Thursday, February 14, 2019

Risen Star Stakes Racing Roundup


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The Road to the Kentucky Derby takes us to Louisiana, Saturday, where WAR OF WILL will go to the starting gate as the 5-2 morning-line favorite in the 47th running of the $400,000 Risen Star Stakes (G2) at the Fair Grounds Race Course. Post time is 7:03 p.m. ET.
War of Will comes into this race with a 2-1-1 record in sox starts including a win in the Lecomte Stakes (G3) for trainer Mark Casse. Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

WAR OF WILL went four wide early on the first turn then shifted into the five path, stalked the pace on the outside, made a bid in the three then four path on the far turn, was asked while in front at the top of the stretch and drew away under strong urging.

War of Will was my long shot upset pick in this race and he looked good stepping up in class to earn his first graded-stakes victory.
War Front, the sire of War of Will, was a graded-stakes winner of the 8½-furlong Princelet Stakes which he won by 8-lengths in a final time of 1:41.79. However, most of War Front’s other races were in sprints where he had a penchant for finishing second. However, he did win the 6-furlong Alfred G. Vanderbilt Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G2) by 2½-lengths.
At stud, War Front sired Soldat, winner of the 2010 With Anticipation Stakes (G2) and second-place finisher in the 8-furlong Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Stakes (G2), and 8½-furlong Pilgrim Stakes (G3). Soldat went on as a three-year-old to win the 9-furlong Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2).
He also sired The Factor, a speedy colt who as a two-year-old won the 7-furlong San Vicente Stakes (G2) and went on as a three-year-old to win the 8½-furlong Rebel Stakes (G2).
War of Will has an A+ Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® and his profile ranks him second in this herd of runners. He’s been training well at Fair Grounds and I look for him to take another step forward in his second start of the season.
A long shot I like and potential sleeper in this race is LIMONITE (10-1) who comes into this race for trainer Steve Asmussen with 1-1-2 record in four starts including a third-place finish in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (2). Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

LIMONITE raced back early on, swung into the six path in the far turn, rallied down the lane, made a bid four wide late and was gaining in the final stages.

Limonite came from last at the top of the stretch and made a big move down the stretch to get third-place honors – just two lengths shy of victory.
Lemon Drop Kid, the sire of Limonite, was a multiple graded-stakes winner and Classic Champion Thoroughbred who compiled a 10-3-3 record in 24 starts with $3,245,370 in career earnings.
As a two-year-old, Lemon Drop Kid was 2-2-1 in six starts with a win in the Futurity Stakes (G1) and a second-place finish in the Champagne Stakes (G1).
At the age of three, Lemon Drop Kid was 3-1-1 in nine starts with wins in the Belmont Stakes (G1) and Travers Stakes (G1). He finished second in the Jim Dandy Stakes (G2) and third in the Peter Pan Stakes (G2).
As a four-year-old, Lemon Drop Kid was 5-0-1 in nine starts with stakes wins in the Brooklyn Handicap (G2), Suburban Handicap (G2), Whitney Handicap (G1) and Woodward Stakes (G1). He finished third in the Pimlico Special Handicap (G1).
Limonite has an A+ Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® and he’s the best-bred colt in this herd of runners. He’s been training well at the Fair Grounds and if he takes a big step forward in his first start of the season he could, perhaps, upset at a nice price.
COUNTRY HOUSE (20-1) is another long shot I like. He comes into this race with a 1-1-0 record in three starts for trainer Bill Mott including a nice maiden win last out. Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

COUNTRY HOUSE veered in and off slowly at the start, slow and unhurried in early stages racing along outside, fanned out entering far turn then made four wide run in final turn, responded willingly and roused forward reaching leader turning for home, hit once top stretch and took command then shown whip and drew off impressively being ridden out.

Country House looked good in just his third start to break his maiden by 3½ lengths.
Lookin at Lucky, the sire of Country House, was a multiple graded-stakes winner that compiled a 9-1-1 record in 13 starts with $3,307,278 in career earnings.
Undefeated in four starts, Lookin at Lucky scored impressive stakes victories as a two year old in the Best Pal Stakes (G2), Del Mar Futurity (G1) and Norfolk Stakes (G1), before suffering his first loss by a neck to Vale of York in the 2009 Grey Goose Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Stakes (G1). He came back from that loss to close the season with a win in the CashCall Futurity Stakes (G1).
As a three year old, Lookin at Lucky won the Rebel Stakes (G2) and he finished third in the Santa Anita Derby (G1) en route to a sixth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby (G1). Lookin at Lucky went on to earn Classic Champion Thoroughbred honors with a three-quarter length victory in the Preakness Stakes (G1).
Country House has a B Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® and he’s a yearling (Hip 2203) we profiled at the 2017 Keeneland September sale. However, the only yearlings I mentioned in my blog post were ones with an A+ or A grade ranking.
Country House is an improving colt and he has room to improve in his second start of the season.
HENLEY’S JOY (10-1) comes into this race with a 3-2-0 record in six starts for trainer Michael Maker including a second-place finish in the Kitten’s Joy Stakes last out. Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

