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                 AMERMAN                                                              ❖ Earned first Breeders’ Cup win in 2003 as Adoration cruised to a front-
                                                                                        running victory in the Distaff under jockey Patrick Valenzuela, finishing 4 1/
              RACING STABLES                                                            2 lengths clear of Elloluv while paying $83.40. Victory came with second
                                                                                        Breeders’ Cup starter (Siphonic finished third in 2001 Juvenile).
           (John & Jerry Amerman)                                                     ❖ Adoration returned in 2004 to win Santa Anita’s Santa Margarita Invitational
                                                                                        Handicap as well as Churchill Downs’ Fleur de Lis Handicap and the Arlington
Residence: Palos Verdes Estates                                                         Matron Handicap. The 5-year-old mare was retired with an ankle injury before
Silks: Royal blue, blue “A” on white ball on back, white bars on sleeves, blue cap.     she could defend her Breeders’ Cup title. She won eight of 20 starts and earned
Major Stakes Wins                                                                       $2,051,160. “She was the world’s healthiest horse,” commented John Amerman,
Arlington Matron H. (GIII-AP) — Adoration (2004)                                        “as honest as the day is long, and she’s been so good to us.”
Bay Meadows Derby H. (BM) — Blue Stellar (2001)                                       ❖ New acquisition Spoken Fur won the first two legs of New York’s Triple Tiara
Beverly Hills H. (GI-Hol) — Happyanunoit (2000)                                         in 2003, capturing the Mother Goose and Coaching Club American Oaks
Breeders’ Cup Distaff (GI) — Adoration (2003-OT)                                        before finishing third in the Alabama.
Clark H. (GII-CD) — Lido Palace (2002)                                                ❖ One day after being honored for their 2001 accomplishments by the Thor-
Clement L. Hirsch H. (GI-OT) — Mash One (1999-2000)                                     oughbred Owners and Breeders Association in New York, won the 2002
Coaching Club American Oaks (GI-Bel) — Spoken Fur (2003)                                running of Belmont Park’s $500,000 Woodward Stakes with Chilean-bred
Elkhorn S. (GIII-Kee) — Drama Critic (2000)                                             Lido Palace. Horses earned $2.1 million in 2002.
Fleur de Lis H. (GII-CD) — Adoration (2004)                                           ❖ Won 11 stakes with seven different horses in 2001, an accomplishment that
Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Happyanunoit (2001)                                                would gain the California couple recognition as the top owners in their region
Golden Gate H. (GIII-GG) — No Slip (2002)                                               by TOBA. Banner year of 2001 included Grade I victories by Lido Palace in
Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Printemps (2001)                                               Saratoga’s Whitney Handicap, a $1,008,000 event, and Belmont’s Woodward
Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Adoration (2002)                                             Stakes. Earnings ($2,885,983) tripled those from previous year.
Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Siphonic (2001)                                         ❖ Siphonic, a game third after sitting close to hot pace in the 2001 Breeders’ Cup
La Canada S. (GII-SA) — Balance (2007)                                                  Juvenile in just his third career start, entered 2002 as North America’s
Lane’s End Br. Futurity (GII-Kee) — Siphonic (2001)                                     leading Triple Crown candidate following 3 1/2-length win in the $460,750
Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — Balance (2006)                                                Hollywood Futurity. But ankle and back injuries kept Siphonic out of the
Matiara S. (Hol) — Heads Will Roll (2001)                                               Triple Crown events
Matriarch (GI-Hol) — Happyanunoit (1999)                                              ❖ Won three of Hollywood Park’s most prestigious events with New Zealand
Mother Goose S. (GI-Bel) — Spoken Fur (2003)                                            champion Happyanunoit — the 1999 Matriarch, the 2000 Beverly Hills
Oak Tree Derby (GII-OT) — No Slip (2001)                                                Handicap and the 2001 Gamely. Happyanunoit was 3-year-old filly champion
Palomar H. (GIII-Dmr) — Happyanunoit (1999)                                             in New Zealand in 1998 before being purchased by John Amerman.
Pebbles H. (GIII-Bel) — Heads Will Roll (2001)                                          Happyanunoit was retired in July of 2001 with an ankle ligament injury after
River City H. (GIII-CD) — Demarcation-DH (2008)                                         winning five stakes in the U.S. She earned $1,582,118. Her final victory was
San Gorgonio H. (GIII-SA) — Fencelineneighbor (2005)                                    achieved in the Gamely on May 26, 2001.
Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Balance (2006)                                             ❖ Campaigned Chilean-bred Mash One, winner of the Grade I Clement L.
Santa Lucia H. (SA) — Printemps (2001)                                                  Hirsch Turf Championship in 2000 in partnership with Roberto Palumbo
Santa Margarita Inv. H. (GI-SA) — Adoration (2004); Balance (2007)                      Ossa. Mash One was a repeat winner, although a year earlier the race was
Senorita S. (GIII-Hol) — Adoration (2002)                                               known as the Oak Tree Turf Championship.
Transylvania S. (GIII-Kee) — Chattahoochee War (2005)                                 ❖ Watched race from home on TVG as 4-year-old Drama Critic captured 2000
Whitney H. (GI-Sar) — Lido Palace (2001)                                                Elkhorn at Keeneland. Purchased Drama Critic for $160,000 at the 1997
Woodward S. (GI-Bel) — Lido Palace (2001-02)                                            Keeneland September yearling sale. Drama Critic was unraced at two.

❖ Purchased Valor Lady from Team Valor in February of 1996 and won the 1997              summer school at UCLA. Hollywood Park’s track president, Mervyn LeRoy,
  Ballston Spa Handicap at Saratoga — first stakes winner owned outright.                introduced him to his first trainer, Charlie Whittingham.
  Formerly raced Valor Lady and multiple Grade I winner Star Of Cozzene as           ❖   Bought first horse, Battle Royal, for $14,500, winning first out in 1968. It took
  member of Team Valor.                                                                  another 43 races to score again. First stakes winner, Crumbs, won the 1975
Background                                                                               El Cajon at Del Mar.
❖ John Amerman, now retired, is the former chief executive officer of Mattel Toys.   ❖   Moved his Country Road Farm in West Virginia to Maryland early in 1996.
  Member of the board of directors of Unocal Corporation and Aegis Group.                Purchased Country Road with the late Vinnie Moscarelli in mid-1970s.
❖ Daughter Anne owns Peacefield Farm in Temecula, Calif., a rehabilitation               Moscarelli served as farm manager and trainer.
  facility for horses injured at the racetrack or in the show ring.                  ❖   Stakes winners include Advance Guard (a $11,500 purchase and winner of
                                                                                         the Cortez and Inglewood handicaps at Hollywood and the San Diego
                                                                                         Handicap at Del Mar), Video Kid (Ancient Title at Hollywood), and No No.
                            BURT                                                     ❖   Soul of the Matter ran fifth in the 1994 Kentucky Derby and second to Cigar
                                                                                         in the inaugural Dubai World Cup in 1996. Soul of the Matter became the all-
                         BACHARACH                                                   ❖
                                                                                         time leading West Virginia-bred money-earner with $1.5 million in earnings.
                                                                                         Afternoon Deelites ran eighth in the 1995 Kentucky Derby.
Residence: Santa Monica                                                              Background
Silks: Light blue, royal blue musical notes in circle on back, royal blue cap.       ❖ Born in Kansas City. Spent early years in Forest Hills. Boyhood heroes were
Major Stakes Wins                                                                      New York Giants and Knicks. Son of famous journalist Bert Bacharach.
Bel Air H. (GII-Hol) — Soul of the Matter (1995)                                     ❖ Wife: Jane. Sons: Oliver and Christopher Elton. Daughters: Lea Nikki and Raleigh.
Commonwealth S. (GII-Kee) — Afternoon Deelites (1996)                                ❖ Internationally acclaimed singer, composer, producer and conductor.
Del Mar Oaks (GII-Dmr) — Heartlight No. One (1983)                                   ❖ Has won three Academy Awards, two Oscars for Best Song, multiple Grammy
Goodwood H. (GI-SA) — Soul of the Matter (1995)                                        Awards, two Emmy Awards, a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award.
Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Afternoon Deelites (1994)                              ❖ Wrote music scores for films “What’s New Pussycat,” “Casino Royale,” “After
Hollywood Oaks (GI-Hol) — Heartlight No. One (1983)                                    the Fox,” “Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid,” “Arthur” and “Night Shift.”
Malibu S. (GI-SA) — Afternoon Deelites (1995)                                        ❖ Among songs written include “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,” “Alfie”,
Ruffian S. (GI-Bel) — Heartlight No. One (1983)                                        “The Look of Love,” “Walk on By” and “What the World Needs Now is Love.”
San Felipe S. (GII-SA) — Soul of the Matter (1994); Afternoon Deelites (1995)
San Marcos S. (GII-SA) — One Off (2007)
Super Derby (GI-LaD) — Soul of the Matter (1994)                                                             GARY & CECIL
❖ Pedro Martin-trained Heartlight No. One won 1983 Eclipse Award as 3-year-
  old filly. Named for Neil Diamond hit “Heartlight,” inspired by movie “E.T.”       Residence: Cecil, Sherman Oaks; Gary, Los Angeles
❖ Earned an Eclipse Award for national television achievement in 1971.
❖ Won 1971 “Big Sport of Turfdom” award from the Turf Publicists of America.         2008: 304-70-49-47—$2,166,740
❖ Honored as 1995 Breeder of the Year by TOBA Maryland division.                     Silks: Hot pink, black “BB”, black epaulets, black cap.
❖ Breeding operation goes under the nom de course Blue Seas Music, named             Major Stakes Wins
  after his music publishing company.                                                Ancient Title S. (GI-OT) — Cost of Freedom (2008)
❖ Introduced to racing at early age in New York City at old Jamaica track by         Cat’s Cradle H. (Hol) — Curiously Sweet (2007)
  friends of his parents and then, later, with friend Eddie Wolpin, who gave him     Cougar II H. (Dmr) — Zappa (2008)
  his first song-writing contract.                                                   Green Flash H. (Dmr) — Fast Parade (2006)
❖ Spent most of his spare time at beach and track when he first came west for        Impressive Luck H. (SA) — Fast Parade (2007)
Morvich H. (GIII-OT) — Geronimo (2005)                                               also the 2004 champion 2-year-old male in Italy, Barber has raced (with Team
Nearctic S. (GII-Woo) — Fast Parade (2006)                                           Valor) Sweet Stream, winner of the 2004 group 1 Prix Vermeille in France,
San Pasqual H. (GII-SA) — Zappa (2008)                                               and Carnadore, the 2004-05 2-year-old male champion in South Africa.
Highlights                                                                         ❖ The Barbers began buying horses together after Gary’s first major film
❖ Led the 2008 Hollywood Park Autumn Meet with 11 wins and earnings of               success, “The Sixth Sense.”
  $400,400. Stable earned $2.1 million in 2008 as Zappa and Cost of Freedom
  led the way with graded stakes victories.
❖ Zappa, claimed for $32,000 in April of 2007, scored a 13-1 upset in the 2008                                  MICHAEL
  San Pasqual Handicap at Santa Anita and also won the Cougar II Handicap
  at Del Mar. Following the Cougar II, Zappa finished fourth in the Pacific                                      BELLO
  Classic. A winner of three races and $302,612 in 2008, he finished seventh in
  the Breeders’ Cup Marathon.                                                      Residences: Newport Coast and Del Mar
❖ Cost of Freedom, a $50,000 claim in July of 2008, won an allowance race by       Silks: Blue, yellow hoop and sleeves, blue cap.
  5 3/4 lengths in August at Del Mar and then captured the Grade I Ancient         Major Stakes Wins
  Title Handicap at Santa Anita to establish himself as a serious threat for the   American Oaks (Hol) — Megahertz (2002)
  Breeders’ Cup Sprint. He was a vet scratch in a move that rankled the owners     Beverly Hills H. (GII-Hol) — Megahertz (2005)
  and trainer John Sadler.                                                         Blue Norther S. (SA) — Megahertz (2002)
❖ Won a record 14 races at 2008 Del Mar meeting and also led the money             Cal Cup Juvenile Fillies (OT) — Runforthemoneybaby (2007)
  standings with $636,760.                                                         Honeymoon H. (GII-Hol) — Megahertz (2002)
Background                                                                         John C. Mabee H. (GI-SA) — Megahertz (2003)
❖ Gary and Cecil Barber were born in Johannesburg, South Africa.                   Kalookan Queen H. (SA) — Lovely Isle (2008)
❖ Cecil Barber resides in Sherman Oaks. Wife: April. Grown son, daughter and       Providencia (SA) — Megahertz (2002)
  two grandchildren. Came to the United States in May 1979. Is partner with        San Gorgonio H. (GIII-SA) — Megahertz (2004)
  brother-in-law in Ross Morgan & Co., a property-management firm that deals       Santa Ana H. (GII-SA) — Megahertz (2005)
  nearly exclusively in home owners associations. Has had the company for          Santa Barbara H. (GII-SA) — Megahertz (2003-05)
  nearly 30 years.                                                                 Silky Sullivan H. (GIII-GG) — Eastern Sand (2005)
❖ Gary Barber resides in Los Angeles. Three daughters. Studied commerce at         Some Sensation (SA) — Megahertz (2002)
  Wits University in South Africa on a soccer scholarship. Initially worked as     Yellow Ribbon (GI-Hol) — Megahertz (2005)
  a chartered accountant in South Africa and a CPA in the U.S. In Los Angeles,     Highlights
  co-founder and CEO with Roger Bimbaum of Spyglass Entertainment, which           ❖ Won inaugural running of Hollywood Park’s American Oaks in 2002 when
  has produced such motion pictures as “Seabiscuit” (nominated for seven             Megahertz finished second to Dublino, but was moved up through disqualification.
  Academy Awards), “Memoirs of a Geisha” (won three Academy Awards), “The          ❖ Megahertz, imported from France in late 2001 and purchased by Bello in
  Insider” (nominated for seven Academy Awards) and “The Sixth Sense”                early 2002, won her first five starts in the U.S., all in stakes races. “I met
  (nominated for six Academy Awards). Has served as executive producer of            Bobby Frankel and we got along well, and he told me this filly was available,”
  more than 50 films, including “Seabiscuit.”                                        Bello said.
❖ Always a horse racing fan, Gary Barber won an all-expenses-paid trip to the      ❖ The diminutive filly with the strong finishing kick won four graded races in
  Arlington Million from South Africa in 1982 by picking four horses correctly       2005, including the Santa Barbara for the third consecutive year. She won
  in order to win a Rand Daily Mail handicapping competition. He campaigned          four of five starts, including the Grade I Yellow Ribbon, before finishing
  2000 Santa Anita Derby winner The Deputy in partnership with Team Valor.           eighth in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Belmont Park, ending her
  His horses have won not only in the U.S., but in France, Ireland, Australia,       career with 14 wins in 34 starts and earnings of $2,261,594. She won 14 races
  and South Africa. In addition to 2006 Woodbine Mile winner Becrux, who was         in the U.S., all stakes events, while finishing in the money in 22 of 26 starts.

Background                                                                         ❖ Claimed Choctaw Nation for $40,000 in 2004 and he won more than $1.2
❖ Born April 7, 1955, in Covina. Wife: Nancy. Sons: Stephen and Christopher.         million before being sold to an undisclosed Saudi Arabian owner early in
❖ Irvine-based building contractor. Established business in 1979.                    2006. Choctaw Nation was being prepared for the Godolphin Mile in March,
❖ Has been involved in racing since 1988. Megahertz was his first “big horse.”       after which he was to go to his new owner.
                                                                                   ❖ Choctaw Nation won the San Diego Handicap for the second straight year in
                                                                                     2005. He upset 2003 Breeders’ Cup Classic champion Pleasantly Perfect
                             ROBERT                                                  while winning the Grade II event in 2004.
                                                                                   ❖ First graded stakes win came with Captain Squire in the 2002 Lazaro Barrera
                             D. BONE                                                 Memorial at Hollywood Park. “He was my first big horse,” Bone said, “and will
                                                                                     probably always be my favorite because of that.”
Residence: Shingle Springs, Calif.                                                 ❖ Captain Squire, co-owned by Jeffrey Diener, registered his first stakes win in
2008: 205-46-39-36—$1,030,766                                                        the 2002 Turf Paradise Derby and became a Grade I winner in the 2005 Ancient
Silks: Black, gold crown emblem on black, gold sleeves, black and gold cap.          Title Handicap. He entered 2006 with earnings of more than $1.1 million.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                  Background
Ancient Title (GI-OT) — Captain Squire (2005)                                      ❖ Born Dec. 18, 1962, in Van Nuys, Calif. Wife: Lisa. Sons: Michael and Matthew.
Berkeley H. (GIII-GG) — Desert Boom (2005)                                         ❖ Graduated from State University of New York in Oswego in 1985.
Las Madrinas H. (Fpx) — Lookn Mighty Fine (2002)                                   ❖ Owns four automobile dealerships in Sacramento area.
Lazaro S. Barrera Memorial S. (GIII-Hol) — Captain Squire (2002)                   ❖ Began attending races with his father, a rabid fan. Spent many days watching
Oak Tree Derby (GII-SA) — Muny (2008)                                                morning workouts with father at Santa Anita while living in Arcadia as a
Phil D. Shepherd S. (Fpx) — Verkade (2004)                                           youngster. Father’s real estate job required move to Clifton Park, N.Y., near
San Diego H. (GII-Dmr) — Choctaw Nation (2004-05)                                    Saratoga. “I never missed a day there in ten years,” said Bone, who worked
San Luis Rey H. (GIII-GP) — Boule d’Or (2008)                                        in the clubhouse.
San Simeon H. (GIII-SA) — Glick (2004)                                             ❖ Became an owner in 1990 with trainer Jeff Mullins at Turf Paradise.
Sunshine Millions Sprint (SA) — Captain Squire (2003)
Tiznow S. (Hol) — Beau Soleil (2004)
❖ Seven-year-old Boule d’Or, a $50,000 claim two starts earlier, opened a wide
  lead on the backstretch under Tyler Baze and hung on to win the 2008 San
  Luis Rey Handicap by three-quarters of a length.                                 Residence: Calgary, Alberta
❖ Muny capped a three-race winning streak with an upset victory at 10-1 in the
  Oak Tree Derby.
                                                                                   Major Stakes Wins
❖ Became the first owner to sweep the six Southern California meet (win) titles    Bing Crosby H. (GI-Dmr) — Greg’s Gold (2005)
  in 2005 as his stable won 156 races (58 in Southern California) and more than    Monrovia H. (GIII-SA) — Rabiadella (1995)
  $4.5 million in purses to rank fifth in the nation. Also led California owners   On Trust H. (Hol) — Greg’s Gold (2007)
  with 136 wins in 2006 and 113 wins in 2004.                                      Pat O’Brien H. (GII-Dmr) — Greg’s Gold (2007)
❖ Had four winners at Hollywood Park on Nov. 16, 2005, a feat unmatched in         Potrero Grande H. (GII-SA) — Greg’s Gold (2008)
  70 years. Two trainers and three jockeys were involved. His lone miss came       Senorita S. (GIII-Hol) — Rabiadella (1994)
  when favorite Sumthinbad finished in a dead heat for second in the eighth        Tiznow S. (Hol) — Greg’s Gold (2007)
  race. “This is just a Wednesday for everyone else, but it’s like Christmas for   Highlights
  me,” Bone said. “When I saw the entries for today — our post position draw       ❖ Greg’s Gold, a winner of nine of 25 starts and $1,067,923 whose last win and
  and everything — it was Christmas Eve. Now it is Christmas.”                       start came in the 2008 Potrero Grande Handicap at Santa Anita, is Boswell’s
    best horse. He provided Boswell with his first Grade I win in the 2005 Bing
    Crosby Handicap at Del Mar and narrowly missed a repeat in 2007 when
    beaten a nose by In Summation.
                                                                                                         C R K STABLE
❖   Greg’s Gold, who set a Cushion Track record of 1:26.78 for 7 1/2 furlongs while
    winning the On Trust Handicap in his final start of 2007, won the Tiznow
                                                                                                     (Lee & Susan Searing)
    Stakes at the same distance at the Spring/Summer Meet. The 6-year-old             Residence: Arcadia
    earned a start in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Sprint, but did not handle a sloppy      Major Stakes Wins
    track at Monmouth Park and finished eighth.                                       Bold Reasoning (Hol) — Scooter Brown (1998)
❖   Boswell named Greg’s Gold after his late grandson. “He won a gold medal in        Cal. Cup Sprint (OT) — Ceeband (2001)
    skiing in the Special Olympics,” said Boswell. “He was walking his bicycle        Cal. Sprint Championship (BM) — Ceeband (2001)
    across a crosswalk when he was hit by an automobile and died a few days           Dubai Golden Shaheen (GI-NAD) — Our New Recruit (2004)
    later. He was a real good athlete and only 17. Greg loved horses. I always        Oceanside (Dmr) — Scooter Brown (1998); Dr. Park (2001)
    promised him we would name a horse together. He died just after Greg’s Gold       Pirates Bounty H. (Dmr) — Our New Recruit (2004)
    was born.”                                                                        Triple Bend. H. (GII-Hol) — Ceeband (2001)
❖   Rabiadella, trained by Mike Orman, won the 1994 Senorita at Hollywood             Will Rogers H. (GIII-Hol) — Dr. Park (2001-DH)
    Park and the 1995 Monrovia Handicap at Santa Anita.
❖   Lake George won a division of the 1995 Oceanside Stakes after finishing 18th      Highlights
    out of 19 horses in that year’s Kentucky Derby. He was third behind               ❖ Our New Recruit, who had finished third in the 2003 Vernon O. Underwood
    Afternoon Deelites and Timber Country in the San Felipe and fifth behind            at Hollywood Park, scored a surprise victory in the $2-million Dubai Golden
    Larry The Legend in the Santa Anita Derby.                                          Shaheen in 2004. The 5-year-old son of Alphabet Soup won by two lengths. He
❖   Former trainer Mike Smith bought Lake Windermere for Boswell for $32,000            finished his career with six wins in 19 starts and earnings of $1.4 million.
    at the 1997 Keeneland September yearling sale. She was bred to Lake George        ❖ Ceeband, claimed for $62,500 in March of 2001, paid a record $91.80 in winning
    and produced Greg’s Gold.                                                           Hollywood Park’s Triple Bend Handicap five starts later. He finished third in the
                                                                                        Pat O’Brien at Del Mar before winning the California Sprint Championship
Background                                                                              Handicap at Bay Meadows and the California Cup Sprint at Oak Tree.
❖ Born July 15, 1931, in Calgary, Alberta. Wife: Hazel. Married in 1953. Six          ❖ Dr. Park finished in a dead heat for the win with Media Mogul in the Will
  children, 17 grandchildren.                                                           Rogers on opening night of the 2001 Spring/Summer Meet. He later won a
❖ Veteran of oil industry. “I started out rough-necking in the field and worked         division of the Oceanside at Del Mar.
  in Port St. John, British Columbia, for a couple of years before I eventually       ❖ Scooter Brown, also a $62,500 claim, followed up a win in the Bold Reasoning
  got to Calgary and went to work for Sun Oil.” Founded Boswell Mineral Co.             at Hollywood Park with a victory in a division of the 1998 Oceanside.
  in 1961. Currently owner and CEO of Hardy Capital Corp.
❖ Went to Stampede Park in early 1950s “when you could bet fifty cents or a           Background
  dollar. Around 1961, a couple of guys I hung out with claimed a horse for           ❖ Lee Searing was born March 15, 1948, in Inglewood. Susan was born in North
  $1,500 with me. We claimed three or four, raced them on the circuit and had           Carolina
  a lot of fun.”                                                                      ❖ The Searings met while attending Pomona High and were married in 1972.
❖ Moved to Vancouver from 1979 to 1998 and had “17 or 18” horses at Exhibition          C R K Stable is named after the couple’s three children — Christina, Richard
  Park.                                                                                 and Katherine
❖ After four-year absence from racing, ran into Mike Orman while wintering in         ❖ Searing and brother Jim operate Searing Industries in Ontario, specializing
  Palm Desert. Orman had played for a semi-pro hockey team Boswell owned                in the manufacture of welded steel tubing used in such things as racking
  in Calgary. “He bought a couple of horses (including Rabiadella) for me and           systems, dinette furniture, medical equipment and scaffolding.
  got me back in.”                                                                    ❖ Lee Searing recalls going to the races from age eight with his father, who owned a
                                                                                        number of horses beginning in 1966. Many ran at Agua Caliente in Tijuana, Mexico
                                                                                      ❖ Owned many horses with his father until his death in 1999.
                                                                                     President and CEO of Los Angeles Turf Club.
        RONALD L. CHARLES                                                          ❖ Born and raised in Glendale. Attended Hoover High School and Pasadena
                                                                                     City College.
    (Charles & Clear Valley Stable)                                                ❖ Played third base in high school and college and was a pro bowler for a year.
                                                                                   ❖ Owned one of the largest printing companies in the San Fernando Valley for over
Residence: Shadow Hills                                                              20 years and has also developed residential property in the Los Angeles area.
Silks: Blue and orange checks, blue and orange cap.                                ❖ A racing fan for over 35 years and a Thoroughbred owner for over 25 years.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                  ❖ Was a founding member and Chairman of the Board of the Thoroughbred
Buena Vista H. (GIII-SA) — Uraib (2005)                                              Owners of California.
Bug Brush (SA) — Haleakala (1998)
CHBPA Starter (SA) — Venturilla (1991)
Dayjur H. (Hol) — Artistic Reef (1994)
                                                                                                    COBRA FARMS INC.
Hermosa Beach H. (Hol) — Uraib (2004)
Jim Murray Memorial H. (Hol) — Jahafil (1995)
                                                                                                      (Gary Biszantz)
Los Angeles H. (GIII-Hol) — Abaginone (1996)                                       Residence: Rancho Santa Fe
Political Ambition H. (Hol) — Jahafil (1993)                                       Silks: White, blue stripes, gold cobra on back, blue bars on white sleeves, white cap.
Potrero Grande H. (GIII-SA) — Abaginone (1996)
San Luis Rey (GII-SA) — Champion Lodge (2003)
                                                                                   Major Stakes Wins
San Marino H. (SA) — Jahafil (1993)                                                Affirmed H. (GIII-Hol) — Old Trieste (1998)
Santa Paula S. (SA) — Loveontheroad (1998)                                         Astarita (GIII-Bel) — Sensation (2005)
The Very One H. (SA) — Inchacooley (2000)                                          Balboa (GIII-Dmr) — Cobra King (1995)
Wilshire H. (GIII-Hol) — Pickle (2005)                                             Bay Meadows H. (GII-BM) — Caesour (1995)
Yerba Buena H. (GG) — Pickle (GIII-2005); Mabadi (2007)                            Bay Shore S. (GII-Aqu) — Three Peat (1992)
                                                                                   California Derby (BM) — Trieste’s Honor (2004)
Highlights                                                                         Californian (GII-Hol) — Old Trieste (1999)
❖ Campaigned stakes winners Uraib and Pickle in 2005 in partnership with           Carleton F. Burke H. (GII-SA) — Savinio (1994)
  Shig Katayama’s Clear Valley Stables.                                            Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — Old Trieste (1998)
❖ Irish-bred Champion Lodge, owned in partnership with Clear Valley Stables,       Eatontown H. (Mth) — Brunilda (2006)
  cruised to a six-length victory in the 2003 San Luis Rey while making only his   El Rincon H. (GII-SA) — Savinio (1995)
  second start in North America.                                                   Goodwood H. (GII-SA) — Savinio (1996)
❖ Also campaigned stakes winners Abaginone and Loveontheroad in partner-           Holy Bull S. (GIII-GP) — Cobra King (1996)
  ship with Clear Valley Stables.                                                  Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — Cobra King (1995)
❖ Purchased stakes-winning mare Inchacooley while she was in training in           Hollywood Turf Cup (GI-Hol) — Running Flame (1996)
  Ireland in 1997 and watched almost three years later as she won The Very         Malibu S. (GI-SA) — Lord Grillo (1997)
  One Handicap at Santa Anita at age eight. The race was moved from the turf       Oak Tree Turf Championship (GI-SA) — Admise (1996)
  to dirt because of rain.                                                         San Diego H. (GIII-Dmr) — Savinio (1996)
❖ Jahafil gave jockey Chris McCarron his 200th Hollywood Park stakes win in        Shoemaker Mile (GII-Hol) — Pinfloron (1997)
  the 1995 Jim Murray Handicap.                                                    Swaps S. (GII-Hol) — Old Trieste (1998)
❖ Claimed Venturilla for $32,000. She went on to earn $200,000 in one year.
Background                                                                         ❖ Old Trieste won 1999 Californian, but missed Hollywood Gold Cup because
❖ Assumed position as executive director of Magna Entertainment Corp.                of a fever. Won Affirmed Handicap and $500,000 Swaps Stakes at 1998
  California on Nov. 1, 2004. Now is Chief Operating Officer of Magna and            Spring/Summer Meet.
❖ First winner was Affirm Miss at Santa Anita in 1956 with trainer Mel Stute,        Comely S. (GIII-Aqu) — Society Selection (2004)
  a $400 purchase at auction in Pomona.                                              Corona H. (Hol) — Love That Jazz (1998)
❖ For 25 years, Biszantz, his late father (Harry A.) and brother (Ralph) had         Deputy Minister H. (GIII-GP) — Fappie’s Notebook (2002)
  horses, including stakes winner Helen Kathleen (1977 Brentwood). Biszantz          Frizette S. (GI-Bel) — Society Selection (2003)
  and father raced stakes winners Bajima and Three Peat. Ralph began                 Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Hollywood Wildcat (1994)
  training horses in the 1970s.                                                      Hollywood Oaks (GI-Hol) — Hollywood Wildcat (1993)
❖ Began to purchase more valuable horses in Europe and Kentucky in mid-              Jerome H. (GII-Bel) — French Deputy (1995)
  1980s after shifting from the car to golf business.                                Oak Tree Mile (GI-OT) — War Chant (2000)
❖ Has raced more than 20 stakes winners. Others include Southern Justice,            San Rafael S. (GII-SA) —War Chant (2000)
  Mayflower Lass, River Rhythm, Sekondi, Turbo Fan, Olanthe, Complot, Just           San Vicente S. (GII-SA) — Sea of Secrets (1998)
  Tops, Pinfloron, Star of Goshen and Lord Grillo.                                   Santa Ysabel S. (GIII-SA) — Princess Mitterand (1994)
❖ Wife, Betty, owned multiple-stakes winner Cobra King.                              Shuvee H. (GII-Bel) — Society Selection (2005)
❖ Purchased the 82-acre Due Process Farm in 1995 from Robert Brennan. The            Spectacular Bid S. (GIII-GP) — First Blush (2003)
  Lexington farm is the birthplace of Seattle Slew and Dehere. Renamed Cobra Farm.   Test S. (GI-Sar) — Society Selection (2004)
❖ Former Chairman of the Board of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders               Vernon O. Underwood (GIII-Hol) — Love That Jazz (1998)
  Association.                                                                       Highlights
Background                                                                           ❖ Homebred War Chant, a son of the Cowan’s’ 1993 champion Hollywood
❖ Born Sept. 30, 1934, in Los Angeles. Wife: Betty. Six children.                      Wildcat, captured the 2000 Breeders’ Cup Mile with a howitzer-like, final-
❖ Named TOBA owner of the month, December, 1996.                                       quarter move under jockey Gary Stevens at Churchill Downs. Given a respite
❖ Former Chairman and a major shareholder of Cobra Golf, Inc., which                   after finishing off the board in the Kentucky Derby, the son of Kris S returned
  manufactures golf clubs at three factories in Carlsbad, Calif. Cobra Golf sold       in the fall to win the Oak Tree Mile prior to the Breeders’ Cup. He also won
  to American Brands in January, 1996                                                  the San Rafael Stakes.
❖ Was named San Diego Entrepreneur of the Year in 1990.                              ❖ Campaigned homebred Hollywood Wildcat, champion 3-year-old filly of 1993.
❖ Established a foundation to “give back to the community, especially to               Hollywood Wildcat earned $1,432,160, winning 12 of 21 starts including a
  children.” Beneficiaries include KPBS, the Magdalena Ecke Family, YMCA,              victory over two-time champion Paseana in Breeders’ Cup Distaff.
  Idaho Boys Ranch, Pacific Legal Foundation, George E. Barnes Family                ❖ Homebred Society Selection, by Coronado’s Quest out of the Cowan’s’ mare
  Junior Tennis Center (Youth Tennis San Diego) and his church.                        Love That Jazz, took the Test by 6 1/2 lengths as a 3-year-old filly in 2004
                                                                                       before adding the Alabama at Saratoga and finishing second to Sightseek in
                                                                                       the Beldame at Belmont Park.
                               IRVING                                                ❖ Other stakes winners include Dancing Jon, Fight For Love, Princess Mitter,
                                                                                       Hialeah Bert (the couple’s first stakes winner in 1984), Love That Jazz and
                               COWAN                                                   Sea of Secrets.
                                                                                     ❖ Love That Jazz, winner over males in the 1998 Vernon O. Underwood at
Residence: Hollywood, Fla.                                                             Hollywood Park, finished second to Storm Song in the 1996 Breeders’ Cup
Silks: Navy blue, blue “C” on red emblem, red sleeves, red cap                         Juvenile Fillies at Woodbine.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                    Background
Affirmed H. (GIII-Hol) — Exploding Prospect (1989)                                  ❖ The Cowans raced horses together for more than 30 years prior to Marjorie’s
Alabama S. (GI-Sar) — Society Selection (2004)                                        death early in 2009.
Board of Governor’s (GIII-Aks) — Dancing Jon (1992)                                 ❖ Irving was born in Irvington, N.J.; Marjorie in Philadelphia, Pa. Daughters:
Breeders’ Cup Distaff (GI) — Hollywood Wildcat (1993-SA)                              Debra and Cynthia. Son: Jonathan
Breeders’ Cup Mile (GI) — War Chant (2000-CD)                                       ❖ Irving is president of Cowan Industries, Inc. and is a real estate developer in
Broward H. (GIII-GP) — Fight For Love (1995)                                          the Dade-Broward County area of South Florida.
❖ Owned Diplomat Hotel in Hallandale, Fla., 1960-1987.                             Spinster S. (GI-Kee) — Paseana (1993); Different (1996)
❖ Partner in the ownership of luxury high-rise apartment buildings: 361-unit       Steinlen H. (Hol) — Bienvenido (1997); Brave Act (1998)
  Sea Air Towers, and 551-unit Presidential Towers in Hollywood, Fla. Also         Vanity (GI-Hol) — Paseana (1992)
  have interests in shopping malls.                                                Will Rogers S. (GIII-Hol) — Brave Act (1997)
❖ Irving produced Broadway shows such as “PEG” ( the life of Peggy Lee).           Yellow Ribbon S. (GI-SA) — Alpride (1995)
                                                                                   ❖ Unbeaten Argentine-bred Candy Ride, a horse Hall of Fame trainer Ron
                       SID & JENNY                                                   McAnally likened to John Henry, stretched his winning streak to six in 2003
                                                                                     after being purchased by the Craigs. After winning an allowance race and the
                       CRAIG TRUST                                                   American Handicap on grass at Hollywood Park, the 4-year-old registered a
                                                                                     dazzling 3 1/4-length victory over favored Medaglia d’Oro in the Pacific Classic,
Residence: Del Mar                                                                   running 1 1/4 miles in 1:59.11 to break Bertrando’s 1993 track record (1:59.55).
Silks: White, black horse emblem on back, blue hoop on front and bar on sleeves,   ❖ Campaigned Paseana, the 1992-93 Eclipse Award-winning older mare. The
    blue and white cap.                                                              Argentine-bred, purchased for $320,000, was retired in 1995 with 19 wins in
Major Stakes Wins                                                                    36 starts for earnings of $3,171,203 — $92,632 short of Dance Smartly, the
American H. (GII-Hol) — Candy Ride (2003)                                            leading female money-earner in North America at the time.
Apple Blossom H. (GI-OP) — Paseana (1992-93)                                       ❖ Claimed Exchange for $50,000 at Hollywood Park on May 2, 1991, from her
Ascot H. (GIII-BM) — Brave Act (1997)                                                second start. Trained by Bill Spawr, she is the only female to earn more than
Ashland S. (GI-Kee) — Lunar Spook (1993)                                             $1 million after being claimed. Retired in October, 1995, with 15 wins in 29
Bel Air H. (GII-Hol) — Smile Again (2001)                                            starts for earnings of $1,269,950.
Beverly Hills H. (GI-Hol) — Alpride (1995); Different (1996)                       ❖ Brave Act won a pair of graded stakes for the second straight year in 2000,
Breeders’ Cup Distaff (GI) — Paseana (1992-GP)                                       including the Grade II San Gabriel. A year earlier, he won two at Hollywood
Chula Vista H. (GII-Dmr) — Exchange (1992); Paseana (1994); Different (1996)         Park — the Inglewood and Citation.
Citation H. (GII-Hol) — Brave Act (1999)                                           ❖ Three Grade II winners in 1998 — Brave Act (San Gabriel), Bienvenido (San
Dahlia H. (GII-Hol) — Golden Arches (1997)                                           Luis Obispo) and Golden Arches (San Gorgonio). Brave Act also won the
Explosive Bid H. (GIII-FG) — Brave Act (2000)                                        Henry P. Russell and Hollywood’s Steinlen Handicap.
Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Paseana (1995); Victory Stripes (1999)                    ❖ Jenny Craig was the leading owner at 1995 Oak Tree meet.
Inglewood H. (GIII-Hol) — Brave Act (1999)                                         ❖ Jenny Craig purchased Dr Devious for $2.5 million in 1992 for her husband’s
Matriarch (GI-Hol) — Exchange (1994)                                                 60th birthday with the hopes of winning the Kentucky Derby. He ran
Mervyn LeRoy H. (GII-Hol) — Tossofthecoin (1995)                                     seventh. Dr Devious returned to England where he won the Epsom Derby
Milady H. (GI-Hol) — Paseana (1992, 1993)                                            for trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam. He tripled his investment price with the
Orchid H. (GII-GP) — Exchange (1995)                                                 Derby win and was sold to Japanese interests for stud. Other horses
Pacific Classic (GI-Dmr) — Candy Ride (2003)                                         purchased to run in Triple Crown races include: Arinthrod, Fumo Di
Real Quiet S. (Hol) — Chocolate Candy (2008)                                         Londra, Rock And Roll and Tossofthecoin.
San Gabriel H. (GII-SA) — Brave Act (1998, 2000)                                   Background
San Gorgonio H. (GII-SA) — Golden Arches (1998)                                    ❖ Sidney Craig died of cancer on July 21, 2008. The native of Vancouver, B.C., was 76.
San Luis Obispo H. (GII-SA) — Bienvenido (1998)                                    ❖ Craig was raised in Los Angeles; wife Jenny in New Orleans. They married
San Marcos S. (GII-SA) — Brave Act (1999)                                            in 1979 and made their home in Del Mar. Three daughters and two sons.
Santa Ana H. (GI-SA) — Exchange (1993)                                               Jenny Craig’s late brother used to train at the Fair Grounds.
Santa Barbara H. (GI-SA) — Exchange (1993)                                         ❖ Sidney Craig received an Honorary Doctorate at Fresno State University. Fresno
Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) — Paseana (1992, 1994)                                    State’s business school is now called the Sid Craig School of Business at Fresno
Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Paseana (1992)                                              State. He was a college roommate of former basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian.
❖ In 1970, Sidney Craig founded Body Contour, Inc. — a women’s figure salon                as 2008 female sprint champion — her second Eclipse Award in two years.
  operation. He met Jenny while she was working at his company’s New                       She was a 5 1/4-length victor on a muddy track in the Prioress at Belmont
  Orleans salon. She quickly became a driving force in the company’s opera-                Park; she cruised to a seven-length victory in the Test at Saratoga, and she
  tions. In 1982, they sold Body Contour to a competing chain, moved to                    capped her campaign with a 1 1/4-length victory at Santa Anita in the La Brea
  Australia in 1983 and began a chain of weight loss centers.                              — all Grade I events. The La Brea win followed a second in the Breeders’ Cup
❖ The Craigs received Humanitarian Award at the Commerce Casino Achieve-                   Filly and Mare Sprint.
  ment in Sports Racing for Horse Racing and Sport Art Auction in Commerce,            ❖   Indian Blessing clinched an Eclipse Award with a convincing 3 1/2-length victory
  January, 1996.                                                                           on a sloppy track in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Monmouth Park. The
❖ In spring of 1995, the Craigs purchased training facility (known as Rancho del           homebred daughter of Indian Charlie won her three starts by a combined margin
  Rayo when owned by Eugene V. Klein) for a reported $6 million. They renamed              of more than 13 lengths, banking $1,357,200. She broke her maiden at Saratoga in
  the ranch “Rancho Paseana” after their Eclipse Award-winning mare.                       August and won the Frizette at Belmont Park in October.
                                                                                       ❖   Won 1998 Santa Anita Derby with Indian Charlie, who was injured and
                                                                                           retired while finishing third in the Kentucky Derby. He was unbeaten in four
                      HAL & PATTI                                                      ❖
                                                                                           starts entering the Derby.
                                                                                           Soviet Sojourn, the dam of Indian Charlie, won a pair of graded stakes and
                     EARNHARDT III                                                         became the couple’s first Breeders’ Cup starter, finishing 11th in the 1991
                                                                                           Juvenile Fillies at Churchill Downs.
Residence: Queen Creek, Arizona                                                        ❖   Premier Property won his first three starts before he broke down nearing the
                                                                                           wire while finishing third in the 1998 Hollywood Futurity.
2008: 60-15-16-10—$1,638,712                                                           ❖   Multiple graded stakes winner El Corredor — “the runner” in Spanish — won
Silks: Blue, yellow “NO BULL” on back, blue bars on yellow sleeves, blue cap.              seven of ten starts and $727,920. Highlights included a victory in the 2000
Major Stakes Wins                                                                          Cigar Mile and back-to-back wins in the Del Mar Breeders’ Cup. He was
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (GI) — Indian Blessing (2007-Mth)                           named by Patti and Derby Earnhardt.
Cal Breeders’ Championship (SA) — In Excessive Bull (1996)                             Background
Cigar Mile (GI-Aqu) — El Corredor (2000-01)                                            ❖ Hal Earnhardt was born March 20, 1956, in Mesa, Arizona. Patti was born
Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — El Corredor (2000)                                                July 2, 1957, in Columbus, Ohio. Married in 1977. Children: Dodge, Daisy,
Frizette (GI-Bel) — Indian Blessing (2007)                                               Derby and Dream.
Gallant Bloom H. (GII-Bel) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                    ❖ President of Earnhardt Auto Centers, which operates ten dealerships in the
Generous Portion (Dmr) — Ten Churos (2008)                                               Phoenix area and one in El Paso, plus two RV centers. Earnhardt’s brands
Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — In Excessive Bull (1996); Premier Property (1998)       include BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Jeep, Nissan, Dodge, Hyundai and
Junior Miss (GIII-Dmr) — Soviet Sojourn (1991)                                           Mazda. Started by his father and grandfather in 1951, the company has
La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                              nearly $1 billion in annual sales and has close to 2,000 employees.
Pat O‘Brien (GII-Dmr) — El Corredor (2001)                                             ❖ Attended Central Arizona College on a rodeo scholarship.
Prioress S. (GI-Bel) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                          ❖ Has the longest tenure of a Bob Baffert client, dating back to Baffert’s quarter
Santa Anita Derby (GI-SA) — Indian Charlie (1998)                                        horse days at Los Alamitos
Santa Ynez S. (GII-SA) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                        ❖ The “No Bull” that appears on his racing silks is a slogan he uses in his auto
Silverbulletday S. (GIII-FG) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                    advertising
Sorrento (GIII-Dmr) — Soviet Sojourn (1991)                                            ❖ Other interests include riding motorcycles, ranching at one of his three
Sunny Slope (OT) — Premier Property (1998)                                               Arizona cattle spreads and golf.
Test (GI-Sar) — Indian Blessing (2008)                                                 ❖ Donates time and money to a child crisis center, and to numerous other
Highlights                                                                               charities in the Phoenix area.
❖ Indian Blessing had six wins and three seconds in nine starts and got the nod

