5-20, 3yo, 1mT, time: 1:36.50, gd/sf.
1-1-0-0, i10,005. Video, courtesy                 1--#SILENT KILLER (IRE), 125, c, 3, by Oratorio (Ire)
O-Susan Magnier. Michael Tabor & Derrick Smith; La                   1st Dam: Pinky Mouse (Ire), by Machiavellian
Traviata Syndicate; T-Aidan O=Brien.                                 2nd Dam: Blushing Pink, by Blushing Groom (Fr)
                                                                     3rd Dam: Ma Biche, by Key to the Kingdom
Navan, 15.35, Mdn, i10,000, 3yo, 1 5/8mT, 3:00.44,                  O-Scuderia Effevi; B-Dioscuri SRL; T-Stefano Botti;
gd.                                                                 J-Fabio Branca; i19,000. Lifetime Record: 11-5-3-0,
OFFER (IRE) (c, 3, Montjeu {Ire}--Valdara {GB} {GSP-                i65,722. *1/2 to Sunday's Brunch (Ire) (Indian Lodge
Fr}, by Darshaan {GB}), runner-up on debut at                       {Ire}), GSW-Ity, $185,160; 3/4 to Blessed Luck (Ire)
Tipperary last time May 3, soon led in this second go.              (Rock of Gibraltar {Ire}), GSW-Ity, $146,307.
Maintaining command thoughout, the 1-9 lock was                   2--Saint Bernard (GB), 125, c, 3, Three Valleys--
shaken up in mid-stretch and inched clear under                     Savignano (GB), by Polish Precedent. (i18,000 yrl >10
whipless coaxing in the latter stages to easily dispose             ITYSEP). O-Scuderia Colle Papa SRL; B-Grundy
of Civil War (Ire) (Scorpion {Ire}) by 4 1/4 lengths. The           Bloodstock SRL; T-Daniele Camuffo; i8,360.
winner is a 3/4-sibling to Musha Merr (Ire) (Sadler's               SGA Sold! Italy’s Premier Yearling Sale is Sept. 21-22, 2012!
Wells), SW-UAE & Eng; and a half to Cymbal (Ire)                  3--Super Test (Ity), 125, g, 3, Altieri (GB)--Mien
(Singspiel {Ire}), SW-Ger & SP-Fr, $116,072. Lifetime                Toujours (Ire), by Intikhab. O-Francesco de Pascale;
Record: 2-1-1-0, i8,600. Video, courtesy                             B-Domenico Mareri; T-Marco Oppo; i4,560.                                                   Margins: 2, 3/4, 2HF. Odds: 0.85, 5.80, 20.90.
O-Derrick Smith, Michael Tabor & Susan Magnier;                   Also Ran: Siamo di Fano (GB), Rivertime (Ity), Art of Dreams (Fr), Roma
B-Barronstown Stud; T-Aidan O=Brien.                              Kitten, Mamath (Ire), Hamble (GB), Leis An Athair (Ire).
                                                                     Silent Killer won a mile conditions test at the San Siro
                                                                  Apr. 4 and back here 25 days later and stepped up on
                                                                  prior efforts to record an initial black-type win. Sent
                    TDN TODAY
                                                                  straight to the lead by a confident Fabio Branca, the
Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 pages   bay stretched his rivals with a kick from three out and
                                                                  never looked likely to be pegged back thereafter.
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                                                               IT'S ONLY MONEY S., $50,900, CTX, 5-19, (S),
                                                               3yo/up, 4 1/2f, :51 3/5, ft.
