Hello, my name is John Cherwa and welcome back to our horse racing newsletter as we give you the answers to questions you didn’t even think to ask.
The answer man is back in the house, and by man, I also mean woman. And you are in for a treat as our latest contributor, Jennie Rees, gives you an excellent tutorial on the finances of the game.
Those of us in the journalism game have admired Jennie’s work for a long time, mostly at the Louisville Courier-Journal. She’s a four-time Eclipse Award winner and currently heads JR Communications, which, no surprise, specializes in the racing industry. You should follow her on Twitter @Tracksidejennie. You won’t regret it.
When she says it, you can take it to the bank, which is why she was perfect to answer this question.
Craig Campbell asks: “I have always been curious about how trainers, jockeys and agents are paid. After winning a race, is there a standard formula for payment, or is it negotiated? If the horse doesn’t win, is there a compensation system for place, show or more?”
So, Jennie, how does it work?
“Let’s start with the trainers.
“In general, trainers get paid a certain amount of ‘day money’ every day for every horse in their care. It’s hard to say what is typical because it is a deal between the trainer and the owner, but the range might be from $65 on the low end to $100, $125, and a couple trainers might even get $150. The day money typically covers feed, hay, bedding and labor involved with a horse. Owners pay additional for the blacksmith (horses are typically shod once a month), veterinarian, vanning, stakes fees (if any) and stall rent, if any. Some trainers charge additional for vitamins and certain nutritional supplements and even for the special ‘vet wrap’ bandages they race in; some might include all that in the day money. I have heard of situations where trainers charge a higher day rate but then pay the veterinarian themselves.
“Trainers don’t make much money off day money, if any. Trainers make money off their commission on purse earnings.
“Typically trainers get a percentage of what their horse earns in a race if it finishes in the top three (sometimes they will get paid through fourth, and maybe some get a percentage of any money made). Again, it’s a deal between the owner and the trainer. The standard used to be 10%, and that’s still the number for many trainers. But bigger outfits often assess 11%, 12% and even 13% to use the extra money to ‘stake’ their key employees, such as an assistant trainer, exercise rider and/or groom.
“By the way, as with the jockey, the 10% (or whatever) comes off the gross of what the horse earns, not the net after the jockey, Lasix charges, racehorse aftercare per-race fees, stakes fees (if any) come out of the purse earnings. Keep in mind that most trainers won’t make anything — and will have expenses involved — if the horse finishes below third or fourth.
“These are all things a trainer can negotiate with an owner. Trainers also typically get a 5%-10% commission if an owner sells a horse that the trainer had, especially if it was sold for a profit. But that is optional on the owner’s part, not mandatory, unless spelled out in a contract. Some trainers also get paid commissions for buying horses for owners.
‘In my experience, most trainers bill their owners once a month.
“Jockeys: Jockey fees are based on the amount of the purse and are generally set by the racing regulators. Jockeys get 10% of what a winning horse grosses (versus the net after certain deductions are taken out) and 5% for second and third. Generally speaking, beyond that is what is known as a ‘losing jocks’ mount fee. However, there are exceptions. For instance, in Kentucky, the jockey of the fourth-place finisher also gets 5% of what the mount grosses in races worth at least $100,000. Below that, fourth place has a tiered fee based on purse. Fifth and below is the same whether you are fifth or 12th. However, it also is tiered based on purse. In Kentucky, that ranges from $60 for races up to $9,999 and $110 for races worth at least $100,000. Jockeys are free to enter into separate deals paying more with an owner. For instance, some nationally prominent jockeys will require a guarantee of the equivalent of second-place money — even if the horse is up the track — to commit to riding in an out-of-town stakes. Plus, their airfare and hotel and perhaps transportation.
“Jockeys generally get a check for all the money they have coming from the track once a week, which leads to agents.
“Jockey agents line up the mounts for a jockey and in return generally get 25%-30% of what the jockey makes. Again, that is a private deal between the jockey and the agent. In return, the agents take the abuse if they make a trainer mad by riding someone else’s horse. Agents get paid by the jockey, generally on a weekly basis, to my knowledge.”