                    JAMES & MARCIA                                                                   EVEREST STABLES, INC.
                       EQUILS                                                                            (Jeff Nielsen)
Residence: Laguna Hills                                                                    Residence: Stillwater, Minn.
Silks: Teal, white “JEM” on navy oval emblem on back, white star on navy cuffs,            2008: 496-71-85-72—$2,914,755*
    navy and teal cap.                                                                     * ranked 14th
Highlights                                                                                 Silks: Black, red mountain emblem on back, red bar on sleeves, red cap.
❖ Leading owners at the 2003 Hollywood Park Spring/Summer Meet with 14 wins.               Major Stakes Wins
❖ First win came with Wolf Bay on Jan. 28, 2000, at Santa Anita. “It was our               Affirmed H. (GIII-Hol) — Two Step Salsa (2008)
  13th race,” Jim Equils said. “I was wondering if we were ever going to win a             Alabama Stakes (GI-Sar) — Island Fashion (2003)
  race. It was very exciting.”                                                             Arizona Oaks (TuP) — Harbor Blues (2003); Very Vegas (2004); She Sings (2005)
❖ One of better claims was Love All The Way for a tag of $62,500 in October of             Cal Cup Sprint H. (OT) — Bilo (2007)
  2000. He won first outing for the Equils and then finished second to Mens                Curious Clover (Hol) — Very Vegas (2005)
  Exclusive in the Grade III Vernon O. Underwood at Hollywood Park. He only                Delaware Oaks (GIII-Del) — Island Fashion (2003)
  missed a check once in ten starts for the Equils.                                        Derby Trial (Fpx) — Plug Me In (2006)
❖ Claimed first horse, Brimfield Bound, in 1999 at Del Mar. Did not win a race             Foothill S. (Fpx) — Sailors Sunset (2006)
  with him, but were hooked and have claimed more than 200 horses since then.              Gold Rush (GG) — Petionville (1995)
  “He loved to run third,” Marcia Equils said. “He ran for us six times and                Inglewood H. (GIII-Hol) — Night Patrol (2002)
  finished third three times.”                                                             La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Island Fashion (2003)
❖ Decided to claim first horse while sitting in Del Mar Turf Club in 1999. The late Doug   La Habra (SA) — Very Vegas (2004)
  Atkins overheard the couple and helped introduce them to the game as owners.             Lady’s Secret H. (GII-OT) — Island Fashion (2004)
Background                                                                                 Lazaro S. Barrera Memorial S. (GIII-Hol) — Two Step Salsa (2008)
❖ James Equils was born in Norfolk, Virginia, on Sept. 22, 1945. Marcia Equils             Los Angeles H. (GIII-Hol) — Sailors Sunset (2007)
  was born in Philadelphia on March 17, 1947. Sons: Brandon and Douglas.                   Louisiana Derby (GIII-LaD) — Petionville (1995)
  Daughter: Shawn.                                                                         Oak Tree Mile S. (GII-OT) — Night Patrol (2002)
❖ James Equils, an investor, is retired after 30 years with Kraft Foods, where             Ohio Derby (GII-Tdn) — Petionville (1995)
  his last post was division manager for Southern California.                              Railbird S. (GIII-Hol) — Million Dollar Run (2008)
❖ Marcia Equils runs her own design and advertising agency.                                Ralph M. Hinds Inv. H. (Fpx) — Plug Me In (2007)
❖ James Equils first attended races in high school when he and friends would               San Miguel S. (SA) — Petionville (1995)
  drive 200 miles to Charles Town in West Virginia. He introduced Marcia to                Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Island Fashion (2004)
  the races when the couple was dating in the late 1960s.                                  Sunland Park H. (Sun) — Night Patrol (2003)
                                                                                           Torrey Pines S. (Dmr) — Political Web (2006)
                                                                                           Triple Bend H. (GI-Hol) — Bilo (2007)
                                                                                           Turf Paradise H. (TuP) — Night Patrol (2005)
                                                                                           Vernon O. Underwood S. (GIII-Hol) — Sailors Sunset (2006)
                                                                                           Westchester (GIII-Bel) — Gygistar (2005)
                                                                                           WinStar/Sunland Park Oaks (Sun) — Island Fashion (2003)
                                                                                           ❖ Led 2008 Spring/Summer standings with 14 wins and also topped earnings
    list with $803,460 at 60-day stand. Won the Affirmed and Laz Barrera with            Citation H. (GII-Hol) — Good Journey (2001-02)
    Two Step Salsa, who was also the runner-up in the Harry Henson and Swaps             Firecracker H. (GII-CD) — Good Journey (2002)
    Stakes. In addition, Million Dollar Run posted a 14-1 upset in the Railbird.         Forego H. (GI-Bel) — Aldebaran (2003)
❖   Sailors Sunset, who set a Cushion Track record of 1:07.79 for six furlongs in        Hollywood Derby (GI-Hol) — Denon (2001)
    the 2006 Vernon O. Underwood, came back to win the 2007 Los Angeles                  Jenny Wiley S. (GIII-Kee) — Sea of Showers (2003)
    Handicap at the same distance.                                                       Metropolitan Mile H. (GI-Bel) — Aldebaran (2003)
❖   Won the Ohio Derby and Louisiana Derby in 1995 with Petionville, who                 Nassau H. (GIII-Bel) — Aldebaran (2001)
    finished behind Kentucky Derby/Belmont Stakes winner Thunder Gulch and               Pebbles H. (GIII-Bel) — Glia (2002)
    eventual two-time Breeders’ Cup Mile champion Da Hoss in that year’s                 Royal Heroine S. (GIII-Hol) — Surya (2002)
    Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park.                                                      San Carlos H. (GI-SA) — Aldebaran (2003)
❖   Homebred Island Fashion, a daughter of Petionville, ended Spoken Fur’s bid for the   Tom Fool H. (GII-Bel) — Aldebaran (2003)
    2003 Triple Tiara with a sensational 6 1/2-length victory in the Alabama Stakes at   Turf Classic Inv. S. (GI-Bel) — Denon (2002)
    Saratoga, a victory Nielsen ranked as his greatest thrill in racing.                 Highlights
❖   Island Fashion, winner of the 2003 La Brea and 2004 Santa Monica Handi-              ❖ Six Perfections, a 3-year-old filly trained by Pascal Bary, beat males in winning
    cap, ran second against males in the 2004 Santa Anita Handicap. She would              2003 Breeders’ Cup Mile, the fifth victory in the race for Flaxman Holdings and
    add the Lady’s Secret Handicap at Oak Tree before finishing second to                  second consecutive, following Domedriver’s victory in 2002. She became the
    Argentine import Salt Champ when attempting to defend her title in the 2005            third French-bred winner in five years. She acted up at the gate with jockey
    Santa Monica.                                                                          Jerry Bailey bailing off, but was all business following the break, rallying three
❖   Bred Gold Tiara, who was sold to Kazuko Yoshida for $200,000 at Calder in              deep in the stretch to beat Touch of the Blues by three-quarters of a length.
    1998. She went on to earn more than $3.5 million in Japan.                           ❖ While Six Perfections could not snare the Eclipse Award from Kentucky Oaks
Background                                                                                 champ Birdtown with her one North American start, the outfit also cam-
❖ Born Aug. 30, 1950, in St. Paul, Minn. Wife: Sue. Sons: Mike and Jack.                   paigned champion sprinter Aldebaran in 2003. Although sixth as the 2-1
❖ Real estate investor. Everest is also the name of his company.                           choice in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, the son of Mr. Prospector scored Grade I
❖ Bought his first horse soon after Canterbury Downs opened in mid-1980s.                  victories in the San Carlos Handicap, the Met Mile and the Forego Handicap.
  Currently owns about 200 horses, including three stallions and approxi-                  The Bobby Frankel trainee was five-for-eight overall for earnings of more
  mately 60 broodmares.                                                                    than $1.1 million.
❖ Son Mike attended the University of Colorado and flew to California along              ❖ Domedriver, also trained by Bary, upset European Horse of the Year Rock of
  with some college buddies to represent his father when Island Fashion won                Gibraltar in the 2002 Breeders’ Cup Mile at Arlington Park. Good Journey,
  the 2004 Santa Monica Handicap.                                                          owned by Flaxman Holdings in partnership with Gary Margolis, Michael
                                                                                           Jarvis, Wally Dollase and others, finished third, beaten less than a length.
                                                                                         ❖ Of 21 Breeders’ Cup starters, 11 have been in the Mile, with five victories.
               FLAXMAN HOLDINGS                                                            Miesque won back-to-back Miles, connecting at Hollywood Park in 1987 and
                                                                                           at Churchill Downs in 1988. Spinning World, winner of the Mile at Hollywood
                     LTD.                                                                  Park in 1997, came close to duplicating the feat. He was second in 1996 at
                                                                                           Woodbine. Six Perfections finished third in the 2004 Mile at Lone Star Park
Silks: Blue-on-blue.                                                                       in his attempt to repeat.
Major North American Wins                                                                ❖ Denon, trained by Frankel, came to North America to win 2001 Hollywood
Atto Mile (GI-WO) — Good Journey (2002)                                                    Derby, and then recorded his second Grade I triumph at Hollywood Park in
Breeders’ Cup Mile (GI) — Miesque (1987-Hol; 1988-CD); Spinning World (1997-               the 2002 Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap.
   Hol); Domedriver (2002-AP); Six Perfections (2003-OT)                                 ❖ Good Journey, trained by Dollase, posted his second straight Citation Handi-
Charles Whittingham Memorial H. (GI-Hol) — Denon (2002)                                    cap victory in the 2002 Turf Festival at Hollywood Park following his game
Churchill Downs H. (GII-CD) — Aldebaran (2003)                                             third in the Mile. Starting with his win on a soft course in the 2001 Citation,
  he had a four-race winning streak entering the Breeders’ Cup.                       Matt Winn S. (CD) — Fire Slam (2004)
❖ Stavros Niarchos was leading owner in France twice (1983-84) and leading            NTRA Great State Ch. Juvenile (Hou) — Crackup (2002)
  breeder three times (1989, 1993 and 1994). The best of his many champions was       Pro or Con H. (SA) — Dancing General (2007)
  Miesque, now the dam of Group 1 winners Kingmambo and East of the Moon.             Riva Ridge S. (GII-Bel) — Fire Slam (2004)
❖ Nureyev, his first great horse, was disqualified after finishing first in the       San Felipe S. (GII-SA) — A.P. Warrior (2006)
  2,000 Guineas.                                                                      Santa Catalina S. (GIII-SA) — St Averil (2004)
❖ Top performers for the outfit include the colts Baillamont, Common Grounds,         Santa Lucia H. (SA) — Ballado’s Thunder (2007)
  Exit To Nowhere, Hernando, Kingmambo, L’Emigrant, Machiavellian, Melyno,            Highlights
  Procida, Seattle Song and Shanghai. Fillies include Chimes of Freedom, Coup         ❖ A.P. Warrior beat Kentucky Derby contenders Point Determined and Bob and
  de Genie, East of the Moon, Magic of Life and Northern Trick.                         John in 2006 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita, but was bumped at start and
Background                                                                              finished 18th in Derby. Came back to capture La Jolla at Del Mar.
❖ Racing empire developed by billionaire Stavros Niarchos, who died April 15,         ❖ St Averil finished second to Lion Heart in 2003 Hollywood Futurity and went
  1996. Daughter Maria Niarchos-Gouaze has headed operation since then.                 on to win the 2004 Santa Catalina at Santa Anita.
  Operation is based at Haras de Fresney-le-Buffard in Normandy, near Caen.           ❖ Won an allowance race with Saint Buddy one race after the Santa Catalina
  Base for 40 mares in North American is William S. Farish’s Lane’s End                 victory, his biggest highlight in racing.
  Farm’s Oak Tree division.                                                           ❖ Fire Slam won four stakes — two graded — in 2004, including the Grade II
❖ Stavros Niarchos built one of the largest private tanker fleet firms in the world     Riva Ridge Stakes at Belmont Park.
  and was a major player among horse racing’s elite in the 1970s. A major             ❖ First Hollywood Park stakes win came with Roll Hennessy Roll in the 2002
  acquisition was Nureyev at the 1978 Keeneland July yearling sale. A champion          Hollywood Prevue. He then ran fifth in the Hollywood Futurity behind Toccet.
  at three, he became a leading sire and sired two-time Mile winner Miesque.          ❖ A.P. Warrior, a $1.3-million yearling purchase, finished a fast-closing second
❖ Maria Niarchos-Gouaze is one of four children from Niarchos’ marriage to              to Brother Derek in the 2005 Norfolk Stakes. He was then fourth as the
  Eugenia Livanos. She has three brothers (Philip, Spyros and Constantine).             second-choice in the Hollywood Futurity, checking in behind Brother Derek,
  She began to take on the day-to-day management of the Niarchos racing                 Your Tent or Mine and Bob and John.
  empire as her father’s health declined.                                             ❖ First win came with Danzig Lady on Sept. 1, 2001, at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico.
                               STAN E.                                                ❖ Born Feb. 15, 1931, in Cumberland, Maryland. Resides in Las Vegas. Wife:
                                                                                        Angeliki. Six adult children.
                               FULTON                                                 ❖ Owner of Sunland Park and Casino in New Mexico. Has earmarked a
                                                                                        permanent 50% ownership stake in Sunland Park to New Mexico State
Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada                                                            University upon his death.
Silks: Lime green, white “F” on blue ball, lime green and blue cap.                   ❖ Amassed a fortune as founder of Anchor Gaming in Las Vegas. Followed his
Major Stakes Wins                                                                       father into the cable television business after serving as an officer in the U.S.
                                                                                        Air Force. A leader in the cable industry from the 1960s through the 1980s.
Ack Ack H. (GIII-CD) — It’s No Joke (2006)
                                                                                        Began a career in the gaming business in 1976 when he founded Fortune Coin.
Cal Br. Champion S. (SA) — Uncle Denny (2004)
                                                                                      ❖ The Stan Fulton Building — built with a major gift from Fulton — houses The
Cal Cup Juvenile S. (OT) — Crackup (2002)
                                                                                        Hospitality Outreach Services and International Gaming Institute at the
D. Bernhardt S. (ElP) — Fire Slam (2004)
                                                                                        University of Nevada. The building features a state-of-the-art casino labora-
El Camino Real Derby (GIII-BM) — Uncle Denny (2005)
                                                                                        tory; a computer lab/classroom; the IGT Gaming Resource Center and library;
Hawthorne Gold Cup (GII-Haw) — It’s No Joke (2006)
                                                                                        a spacious conference center; an executive conference room; the Wells Fargo
Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — Roll Hennessy Roll (2002)
                                                                                        Foundation Conference Room; faculty and administrative offices, and the
La Jolla H. (GII-Dmr) — A.P. Warrior (2006)
                                                                                        latest in distance education technology.
Lecomte S. (GIII-FG) — Fire Slam (2004)
                                                                                      ❖ Started stable in 2001; names horses after his friends.
❖ Received an honorary doctorate from New Mexico State University in 2003          Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Igotrhythm (1996)
  for his record of philanthrophy.                                                 Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — You (2002)
❖ Hobby is playing Texas Hold-em poker.                                            Laurance Armour (GIII-AP) — Torch Rouge (1996)
                                                                                   Louisiana Derby (GII-FG) — Peace Rules (2003)
                                                                                   Louisville H. (GII-CD) — You (2003)
                         EDMUND A.                                                 Manhattan H. (GI-Bel) — Denon (2003)
                                                                                   Mervyn LeRoy H. (GI-Hol) — Louis Cyphre (1991)
                           GANN                                                    Metropolitan H. (GI-Bel) — You And I (1995)
                                                                                   Miesque S. (Div. 1) (GIII-Hol) — Louvain (2004)
Residence: Rancho Santa Fe                                                         New Orleans H. (GII-FG) — Peace Rules (2004)
Silks: Red, white “EG” on back, blue sleeves, white trim, red, white & blue cap.   Oak Tree Invitational H. (GI-SA) — Filago (1991)
Major Stakes Wins                                                                  Oaklawn H. (GII-OP) — Medaglia d’Oro (2003); Peace Rules (2004)
A Gleam H. (GII-Hol) — Igotrhythm (1996)                                           Palos Verdes H. (GIII-SA) — Major Success (2006)
Acorn S. (GI-Bel) — You (2002)                                                     Pebbles H. (GIII-Bel) — Betty’s Wish (2003)
Adirondack S. (GII-Sar) — You (2001)                                               Pennsylvania Oaks (Pha) — Reforest-DH (2004)
Arlington H. (GII-AP) — Torch Rouge (1996)                                         Ramona H. (GI-Dmr) — Double Wedge (1990)
Atto Mile (GI-WO) — Riviera (2000)                                                 San Felipe S. (G II-SA) — Medaglia d’Oro (2002)
Baldwin (GIII-SA) — Seattle Borders (2004)                                         San Gabriel H. (GII-SA) — Martiniquais (1997)
Brooklyn H. (GII-Bel) — You And I (1995)                                           Santa Ana H. (GI-SA) — Gravieres (1992)
Buena Vista H. (GII-SA) — Final Destination (2003)                                 Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — You (2002)
Carleton F. Burke H. (GIII-OT) — Timboroa (2000)                                   Santa Catalina S. (GII-SA) — Labamta Babe (2002)
De La Rose S. (1st Div) (Sar) — Personal Legend (2004)                             Senorita S. (GIII-Hol) — Top Shape (1995); Miss Vegas (2004)
Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — Wickerr (1981); Timboroa (2001)                             Spend A Buck H. (Crc) — It’s a Bird (2008)
Derby Trial S. (GIII-CD) — Midas Eyes (2003)                                       Strub S. (GII-SA) — Medaglia d’Oro (2003)
Donn H. (GI-GP) — Medaglia d’Oro (2004)                                            Suburban H. (GI-Bel) — Peace Rules (2004)
Eddie Read H. (GII-Dmr) — Wicker (1981-82)                                         Sunset H. (GI-Hol) — Roi Normand (1988)
Flawlessly S. (Hol) — Miss Vegas (2004); Louvain (2005)                            Swale S. (GIII-GP) — Midas Eyes (2003)
Fleur De Lis H. (GII-CD) — You (2003)                                              Test (GI-Sar) — You (2002)
Forego H. (GI-Sar) — Midas Eyes (2004)                                             Torrey Pines (Dmr) — Seaside Affair (2007)
Frizette S. (GI-Bel) — You (2001)                                                  Toyota Blue Grass S. (GI-Kee) — Peace Rules (2003)
Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Double Wedge (1990)                                           Travers S. (GI-Sar) — Medaglia d’Oro (2002)
Generous S. (GIII-Hol) — Peace Rules (2002)                                        Turf Classic Invitational H. (GI-Bel) — Timboroa (2001)
Harold C. Ramser Sr. H. (OT) — Louvain (2005)                                      Turnback the Alarm H. (GIII-Aqu) — Personal Legend (2004)
Haskell Inv. H. (GI-Mth) — Peace Rules (2003)                                      Vernon O. Underwood S. (GIII-Hol) — Watchem Smokey (2003)
Hollywood Inv. (GI-Hol) — Johnny’s Image (1979)                                    Whitney H. (GI-Sar) — Medaglia d’Oro (2003)
Inglewood H. (GIII-Hol) — Fateful Dream (2001)                                     Highlights
Japan Cup (GI-TRC) — Pay The Butler (1988)                                         ❖ At age 80 in 2003, won 13 graded stakes with seven horses during most
Jim Dandy (GII-Sar) — Medaglia d’Oro (2002)                                          productive year as he ranked fourth in earnings with more than $5.8 million,
Jim Murray H. (Hol) — Cote D’azur (1998)                                             surpassing his previous high of $4 million when he ranked ninth in 2002. (Also
John Henry H. (GI-Hol) — Al Mamoon (1987)                                            a partner in Manhattan Handicap winner Denon with Flaxman Holdings Ltd.)
La Canada S. (GII-SA) — Seafree (2006)                                             ❖ Medaglia d’Oro and Peace Rules each won three graded races in 2003. The
Lake George (GIII-Sar) — Nunatell (2002)                                             former had a chance for Horse of the Year honors with a victory in the
    Breeders’ Cup Classic, but settled for second for the second consecutive year,   ❖ Businesses include commercial fisheries, banking, hardware, wholesale food,
    finishing gamely despite being bumped by Congaree at the break and then            real estate development and oil.
    forcing a quick pace. He surged to the lead in mid-stretch, but could not hold   ❖ Other interests include fishing, sailing and golf.
    off late-running Pleasantly Perfect. The Classic favorite, he entered the race
    with victories in the Grade I Whitney Handicap, the Oaklawn Handicap and
    the Strub Stakes.                                                                                  GARY AND DIANE
❖   Peace Rules, one of the nation’s leading sophomores, scored Grade I victories
    in the $1-million Haskell Invitational (beating Funny Cide) and Toyota Blue                           GARBER
    Grass and also won the Grade II Louisiana Derby. He was third behind Funny
    Cide and Empire Maker in the Kentucky Derby.                                     Residences: Tarzana & Solana Beach
❖   Ranked ninth nationally with earnings of more than $3.8 million in 2004 as       Silks: (Gary) Orange, purple and white stripes and cap.
    six horses won eight graded stakes at six tracks. Peace Rules led the way with   Silks: (Diane) Gold and black checks, black sleeves, gold and black cap.
    victories in Belmont’s Suburban Handicap, the Oaklawn Handicap and the           Major Stakes Wins
    New Orleans Handicap. Other Grade I winners were Medaglia d’Oro in               Best Pal S. (GIII-Dmr) — Flame Thrower (2000)
    Gulfstream Park’s Donn Handicap and Midas Eyes in the Forego at Saratoga.        Del Mar Futurity (GII-Dmr) — Flame Thrower (2000)
❖   You, a two-time graded stakes winner in 2003, won four Grade I races in 2002     La Canada S. (GII-SA) — Dianes Halo (1995)
    as the stable had ten graded wins overall. Medaglia d’Oro won the Travers by     Lexington S. (GII-Kee) — Classic Cat (1998)
    13 3/4 lengths plus a pair of Grade II events. He finished second as the 5-2     Norfolk S. (GII-OT) — Flame Thrower (2000)
    favorite in the Breeders’ Cup Classic and was runner-up in the Belmont           Ohio Derby (GII-Tdn) — Classic Cat (1998)
    Stakes and Wood Memorial. Trainer Bobby Frankel purchased Medaglia               Rebel S. (GIII-OP) — Quintana (1991)
    d’Oro for Gann following a maiden victory in February, 2002, after an injury     Remington Park Derby (Rem) — Classic Cat (1998)
    to Labamta Babe which took Gann’s Santa Catalina Stakes winner off the           Rushaway S. (TP) — Pugnacious (1996)
    Triple Crown trail.                                                              San Bernardino H. (GII-SA) — Classic Cat (1999)
❖   You — a daughter of Gann’s multiple stakes winner You And I — finished           Santa Catalina S. (SA) — Domestic Dispute (2003)
    fourth as odds-on favorite in 2001 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies following
    wins in Adirondack and Frizette Stakes.                                          Highlights
❖   Al Mamoon received second money in 1985 Breeders’ Cup Mile. Cozzene won,         ❖ Flame Thrower, a leading 2-year-old of 2000, won the Del Mar Futurity and
    Palace Music ran second, but was disqualified and placed ninth for interfer-       Norfolk before finishing off the board in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. He
    ence in the stretch.                                                               underwent surgery and finished second in the 2001 Riva Ridge at Belmont
❖   Purchased some of his best runners in Europe, including $1-million earner Al       Park, but was retired in September, 2001, following another injury.
    Mamoon (originally acquired in partnership with Bertram R. Firestone) and        ❖ Campaigned top 3-year-old Classic Cat, one of 12 horses to earn more than $1
    Riviera, winner of the 2000 Atto Mile.                                             million in 1998. Finished third in the Preakness. Won the Ohio Derby and
❖   Other European purchases to win stakes include millionaire and Japan Cup           Remington Park Derby, but fell short of $1-million DeBartolo Racing Chal-
    winner Pay The Butler; Sunset Handicap winner Roi Normand; Irish-bred              lenge bonus when second to Arch in Super Derby. Earned a $200,000
    multiple stakes winner Louis Cyphre; Gamely Handicap winner Double                 performance bonus for his two wins and second in the series. Finished year
    Wedge; Top Shape; Torch Rouge, and Gravieres (co-owned with Frankel).              with $1,008,820.
❖   Has campaigned more than 40 stakes winners alone or in partnership. Others       ❖ Claimed Quintana from D. Wayne Lukas for $50,000 and won 1991 Rebel
    include Timboroa, Val de Bois, Never Black, General Charge, Filago, Luazur,        Stakes a week later, upsetting Lukas’ Corporate Report. Quintana was sixth
    Jolie’s Princess, Now Listen, You And I, Johnny’s Image, Luthier Enchanteur,       in the 1991 Kentucky Derby.
    Shir Dar, Have Fun and Martiniquais.                                             ❖ California homebred Dianes Halo won her biggest race, the $213,800 La
                                                                                       Canada Stakes, on Feb. 4, 1995, at Santa Anita. She was born on Diane’s
Background                                                                             birthday and given to her by Gary, her breeder, as a birthday gift. Dianes Halo
❖ Born Oct. 10, 1923. Wife: Bernice. Daughters: Diana and Sally.                       finished third in the 1994 Kentucky Oaks.
❖ Sold 2003 Santa Catalina victor Domestic Dispute prior to the Kentucky Derby.          ❖ First stakes win came when 9-1 shot Pocketfullofpesos won the $125,000 Cal
Background                                                                                 Breeders Championship in 2002 at Santa Anita. Had claimed him for $40,000
❖ Gary and Diane have two daughters who help in naming the horses.                         two starts earlier.
❖ Gary ventured into ownership in 1983 when he and a friend claimed a horse.             ❖ First win came with Go Girl Go on Nov. 6, 2002, at Hollywood Park. He and
❖ Gary owns L.A.-based plastics manufacturing firm, Super Vent Packaging. It               partners claimed her one start earlier for $20,000. She won by 12 lengths for
  produces the bags grapes are wrapped in, and the plastic wraps for lettuce.              $32,000 and was claimed. She is now a broodmare for Gerson.
❖ In February, 1989, the Garbers were passengers on a United Airlines jet that had       Background
  a cargo door blow open over the Pacific Ocean. The man sitting in front of Gary was    ❖ Born April 5, 1968, in Pomona. Son: Ben.
  sucked out the window and eight others were killed. With half of his body inside the   ❖ Owner of Vaccination Services, a veterinary distribution company.
  plane and half outside, the crew members pulled Garber back in.                        ❖ Grew up going to the track with friends. His father owned a few horses in the
                                                                                           early 1980s with Ted West. Went to the backside nearly every morning before
                                                                                           school and watched workouts. “The thing I most remember that pushed me
                    GERSON RACING                                                          into ownership was sitting at the outside rail of the paddock watching all the
                                                                                           owners and wanting so much to be inside the paddock.”
                     (Sean Gerson)
Residence: Pomona                                                                            GODOLPHIN RACING INC. &
Major Stakes Wins
Cal Breeders Championship (SA) — Pocketfullofpesos (2002)                                  DARLEY STUD MANAGEMENT, INC.
Del Mar Debutante (GI-Dmr) — Set Play (2007)
Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — Star Over the Bay (2004)                                               (H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin
Jack Goodman (OT) — Backbackbackgone (2008)
Sunset H. (GII-Hol) — Star Over the Bay (2004)                                                    Rashid Al Maktoum)
Sunshine Millions Turf — Star Over the Bay (2005-SA)
Willard L. Proctor Memorial S. (GIII-Hol) — Backbackbackgone (2008)                      Residences: Dubai; Newmarket, England
Highlights                                                                               Darley 2008 (N.A.): 258-55-35-41—$4,745,650*
❖ Star Over the Bay, claimed for $80,000, went on to score consecutive victories         * ranked third
  in the Grade III Sunset Handicap at Hollywood Park, the Grade II Del Mar               H.R.H. Princess Haya of Jordan & Darley: 2-2-0-0—$3,310,200
  Handicap and the Grade I Clement L Hirsch at Oak Tree, earning a berth in              * ranked 12th
  the 2004 Breeders’ Cup Turf at Lone Star Park. He finished last after setting          Godolphin 2008 (N.A.): 99-27-18-15—$4,158,944
  a torrid pace.                                                                         * ranked fifth
❖ Star Over the Bay scored his richest win in the $500,000 Sunshine Millions             Sheikh Mohammed Silks: Bright yellow, black bell sash, yellow cap.
  Turf in 2005, but was euthanized two starts later when he broke down in the            Godolphin Silks: Maroon, white sleeves, white star on maroon cap.
  Singapore Airlines International Cup.
❖ Set Play, owned in partnership with Charleville Stable, broke her maiden at            Major Stakes Wins
  first asking on June 17, 2007, at Hollywood Park, and finished third in the            Aegon Turf Sprint S. (GIII-CD) — Lydgate (2004)
  Landaluce and second in the Sorrento at Del Mar before winning the Grade               Appleton H. (GIII-GP) — Millennium Dragon (2004)
  I Del Mar Debutante. Eleventh in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at                 Arlington Million (GI-AP) — Sulamani (2003)
  Monmouth Park, she completed her 2-year-campaign with a dead heat for                  Arlington Oaks (GIII-AP) — Marietta (2007)
  third on turf in the Miesque and a fourth-place finish in the Hollywood                Ashland (GI-Kee) — Little Belle (2008)
  Starlet.                                                                               Ballerina (GI-Sar) — Dubai Escapade (2006)
Beldame S. (GI-Bel) — Imperial Gesture (2002); Cocoa Beach (2008)        Oak Tree Invitational H. (GI-SA) — Nasr El Arab (1988)
Bernard Baruch H. (GII-Sar) — Ashkal Way (2006)                          Perryville (GIII-Kee) — Hatta Fort (2008)
Beverly D (GI-AP) — Crimson Palace (2004)                                Peter Pan S. (GII-Bel) — Oratory (2005)
Bold Ruler H. (GIII-Bel) — Songster (2007)                               Preakness S. (GI-Pim) — Bernardini (2006)
Breeders’ Cup Classic (GI) — Raven’s Pass (2008-OT)                      San Juan Capistrano H. (GI-SA) — Red Bishop (1995)
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf — Donativum (2008-OT)                        Sands Point (GII-Bel) — Raw Silk (2008)
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Midshipman (2008-OT)                       Sanford (GII-Sar) — Desert Party (2008)
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (GI) — Tempera (2001-Bel)                 Sharp Cat S. (Hol) — Pamona Ball (2008)
Breeders’ Cup Mile (GI) — Barathea (1994-CD)                             Sorrento S. (GII-Dmr) — Tempera (2001)
Breeders’ Cup Turf (GI) — Pebbles (1985-Aqu); In The Wings (1990-Bel);   Stephen Foster H. (GI-CD) — Street Cry (2002)
    Daylami (1999-GP); Fantastic Light (2001-Bel)                        Strub S. (GI-SA) — Nasr El Arab (1989)
Buckram Oaks (GIII-GP) — Cox Orange (1995)                               Suburban H. (GII-Bel) — E Dubai (2002)
Canadian International (GI-WO) — Singspiel (1966); Mutafaweq (2000);     Super Derby (GII-LaD) — Essence of Dubai (2002)
    Sulamani (2004)                                                      Tanforan H. (GIII-BM) — Inner City (1996)
Cigar Mile (GI-Aqu) — Discreet Cat (2006)                                Travers (GI-Sar) — Bernardini (2006)
Citation H. (GI-Hol) — Ashkal Way (2006)                                 Turf Classic Inv. S. (GI-Bel) — Sulamani (2003)
Coaching Club American Oaks (GI-Bel) — Jilab (2002); Music Note (2008)   UAE Derby (GII-NAS) — Discreet Cat (2006)
Cowdin S. (GIII-Bel) — Sunray Spirit (2001)                              Vagrancy H. (GII-Bel) — Dubai Escapade (2006)
Dubai Sheema Classic (GI-NAS) — Sulamani (2003)                          Vinery Madison S. (GII-Kee) — Dubai Escapade (2006)
Dubai World Cup (GI-NAS) — Street Cry (2002); Moon Ballad (2003);        Westchester H. (GIII-Bel) — Utopia (2007)
    Electrocutionist (2006)                                              Withers S. (GIII-Aqu) — Bernardini (2006)
Dwyer S. (GII-Bel) — E Dubai (2001)                                      Woody Stephens (GII-Bel) — Songster (2006)
Flower Bowl Inv. S. (GI-Bel) — Kazzia (2002)                             Highlights
Frizette H. (GI-Bel) — Balleto (2004)                                    ❖ Enjoyed banner Breeders’ Cup in 2008 with victories by Raven’s Pass in the
Gazelle H. (GI-Bel) — Imperial Gesture (2002); Music Note (2008)           $5-million Classic, Midshipman in the $1-million Juvenile and Donativum in
Hirsch Jacobs S. (GIII-Pim) — Songster (2006)                              the $1-million Juvenile Turf. Raven’s Pass and Donativum ran in the name
Honorable Miss H. (GII-Sar) — Burmilla (2007)                              of Sheikh Mohammed’s wife, Princess Haya of Jordan and Darley Stable. In
Iowa Oaks (GIII-PrM) — Marietta (2007)                                     addition, the operation also finished second and third in the Breeders’ Cup
Jerome H. (GII-Bel) — Express Tour (2001); Discreet Cat (2006)             Ladies Classic with Cocoa Beach and Music Note, who ran in the name of
Jim Dandy S. (GII-Sar) — Bernardini (2006)                                 Godolphin Racing.
Jockey Club Gold Cup S. (GI-Bel) — Bernardini (2006)                     ❖ In September of 2008, all but one of Robert and Janice McNair’s Stonerside
Kelso H. (GII-Bel) — Ashkal Way (2006); Tam Lin (2008)                     Stable runners were sold to the Darley team. Besides Raven’s Pass and
Knickerbocker H. (GIII-Bel) — Formal Decree (2008)                         Midshipman, 78 horses in training were included, plus another 170
Lexington (GIII-Bel) — Woodlander (2005)                                   broodmares, yearlings and weanlings, as well as a 2,000-acre farm near Paris,
Long Island H. (GIII-Aqu) — Criticism (2008)                               Ky., and a training center in Aiken, S.C.
Man o’ War S. (GI-Bel) — Daylami (1998); Fantastic Light (2000)          ❖ Combining the earnings of various banners would have easily led North
Matriarch (GI-Hol) — Asteroid Field (1987); Cocoa Beach (2008)             America money list with earnings of more than $12 million in 2008.
Mother Goose S. (GI-Bel) — Music Note (2008)                             ❖ Led North American owners with $6,449,822 under Darley banner during
Nashua S. (GIII-Aqu) — Day Pass (2006); Etched (2007)                      Eclipse Award-winning 2006 campaign as runners included 3-year-old cham-
Next Move H. (GIII-Aqu) — Wow Me Free (2008)                               pion Bernardini and unbeaten sophomore Discreet Cat. (Topped the Equibase
Norfolk S. (GII-OT) — Essence of Dubai (2001)                              international earnings list under Godolphin banner with earnings of $6,509,513.)
NYRA Mile H. (GI-Aqu) — Quiet American (1990)                            ❖ Bernardini won five straight graded stakes before finishing second to even-
    tual Horse of the Year Invasor in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He dominated his           Classic, won Group 1 events in England and Ireland, pushing his bankroll to
    opposition prior to that, winning the Withers by 3 3/4 lengths, the Preakness           more than $3.7 million.
    by 5 1/2 lengths, the Jim Dandy by nine lengths, the Travers by 7 1/2 lengths       ❖   Singspiel, winner of the 1996 Japan Cup and Canadian International, was favorite
    and the Jockey Club Gold Cup by 6 3/4 lengths. Overall, he was six-for-eight            for the 1997 Breeders’ Cup Turf at Hollywood Park, but was injured and retired just
    with earnings of $3,060,480.                                                            days before the race. Won nine of 20 starts for earnings of $5,952,825.
❖   Discreet Cat was perfect in five starts. Major wins included the UAE Derby          ❖   Raced 1994 European Horse of the Year and Breeders’ Cup Mile winner
    by six lengths, the Jerome Handicap by 10 1/4 lengths and the Cigar Mile by             Barathea in partnership with breeder, Gerald W. Leigh. In 1993, Barathea
    3 1/4 lengths. He set a track record of 1:32 2/5 in the Cigar Mile after covering       was named champion 3-year-old colt in Ireland and England.
    six furlongs in 1:07 3/5. He banked $1,554,180.                                     ❖   Campaigned 1994 Irish Derby winner Balanchine — just the third filly victor
❖   Sulamani was involved in one of racing’s most publicized moments, winning               since 1900. She raced co-owned with brother, the late Sheikh Maktoum bin
    the 2003 Arlington Million after Storming Home was disqualified for veering             Rashid al Maktoum.
    sharply to the outside nearing the finish. He also won the Grade I Turf Classic     ❖   Carnegie won the 1994 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and the Group 1 Grand Prix
    Invitational at Belmont Park. Homebred Sulamani was retired to stud in                  de Saint-Cloud (retired with earnings of $1,462,028, Nov. 1995).
    2004 after a victory in the Canadian International Stakes. He won nine of 17        ❖   In 1995, Lammtarra became the first horse to accomplish the Derby-King
    starts and earned $5,252,368.                                                           George-Arc triple since Paul Mellon’s Mill Reef in 1971.
❖   Moon Ballad provided the stable with its second consecutive Dubai World             ❖   European stakes wins include 1,000 Guineas, Epsom Oaks, St. Leger, Ascot
    Cup victory before being derailed by injury in 2003. A year earlier, Street Cry         Gold Cup, Irish 1,000 Guineas, Irish Derby, Irish Oaks, Prix de l’Arc de
    made a strong case for himself as the world’s top horse when he followed up             Triomphe, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, Poule d’Essai de Poulains, Prix du
    a World Cup triumph with a win in Churchill Downs’ Stephen Foster                       Jockey-Club, Prix de Diane and Prix Royal Oak.
    Handicap, something past World Cup winners Silver Charm (1998) and                  ❖   Stakes winners include Pebbles, Alydaress, Winged Love, Old Vic, Soviet
    Captain Steve (2001) did not accomplish. Retired prior to the Breeders’ Cup             Star, Richard of York, Pennekamp, Moonshell, Vettori, So Factual, Classic
    Classic due to inflammation of his right-fore ankle, he had five wins, six              Cliche, Catrail, Indian Skimmer, In the Wings, Intrepidity, Opera House,
    seconds and one third in 12 starts for earnings of $5,150,837.                          Mark of Esteem, Sonic Lady, Royal Touch, Scenic, Wolfhound, King’s The-
❖   Registered a stunning Breeders’ Cup double at Belmont Park in 2001 when                 atre, Emperor Jones, Swain, Flagbird and Shaadi.
    2-year-old filly champion Tempera out-finished 53-1 stablemate Imperial             ❖   Spent an undisclosed sum to acquire full ownership of Arazi from Allen
    Gesture in the Juvenile Fillies and male turf champion Fantastic Light took             Paulson at the end of 1992. He had paid $9 million for a half-share in the colt
    the Turf, raising Godolphin’s total of Breeders’ Cup victories to six. Sakhee           prior to Arazi’s dazzling 1991 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile win.
    missed by a nose to Tiznow in the Classic.                                          Background
❖   The success of Godolphin’s far-reaching racing empire was illustrated in 2001       ❖ Godolphin is the racing entity formed by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al
    when stable ranked first in earnings among owners in Britain, third in North          Maktoum and raced in partnership including the late Sheikh Maktoum bin
    America, third in Ireland, third in France and 14th in Germany.                       Rashid al Maktoum. (Sheikh Maktoum al Maktoum, the eldest brother,
❖   Irish-bred Daylami, champion miler in France in 1997, posted 2 1/2-length             founded Gainsborough Farm. He died in January of 2006.) Al Quoz Racing
    victory in 1999 Breeders’ Cup Turf at Gulfstream Park, earning consideration          Stables, situated ten minutes away from the City of Dubai and built in 1986,
    for Horse of the Year honors. He did not win, but was voted an Eclipse Award          is home to the Maktoum’s Godolphin operation.
    as champion male turf horse. Daylami won three straight Group I races in            ❖ At age 57, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Crown Prince
    Europe between June and September, including a nine-length win in the Irish           and third son of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Said al Maktoum of Dubai and the
    Champion Stakes. He was retired after the Breeders’ Cup victory with 11               Minister of Defense of that country.
    wins in 21 starts and earnings of $4,594,647.                                       ❖ Attended Cambridge University (Great Britain) and Mons Officer Training School.
❖   Daylami beat eventual Breeders’ Cup Turf winner Buck’s Boy in 1998 Man              ❖ Godolphin is named for the Arabian foundation sire, who himself was named after
    o’ War at Belmont, but was sidelined and missed that year’s Breeders’ Cup.            the sage counselor to Charles II to whom the King made a gift of the stallion.
❖   Irish-bred champion Swain, second in 1998 to Silver Charm in Dubai World
    Cup and third behind Awesome Again and Silver Charm in the Breeders’ Cup