                                                               1--RUSSELL ROAD, 122, g, 6, Wheaton--Roberta
                                                                 Grump, by Verification. O-Mark E Russell; B-Robert H
                                                                 Lloyd (WV); T-James W Casey; J-Mathew Carroll
SNITZEL FILLY TOPS IN SCONE Warwick Farm                         McGowan; $30,540. Lifetime Record: 34-21-4-4,
trainer David Vandyke secured the highest-priced                 $1,208,884. *1/2 to Sweet Annuity (Oh Say), MSW,
offering at Sunday=s Inglis HTBA Scone Yearling Sale             $260,052; Shesanothergrump (Weshaam), MSW,
when securing a Snitzel (Aus) filly for A$90,000.                $231,629; Shesagrumptoo (Luftikus), MSW,
Offered by Arrowfield Stud as lot 171, the dark bay is           $453,004; Natures Annuity (Valiant Nature), MSP,
out of Sharp Enough (NZ) (Kaapstad {Aus}), making her            $448,038.
a half-sister to stakes-placed Intelligentsia (Aus)            2--Henry the Lover, 122, g, 7, Windsor Castle--Flirtation
(Danzero {Aus}). Her dam is a half to New Zealand                Walk, by Danzig Connection. O-Long Shot Racing
champion Keeninsky (Aus) (Stravinsky). Of the 196 lots           Stable LLC. $10,180.
offered, 167 successfully changed hands for a                  3--Mastic Village, 122, g, 6, Pana Brass--Uppatuppa's
clearance rate of 85%. The gross was A$2,177,000,                Charm, by Williamstown. O-Weyburn Farm & B M
the average was A$13,036, and the median was                     Godfrey. $5,599.
A$10,000. For complete results, visit           Margins: 2, 2HF, NO. Odds: 0.20, 10.00, 28.90.

                                                               ROSS MCLEOD S., $48,915, HST, 5-19, 3yo, f, 6 1/2f,
      B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N                           1:16 2/5, ft.
                                                               1--#OUR ELEANOR, 117, f, 3, Successful Appeal--
               AMERICA                                           Pretty Jane (SW & GSP, $233,190), by
                                                                 Subordination. ($47,000 RNA yrl '10 FTKOCT).
BLACK-TYPE RESULTS:                                              O-Peter Redekop B C Ltd; B-Ballycapple LLC (KY);
GRAY'S LAKE S., $68,633, PRM, 5-19, (S), 3yo, c/g,               T-Craig MacPherson; J-Amadeo Perez; $29,349.
6f, 1:10 2/5, ft.                                                Lifetime Record: 10-3-3-2, $87,201.
1--#FREEZE YOUR KELA, 118, g, 3, Kela--Eighty Below            2--Evelyn's Dancer, 119, f, 3, Songandaprayer--
  Eve (MSW, $191,356), by Now Listen. O/B-River                  Seraphic Too, by Southern Halo. ($4,700 wlng '09
  Ridge Ranch (IA); T-Chris Richard; J-Terry J                   KEENOV; $4,500 yrl '10 KEESEP). O-Mark
  Thompson; $41,179. Lifetime Record: 4-2-1-0,                   DeDomenico LLC & North American Thoroughbred
  $76,385. **1/2 to Frozen Angel (Devil His Due), SW,            Horse Company, Inc. $9,783.
  $137,295.                                                    3--Dance the Wind, 117, f, 3, Second in
2--Voodooville, 119, g, 3, Petionville--Voodoo's Sister,       Command--Our
  by Storm Boot. O-Karon Ashford. $13,727.                       Country Girl, by Western Trick. (C$5,400 RNA yrl '10
3--I'm Honour Grad, 118, g, 3, Honour and Glory--Just            BRCSEP). O-Linda & Clive Lytle. $5,381.
  Jill, by Semoran. O-Brad Hemba. $6,863.                      Margins: 1 3/4, 1HF, 1 3/4. Odds: 5.90, 3.50, 23.75.
Margins: NK, 2, 3HF. Odds: 2.30, 0.80, 38.60.
                                                               ALLOWANCE RESULTS:
BOB BRYANT S., $67,641, PRM, 5-19, (S), 3yo, f, 6f,            8th-CDX, $58,000, NW2$X, 3yo/up, 1 1/16mT,
1:11, ft.                                                      1:41 1/5, fm.