Wow, lots of information and great look inside the business. Thanks, Jennie.
Now, reader Bryan Geyer asks: “What did they do with Native Diver's grave site? It was located behind the grandstand on the Hollywood Park grounds.”
For this, you can only go to Jon White, who not only is a great historian but also shares his weekly Derby Top 10. Plus, he does the morning-line at Santa Anita. So, what say you, Jon?
“The remains of Native Diver, the first three-time winner of the Hollywood Gold Cup and the first California-bred millionaire, were carefully moved to Del Mar from their location at what had been Hollywood Park's walking ring behind the grandstand. Eclipse Award winner Landaluce and
Thanks, Jon, looking forward to seeing your new Derby Top 10 after the three points races this weekend.
Santa Anita review
Dream Tree has run only four races, two of them graded stakes, but she’s looked like the best in all of them. On Sunday, she demolished a small field of six in winning the $200,000 Las Virgenes Stakes for 3-year-old fillies over 1 1/16 miles. She won by 3 ¾ lengths.
It’s a good stepping-stone race for success, as it was won by Unique Bella and Songbird the last two years. Dream Tree waited patiently a few lengths off the lead, then easily drew even with the leader entering the stretch and cruised to a win under a hand ride by Drayden Van Dyke.
“I thought she was fresh and she was getting a little excited on her way to the gate,” winning trainer
Dream Tree paid $2.60, $2.10 and $2.10.
“We’ve been working on her in the mornings and it’s worked out,” Van Dyke said. “I’ve been able to get her to relax and finish well so what else could you ask for?”
Big races review
A look at graded stakes or races worth more $100,000 or more on Sunday.
Santa Anita: Grade 2 $200,000 Las Virgenes Stakes, fillies 3 years old, 1 mile. Favorite: Dream Tree ($2.60 to win)
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Now, here are the stars of the show, Sunday’s results. We’ll be back on Thursday.
Santa Anita Charts Results for Sunday, February 4.
Copyright 2018 by Equibase Company. Reproduction prohibited. Santa Anita, Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California. 24th day of a 59-day meet. Clear & Firm
1 Mile Turf. Purse: $56,000. Allowance Optional Claiming. Fillies. 3 year olds. Claiming Price $75,000. Time 23.66 48.04 1:11.51 1:23.14 1:34.69
|5||Casino Red||120||5||5||7||6–1½||6–1||4–3½||3–hd||Van Dyke||3.40|
|6||Time to Play||120||6||3||4–hd||4–1||5–1||5–1||6–9||T Baze||54.90|
|5||CASINO RED (IRE)||3.00|
|$1 EXACTA (1-4)||$21.00|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (1-4-5-2)||$160.10|
|$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (1-4-5-2-3)||$523.70|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (1-4-5)||$43.50|
Winner–Californiagoldrush Ch.f.3 by Cape Blanco (IRE) out of Qaraaba (GB), by Shamardal. Bred by Alice Bamford (KY). Trainer: Neil D. Drysdale. Owner: Alice Bamford. Mutuel Pool $200,282 Exacta Pool $116,477 Superfecta Pool $42,795 Super High Five Pool $70,915 Trifecta Pool $66,864. Scratched–none.
CALIFORNIAGOLDRUSH saved ground stalking the pace, came out into the stretch, bid outside the runner-up past midstretch under some urging, gained the lead in deep stretch and gamely prevailed. SILKEN SPY sped to the early lead, angled in on the first turn and set the pace inside, fought back in deep stretch but could not quite match the winner late. CASINO RED (IRE) chased outside a rival, came in leaving the second turn, angled out in upper stretch and just got the show. RETRO stalked a bit off the rail then inside, came out some in the stretch and lost third late. MS PEINTOUR saved ground off the pace, steadied when crowded a quarter mile out, came out into the stretch and lacked a rally. TIME TO PLAY chased three deep into the first turn then outside a rival, came three wide into the stretch and weakened. KRISSYS MANICURE stalked outside a rival, dropped back between horses into the stretch, drifted to the inside and had little left for the drive. The stewards conducted an inquiry into the run leaving the second turn but made no change when they ruled the trouble to MS PEINTOUR did not alter the original order of finish.