                                                                                Meadowlands Cup H. (GI-Med) — Dramatic Gold (1996)
            GOLDEN EAGLE FARM                                                   Molson Export Million (GII-WO) — Dramatic Gold (1994)
                                                                                Native Diver H. (GIII-Hol) — Best Pal (1994); General Challenge (1999)
               (Betty Mabee)                                                    Norfolk S. (GI-SA) — Best Pal (1990); River Special (1992); Souvenir Copy (1997)
                                                                                Oak Leaf S. (GI-OT) — Excellent Meeting (1998); Notable Career (2000)
Residence: San Diego                                                            Oaklawn H. (GI-OP) — Best Pal (1992)
Silks: Burgundy, gold eagle on back, gold sleeves, burgundy and gold cap.       Pacific Classic (GI-Dmr) — Best Pal (NG-1991); General Challenge (1999)
Major Stakes Wins                                                               Palomar H. (GII-Dmr) — Yearly Tour (1996)
                                                                                Princess S. (GIII-Hol) — Excellent Meeting (1999)
Ack Ack S. (GIII-CD) — Cat’s Career (1997)
                                                                                Rancho Bernardo H. (GIII-Dmr) — Advancing Star (1998)
Affirmed H. (GII-Hol) — General Challenge (1999)
                                                                                San Antonio H. (GII) — Best Pal (1995)
Bay Meadows Oaks (GIII-BM) — Really Happy (1997)
                                                                                San Marcos H. (GII-SA) — River Flyer (1995)
Best Pal S. (GIII-Dmr) — Worldly Manner (1998)
                                                                                Santa Ana H. (GI-SA) — Annual Reunion (1991)
Beverly Hills H. (GI-Hol) — Johnica (1985); Beautiful Melody (1990)
                                                                                Santa Anita Derby (GI-SA) — General Challenge (1999)
Black-Eyed Susan S. (GII-Pim) — Yearly Report (2004)
                                                                                Santa Anita Handicap (GI-SA) — Best Pal (1992); General Challenge (2000)
Cal Cup Classic (OT) — Best Pal (1993)
                                                                                Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Golden Treat (1992); Excellent Meeting (1999)
Cat’s Cradle H. (Hol) — Favorite Funtime (2001)
                                                                                Santa Catalina S. (GII-SA) — General Challenge (1999)
Cinema H. (GIII-Hol) — Worldly Ways (1997)
                                                                                Santa Margarita H. (SA) — Fascinating Girl (1976)
Citibank Snow Chief S. (Hol) — Chief Planner (2003)
                                                                                Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Favorite Funtime (2002)
Del Mar (GII-Dmr) — Dramatic Gold (1996)
                                                                                Santa Ynez S. (GII-SA) — Yearly Report (2004)
Del Mar Debutante (GII-Dmr) — Excellent Meeting (1998)
                                                                                Sorrento S. (GII-Dmr) — Career Collection (1997)
Del Mar Derby (Dmr) — Lightning Mandate (1974)
                                                                                Strub S. (GII-SA) — Best Pal (GI-1992); Event of the Year (1999); General
Del Mar Futurity (GII-Dmr) — Best Pal (1990); River Special (1992); Winning
                                                                                   Challenge (2000)
    Pact (1993); Souvenir Copy (1997); Worldly Manner (1998)
                                                                                Tanforan H. (GIII-BM) — River Flyer (1997)
Delaware Oaks (GII-Del) — Yearly Report (2004)
Derby Trial (GIII-CD) — Souvenir Copy (1998)                                    Highlights
El Camino Real Derby (GIII-BM) — Event of the Year (1998)                       ❖ Successful racing/breeding operation continued in 2004 when homebred
El Encino S. (GII-SA) — Fleet Lady (1998)                                         Yearly Report, a daughter of General Meeting, won five stakes races includ-
Fantasy S. (GI-OP) — Jeanne Jones (1988); Fantastic Look (1989); Excellent        ing three Grade II events: the Delaware Oaks, Black-Eyed Susan and Santa
    Meeting (1999)                                                                Ynez Stakes.
Golden Gate Derby (GIII-GG) — New Advantage (2000)                              ❖ General Challenge gave the late John Mabee and wife Betty Mabee their
Hollywood Derby (GI-Hol) — River Flyer (1994)                                     second Santa Anita Handicap victory in 2000. Best Pal won in 1991. General
Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Best Pal (1990); River Special (1992)               Challenge won the Strub a start earlier.
Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Best Pal (1993)                                   ❖ Won nine graded races with homebreds General Challenge (five) and Excel-
Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Excellent Meeting (1998)                             lent Meeting (four) in 1999. General Challenge provided the Mabees with
Hollywood Turf Express (GIII-Hol) — Advancing Star (1997)                         their first Santa Anita Derby win and second Pacific Classic triumph.
Jim Beam S. (GII-TP) — Event of the Year (1998)                                   Excellent Meeting also won a pair of Grade Is — the Las Virgenes and Santa
La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Magical Allure (1998)                                        Anita Oaks. Both are by General Meeting, California’s leading sire in 1999
La Canada S. (GII-SA) — Fleet Lady (1998)                                         with earnings of $4,032,359.
Lady’s Secret H. (GII-OT) — Magical Allure (1998)                               ❖ Three-time Eclipse Award-winning breeders (1991, 1997-98). Leading breeder
Landaluce S. (GIII-Hol) — Career Collection (GII-1997); Notable Career (2000)     (money-won) in 1998 with $8,221,982.
Las Cienegas H. (GIII-SA) — Advancing Star (1997)                               ❖ Breeder of more than 150 stakes winners; had a record 25 stakes winners and
Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — Likeable Style (1993); Excellent Meeting (1999)         the earners of more than $5.9 million in 1991.
❖   Leading North American owner (money-won) in 1992 with $5,479,484.
    Leading North American breeder in 1992 with $7,026,627 in earnings.
    Named California’s leading breeder 1990-93 and 1996-97.
                                                                                                  HARRIS FARM INC.
❖   Four Hollywood Park owner titles: 1994 Autumn ($386,275), 1993 Spring/
    Summer ($1,075,025), 1992 Autumn ($434,150) and 1990 Autumn
                                                                                               (John C. & Carole Harris)
    ($1,038,830). Leading owner at Santa Anita in 1998 and 1999, and at Oak          Residence: Sanger
    Tree in 1990 and 1992. Leading owner at Del Mar five times, including 1999.      Silks: Green and white diamonds, green sleeves, green and white cap.
❖   Best horse was the homebred gelding Best Pal, who retired in 1996 at age         Major Stakes Wins
    eight with earnings of $5,668,245 — still second richest Cal-bred behind         A Gleam Inv. H. (GII-Hol) — Alphabet Kisses (2005)
    Tiznow. He won 17 stakes, including Hollywood Gold Cup, Hollywood                Ack Ack H. (GIII-Hol) — Lucky J.H. (2006)
    Futurity, Santa Anita Handicap and Pacific Classic. Finished second in 1991      B. Thoughtful S. (Hol) — Alphabet Kisses (2005)
    Kentucky Derby. Died of a heart attack Nov. 24, 1998, at age ten.                Baldwin (SA) — High Standards (2005)
❖   Best Pal was voted Cal-bred Horse of the Year from 1990-92. In 1994-95 (age      Bay Meadows H. (GIII-BM) — Now Victory (2007)
    6-7), he was voted California’s champion older male. He is one of only four      Cal. Dreamin H. (Dmr) — El Don (2006)
    horses to win the Big ’Cap, Strub and Gold Cup (others were Round Table,         California Cup Matron H. (OT) — Super High (2002)
    Prove It and Affirmed).                                                          California Cup Sprint H. (OT) — Unlimited Value (2002)
❖   Bred first stakes winner in 1968.                                                California Sire S. Fillies (Hol) — Top Of Our Game (2000); Super Tuesday (2001);
❖   Won first stakes race in 1970 with Cool Hand, whom Mabee named after San             Super High (2002)
    Diego Chargers quarterback John Hadl.                                            CTT & TOC (Dmr) — Marzelline (2008)
❖   Bred first Grade I winner (Beau’s Eagle) in 1976.                                Del Mar Derby (GII-Dmr) — Juan Barrera (1981)
Background                                                                           Flawlessly S. (Hol) — Super High (2002)
❖ The passing of John Mabee on April 24, 2002, at the age of 80 ended a              Graduation S. (Dmr) — Spot the Diplomat (2006)
  partnership with his widow Betty that had spanned 60 years of marriage and         Honeymoon H. (GIII-Hol) — Work The Crowd (1994)
  45 in the business of racing. John died less than one week after suffering a       I’m Smokin S. (Dmr) — Spot the Diplomat (2006)
  major stroke.                                                                      King Glorious (Hol) — High Standards (2008)
❖ John Mabee was born Aug. 21, 1921, in Seymour, Iowa. He and Betty moved            La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Teresa Mc (GIII-1991); Alphabet Kisses (2004)
  to California in 1941. Son: Larry; three grandchildren.                            Lakeview Thor. Farms (Hol) — Rebuild Trust (2000)
❖ John Mabee was a founding member of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club and              Laurel Dash (GIII-Lrl) — Soviet Problem (1994)
  its leader for almost 25 years. He stepped down from role as chairman of its       Miss America H. (GIII-GG) — Work The Crowd (1995)
  board of directors and was named director emeritus at the start of 2002. Betty     Native Diver H. (GIII-Hol) — Saint Stephen (2006)
  Mabee was added to the board of directors in January of 2002.                      On Trust H. (Hol) — Hot Market (2002)
❖ John was a founding member of the board of directors of Breeders’ Cup Ltd.         Pucker Up S. (GIII-AP) — Work The Crowd (1994)
  Had been a member of The Jockey Club since 1985 when he died. Past director        San Clemente H. (GIII-Dmr) — Work The Crowd (1994)
  of the CTBA.                                                                       San Pedro S. (SA) — High Standards (2005)
❖ John was founder of Golden Eagle Insurance Company (founded in 1984).              Sensational Star H. (SA) — Lucky J.H. (2008)
  Survived hard-fought battle with California insurance regulators over busi-        Solana Beach H. (Dmr) — Top Of Our Game (2001); Super High (2002)
  ness operations in 1997. Company was sold at year’s end.                           Soviet Problem H. (GG) — Image of Glory (2001)
❖ Couple made fortune with their Big Bear Grocery chain, sold in 1991 after 50       Tiznow S. (Hol) — Lucky J.H. (2006)
  years of operation.                                                                Valkyr H. (Hol) — Soviet Problem (1994-95)
❖ Bought first two horses at 1957 Del Mar yearling sale.                             Work The Crowd H. (GG) — Super High (2004)
                                                                                     Yerba Buena (GIII-GG) — Work The Crowd (1995)

Highlights                                                                        ❖ Now one of the largest beef operations in the state (Harris Ranch Beef Co.)
❖ Campaigned Cal-bred Soviet Problem with co-owner/breeder Don Valpredo.            includes a 100,000-head feedlot; many acres of cotton, tomatoes and almonds,
  Retired in February of 1996 with earnings of $905,416, winning 15 of 20           and the Harris Ranch Restaurant and Inn.
  starts. Second to Cherokee Run in the 1994 Breeders’ Cup Sprint. Defeated       ❖ In 1966, the farm began raising and training Thoroughbreds. The 400-acre
  Lazor in a six-furlong match race at Golden Gate Fields in May, 1994, and         horse division lies in the heart of the ranch, an 18,000-acre agricultural
  Mamselle Bebette in a match race at Del Mar in August, 1994. Voted                complex.
  California’s Horse of the Year, champion older female, sprinter and turf        ❖ Harris is a member of The Jockey Club, a past president of the California
  horse in 1994 — the first time a horse won three divisions and Horse of the       Thoroughbred Breeders Association, and began his second tenure as
  Year in a season. Also named California’s champion 3-year-old filly in 1993.      chairmanof the California Horse Racing Board in 2009.
❖ Raced Cal-bred Work The Crowd with co-owner Norma Foster Maddy.
  Named champion 1993 Cal-bred 2-year-old filly; 1994 Cal-bred 3-year-old
  filly; 1995 Cal-bred Turf Horse, and 1995 Northern California Horse of the
  Year. Retired in January of 1996 with $644,550.
❖ In a sweet bit of irony for Harris, homebred Super High ended a 14-month
  victory drought by racing to a 2 1/2 -length triumph in the $100,000 Work The
  Crowd Handicap at Golden Gate Fields in 2004.                                   Residences: Palm Desert, Beverly Hills & Ruidoso, New Mexico.
❖ Four stakes wins with Super High in 2002, including Hollywood Park’s            Silks: Blue and white stars, red stripes on white sleeves, white cap.
  Flawlessly Stakes. Super High also gave Harris a sweep of the three runnings
  of Hollywood Park’s California Sires Stakes filly division. Top Of Our Game
                                                                                  Major Stakes Wins:
  had won the inaugural running in 2000 and Super Tuesday in 2001.                A Gleam H. (GIII-Hol) — Survive (1991)
❖ Moscow Burning, a daughter of Moscow Ballet bred in partnership with the        Beverly D (GI-AP) — Fire The Groom (1991)
  Ken Maddy Trust, was named California-bred Horse of the Year, top grass         Beverly Hills H. (GI-Hol) — Virginie (1999)
  horse and older female of 2004 by the California Thoroughbred Breeders’         Carleton F. Burke H. (GIII-OT) — Spring House (2007)
  Association.                                                                    Citation H. (GII-Hol) — Leger Cat (1992)
❖ Campaigned California champions Moscow Changes ($292,543) and Teresa            Dahlia H. (GII-Hol) — Invited Guest (1987)
  Mc ($302,945).                                                                  Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — Spring House (2008)
❖ First horse: Jogaway Miss (1958). First winner: The Blend (1961). First         Donn H. (GI-GP) — Puerto Madero (1999)
  stakes winner: Big Jess (Alameda Claiming Stakes, Golden Gate Fields).          Fleur de Lis S. (GIII-CD) — Fit To Lead (1995)
                                                                                  Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Sacramentada (1992)
Background                                                                        Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Gentlemen (1997)
❖ John C. Harris was born July 14, 1943, in Fresno. Wife: Carole.                 John Henry H. (GII-Hol) — Leger Cat (1993)
❖ Chairman and chief executive officer of Harris Farms, Inc., a diversified       Louisville Bud. (GII-CD) — Fit To Lead (1995)
  agricultural production and marketing company which also races Thorough-        Monrovia H. (GIII-SA) — Paga (2001)
  breds. Harris Farms is located in the San Joaquin Valley near Coalinga and      Native Diver H. (GIII-Hol) — Gentlemen (1996); Puerto Madero (1998)
  was founded in 1937.                                                            Pacific Classic (GI-Dmr) — Gentlemen (1997)
❖ Graduated with a degree in agricultural production from UC Davis.               Pimlico Special (GI-Pim) — Gentlemen (1997)
❖ Agricultural awards include 1989 Beef Cattle Businessman of the Year;           Princess S. (GII-Hol) — Fit To Lead (1993)
  Fresno Farm Bureau Outstanding Agricultural Award; Beef Marketer of             San Antonio H. (GII-SA) —Gentlemen (1997-98)
  the Year, and UC Davis College of Agriculture Distinguished Alumni              San Luis Obispo H. (GII-SA) — Spring House (2008)
  Award.                                                                          Santa Anita Bud. H. (GIII-SA) — Fire The Groom (1991)
❖ Harris Farms originally started out as a cattle farm that late father, Jack,    Sunset H. (GII-Hol) — Tallories (1996)
  founded. The family came from west Texas, where his grandfather, J.A.           Wilshire H. (GII-Hol) — Fire The Groom (1991)
  Harris, was a cotton farmer and ginner.
Highlights                                                                          ❖ Became Chairman and sole owner of Multnomah Kennel Club, operator of
❖ Bought Gentlemen moments before nine-length victory in track record time            Multnomah Greyhound Track, in Portland, Oregon, in 1992. Sold in March,
  of 1:45 1/5 for 1 1/8 miles in 1996 Native Diver Handicap at Hollywood Park.        1999, but retained 85 acres for future development.
  He was just one-fifth off world record. The Argentine-bred went on to             ❖ Opened the Hollywood Park-Casino in 1994 — the country’s first trackside
  sensational 1997 campaign, winning a trio of Grade I events — the Pimlico           casino. Also directed Hollywood Park’s purchase of Turf Paradise (sold in 1999).
  Special, Hollywood Gold Cup and Pacific Classic.                                  Background
❖ Gentlemen missed the 1997 Breeders’ Cup Classic at Hollywood Park after           ❖ Born June 13, 1935, in Smith Center, Kansas. The youngest of eight children
  developing a fever a week before the race. He finished his campaign with four       of Miner and Loese Hubbard. Wife: Joan Dale.
  wins and a third in six starts for earnings of $2.2 million. Gentlemen’s win in   ❖ Worked in family’s ice house and as a wheat harvester; high school basketball
  the Pimlico Special came at the expense of eventual Breeders’ Cup Classic           star who attended Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kansas,
  winner Skip Away.                                                                   on a basketball scholarship.
❖ Gentlemen repeated in 1998 San Antonio at Santa Anita, but bled in the Big        ❖ Basketball coach and teacher at Towanda (Kansas) Junior High School in 1957.
  ’Cap and was on the comeback trail once again while finishing a game third        ❖ Glass salesman for Safelite Glass in Wichita, Kansas, in 1959; became
  behind Skip Away in Gold Cup. After seconds in the Pacific Classic, Wood-           president in 1968. Remained president of Safelite Glass after it was acquired
  ward and Jockey Club Gold Cup, he was supplemented to the Breeders’ Cup             by Royal Industries. Oversaw an increase in the company’s revenues over ten
  Classic for $800,000. He bled and was not a contender.                              years from $7 million to more than $100 million, making it the largest auto
❖ Purchased a 50% share in Virginie and a 50% interest in 200 other horses            glass replacement company in the U.S.
  from Rio Claro Thoroughbreds of Brazil just moments before Virginie upset         ❖ Left Safelite desiring to form his own company. Directed the purchase and
  Tranquility Lake in 1999 Beverly Hills Handicap at Hollywood Park.                  merger of two small failing glass companies to form AFG Industries, Inc.
❖ Founded Hollywood Park’s Turf Festival in his first year as track chairman          (AFG). In the Fortune 500 survey of companies, AFG ranked first in earnings
  in 1991; a year later watched as his Leger Cat won the Citation.                    per share growth rate during the 10 years from 1977 through 1987. From 1987
❖ Campaigned Fire The Groom with partners Dr. Ed Allred and Connie Sczesny            to 1989, AFG continued to grow, with sales increasing by 57% over the period.
  in 1991. The Bill Shoemaker-trained filly won three of seven starts for           ❖ Took AFG private (1988) in a $1.1-billion buyout; AFG by now had become a
  earnings of $627,350. Her biggest win came in the Grade I Beverly D at              Fortune 500 company with annual revenues of about $700 million. Sold AFG
  Arlington Park. She was second in The Matriarch and third in the Yellow             to Glas International (an international glass manufacturer) but remained as
  Ribbon. She also finished fourth in the Group 2 Prix’ De L’Opera at Longchamp.      Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until July, 1993.
❖ Elected Chairman and CEO of Hollywood Park in February, 1991. Remained            ❖ Investor in Golf Enterprises, Inc. (formerly Jim Colbert Golf). An owner and
  in that role until spearheading sale to Churchill Downs Inc. in September,          operator of golf courses, both public and private, throughout the United States.
  1999. In his first season, the track had an increase in attendance of 11.3%,      ❖ Founder of the Anne C. Stradling Museum of the Horse in Ruidoso Downs, New
  while on-site and satellite handle rose 7.3%. Initiated a $20-million renova-       Mexico, a collection of more than 10,000 pieces of equestrian related items.
  tion program, restoring the venerable facility to its heyday glory as “The        ❖ Owner of the Hubbard Collection of Western Art, which has been displayed
  Track of Lakes and Flowers.” Company showed its first profit in five years in       throughout the country. The collection, valued at more than $20 million,
  1991; earnings nearly tripled in 1992.                                              includes masterpieces of American art by such legendary artists as Charles
❖ At helm as Hollywood Park was host to highly successful Breeders’ Cup               M. Russell and Frederick Remington, as well as works by living masters.
  Championship in 1997. On-track crowd of 51,161 helped generate a Holly-           ❖ Formed the R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation in 1986. The Founda-
  wood Park and then-California record handle (all sources) of $79,741,030.           tion is dedicated to providing and improving educational opportunities for
❖ Opened Zia Park racetrack and casino in 2005 – his second track in New              students of all ages.
  Mexico (following Ruidoso Downs). Sold in 2006 to Penn National Gaming.
❖ Acquired Ruidoso Downs in 1988; immediately made $3.3 million in improve-
  ments leading to an attendance increase of over 30%. As majority owner of
  Sunflower Racing, constructed and opened The Woodlands in Kansas City in
  1989 — the nation’s only dual greyhound and horse racing facility.