HENLEY’S JOY steadied slight entering first turn then rated off comfortable pace being set on top, made move taking closer order late final turn, shifted out wider top stretch and set down for drive, kicked in determinedly and gained to wire.

Henley’s Joy made a big move at the top of the stretch and closed ground but came up a neck short of victory.
Kitten’s Joy, the sire of Henley’s Joy, was an outstanding router and multiple graded stakes winner who, in three racing seasons, compiled a 9-4-0 record in 14 starts with $2,075,791 in career earnings.
As a two year old, Kitten’s Joy was 2-1-0 in four starts with wins at 8½ and nine furlongs.
At the age of three, Kitten’s Joy was 6-2-0 in eight starts with wins in the Tropical Park Derby (G3), Palm Beach Stakes (G3), Crown Royal American Turf Stakes (G3), Virginia Derby (G3), Secretariat Stakes (G1) and the 12 furlong Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational Stakes (G1).
As a four year old, Kitten’s Joy was 1-1-0 in two starts with a win in the Firecracker Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G2) and a second-place finish in the Arlington Million Stakes (G1).
Henley’s Joy has a D Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® but his Behavior Index makes him potentially competitive in this race.
Honorable mention goes to Gun It (10-1), Dunph (20-1) and Plus Que Parfait (10-1. Both Gun It and Dunph were yearlings we profiled at the 2017 Keeneland September sale. However, the only yearlings I mentioned in my blog post were ones with an A+ or A grade ranking.


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A total of 35 prep races comprise the USA Road to the Kentucky Derby. In addition, there are seven races on the European road and four races on the Japan road to Derby glory.


2019 KENTUCKY DERBY LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Non-Restricted Stakes Earnings
1. Game Winner, 30, Bob Baffert, $1,460,000
2. Knicks Go, 18, Ben Colebrook, $656,085
3. Signalman, 18, Ken McPeek, $392,840
4. Gunmetal Gray, 18, Jerry Hollendorfer, $210,000
5. Long Range Toddy, 14, Steve Asmussen, $330,000
6. Mucho Gusto, 14, Bob Baffert, $210,000
7. Maximus Mischief, 12, “Butch” Reid, Jr., $171,100
8. Tax, 12, Danny Gargan, $167,500
9. Mind Control, 10, George Sacco, $295,000
10. Improbable, 10, Bob Baffert, $239,520
11. +Harvey Wallbanger, 10, Kenny McPeek, $208,320
12. War of Will, 10, Mark Casse, $200,840
13. Well Defined, 10, Kathy O’Connell, $172,970
14. Gray Attempt, 10, Jinks Fires, $135,000
15. Our Braintrust, 6, Cathal Lynch, $147,000
16. Code of Honor, 4, Shug McGaughey, $100,000
17. Network Effect, 4, Chad Brown, $90,000
18. Bankit, 4, Steve Asmussen, $80,000
19. Everfast, 4, Dale Romans, $74,635
20. Sueno, 4, Keith Desormeaux, $65,000
+ = Profiled as an A+ yearling on our 2017 Fasig-Tipton July Yearling Sales list.


EUROPEAN ROAD LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Non-Restricted Stakes Earnings
1. Royal Marine (IRE), 10, Saeed bin Suroor, $264,968
2. Magna Grecia (IRE), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $185,000
3. Mohawk (IRE), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $128,702
4. Japan (GB), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $75,316
5. Phoenix of Spain (IRE), 4, Charlie Hill, $157,944
6. Broome (IRE), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $140,871
7. Sydney Opera House (GB), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $40,956
8. Mount Everest (IRE), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $24,254
9. Anodor (FR), 2, Freddie Head, $99,215
10. Western Australian (IRE), 2, Aidan O’Brien, $43,084
11. Cape of Good Hope (IRE), 2, Aidan O’Brien, $41,515
12. Power of Now (IRE), 2, Michael O’Callaghan, $11,489
13. Boitron (FR), 1, Richard Hannon, $44,917
14. Victory Command, (IRE), 1, Mark Johnston, $35,108
15. Circus Maximus (IRE), 1, Aidan O’Brien, $24,368
16. Sovereign (IRE), 1, Aiden O’Brien, $5,106