5½ Furlongs. Purse: $18,000. Maiden Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $20,000. Time 22.10 45.79 58.98 1:06.14
|7||Thankful Every Day||122||6||1||1–½||1–1½||1–2||1–¾||Elliott||1.00|
|3||Awesome E K||122||3||5||4–5||4–7||2–2||2–4¼||Pena||31.00|
|7||THANKFUL EVERY DAY||4.00||2.80||2.20|
|3||AWESOME E K||12.80||6.20|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (1-7)||$14.40|
|$1 EXACTA (7-3)||$35.30|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (7-3-6-2)||$452.30|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (7-3-6)||$72.00|
Winner–Thankful Every Day B.c.4 by The Pamplemousse out of Thankfully, by Holy Bull. Bred by Howard & Janet Siegel Racing LLC (CA). Trainer: Eddie Truman. Owner: Howard and Janet Siegel Racing LLC. Mutuel Pool $133,148 Daily Double Pool $38,049 Exacta Pool $84,018 Superfecta Pool $42,616 Trifecta Pool $66,761. Scratched–Milhaud.
THANKFUL EVERY DAY had speed four wide then set a pressured pace outside a rival, inched away a bit off the rail on the turn, drifted in some in the final furlong and held under left handed urging. AWESOME E K close up stalking the pace outside a rival to the stretch, continued willingly late. DEFENSE MINISTER a bit slow to begin, dropped back outside a rival then off the rail, came three deep into the stretch and edged a foe late for third. ROYAL SEEKER settled a bit off the rail, came out in the stretch and was edged for the show. PURE PURSUIT had speed between foes then pressed the pace a bit off the rail, stalked along the fence on the turn and into the stretch and weakened late. ELEAZAR WARRIOR saved ground chasing the pace, came out some in upper stretch and also weakened.
6 Furlongs. Purse: $21,000. Maiden Claiming. 3 year olds. Claiming Price $30,000. Time 22.20 46.43 59.65 1:12.92
|2||Bright Autism Mind||122||2||1||2–hd||1–½||2–1½||1–nk||Maragh||2.50|
|6||Gem of a Guy||117||6||5||3–1||3–½||1–hd||3–7½||Roman||0.70|
|2||BRIGHT AUTISM MIND||7.00||5.40||2.60|
|6||GEM OF A GUY||2.10|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (7-2)||$25.40|
|$1 EXACTA (2-3)||$23.30|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (2-3-6-7)||$520.40|
|$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (2-3-6-7-1)||$2,578.90|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (2-3-6)||$26.65|
Winner–Bright Autism Mind Ch.c.3 by Sierra Sunset out of One Smart Devil, by Devil His Due. Bred by George Schmitt (CA). Trainer: Marcia Stortz. Owner: Johnny Taboada. Mutuel Pool $146,079 Daily Double Pool $20,251 Exacta Pool $95,403 Superfecta Pool $67,973 Super High Five Pool $6,118 Trifecta Pool $81,519. Scratched–none.
$1 Pick Three (1-7-2) paid $47.20. Pick Three Pool $54,182.
BRIGHT AUTISM MIND had good early speed and dueled a bit off the rail then inside on the turn, drifted out some a quarter mile out then angled back in, came off the rail in the stretch, fought back to a short lead under urging past midstretch and held gamely between foes. FABRICATION bobbled just after the start, saved ground stalking the pace, bid inside past midstretch and went willingly to the end. GEM OF A GUY had speed between horses to stalk the pace, continued a bit off the rail into and on the turn, came out three deep into the stretch, bid three wide in the drive to put a head in front, fought back outside the top pair late and was outgamed. PURE MOMENT stalked three deep then outside a rival on the turn, came out four wide into the stretch and weakened. LIGHTHOUSE BOOGIE sent inside early, chased a bit off the rail, came out leaving the turn, was fanned five wide into the stretch and also weakened. FIVETWENTYNINEFUND dropped back off the rail, went three deep on the turn and into the stretch and did not rally. GRAND AIR had good early speed off the rail, dueled outside the winner, was between horses into the stretch and weakened. AGRESSIVEBRAWLER chased outside a rival then just off the rail, was between foes midway on the turn, dropped back and gave way.