                                                                                       on closing day of Hollywood Park’s Autumn Meet.
                             B. WAYNE                                                ❖ Campaigned a trio of talented 3-year-olds in 2005: Illinois Derby winner
                                                                                       Greeley’s Galaxy; Derby Trial, Northern Dancer Stakes and Indiana Derby
                             HUGHES                                                    winner Don’t Get Mad, and Osidy, winner of Hollywood Park’s Will Rogers
Residence: Malibu                                                                    ❖ After Greeley’s Galaxy won the Illinois Derby, Hughes paid a $200,000
2008: 130-26-20-14—$1,537,681                                                          supplemental fee to run in the Kentucky Derby, giving 83-year-old trainer
Silks: Orange and purple quarters, orange sleeves and cap.                             Warren Stute his second shot at the Run for the Roses (saddled 13th-place
                                                                                       finisher Field Master in 1967). Greeley’s Galaxy finished 11th.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                    ❖ Achieved most prestigious and richest ($780,000) victory as owner when
Blue Jay Way (OT) — Osidy (2006)                                                       Action This Day rallied boldly to capture 2003 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Action This Day (2003-OT)                                become the 16th Juvenile winner to be voted an Eclipse Award as outstanding
Buena Vista H. (GII-SA) — Lexa (2000); Blue Moon (2002)                                2-year-old male.
CashCall Futurity (GI-Hol) — Into Mischief (2007)                                    ❖ Purchased Action This Day, a son of Kris S., for the relatively bargain price
China Doll S. (SA) — Thatswhatimean (2005)                                             of $150,000 from agent Bob Courtney at the 2002 Keeneland July yearling
Damascus (OT) — Into Mischief (2008)                                                   sale where the average price per sale was $487,184. Had previously spent
Del Mar Futurity (GII-DM) — Siphonizer (2003)                                          approximately $20 million for yearlings since the mid-1990s with mostly
Derby Trial (CD) — Don’t Get Mad (2005)                                                modest returns.
E. R. Bradley S. (FG) — Joyeux Danseur (1998)                                        ❖ Caught up in 2003 Kentucky Derby hoopla with lightly-raced
Early Times Turf Classic S. (GI-CD) — Joyeux Danseur (1998)                            Atswhatimtalknbout. Following a nose setback to Buddy Gil in the San
Explosive Bid S. (GIII-FG) — Joyeux Danseur (1998)                                     Felipe, he was made the favorite in the Santa Anita Derby, only to finish
Fair Grounds S. (FG) — Joyeux Danseur (1998)                                           fourth behind Buddy Gil. Hughes had sold a minority interest to Steven
Fastness H. (Hol) — Vetheuil (1999)                                                    Spielberg, Gary Ross and Frank Marshall of Hollywood fame and
Fleur de Lis H. (GIII-CD) — Trishyde (1994)                                            Atswhatimtalknbout went into Louisville amid much fanfare. Although
Illinois Derby (GII-Haw) — Greeley’s Galaxy (2005)                                     unstarted at two, he almost backed it up, rallying strongly to finish fourth
Indiana Derby (GII-Hoo) — Don’t Get Mad (2005)                                         after breaking poorly.
Jerome H. (GII-Bel) — Teton Forest (2004)                                            ❖ Peak year in 2003 also included Grade II triumph in Del Mar Futurity with
Northern Dancer S. (GIII-CD) — Don’t Get Mad (2005)                                    Siphonizer.
Osunitas H. (Dmr) — Dyna’s Gold (2002)                                               ❖ Most accomplished runner prior to Action This Day was Joyeux Danseur. He
Reloy H. (SA) — Lexa (1999)                                                            won four 1988 stakes including the Grade I Early Times Turf Classic and
Robert B. Lewis S. (GII-SA) — Crown of Thorns (2008)                                   earned $516,792 before finishing seventh in the Breeders’ Cup Mile. Joyeux
San Simeon H. (GIII-SA) — Malabar Gold (2002)                                          Danseur was Hughes’ first Breeders’ Cup starter.
Super Derby (GII-LaD) — My Pal Charlie (2008)                                        ❖ First graded stakes win came in 1994 when Trishyde took the Grade III Fleur
Will Rogers S. (GIII-Hol) — Osidy (2005)                                               de Lis Handicap at Churchill Downs.
Wilshire H. (GIII-Hol) — Shake the Yoke (1998)                                       ❖ Became involved in ownership in 1972 when he purchased several horses
Highlights                                                                             with a group of neighbors.
❖ My Pal Charlie won the 2008 Super Derby and finished fourth in the                 Background
  Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile while earning $581,653 with three wins and two             ❖ Malibu resident was born in Gotebo, Okla., in 1933. Attended University of
  seconds in nine starts. Triple Crown candidate Crown of Thorns was a 2 1/2-          Southern California. Has four grandchildren.
  length victor in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes before being sidelined for the year.   ❖ Parlayed a $50,000 investment as founder and president of Public Storage
❖ Into Mischief, a $180,000 purchase at Ocala in March of 2007, scored a               Inc. in 1972 into a fortune that Forbes magazine estimated at $800 million in
  1 1/4-length victory at odds of 13.80-to-1 in the $750,000 CashCall Futurity         1995. Self-storage firm has interests in nearly 1,400 storage facilities in 37
  states. Hughes and his family own 39 percent of company. Ranks among                tion company, West Coast Communications, in 1991 and sold it in 2004. Is
  Forbes 400 richest people in United States with an estimated net worth of           semi-retired.
  $1.7 billion.                                                                     ❖ Introduced to racing by Dennis O’Neill, brother of Doug O’Neill. “Dennis had
❖ Driving force behind establishment in 2000 and funding of Parker Hughes             a construction company in fiber optics splicing that worked for us,” Jaime said
  Cancer Center in St. Paul, Minn. Center employs some 200 people and is the          prior to the 2006 Breeders’ Cup. “I got into ownership about six years ago.”
  world’s only cancer center that specializes in the development of new and
  effective anti-cancer drugs including the acclaimed B43-PAP to treat
  children’s leukemia. Center is named after Hughes’ son who died of leuke-
  mia at a young age.
                                                                                               JAY EM ESS STABLE
                                                                                             (Mace & Samantha Siegel)
                                                                                    Residence: Beverly Hills
                    ROYCE S. JAIME                                                  2008: 190-37-21-27—$1,724,508
                                                                                    Silks: Blue, lime green “MS” on back, blue and green cap.
                                                                                    Major Stakes Wins
Residence: Atla Loma                                                                A Gleam H. (GII-Hol) — Stormy But Valid (1990)
SILKS: Purple, gold circle “RSJ” on back, gold sleeves and cap                      Aristides H. (CD) — Thisnearlywasmine (1998)
Major Stakes Wins                                                                   Ashland S. (GI-Kee) — Urbane (1995)
Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Thor’s Echo (2006-CD)                                   Baldwin S. (GIII-SA) — Latin Dancer (1997)
Cal National Snow Chief S. (Hol) — Harlene (2008)                                   Beaumont S. (GIII-Kee) — Fluttery Danseur (1992)
Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash (GI- Lrl) — Thor’s Echo (2006)                     Bel Air H. (GII-Hol) — Prospectors Gamble (1990)
Cactus Flower H. (TuP) — Maria’s Mirage (2003)                                      Blue Norther S. (SA) — Navigator (2008)
El Cajon (Dmr) — Perfect Moon (2004)                                                Brown & Williamson (GIII-CD) — Ifyoucouldseemenow (1992)
Woodside H. (BM) — Maria’s Mirage (2003)                                            Canterbury Park Derby (CP) — Latin Dancer (1997)
Highlights                                                                          CERF H. (Dmr) — Theverythoughtof U (2007)
❖ Thor’s Echo, second in the $2-million Dubai Golden Shaheen to Proud Tower         Del Mar Futurity (GII-Dmr) — Declan’s Moon (2004)
  Too in March of 2006, finished the year with victories in the $2-million          Delaware H. (GIII-Del) — Urbane (1996)
  Breeders’ Cup Sprint and the $300,000 Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash            El Cajon (Dmr) — Latin Rhythms (2007-Div. II)
  to earn an Eclipse Award as the nation’s outstanding sprinter.                    Golden Rod S. (GII-CD) — Miss Pickums (2000)
❖ The California-bred was winless in five 2006 starts prior to the Breeders’ Cup,   Gravesend H. (GIII-Aqu) — Here’s Zealous (2001)
  but he finished a good second in the Ancient Title at Santa Anita before          Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — I Ain’t Bluffing (1998)
  heading to Churchill Downs. Overlooked at 15-1, he cruised to a four-length       Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Declan’s Moon (2004)
  victory under jockey Corey Nakatani.                                              Hollywood Juvenile Championship (GII-Hol) — Ramblin Guy (1993)
❖ Jaime bought Thor’s Echo privately early in his career and later sold an equal    Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — Declan’s Moon (2004)
  interest to Pablo Suarez. He was their first Breeders’ Cup starter.               Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — I Believe In You (2000)
                                                                                    John A. Morris H. (GI-Sar) — Urbane (1996)
Background                                                                          La Brea S. (GI-SA) — I Ain’t Bluffing (1997)
❖ Royce S. Jaime was born Nov. 21, 1963, in Panama City, Panama. Three              La Jolla H. (Dmr) — Singular (1978)
  children: Justin, Shelby and Daniel.                                              Landaluce S. (Hol) — Distinctive Sis (GIII-1988); Garden Gal (GIII-1990);
❖ Father was in military when he was born. He was raised in Montclair.                  Fluttery Danseur (GII-1991); Zealous Connection (GII-1992)
  Attended Chafee Junior College in Rancho Cucamonga. Founded a construc-           Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Stormy But Valid (1990)
Milady H. (GI-Hol) — I Ain’t Bluffing (1998)                                       ❖ Thisnearlywasmine, 1997 San Miguel winner, returned from condylar frac-
Northern Dancer S. (GIII-CD) — Suave (2004)                                          tures in both front legs to win six-furlong allowance and Aristides Handicap
Pennsylvania Derby (GII-Pha) — Love of Money (2004)                                  at Churchill Downs in the spring of 1998 — 16 months after the injury.
Pine Tree Lane (OT) — Theverythoughtof U (2007)                                    ❖ Latin Dancer, a $210,000 yearling purchase, won five stakes in 1997.
Railbird S. (GII-Hol) — I Ain’t Bluffing (1997)                                    ❖ Won Landaluce three straight years (1990-92). Also won in 1988.
Robert K. Kerlan Memorial H. (Hol) — Latin Dancer (1997)                           ❖ Won three $100,000 stakes on the Breeders’ Cup undercard at Gulfstream
San Pedro (SA) — Arson Squad (2006)                                                  Park in 1989 with Tasteful T.V., Stormy But Valid and Edgy Diplomat. Also
Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Hedonist (1998)                                           won a $100,000 race at Gulfstream the day before.
Santa Catalina (GII-SA) — Declan’s Moon (2005)                                     ❖ First stakes win came with Wininreno in 1976 Julian Cole Handicap at
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Stormy But Valid (1990)                                    Calder. John Tammaro was trainer.
Saratoga H. (GII-Sar) — Suave (2005)                                               Background
Sorority S. (GIII-Mth) — Fluttery Danseur (1991)
                                                                                   ❖ Jan Siegel, part of the longtime California racing triumphant of husband
Sorrento S. (GII-Dmr) — How So Oiseau (1994)
                                                                                     Mace Siegel and daughter Samantha, died April 4, 2002, after a lengthy
Spinaway S. (GI-Sar) — Miss Iron Smoke (1991)
                                                                                     battle with cancer. The native of Cincinnati, Ohio, was 69.
Strub S. (GII-SA) — Arson Squad (2007)
                                                                                   ❖ Mace Siegel was born in Jersey City, N.J., on Sept. 1, 1925, and Samantha in
Swaps S. (GII-Hol) — Arson Squad (2006)
                                                                                     New York City on May 10, 1965. Son Evan is not part of the racing partnership.
Thoroughbred Club of America (GIII-Kee) — Ifyoucouldseemenow (1992)
                                                                                   ❖ Mace Siegel graduated from Weehawken High School, Columbia College, and
Triple Bend H. (GIII-Hol) — Prospectors Gamble (1990)
                                                                                     received an MBA from Columbia School of Business. Prior to self-employ-
Washington Park H. (GII-AP) — Suave (2006)
                                                                                     ment, worked 2 1/2 years at R.H. Macy & Co. in New York and 12 years as a
Highlights                                                                           real estate broker in New Jersey. Served in World War II in the U.S. Naval
❖ Declan’s Moon, unbeaten in four starts, won an Eclipse Award in 2004 as            Reserve from July, 1942, through May, 1945. Highest grade attained: Elec-
  champion 2-year-old male. Purchased by Samantha Siegel for $125,000 at the         tronic Technician’s Mate, 3rd Class.
  2003 Fasig-Tipton Mid-Atlantic September yearling sale, the gelding banked       ❖ Mace became a racing fan while growing up in New Jersey and New York. Jan
  $507,300 with graded stakes victories in the Del Mar Futurity, Hollywood           became interested while going to the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
  Prevue and Hollywood Futurity.                                                   ❖ Mace met the former Jan Deters on a blind date at Aqueduct in 1962. Married
❖ Declan’s Moon clinched the Eclipse Award in the Hollywood Futurity,                two months later. Jan was a singer with big bands. Favorite song was the Cole
  finishing one length clear of eventual Kentucky Derby champion Giacomo.            Porter hit, “I Love You, Samantha.” Named their daughter after the song.
  Wilko, winner of the 2004 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Lone Star Park, was          ❖ Mace Siegel owns Macerich Company of Santa Monica, which develops, owns
  another nose back in third.                                                        and manages regional shopping malls. Founded in 1965, Macerich is the third
❖ Declan’s Moon won the 2005 Santa Catalina Stakes at Santa Anita, but               largest owner of regional malls in the U.S. Initially Macerich developed strip
  underwent surgery to remove a small bone chip from his left knee following         centers around discount department stores. It acquired its first mall in 1972.
  the race and was sidelined the remainder of the year.                            ❖ Purchased first horse in 1964 at Timonium yearling sale and named her
❖ Finished atop the owners’ standings with ten wins from 22 starters at the          Najecam (Mace and Jan spelled backward). Broke maiden at age five.
  2007 Spring/Summer Meet. Richest victory of the year came when Arson             ❖ The late Brian Mayberry was the Siegel’s primary trainer from 1977 to 1995.
  Squad won the Strub Stakes at Santa Anita. Ranked 19th in North America          ❖ Mace Siegal is vice president of Thoroughbred Owners of California.
  as horses made more than $2.4 million.
❖ After Miss Pickums won the Grade II Golden Rod in 2000 at Churchill Downs,
  the Siegels decided to separate their 2-year-old fillies and sent I Believe In
  You to Hollywood Park, where she won the Grade I Hollywood Starlet. The
  win was the first in a Grade I race for trainer Paul McGee.
❖ Campaigned two Grade I winners in 1998 — Hedonist (Santa Anita Oaks)
  and I Ain’t Bluffing (Milady Handicap).
                                                                              Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) — Riboletta (2000)
                       AARON &                                                Santa Ysabel S. (SA) — Miss Musket (1974)
                                                                              Silver Spoon (Hol) — Tiffany Lass (1987)
                      MARIE JONES                                             Swaps S. (GI-Hol) — Valdez (1979)
                                                                              Sword Dancer Invitational H. (Bel) — Lemhi Gold (1982)
Residence: Eugene, Ore.                                                       Three Chimney’s Spinster (GI-Kee) — Plenty Of Light (2000)
Silks: White, red cross sashes, red diamonds on sleeves, white & red cap.     Three Chimneys Juvenile S. (CD) — Half Ours (2005)
Major Stakes Wins                                                             Torrey Pines (Dmr) — Tamara Princess (2001)
Affirmed H. (GIII-Hol) — Valdez (1979)                                        Vanity H. (GI-Hol) — Riboletta (2000)
Bayshore S. (GIII-Aqu) — Forest Ranger (2004)                                 Westwood (Hol) — Lemhi Gold (1981)
Beldame (GI-Bel) — Riboletta (2000)                                           William Donald Shaefer (GIII-Pim) — Master Command (2006)
Beverly Hills H. (GI-Hol) — La Zanzara (1974-75)                              Highlights
Bowling Green H. (GII-Bel) — Sunriver (2007)                                  ❖ Homebred Sunriver shipped west to win the Grade I Hollywood Turf Cup in
Carter H. (GI-Aqu) — Forest Danger (2005)                                       2007 as the stable won six graded races with three horses. Sunriver also won
Clement L. Hirsch H. (GII-Dmr) — Riboletta (2000)                               the Bowling Green at Belmont Park, while Master Command won the
Del Mar Futurity (GI-Dmr) — Forest Camp (1999)                                  Mineshaft Handicap and the New Orleans Handicap at the Fair Grounds and
Dwyer S. (GII-Bel) — Forestry (1999)                                            the National Jockey Club at Hawthorne. Half Ours won the Richter Scale
Fair Grounds Oaks (GII-FG) — Tiffany Lass (1986)                                Sprint Championship at Gulfstream Park.
Fantasy S. (GI-OP) — Miss Musket (NG-1974); Tiffany Lass (1986)               ❖ Campaigned champion Riboletta in 2000. A winner of seven races, including
Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Riboletta (2000)                                       five Grade I events, the 5-year-old Brazilian mare earned $1,384,860 and was
Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Miss Musket (1974)                                   a contender for Horse of the Year before finishing out of the money in the
Hollywood Turf Cup (GI-Hol) — Sunriver (2007)                                   Breeders’ Cup Distaff. Her Grade I wins: the Beldame at Belmont Park; the
Jockey Club Gold Cup (GI-Bel) — Lemhi Gold (1982)                               Vanity and Milady at Hollywood Park, and the Santa Margarita at Santa
Kentucky Cup Classic (GII-TP) — Shaniko (2005)                                  Anita. Retired to Taylor Made Farms, she earned $1,555,103.
Kentucky Oaks (GI-CD) — Tiffany Lass (1986)                                   ❖ Won two national championships while associated with the late Hall of Fame
King’s Bishop (GI-Sar) — Forestry (1999)                                        trainer Laz Barrera. Lemhi Gold, winner of six of 12 starts and $1 million in
Los Angeles Times H. (GIII-Hol) — Forest Grove (2005)                           1982, was named best older colt or gelding, while Tiffany Lass was 1986 3-
Marlboro Cup (GI-Bel) — Lemhi Gold (1982)                                       year-old filly champ when she was six-for-six for earnings of $445,043.
Meadowlands S. (GII-Med) — Master Command (2006)                              ❖ Gary Stevens, rider of Tiffany Lass, credited the Joneses and Barrera with
Milady H. (GI-Hol) — Riboletta (2000)                                           giving him his first major opportunity in Southern California at his Hall of
Mineshaft H. (GIII-FG) — Master Command (2007)                                  Fame induction in 1997.
National Jockey Club H. (GIII-Haw) — Master Command (2007)                    ❖ Lemhi Gold’s victories included the Jockey Club Gold Cup and Marlboro Cup
New Orleans H. (GII-FG) — Master Command (2007)                                 on dirt and the San Juan Capistrano and Sword Dancer on turf. He narrowly
Peter Pan S. (GII-Bel) — Sunriver (2006)                                        lost in balloting for Horse of the Year to Conquistador Cielo.
Richter Scale Sprint Ch. H. (GII-GP) — Half Ours (2007)                       ❖ Campaigned Miss Musket in 1974. Trained by Charlie Whittingham, she was
Ruffian H. (GI-Bel) — Riboletta (2000)                                          the class of the 3-year-old filly division in California, but was soundly beaten
San Felipe S. (GII-SA) — Prime Timber (1999)                                    by Chris Evert in match race at Hollywood Park.
San Juan Capistrano H. (GI-SA) — La Zanzara (1975); Lemhi Gold (1982)         ❖ Forestry was one of three graded stakes winners the couple campaigned in
San Marino (GII-SA) — Lemhi Gold (1982)                                         1999. He won four added-money events, including Grade I Dwyer at Saratoga.
San Pasqual H. (GII-SA) — Valdez (1980)                                         Also won Del Mar Futurity with Forest Camp.
Santa Anita Oaks (SA) — Miss Musket (1974)                                    ❖ First venture into ownership came in 1971 at November Breeding Stock Sale