1--#PRAIRE COUGAR, 118, f, 3, Smoke Glacken--                  MIDDIE (g, 4, Officer--Sweettrickydancer {MSW,
  Signaprenuptial, by Dixie Union. O-Prairie Mountain          $197,070}, by Green Dancer) Lifetime Record:
  Stable; B-Black Oak Farm & Wade Jacobson (IA);               13-3-0-3, $112,542. O-G Watts Humphrey, Jr & St
  T-Ray E Tracy, Jr; J-Alex Birzer; $40,585. Lifetime          George Farm Racing LLC. B-St George Farm LLC (KY);
  Record: 7-3-2-0, $100,776.                                   T-Philip J Oliver. *$45,000 RNA yrl '09 KEESEP.
2--Sacred Romance, 119, f, 3, El Nino--Holy Paree, by
  Holy Bull. O-Black Oak Farm. $13,528.                        10th-CDX, $49,765, Alw, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m, 5fT,
3--Dazzling Pioneer, 118, f, 3, Pioneering--                   :56 3/5, fm.
  Lovethatdazzle, by Dazzling Falls. O-Richard L &             FORMAL PLAN (f, 4, Formal Gold--Choice Plan, by
  Vickie S Cosaert & Ronald Taylor. $6,764.                    Game Plan) Lifetime Record: MSP, 9-2-2-2, $83,529.
Margins: 3, 3HF, NO. Odds: 1.90, 2.40, 6.40.                   O-Brooley Racing LLC. B-Willow Creek Farm, Inc (CA).
                                                               T-Jennifer Tooley.
A # will distinguish first-time stakes-winners, a @ will
indicate first-time graded stakes-winners, a s will            8th-PRM, $37,478, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, f/m, 1m70y,
denote a first-time Grade/Group 1 winner, a + will             1:45, ft.
indicate first-time starters, an (S) will be used for state-   BELLA ROAD (f, 4, Bellamy Road--Apple Creek, by
bred races, a (C) will be used for maiden-claiming races       Cryptoclearance) Lifetime Record: 11-2-2-0, $62,262.
and an (R) will be used for other restricted races.            O/B-Black Oak Farm (IA). T-Ray E Tracy, Jr.
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U.S. Breeders= Edition cont.                               9th-MNR, $20,200, 5-19, NW2L, 3yo, 1m, 1:40 2/5,
5th-IND, $36,000, 5-19, NW2L, (S), 3yo/up, 6f,             ft.
1:10 2/5, ft.                                              GRAY WAGON (g, 3, Silver Wagon--Frisky Kitty, by
MAN OF MIRACLES (g, 5, Lost Soldier--Brave and True,       Twining) Lifetime Record: 7-2-1-2, $29,447. O/B-Fred
by Fappiano) Lifetime Record: 4-2-2-0, $57,800.            Lewis Jr (KY). T-Ted W Lucas.
O/B-Reese Ranch (IN). T-Richard B Kohnhorst.
                                                           ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:
4th-GGX, $34,450, Opt. Clm. ($62,500), NW2$X,              +Love You Baby, f, 2, Petionville--Katrina's Fury, by
3yo/up, f/m, 1mT, 1:38 1/5, fm.                              Include. LAD, 5-20, (S), 4 1/2f, :52 2/5. B-Bayou
ANNIVERSARY GIRL (f, 4, Aragorn {Ire}--Whalah, by            Fitness Thoroughbred Division (LA).
Dixieland Band) Lifetime Record: SP, 20-4-5-4,             Sputey's Cabin, f, 3, Ballado Chieftan--Coutts Crane, by
$188,188. O-Barnett Stables LLC. B-William B Harrigan        Wayne's Crane. CBY, 5-20, (S), 5 1/2f, 1:06 2/5.
(KY). T-Jerry Hollendorfer. *$19,000 RNA yrl '09             B-Peter Lynn Milinkovich (MN).