1 Mile. Purse: $200,000. 'Las Virgenes Stakes'. Fillies. 3 year olds. Time 23.22 46.68 1:11.73 1:25.16 1:39.45
|3||Dream Tree||124||3||4||3–1||3–1||2–1||1–2½||1–3¾||Van Dyke||0.30|
|5||Steph Being Steph||120||5||2||4–1½||4–2||3–2½||3–1½||3–1¼||Elliott||6.00|
|1||Thirteen Squared||120||1||3||1–1||1–1||1–1||2–hd||4–18||T Baze||5.20|
|2||She's No Drama||120||2||1||2–2½||2–3||5–10||5–12||5–13||Frey||22.10|
|5||STEPH BEING STEPH||2.20|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (2-3)||$11.80|
|$1 EXACTA (3-4)||$5.80|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (3-4-5-1)||$23.90|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (3-4-5)||$6.65|
Winner–Dream Tree B.f.3 by Uncle Mo out of Afleet Maggi, by Afleet Alex. Bred by Mike Freeny & Pat Freeny (KY). Trainer: Bob Baffert. Owner: Phoenix Thoroughbred III. Mutuel Pool $310,427 Daily Double Pool $24,705 Exacta Pool $110,261 Superfecta Pool $71,641 Trifecta Pool $90,676. Scratched–none.
$1 Pick Three (7-2-3) paid $18.60. Pick Three Pool $29,593.
DREAM TREE three deep into the first turn, stalked off the rail, moved up outside a rival on the second turn, took the lead alongside the pacesetter into the stretch, inched clear nearing midstretch and proved best under a couple left handed cracks off the whip and steady handling then a long hold late. EXUBERANCE off a bit slowly, angled in and saved ground chasing the pace, came out into the stretch, was three wide in deep stretch and edged a rival for the place. STEPH BEING STEPH four wide on the first turn, stalked off the rail, moved up inside on the second turn, came out into the stretch, split horses in deep stretch and was edged for second. THIRTEEN SQUARED sped to the early lead, set the pace inside, dueled into the stretch, was not a match for the winner in the drive and was outfinished late for a minor award. SHE'S NO DRAMA between horses early, stalked off the rail, dropped back leaving the second turn, drifted out into the stretch and weakened. HOLY DIVER broke out and a bit slowly, angled in and settled outside a rival, dropped back and found the inside on the second turn, came out in the stretch and gave way.
6½ Furlongs. Purse: $54,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies. 3 year olds. Time 22.08 45.25 1:10.76 1:17.43
|1||D D's Lute||122||1||6||2–hd||5–1||6–2½||5–4½||Pereira||11.10|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (3-3)||$52.60|
|$1 EXACTA (3-6)||$72.20|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (3-6-7-4)||$917.30|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (3-6-7)||$171.20|
|$1 X-5 SUPER HIGH FIVE (3-6-7-4-1)||Carryover $4,026|
Winner–Spring Lily Ch.f.3 by
$1 Pick Three (2-3-3) paid $144.10. Pick Three Pool $61,809. 50-Cent Pick Four (5/7-2-3-3) 733 tickets with 4 correct paid $182.05. Pick Four Pool $174,892. 50-Cent Pick Five (1-5/7-2-3-3) 371 tickets with 5 correct paid $1,182.20. Pick Five Pool $510,509.