   at Keeneland, buying five broodmares and eight weanlings for $113,000.       Carleton F. Burke H. (GIII-OT) — Public Purse (1999)
Background                                                                      Churchill Distaff Mile S. (GIII-CD) — Mirabilis (2006)
❖ Aaron Upton Jones, 87, is a native of Utopia, Texas. Attended University of   Citgo Distaff Turf Mile S. (GIII-CD) — Heat Haze (2003)
  Oregon, followed by 4 1/2 years in military, where he was stationed at Fort   Clement L. Hirsch H. (GI-OT) — Senure (2001)
  Knox.                                                                         Dahlia H. (GII-Hol) — Didina (1996)
❖ Own Seneca Sawmill Company and Seneca Timber Company in Eugene, Ore.          Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — Three Valleys (2005)
  Seneca Sawmill is “maybe the most technically advanced sawmill in the         Diana H. (GII-Sar) — Tates Creek (2002)
  world.” It produces 275 million feet of lumber annually.                      Distaff H. (GII-Aqu) — Honest Lady (2000)
❖ Own 175,000 acres of timberland in Oregon and tree farm in New Zealand.       Eddie Read H. (GI-Dmr) — Marquetry (1992), Expelled (1997)
❖ Conducted major dispersal of horses in 1990, but have increased involvement   El Rincon (GII-SA) — Tychonic (1996)
  in recent years.                                                              Elkhorn S. (GIII-Kee) — Epicentre (2004)
                                                                                Fastness H. (GIII-Hol) — Senure (2000)
                                                                                Florida Derby (GI-GP) — Empire Maker (2003)
            JUDDMONTE FARMS                                                     Forego (GI-Sar) — First Defence (2008)
                                                                                Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Toussaud (1993); Tates Creek (2003)
          (Prince Khalid Abdullah)                                              Go For Wand H. (GI-Sar) — Sightseek (2004)
                                                                                Golden Gate H. (GIII-GG) — Dushyantor (1998)
                                                                                Hollywood Turf Cup (GI-WO) — Champs Elysees (2008)
Residences: Saudi Arabia; Lexington, Ky.; Newmarket, London &                   Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Marquetry (1991); Aptitude (2001)
    Kent, England                                                               Hollywood Oaks (GI-Hol) — Sleep Easy (1995)
2008: 100-18-12-19—$3,575,686*                                                  Hollywood Turf Cup (GI-Hol) — Alphabatim (1984 & 1986)
* ranked tenth                                                                  Hollywood Turf Handicap (GI-Hol) — Exbourne (1991); Quest For Fame (1992)
Silks: Green, pink sash, white sleeves, pink cap.                               Humana Distaff H. (GI-CD) — Sightseek (2003)
Major Stakes Wins (North America)                                               Jaipur H. (GIII-Bel) — Shibboleth (2002); First Defence (2008)
                                                                                Jenny Wiley S. (GIII-Kee) — Tates Creek (2002); Intercontinental (2004-05)
A Gleam H. (GII-Hol) — Honest Lady (2000)
                                                                                Jockey Club Gold Cup (GI-Bel) — Aptitude (2001)
Alabama S. (GI-Sar) — Flute (2001)
                                                                                Just A Game (GI-Bel) — Intercontinental (GII-2004); Ventura (2008)
Arcadia H. (GII-SA) — Tychonic (1996); Diplomatic Bag (2004)
                                                                                Kentucky Oaks (GI-CD) — Flute (2001)
Arlington Million (GI-AP) — Chester House (2000); Beat Hollow (2002)
                                                                                Kilroe Mile H. (GII-SA) — Decarchy (2002)
Bay Meadows H. (GIII-BM) — Kirkwall (1999)
                                                                                La Jolla H. (GIII-Dmr) — Marine (2001)
Beldame S. (GI-Bel) — Sightseek (2003-04)
                                                                                La Prevoyante S. (GII-Crc) — Interim (1996)
Belmont S. (GI-Bel) — Empire Maker (2003)
                                                                                Las Cienegas H. (GIII-SA) — Heat Haze (2003); Etoile Montante (2004)
Beverly D (GI-AP) — Heat Haze (2003)
                                                                                Las Palmas H. (GII-SA) — Wandesta (1996); Tates Creek (2002)
Beverly Hills H. (GII-Hol) — Light Jig (2004)
                                                                                Lexington S. (GIII-Bel) — Chiselling (2002)
Bien Bien S. (Hol) — Mizzen Mast (2001); Special Rate (2003)
                                                                                Lexus Raven Run (GII-Kee) — Jibboon (2007)
Breeders’ Cup F & M Sprint — Ventura (2008-OT)
                                                                                Long Island H. (GII-Aqu) — Yenda (1995)
Breeders’ Cup F&M Turf (GI) — Banks Hill (2001-Bel); Intercontinental
                                                                                Los Angeles H. (GIII-Hol) — Forest Gazelle (1996)
                                                                                Malibu S. (GI-SA) — Mizzen Mast (2001); Latent Heat (2006)
Brown Bess H. (GIII-GG) — Out Of Reach (2001)
                                                                                Man o’ War S. (GI-Bel) — Defensive Play (1990)
Buena Vista H. (GII-SA) — Costume (2008)
                                                                                Manhattan H. (GI-Bel) — Beat Hollow (2002); Cacique (2006)
Buena Vista S. (GII-SA) — Media Nox (1997)
                                                                                Matriarch (GI-Hol) — Wandesta (1996), Ryafan (1997); Heat Haze (2003);
Caesars International (GII-Atl) — Exbourne (1991)
                                                                                    Intercontinental (2004); Price Tag (2006)
Californian (GII-Hol) — Tinners Way (GI-1996); Skimming (2001)
Meadowlands Cup H. (GI-Med) — Marquetry (1993)                                Wood Memorial S. (GI-Aqu) — Empire Maker (2003)
Noble Damsel H. (GIII-Bel) — Tates Creek (2002)                               Woodford Reserve Turf Classic S. (GI-CD) — Beat Hollow (2002)
Northern Dancer Turf S. (GI-WO) — Champs Elysees (2008)                       Yellow Ribbon S. (GI-OT) — Super Staff (1992); Ryafan (1997); Spanish Fern
Oceanport H. (GIII-Mth) — Three Valleys (2006)                                    (1999); Tates Creek (2003); Light Jig (2004)
Ogden Phipps H. (GI-Bel) — Sightseek (2003-04)                                Highlights
Pacific Classic (GI-Dmr) — Tinners Way (1994-95); Skimming (2000-01)          ❖ Ventura gave outfit its third Breeders’ Cup victory with a four-length score
Palomar H. (GII-Dmr) — Etoile Montante (2004); Intercontinental (2005)          over Eclipse Award winner Indian Blessing in the 2008 Filly and Mare Sprint.
Poker H. (GIII-Bel) — War Zone (2003); Art Master (2007)                        She won four of seven starts and made $1.4 million as Juddmonte ranked
Queen Elizabeth II S. (GI-Kee) — Ryafan (1997)                                  tenth in North America with $3.5 in earnings.
Rampart H. (GII-GP) — Sightseek (2004)                                        ❖ Won record fifth Matriarch at 2006 Turf Festival with Price Tag. The streak
Rare Perfume H. (GII-Bel) — True Flare (1996)                                   started when Wandesta and Ryafan won back-to-back runnings in 1996 and
Raven Run S. (GIII-Kee) — Sightseek (2002)                                      1997 to clinch Eclipse Awards. Also won with Heat Haze in 2003 and
River Cities H. (GIII-LaD) — Interim (1995)                                     Intercontinental in 2004.
Rothmans International (GI-WO) — French Glory (1990); Raintrap (1994)         ❖ Intercontinental, following in the footsteps of her sister Banks Hill, scored a
Royal Heroine S. (GIII-Hol) — Intercontinental (2005)                           front-running upset at odds of 15-1 in the 2005 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare
Ruffian H. (GI-Bel) — Sightseek (2004)                                          Turf at Belmont Park to clinch an Eclipse Award as Female Turf champion.
San Marcos S. (GII-SA) — Champs Elysees (2008)                                  She was not off the board while winning five graded stakes in seven starts for
San Carlos H. (GII-SA) — Latent Heat (2007)                                     earnings of $1,271,200. She was retired after the Breeders’ Cup with 13 wins
San Antonio H. (GI-SA) — Hatim (1986)                                           in 22 starts and earnings of $2,052,463.
San Clemente H. (GII-Dmr) — True Flare (1996)                                 ❖ Won a nation-high 11 Grade I stakes races in 2003 and captured two Eclipse
San Diego H. (GIII-Dmr) — Skimming (2000-01)                                    Awards — second as outstanding owner and third consecutive and an
San Gorgonio H. (GII-SA) — Wandesta (1996); Tates Creek (2003)                  unprecedented fourth overall as outstanding breeder. Sightseek (four), Em-
San Juan Capistrano H. (GI-SA) — Raintrap (1996)                                pire Maker (three), Heat Haze (two) and Tates Creek (two) were all multiple
San Marcos S. (GII-SA) — Public Purse (2000)                                    Grade I winners. Sixteen graded wins overall.
San Simeon H. (GIII-SA) — Speak In Passing (2003)                             ❖ Empire Maker gave Juddmonte and Hall of Fame trainer Bobby Frankel first
Santa Ana H. (GII-SA) — Wandesta (GI-1995); Spanish Fern (GI-2000); Costume     Triple Crown victory when he ended Funny Cide’s Triple Crown bid in the
   (2008)                                                                       2003 Belmont Stakes. After finishing second to Funny Cide in the Kentucky
Santa Barbara H. (GI-SA) — Wandesta (1995)                                      Derby, Empire Maker skipped the Preakness Stakes. He also won the Wood
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Honest Lady (2000)                                    Memorial Stakes and the Florida Derby.
Santa Ynez S. (GII-SA) — Honest Lady (1999)                                   ❖ With victories in the Beldame, Go For Wand, Ogden Phipps and Humana Distaff,
Saratoga H. (GII-Bel) — Aptitude (2001)                                         Sightseek had a shot of dethroning champion Azeri in the distaff division, but
Secretariat S. (GI-AP) — Chiselling (2002)                                      finished fourth as the 3-5 favorite in the 2003 Breeders’ Cup Distaff.
Shadwell Keeneland Mile (GII-Kee) — Kirkwall (1999)                           ❖ Sightseek spearheaded stable’s North American racing interests in 2004 with
Shirley Jones (GIII-GP) — Harpia (1999)                                         four Grade I victories (Ogden Phipps Handicap, Ruffian Handicap and
Shuvee S. (GII-Bel) — Apple of Kent (2001)                                      Beldame Stakes) as well as a Grade II — the Rampart Handicap. Sightseek
Strub S. (GII-SA) — Defensive Play (GI-1991); Mizzen Mast (2002)                was one of eight Grade I winners in 2004 bred by Juddmonte.
Tanforan H. (GIII-BM) — Kirkwall (1999); Decarchy (2002)                      ❖ Beat Hollow accounted for three of the stable’s four Grade I victories in 2002,
Top Flight H. (GII-Aqu) — Sightseek (2002)                                      capturing the Arlington Million, the Woodford Reserve Turf Classic and the
United Nations H. (GI-Mth) — Senure (2001)                                      Manhattan Handicap. Stable ranked sixth in North American earnings
Vagrancy H. (GII-SA) — Indian Flare (2007)                                      ($5,172,287) in 2002.
Vinery Madison S. (GII-Kee) — Ventura (2008)                                  ❖ Ranked third in North American earnings ($6,926,015) in 2001, winning with
Winstar Galaxy (GII-Kee) — Intercontinental (2005)                              30% of starters. Posted nine Grade I victories at eight venues, headed by
    5 1/2-length win in Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf by English import Banks        in semi-retirement as his four sons are heavily involved in managing
    Hill.                                                                              ventures including catering, cleaning, cement, electronics and insurance. He
❖   Won Hollywood Gold Cup for the second time in 2001 when Aptitude finished          owns a 1% interest in Chase Manhattan Bank.
    second behind Futural, but was moved up when the stewards placed Futural         ❖ Developed his love for English racing when his family rented a house in
    third for interfering with Skimming in the stretch run. The win came ten           London for the summer during the 1960s. Became an owner in 1977 with
    years after Marquetry paid a record $56.80 in upsetting Farma Way.                 purchase of four yearlings. First winner came May 14, 1979, with Charming
❖   Aptitude also won the Jockey Club Gold Cup, while Skimming repeated in Del         Native. First classic win came with Known Fact in the 1980 English Two
    Mar’s Pacific Classic, emulating back-to-back wins by Juddmonte’s Tinners          Thousand Guineas, also the first for any Arab owner.
    Way in 1994-95.                                                                  ❖ Extensive breeding interests are collectively known as Juddmonte Farms.
❖   Ten-time leading owner (money-won) at Hollywood Park — five Spring/                Owns five breeding farms in Europe: Juddmonte Stud, Banstead Manor Stud
    Summer and five Autumn titles.                                                     and Eagle Land Farm in U.K.; Ferrans Stud and New Abbey Stud in Ireland.
❖   Won three Grade I races with three horses in 2000 — the Santa Monica with        ❖ The North American operation is based at 1,800-acre Juddmonte Farms near
    Honest Lady, the Pacific Classic with Skimming and the $2-million Arlington        Lexington.
    Million with Chester House.
❖   Campaigned the winners of seven graded stakes in North America in 1999.
    Spanish Fern gave Juddmonte its third Yellow Ribbon win, while Kirkwall
    accounted for three graded wins.
❖   Also honored with an Eclipse Award in 1995 as North America’s outstanding
    breeder and an Eclipse in 1992 as outstanding owner. Prior to the 2005
    Eclipse Award to Intercontinental, the most recent Eclipse Awards for horses     Residence: Redondo Beach
    came in 2001 when Banks Hill was named champion Female Turf horse.               Silks: Magenta, black and silver “K” emblems, black and sliver bar emblems on
❖   Won two richest races at Hollywood’s 1991 Spring/Summer Meet — the                   blue sleeves, multi-colored cap.
    $500,000 Turf Handicap with Exbourne and the $1-million Gold Cup with
    Marquetry.                                                                       Major Stakes Wins
❖   Accomplished an historic double in 1993 as homebred Commander in Chief           Bayakoa H. (GII-Hol) — Starrer (2002); Hollywood Story (2004)
    followed the likes of Nijinsky II and Shergar in winning the English and Irish   Great Lady M S. (Hol) — Costume Designer (2006)
    derbies. Homebred Bright won the Irish Oaks. Both were sired by Dancing          Hawthorne H. (GIII-Hol) — Hollywood Story (2005)
    Brave, Abdullah’s 1986 European Horse of the Year.                               Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Hollywood Story (2003)
❖   Other European stakes wins include Prix Royal-Oak, English Two Thousand          Oceanside (Dmr) — Knockout Artist (2007-Div. II)
    Guineas, Cheveley Park Stakes, Sussex Stakes, Irish Derby, Irish Oaks,           Princess S. (GIII-Hol) — Starrer (2001)
    Epsom Derby, Coronation Cup, Eclipse Stakes, Elizabeth Diamond Stakes,           Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) — Starrer (2003)
    Haydock Sprint Cup, Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, Middle Park Stakes, St.           Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Starrer (2003)
    Leger Stakes, Heinz 57 Phoenix Stakes, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches, Prix due     Senorita S. (GIII-Hol) — Makeup Artist (2003)
    Jockey-Club; Prix de Diane, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp, and Prix de l’Arc       Vanity Inv. H. (GI-Hol) — Hollywood Story (2006)
    de Triomphe.                                                                     Highlights
Background                                                                           ❖ Hollywood Story, whose four career wins all came in graded stakes at
❖ Prince Khalid Abdullah is a member of the ruling family of Saudi Arabia. He          Hollywood Park, won the Grade I Vanity Handicap in 2006. A year earlier, she
  was born in 1937 in Taif. He is a first cousin and brother-in-law of Prince Fahd     made a miraculous comeback after clipping heels and almost falling on the
  of Saudi Arabia and father-in-law of the late Fahd Salman, who raced 1991            first turn en route to a victory in the Hawthorne Handicap. The victory
  Epsom and Irish Derby winner Generous. He prefers to be known as Mr.                 completed a double for trainer John Shirreffs, who watched the race on
  Khalid Abdullah. A quiet man, he shuns publicity.                                    television from Louisville after saddling 50-1 shot Giacomo to win the
❖ Presides over a massive conglomerate known as “Mawared.” He claims to be             Kentucky Derby.
❖ Hollywood Story became Krikorian’s second Grade I winner when she became
  the first maiden to win the Hollywood Starlet. She rallied under jockey
  Patrick Valenzuela to upset favorite Victory U.S.A. at odds of 6-1 in the 2003
                                                                                                    ROBERT & BEVERLY
❖ Purchased for $130,000 at the 2002 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling
                                                                                                      LEWIS TRUST
  sale, Hollywood Story was tested three times in graded stakes before the           Residence: Newport Beach
  Starlet, finishing behind division champion Halfbridled each time.                 Silks: Green, yellow hoops, yellow sleeves, green and yellow cap.
❖ Hollywood Story had to wait nearly one year for her next stakes victory. She       Major Stakes Wins
  gave her owner a repeat win in Hollywood Park’s $150,000 Bayakoa Handi-            A.G. Vanderbilt H. (GII-Sar) — Orientate (2002)
  cap in 2004, two years after he won with Starrer.                                  Adirondack S. (GII-Sar) — Salty Perfume (1997); Folklore (2005)
❖ Starrer also won the 2003 Santa Margarita Handicap at Santa Anita, but she         Aristides H. (GIII-CD) — Orientate (2002)
  was retired because of soreness in her ankles.                                     Arlington H. (GIII-AP) — Senor Swinger (2004)
❖ First stakes win came with Starrer in 2001 Princess Stakes as jockey Chris         Beldame (GI-Bel) — Serena’s Song (1995)
  McCarron won the race for a record sixth time.                                     Belmont H. (GII-Bel) — Senor Swinger (2004)
❖ Starrer was an odds-on favorite when she tossed McCarron at the start of the       Belmont S. (GI-Bel) — Commendable (2000)
  2001 Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park. Later that year in the           Best Pal S. (GII-Dmr) — What a Song (2005)
  Breeders’ Cup Distaff, also at Belmont, she was about two lengths off the lead     Bien Bien S. (Hol) — Chips Are Down (2005)
  at the top of the stretch when McCarron dropped his whip.                          Black-Eyed Susan S. (GII-Pim) — Serena’s Song (1995)
❖ First win came with Box Office Girl in 1998.                                       Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Timber Country (1994-CD)
Background                                                                           Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (GI) — Folklore (2005-Bel)
❖ Born July 27, 1945, in Salem, N.H. Single. Two grown children. Resides in          Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Orientate (2002-AP)
  Redondo Beach.                                                                     Brown & Williamson (GII-CD) — Exploit (1998)
❖ Served in the Navy, spending a year in Vietnam, then earned a degree at Los        Cat’s Cradle H. (Hol) — Bai and Bai (2008)
  Angeles City College.                                                              Champagne S. (GI-Bel) — Timber Country (1994)
❖ Owns chain of movie theatres in Southern California. Opened first movie            Churchill Downs H. (GIII-CD) — Criollito (1996)
  complex in Palos Verdes in 1984. Sold eight locations to Regal Cinema in 1996      Clark H. (GII-CD) — Silver Charm (1998)
  and followed by opening his own company, Krikorian Premiere Theatres.              Commonwealth S. (GII-Kee) — Orientate (2002)
❖ Raised in the shadows of the Rockingham Park grandstand. His father,               Coolmore Lexington (GII-Kee) — Charismatic (1999); Scrimshaw (2003)
  George Krikorian Sr., was a noted trainer and racing fan for many years. He        Crown Royal American Turf S. (GIII-CD) — Senor Swinger (2003)
  passed away in 2004 at age 89. Young George worked several jobs at                 Debutante (GIII-CD) — Classic Elegance (2004)
  Rockingham Park, including hotwalker, busboy and paperboy.                         Del Mar Futurity (GII-Dmr) — Silver Charm (1996)
❖ Sponsors an annual golf tournament that raised more than $100,000 for              Del Mar Oaks (GI-Dmr) — Twice The Vice (1994)
  cystic fibrosis research. Also raises money for various racing causes.             E. B. Johnston (Fpx) — Bai and Bai (2008)
                                                                                     El Conejo H. (GIII-SA) — With Distinction (2006)
                                                                                     Fleur de Lis S. (GIII-CD) — Serena’s Song (1996)
                                                                                     Forego H. (GI-Sar) — Orientate (2002)
                                                                                     Fountain of Youth S. (GI-GP) — High Yield (2000)
                                                                                     Gallant Bloom H. (GIII-Bel) — Positive Gal (1999)
                                                                                     Gazelle H. (GI-Bel) — Serena’s Song (1995)
                                                                                     Goodwood H. (GII-OT) — Silver Charm (1998)
                                                                                     Haskell Invitational H. (GI-Mth) — Serena’s Song (1995)
                                                                                     Hempstead H. (GI-Bel) — Serena’s Song (1996)
Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Santa Catarina (2003)                                      occasions as they pursued Triple Crown wins.
Hollywood Juvenile Championship (GIII-Hol) — Hennessy (GII-1995); What a          ❖   Charismatic gave the couple their second chance at Triple Crown in just three
    Song (2005)                                                                       years in 1999, finishing third in Belmont despite career-ending injury
Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Serena’s Song (1994)                                     (fractured left foreleg). After escaping unclaimed when entered for a $62,500
Hopeful S. (GI-Sar) — Hennessy (1995); High Yield (1999)                              tag in February, he went on to win the Coolmore Lexington, Kentucky Derby
Hutcheson S. (GII-GP) — Valid Wager (1995)                                            (at 31-1) and Preakness in succession, earning division title and Horse of the
Indiana Derby (Hoo) — Orientate (2001)                                                Year honors.
Iroquois S. (GIII-CD) — Exploit (1998)                                            ❖   Silver Charm just missed becoming the first Triple Crown winner since
Jefferson Cup S. (GIII-CD) — Senor Swinger (2003)                                     Affirmed in 1978 when Touch Gold caught him in final strides of 1997
Jim Beam S. (GII-TP) — Serena’s Song (1995)                                           Belmont Stakes.
Kentucky Cup Classic (GIII-TP) — Silver Charm-DH (1998)                           ❖   Silver Charm, winner of the 1998 Dubai World Cup and second in the 1998
Kentucky Derby (GI-CD) — Silver Charm (1997); Charismatic (1999)                      Breeders’ Cup Classic, was retired in June of 1999 after finishing fourth in the
Lafayette S. (GIII-Kee) — Trafalger (1997)                                            Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs. He won 12 of 24 starts for
Landaluce S. (GII-Hol) — Serena’s Song (1994)                                         earnings of $6,944,369. He was inducted into racing’s Hall of Fame in 2007.
Lane’s End Br. Futurity (GI-Kee) — Consolidator (2004)                            ❖   Folklore provided the couple with their third Breeders’ Cup victory in the
Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — Serena’s Song (1995); Composure (2003); A.P.                2005 Juvenile Fillies at Belmont Park. The D. Wayne Lukas-trained filly won
    Adventure (2004)                                                                  four of seven starts and was not worse than second while earning $927,500
Matron S. (GI-Bel) — Folklore (2005)                                                  and an Eclipse Award. The Breeders’ Cup win helped ease the pain of losing
Monrovia H. (GIII-SA) — Resplendatory (2004)                                          undefeated 2-year-old colt What a Song when he was injured while training
Mother Goose (GI-Bel) — Serena’s Song (1995)                                          at Del Mar. Purchased for $1.9 million at Barretts 2-year-olds in-training
Oak Leaf S. (GII-OT) — Serena’s Song (GI-1994); Composure (2002)                      sale, the Bob Baffert-trained colt counted the Hollywood Juvenile Champion-
Oaklawn H. (GII-OP) — Grand Reward (2005)                                             ship and the Best Pal Stakes among his three victories.
Pimlico Distaff (GIII-Pim) — Serena’s Song (1996)                                 ❖   Won Breeders’ Cup Sprint in 2002 with Eclipse Award winner Orientate, also
Preakness S. (GI-Pim) — Timber Country (1995); Silver Charm (1997); Charis-           from the Lukas stable. Orientate, six of ten overall, captured five graded races
    matic (1999)                                                                      en route to earnings of $1,412,970.
San Felipe S. (GII-SA) — Consolidator (2005)                                      ❖   Lukas-trained Serena’s Song won six Grade I and two Grade II races en route
San Pasqual H. (GII-SA) — Silver Charm (1999)                                         to an Eclipse Award as top 3-year-old filly of 1995. Became the first filly to
San Vicente S. (GIII-SA) — Silver Charm (1997); Exploit (1999)                        sweep Santa Anita’s 3-year-old fillies series (Santa Ynez, Las Virgenes and
Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Serena’s Song (1995); Composure (2003)                     Santa Anita Oaks).
Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Serena’s Song (1996)                                     ❖   Serena’s Song, a winner of 18 races (17 graded) retired as the all-time leading
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Serena’s Song (1996)                                        female earner ($3,283,388) in 1996. She was surpassed by Spain in 2002.
Santa Ynez S. (GII-SA) — Serena’s Song (GIII-1995); Dance Daily (2006)            ❖   Gainesway, Overbrook and the Lewises’ Timber Country won the Breeders’
Santa Ysabel S. (GIII-SA) — A.P. Adventure (2004)                                     Cup Juvenile and an Eclipse Award as champion 2-year-old colt of 1994. He
Sapling S. (GII-Mth) — Hennessy (1995)                                                went on to win the 1995 Preakness Stakes.
Schuylerville S. (GII-Sar) — Classic Elegance (2004)                              ❖   Other stakes winners include Sir Hutch (equaled six-furlong Hollywood track
Sorrento S. (GIII-Dmr) — Inspiring (2004)                                             record of 1:08 in 1993), Hennessy, High Yield, Twice The Vice, Exploit, Ticket
Strub S. (GII-SA) — Silver Charm (1998)                                               To Houston, Laguna Seca, Ebonair, Straight Man, Open Forum and Orientate.
Toyota Blue Grass S. (GI-Kee) — High Yield (2000)                                 ❖   Victories in the Lane’s End Breeders’ Futurity (Consolidator) and Las Virgenes
Winnercomm H. (GII-CD) — Straight Man (2000)                                          (A.P. Adventure) in 2004 brought the couple’s career Grade I victory total to 28.
Highlights                                                                        ❖   Involved in a partnership on a few horses with Arthur (Bud) Straub, a friend
❖ Commendable provided one of racing’s biggest surprises in 2000, posting a           and business associate long before purchasing their own horses in 1990 — two
    front-running win in the Belmont, a race that had eluded the Lewises on two       2-year-olds at the Barretts sale.
❖ Sunshine Machine was couple’s first winner (at Hollywood Park). First stakes
  winner was Blue Eyed Davy at Oak Tree in 1990.
❖ First Grade I stakes win came in 1994 Del Mar Oaks with Twice The Vice, who
                                                                                                  MERCEDES STABLE
  also gave trainer Ray Bell Jr. his first Grade I win. She was purchased for
  $130,000 at the Keeneland 2-year-old sale and in late November, 1994, was
                                                                                                    (Ernie Moody)
  sold privately to Martin and Pam Wygod.                                         Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada
Background                                                                        2008: 180 –36-30-24—$1,608,178
❖ Robert Lewis passed away on Feb. 17, 2006, at the age of 81. That day Point     Silks: Black, yellow “M” zig zag hoop and bar on sleeves, yellow and black cap.
  Determined won the seventh race at Golden Gate Fields.                          Major Stakes Wins
❖ Robert Lewis was born May 12, 1924, in Minneapolis, Minn., and raised in
                                                                                  Affirmed H. (GIII-Hol) — Indian Ocean (2005)
  Glendale. Beverly was born in San Francisco. Sons: Jeff and Jim. Daughter:
                                                                                  Aladdin Resort & Casino H. (Dmr) — She’s A Jewel (2005)
  Nancy Lewis Francois. Grandchildren: Chris, Katie and Chloe (born Ken-
                                                                                  Escondido H. (Dmr) — Laura’s Lucky Boy (2005)
  tucky Derby Day, 1996).
                                                                                  Fitz Dixon Cotillion S. (GII-Pha) — Seattle Smooth (2008)
❖ Silks are in the colors of their alma mater, the University of Oregon.
                                                                                  Goodwood H. (GI-OT) — Rock Hard Ten (2005)
❖ Robert Lewis accompanied his mother and father to Santa Anita on the first
                                                                                  Impressive Style S. (Hol) — She’s A Jewel (2005)
  Saturday the track was open in 1934 at age ten.
                                                                                  Lazaro S. Barrera Memorial S. (GII-Hol) — Twice as Bad (2004); Storm Wolf (2005)
❖ Robert returned to University of Oregon to complete his education following
                                                                                  Malibu S. (GI-SA) — Rock Hard Ten (2004)
  World War II service in the Army. He and Beverly met there and wed in 1947.
                                                                                  San Pedro S. (SA) — Try To Fly (2007)
  They attended races at Portland Meadows while in college and honeymooned
                                                                                  Santa Anita H. (GI-SA) — Rock Hard Ten (2005)
  at Del Mar.
                                                                                  Strub S. (GII-SA) — Rock Hard Ten (2005)
❖ Robert’s father, Branson (Bun) Lewis, was executive secretary of the Califor-
                                                                                  Swaps S. (GII-Hol) — Rock Hard Ten (2004)
  nia Brewers Institute, responsible for negotiating labor contracts and lobby-
                                                                                  Thunder Road H. (SA) — Laura’s Lucky Boy (2005)
  ing the legislature in the interests of the industry.
                                                                                  Will Rogers S. (GIII-Hol) — Laura’s Lucky Boy (2004)
❖ After graduating from University of Oregon, Robert went to work in Los
  Angeles as a beer sales rep, first for Bohemian Distributing Co., then other    Highlights
  brewers in both Northern and Southern California.                               ❖ Campaigned five stakes-winning horses in 2005, including Strub Stakes and
❖ Started Foothill Beverage Company (Anheuser-Busch distributor) on April           Santa Anita Handicap winner Rock Hard Ten, who was raced in partnership
  16, 1956, in Pomona. It grew to be the second-largest beer distributor in         with Madeleine Pickens.
  California. Eldest son, Jeff has taken over as president and general manager.   ❖ Rock Hard Ten, a leading 3-year-old of 2004 when he won the Swaps Stakes
❖ Robert served on the board of the Pomona Valley Hospital beginning in 1982.       after a third (disqualified from second) in the Santa Anita Derby, second in
  The family has made substantial financial contributions to the hospital over      the Preakness and fifth in the Belmont, was shifted from trainer Jason
  the years, including a $5-million pledge to get the Robert and Beverly Lewis      Orman to the barn of Hall of Fame trainer Richard Mandella. He won the
  Family Cancer Care Center project off the ground. The facility opened in          Malibu Stakes on opening day of the 2004-2005 Santa Anita winter/spring
  March, 1993.                                                                      meet before stretching his winning streak to four with victories in the Strub,
❖ Robert and Beverly received the 1995 Big Sport of Turfdom Award, presented        Big ’Cap and Goodwood Handicap at Oak Tree.
  by the Turf Publicists of America for an exceptional contribution to the        ❖ Rock Hard Ten missed the Breeders’ Cup with a minor foot ailment, finishing
  promotion of horse racing.                                                        2005 with three wins in three starts and earnings of $1,080,000. He was
                                                                                    retired in November, 2005, with cartilage damage near the sesamoids of his
                                                                                    left foreleg. Overall, he won sevens of 11 starts for earnings of $1,870,380.
                                                                                  ❖ Laura’s Lucky Boy, winner of the Will Rogers and runner-up in the Oak Tree
                                                                                    Derby while trained by Jason Orman in 2004, won the 2005 Thunder Road
                                                                                    and Escondido Handicap (through disqualification) for Mandella. His best
  effort came when he was beaten a nose by Leprechaun Kid in the Grade II Del         San Francisco Mile H. (GII-GG) — Tuzla (1999); Charmo (2006)
  Mar Handicap. He earned a trip to the Breeders’ Cup Turf, but finished 11th.        San Simeon H. (GIII-SA) —Finder’s Fortune (1995)
❖ Storm Wolf, trained by Bruce Headley and owned in partnership with Marsha           Santa Ana H. (GII-SA) —Maria Jesse (1989)
  Naify, won Hollywood Park’s Lazaro S. Barrera. A year earlier, Mercedes Stable      Sapling S. (GII-Mth) —Gilded Time (1992)
  connected in the Grade III event with Vladimir Cerin-trained Twice as Bad.          Triple Bend H. (GII-Hol) — Disturbingthepeace (2002)
❖ Uses several trainers and also won the 2005 Affirmed with Indian Ocean and          Highlights
  a pair of non-graded stakes with Twice as Bad, both trained by Jay Robbins.         ❖ David Milch was at Hollywood Park watching on television when Val Royal
Background                                                                              stormed from behind to capture 2001 Breeders’ Cup Mile at Belmont Park.
❖ Ernie Moody was born on July 25, 1948, in Elizabeth, N.J. He resides in Las           The French-bred son of Royal Academy was purchased by Milch for a reported
  Vegas. Son: Austin. Daughter: Amber.                                                  $1 million in August of 1999. Val Royal’s winning time of 1:32 was a Breeders’
❖ President of Action Gaming, he holds patents on numerous video poker machines.        Cup record for the race (his sire won in 1:35 1/5). Including a victory in the
  Founded in 1997, the company is involved in invention, not manufacturing.             Grade II Oak Tree Mile, Val Royal earned $792,800 in 2001 after being
❖ International Game Technology licensed his Triple Play Draw Poker. It was             sidelined throughout 2000.
  introduced to casinos in 1997 and was a runaway success. Since then Action Gaming   ❖ Had previously teamed with Julio Canani, who trained Val Royal, in bid to
  has created dozens of video poker games and sent them to the marketplace.             win inaugural Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf in 1999 with Caffe Latte, who
❖ Formerly a restaurateur, stockbroker and casino investor.                             finished fourth and was subsequently sold to Stonerside Farm.
❖ Involved in racing since 2000. Purchased 250-acre Brookside West Farm,              ❖ Disturbingthepeace scored a front-running victory at odds of 16-1 in the
  formerly owned by the late Allen E. Paulson and his wife, Madeleine. Renamed          $300,000 Triple Bend Handicap, the first of three straight Grade II victories
  it Moody Creek Farm. It is located in Bonsall, Calif., nearby San Luis Rey            in 2002.
  Downs training center. Also owns Running Luck Ranch, outside Fresno, Calif.         ❖ Tuzla, a four-time stakes winner for Milch in 1998, was sold to Stonerside
                                                                                        Farm after capturing the Royal Heroine for her third added-money triumph
                                                                                        of 1999 in mid-July. Earlier she won a pair of Grade II events — the Buena
                       DAVID & RITA                                                     Vista and San Francisco Mile (a race Milch won in 2006 with Charmo). Milch
                                                                                        earned a third 1999 Grade II triumph with Val Royal in the Del Mar Derby,
                          MILCH                                                         the colt’s U.S. debut one month after purchase.
                                                                                      ❖ Co-owner (with Mark and Jack Silverman) of Gilded Time — champion 2-year-
Residence: Los Angeles                                                                  old of 1992 and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner. Won all four starts for earnings
Silks: Red and white diamonds, white sleeves, red and white cap.                        of $855,980. Third in 1993 Breeders’ Cup Sprint after year-long layoff.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                     ❖ Claimed Awesome Daze for $50,000 in June 1997 and won the Cal Cup Classic.
Arlington-Washington Futurity (GII-AP) —Gilded Time (1992)                            ❖ First horse, Evening M’Lord, was also first stakes winner (first division of
Bing Crosby H. (GII-Dmr) — Disturbingthepeace (2002)                                    1984 Sierra Nevada at Santa Anita).
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Gilded Time (1992-GP)                                   ❖ Other stakes winners owned alone or in partnership include Fenny Rough,
Breeders’ Cup Mile (GI) — Val Royal (2001-Bel)                                          Marvin’s Policy, Morcon, Joe’s Tammie, Maria Jesse, Finder’s Fortune and
Buena Vista S. (GII-SA) — Tuzla (1999)                                                  Stalking Tiger.
Cal Cup Classic (SA) —Awesome Daze (1997)                                             Background
Del Mar Derby (GII-Dmr) — Val Royal (1999)                                            ❖ Born March 23, 1945, in Buffalo, N.Y. Wife: Rita Stern. Daughters: Elizabeth
Haggin S. (Hol) — Stalking Tiger (2003)                                                 and Olivia. Son: Benjamin. Rita is an Emmy Award-winning documentarian.
Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Above Perfection (2002)                                     ❖ Graduate of Yale University; earned his M.F.A. from the writer’s workshop
Oak Tree Mile (GII-OT) — Val Royal (2001)                                               at Iowa University. Co-authored several college textbooks on literature
Palomar H. (GIII-Dmr) —Tuzla (1998)                                                     during nine-year teaching career at Yale.
Pat O’Brien H. (GII-Dmr) — Disturbingthepeace (2002-03)                               ❖ Four-time Emmy Award winner. Producer and writer for television and
Royal Heroine S. (Hol) —Tuzla (1998-99)
  motion pictures. Writer/executive producer for award-winning television              Hollywood Juvenile Ch. (GII-Hol) — Altazarr (1992)
  series “Hill Street Blues.” Bought first horse with money earned from series.        Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Sardula (1993)
❖ Became writer, executive producer and co-creator of hit drama series, “NYPD Blue.”   Jamaica (GII-Bel) — Ruhlmann (1988)
  Won Emmys for Best Writing in a Drama for the 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons.           Jim Murray Memorial H. (Hol) — Kudos (2001)
❖ Said the Rick Schroeder character in “NYPD Blue” — Detective Danny                   Kentucky Derby (GI-CD) — Giacomo (2005)
  Sorenson — had many of the same characteristics of the journeyman jockey.            Kentucky Oaks (GI-CD) — Sardula (1994)
  “He’s a longshot kind of guy.”                                                       La Canada S. (GII-SA) — Tarlow (2005)
                                                                                       Lady’s Secret S. (GI-OT) — Zenyatta (2008)
                                                                                       Landaluce (Hol) — Delicate Vine (GIII-1986); Rhapsodic (GII-1993)
                  JEROME AND ANN                                                       Mervyn LeRoy (Hol) — Fighting Fit (GII-1983); Ruhlmann (GI-1989)
                                                                                       Milady H. (GII-Hol) — Zenyatta (2008)
                       MOSS                                                            Morgaise (SA) — Corona Lake (1998)
                                                                                       National Sprint Ch. (Hol) — Fighting Fit (1983)
Residence: Los Angeles                                                                 Native Diver (GIII-Hol) — Ruhlmann (1989)
2008: 125-26-22-16—$4,148,872*                                                         Oak Leaf (GI-SA) — Zoonaqua (1992)
* ranked sixth                                                                         Oaklawn Park H. (GII-OP) — Tiago (2008)
Silks: Green, pink hoop and bar on sleeves, green cap.                                 Oaklawn Handicap (GI-OP) — Kudos (2002)
                                                                                       Palomar (GII-Dmr) — Aberuschka (1986)
Major Stakes Wins                                                                      Princess (GII-Hol) — Sardula (1994)
All American H. (GIII-BM) — Palmeiro (2002)                                            Railbird (GII-Hol) — Brulay (1998)
Ancient Title H. (GII-OT) — Lexicon (1999)                                             Robert K. Kerlan Memorial H. (Hol) — Lexicon (1999)
Apple Blossom H. (GI-OP) — Zenyatta (2008)                                             San Antonio H. (GII-SA) — Spellbinder (2006)
Arlington-Washington Lassie (GI-AP) — Delicate Vine (1986)                             San Bernardino (GII-SA) — Ruhlmann (1989-90)
Ascot H. (GIII-BM) — Van Rouge (2002)                                                  San Diego H. (GII-Dmr) — Giacomo (2006)
Autumn Days (SA) — Dixie Pearl (1996)                                                  San Luis Rey H. (GII-SA) — Stanley Park (2005)
Bay Meadows Derby (GIII-BM) — Stanley Park (2003)                                      Santa Anita Derby (GI-SA) — Tiago (2007)
Bay Meadows Sprint H. (GIII-BM) — Lexicon (2000-01)                                    Santa Anita Handicap (GI-SA) — Ruhlmann (1990)
Berkeley H. (GIII-GG) — Spellbinder (2006)                                             Santa Margarita Inv. H. (GI-SA) — Tarlow (2005)
Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic (GI-OT) — Zenyatta (2008)                                 Sen. Ken Maddy H. (GIII-OT) — A La Reine (2001); Belleski (2003-04)
Brown Bess H. (GIII-GG) — Lindsay Jean (2003)                                          Sorority (GII-Mth) — Delicate Vine (1986)
California Jockey Club (GIII-BM) — Solva (1986)                                        Sorrento (GIII-Dmr) — Zoonaqua (1992)
Californian (GII-Hol) — Kudos (2003)                                                   Swaps Stakes (GII-Hol) — Tiago (2007)
CERF H. (Dmr) — Coco Belle (2008-Div. 2)                                               Vanity H. (GI-Hol) — Zenyatta (2008)
Clement L. Hirsch H. (GII-Dmr) — Zenyatta (2008)                                       Will Rogers (GIII-Hol) — Private Chef (2003)
Countess Fager (GIII-GG) — Zoonaqua (1994)                                             Wilshire (GII-Hol) — Galunpe (1987)
Dahlia (GIII-Hol) — Aberuschka (1986)
Del Mar Derby (GII-Dmr) — Madeo (2008)                                                 Highlights
Del Mar Debutante (GII-Dmr) — Sardula (1993)                                           ❖ Zenyatta won all seven races in 2008 as she remained perfect in nine career starts,
Desert Stormer (Hol) — Corona Lake (1998)                                                capping a sensational year with her patented powerful late run to win the Breeders’
El Encino S. (GII-SA) — Zenyatta (2008)                                                  Cup Ladies Classic by 1 1/2 lengths over Cocoa Beach at Santa Anita.
El Camino Real Derby (GIII-BM) — Ruhlmann (1988)                                       ❖ Zenyatta, a 4-year-old daughter of Street Cry, registered each of her 2008
Goodwood (GI-OT) — Tiago (2007)                                                          victories in graded company, winning four Grade I races and four Grade II
Hillsborough (GIII-BM) — Princess Kali (1996)                                            races. She was runner-up to Curlin in Horse of the Year voting.
❖ One of her most dramatic victories came in the Grade I Apple Blossom at Oaklawn        Swaps Stakes and the Goodwood before finishing fifth in on a sloppy track in
  Park in April as she was fifth — eight lengths back on the far turn. She unleashed     the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He banked $1.2 million.
  her late kick in the stretch and won going away by a margin of 4 1/2 lengths with    ❖ Kudos, originally a turf runner as a son of Kris S., won the Grade I Oaklawn
  Brownie Points and 2007 distaff champion Ginger Punch in her wake.                     Handicap in 2002, cruising to a 4 3/4-length win over Bowman’s Band under
❖ Tiago completed a graded stakes double for the outfit two races later when he          Eddie Delahoussaye. The Oaklawn win came in his fifth straight start on the
  prevailed by a head over Heatseeker in a tough stretch duel in the Oaklawn             main track after starting his career with 14 consecutive grass starts. He won
  Handicap. Tiago did not win again in 2008, but he was runner-up in The Californian     the Jim Murray Memorial Handicap here on turf in 2001.
  and Goodwood and finished the year with a creditable third in the Breeders’ Cup      ❖ Ruhlmann won seven graded stakes during his career including the 1990
  Classic and earnings of $1,094,000 to boost his career count to $2,234,270.            Santa Anita Handicap in wire-to-wire fashion at odds of 22-1.
❖ Zenyatta, whose other Grade I victories came in the Vanity Handicap at               Background
  Hollywood Park and the Lady’s Secret at Santa Anita, earned $2,090,580 in            ❖ The Mosses have owned horses since 1970; their first stakes runner was
  2008 to increase her lifetime bankroll to $2,144,580.                                  Fighting Fit in the early 1980s.
❖ Madeo also contributed as the stable earned a career-high $3.9 million in            ❖ Jerome “Jerry” Moss was born May 8, 1935, in New York. Wife, Ann, was born
  2008 with a win in the Del Mar Derby and a second in the Oak Tree Derby on             in Salt Lake City.
  the Breeders’ Cup undercard.                                                         ❖ Moss was co-founder with Herb Alpert of A & M Records, the world’s largest
❖ Won racing’s most prestigious race when 50-1 shot Giacomo rallied from 18th            independent record company when it was purchased by Polygram in 1990.
  to capture the 2005 Kentucky Derby. Discounted after finishing fourth in the           Among some of the A & M artists are Joe Cocker, Rita Coolidge, Burt
  Santa Anita Derby, Giacomo paid $102.60, the second-highest win price in               Bacharach, The Police and Janet Jackson.
  Derby history. With 71-1 shot Closing Argument second, the $2 exacta paid            ❖ Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Moss to the California Horse
  $9,814.80. Afleet Alex and Don’t Get Mad completed the top four as the $2              Racing Board in February of 2003.
  trifecta paid $133,134.80 and the $1 superfecta paid $864,253.50 — both              ❖ Ann Moss is an environmentalist who founded the Dolphin Connection.
  North American records.
❖ The Derby offered a $2-million purse for the first time and the winning check
  of $1,639,600 was the richest for Moss and his wife Ann. It was also the birthday
  present of a lifetime as the victory came on the eve of Jerry’s 70th birthday.                                   CECIL N.
❖ “It was the hit records that got me here, but this experience is as up there as
  you can get,” said Moss, who started A & M records in 1962. “This is a pretty                                    PEACOCK
  great thing that very few people get to experience. Whatever else we do for my
  birthday this year, this is plenty.”                                                 Residence: Calgary, Alberta
❖ Giacomo, a homebred son of Holy Bull out of the Stop The Music mare Set              Silks: Teal, mutli-colored peacock, multi-colored cuffs on sleeves, teal cap.
  Them Free, was named by Jerry Moss after the son of rock star Sting, who was         Major Stakes Wins
  named after the great Italian composer Giacomo Puccini. Giacomo, second to           Alberta Derby (StP) — Digital Dan (1999)
  juvenile champion Declan’s Moon in the 2004 Hollywood Futurity, became               B.C. Derby (Hst) — Bobbin For Stars (1997)
  the sixth graduate of the Grade I event to win the Derby, following Gato Del         Barretts Juvenile (Fpx) — Don’tsellmeshort (2003)
  Sol, Ferdinand, Alysheba, Thunder Gulch and Real Quiet. After finishing              Cal Br. Champion S. (SA) — Don’tsellmeshort (2003)
  third in the Preakness and seventh in the Belmont, X-rays revealed a bone            Generous S. (GIII-Hol) — Mr. Rod (2008)
  chip in his left ankle and he was finished for the year. He won the Grade II         Graduation S. (Dmr) — Don’tsellmeshort (2003)
  San Diego Handicap at Del Mar at four and finished the year with a fourth            Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Brother Derek (2005)
  in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, boosting his career earnings to $2,537,316 with        Norfolk S. (GII-OT) — Brother Derek (2005)
  three wins in 16 starts.                                                             San Rafael S. (GII-SA) — Brother Derek (2006)
❖ Multiple graded stakes winner Tiago led the way in 2007 as stable topped $1.8        Santa Anita Derby (GI-SA) — Brother Derek (2006)
  million in earnings. The brother of Giacomo won the Santa Anita Derby,               Santa Catalina S. (GII-SA) — Brother Derek (2006)
Highlights                                                                            Major Stakes Wins
❖ Mr. Rod, a $45,000 purchase at Barretts in March of 2008, won two straight          Alabama S. (GI-Sar) — Silverbulletday (1999)
  at Hollywood Park’s Autumn Meet, including a front-running victory in the           Alcibiades S. (GII-Kee) — Silverbulletday (1998)
  Generous Stakes as Canadian jockey Chantal Sutherland won her first                 Answer Do S. (Hol) — Gibson County (2001)
  Hollywood Park stakes and first Southern California graded stakes race.             Arcadia H. (GII-SA) — Commitisize (2000)
❖ Brother Derek stretched a winning streak to four races with a victory in the        Ashland S. (GI-Kee) — Silverbulletday (1999)
  Santa Anita Derby, becoming a favorite for the 2006 Kentucky Derby. He also         Audrey Skirball-Kenis S. (Hol) — Pussycat Doll (2005)
  won the San Rafael and Santa Catalina after finishing his 2-year-old campaign       Bing Crosby H. (GIII-Dmr) — Thirty Slews (1992)
  with a victory in the Hollywood Futurity. Brother Derek finished in a dead heat     Black-Eyed Susan S. (GII-Pim) — Silverbulletday (1999)
  for fourth in the Kentucky Derby after a wide trip. Fourth in the Preakness, he     Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (GI) — Silverbulletday (1998-CD)
  finished the year with a fifth in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, earning more than      Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Thirty Slews (1992-GP); Midnight Lute (2007-Mth;
  $1 million in 2006 while boosting his career total to $1,593,458.                       2008-OT)
❖ Brother Derek, a $275,000 purchase at the Barretts 2005 March sale, became          Cinema H. (GIII-Hol) —Commitisize (1998)
  Peacock’s first graded winner in the Hollywood Futurity. He won the Norfolk         Clark H. (GIII-CD) — Isitingood (1996)
  Stakes, finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Belmont Park, then         Count Fleet H. (GIII-OP) — High Stakes Player (1997)
  scored a resounding victory in the Futurity.                                        Davona Dale (GIII-FG) — Silverbulletday (1999)
❖ “He showed a good show of himself, running fourth (in the Breeders’ Cup),”          Debutante S. (GII-CD) — Silverbulletday (1998)
  trainer Dan Hendricks said after the Futurity win. “And it was a one-turn           Del Mar Futurity (GI-Dmr) — Icecoldbeeratreds (2002)
  race. Two-turn race, that race is totally different. I know I’m a two-turn horse,   Donn H. (GI-GP) — Captain Steve (2001)
  he proved it today. And like I said jokingly before the race, I probably have the   Dubai World Cup (NAS) — Captain Steve (2001)
  best two-turn, 2-year-old in the country.”                                          El Rincon (GII-SA) — Commitisize (1999)
❖ Campaigned Don’tsellmeshort, the 2003 California-bred juvenile male. He             Fairgrounds Oaks (GIII-FG) — Silverbulletday (1999)
  won three ungraded stakes and finished third in the Grade II Lazaro S.              Fayette S. (GII-Kee) — Isitingood (1996)
  Barrera at Hollywood Park.                                                          Gazelle H. (GI-Bel) — Silverbulletday (1999)
❖ Prior to Brother Derek, best horse was Liberty Road, a winner of $509,587 and       Golden Gate Derby (GIII-GG) — Danthebluegrassman (2002)
  multiple stakes at Hastings Park in Vancouver, B.C.                                 Golden Rod S. (GIII-CD) — Silverbulletday (1998)
Background                                                                            Harry Henson S. (Hol) — Letthebighossroll (1991)
❖ Born on April 9, 1927, in Calgary, Alberta. Resides in Calgary.                     Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Real Quiet (1997)
❖ Owner of Peacock Energy, Inc. Purchased his first oil well in 1971, the same        Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Real Quiet (1999)
  year he bought his first Thoroughbred.                                              Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — Commitisize (1997)
❖ Son-in-law, Lance Giesbrecht, is a longtime trainer in Western Canada.              Humana Distaff H. (GI-CD) — Pussycat Doll (2006)
                                                                                      Iowa Derby (PrM) — Captain Steve (2000)
                                                                                      Kentucky Cup Classic (GII-TP) — Captain Steve (2000)
                               MIKE                                                   Kentucky Derby (GI-CD) — Real Quiet (1998)
                                                                                      Kentucky Oaks (GI-CD) — Silverbulletday (1999)
                              PEGRAM                                                  La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Arches Of Gold (GIII-1992); Pussycat Doll (2005)
                                                                                      Landaluce S. (GII-Hol) — Hookedonthefeelin (1998)
Residence: Mt. Vernon, Wash.                                                          Lone Star Derby (GIII-LS) — Wanna Runner (2006)
                                                                                      Longacres Mile (GIII-EmD) — Isitingood (1996)
2008: 4-2-1—$1,102,400                                                                Melair S. (Hol) — Censored (1998)
(in partnership with Watson & Weitman Performances)                                   Monmouth Oaks (GII-Mth) — Silverbulletday (1999)
Silks: Red, red “MP” on yellow ball, yellow stripes on sleeves, red and yellow cap.   New Orleans H. (GIII-FG) — Isitingood (1997)