JAPAN ROAD LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Earnings
1. Nova Lenda (JPN), 20, Takashi Saito, $446,285
2. f-Make Happy, 12, Koichi Shinkai, $184,181
3. Derma Louvre (JPN), 8, Hirofumi Toda, $447,672
4. Gal Vihara, 4, Kiyoshi Hagiwara, $216,271
2. Kingen (JPN), 4, Kunihide Matsuda, $97,867
3. Johaan (JPN), 2, Yasuyuki Takahashi, $72,900
4. Romantico (JPN), 1, Kazuo Fujisawa, $91,245

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® Tabbed Global Campaign, Standard Deviation, So Alive At 2017 Yearling Auction


Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® continues to show its prowess as a breeding, sales and racing analytical tool

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Impressive Allowance winner Global Campaign https://bit.ly/2SHebxp and Standard deviation are colts we profiled (https://bit.ly/2PlLilZ) at the 2017 yearling sales. Here's the video of Global Campaign:


So Alive, third-place finisher in Sam F. Davis Stakes, bumps our 2017 sales list to 16 horses that are performing well nationally and internationally.

Harvey Wallbanger (Hip 176): 1st Holy Bull Stakes (G2).

Standard Deviation (Hip 1630): 3rd Champagne Stakes (G1).

Current (Hip 1149): 1st Dixiana Bourbon Stakes (G3).

So Alive (Hip 543): 3rd Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3).

Dunph (Hip 114): 1st Spendthrift Juvenile Stallion Stakes. 3rd Remington Springboard Mile Stakes.

Five Star General (Hip 66): 1st Central Park Stakes.

(f)-Grandaria (Hip 1025): 3rd Silverbulletday Stakes.

(f)-Alexa Rose (Hip 719): 1st Matchbook/British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes; 2nd Ladbrokes Bet 5 Get 20 EBF Novice Stakes; 3rd in both the Inspire Racing Club British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes and Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost/British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes.

Dark Lochnagar (Hip 2709): 1st EBF ‘Double Trigger’ Novice Stakes.

Laafy (Hip 496): 2nd British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes.

Semoum (Hip 558): 1st Snooty Frox Ebf Novice Stakes.

Red Centre (Hip 460): 3rd Smarkets British EBF Novice Stakes.

Il Paradiso (Hip 201): 2nd British EBF Crown At Stowupland Novice Stakes.

Spanish Mission (Hip 433): 1st Bet totequadpot At totesport.com Conditions Stakes. 3rd totespool Cashback Club At totesport.com EBF Novice Stakes.

In addition, two horses have been running well in South Korea.

Thunder Blade has compiled a 1-2-0 record in four starts at Seoul Racecourse, South Korea: https://bit.ly/2T5bVwS. A dark bay gelding by Tale of Ekati out of Regally bred by A.P. Indy (Hip 3025), Thunder Blade has an A+ Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile®.

Curlin Time has compiled a 0-2-0 record in three starts at Busan Gyeongnam Racecourse Park, South Korea: https://bit.ly/2yJ8GDi. A chestnut colt by Curlin out of Inny Minnie by Hard Spun (Hip 1684), Curlin Time has an A Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile®.


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Friday, February 8, 2019

Sam F. Davis Stakes Racing Roundup


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The Road to the Kentucky Derby takes us to Florida, Saturday, where KNICKS GO will go to the starting gate as the 5-2 morning-line favorite in the 39th running of the $250,000 Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3) at Tampa Bay Downs. Post time is 5:25 ET.
Knicks Go comes into this race with a 2-1-1 record in six starts for trainer Ben Colebrook including an eleventh-place finish last out in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2) at Churchill Downs. Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

KNICKS GO tracked the pace early, shifted into the three path in the far turn and was empty down the lane.