SPRING LILY dueled three deep between foes then inside on the turn and into the stretch, inched clear under urging in midstretch and proved best. BROOME prompted the pace five wide on the backstretch and three deep on the turn and into the stretch and was clearly second best. WICKED STORM five wide early, stalked off the rail then outside rivals on the turn and three wide into the stretch and picked up the show. GRACIOUS ME had good early speed and dueled four wide between horses then angled in between foes on the turn and into the stretch, drifted inward in the drive and weakened. D D'S LUTE went up inside to duel for the lead, fell back some on the turn, came out a bit in the stretch and also weakened. CHICKATINI settled off the rail, went up four wide on the turn and three deep into the stretch and lacked a rally. WAMPUS had good early speed and dueled between horses, dropped back a bit off the rail on the turn, continued outside a rival into the stretch and had little left for the drive.
1 1/8 Mile Turf. Purse: $40,000. Starter Stakes. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $25,000. Time 22.71 46.11 1:09.54 1:33.52 1:45.91
|7||Comes the Dream||120||7||10||10||10||9–3||7–3||5–1½||Van Dyke||19.00|
|3||For Greater Glory||118||3||4||4–1½||5–½||6–2½||6–hd||6–2||Roman||19.30|
|8||Conquest Sabre Cat||122||8||3||5–hd||7–1½||7–1||9–2½||8–1½||Bejarano||10.30|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (3-2)||$103.80|
|$1 EXACTA (2-5)||$8.90|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (2-5-6-9)||$114.80|
|$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (2-5-6-9-7)||$612.00|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (2-5-6)||$19.05|
Winner–Aquaphobia B.h.5 by Giant's Causeway out of Pussycat Doll, by Real Quiet. Bred by Mr. & Mrs. M. Roy Jackson (KY). Trainer: Robert N. Falcone, Jr.. Owner: Drawing Away Stable. Mutuel Pool $331,768 Daily Double Pool $27,301 Exacta Pool $177,685 Superfecta Pool $91,536 Super High Five Pool $10,653 Trifecta Pool $124,597. Scratched–none.
$1 Pick Three (3-3-2) paid $92.40. Pick Three Pool $68,162.
AQUAPHOBIA between horses early, stalked inside, came out a bit into the stretch, rallied under urging and wore down the pacesetter late then held between foes. LAZZAM (GB) a bit slow into stride, saved ground chasing the pace, came out into the stretch and again in midstretch and finished willingly four wide on the line. URBAN BOURBON bobbled at the start, stalked off the rail, came out some into the stretch and also went on willingly between foes late. KRISTI'S COPILOT sped to the early lead, angled in and set the pace inside and held on well but was worn down late. COMES THE DREAM a bit slow to begin, settled just off the rail then inside, came out into the stretch and lacked the needed rally. FOR GREATER GLORY chased outside a rival, came out on the second turn and four wide into the stretch and could not offer the necessary response. ANY QUESTIONS chased inside then outside a rival on the backstretch, came out on the second turn and three wide into the stretch and lacked the needed late kick. CONQUEST SABRE CAT three deep into the first turn, chased outside a rival, came out into the stretch and did not rally. SANAVI four wide into the first turn, settled outside then alongside a rival, fell back off the rail on the second turn and lacked a further response. RYE PATCH angled in and saved ground stalking the pace to the stretch and weakened.
1 1/16 Mile. Purse: $21,000. Maiden Claiming. Fillies. 3 year olds. Claiming Price $30,000. Time 23.53 47.85 1:13.71 1:41.10 1:48.20
|4||All Net||122||4||7||4–hd||3–1½||2–2||2–8||2–4½||T Baze||2.20|
|2||Tisn't She Lucky||122||2||8||10||9–1½||9–5½||9–4||10||Blanc||41.50|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (2-7)||$61.20|
|$1 EXACTA (7-4)||$40.20|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (7-4-1-9)||$2,981.80|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (7-4-1)||$408.30|
|$1 X-5 SUPER HIGH FIVE (7-4-1-9-6)||Carryover $2,832|
Winner–Tapitha Bonita Grr.f.3 by Street Hero out of Tapitha, by Tapit. Bred by Myung Kwon Cho (CA). Trainer: Sal Gonzalez. Owner: Tricar Stables, Inc.. Mutuel Pool $264,658 Daily Double Pool $28,834 Exacta Pool $145,456 Superfecta Pool $74,445 Trifecta Pool $100,779 X-5 Super High Five Pool $3,713. Claimed–All Net by Jacobson Thoroughbreds LLC. Trainer: David Jacobson. Scratched–none.