On Trust H. (Hol) — Argolid (1995)                                                      rallied six-wide on the turn for home en route to a comfortable 4 3/4-length
Palos Verdes H. (GIII-SA) — High Stakes Player (1997)                                   victory. He also won the Forego and finished second in the Cigar Mile while
Pimlico Special H. (GI-Pim) — Real Quiet (1999)                                         banking $1,368,000 in just six starts.
Preakness S. (GI-Pim) — Real Quiet (1998)                                           ❖   Bought privately in the spring of his 2-year-old year, Midnight Lute was
Princess S. (GII-Hol) — Favored One (1995)                                              hampered by throat problems that required surgery. He is named for
San Felipe S. (GII-SA) — Preachinatthebar (2004)                                        University of Arizona basketball coach Lute Olson. Fellow coach Jerry
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Pussycat Doll (2007)                                          Tarkanian gave him the nickname “Midnight Lute” when he was coaching
Santa Ynez S. (GIII-SA) — Queen Of Money (1997)                                         UNLV and he and Lute were after the same high school recruit. At the last
Smile Sprint H. (GII-Bel) — Woke Up Dreamin (2005)                                      minute, the kid committed to Arizona.
Sorrento S. (GII-Dmr) — Silverbulletday (1998)                                      ❖   Campaigned 3-year-old filly champion Silverbulletday in 1999, winning eight
Texas Mile (GIII-LS) — Preachinatthebar (2006)                                          graded stakes, including four Grade I events — the Alabama, Ashland,
The Forego (GI-Sar) — Midnight Lute (2007)                                              Gazelle and Kentucky Oaks. She won eight of 11 races for earnings of
Tokyo City H. (GIII-SA) — Preachinatthebar (2006)                                       $1,707,640 and was a unanimous selection for an Eclipse Award.
Triple Bend H. (GIII-Hol) — Letthebighossroll (1996)                                    Silverbulletday was retired following a win in the Doubledogdare Stakes at
True North H. (GII-Bel) — Woke Up Dreamin (2005)                                        Keeneland in April, 2000.
Windy Sands H. (Dmr) — Preachinatthebar (2006); Wanna Runner (2007)                 ❖   Won 1998 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Churchill Downs with
Winstar Derby (Sun) — Wanna Runner (2006)                                               Silverbulletday, a $155,000 purchase at 1997 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July
Highlights                                                                              yearling sale. The Silver Deputy filly won five stakes — Debutante, Sorrento,
❖ Won world’s richest race in 2001 as Captain Steve captured $6-million Dubai           Alcibiades, Juvenile Fillies and Golden Rod — earning $1,114,110.
  World Cup, vaulting to sixth on the all-time earnings list ($6,828,356). He was   ❖   Owned pair of champions in 1998 — Real Quiet (3-year-old) and Silverbulletday
  also victorious in Grade I Donn Handicap, but did not threaten while                  (2-year-old filly). Teamed with Baffert to win 16 stakes (doubled their 1997
  finishing out of the money in the Hollywood Gold Cup.                                 total), including first Kentucky Derby and Preakness and second Breeders’
❖ Real Quiet came within a nose of winning 1998 Triple Crown. Following wins            Cup Championship. Won 30 of 106 starts and earned $4,023,543 — sixth
  in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, he missed becoming the first Triple              nationally.
  Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978 when Victory Gallop charged to win the        ❖   Won a pair of Hollywood Park stakes the day he lost the 1998 Belmont — the
  Belmont Stakes by a nose.                                                             Cinema (Commitisize) and Melair (Censored).
❖ Real Quiet was nicknamed “The Fish” because that’s the way pinhookers J.B.        ❖   Real Quiet became eighth 1997 stakes winner for team of Pegram and Baffert
  and Kevin McKathan described him to Pegram when Bob Baffert bid only                  in capturing Grade I Hollywood Futurity.
  $17,000 at 1996 Keeneland September yearling sale. When looking at him            ❖   Isitingood, co-owned by Pegram and Terry Henn, bettered Dr. Fager’s one-
  from the front or back, one could see he was narrow like a fish. Inexpensive          mile world record by one-fifth of a second in The Bart at Santa Anita, Feb. 6,
  because he toed out in right front; underwent corrective surgery as a foal in         1997, covering the distance in 1:32 on turf. Atticus shaved one-fifth off that
  an attempt to straighten the leg.                                                     a month later when running one mile in 1:31 4/5. Isitingood later set a 1 1/8-
❖ Real Quiet followed sensational 3-year-old campaign by winning 1999 Pimlico           mile track record (1:48 2/5) at the Fair Grounds in the New Orleans Handicap
  Special and Hollywood Gold Cup.                                                       and won the inaugural Texas Mile.
❖ Midnight Lute returned from a two-month layoff to become the first horse to       ❖   Baffert’s first Thoroughbred purchased at auction was Thirty Slews, who was
  repeat in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with another dramatic late run in 2008 at          named for his $30,000 purchase price. Won 1992 Breeders’ Cup Sprint and
  Santa Anita. The victory by the son of Real Quiet capped a career in which he         was owned by Pegram, Dr. James Streelman, Denny Boer and Mitch Degroot.
  won six of 13 starts for earnings of $2.6 million.                                ❖   Pegram’s first homebred winner was Stop The Bleeding, co-owned with Bob
❖ Campaigned champion Midnight Lute with partners Karl Watson and Paul                  Roth, in 1993.
  Weitman. The son of Real Quiet clinched an Eclipse Award with a dramatic          ❖   Pegram and Roth’s Arches of Gold set a track record in 1992 of 1:13 4/5 for 6
  come-from-behind victory in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Sprint in the slop at              1/2 furlongs at Hollywood Park. In 1994, she set the 5 1/2-furlong track record
  Monmouth Park. Despite being steadied and being bumped at the break, he               of 1:01 3/5 at Bay Meadows.
Background                                                                            Oak Leaf (GI-OT) — Cash Included (2006)
❖ Born Feb. 16, 1952, in Fort Knox, Ky. Raised in Princeton, Ind. Wife: Mary Ellen.   Pinjara S. (OT) — Zillah The Hun (2000)
  Son: Tim. Daughter: Amy.                                                            Princess Rooney H. (GI-Crc) — Mistical Plan (2008)
❖ Recipient of 1998 Big Sport of Turfdom Award by the Turf Publicists of              Risen Star S. (GIII-FG) — Notional (2007)
  America.                                                                            Robert B. Lewis S. (GII-SA) — Great Hunter (2007)
❖ Often attended races as a young boy at Ellis Park, Ky.                              Robert K. Kerlan Memorial H. (Hol) — Swept Overboard (2001)
❖ First horses were quarter horses in partnership with his father in the late         Salvator Mile H. (GIII-Mth) — Notional (2008)
  1970s. Met Baffert through Hal Earnhardt Jr., an Arizona-based car dealer.          San Rafael S. (GIII-SA) — Notional (2007)
❖ Made switch to Thoroughbreds with Baffert in 1988.                                  Santa Barbara H. (GII-SA) — Sharp Lisa (2006)
❖ Known for naming horses in an unconventional manner.                                Santa Ynez S. (GII-SA) — Elloluv (2003)
❖ Owns half-interest in stallion In Excess, who stands at Vessels Stallion Farm       Sunshine Millions Oaks (SA) — Mistical Plan (2007)
  near Bonsall, Calif.                                                                Super Derby (GII-LaD) — Ten Most Wanted (2003)
❖ Also owns homes in Scottsdale, Ariz., Del Mar and Palm Springs.                     Travers S. (GI-Sar) — Ten Most Wanted (2003)
                                                                                      ❖ Won pair of Grade I stakes on the same day in 2008 as 6-1 shot Red Rocks
                              J. PAUL                                                   upset Curlin by a two-length margin in the Man O’War Stakes at Belmont
                                                                                        Park and 8-1 shot Mistical Plan posted a 5 3/4-length win in the Princess
                              REDDAM                                                    Rooney Handicap at Calder.
                                                                                      ❖ Also won the Grade I Donn Handicap with 2007 Godolphin Mile champ
Residence: Sunset Beach                                                                 Spring At Last and the Grade I Lane’s End Breeders’ Futurity with Square
2008: 150-25-17-26—$2,510,610                                                           Eddie in 2008.
Silks: White, purple hoop, white bar on purple sleeves, purple cap.                   ❖ Notional and Great Hunter each won stakes early in 3-year-old campaigns as
Major Stakes Wins                                                                       stable banked $2.1 million in 2007. Mistical Plan was a major contributor
                                                                                        with wins in the Fair Grounds Oaks and the Sunshine Millions Oaks.
Ancient Title H. (GI-OT) — Swept Overboard (2001); Pt’s Grey Eagle (2004)
                                                                                      ❖ For the second time, won a Breeders’ Cup race with a recent purchase as Irish-
Ashland S. (GI-Kee) — Elloluv (2003)
                                                                                        bred Red Rocks rallied to win the 2006 Turf at Churchill Downs by a half-
Breeders’ Cup Turf (GI-CD) — Red Rocks (2006)
                                                                                        length under jockey Frankie Dettori at odds of 10-1. The world-class jockey
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Wilko (2004-LS)
                                                                                        had provided Reddam with his biggest thrill in 2004 when 28-1 shot Wilko
California Juvenile S. (GIII-BM) — Zillah The Hun (2000)
                                                                                        won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile while making his first North American start
California Sire S. (Hol) — Winston Chi (2001)
                                                                                        at Lone Star Park.
Cover Gal S. (OT) — Mistical Plan (2006)
                                                                                      ❖ Secured another Grade I victory with an upsetter in 2004 when Pt’s Grey
CTBA (Dmr) — Treadmill (2007)
                                                                                        Eagle won Oak Tree’s Ancient Title Handicap at odds of 29-1. The 3-year-old
Donn H. (GI-GP) — Spring at Last (2008)
                                                                                        gelding’s only prior stakes appearance was a second in the Foothill Stakes at
Fair Grounds Oaks (GII-FG) — Mistical Plan (2007)
                                                                                        Fairplex Park.
Godolphin Mile (GI-NAS) — Spring at Last (2007)
                                                                                      ❖ Bought a majority 25 percent interest in Ten Most Wanted for a reported $1
Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Elloluv (2002)
                                                                                        million in April of 2003 after the colt’s impressive win in the Illinois Derby.
Hollywood Turf Express (GIII-Hol) — Swept Overboard (2001)
                                                                                        After finishing a disappointing ninth in the Kentucky Derby, Ten Most
Lane’s End Br. Futurity (GI-Kee) — Great Hunter (2006); Square Eddie (2008)
                                                                                        Wanted rebounded to run second to Empire Maker in the Belmont Stakes,
Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — Sharp Lisa (2005)
                                                                                        lost to During by a head in Hollywood Park’s Swaps Stakes, but proceeded to
Man O’War S. (GI-Bel) — Red Rocks (2008)
                                                                                        win the Travers and Super Derby. Ten Most Wanted earned over $1.5 million
Metropolitan H. (GI-Bel) — Swept Overboard (2002)
                                                                                        in 2003 before a ligament injury forced his retirement in May of 2004.
Native Diver H. (GIII-Hol) — Momentum (2001)
                                                                                      ❖ Swept Overboard, delayed twice when his plane was grounded by mechanical
    problems, made it to New York on the third try and had clear sailing en route
    to victory under Jorge Chavez in the prestigious Metropolitan Handicap on
    Memorial Day, 2002. Running beyond 6 1/2 furlongs for the first time, he
                                                                                                   STD RACING STABLE
    eased the disappointment of a fourth-place finish a year earlier in the
    Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Belmont Park.
                                                                                                     & JASON WOOD
❖   Purchased for $700,000 at the 2000 dispersal of the late Marshall Naify’s 505   Silks: Black, fuschia diamond hoop, fuschia diamond on sleeves, fuschia and
    Farms, Swept Overboard earned a trip to the 2001 Breeders’ Cup following            black cap.
    victories in the Robert Kerlan Memorial Handicap at Hollywood Park and the      Major Stakes Wins
    Ancient Title at Oak Tree. He finished fourth, beaten less than a length, the   Californian (GII-Hol) — Lava Man (2005)
    first time in 14 career starts he was not on the board.                         Charles Whittingham Memorial H. (GI-Hol) — Lava Man (2006)
❖   Swept Overboard bounced back to win the Hollywood Turf Express by a nose        Derby Trial (Fpx) — Lava Man (2004)
    over Speak In Passing. He finished the year with three wins in eight starts     Goodwood H. (GII-OT) — Lava Man (2006)
    for earnings of $439,140.                                                       Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Lava Man (2005, 2006, 2007)
❖   Elloluv paid a record $63.60 in upsetting Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies        Pacific Classic (GI-Dmr) — Lava Man (2006)
    runner-up Composure (1-5 favorite) in the 2002 edition of the $356,500          Pomona Derby (Fpx) — Dover Dere (2005)
    Hollywood Starlet. She returned in 2003 to take Keeneland’s Ashland Stakes      Santa Anita H. (GI-SA) — Lava Man (2006-07)
    and Santa Anita’s Santa Ynez. Elloluv ran second to Adoration in the 2003       Santa Ysabel S. (GIII-SA) — Itty Bitty Pretty (2006)
    Breeders’ Cup Distaff.                                                          Sunshine Millions Turf S. — Lava Man (2007-SA)
❖   Momentum beat older horses in the 2001 Native Diver Handicap while              Sunshine Millions Classic — Lava Man (2006-SA)
    making his second North American start and finished second — beaten a nose      TVG Khaled S. (Hol) — Lava Man (2006)
    — to Sky Jack a year later in a thrilling edition of the Hollywood Gold Cup.
Background                                                                          ❖ Lava Man matched legendary Native Diver with his third consecutive
❖ Born July 28, 1955, in Windsor, Ontario. Wife: Zillah. Stepdaughter: Chanel.        Hollywood Gold Cup victory in 2007, prevailing by a nose for the second
  Resides in Sunset Beach, Calif. Called by his middle name since his youth to        straight year, this time over A.P. Xcellent. Lava Man also became a repeat
  differentiate from his father, also John Paul.                                      winner of the Santa Anita Handicap after sweeping California’s three major
❖ Earned bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Windsor,              races for older horses a year earlier.
  master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto and PhD in           ❖ Lava Man was retired in 2008 after finishing sixth in the Eddie Read Handicap at
  philosophy at USC. Taught philosophy at Cal State Los Angeles.                      Del Mar with a record of 46-17-8-5 for earnings of $5,268,706. He finished third in
❖ Got into mortgage business to supplement income, founding in             the 2008 Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap and was only beaten a neck in
  1995 to offer mortgage loans. Sold in 1999 to General Motors.                       a game stretch duel with Artiste Royal and Monzante. That race took its toll and he
❖ Founding president of CashCall, a consumer lender that makes unsecured              was not ready for a fourth straight Gold Cup appearance.
  loans. CashCall is the sponsor of Hollywood Park’s CashCall Futurity.             ❖ Lava Man had joined Native Diver as the only multiple winner of the Gold
❖ Became interested in horse racing through a high school friend who worked           Cup in 2006. He put together a seven-race win streak that included victories
  as a groom at Windsor Raceway. Played horses at Los Alamitos while                  in the Big ’Cap and Del Mar’s Pacific Classic as he became the richest horse
  teaching. Bought first horse, Ocean Warrior, in 1988. He never won.                 ($3,804,706) following a claim ($50,000 in August of 2004 at Del Mar). By the
                                                                                      time he was turned out in late 2007, he had amassed earnings of $5,214,706.
                                                                                    ❖ Lava Man won three races at the 2006 Spring/Summer Meet, and became a
                                                                                      throwback of sorts, winning major races on dirt and turf. He won two million-
                                                                                      dollar races to begin the year, then shifted to turf to win Hollywood Park’s
                                                                                      TVG Khaled Stakes in course record time of 1:44.26 for 1 1/8 miles and the
                                                                                      Grade I Whittingham Handicap.
                                                                                    ❖ Lava Man, Horse of the Meet and California’s Horse of the Year for the second
  straight time in 2006, suffered his lone setback when he finished seventh in          Goodwood H. (GII-OT) — Budroyale (1999)
  the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs.                                         Longacres Mile (GIII-EmD) — Budroyale (1999)
❖ Lava Man, claimed by the outfit at the behest of Steve Kenly for $50,000 11           Mervyn LeRoy (GII-Hol) — Budroyale (1999)
  months prior to his first Gold Cup win, also won the 2005 Californian at              Palos Verdes H. (GI-SA) — Bluesthestandard (2004)
  Hollywood Park. Steve Kenly, son of Dave Kenly, recommended the claim                 Potrero Grande H. (GII-SA) — Bluesthestandard (2003)
  because Lava Man had shown an ability to route and he was also versatile,             San Antonio H. (GII-SA) — Budroyale (2000)
  running on dirt and turf.                                                             Super Diamond (Hol) — Budroyale (1998-99)
❖ Lava Man, outfitted with blinkers before the 2005 Californian by trainer Doug         Texas Mile (GIII-LS) — Bluesthestandard (2003)
  O’Neill, became the 13th Cal-bred to win the Gold Cup and the ninth Californian       Tiznow S. (Hol) — Stella Mark (2008)
  winner to capture the Gold Cup (the most recent was Cutlass Reality in 1988).         Highlights
Background                                                                              ❖ Stella Mark, a $50,000 claim in January of 2008, won three of his next four
❖ STD Racing consists of Steve, Tracy and Dave Kenly of Phoenix, Ariz. Dave               starts, including the $150,000 Tiznow at Hollywood Park when connecting at
  is Tracy’s husband and Steve’s father. They are involved in farming (roses)             odds of 12-1.
  and real estate in the Phoenix area.                                                  ❖ Claimed Budroyale for $50,000 in February, 1998, and went on to realize a
❖ Dave Kenly, born Dec. 11, 1932, has been involved in racing for more than 30            dream by winning the 1999 Longacres Mile. Budroyale was a nominee for an
  years; Steve, born March 10, 1963, has been involved for more than 20 years.            Eclipse Award in 1999, and although he did not win, he finished the year with
❖ Jason Wood was born April 7, 1966, in Great Falls, Montana. He resides in Rancho        three graded stakes wins and more than $1.7 million in earnings.
  Santa Margarita. Wife: Candace. Daughters: Montana, Kendall, Regan.                   ❖ Budroyale won the Grade II Mervyn LeRoy, Grade II Goodwood and Grade III
❖ Wood campaigned multiple stakes winner Sweeter Still with David Lanzman                 Longacres Mile in 1999. He also defended his crown in Hollywood’s Super Diamond.
  in 2008. Her wins included Hollywood’s Grade III Senorita,                            ❖ Claimed Bluesthestandard for $50,000 on the last day of 2002. As a 6-year-
❖ Wood is in the mortgage business. His family moved to Porterville, Calif.,              old gelding in 2003, Bluesthestandard earned $631,975 while finishing
  when he was three, but he visited his grandparents each summer in Montana               second in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint and winning Santa Anita’s Potrero
  when he was 10-12 and his grandmother took him to racing at the fair meets.             Grande Handicap and the Texas Mile at Lone Star Park. He added Santa
  ‘’She would let us pick a horse and she would bet,’’ he said. “As a kid it was          Anita’s Palos Verdes Handicap in 2004
  a win-win situation. If the horse won, she gave us the money. If the horse lost,      ❖ Budroyale, a half-brother to 2000 Horse of the Year Tiznow, had two huge
  there were no repercussions.’’                                                          moments in defeat in 1999, finishing second to Cat Thief in the Breeders’ Cup
❖ Attended races at Del Mar while going to San Diego State University and later           Classic and second to Real Quiet in the Hollywood Gold Cup.
  at Santa Anita. Met horse owner David Lanzman through business and was                Background
  invited to be a partner in a horse in 1998. First two horses — Harbor Control            ❖ Born Aug. 18, 1969, in Vancouver, B. C. Wife: Naseem. Son: Kevin. Daughter:
  and Gold Fame — made money. “That was the beginning of the end,’’ Wood said.               Anita. Kevin, a huge Budroyale fan, was nicknamed “Bud.” Anita is named
                                                                                             after Santa Anita. “The kids are fanatics about watching Bud’s replays on TV.
                             JEFFREY                                                         They’re incredible fans, so excited, so happy about the game.”
                                                                                           ❖ Owns Northstar Lumber.
                                                                                           ❖ Introduced to racing by his late father. Says turning point in his life came in
                             SENGARA                                                         1981. Then 12, he watched his father’s horse, Mr. Prime Minister, finish fifth
                                                                                             in Longacres Mile. He was so emotionally drained, he fell asleep in his hotel
Residences: Vancouver, B.C.; Sierra Madre                                                    room after bolting the door. He did not respond to his parents’ knocking on the
Silks: Hot pink, purple star on back, purple cuffs on sleeves, purple star on pink cap.      door, and he didn’t even wake up when the fire department knocked the door
Major Stakes Wins                                                                            down, or when he was moved to a different room.
Cal Cup Classic (OT) — Budroyale (1998)                                                    ❖ Tough financial period forced family out of game in the 1980s. Sengara found
Cal Cup Mile H. (OT) — Turkish Prize (2002)                                                  it difficult to watch from the sidelines and dreamed of getting back into racing.
Cal Cup Starter (OT) — Slews Royal Son (1998)                                                The dreams intensified his passion for the sport.
                                                                                       followed with graded victories in the Las Flores Handicap and the Count Fleet
     SOUTHERN EQUINE STABLE                                                            Sprint Handicap at Oaklawn Park as a 4-year-old.
         (Michael Moreno)                                                          ❖ Born July 25, 1968. Wife: Tiffany. Daughter: Gabrielle (Elle).
                                                                                   ❖ Holds a MBA from University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Owns and runs
Residence: Houston, Texas                                                            Dynamic Industries, an oil and gas business based in Houston that builds
Major Stakes Wins                                                                    industry infrastructure, such as offshore drilling platforms, refineries, etc.
America’s First Ladies S. (OP) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                          ❖ Became an owner when a business debt was settled with the delivery of three 2-year-
Azalea S. (GIII-Crc) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                                      olds purchased at a sale in Ocala, Fla. All three — trained by Eric Guillot, whom he
Best Pal S. (GII-Dmr) — Salute the Sarge (2007)                                      met through a mutual friend at a housewarming party — won. His fourth horse
Black Gold H. (FG) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                                        was Show Me the Stage.
Calder Turf Sprint H. (Crc) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                             ❖ Owned Show Me the Stage with Guillot and Brian Cain. “I got hooked right
Count Fleet Sprint H. (GIII-OP) — Show Me the Stage (2000)                           away having a classy filly like her,” he said
Delta Miss S. (LaD) — Show Me the Stage (1998)                                     ❖ Moreno has significantly upgraded operation in recent years with the help of
Dr. A. B. Leggio Memorial H. (FG) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                         Guillot and former trainer Nick Hines, who became racing manager for
Excalibur S. (LaD) — Britt’s Jules (2004)                                            Southern Equine in the fall of 2007. Salute the Sarge is named for Hines.
Hollywood Juvenile Championship S. (GIII-Hol) — Salute the Sarge (2007)            ❖ At the 2007 Keeneland November sale, Moreno purchased a $1.7 million
Inaugural H. (EvD) — Mystic Night (2001)                                             weanling by Pulpit, out of Madcap Escapade, as well as the outstanding race
Lafayette S. (EvD) — Show Me the Stage (1998)                                        mare Spoken Fur for $1.6 million. At the 2008 Keeneland January sale, he
Lakeway S. (Ret) — Hello Lucky (2005)                                                paid $2.7 million for the broodmare Irish Cherry, in foal to Ghostzapper. She
Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Show Me the Stage (2000); Hello Lucky (2007)               has produced graded stakes winners Spun Sugar and Daaher. Co-owns
Majorette H. (LaD) — Show Me the Stage (2001)                                        Better Than Honour, the dam of back-to-back Belmont Stakes winners Jazil
Monrovia H. (GIII-SA) — Show Me the Stage (1999)                                     (2006) and Rags to Riches (2007). Has about 200 horses, including mares and
Rebel S. (LaD) — Show Me the Stage (1998)                                            young horses, about 25 of them in training.
San Miguel S. (SA) — Salute the Sarge (2008)                                       ❖ Owns 200-acre Southern Equine Stables, a breeding and training facility in
Sugar Bowl H. (FG) — Show Me the Stage (1998)                                        Lafayette, La., where they break all their young horses and keep Louisiana-
Triple Bend H. (GIII-Hol) — Slew the Surgeon (1992)                                  bred program mares.
❖ Campaigned 2-year-old standout Salute the Sarge in 2007 as the $300,000
  purchase registered three wins and two seconds in six starts, his lone
                                                                                                              HEINZ H.
  disappointing effort coming when he finished ninth on a sloppy track in the
  Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Monmouth Park.
❖ Salute the Sarge won his first three races, including the Hollywood Juvenile     Residence: Wrightwood
  Championship and the Best Pal at Del Mar. He was then second behind              Silks: Blue and green diagonal halves, blue sleeve, green sleeve, blue and green cap.
  Georgie Boy in the Del Mar Futurity and second behind Dixie Chatter in the
  Norfolk, earning the trip East. Purchased for $300,000 at the 2007 Barretts      Major Stakes Wins
  March 2-year-old select sale, he banked $286,540.                                Arbor Vitae (Hol) — Yolo Lady (1998)
❖ Also campaigned second Las Flores Handicap winner Hello Lucky in 2007.           Best Pal (GIII-Dmr) — Swiss Yodeler (1996)
❖ Won 14 races and $689,053 with Show Me the Stage. Thirteen of her victories      Haggin (Hol) — Swiss Yodeler (1996); Oberwald (2002)
  came in stakes races — four in graded events. She began her career in            Hollywood Futurity (GI-Hol) — Swiss Yodeler (1996)
  Louisiana and enjoyed her best campaign at age three, winning six of 12 starts   Hollywood Juvenile Ch. (GIII-Hol) — Swiss Yodeler (1996)
  including the Azalea at Calder and the Monrovia Handicap at Santa Anita. She     Magali Farms S. (Hol) — Tyrolean Empress (2006)
Norfolk (GII-OT) — Buck Trout (1998)                                                      Major Stakes Wins
Westchester (Hol) — Swiss Yodeler (1996)                                                  All American H. (GIII-BM) — Euchre (2001)
Willard L. Proctor (Hol) — Alpenfest (2003); Wild Uncle Kurt (2005)                       Alysheba (GIII-CD) — Giant Gizmo (2008)
Highlights                                                                                Apple Blossom H. (GI-OP) — Spun Sugar (2006)
❖ Greatest thrill in racing came with Swiss Yodeler’s victory in 1996 Hollywood           Barbara Fritchie (GII-Lrl) — Tap To Music (2000)
  Futurity, one of his five stakes wins on the year. Eastern Echo colt was a              Beaugay (GIII-Aqu) — Perfect Sting (2000)
  $60,000 purchase at 1995 Keeneland September yearling sale.                             Bel Air H. (GII-Hol) — Euchre (2000)
❖ Fittingly, Oberwald, won the 2002 Haggin Stakes on Father’s Day. His sire,              Belmont S. (GI-Bel) — Touch Gold (1997)
  Swiss Yodeler, won the same race in 1996. At the time of Oberwald’s win,                Beverly Hills H. (GII-Hol) — Citronnade (2007)
  Swiss Yodeler was the nation’s leading first-year stallion in earnings and              Black Helen H. (GII-Hia) — Perfect Sting (2001)
  winners (seven of 16 starters).                                                         Black-Eyed Susan (GII-Pim) — Spun Sugar (2005)
❖ Buck Trout became first maiden to win Norfolk Stakes. Waquoit colt was a                Boojum (GII-Bel) — Friendly Lover (1995)
  $220,000 purchase at 1997 Fasig-Tipton September yearling sale.                         Breeders’ Cup Classic (GI) — Awesome Again (1998-CD); Ghostzapper (2004-LS)
❖ First winner was Tessie E., by Terresto out of Joan Pool, in 1980.                      Breeders’ Cup Distaff (GI) — Ginger Punch (2007-Mth)
❖ First stakes horse was O’Happy Day, second in 1982 Hollywood Starlet and                Breeders’ Cup F & M Turf (GI) — Perfect Sting (2000-CD)
  third in 1983 Santa Susana.                                                             Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Macho Uno (2000-CD)
                                                                                          Californian (GII-Hol) — Milwaukee Brew (2002)
Background                                                                                Carleton F. Burke H. (GI-OT) —Alwuhush (1989)
❖ Born Oct. 22, 1931, in Kriens, Switzerland. Wife: Lora. Eleven children and             Carter H. (GI-Aqu) — Wild Rush (1998)
  29 grandchildren.                                                                       Coolmore Lexington S. (GII-Kee) — Touch Gold (1997)
❖ Captain of UCLA Ski Team, which was undefeated 1954-56. Participated in                 Cornhusker H. (GIII-PrM) — Euchre (2001)
  four-way competition (jumping, cross country, slalom and downhill).                     Dahlia H. (GII-Hol) — Citronnade (2007)
❖ Former owner of Holiday Hill (now Mountain High) ski area. Father was                   Diana H. (GII-Sar) — Perfect Sting (2000)
  founding owner.                                                                         Distaff H. (GII-Aqu) — Carson Hollow (2003)
❖ Honored in 1988 by the Sierra Ski Areas Association as the man who brought              El Encino S. (GII-SA) — Sugar Shake (2007)
  skiing to California.                                                                   Excelsior H. (GII-Aqu) — Canadian Factor (1984)
❖ Interests include golfing, skiing and walking along the beach at Morro Bay.             Fall Highweight H. (GIII-Aqu) — Thunder Touch (2004)
❖ Became interested in Thoroughbreds through Gene Cummins. He sold him                    First Flight (GII-Bel) — Ginger Punch (2007)
  his first Thoroughbred in 1978, a broodmare, Joan Pool by Mandate. He had               First Lady H. (GIII-GP) — Sugar Swirl (2008)
  been going to the farm to buy goat’s milk for a daughter.                               Flamingo S. (GIII-Hia) — Thunder Blitz (2001)
❖ Has horses in training with Mike Harrington, chosen for his success with                Frank J. DeFrancis M. (GI-Lrl) — I’m The Tiger (2005)
  young horses.                                                                           Gamely S. (GI-Hol) — Citronnade (2007)
                                                                                          Garden City H. (GI-Bel) — Perfect Sting (1999)
               STRONACH STABLES                                                           Gazelle H. (GI-Bel) — Tap To Music (1998)
                                                                                          General George H. (GII-Lrl) — Wrangler (2002)
                 (Frank Stronach)                                                         Go For Wand H. (GI-Sar) — Spun Sugar (2006); Ginger Punch (2007-08)
                                                                                          Gotham S. (GIII-Aqu) — Red Bullet (2000)
                                                                                          Gulfstream Park H. (GI-GP) — Mi Selecto (1990)
Residences: Switzerland, Canada, Austria, Florida, Colorado & Kentucky                    Haskell Invitational H. (GI-Mth) — Touch Gold (1997)
2008: 466-114-84-63—$6,677,124*                                                           Hawthorne Gold Cup H. (GI-Haw) — Awesome Again (1998)
* ranked second                                                                           Hollywood Derby (GI-Hol) — Explosive Red (1993)
Silks: Black, black “A” and red arrow on gold ball, two red hoops on sleeve, black cap.   Hurricane Bertie H. (GIII-GP) — Sugar Swirl (2008)

Illinois Derby (GII-Spt) — Wild Rush (1997)                                             Award as outstanding breeder and topped earnings list ($19 million). Stronach’s
Jim Dandy S. (GII-Sar) — Awesome Again (1997)                                           2000 Eclipse Award as outstanding breeder came in his name. The award as top
La Canada S. (GI-SA) — Glorious Song (1980)                                             owner was Stronach’s fourth. Finished second in the nation as stable earned $6.6
Lone Star Park H. (GIII-LS) — Giant Gizmo (2008)                                        million in 2008.
Louisville S. (GII-GP) — Ginger Punch (2008)                                        ❖   Ginger Punch led the way in 2008 with five wins in eight starts for earnings
Massachusetts H. (GII-Suf) — Macho Uno (2002)                                           of $1.1 million. She won three consecutive Grade I races — the Ogden Phipps,
Meadowlands Cup (GI-Med) — Mi Selecto (1990)                                            Go For Wand and Personal Ensign — and was retired with a record of 22-12-
Metropolitan H. (GI-Bel) — Wild Rush (1998); Ghostzapper (2005)                         6-2 and earnings of $3,065,603 following a sixth-place finish in the Breeders’
My Charmer H. (GIII-Crc) — Amorama (2006)                                               Cup Ladies Classic.
New York H. (GII-Bel) — Perfect Sting (2000)                                        ❖   Four Grade I winners represented Adena Springs in 2007, led by Ginger
Ogden Phipps H. (GI-Bel) — Ginger Punch (2008)                                          Punch, who clinched an Eclipse Award with a victory in the Breeders’ Cup
Ohio Derby (GII-Tdn) — Milwaukee Brew (2000)                                            Distaff. The stable was leading owner with earnings of more than $7 million.
Pan American H. (GIII-GP) — Mi Selecto (GI-1990); Silver Whistle (2006)             ❖   Spun Sugar — a daughter of Stronach’s 1998 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner
Pennsylvania Derby (GIII-Pha) — Macho Uno (2001)                                        Awesome Again — was the stable leader in 2006 with Grade I victories in the
Personal Ensign (GI-Sar) — Ginger Punch (2008)                                          Apple Blossom at Oaklawn Park and the Go For Wand at Saratoga.
Philip H. Iselin H. (GIII-Mth) — Ghostzapper (2004)                                 ❖   Ghostzapper won Eclipse Awards as Horse of the Year and champion older horse
Pimlico Special (GI-Pim) — Golden Missile (2000)                                        in 2004 following Breeders’ Cup Classic victory. Also a son of Awesome Again,
Preakness S. (GI-Pim) — Red Bullet (2000)                                               Ghostzapper won all four starts in 2004, concluded by his three-length triumph in
Prix Ganay (G1-Lch) — Saint Andrews (1989)                                              the Classic at Lone Star Park. He returned to win the Met Mile in 2005.
Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (GII-Kee) — Perfect Sting (1999); Collect The      ❖   Led North American owners for third straight year with $11.1 million in
     Cash (2000)                                                                        earnings in 2000, a feat which earned four Eclipse Awards. Breeders’ Cup
Queen’s Plate (Can. 1-WO) — Basqueian (1994); Awesome Again (1997)                      Filly and Mare Turf winner Perfect Sting was named champion Female Turf
Rampart H. (GII-GP) — Spring Waltz (2008)                                               Horse, while Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Macho Uno was voted champion
Razorback H. (GIII-OP) — Purim (2006)                                                   2-year-old. In addition, Stronach won Eclipse Awards as leading owner (third
Ruffian H. (GI-Bel) — Ginger Punch (2007)                                               straight year) and leading breeder. Stable accounted for five Grade I wins
San Gorgonio (GIII-SA) — Hero’s Love (GII-1994); Citronnade (2007)                      with five horses. Other big moments included wins by Red Bullet in Preakness,
Santa Anita H. (GI-SA) — Milwaukee Brew (2002-03)                                       Golden Missile in Pimlico Special and Collect The Cash in Queen Elizabeth
Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) —Glorious Song (1980)                                        II Challenge Cup.
Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Glorious Song (GII-1981); Sugar Shake (2007)               ❖   Milwaukee Brew won a second Santa Anita Handicap in 2003 as the stable
Saratoga H. (GII-Sar) — Awesome Again (1998)                                            ranked second nationally in earnings for a second consecutive year. Including
Shirley Jones H. (GII-GP) — Sugar Swirl (2008)                                          a Grade I victory by Ghostzapper in Belmont’s Vosburgh Stakes, 126 wins
Stephen Foster H. (GII-CD) — Wild Rush (GIII-1998); Golden Missile (2000)               resulted in earnings of over $7.2 million. Won 122 races for purse money
Sunshine Millions Distaff S. (GP) — Ginger Punch (2008)                                 exceeding $8.4 million in 2002 when Milwaukee Brew took his first Big ’Cap
Tom Fool H. (GII-Bel) — Ghostzapper (2004)                                              as well as Hollywood Park’s Californian.
Turnback the Alarm H. (GIII-Aqu) — Sugar Shake (2007)                               ❖   Awesome Again upset champions Skip Away and Silver Charm in $4.69-
Vosburgh S. (GI-Bel) — Ghost Zapper (2003)                                              million Breeders’ Cup Classic in 1998. Finished season undefeated in six
Whitney H. (GI-Sar) — Awesome Again (1998)                                              starts. Also won Whitney, Saratoga Breeders’ Cup and Hawthorne Gold Cup.
Withers (GIII-Aqu) — Harlem Rocker (2008)                                               Retired with nine wins from 12 starts and $4.3 million.
Woodward S. (GI-Bel) — Ghostzapper (2004)                                           ❖   Campaigned 1980 Eclipse Award winner (top older filly or mare) and
Highlights                                                                              Canadian Horse of the Year Glorious Song with Nelson Bunker Hunt.
❖ Won Eclipse Awards as outstanding breeder (Adena Springs) and top owner in        ❖   Canadian champions include Canadian Factor, Sintrillium, Cash Deposit
  2008. Also won both awards in 2000. Adena Springs earned fifth straight Eclipse       and Hero’s Love.
❖ Two-time winner of Queen’s Plate (Canada’s Kentucky Derby) with Basqueian       ❖ The California-bred was winless in five 2006 starts prior to the Breeders’ Cup,
  (1994) and Awesome Again (1997).                                                  but he finished a good second in the Ancient Title at Santa Anita before
❖ Four-time Sovereign Award-winning owner and/or breeder: 2000 (owner and           heading to Churchill Downs. Overlooked at 15-1, he cruised to a four-length
  breeder); 1997 (owner and breeder); 1993 (owner), and 1984 (breeder).             victory under jockey Corey Nakatani.
❖ Major victories overseas include 1989 Prix Ganay (Gr. 1) with Saint Andrews.    ❖ Royce Jaime bought Thor’s Echo privately early in his career and later sold
Background                                                                          an equal interest to Suarez. He was their first Breeders’ Cup starter.
❖ Born Sept. 6, 1932, in Austria. Wife: Frieda. Son: Andy. Daughter: Belinda.     ❖ Campaigned 2007 Providencia and La Habra winner Super Freaky in
❖ Founder and Chairman of the Board, Magna International Inc., a multi-             partnership with Alex Venneri.
  billion dollar global corporation which manufactures technology-advanced        ❖ Also campaigned stakes winners Sea to See, Estate Collection, Grand
  automotive systems used to build many of the world’s best-selling cars, vans,     Appointment and Dancin Olivia. Estate Collection became the first graded
  trucks and sport utility vehicles. Annual sales surpass $3 billion. Employs       winner he owned outright in the 2005 Kentucky Cup Sprint.
  more than 49,000 in 155 manufacturing operations and 30 product develop-        ❖ Campaigned Grade I winner Sharp Lisa with Mark Schlesinger and primary
  ment and engineering centers in 16 countries.                                     owner J. Paul Reddam.
❖ Stronach’s Magna Entertainment Inc. owns ten tracks: Santa Anita Park,          Background
  Golden Gate Fields, Gulfstream Park, Remington Park, Thistledown, Great         ❖ Born July 22, 1968, in Los Angeles. Wife: Michelle. Children: Justin, Kyle and
  Lakes Downs, Portland Meadows, Lone Star Park, Pimlico and Laurel Park.           twins Jack and Olivia.
  Entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2009,                               ❖ Graduated from San Francisco State, where he was a pitcher on the baseball
❖ Grew up on an Austrian farm. Moved to Canada in 1954.                             team for two years, with a degree in psychology. Also played baseball for Cal
❖ Washed dishes in Ontario before going to work in the tool and die business.       State Northridge and College of the Canyons. “I thought I was going to be
❖ Formed Multi Matic Investments Ltd. in 1957, which merged with Magna              drafted professionally, but when that didn’t happen I moved on with my life.”
  Electronics Corporation Ltd. in 1969.                                           ❖ Son of Cuban immigrants, he owns Nectar Pharmaceutical Inc. of Valencia,
                                                                                    a pharmaceutical wholesale company that distributes prescription drugs.
                                                                                    Started out in the commercial real estate business.
                              PABLO                                               ❖ Long-time racing fan. Became an owner in 2001 when a friend asked him and
                                                                                    another friend to go three ways in a $12,500 claimer named Running Thunder. “We
                             SUAREZ                                                 ran him back in five days, finished second, and he was claimed for $20,000.”