The track was sloppy and time will tell if Knicks Go did not like the racing conditions because he had previously won the Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity Stakes (G1) and finished second in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Stakes (G1).
Paynter, the sire of Knicks Go, was a graded stakes winner that compiled a 4-4-0 record in 11 starts with $1,101, 924 in career earnings.
Paynter did no race until he was three years old and he compiled a 3-2-0 record in six starts with a graded-stakes win in the Haskell Invitational (G1). He finished second in The Cliff’s Edge Trial Stakes (G3) and the Belmont Stakes (G1).
As a four-year-old, Paynter was 1-2-0 in five starts with second-place finish in the San Diego Handicap (G2) and the Awesome Again Stakes (G1).
Knicks Go has a low F Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® but his Behavior Index makes him, potentially, competitive in this herd of runners. Knicks Go has been training well at Tampa Bay Downs and if he returns to previous form he should run a good race.
SO ALIVE (5-1) is a young colt we profiled as a yearling (Hip 543) at the 2017 Keeneland September Yearling Sale and he comes into this race with a 2-0-0 record in three starts for trainer Todd Pletcher. Here’s the video and chart call of his last race:

SO ALIVE was bumped at the start, raced three wide early, then settled close up three wide, bid three wide on the far turn, dueled with COUNTER OFFER into the stretch, responded at the furlong marker and drew clear, driving.

So Alive tracked the leaders throughout the backstretch then took the lead the far turn and pulled away to win by 1½ lengths.
Super Saver, the sire of So Alive, was a multiple graded stakes winner and Classic Champion Thoroughbred that compiled a 3-2-1 record in 10 starts with $1,889,766 in career earnings. In addition, he was my pick to win the 2010 Kentucky Derby.
As a two year old, Super Saver was 2-1-0 in four starts and finished his racing season with a win in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2) making him, along with Street Sense and Nyquist, among a select group of two year olds to win a major end-of-year prep race that went on to victory in the Derby.
As a three year old, Super Saver compiled a 1-1-1 record in six starts with a third-place finish in the Tampa Bay Derby (G3) and a gutsy second-place finish to Line of David in the Arkansas Derby (G1) in route to victory in the Kentucky Derby (G1).
As a stallion, Super Saver’s top-five, leading runners include Runhappy, Inside Straight, Competitive Edge, Embellish the Lace and Hedge Fund.
So Alive has an A Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® and he’s a half-brother to Vino Rosso who we also profiled at the 2016 Keeneland September Yearling Sale as a young horse (Hip 528) with stakes potential.
So Alive has been training well and a recent bullet work out could have him ready to take another step forward in his second start of the season.
FIVE STAR GENERAL (4-1) is another young colt we profiled as a yearling (Hip 66) at the 2017 Keeneland September Yearling Sale and he comes into this race with a 2-0-0 record in three starts for trainer Arnaud Delacour including a win in the Central Park Stakes. Here’s the video and chart call of his last race:

FIVE STAR GENERAL established control in short order, sailed along well rated in the two path, kicked well clear of the others before completing the run around the bend, got roused spinning into the lane, emerged at the eighth pole holding his largest advantage, saw it steadily cut into by the second place finisher but was able to stay safely in the clear.

Five Star General led from the start and looked good to win his first stakes race in “front running fashion” by 1 ¼ lengths.
Distorted Humor, the sire of Five Star General, was a multiple graded stakes winner that compiled an 8-5-3 record in 23 starts with $769,964 in earnings.
Distorted Humor made his first start in February of his three-year-old racing season and he did not run in the Kentucky Derby.
His first stakes win at the age of three was the Screen King Stakes and he finished the racing season with a third-place finish in the King’s Bishop Stakes (G2) and second-place finishes in both the Jerome Handicap (G2) and Fayette Stakes (G2).
As a four-year-old, Distorted Humor won the Salvator Mile Handicap (G3). He finished second in the Kentucky Cup Classic Handicap (G3) and he was third in the Philip H. Iselin Handicap (G2).
At the age of five, Distorted Humor won the Commonwealth Breeders’ Cup Stakes (G2), Churchill Downs Handicap (G2) and the Ack Ack Handicap (G3). In his last race, he finished third in the Cigar Mile (G1).
As a stallion, Distorted Humor has sired numerous graded stakes winners, including the classic champions Funny Cide, winner of the 2003 Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness Stakes (G1) and Drosselmeyer, winner of the 2010 Belmont Stakes (G1). Distorted Humor also is the grandsire of I’ll Have Another, winner of the 2012 Kentucky Derby (G1).
Five Star General has an A Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile®. He’s been training well at Tampa Bay Downs and a string of recent bullet work outs could have him ready to take a big step forward in his first start of the season.
KENTUCKY WILDCAT (9-2) comes into this race with a 1-0-1 record in three starts including a maiden win last December for trainer Thomas Albertrani. Here’s the video and chart call of that race:

KENTUCKY WILDCAT along the outside throughout, steadily advanced towards the front runners proceeding along the backstretch, departed it towards path three, was in reserve vying as the widest of three, moved up to take over as three-quarters was being completed, settled in and was given his cue, got hooked up in a duel with the runner up, drifted out a bit in the last eighth but dug in with determination to stay in the clear.