KEESEP.                                                    Montana Kid, c, 3, Empire Maker--Keeping the Gold
9th-EVD, $31,000, 5-19, NW2L, (S), 3yo/up, 6f, 1:10,         & GSP, $183,173), by Langfuhr. APX, 5-20, (S),
ft.                                                          1mT, :00. B-Team Block & Darrell & Sadie Brommer
EASY TO PLEASE ME (g, 5, Easyfromthegitgo--Grey              (IL).
Matter, by Housebuster) Lifetime Record: 4-2-0-1,          +Sheza Crafty Cat, f, 3, Fiber Sonde--Sheza Rocket, by
$33,660. O-Horace Charles. B-Jerry Squyres & Liz             Crafty Prospector. CTX, 5-19, (S), 4 1/2f, :53 2/5.
Squyres (LA). T-Patricia G West. *1/2 to Chief What It       B-Curtis & Tamera Bass (WV).
(Crafty Prospector), MSW, $207,601.                        Guidopanzini, g, 3, Giacomo--Natural Glory, by Honour
                                                             and Glory. BHP, 5-20, (C), 6f (AWT), 1:09 3/5.
4th-LAD, $29,000, NW3L, (S), 3yo/up, 1m70y,                  B-Jacki Garcia & April Mayberry (FL). *$55,000 2yo
1:43 3/5, ft.                                                >11 OBSAPR. **1/2 to Criolla Bonita (Lightnin N
FOUR JOES (g, 3, Jump Start--Little Miss Deb {SP}, by        Thunder), MSW & GSP, $126,820.
Valid Wager) Lifetime Record: 9-3-0-1, $75,712. O-         Happy Hour Honey, f, 3, Leroidesanimaux (Brz)--A J's
Steve D & Patricia L Roe. B-Roy Zuppardo (LA).               Honey, by Indian Charlie. CBY, 5-20, (S), 5 1/2f,
T-Patrick Mouton. *$7,700 yrl '10 LTBSEP.                    1:06 2/5. B-Paul Knapper & Bob Lindgren (MN).
                                                           Miss Smoke, f, 3, More Smoke--Mrs. Kensington, by
7th-CTX, $27,200, 5-19, NW3L, (S), 3yo/up, f/m,              Citidancer. CTX, 5-19, (S), 4 1/2f, :52 3/5. B-Maurice
6 1/2f, 1:21 2/5, ft.                                        F Casey DVM (WV).
BAILEY BLUEYES (f, 4, Civilisation--Answer Dancer, by      Sca Doodle, f, 3, Scat Daddy--Bubbly Baily, by Dixie
Gate Dancer) Lifetime Record: 10-3-1-0, $35,770.             Union. WOX, 5-20, 7f (AWT), 1:24 3/5. B-Burleson
O/B/T-Julie S Hess (WV).                                     Farms LLC & Hart Farm (KY). *$50,000 yrl '10

8th-CTX, $26,000, NW2LX, 3yo/up, f/m, 6 1/2f,
                                                                        Consigned by B URLESON FARMS
1:20 2/5, ft.
HARLAN'S CROWN (f, 3, Harlan=s Holiday--Let's Coast,         KEESEP; $125,000 2yo >11 FTFFEB.Bellachino, c, 3,
by Cozzene) Lifetime Record: 9-2-2-1, $49,670.             State City--Bonafide Belle, by
O-Smart Angle. B-Bohemia Stable (MD). T-Jeff C               Whitesburg. IND, 5-19, 6f, 1:12. B-Darrell Lackey &
Runco. *$37,000 yrl '10 KEEJAN. **1/2 to Wild Jacob          Paul Freadreacea (IN).
(Eurosilver), MSW, $176,034.                               Natalies Storm, f, 3, Storm Catcher--Natalies
                                                             Commander, by Deputy Commander. PRM, 5-20, (S),
5th-LSX, $25,000, 3yo/up, 5fT, :55 3/5, fm.                  6f, 1:14 3/5. B-Larry D Bain (IA).