Residence: Valencia
Silks: Royal blue, red and yellow superman emblem, red cap                                        T N T STUD
Major Stakes Wins
Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Thor’s Echo (2006-CD)
                                                                                           (Goncalo Borges Torrealba)
Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash (GI-Lrl) — Thor’s Echo (2006)                    Silks: Red, royal blue bars on sleeves, royal blue cap.
Kentucky Cup Sprint (GIII-TuP) — Estate Collection (2005)
La Habra S. (SA) — Super Freaky (2007)
                                                                                  Major Stakes Wins
Provedencia S. (GIII-SA) — Super Freaky (2007)                                    Adoration H. (Dmr) — Neuilly (2006)
                                                                                  Alcibiades (GII-Kee) — Cara Rafaela (1995)
Highlights                                                                        American Inv. H. (GII-Hol) — Out of Control (2007)
❖ Thor’s Echo, second in the $2-million Dubai Golden Shaheen to Proud Tower       Appalachian S. (Kee) — Melhor Ainda (2005)
  Too in March of 2006, finished the year with victories in the $2-million        Atto Mile (Can. I-WO) — Leroidesanimaux (2005)
  Breeders’ Cup Sprint and the $300,000 Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash          Carleton F. Burke H. (GIII)-OT) — Cagney (2001)
  to earn an Eclipse Award as the nation’s outstanding sprinter.                  Flame Thrower S. (Hol) — Billy’s Echo (2005)

Flamingo Stakes (GIII-Hia) — First American (1999)                                    ❖ Won Grande Premio Cruzeiro de Sul (final leg of the Rio Triple Crown) with
Fourstardave H. (GII-Sar) — Leroidesanimaux (2005)                                      License to Run and the Grande Premio Marciano de Aguiar Moreira with Lots
Frank E. Kilroe Mile H. (GI-SA) — Leroidesanimaux (2005)                                of Hope in 2004.
Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Cara Rafaela (1995)                                      ❖ Other Group 1 winners in Brazil include Little Baby Bear, Istbestand,
Hopemont S. (Kee) — The Real Vaslav (1992)                                              Macbeth, Magic Lamp, Movie Star and Nonno Luigi.
Mervyn LeRoy H. (GII-Hol) — Molengao (2007)                                           ❖ Has campaigned several quality horses in France with Criquette Head-Maarek,
Miss Grillo S. (Bel) — Melhor Ainda (2004)                                              including group winner Linda Regina, who won the 2004 Prix Fille de l’Air.
Oak Tree Mile H. (GII-OT) — Out of Control (2007)                                     ❖ First win came with Minstrel Blue in 1989, his first horse. “He won his first
San Antonio H. (GII-SA) — Molengao (2007)                                               time out, that’s how it got started,” Torrealba said.
San Luis Obispo H. (GIII-SA) — License To Run (2005)                                  Background
Sands Point S. (GIII-Bel) — Melhor Ainda (2005)                                       ❖ Goncalo Borges Torrealba was born on Sept. 16, 1960, in Rio de Janeiro,
Santa Barbara H. (GII-SA) — Naughty Rafaela (2007)                                      Brazil. Resides in Rio de Janeiro. Wife: Regina. Daughter Rafaela. Sons:
UAE Derby (GI-NAS) — Lundy’s Liability (2004)                                           Goncalo and Gabriel.
Highlights                                                                            ❖ Obtained law degree from Rio de Janiero State University but has never
❖ Campaigned 2005 Male Turf champion Leroidesanimaux, the Brazilian-bred                practiced.
  who began an eight-race North American winning streak with five victories           ❖ Became CEO of shipping company Grupo Libra in 1987. Started by his
  in 2004. The son of Candy Stripes won the Frank E. Kilroe Mile at Santa Anita         grandfather, Wilfred Borges, Libra is primarily in the container and oil
  in March, the Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga in August and was a                   transportation business and owns and operates the largest container termi-
  7 1/2-length victor in the Atto Mile at Woodbine in September. His lone               nal in Brazil.
  setback came when he was beaten three-quarters of a length by Artie Schiller        ❖ Owns 3,000-acre farm in Bage region of Brazil, where he keeps 80 mares and
  in the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Belmont Park.                                            stands stallions Royal Academy, Our Emblem, First American, Dubai Dust
❖ Leroidesanimaux — “The King of the Animals” in French — drew the outside              and Know Heights.
  post and was discovered to have sore feet the morning of the Mile, preventing       ❖ Sold breeding rights in Leroidesanimaux to Audrey Haisfield’s Stonewall
  the removal of the bar shoes used for training. “It was the shoes and the outside     Farm Stallions in September, 2005.
  post that got him beat today,” trainer Bobby Frankel said. Nonetheless, he had      ❖ Gained international attention when buying the racing colors of Calumet
  done enough to edge Artie Schiller 119-116 in Eclipse Award voting.                   Farm the day the farm was auctioned in 1992.
❖ Also campaigned multiple stakes winner Melhoir Ainda in 2005. The daugh-
  ter of Pulpit won her first four starts before finishing second behind Japanese
  sensation Cesario in the $750,000 American Oaks.
❖ Malengao won the San Antonio Handicap and Mervyn LeRoy Handicap in
  2007. In between, the 6-year-old Brazilian-bred horse finished second, beaten
  less than one length by Lava Man in the Santa Anita Handicap. In his final
  start of 2007, he finished in a dead heat for fourth in the Hollywood Gold Cup,     Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco
  again chasing Lava Man.                                                             Silks: Royal blue, orange ball, blue cap.
❖ Cara Rafaela, named after Torrealba’s daughter, won the 1995 Hollywood
  Starlet after running second behind My Flag in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile           Major Stakes Wins
  Fillies at Belmont Park.                                                            2,000 Guineas (G1-Newmarket) — Entrepreneur (1997); King of Kings (1998)
❖ Campaigned Much Better, South American horse of the year in 1994 and 1995.          Amsterdam (GII-Sar) — Zavata (2003)
❖ Biggest thrill in racing came in a 1-2-3 sweep of the Brazilian Oaks by Lots        Arlington Million (GI-AP) — Marlin (1997)
  of Hope, Loucamania and La Risota. “All three were daughters of Candy               Ashland S. (GI-OP) — Well Chosen (1998)
  Stripes, a stallion that I leased,” Torrealba said. “The first and third-place      Astarita (GII-Bel) — Bella Bellucci (2001)
  finishers were both home-breds.”                                                    Bashford Manor (GIII-CD) — Circular Quay (2006)
Belmont S. (GI-Bel) — Thunder Gulch (1995); Rags to Riches (2007)              New Orleans H. (GII-FG) — Circular Quay (2008)
Ben Ali S. (GIII-Kee) — Duckhorn (2002)                                        Oak Leaf S. (GI-SA) — Tipically Irish (1995)
Blue Grass S. (GI-Kee) — Bandini (2005)                                        Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (G1-Longchamps) — Montjeu (1999)
Bold Ruler H. (GIII-Bel) — Left Bank (2002)                                    Remsen S. (GII-Aqu) — Thunder Gulch (1994)
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) — Johannesburg (2001-Bel)                          Richter Scale Sprint Ch. (GII-GP) — Lion Tamer (2004)
Breeders’ Cup Turf (GI) — High Chaparral (2002-AP; DH-2003-OT)                 River City H. (GIII-CD) — Bayeux (2006)
Breeders’ Futurity (GII-Kee) — Honour And Glory (1995)                         San Fernando S. (GII-SA) — Pass Rush (2003)
Cigar Mile H. (GI-Aqu) — Left Bank (2001); Lion Tamer (2004)                   San Juan Capistrano H. (GI-SA) — Marlin (1997)
Commonwealth S. (GII-Kee) — Smooth Jazz (2003); Lion Tamer (2004)              San Luis Rey H. (GII-SA) — Marlin (1997)
Delaware Oaks (GII-Del) — Adieu (2006)                                         San Rafael S. (GII-SA) — Honour And Glory (1996)
Dwyer S. (GII-Bel) — Victory Speech (1996)                                     Sanford (GII-Sar) — Chapel Royal (2003)
Epsom Derby (G1-Epsom Downs) — Galileo (2001); High Chaparral (2002)           Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Rags to Riches (2007)
Fall Highweight H. (GII-Aqu) — Yonaguska (2001)                                Saratoga Special S. (GII-Sar) — Zavata (2002)
Fayette (GIII-Kee) — Ball Four (2008)                                          Secretariat S. (GI-AP) — Marlin (1996)
Florida Derby (GI-GP) — Thunder Gulch (1995): Scat Daddy (2007)                Shadwell Keeneland Turf Mile S. (GI-Kee) — Landseer (2002)
Fountain of Youth S. (GII-GP) — Thunder Gulch (1995); Scat Daddy (2007)        Sham S. (GIII-SA) — Ravel (2007)
Frizette (GI-Bel) — Adieu (2005)                                               Skip Away H. (GIII-GP) — Bandini (2006)
Generous S. (GIII-Hol) — The Leopard (2007)                                    Spinaway (GI-Sar) — Adieu (2005)
Hanshin Cup (GIII-AP) — Corigil Cat (2008)                                     Spinaway S. (GI-Sar) — Circle of Life (1999)
Haskell Invitational H. (GI-Mth) — Lion Heart (2004)                           Strub S. (GI-SA) — Victory Speech (1997)
Hawthorne Gold Cup H. (GII-Haw) — Duckhorn (2001)                              Sunset H. (GII-Hol) — Marlin (1997)
Hollywood Derby (GI-Hol) — Marlin (1996)                                       Swaps S. (GII-Hol) — Thunder Gulch (1995), Victory Speech (1996)
Hollywood Futurity (G I-Hol) — Lion Heart (2003)                               Tom Fool H. (GII-Bel) — Left Bank (2002)
Hollywood Prevue S. (GIII-Hol) — Lion Heart (2003); Belgravia (2006)           Travers S. (GI-Sar) — Thunder Gulch (1995)
Hollywood Starlet (GI-Hol) — Love Lock (1997)                                  Victory Ride S. (GIII-Sar) — La Traviata (2007)
Hopeful S. (GI-Sar) — Yonaguska-DH (2000); Circular Quay (2006)                Vosburgh S. (GI-Bel) — Left Bank (2001)
Hutcheson S. (GII-GP) — Yonaguska (2001); Lion Tamer (2003)                    Whitney H. (GI-Sar) — Left Bank (2002)
Illinois Derby (GII-Spt) — Yarrow Brae (1998)                                  Highlights
Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1-The Curragh) — Desert King (1997)                      ❖ Campaigned champion 3-year-old filly Rags to Riches, who became the first
Irish Derby (G1-The Curragh) — Desert King (1997); Montjeu (1999); Galileo       filly to win the Belmont in102 years in 2007 as she beat eventual Horse of the
     (2001); High Chaparral (2002)                                               Year Curlin by a head in a thrilling stretch drive at Belmont Park. Rags to
Jerome H. (GII-Bel) — Doneraile Court (1999)                                     Riches, who trained at Hollywood Park during the winter, also won the
Kentucky Derby (GI-CD) — Thunder Gulch (1995)                                    Kentucky Oaks and Santa Anita Oaks for Tabor and partner Derrick Smith
Kentucky Oaks (GI-CD) — Rags to Riches (2007)                                    en route to a five-for-six record and earnings of $1.3 million. Her lone setback
King’s Bishop (GII-Sar) — Honour and Glory (1996)                                was a second in the Gazelle.
La Habra S. (GIII-SA) — Passion (2008)                                         ❖ High Chaparral (owned in partnership with Mrs. John Magnier) re-
Las Virgenes S. (GI-SA) — Rags to Riches (2007)                                  peated as turf champion in 2003 after gaining a second successive
Lazaro S. Barrera S. (GII-Hol) — Victory Speech (1996)                           Breeders’ Cup Turf triumph when dead-heating with Johar as fourth
Louisiana Derby (GII-FG) — Circular Quay (2007)                                  choice in the event. The defending champion had been sidelined with a
Man o’ War S. (GI-Bel) — Magistretti (2004)                                      shoulder injury for over nine months following his dazzling Turf win in
Matron (GI-Bel) — Marylebone (2003)                                              2002. He defended his championship after just three starts in 2003. A
Metropolitan H. (GI-Bel) — Honour And Glory (1996)

    winner of 10 of 13 career starts and $5,331,231, High Chaparral went to           ❖ Won Irish Champion Hurdle in 1993 with Royal Derbi at Leopardstown.
    stud at Coolmore Stud in 2004.                                                    ❖ Purchased Honour and Glory at 1995 Barretts March sale of 2-year-olds in-
❖   Lion Heart, purchased in partnership with Derrick Smith for $1.4 million            training for $410,000, through agent Demi O’Byrne. Set stakes record in 1996
    earlier in the year, registered dominant victories in both the 2003 Hollywood       Met Mile (1:32 4/5).
    Prevue Stakes and Hollywood Futurity before finishing second to Smarty            ❖ Purchased Victory Speech privately in spring of 1995 after breaking maiden
    Jones in the 2004 Kentucky Derby and winning the $1-million Haskell                 at Belmont. Won 1996 Swaps and 1997 Strub.
    Invitational Handicap.                                                            Background
❖   Campaigned 2006 Hopeful Stakes and Bashford Manor winner Circular                 ❖ Born Oct. 28, 1941, in East London, England. Family: Wife: Doreen. Son:
    Quay, runner-up to Street Sense as the 3-1 favorite in the Breeders’ Cup            Ashley (works for top-40 radio station in London).
    Juvenile at Churchill Downs. Also won Hollywood Prevue for a second time          ❖ Great Britain citizen resides in Monte Carlo.
    with Belgravia, but the son of Mr. Greeley suffered his first defeat while        ❖ Betting interests started with dog racing when he was a teenager.
    finishing fourth in the Hollywood Futurity.                                       ❖ Former owner and chairman of Prince Arthur betting shops in Great Britain.
❖   Runners were rewarded with two Eclipse Awards in 2002: Left Bank, champion          Sold 114 shops in September, 1995, to Coral, the country’s third-largest
    older horse, and High Chaparral, turf champion. The ill-fated Left Bank raced       operator of betting shops, for $50 million. Started business with two shops.
    just four times in 2002, but won three stakes including a front-running victory   ❖ Owned first race horses in England in early 1970s. Began racing horses in
    over Dubai World Cup winner Street Cry in Saratoga’s Whitney Handicap. He           U.S. in mid-1980s.
    lost his life to a bout of colic a few weeks after the Whitney.                   ❖ Partner Susan Magnier is the wife of prominent owner/breeder John
❖   Gained second Breeders’ Cup victory in as many years when Irish-based High          Magnier and the daughter of legendary Irish trainer Vincent O’Brien. John
    Chaparral captured 2002 Turf at Arlington Park. The 3-year-old son of               Magnier (the “i” is not pronounced) is the managing partner of Coolmore
    Sadler’s Wells became the first runner to win the Turf after completing the         Stud, the world’s largest stud operation based in Fethard, County Tipperary,
    Group 1 English/Irish Derby double. A third-place finish in France’s Prix de        Ireland.
    l’Arc de Triomphe, without benefit of a prep due to illness, was the only loss
    during a six-race season that generated earnings of $3,436,410.
❖   Campaigned 2-year-old sensation Johannesburg, who earned Eclipse Award
    by winning 2001 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in only North American start. The                               RALPH & AURY
    son of Hennessy (raced in partnership with Mrs. John Magnier) was six-for-
    six with a pair of Group 1 wins in Europe. He earned $1,003,786 in winning                                TODD
    his seven starts by a combined 19 1/3 lengths.                                    Residence: Santa Ynez
❖   Premier year racing in Europe in 1999 when horses won 11 top-level races.
    Most notable runner was Montjeu, who followed victories in the French and         Major Stakes Wins
    Irish Derbies with a victorious rally in France’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.      American H. (GII-Hol) — The Tin Man (2002, 2006)
❖   Won 1995 Kentucky Derby and Belmont with 3-year-old champion Thunder              Arlington Million (GI-AP) — The Tin Man (2006)
    Gulch. Purchased privately in November, 1994, from Kenneth Ellenberg and          Autumn Days H. (OT) — Dancing Liz (1976)
    Howard Rozin for a reported $500,000. Also won 1995 Swaps. Retired after          Bangles and Beads (Fpx) — Dancing Liz (1976-Pom); Mama Simba (1991, 1993)
    fracturing left front cannon bone in 1995 Jockey Club Gold Cup. Won nine of       Carousel H. (OP) — Mama Simba (1994)
    16 starts and $2,915,086.                                                         Chapman H. (LA) — Mama Simba (1991)
❖   Wagered $1,000 across the board on Thunder Gulch in Kentucky Derby to win         Clement L. Hirsch Turf Champ. (GI-OT) — The Tin Man (2002, 2006)
    $43,700. Also made sizable wager in England at rival betting shop William Hi.     Las Madrinas H. (Fpx) — Mama Simba (1991)
❖   Prince Arthur (named after his betting shops) won Group 1 Italian 2,000 Guineas   Malibu S. (GI-SA) — Oraibi (1988)
    in Rome one week before the 1995 Derby win — Tabor’s first classic win.           Pio Pico (Fpx) — Mama Simba (1992)
❖   Campaigned 1995 Group I Heinz 57 Phoenix Stakes and Group 1 National              San Luis Obispo H. (GII-SA) — The Tin Man (2003)
    Stakes winner Danehill Dancer.                                                    San Marcos S. (GII-SA) — The Tin Man (2006)
Shoemaker Mile (GI-Hol) — The Tin Man (2007)                                         break even,” he said. “I used to attend the sales at Hollywood Park. Each time
Highlights                                                                           I wondered what it would be like to be an owner. I never really thought I would
❖ The Tin Man, coming off an eighth-month layoff at age nine, won the                be doing what I’m doing now.”
  Shoemaker Mile at Hollywood Park on Memorial Day in 2007. He matched             ❖ Got involved as a member of a syndicate in the early 1970s. “A friend of mine
  legendary John Henry, Super Diamond and John’s Call as the only 9-year-            rounded up a group and bought about 20 horses from this guy he knew. They
  olds to win a Grade I race. The victory was his fifth straight.                    were pretty much lower claiming horses. We really didn’t know what we were
❖ The Tin Man, whose lone setback in 2006 was a second in the Dubai Duty             doing. We ended up selling the best horses and keeping the bad ones.”
  Free, won each of his four U.S. starts, all in graded stakes — the San Marcos,
  the American Handicap, the Arlington Million and the Clement L. Hirsch.
  Trainer Richard Mandella elected not to run the gelded son of Affirmed in the
  2006 Breeders’ Cup Turf, thus the long layoff leading to the 2007 Shoemaker.
❖ “Winning the Arlington Million was my biggest thrill in racing,” Todd said.
  “He won more money, a million, finishing second in a $5-million race in Dubai,   Residence: Bakersfield
  but this was his biggest win.”                                                   Silks: Hunter green, white v sash.
❖ The Tin Man finished second in his other three 2007 starts, including the
  Arlington Million and the American Handicap at Hollywood Park when he            Major Stakes Wins
  conceded ten pounds to the winner. He was retired in October of 2007 after       California Oaks (GG) — Soviet Problem (1993)
  undergoing an exploratory arthroscopic procedure on an ankle. He spooked         Gamely H (GII-Hol) — Lucie Manet & Star Ball (1978-both divisions)
  when coming out of anesthesia and suffered a fractured knee. He won 13 of        Laurel Dash (GIII-Lrl) — Soviet Problem (1994)
  31 starts for earnings of $3,663,780.                                            Oakland (GG) — Soviet Problem (1994)
❖ The Tin Man notched his first stakes win in Hollywood Park’s 2002 American       Santa Margarita (GI-SA) — Lucie Manet (1977)
  Handicap and also won the race four years later. He did the same in the          Valkyr (Hol) — Soviet Problem (1994-95)
  Clement L. Hirsch Turf Championship.                                             Yellow Ribbon (SA) — Star Ball (1977)
❖ Purchased Northern Dancer filly Dancing Liz in 1974. Dancing Liz won the         Yerba Buena (GIII-SA) — Star Ball (1977-78)
  1976 Bangles and Beads Stakes at Pomona in six-furlong track-record time         Highlights
  of 1:09 1/5 and captured the Autumn Days Handicap at Santa Anita the same        ❖ Campaigned Soviet Problem, California’s 1994 Horse of the Year, with John
  year. She became the Todd’s foundation broodmare, producing Oraibi and             Harris. Won 15 of 20 and $905,416. Also honored as champion older female,
  Lizzie Rolfe. Oraibi won the 1988 Malibu Stakes and the 1989 Sierra Madre          sprinter and turf horse — first time a horse won three divisions and Horse of
  Handicap and earned $383,100 in his career before he became a successful           the Year in a season. Second in 1994 Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Churchill
  stallion. Lizzie Rolfe failed to win a race but excelled as a broodmare,           Downs. Won a pair of match races: defeated Lazor at Golden Gate and
  producing Mama Simba and The Tin Man.                                              Mamselle Bebette at Del Mar.
❖ Mama Simba was a multiple stakes winner pf $505,775.                             ❖ First horse bred, raised and raced in his name was Gira Regira, a winner at
Background                                                                           first asking at Hollywood Park in 1968. Later won a stakes at Pomona.
❖ Ralph Todd was born in May, 1933, in Long Beach. Aury is a native of El          ❖ Has raced more than 12 homebred stakes winners including Dimaggio and
  Dorado, Ark. The Todds were married in 1956. They have a daughter, Stacey.         Fifty Six Ina Row.
  Son Steven is deceased                                                           ❖ Don and his late father, John, raced Argentine imports Lucie Manet and Star
❖ Ralph owns a wholesale plumbing supply company, a small industrial park            Ball (winner of the inaugural Yellow Ribbon). Lucie Manet and Star Ball won
  and operates an import/export business.                                            both divisions of the 1978 Gamely with trainer Jaime Villagomez.
❖ The Todds have had a 20-year-plus relationship with trainer Richard Mandella.    Background
❖ A lifelong fan, Ralph Todd began visiting Hollywood Park several times a         ❖ Born Jan. 5, 1939, in Glendale. Children: Michael, Tali and Alexis.
  month beginning in the early 1960s. “I’d go and bet $10 a day, hoping I would    ❖ Father, John, was a farmer involved in California’s post-World War II