$1 Pick Three (3-2-7) paid $1,027.70. Pick Three Pool $43,798.
TAPITHA BONITA dueled three deep then outside a rival, took the lead and kicked clear on the second turn, drifted then inward in the stretch and won clear. ALL NET stalked outside a rival then off the rail, came out into the stretch, angled in passing the eighth pole and was clearly second best. MISTY SLEW chased inside then between horses on the second turn, came out four wide into the stretch and picked up the show. MISCHIEVIOUS LASS a bit slow to begin, angled in and chased outside a rival, came out on the second turn and five wide into the stretch and bested the others. TAYLOREALSWIFT dueled between horses then stalked a bit off the rail, dropped back three deep between foes into the stretch and weakened. JINN WIN three deep early, angled in on the first turn and saved ground to no avail. ARTISTIC MINISTRY stalked a bit off the rail then outside a rival, came three wide into the stretch and weakened. VENICE angled in and dueled a bit off the rail then inside, dropped back on the second turn, came out into the stretch and also weakened. TIZSWIFT broke a bit slowly, settled off the rail, angled in some on the second turn, had little left for the drive and was eased in the final furlong. TISN'T SHE LUCKY bobbled some just after the start, settled a bit off the rail, gave way and was eased in the stretch.
7 Furlongs. Purse: $16,000. Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $8,000. Time 23.04 46.04 1:10.58 1:23.07
|5||Sense of Glory||121||4||4||1–1||1–1||2–1½||3–3¼||Gonzalez||5.10|
|4||Freddies Dream||121||3||2||8–1½||8–2||8–2½||4–ns||T Baze||5.40|
|1||South Texas Lingo||123||1||11||11||11||11||11||Desormeaux||2.60|
|5||SENSE OF GLORY||5.60|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (7-10)||$73.20|
|$1 EXACTA (10-11)||$23.50|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (10-11-5-4)||$723.50|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (10-11-5)||$101.80|
|$1 X-5 SUPER HIGH FIVE (10-11-5-4-6)||Carryover $9,275|
Winner–Kochees Ch.g.8 by Lion Heart out of Costume Girl, by Maria's Mon. Bred by Sun Valley Farm (KY). Trainer: Jonathan Wong. Owner: Herbertson, Scott and Madden, Duane. Mutuel Pool $297,356 Daily Double Pool $27,325 Exacta Pool $166,995 Superfecta Pool $81,951 Trifecta Pool $118,036 X-5 Super High Five Pool $8,444. Claimed–Freddies Dream by Jasmin, Bobby, Spaunhurst, Ed and Miyadi, Steve. Trainer: Steven Miyadi. Claimed–Chromium by Mark Glatt. Trainer: Mark Glatt. Claimed–South Texas Lingo by Gregory Garvin. Trainer: Steve Knapp. Scratched–Ajac.
$1 Pick Three (2-7-10) paid $134.00. Pick Three Pool $43,476.
KOCHEES stalked between horses, bid three deep into the turn then stalked again, re-bid alongside the pacesetter to take the lead into the stretch, inched away under some urging and won clear under steady handling. ROMAN TIZZY stalked outside, went four wide into the turn and three deep into the stretch and was clearly second best. SENSE OF GLORY sped to the early lead, set the pace a bit off the rail then inside, inched away again on the turn, battled inside the winner into the stretch and bested the others. FREDDIES DREAM saved ground chasing the pace, split rivals in deep stretch and lacked a rally. PULMARACK stalked off the rail, was between rivals into the stretch and weakened. WINNING CAUSEWAY was in a good position stalking the pace outside then three deep, came three wide into the stretch and also weakened. CHROMIUM chased outside a rival then inside on the turn and into the stretch and did not rally. THE NATURAL unhurried well off the rail early, angled in some for the turn, continued outside then three wide into the stretch and was not a threat. PRIVATE PROSPECT stalked a bit off the rail, bid between horses into the turn then stalked just off the inside to the stretch and weakened. AWESOME SILVER settled a bit off the rail, went between horses into the stretch and was not a factor. SOUTH TEXAS LINGO a bit slow into stride, settled inside then off the rail when well back throughout and was outrun.