COL. WRIGHT (c, 4, Officer--Betty's Wish {GSW,             Storming John, c, 3, Stormy Atlantic--Wanton, by
$215,440}, by Gold Case) Lifetime Record: SP,                Unbridled's Song. LAD, 5-20, a5fT, :57 3/5.
16-5-2-1, $96,084. O-Kathy Stephens & Frank                  B-Southern Equine Stables (LA). *$40,000 yrl '10
Nieschwietz. B-Magalen O Bryant (KY). T-Ralph E              TEXAUG; $45,000 2yo >11 FTMMAY.
Arnold Jr. *$6,000 yrl '09 KEESEP; $8,000 2yo >10          Brim, c, 3, Straight Line--Beret (SW & GSP, $251,251),
TEXMAR; $8,000 RNA 2yo >10 TEXMAR.                           by Royal Academy. APX, 5-20, (S), 1mT, 1:38.
         Sold by Waterford-Millford Farm                     B-Nancy Vanier & Lyda Williamson (IL).
                                                           Mister Mooreland, g, 3, Willie Blue--My Girl Casey, by
3rd-CRC, $25,600, NW1X, 3yo, f, 6f, 1:12, gd.                Fast Gold. IND, 5-19, (S), 1m, 1:42. B-Fritz Albright
SINISTER TALE (f, 3, Tale of the Cat--Sinister Sister        (IN).
{SP}, by Formal Dinner) Lifetime Record: 12-3-1-1,         City Scamper, f, 4, City Zip--Always Belong (MSP), by
$66,930. O-Cairoli Racing Stable, Vicente Stella Stables     Belong to Me. BEL, 5-20, (S), 1 1/16mT, 1:42 2/5.
LLC & Amin Saiden. B-John R & Martha Jane                    B-Dennis & Deborah Petrisak (NY). *$21,000 yrl '09
Mulholland (KY). T-Antonio Sano.                             FTNAUG; $24,000 RNA wlng '08 FTMDEC.
TDN P AROUND THE WORLD • 5/21/12 • PAGE 8 of 8 •

Additional Maiden winners cont.

Rocked, c, 4, Henny Hughes--Potential Pleasure, by
  Unbridled. APX, 5-20, (C), 5fT, :00. B-Dixiana
  Stables Inc (KY). *$280,000 yrl '09 KEESEP.
More Zen Tea, g, 4, Roaring Fever--Lady Di Huntley, by
  Shuailaan. BEL, 5-20, (S), 1 1/8mT, 1:50 4/5.                        WALDMARK (GER), 12, Mark Of Esteem (Ire)--
  B-Adam Madkour (NY). *$13,000 wlng '08 NYBOCT.                       Wurftaube (Ger), by Acatenango (Ger)
  **Full to Spa City Fever, SW, $263,268; Spa City                     Foal born Apr. 24, a filly by New Approach (Ire).
  Princess, SW & MGSP, $251,309.                                       Will be bred back to Dubawi (Ire).
Furia Personal, g, 5, Personal First--Isabel's Fury, by                Owned by and boarded at Newsells Park Stud.
  Jules. LSX, 5-20, 7 1/2fT, 1:30 3/5. B-Dixiana                       Accomplishments: GSP-Eng. Dam of Masked Marvel
  Stables Inc (KY). *$1,000 yrl '08 TEXAUG.                            (GB) (Montjeu {Ire}), Hwt. 3yo-Eng at 14ft, G1SW-Eng,
                                                                       $569,399; Waldlerche (GB) (Monsun {Ger}), GSW-Fr.

                                                                       COURT RECEPTION, 16, A.P. Indy--Court Hostess, by
      B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N                                   Sovereign Dancer
                                                                       Foal born Apr. 27, a colt by Unbridled=s Song.
                EUROPE                                                 Owned by Tom Castoldi.
                                                                       Boarded at Taylor Made Sales Agency.
ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS:                                             Accomplishments: Dam of Ruby=s Reception (Rubiano),
                                                                       GSW, $365,130; Heritage Hall (Unbridled's Song),
Caruso (Ity), c, 2, Blu Air Force (Ire)--Black County (Ity),           GSP, $121,327.
  by Black Minnaloushe. Milan, Italy, 5-19, Mdn, 2yo,
  c/g, 6fT. B-Stefano Luciani. *Full to Air Country (Ity),             DIRTY RUSH, 9, Wild Rush--Satinet, by Olympio
  SW-Ity.                                                              Foal born Apr. 27, a filly by Tiznow.
Samba Do Brazil (Ire), f, 2, Excellent Art (GB)--Triple                Will be bred back to Malibu Moon.
  Axel (Ire), by Danehill Dancer (Ire). Milan, Italy, 5-19,            Owned by Pollock Farms, Louis Brooks Ranch & Taylor
  Mdn, 2yo, f, 6fT. B-John Harbottle. *17,000 RNA yrl                  Brothers Properties.
  >11 GOFSPT; i1,000 yrl >11 GOFNOV.                                   Boarded at Taylor Made Sales Agency.
Hillbilly Boy (Ire), c, 2, Haafhd (GB)--Erreur (Ire), by               Accomplishments: SP. Dam of Rush Now (Tiznow),
  Desert King (Ire). Ripon, Britain, 5-20, Mdn, 2yo, 6fT.              MSW & GSP, $348,415.
  B-Tipper House Stud. *,15,000 RNA yrl >11
  DONAUG.                                                              SALT CHAMP (ARG), 12, Salt Lake--Wandel (Arg), by
Coin Of Courage (Ire), c, 3, Dylan Thomas (Ire)--                      Fitzcarraldo (Arg)
  Daralaka (Ire), by The Minstrel. Navan, Ireland, 5-20,               Foal born Apr. 27, a filly by Tiznow.
  Mdn, 3yo/up, 1mT. B-Dr Dean Harron. *50,000gns                       Will be bred back to Bernardini.
  RNA wnlg >09 TATDEC; i40,000 RNA yrl >10                             Owned by Diamond A Racing Corp. & Arturo Vargas.
  ARQAUG.                                                              Boarded at Diamond A.
Star Date (Ire), g, 3, Galileo (Ire)--Play Misty For Me                Accomplishments: Ch 3yo filly-Arg, GISW-Us &
  (Ire), by Danehill Dancer (Ire). Ripon, Britain, 5-20,               MGISW-Arg, $217,541. Dam of Champ Pegasus
  Mdn, 3yo, 1 1/8mT. B-Macquarie. *40,000gns RNA                       (Fusaichi Pegasus), GISW, $1,052,520.
  yrl >10 TATOCT. **Full to Quest for Peace (Ire), SW-
  Ire & GSP-Eng, $169,689.                                             MY REEM, 19, Chief's Crown--Fabulous Salt, by Le Fabuleux
+Lezar (Ger), c, 3, Motivator (GB)--La Donna (GB)                      Foal born Apr. 28, a filly by Speightstown.
  (GSP-Ger), by Shirley Heights (GB). Baden-Baden,                     Will be bred back to Rock Hard Ten.
  Germany, 5-19, Mdn, 3yo, 1mT. B-Gestut Hof                           Owned by Larry Goichman.
  Ittlingen.                                                           Boarded at Edition Farm.
                                                                       Accomplishments: Dam of Willard Straight (Lion
                                                                       Cavern), MSW & GSP, $302,029; Jesse=s Justice (Lear
                          Having trouble getting your TDN email        Fan), SW $177,226.
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                      in your spam folder. Click on `spam’ on the      MARAM, 6, SahmBAmerican Dreamer, by Quest For
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click `more’ and it will be in the drop-down menu.) Find the TDN
  email we sent you, and click `Not Spam’ at the top. The email        Foal born Apr. 30, a colt by Giant=s Causeway.
    will resume delivery in your normal email box. Questions?          Owned by Karen Woods.
                                                                       Boarded at Sheltowee Farm.
             Suefinley@                      Accomplishments: GSW, $900,320.

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