    agricultural boom. An owner/breeder since December, 1941, he died on Jan.         Despite being steadied and being bumped at the break, he rallied six-wide on
    12, 2005, at the age of 96.                                                       the turn for home en route to a comfortable 4 3/4-length victory. The son of
❖   Appointed to California Horse Racing Board by Governor Pete Wilson on             Real Quiet also won the Forego and finished second in the Cigar Mile while
    May 13, 1991. Vice Chairman of the Board 1992-97. Concluded service in            banking $1,368,000 in just six starts for Watson and partners Paul Weitman
    early 1998.                                                                       and Mike Pegram.
❖   Earned bachelor of science degree in agricultural production from U Davis       ❖ Bought unraced Midnight Lute privately in the spring of his 2-year-old year.
    in 1965.                                                                          He was hampered by throat problems that required surgery. He is named for
❖   Became member of the CTBA board of directors in 1973. Vice president 1980-        University of Arizona basketball coach Lute Olson. Fellow coach Jerry
    86. President for three terms.                                                    Tarkanian gave him the nickname “Midnight Lute” when he was coaching
❖   Owns and operates Donald Valpredo Farms in Bakersfield. Consists of 4,000         UNLV and he and Lute were after the same high school recruit. At the last
    acres, producing a variety of fruits, vegetables and cotton.                      minute, the kid committed to Arizona.
                                                                                    ❖ Tough Tiz’s Sis won four of ten starts in 2007, including the Hollywood Oaks
                                                                                      and Lady’s Secret, banking $399,732. Credits bloodstock agent Bret
                              KARL                                                    Lindenbaum with finding the daughter of Tiznow following a maiden victory
                                                                                      at Hawthorne Park in December of 2006. “I took Bret to the (2006) Breeders’
                             WATSON                                                   Cup and told him to find us a Derby horse,” Watson said. “He didn’t, but he
                                                                                      came up with Tough Tiz’s Sis instead.”
Residence: Tucson, Ariz.                                                            ❖ Speedy Cal-bred Da Stoops won four stakes in 2006, including two worth
                                                                                      $250,000 — the Snow Chief at Hollywood Park and the Sunshine Millions
2008: 4-2-1—$1,102,400                                                                Dash at Santa Anita.
(in partnership with Weitman & Pegram)
Major Career Stakes Wins                                                            ❖ Born Sept. 6, 1950, in Kansas City, Mo. Wife: Kathy. Children: Karl A., Krista
Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Midnight Lute (2007-Mth; 2008-OT)                         and Joseph.
Cal Br. Championship (SA) — Da Stoops (2005)                                        ❖ Owner of Chevrolet and Infiniti dealerships in Tucson. Bought first dealer-
Cal Cup Sprint (OT) — Da Stoops (2006)                                                ship in 1981, selling Chevrolets and Mazdas in St. Joseph, Mo. Moved to
Forego (GI-Sar) — Midnight Lute (2007)                                                Tucson in 1984. Later added a couple of more dealerships in Albuquerque,
Gold Rush S. (GG) — Spensive (2002)                                                   N.M., which he sold.
Harry W. Henson H. (Sun) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)                                   ❖ Attended races with friend and owner Ron Huber while working in Omaha
Hawthorne H. (GIII-Hol) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)                                      from 1976-81. Bought first horse in partnership with Huber and raced him in
Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)                                     California with Jack Van Berg. Had horses with Van Berg and Barry Knight
Lady’s Secret (GI-OT) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)                                        before teaming with Weitman and sending horses to Bob Baffert.
Ruffian H. (GI-Bel) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)                                        ❖ Attended 12 to 14 Breeders’ Cups, but never had a starter prior to Midnight
Snow Chief (Hol) — Da Stoops (2006)                                                   Lute.
Sunshine Millions Dash — Da Stoops (2006-SA)
WinStar Oaks (Sun) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)
❖ Midnight Lute returned from a two-month layoff to become the first horse to
  repeat in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with another dramatic late run in 2008 at
  Santa Anita. The victory by the son of Real Quiet capped a career in which he
  won six of 13 starts for earnings of $2.6 million.
❖ Midnight Lute clinched an Eclipse Award with a dramatic come-from-behind
  victory in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Sprint in the slop at Monmouth Park.
                                                                                      and Lady’s Secret, banking $399,732.
                            PAUL                                                    ❖ Speedy Cal-bred Da Stoops won four stakes in 2006, including two worth
                                                                                      $250,000 — the Snow Chief at Hollywood Park and the Sunshine Millions
                           WEITMAN                                                    Dash at Santa Anita.
Residence: Tucson, Ariz.                                                            ❖ Born March 12, 1943, in Springfield, Ga. Wife: Betty. Sons: Neal and Craig.
2008: 4-2-1—$1,102,400                                                              ❖ Graduated from Valdosta State (Ga.) in 1964 with a B.A. in sociology and a
(in partnership with Watson & Pegram)                                                 minor in psychology. Taught high school and coached basketball for seven
                                                                                      years in Millersville, Ga., before he started selling cars. Bought a Buick
Major Career Stakes Wins                                                              dealership in Tucson in 1977 and has since added Lexus, Jaguar, Range
Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI) — Midnight Lute (2007-Mth; 2008-OT)                         Rover, Kia, Suzuki and Hummer dealerships.
Cal Br. Championship (SA) — Da Stoops (2005)                                        ❖ Met Bob Baffert through his brother, Bill Baffert, in 1989. He bought his first
Cal Cup Sprint (OT) — Da Stoops (2006)                                                horse in the early 1990s. Formed partnership with Karl Watson in 2000.
Forego (GI-Sar) — Midnight Lute (2007)
Gold Rush S. (GG) — Spensive (2002)
Harry W. Henson H. (Sun) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)
Hawthorne H. (GIII-Hol) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)                                        WEST POINT THOROUGHBREDS
Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)
Lady’s Secret (GI-OT) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)                                                  (Terry Finley)
Ruffian H. (GI-Bel) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2008)
Snow Chief (Hol) — Da Stoops (2006)                                                 Residence: Mt. Laurel, N.J.
Sunshine Millions Dash — Da Stoops (2006-SA)                                        2008: 170-35-27-22—$2,484,581
WinStar Oaks (Sun) — Tough Tiz’s Sis (2007)                                         Silks: Gold, black star, gold bar on black sleeves, gold star on black cap.
Highlights                                                                          Major Stakes Wins
❖ Midnight Lute returned from a two-month layoff to become the first horse to       Aqueduct H. (GIII-Aqu) — Seattle Fitz (2004)
  repeat in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with another dramatic late run in 2008 at      Brooklyn H. (GII-Bel) — Seattle Fitz (2004)
  Santa Anita. The victory by the son of Real Quiet capped a career in which he     Gazelle (GI-Bel) — Lear’s Princess (2007)
  won six of 13 starts for earnings of $2.6 million.                                Jim Dandy (GII-Sar) — Macho Again (2008)
❖ Midnight Lute clinched an Eclipse Award with a dramatic come-from-behind          Lone Star Derby (GIII-LS) — El Gato Malo (2008)
  victory in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Sprint in the slop at Monmouth Park.            Miss Liberty (Med) — Big City Bound (1995)
  Despite being steadied and being bumped at the break, he rallied six-wide on      Nassau (GII-Bel) — Dream Rush (2007)
  the turn for home en route to a comfortable 4 3/4-length victory. The son of      Old Hat (GIII-GP) — Dream Rush (2007)
  Real Quiet also won the Forego and finished second in the Cigar Mile while        Prioress (GI-Bel) — Dream Rush (2007)
  banking $1,368,000 in just six starts for Weitman and partners Karl Weitman       San Fernando (GII-SA) — Awesome Gem (2007)
  and Mike Pegram.                                                                  San Rafael S. (GIII-SA) — El Gato Malo (2008)
❖ Midnight Lute was purchased privately in the spring of his 2-year-old year.       Sir Beaufort (GIII-SA) — Awesome Gem (2006)
  He was hampered by throat problems that required surgery. He is named for         Spinaway (GI-Sar) — Irish Smoke (2007)
  University of Arizona basketball coach Lute Olson. Fellow coach Jerry             Stephen Foster H. (GI-CD) — Flashy Bull (2007)
  Tarkanian gave him the nickname “Midnight Lute” when he was coaching              Swale (GIII-GP) — Ehtan Man (2002)
  UNLV and he and Lute were after the same high school recruit. At the last         Test (GI-Sar) — Dream Rush (2007)
  minute, the kid committed to Arizona.                                             Tom Fool (GII-Bel) — High Finance (2007)
❖ Tough Tiz’s Sis won four of ten starts in 2007, including the Hollywood Oaks      Tweedside (Bel) — Lear’s Princess (2007)
West Long Branch (Mth) — Big City Bound (1996)                                            than $20 million. Currently manages the portfolios for nearly 400 investors
William Donald Schaefer H. (GIII-Pim) — Seattle Fitz (2004); Flashy Bull (2007)           and a stable of approximately 80 horses. Maintains offices in New Jersey,
Highlights                                                                                New York, Pennsylvania, California and Kentucky. Also utilizes annual
❖ Biggest win of 2008 came when Derby Trial winner Macho Again beat Pyro                  newsletters, e-mails and a comprehensive web site to keep investors directly
  in the Jim Dandy at Saratoga. Macho Again finished second behind Big                    involved in the progress and status of the stable’s runners.
  Brown in the Preakness and second behind My Pal Charlie in the Super Derby            ❖ Maintains permanent stables in New York, New Jersey, Kentucky, Florida,
  while earning $731,427.                                                                 Louisiana and California.
❖ Flashy Bull became the stable’s first Grade I winner in the 2007 Stephen              ❖ Finley established the Thoroughbred Thank You Fund that took 400 soldiers
  Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs. Since retired, he won five of 19 starts             to the Kentucky Derby in 2005. Each soldier received admission, box lunches,
  and $844,313.                                                                           drink coupons and $25 in betting vouchers.
❖ Also won a pair of Grade I stakes with Dream Rush in 2007 — the Prioress
  and Test. On the latter, Finley said, “It’s a neat race to win. There have been
  a lot of quality fillies who have won the race in the past and it always features                                JANIS R.
  racing’s best 3-year-old fillies. Anytime you win a Grade I the first weekend
  of the meet at Saratoga, you have to be happy.”                                                                  WHITHAM
❖ Dream Rush had four wins and two seconds in seven starts for earnings of
  $627,864. She finished finished fifth after setting the pace in the inaugural
                                                                                        Residence: Leoti, Kansas
  Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint on a sloppy track at Monmouth Park.                 Silks: Maroon, silver sash, silver bars on sleeves, maroon and silver cap
❖ Awesome Gem, raced in partnership with Patrice Arudel and Paul Blavin,                Major Stakes Wins
  only won two of nine starts in 2007, but earned $1,032,400 with a victory in          Aegon Turf Sprint S. (GIII-CD) — Fiscally Speaking (2003)
  the San Fernando, second-place finishes in the San Diego Handicap, Pacific            American H. (GII-Hol) — Tight Spot (1991)
  Classic and Goodwood, and a third in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He was                Apple Blossom H. (GI-OP) — Bayakoa (1989)
  beaten a half-length by Student Council and a nose by Tiago in the Goodwood,          Arlington Million (GI-AP) — Tight Spot (1991)
  but finished nine lengths back of Horse of the Year Curlin in the Breeders’           Bayakoa H. (GII-Hol) — Listening (1996)
  Cup Classic.                                                                          Bel Air H. (GII-Hol) — Cleante (1996)
❖ Seattle Fitz, whose wins included the Brooklyn and Aqueduct handicaps in              Breeders’ Cup Distaff (GI) — Bayakoa (1989-GP; 1990-Bel)
  2004, won six of 21 starts for earnings of $594,371.                                  Californian (GII-Hol) — Mud Route (1998)
❖ Ethan Man coasted to a three-length victory under Pat Day to give the stable          Carleton F. Burke H. (GII-SA) — Ultrasonida (1990)
  its first graded win in the 2002 Swale Stakes at Gulfstream Park.                     Chula Vista H. (GII-Dmr) — Bayakoa (1990)
❖ Multiple stakes winner Big City Bound netted West Point its first black-type          Col. F.W. Koester (GII-SA) — Ibero (1991)
  victory in the 1995 Miss Liberty at the Meadowlands.                                  Del Mar Derby (GII-Dmr) — Tight Spot (1990)
Background                                                                              Eddie Read H. (GI-Dmr) — Tight Spot (1991)
❖ Terry Finley is the founder and president of West Point Thoroughbreds. He             El Encino S. (GII-SA) — Affluent (2002)
  was born Jan. 3, 1964. Wife: Debbie. Son Ryan and daughter Erin.                      Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Mea Domina (2005)
❖ Began developing racing partnerships in 1991 by acquiring a $5,000 claimer            Harold C. Ramser Sr. H. (OT) — Mea Domina (2004)
  from Philadelphia Park named Sunbelt. That gelding debuted for West Point             Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Bayakoa (1989-90)
  Thoroughbreds two weeks later and won for a $6,500 claiming tag in the third          Hollywood Oaks (GII-Hol) — Listening (GI-1996); Affluent (2001)
  race at Philadelphia Park on Aug. 27, 1991.                                           Inglewood H. (GII-Hol) — Tight Spot (1991)
❖ West Point Thoroughbreds is a certified S corporation incorporated in the             John C. Mabee H. (GI-Dmr) — Affluent (2002)
  state of New Jersey in 1991. It organizes a limited liability company (LLC) for       La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Affluent (2001)
  each individual horse venture. Has syndicated more than 200 horses for more           La Jolla H. (GIII-Dmr) — Tight Spot (1990)
                                                                                        Las Palmas H. (GII-OT) — Mea Domina (2005)
Linda Vista (GIII-SA) — Listening (1996)                                             Indiana and Iowa.
Metropolitan H. (GI-Bel) — Ibero (1993)                                            ❖ Sons: Jeffrey (attorney and banker), Stewart (banker with cattle feed and land
Milady H. (GI-Hol) — Bayakoa (1989-90); Listening (1997)                             management interests), Barth (petroleum engineer), Clay (family finance
Monrovia H. (GIII-SA) — Madame Pandit (1998)                                         business). Daughter: Jennifer Jensik (controller for a company in Wichita).
NYRA Mile (GI-Aqu) — Ibero (1992)                                                  ❖ Manages a pedigreed cattle operation.
Palomar H. (GII-Dmr) — Mea Domina (2006)                                           ❖ With her late husband, Frank, involvement with Thoroughbreds evolved
Princess S. (GII-Hol) — Listening (1996)                                             from quarter horse ownership in 1960s.
Queen Elizabeth Challenge Cup (GI-Kee) — Affluent (2001)                           ❖ Frank was killed at age 62 on Dec. 15, 1993, in a crash of his private plane
Ruffian S. (GI-Bel) — Bayakoa (1989)                                                 while traveling on business from Colorado to Montana in bad weather. Also
San Antonio H. (GII-SA) — Ibero (1992)                                               on board were his longtime pilot and a co-pilot. Had been with trainer Ron
San Diego H. (GIII-Dmr) — Mud Route (1998)                                           McAnally the previous week in Argentina, where his Cleante won the Grade
San Francisco Mile H. (GIII-GG) — Tight Spot (1992)                                  I Gran Premio Internacional Joaquin S. de Anchorena. Was named Horse of
Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) — Bayakoa (1989-90); Toda Una Dama (1998)                 the Year in Argentina.
Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Bayakoa (1990)                                            ❖ A native of Scott City, Kansas, Frank was a prominent cattleman. Also owned
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Affluent (2003)                                            Whitham Farms and Feedyard Inc., Whit-Crop Inc., and a John Deere
Spinster S. (GI-Kee) — Bayakoa (1989-90)                                             dealership in Goodland, Kansas.
Vanity H. (GI-Hol) — Bayakoa (1989)
❖ A homebred granddaughter of Hall of Fame mare Bayakoa, who lost her life                                 WARREN B.
  in 1997, Affluent began to rekindle memories of her famous kin when winning
  the 2001 Hollywood Oaks. Before the year was over, the Affirmed filly                                   WILLIAMSON
  proceeded to add a pair of Grade I triumphs: Keeneland’s Queen Elizabeth
  Challenge Cup and Santa Anita’s La Brea Stakes. Her dam, Trinity Place, is
                                                                                   Residence: Pasadena
                                                                                   Silks: Orange, yellow w-hoops, yellow sleeves, yellow and orange cap.
  an unraced daughter of Strawberry Road and Bayakoa.
❖ Affluent, unfortunate to confront eventual Horse of the Year Azeri in 2002,      Major Stakes Wins
  was switched back to the turf course following three seconds to the champ        Bayakoa H. (GII-Hol) — Foxysox (2006)
  and won the Grade I John C. Mabee Handicap at Del Mar. Earlier in the            China Doll (SA) — Foxysox (2006)
  year, she won the El Encino on grass at Santa Anita Park. After winning the      Clement L. Hirsch Memorial H. (GII-Dmr) — Nashoba’s Key (2007)
  2003 Santa Monica Handicap, Affluent was retired at the age of five with         Fran’s Valentine (Hol) — Nashoba’s Key (2007)
  earnings of $1,497,651.                                                          Honest Lady (SA) — Tiz Elemental (2008)
❖ Campaigned Argentine-bred Bayakoa with late-husband, Frank. Won back-            Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Tiz Elemental (2008)
  to-back Eclipse Awards as champion older filly or mare in 1989-90. Two-time      Melair (Hol) — Tiz Elemental (2007)
  Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner won 21 races and earned $2,817,524.                 Milady H. (GII-Hol) — Nashoba’s Key (2007)
❖ Campaigned 1991 grass champion Tight Spot ($1,566,100) with Frank                Providencia (GIII-SA) — Foxysox (2006)
  Anderson, Rick Corradini and VHW Stables; Met Mile winner Ibero                  Reloy H. (SA) — Blending Element (1998)
  ($1,277,675) with Dr. Ignacio Pavlovsky.                                         Santa Barbara H. (GII-SA) — Foxysox (2008)
❖ Back-to-back graded stakes wins at Hollypark in July, 1996, with Listening       Santa Margarita Inv. H. (GI-SA) — Nashoba’s Key (2008)
  (Oaks) and Cleante (Bel Air).                                                    Senorita S. (GIII-Hol) — Foxysox (2006)
Background                                                                         The Very One H. (SA) — Blending Element (1999)
                                                                                   Valentine Dancer H. (SA) — Tiza Blend (2008)
❖ Born Jan. 5, 1932, in Scott City, Kansas. Resides in Leoti, a town of 1,300.
                                                                                   Vanity H. (GI-Hol) — Nashoba’s Key (2007)
  Fourth-generation descendant of pioneer families that moved to Kansas from
                                                                                   Yellow Ribbon (GI-SA) — Nashoba’s Key (2007)
Yerba Buena H. (GIII-GG) — Blending Element (1999)                                       of Claremont McKenna College.
Highlights                                                                             ❖ Member of Oak Tree Racing Association board. Served for more than ten
❖ Homebred Nashoba’s Key established herself as one of nation’s premier                  years on the board of Hollywood Park as vice president, secretary and
  females in 2007 — both on the main track and turf — as she won her first               chairman of the board. Was also CEO of Hollywood Park Realty
  seven starts before suffering her only defeat when she was fourth on a soft turf     ❖ His family owned a 4,200-acre ranch near Ramona and horses have been a
  course in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Monmouth Park.                        part of his life since childhood. Growing up in Pasadena, he went to the races
❖ The daughter of Silver Hawk won the $150,000 Fran’s Valentine in her third             with his parents occasionally. First became involved in the late 1960s as an
  start (all on turf) on Cal National Gold Rush Day at Hollywood Park, giving            owner with the late Michael Morphy’s Impossible Stables.
  Williamson a double on the program as homebred Tiz Elemental won the                 ❖ In the early 1970s, he bought a runner named Hunting Moon in partnership
  $150,000 Melair Stakes. Nashoba’s Key then won the Grade II Milady and the             with a good friend, the late Cliff Rucker. The partners paid $3,500 for Hunting
  Grade I Vanity Invitational Handicap on Cushion Track. Shipped south, she              Moon, who broke his maiden at Del Mar and won claiming and allowance
  captured the Grade II Clement L. Hirsch Memorial Handicap in her sixth                 races. Williamson chose his orange and gold silks at that time so he could
  start, then returned to turf to beat Citronnade in the Grade I Yellow Ribbon           easily spot his horse throughout the race.
  at Santa Anita. She earned $972,090.
❖ Nashoba’s Key improved her record to eight wins in ten starts with a 4 1/2-
  length victory in the 2008 Santa Margarita Handicap following a second in                                 DAVID & HOLLY
  the Sunshine Millions Filly and Mare Turf. The Santa Margarita turned out
  to be her last start as she had to be euthanized after fracturing her left hock                              WILSON
  in a freak accident in her Hollywood Park stall in May of 2008. Her record: 10-
  8-1-0 for earnings of $1,252,090.                                                    Residence: Laguna Beach
❖ Bought Nashoba, dam of Nashoba’s Key, in Ireland. The daughter of French             Silks: Orange & white checks. Orange & white cap.
  Derby winner Caerleon was lightly raced, winning three races in the U.S. and         Major Stakes Wins:
  earning over $97,200 from 1999-2001.                                                 Arizona Oaks (TuP) — Miss Briecat (2008)
❖ Foxysox, winner of four stakes races in 2006, came back to win the Grade II          Ascot H. (GIII-BM) — Designed For Luck (2000)
  Santa Barbara Handciap in 2008.                                                      Bayakoa H. (GII-Hol) — Briecat (2008)
❖ Blending Element won three stakes races for Williamson and is the dam of Tiz         Bustles and Bows (Fpx) — Hollyhoney (1998)
  Elemental, who added a pair of stakes wins in 2008.                                  Chandler S. (TuP) — Miss Briecat (2008)
❖ Has had horses with trainer Carla Gaines since 1989. When Gaines took out            C. B. Afflebaugh (Fpx) — Musical Gambler (1998)
  her trainer’s license, one of her only two horses was Yesterdays News,               E. B. Johnston (Fpx) — Spunky Gal (2002)
  owned by Williamson. The horse won and Williamson has had horses with                Hollywood Gold Cup (GI-Hol) — Early Pioneer (2000)
  her since.                                                                           John Henry Starter H. (Hol) — King Clef (2001)
Background                                                                             Live The Dream (Dmr) — Lonesome Dude (2001); Designed for Luck (2003)
❖ Born July 30, 1928, in Los Angeles. Wife: Alyce. Son Henry and daughters, Dr.        Oak Tree Mile S. (GII-OT) — Designed For Luck (2003)
  Ruth McNulty and and Sandra Fallat.                                                  Ralph M. Hinds Inv. (Fpx) — Casey Griffin (2000)
❖ Worked for an oil company after serving in the army, then joined the William         Rancho San Miguel S. (Hol) — El Nuki (2003)
  R. Staats firm as a stockbroker. Worked there 22 years before joining Crowell        Relaunch (Dmr) — Designed For Luck (2000)
  Weedon & Co. in 1970. Became a general partner in 1976.                              San Bernardino H. (GII-SA) — Early Pioneer (2000)
❖ Former chairman and CEO of Chandis Securities in Pasadena.                           San Vicente S. (GII-SA) — Archer City Slew (2000)
❖ Chairman of the Chandler Trusts since 1985. Serves as a trustee for Good             Shoemaker Mile (GI-Hol) — Designed For Luck (2004)
  Samaritan Hospital, where he was born. Also serves on the boards of the Los          Skywalker H. (OT) — Musical Gambler (1998)
  Angeles Philharmonic and California Thoroughbred Foundation. A life trustee          Steinlen H. (Hol) — Lonesome Dude (2001)
❖ Scored a 13-1 front-running upset with 3-year-old filly Briecat in the 2008                                   MARTIN & PAM
  Bayakoa Handicap at Hollywood Park. Briecat improved her record to five-
  for-ten while winning for the third consecutive race, the previous a victory in                                  WYGOD
  the Chandler Stakes at Turf Paradise. Earlier in the year she won the Arizona
  Oaks at Turf Paradise.                                                                    Residence: Rancho Santa Fe
❖ Designed For Luck, claimed from Golden Eagle Farm for $62,500 out of a maiden             Silks: Light blue, white diamond hoop, white diamonds on sleeves, white cap.
  race in 1999, reached the pinnacle of his enigmatic career in 2003 with an impressive     Major Stakes Wins
  victory in the $300,000 Oak Tree Mile. The triumph came three years after he had          Ancient Title S. (GI-OT) — Idiot Proof (2007)
  crossed the finish line first at odds of 58-1 in the 2000 Hollywood Derby, only to be     Apple Blossom H. (GI-OP) — Twice The Vice (1996)
  disqualified and placed fifth for interference in the stretch.                            B Thoughtful S. (Hol) — Proposed (2006)
❖ In the meantime, Designed For Luck spent 17 months on the sideline with a                 Bayakoa H. (GII-Hol) — Pirate’s Revenge (1995); Feverish (2000)
  fractured left rear hock. “He wasn’t supposed to even make it back as a riding            Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (GI) — Sweet Catomine (2004-LS)
  horse,” said trainer Vladimir Cerin after the Oak Tree Mile. “No victory is               Charles Whittingham Memorial H. (GI-Hol) — After Market (2007)
  more gratifying than this.” Designed For Luck completed 2003 by leading the               Clement L. Hirsch (GII-Dmr) — Tranquility Lake (2001)
  Breeders’ Cup Mile field into the stretch before fading to seventh.                       Del Mar (GII-Dmr) — Benchmark (1997)
❖ Claimed Early Pioneer from owner-breeder Golden Eagle Farm for $62,500                    Del Mar Debutante S. (GI-Dmr) — Sweet Catomine (2004)
  in October, 1998, and he went on to capture a pair of graded stakes in 2000,              Del Mar H. (GII-Dmr) — After Market (2007)
  including the $1-million Hollywood Gold Cup. He upset favorite General                    Derby Trial (CD) — Settecento (1973)
  Challenge, also a Golden Eagle horse.                                                     Eddie Read H. (GI-Dmr) — After Market (2007)
❖ Early Pioneer was claimed by trainer Vladimir Cerin at Wilson’s request.                  El Encino S. (GII-SA) — Proposed (2006)
  When Cerin checked him out, he saw ankles the size of grapefruits, called                 Gamely H. (GI-Hol) — Tranquility Lake (1999)
  Wilson and said, “I hope you have claiming insurance. When it came time to                Genuine Risk H. (GII-Bel) — Exotic Wood (1996)
  claim him, I dropped the slip and I wished I hadn’t, because when I saw his               Go For Wand H. (GI-Sar) — Exotic Wood (1996)
  legs, I said, ‘Man, this is gonna be a disaster.”’                                        Goodwood H. (GII-SA) — Benchmark (1997)
❖ Early Pioneer, who more than earned his keep sprinting before being                       Hawthorne H. (GII-Hol) — Twice The Vice (1997)
  stretched out, also surprised General Challenge in the San Bernardino                     Honey Fox H. (GIII-GP) — Delmonico Cat (2004)
  Handicap in 2000. Despite the earlier success, he was 25-1 under jockey                   Inglewood H. (GII-Hol) — After Market (2007)
  Victor Espinoza, returning $51 — second-highest price in race history.                    Jersey Shore (GIII-Mth) — Idiot Proof (2007)
❖ Campaigned Big Sky Chester, winner of the Henry P. Russell and fifth-place                La Brea S. (GII-SA) — Exotic Wood (1995)
  finisher in the 1997 Breeders’ Cup Turf at Hollywood Park.                                Ladies H. (GIII-Aqu) — Unbridled Hope (1998)
Background                                                                                  Las Flores H. (GIII-SA) — Bountiful Native (1993)
❖ David Wilson (61) and Holly Wilson (42) reside in Laguna Beach. Daughters:                Lexington (GIII-Bel) — After Market (2006)
  Christy and Logan.                                                                        Milady H. (GII-Hol) — Proposed (2006); Pirate’s Revenge (GI-1995); Twice The
❖ Own eight Toyota dealerships under the umbrella name of Toyota of Orange.                     Vice (GI-1996)
❖ Have owned Thoroughbreds since 1994.                                                      National Museum Racing Hall of Fame (GII-Sar) — After Market (2006)
❖ David Wilson grew up around horses at his family’s Iowa farm. His father,                 Oak Leaf S. (GII-OT) — Sweet Catomine (2004)
  Logan Wilson, was a professional cowboy, who worked with quarter horses.                  On Trust H. (Hol) — Echo Of Yesterday (1993-94)
  The elder Wilson competed in team roping competition until he turned 70.                  Palomar H. (GII-Dmr) — Tranquility Lake (GIII-2000-01)
❖ When Logan and Elaine Wilson retired to a ranch in Cave Creek, Ariz., in the mid-         Rancho Bernardo H. (GIII-Dmr) — Bountiful Native (1992)
  1990s, David Wilson sent some horses to his father to manage. Now, when the               Royal Heroine S. (Hol) — Tranquility Lake (2000)
  Thoroughbreds need a break from the racetrack, they are sent to the Arizona farm.         San Bernardino H. (GII-SA) — Benchmark (1997)
Santa Ana H. (GI-SA) — Pharma (1996)                                                    ❖ Prior to her retirement in December of 2001, Tranquility Lake added to her
Santa Anita Bud H. (GIII-SA) — Jacodra’s Devil (1995)                                     stakes-winning resume with victories in the Palomar and Clement L. Hirsch,
Santa Anita Oaks (GI-SA) — Silent Sighs (2004); Sweet Catomine (2005)                     both Grade IIs at Del Mar, and Hollywood Park’s Grade III Wilshire. The 6-
Santa Barbara H. (GII-SA) — Tranquility Lake (1999)                                       year-old daughter of Rahy began life as a broodmare for the couple with
Santa Margarita H. (GI-SA) — Twice The Vice (1996)                                        earnings of $1,662,390 from 11 wins in 27 starts.
Santa Maria H. (GI-SA) — Exotic Wood (1998)                                             ❖ The Wygods’ success in the breeding industry was illustrated on Aug. 8, 2001,
Santa Monica H. (GI-SA) — Key Phrase (1995); Exotic Wood (1998)                           at Del Mar when three of the day’s nine races were won by horses they had
Santa Ysabel S. (SA) — Sweet Catomine (2005)                                              bred: Tribal Rule, Smart Start and Mega Gift.
Triple Bend H. (Hol) — Never Tabled (1982)                                              ❖ Tranquility Lake, winner of three stakes including the Grade I Beverly Hills
Vanity H. (GI-Hol) — Private Persuasion (1995); Twice The Vice (1997)                     at Hollywood Park in 1999, came back to win three-added money events in
Wilshire H. (GIII-Hol) — Pharma (GII-1996); Tranquility Lake (2001)                       2000, including the Grade I Yellow Ribbon.
Yellow Ribbon S. (GI-OT) — Tranquility Lake (2000)                                      ❖ Feverish won a pair of stakes in 2000, including the Bayakoa, her first graded
Highlights                                                                                victory. The Wygods also won the Bayakoa in 1996 with Pirate’s Revenge.
❖ Turf standout After Market won four consecutive graded stakes in 2007                 ❖ Exotic Wood won two Grade I stakes at Santa Anita in 1998 — the Santa
  beginning with the Inglewood at Hollywood Park. He scored back-to-back                  Monica and Santa Maria. Fourth in the 1997 Breeders’ Cup Sprint, she won
  Grade I wins in the Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap and Eddie                     two 1996 East Coast stakes — the Genuine Risk and Go For Wand.
  Read Handicap before capping the streak in the Del Mar Handicap. Second               ❖ Purchased Twice The Vice from Bob and Beverly Lewis in November, 1994.
  in the Kelso at Belmont while making his final start of the year, he earned             Wins included Santa Margarita, Apple Blossom and Milady in 1996, and
  $686,725.                                                                               Hawthorne and Vanity in 1997.
❖ Idiot Proof, a 3-year-old son of Benchmark, won the Grade III Jersey Shores           ❖ Breeders of nearly 60 stakes winners, alone or in partnership, including
  in July at Monmouth Park and the Grade I Ancient Title at Santa Anita in                Pirate’s Bounty, Bountiful Native, Key Phrase, Echo Of Yesterday, Changed
  October, earning a berth in the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Sprint. He ran a huge                Tune, Table Flirt and Glass Ceiling. They have accounted for nine Grade I
  race, but had to settle for second behind champion Midnight Lute. He won                wins.
  four of eight starts with a pair of seconds and a third for earnings of $803,136.     ❖ Honored as TOBA Breeder of the Year in 1995. Earned a TOBA Award as
❖ Brilliant 2-year-old filly Sweet Catomine, a homebred daughter of Storm Cat,            California’s outstanding owner-breeder in 1994 (12 stakes winners).
  gained every vote but one of 273 as overwhelming choice for 2004 Eclipse              ❖ Leading owners at 1995 Santa Anita meet with $1,014,700. Won a record 25
  Award in her division. Long-legged youngster made sweeping move to                      races, including seven stakes. Key Phrase won 1995 Santa Monica for her
  dominate a field of 12 by 3 3/4 lengths in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies           fifth straight win.
  at Lone Star Park.                                                                    Background
❖ The Wygods’ first Breeders’ Cup triumph followed Sweet Catomine’s four-               ❖ Martin Wygod was born on Feb. 1, 1940, in New York City. Pam Wygod was
  length victory in the Oak Leaf Stakes and fast-closing sprint win in the Del            born Sept. 8, 1947, in Rockville Center, N.Y. They reside on a 102-acre estate
  Mar Debutante. Another homebred, Silent Sighs, contributed $1.7 million in              in Rancho Sante Fe, Calif. They have a daughter and a son.
  stable earnings for year by taking the Santa Anita Oaks and defeating 2003            ❖ Couple moved from Bedminster, N.J., in 1996 to be more closely associated
  champion 2-year-old filly Halfbridled. She also won the $250,000 Sunshine               with their racing interests.
  Million Oaks.                                                                         ❖ Martin Wygod is a health care entrepreneur. Sold company, Medco Contain-
❖ Sweet Catomine became the couple’s second straight Santa Anita Oaks                     ment Services, in 1993 to pharmaceutical giant Merck & Company for $6.5
  winner in 2004, but became the center of a controversy after finishing a dull           billion. Currently chairman of the board of WebMD.
  fifth in the Santa Anita Derby. After the race, Wygod revealed she had bled           ❖ Own 170-acre River Edge Farm near Buellton. Live on 102-acre estate in
  in a workout and had been transported to a clinic in central California to be           Rancho Santa Fe called Tierra Feliz, which means “happy land” in Spanish.
  treated for bleeding five days before the race. She was retired and sent to Mill      ❖ Elected member of The Jockey Club, November, 1996.
  Ridge Farm in Kentucky to be bred to A.P. Indy. She won five of seven starts          ❖ Went to the track as a youngster, hanging out with Bobby Frankel while in
  for earnings of $1,059,600.                                                             high school and college. Worked on backstretch at age 15, walking hots for
  trainers Homer Pardue and Woody Stephens.                                             Highlights
❖ In 1965, was given two horses (Verification and Heliotropic) as a birthday            ❖ Topped owner standings in 2008 as stable banked $6.8 million with 116
  present by his friend and business associate, Fletcher Jones. Both horses won           victories, including Grade I triumphs by Pioneerof the Nile in Hollywood
  in New York.                                                                            Park’s $750,000 CashCall Futurtiy and Thorn Song in the Shadwell Turf
                                                                                          Mile at Keeneland. J Be K won four of eight starts, including a trio of graded
                     ZAYAT STABLES                                                      ❖ Pioneerof the Nile ran his first four races under the care of Eastern-based
                                                                                          trainer Bill Mott, finishing fifth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile before being
                      (Ahmed Zayat)                                                       transferred to Bob Baffert as Zayat set his sights on the 2009 classics. In his
                                                                                          lone start for Baffert, he prevailed by a nose over I Want Revenge in the
Residences: New Jersey, New York, Egypt and London                                        CashCall Futurity.
                                                                                        ❖ “Unbelievable, a huge effort,” Zayat said. “Today the track was playing speed,
2008: 740-116-113-111—$6,883,902*                                                         all inside. He’s a horse that comes from back. He is a May foal by Empire
* ranked first                                                                            Maker, typically they are not precocious, but that’s the heart this horse has.
Silks: Turquoise, gold ball sash, gold Z, turquoise dots on gold sleeves, turquoise       What’s special about it for us, it’s our first homebred to actually run, so it
    cap                                                                                   means a lot. The first homebred ever — the first homebred to be on the track.
Major Stakes Wins                                                                         So how lucky can you get . . . you saw today, literally like a nose.”
Ancient Title S. (GI-OT) — Idiot Proof (2007)                                           ❖ First Hollywood Park stakes wins came in 2006 when he won the Juvenile
Arlington-Washington Futurity (GIII-AP) — Got the Last Laugh-DH (2006)                    Championship with EZ Warrior and the Prevue with Belgravia. The latter
Bay Shore (GIII-Aqu) — J Be K (2008)                                                      was raced in partnership with Susan Magnier and Michael Tabor.
Bonnie Miss S. (GII-GP) — High Again (2007)                                             ❖ First Grade I win came with Point Ashley in the 2006 Del Mar Debutante.
CashCall Futurity (GI-Hol) — Pioneerof the Nile (2008)                                    Also won that year’s La Brea with Downthedustyroad at Santa Anita.
Comely S. (GII-Aqu) — Sherine (2008)                                                    ❖ After leading the owner standings at Del Mar in 2006, moved his horses to
Continental Mile (Mth) — Marcavelly (2006)                                                Saratoga the following summer over concerns with the track’s new synthetic
Del Mar Debutante S. (GI-Dmr) — Point Ashley (2006)                                       surface. He became Saratoga’s leading owner with 18 winners from 47 starts.
Delta Jackpot (DeD) — Z Humor (2007-DH)                                                 Background
Demoiselle (GII-Aqu) — Mushka (2007)                                                    ❖ Ahmed Zayat was born Aug. 31, 1962, in Cairo, Egypt. Has residences in New
Firecracker H. (GII-CD) — Thorn Song (2008)                                               Jersey, New York, Egypt and London. Wife: Joanne. Children: Ashley,
Hill Prince (GIII-Bel) — Marcavelly (2007)                                                Emma, Justin and Benjamin.
Hollywood Juvenile S. (GIII-Hol) — E Z Warrior (2006)                                   ❖ Master’s degrees in business and public health from Boston University and
Hollywood Prevue (GII-Hol) — Belgravia (2006); Massive Drama (2007)                       Harvard University.
Jersey Shore (GIII-Mth) — J Be K (2008)                                                 ❖ An entrepreneur, best known for the privatization of Al Ahram Beverages
La Brea S. (GI-SA) — Downthedustyroad (2006)                                              Company (ABC), which was later sold to Heineken International after
Lecomte S. (GIII-FG) — Z Fortune (2008)                                                   turning it into the largest beverage manufacturer and distributor in the
River City H. (GIII-CD) — Thorn Song (2007)                                               Middle East . He is the largest shareholder in the largest manufacturer of
San Miguel (SA) — E Z Warrior (2007)                                                      glass containers in Egypt — Misr Glass Manufacturing (MGM).
Santa Ysabel S. (GIII-SA) — Baroness Thatcher (2007)                                    ❖ Introduced to race horses in his early teens while competing in national show
Shadwell Turf Mile (GI-Kee) — Thorn Song (2008)                                           jumping events in his native Egypt. He has been passionate about horses and
Swale S. (GII-GP) — Eaton’s Gift (2008)                                                   the sport of horse racing ever since.
Transylvania S. (GIII-Kee) — Marcavelly (2007)                                          ❖ Formed Zayat Stables LLC in 2005.
Woody Stephens (GII-Bel) — J Be K (2008)


                                         2008 NATIONAL
                                  LEADING OWNERS BY EARNINGS
     Owner                      Starts    1st   2nd 3rd Earnings                  Owner                     Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
1    Zayat Stables                 740   116    113 111 $6,883,902           26   Lael Stables                 138 27 23 14 $2,310,648
2    Stronach Stables              466   114     84 63 $6,677,124            27   Hollendorfer & Todaro        426 122 98 65 $2,293,817
3    Augustin Stable               296    60     38 38 $5,156,879            28   Brereton C. Jones            132 28 16 22 $2,241,550
4    Darley Stable                 258    55     35 41 $4,745,650            29   Phipps Stable                136 24 30 21 $2,182,431
5    Maggi Moss                    721   210    140 92 $4,253,963            30   Live Oak Plantation          257 46 36 33 $2,173,330
6    Godolphin Racing               99    27     18 15 $4,158,944            31   Gary & Cecil Barber          304 70 49 47 $2,166,740
7    Jerry & Ann Moss              125    26     22 16 $4,148,872            32   Pin Oak Stable               219 44 47 30 $2,163,133
8    Heiligbrodt Racing Stable     627   122    107 100 $4,004,605           33   Stonestreet Stables          147 31 24 12 $2,089,061
9    WinStar Farm                  234    44     41 27 $3,851,304            34   Tucci Stables                215 33 42 41 $2,042,860
10   Juddmonte Farms               100    18     12 19 $3,575,686            35   Shadwell Stable              143 31 22 13 $2,027,195
11   Melnyk Racing Stables         375    80     59 41 $3,455,814            36   Charles E. Fipke              44 13    4   1 $1,973,025
12   Ken & Sarah Ramsey            503   140     78 78 $3,317,841            37   Charles Cono                  99 19 14 16 $1,949,298
13   H.R.H. Princess Haya of                                                 38   Flying Zee Stable            338 47 40 42 $1,949,127
        Jordan and Darley Stable     2     2   0      0   $3,310,200         39   Michael J. Gill              871 121 101 106 $1,939,471
14   Robert L. Cole Jr.            589   234 104     69   $3,289,150         40   Winchell Thoroughbreds       102 24 12 27 $1,915,545
15   Everest Stables               496    71 85      72   $2,914,755         41   Stonerside Stable            175 31 31 22 $1,818,035
16   Repole Stable                 517   128 97      79   $2,878,917         42   Tommy Town Thoroughbreds 358 64 69 55 $1,817,522
17   Winning Move Stable           484    80 73      59   $2,824,989         43   Mondello & Russo             216 68 49 33 $1,799,097
18   IEAH Stables & Paul Pompa Jr.   5     4   0      0   $2,676,700         44   Jayeff B Stables             256 39 40 36 $1,789,856
19   Frank Carl Calabrese          427   144 67      41   $2,532,894         45   Padua Stables                198 47 38 24 $1,785,299
20   Peter Vegso                    66    13 14       5   $2,522,818         46   Sam-Son Farms                130 22 25 18 $1,766,934
21   Robert S. Evans               111    20 20      18   $2,511,007         47   Edward P. Evans              188 39 30 41 $1,740,405
22   J. Paul Reddam                150    25 17      26   $2,510,610         48   Fox Hill Farms               127 29 21 24 $1,734,751
23   Bear Stables                  261    51 38      36   $2,488,609         49   Jay Em Ess Stable            190 37 21 27 $1,724,508
24   West Point Thoroughbreds      170    35 27      22   $2,484,581         50   Plumstead Stables            334 75 54 36 $1,692,071
25   Robert V. LaPenta             130    24 18      23   $2,315,132         51   Patti & Hal Earnhardt III     60 15 16 10 $1,638,712
     Owner                       Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings               Owner                     Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
52   Patricia A. Generazio          260 39 35 25 $1,637,521            81  Acclaimed Racing Stable      302 63 59 45 $1,148,994
53   Scarlet Stable                 358 84 60 45 $1,631,130            82  G. Watts Humphrey Jr.        142 22 21 19 $1,144,485
54   Four Roses Thoroughbreds       185 26 18 25 $1,630,974            83  William Stiritz              298 53 35 39 $1,139,210
55   Wertheimer and Frere           112 11 14 22 $1,625,602            84  Carl R. Moore Management 145 45 24 20 $1,130,225
56   Ballymacoll Farm                 1   1   0   0 $1,620,000         85  Home Team Stables            275 70 39 35 $1,124,162
57   Mercedes Stables               180 36 30 24 $1,608,178            86  Paul Pompa Jr.               142 31 25 16 $1,116,417
58   La Canada Stables              354 58 46 47 $1,592,596            87  Joseph P. Morey Jr. Trust    159 55 26 27 $1,109,712
59   Millennium Farms               179 19 38 26 $1,586,172            88  Zabeel Racing International   48 16    6 10 $1,108,834
60   Gumpster Stable                368 71 59 56 $1,549,672            89  Harold L. Queen               77 18 11 21 $1,108,661
61   B. Wayne Hughes                130 26 20 14 $1,537,681            90  Poindexter Thoroughbreds     496 54 75 61 $1,106,652
62   Harlequin Ranches              109 18 14 13 $1,469,086            91  Watson & Weitman Perf.,
63   Haras Santa Maria de Araras 145 27 20 22 $1,411,249                     andPegram                    4   2   1   0 $1,102,400
64   Woodford Racing                157 24 19 23 $1,397,959            92 Marc Keller                    85   9 11 12 $1,094,080
65   Michael Dubb                   187 51 34 25 $1,367,235            93 Overbrook Farm                168 26 22 24 $1,090,907
66   Valene Farms                   201 41 19 35 $1,342,952            94 Barry K. Schwartz             166 32 25 26 $1,087,297
67   Puglisi Racing                  85 21 17 14 $1,330,827            95 Bruno Schickedanz             610 79 88 79 $1,075,362
68   Team Valor International        68 15    9 13 $1,319,295          96 E. Paul Robsham Stables       134 22 20 22 $1,074,616
69   Tracy Farmer                    60 13    7   8 $1,296,707         97 Paraneck Stable               339 20 34 34 $1,073,543
70   Peachtree Stable               129 26 23 19 $1,270,236            98 Robert Scarborough              8   5   2   0 $1,066,920
71   My Purple Haze Stables         370 76 67 46 $1,228,062            99 Rancho San Miguel,
72   Roddy J. Valente               117 32 14 16 $1,223,571                  Hollendorfer & Todaro       11   5   2   0 $1,060,000
73   Pyrite Stables                 300 49 47 42 $1,209,605            100 David A. Ross                219 54 44 35 $1,050,336
74   K. K. Sangara                  126 23 24     8 $1,203,697
75   Richard & Karen Papiese        512 64 73 85 $1,201,715                 Source: Equibase Company
76   The Elkstone Group             189 40 26 31 $1,198,900
77   Mr. & Mrs. William Warren Jr.   42 12    9   5 $1,178,816
78   Jacobson Racing Stable         237 42 41 40 $1,176,946
79   Dogwood Stable                 210 23 27 35 $1,159,656
80   Monarch Stables                382 75 56 54 $1,157,318


                                         2008 NATIONAL
                                    LEADING OWNERS BY WINS
     Owner                     Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings                Owner                     Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
1    Robert L. Cole Jr.           589 234 104 69 $3,289,150          27   Les Blake                    352 69 51 49     $651,291
2    Maggi Moss                   721 210 140 92 $4,253,963          28   Mondello & Russo             216 68 49 33 $1,799,097
3    Frank Carl Calabrese         427 144 67 41 $2,532,894           29   SEJ Stables                  232 65 31 20     $536,178
4    Ken & Sarah Ramsey           503 140 78 78 $3,317,841           30   Tommy Town Thoroughbreds 358 64 69 55 $1,817,522
5    Repole Stable                517 128 97 79 $2,878,917                Richard & Karen Papiese      512 64 73 85 $1,201,715
6    Hollendorfer & Todaro        426 122 98 65 $2,293,817           32   Acclaimed Racing Stable      302 63 59 45 $1,148,994
     Heiligbrodt Racing Stable    627 122 107 100 $4,004,605         33   Bridget Sipp                 590 61 80 75     $481,849
8    Michael J. Gill              871 121 101 106 $1,939,471         34   Augustin Stable              296 60 38 38 $5,156,879
9    Zayat Stables                740 116 113 111 $6,883,902         35   La Canada Stables            354 58 46 47 $1,592,596
10   Stronach Stables             466 114 84 63 $6,677,124           36   Heflin and Driver Racing     217 57 35 31     $858,279
11   Louis D. O’Brien             406 102 76 61     $695,788         37   Joseph P. Morey Jr. Trust    159 55 26 27 $1,109,712
12   Scarlet Stable               358 84 60 45 $1,631,130                 Darley Stable                258 55 35 41 $4,745,650
13   Melnyk Racing Stables        375 80 59 41 $3,455,814            39   David A. Ross                219 54 44 35 $1,050,336
     Winning Move Stable          484 80 73 59 $2,824,989                 Poindexter Thoroughbreds     496 54 75 61 $1,106,652
15   Bruno Schickedanz            610 79 88 79 $1,075,362            41   M. Y. Stables                279 53 36 37     $598,876
16   My Purple Haze Stables       370 76 67 46 $1,228,062                 William Stiritz              298 53 35 39 $1,139,210
17   Plumstead Stables            334 75 54 36 $1,692,071            43   Todd & Kinsella              187 51 36 26 $1,018,223
     Monarch Stables              382 75 56 54 $1,157,318                 Michael Dubb                 187 51 34 25 $1,367,235
     Charles Lawson               443 75 68 71      $319,293              Bear Stables                 261 51 38 36 $2,488,609
20   Jan Haynes                   391 74 65 57      $926,406              R. Gary Patrick              416 51 63 55     $466,105
21   Billy Hays                   375 72 52 42      $557,682         47   Pyrite Stables               300 49 47 42 $1,209,605
22   Gumpster Stable              368 71 59 56 $1,549,672            48   Padua Stables                198 47 38 24 $1,785,299
     Everest Stables              496 71 85 72 $2,914,755                 Flying Zee Stable            338 47 40 42 $1,949,127
24   Home Team Stables            275 70 39 35 $1,124,162            50   Robert D. Bone               205 46 39 36 $1,030,766
     Gary & Cecil Barber          304 70 49 47 $2,166,740                 Live Oak Plantation          257 46 36 33 $2,173,330
     R and P Racing Stables       492 70 80 67      $483,263              P.T.K.                       270 46 42 34     $725,327
     Owner                  Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings               Owner                    Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
     Joe C. Faulkner           352 46 46 50     $314,450         82   Balkrisna Sukharan           91 35 20 11     $832,794
54   Carl R. Moore Management 145 45 24 20 $1,130,225                 Joseph E. Asbell            153 35 31 18     $706,556
55   Black Hawk Stable         171 44 36 19     $812,544              West Point Thoroughbreds    170 35 27 22 $2,484,581
     Pin Oak Stable            219 44 47 30 $2,163,133                Manfred Roos                199 35 34 32     $573,900
     WinStar Farm              234 44 41 27 $3,851,304                Danny R. Caldwell           220 35 31 36     $540,559
58   Dennis E. Weir            174 42 30 25     $788,209              K J Star Stable             224 35 41 32     $282,074
     Bar None Ranches          221 42 38 30     $579,725         88   Gabriel Road Stables        115 34 14 14     $113,385
     Mast Thoroughbreds        232 42 43 35     $689,985              Montesano Racing            131 34 22 12     $530,885
     Jacobson Racing Stable    237 42 41 40 $1,176,946                Harry L. Veruchi            146 34 30 22     $310,896
     Murphy & Brown            374 42 46 57     $287,061              Edwin T. Broome             165 34 24 26     $904,775
63   Adam R. Lewis             147 41 29 19     $554,809              Mr. & Mrs. R.J. Bennett     183 34 28 21     $355,469
     Valene Farms              201 41 19 35 $1,342,952                Daniel M. Ryan              184 34 41 24     $771,648
65   The Elkstone Group        189 40 26 31 $1,198,900                Silverton Hill              217 34 25 34     $787,581
     Thomas Vanderhyde         329 40 49 47     $424,924         95   Blue Star Stable            179 33 23 20     $525,173
67   Richard N. Averill        184 39 37 27     $672,258              Jayaraman & Kalarikkal      189 33 16 19     $489,934
68   Edward P. Evans           188 39 30 41 $1,740,405                Tucci Stables               215 33 42 41 $2,042,860
     Jayeff B Stables          256 39 40 36 $1,789,856                Jacks or Better Farm        290 33 33 31     $815,539
     Patricia A. Generazio     260 39 35 25 $1,637,521           99   Barry K. Schwartz           166 32 25 26 $1,087,297
71   Webb Stable               169 38 35 20     $501,088              Charles Fontana             347 32 37 45     $393,103
72   Steven M. Asmussen        155 37 24 23     $811,887
     M. Anthony Ferraro        158 37 21 19     $405,843              Source: Equibase Company
     Jay Em Ess Stable         190 37 21 27 $1,724,508
     Aurora Springs Stable     201 37 37 25     $711,687
     Adam Sobczak              250 37 39 17     $898,655
     Loren G. Cox              256 37 38 31     $485,529
     Eagle Valley Farm         265 37 38 24     $682,905
79   Mercedes Stables          180 36 30 24 $1,608,178
     Circle S Ranch            234 36 25 28     $641,967
     Daniel C. Hurtak          240 36 26 38     $391,474


 2008 LEADING OWNERS (EARNINGS)                                              2008 LEADING OWNERS (WINS)
       SPRING/SUMMER MEET                                                       SPRING/SUMMER MEET
                                                       Earnings                                                   Wins
 1   Everest Stables, Inc.                              $803,460         1 Everest Stables, Inc.                    14
 2   Three Chimneys Racing LLC                           569,575         2 Barber & Barber                           7
 3   Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Moss                               529,402           Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Moss                     7
 4   Robert Frankel                                      456,210         4 Holly & David Wilson                      6
 5   IEAH, Lakin, & Pegasus Hld. Group                   450,000         5 La Canada Stables, LLC                    5
 6   Barber & Barber                                     257,078           Jay Em Ess Stable                         5
 7   Bluegate Corp., Headley and Naify                   246,300         7 Curt & Lila Lanning, LLC                  4
 8   Martin S. Schwartz                                  240,000           C. R. Cono, LLC                           4
 9   Juddmonte Farms                                     234,400         9 Benjamin C. Warren                        3
10   La Canada Stables, LLC                              233,473           Robert D. Bone                            3
11   Harris Farms, Inc.                                  231,945           K. K. Sangara                             3
12   Greely, IV, Houchens, Scott, et al                  217,650           Les Blake                                 3
13   Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, LLC                       189,360           Mike Harrington Trustee                   3
14   Skyline S., Bienstock, Winner S. & Lenner et al     186,300           Joseph Lacombe Stable, Inc.               3
15   David & Jill Heerensperger                          181,800           Gary S. Broad                             3
16   Lael Stables                                        176,400           Hidden Meadow Farms, LLC                  3
17   Holly & David Wilson                                175,420           Michael Talla                             3
18   Jay Em Ess Stable                                   162,330           David J. Lanzman Racing Stable, Inc.      3
19   Mike Harrington Trustee                             161,871           Nick Cafarchia                            3
20   Joseph Lacombe Stable, Inc.                         161,360           Peter Vajda                               3
21   M. Auerbach, LLC or Loverso or McCauley, et al      160,426           James R. Vreeland                         3
22   Forging Oaks Farm                                   158,590           Jorge Periban                             3
23   Peter Vegso                                         152,880           Abruzzo & Carver                          3
 2008 LEADING OWNERS (EARNINGS)                               2008 LEADING OWNERS (WINS)
          AUTUMN MEET                                                AUTUMN MEET
                                        Earnings                                             Wins
 1   Zayat Sables                        $400,400         1 Barber & Barber                    11
 2   Godolphin Racing                    $380,000         2 La Canada Stables                   6
 3   Juddmonte Farms                     $304,600           J. Paul Reddam                      6
 4   IEAH Stables & WinStar Farm         $300,000           Everest Stables                     6
 5   IEAH Stables, Golden Goose Ent.,    $263,100         5 B. Wayne Hughes                     5
      & Pegasus Holding Group                             6 Lorraine & Rod Rodriquez            4
 6   Prestonwood Racing                  $240,400           Flintridge & STD Racing Stable      4
 7   Barber & Barber                     $227,200         8 Tricar Stables                      3
 8   The Craig Family Trust              $212,540           Holly & David Wilson                3
 9   David J. Lanzman Racing Stable      $180,800           Joseph Lacombe Stables              3
10   Joseph Lacombe Stables              $178,650           The Craig Family Trust              3
11   Holly & David Wilson                $160,040           Costello, London & Lovingier        3
12   J. Paul Reddam                      $156,180           Jay Em Ess Stable                   3
13   Patti & Hal Earnhardt III           $140,180
14   La Canada Stables                   $136,300
15   Everest Stables                     $131,240           * 37 owners each had two wins
16   B. Wayne Hughes                     $129,580
17   Darley Stable                       $124,500
18   Arnold Zetcher                      $116,240
19   Hollendorfer & Todaro               $105,740
20   Jerry & Ann Moss                    $105,480


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