About 6½ Furlongs Turf. Purse: $29,000. Maiden Claiming. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Prices $50,000-$40,000. Time 21.86 43.82 1:07.08 1:13.35
|5||Diva La Mousse||117||5||4||1–1½||1–1||1–½||2–hd||Roman||6.20|
|2||Tell Me More||122||2||7||4–1½||3–hd||3–3||3–2¾||Nakatani||2.90|
|1||Ib Prospecting||122||1||5||8–1||7–2½||8–4||5–½||Van Dyke||14.20|
|3||Time for Luck||122||3||10||10||10||7–hd||6–3½||Pena||34.20|
|10||Married by Now||122||9||9||9–2||9–½||9–½||9–4½||Pereira||59.90|
|8||My Party Girl||122||7||8||7–1||8–1||10||10||Bejarano||2.70|
|5||DIVA LA MOUSSE||6.40||4.00|
|2||TELL ME MORE||3.20|
|$2 DAILY DOUBLE (10-6)||$61.80|
|$1 EXACTA (6-5)||$42.30|
|$1 SUPERFECTA (6-5-2-4)||$1,070.40|
|$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (6-5-2-4-1)||$9,442.30|
|50-CENT TRIFECTA (6-5-2)||$103.65|
Winner–Paddy Jean Grr.f.4 by Paddy O'Prado out of St. Jean, by Macho Uno. Bred by J. Adcock & Hume Wornall (LA). Trainer: Vann Belvoir. Owner: Stuart Tsujimoto. Mutuel Pool $427,835 Daily Double Pool $125,622 Exacta Pool $232,834 Superfecta Pool $152,568 Super High Five Pool $47,359 Trifecta Pool $189,133. Scratched–Del Mar Diva.
$1 Pick Three (7-10-6) paid $299.50. Pick Three Pool $119,019. 50-Cent Pick Four (2-7-2/10-6) 856 tickets with 4 correct paid $636.00. Pick Four Pool $713,548. 50-Cent Pick Five (3-2-7-2/10-6) 8 tickets with 5 correct paid $28,528.30. Pick Five Pool $299,047. $2 Pick Six (3-3-2-7-2/10-6) 77 tickets with 5 out of 6 paid $238.60. $2 Pick Six Jackpot (3-3-2-7-2/10-6) 1 ticket with 6 correct paid $274,653.80. Pick Six Jackpot Pool $160,681.
PADDY JEAN stalked the pace just off the rail, bid outside the runner-up in the stretch, gained a slim advantage under left handed urging in deep stretch and held gamely between foes. DIVA LA MOUSSE sped to the early lead, set the pace a bit off the rail then inside, fought back along the fence in the stretch and continued willingly. TELL ME MORE saved ground stalking the pace, came out for room past midstretch and finished willingly three deep on the line. FOXTAIL chased inside to the stretch, continued along the rail and bested the others. IB PROSPECTING saved ground off the pace, came out some in the stretch and lacked the needed rally. TIME FOR LUCK bobbled at the start, settled off the pace inside, continued along the rail in the stretch and improved position. ARROWSPHERE stalked outside then alongside a rival, came three deep into the stretch and weakened. BISSOU BISSOU chased alongside a rival down the hill and into the stretch, came out in the drive and did not rally. MARRIED BY NOW settled outside then off the rail, came four wide into the stretch and was not a threat. MY PARTY GIRL chased outside then alongside a rival, came three deep into the stretch and weakened. Rail on hill at zero.
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