Kentucky Wildcat looked good to break his maiden on his third start and win by one half a length.
Tapit, the sire of Kentucky Wildcat, was a multiple graded stakes winner that compiled a 3-0-0 record in six starts with $557,300 in career earnings.
As a two-year-old, Tapit was undefeated in two starts including a win in the Laurel Futurity (G3).  Tapit was troubled by a lung infection for much of his three-year-old season but he did win the nine-furlong Wood Memorial Stakes (G1) in route to a ninth-place finish in the 2004 Kentucky Derby.
At stud, Tapit has sired numerous graded stakes winners including the Belmont Stakes (G1) champions Tapwrit (2017), Creator (2016) and Tonalist (2014).
Kentucky Wildcat, a home-bred of Godolphin, has an A+ Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® and he’s the best-bred colt in this herd of runners. He has room to improve in his first start of the season and a recent bullet work out could have him ready to run a good race.
Honorable mention goes to Still Dreaming (15-1) and Cave Run (6-1).


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A total of 35 prep races comprise the USA Road to the Kentucky Derby. In addition, there are seven races on the European road and four races on the Japan road to Derby glory.


2019 KENTUCKY DERBY LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Non-Restricted Stakes Earnings
1. Game Winner, 30, Bob Baffert, $1,460,000
2. Knicks Go, 18, Ben Colebrook, $656,085
3. Signalman, 18, Ken McPeek, $392,840
4. Gunmetal Gray, 18, Jerry Hollendorfer, $210,000
5. Long Range Toddy, 14, Steve Asmussen, $330,000
6. Mucho Gusto, 14, Bob Baffert, $210,000
7. Maximus Mischief, 12, “Butch” Reid, Jr., $171,100
8. Tax, 12, Danny Gargan, $167,500
9. Mind Control, 10, George Sacco, $295,000
10. Complexity, 10, Chad Brown, $275,000
11. Improbable, 10, Bob Baffert, $239,520
12. +Harvey Wallbanger, 10, Kenny McPeek, $208,320
13. War of Will, 10, Mark Casse, $200,840
14. Gray Attempt, 10, Jinks Fires, $135,000
15. Our Braintrust, 6, Cathal Lynch, $147,000
16. Code of Honor, 4, Shug McGaughey, $100,000
17. Network Effect, 4, Chad Brown, $90,000
18. Bankit, 4, Steve Asmussen, $80,000
19. Everfast, 4, Dale Romans, $74,635
20. Tight Ten, 4, Steve Asmussen, $67,900
+ = Profiled as an A+ yearling on our 2017 Fasig-Tipton July Yearling Sales list.


EUROPEAN ROAD LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Non-Restricted Stakes Earnings
1. Royal Marine (IRE), 10, Saeed bin Suroor, $264,968
2. Magna Grecia (IRE), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $185,000
3. Mohawk (IRE), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $128,702
4. Japan (GB), 10, Aidan O’Brien, $75,316
5. Phoenix of Spain (IRE), 4, Charlie Hill, $157,944
6. Broome (IRE), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $140,871
7. Sydney Opera House (GB), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $40,956
8. Mount Everest (IRE), 4, Aidan O’Brien, $24,254
9. Anodor (FR), 2, Freddie Head, $99,215
10. Western Australian (IRE), 2, Aidan O’Brien, $43,084
11. Cape of Good Hope (IRE), 2, Aidan O’Brien, $41,515
12. Power of Now (IRE), 2, Michael O’Callaghan, $11,489
13. Boitron (FR), 1, Richard Hannon, $44,917
14. Victory Command, (IRE), 1, Mark Johnston, $35,108
15. Circus Maximus (IRE), 1, Aidan O’Brien, $24,368
16. Sovereign (IRE), 1, Aiden O’Brien, $5,106


JAPAN ROAD LEADERBOARD

Ranking, total points, Trainer, Earnings
1. Nova Lenda (JPN), 20, Takashi Saito, $446,285
2. f-Make Happy, 12, Koichi Shinkai, $184,181
3. Derma Louvre (JPN), 8, Hirofumi Toda, $447,672
4. Gal Vihara, 4, Kiyoshi Hagiwara, $216,271
2. Kingen (JPN), 4, Kunihide Matsuda, $97,867
3. Johaan (JPN), 2, Yasuyuki Takahashi, $72,900
4. Romantico (JPN), 1, Kazuo Fujisawa, $91,245