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TDN Feature Presentation GRADE 1 OGDEN PHIPPS HANDICAP Classic Corner Pasquier Replaces Dettori on Fantasia... Stephane Pasquier will take the ride on George LANE’S END IS THE LEADING CONSIGNOR Strawbridge=s Fantasia (GB) (Sadler=s Wells) in Sunday=s G1 Prix de Diane at OF 2009 GRADE 1 WINNERS Chantilly after committed Watch for consignments at FTK July, Saratoga, & Keeneland! to ride in Germany. Trainer Luca Cumani revealed the move after Godolphin con- SEPTET SET FOR OGDEN PHIPPS firmed the intention to run Peligroso (Fr) Seattle Smooth (Quiet American), perfect in two (Trempolino) in the same day=s G2 starts this season, will face a three-pronged challenge Oppenheim-Union-Rennen at Cologne. from Darley/Godolphin in Saturday s GI Ogden Phipps AWe had hoped to use Frankie again, but = Fantasia H. at Belmont Park. After attracting just five betting I believe he=s required by Godolphin on newmarketracecourses.co.uk interests, the $300,000 will be run as the fourth race that day so we have booked Stephane on the card, with a 2:36 p.m. post time. Seventh Street Pasquier,@ Cumani told Racing Post. Cont. p2 (Street Cry {Ire}) carried the Darley colors last out, when she romped by 5 3/4 lengths in the GI Apple Blossom H. at Oaklawn Apr. 4 for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, but the chestnut will be flying the Master Ready for Palace Test... Godolphin blue silks Saturday. Trainer Aidan O=Brien yesterday confirmed Seventh Street She is now trained by Saeed Mastercraftsman (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}) on course Coady Photography bin Suroor. The $1-million for Tuesday=s G1 St James=s Palace S. at Royal Ascot, FTFFEB juvenile earned a bul- where he will face a maximum of 12 rivals after yester- let for a half-mile in :47.24--the fastest of 107 workers day=s five-day stage. Derrick Smith, Susan Magnier and --Monday at Belmont. Click for the brisnet.com PPs. Michael Tabor=s G1 Irish 2000 Guineas hero may be joined by four stable companions, including the Saturday, Belmont Park G1 Poule d=Essai des Poulains and G1 Prix du Jockey- OGDEN PHIPPS H.-GI, $300,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/16m Club third Westphalia (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}). AHe=s PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT in good form and came out of the [Irish] Guineas very 1 My Dinah Victory Gallop Espinoza 113 well,@ O=Brien said. AWe=ve been very happy with him 2 Seattle Smooth Quiet American Dominguez 121 since and looking forward to it.@ Among his potential 3a Seventh Street Street Cry (Ire) Maragh 119 opponents are Jim and Jackie Bolger=s G1 Dewhurst S. 4 Color Me Up Aptitude Velasquez 114 winner Intense Focus (Giant=s Causeway), Poilin Good=s 5Nicksappealinglady Successful Appeal Prado 113 G1 2000 Guineas runner-up Delegator (GB) (Dansili 6a Music Note A.P. Indy Castellano 122 {GB}) and Cheveley Park Stud=s G3 Horris Hill S. scorer 7a Sea Chanter War Chant Velazquez 114 Evasive (GB) (Elusive Quality). Cont. p2

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Classic Corner cont. Royal Ascot Notes cont. O’Brien Waits on Derby Runners... to Take on ... Aidan O=Brien was in no hurry to name targets for his Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum=s Aqlaam weekend Classic runners after declaring himself Ahappy@ (GB) ( {GB}) has been given the green light with their efforts. Second, third, fourth and fifth in the by trainer William Haggas to take on Gladiatorus (Silic G1 Epsom Derby and third in the G1 Prix du Jockey- {Fr}) in Tuesday=s G1 Queen Anne S. at Royal Ascot. Club at Chantilly the following day, the Ballydoyle con- One of 10 entered in the mile contest, last year=s G3 ditioner is looking at a trio of races for the vanquished. Jersey S. winner will have to rebound from a poor AWe were obviously disappointed when we didn=t win, comeback effort when 10th in the G1 Juddmonte but we were very happy as well that all the horses ran Lockinge S. at Newbury last time May 16. AHe ran very well,@ O=Brien said. AAll those horses that ran in England rustily at Newbury, which was really in keeping with his and France are in the mix for the G1 Irish Derby [at The work which wasn=t bad, but wasn=t great either,@ Curragh June 28], G1 S. [at Sandown July 4] Haggas said. AHe=s been much sharper since, but and the new French Derby [July 14 G1 Grand Prix de whether he=s quite ready to win the Queen Anne, I Paris] over a mile and a half at don=t know. He=s certainly entitled to run and he will Longchamp.@ O=Brien refused to run well, I=m sure--he hasn=t trod a lame step this year be drawn on the question of so far, so it is more of a mental thing with him. That whether the pace of Saturday=s race has definitely done him good and, for the first time G1 Epsom Derby affected the last week, he pulled nicely clear of his lead horse, so chances of his main runners. AEv- that was positive.@ Godolphin are set to unleash their eryone has their opinion after the G1 Dubai Duty Free hero Gladiatorus on British soil, race, but the reality of it is we while the Lockinge runner-up Alexandros (GB) Racing Post photo won=t know what would have (Kingmambo) could join him in the line-up, or run in the happened if the circumstances following day=s G1 Prince of Wales=s S. Ahmed Ajtebi, had been different until three weeks= time at The who rode Gladiatorus in the Duty Free, will retain the Curragh--provided the horses are all healthy and well,@ mount in the Queen Anne, while Frankie Dettori will be added O=Brien. He also had thoughts on the fourth- aboard Godolphin=s Alexandros, according to Racing place finish of Rip Van Winkle (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) and Post. The contrasting yards of Sir Michael Stoute and continued, AHe is one of those very special horses who Stef Liddiard were responsible for two supplementary shows an unbelievably high cruising speed at home and entries at a cost of ,30,000 yesterday. Stoute added is very natural and that makes him a little bit different. Khalid Abdullah=s G3 John of Gaunt S. winner Main He finds a fifth gear very easily, but we think when the Aim (GB) (Oasis Dream {GB}), while relative minnow pace is muddling, he never really gets into that gear. Liddiard paid the fee for Friday=s G3 S. hero Johnny [Murtagh] said after Epsom he hit the line very Mac Love (GB) (Cape Cross {Ire}). Others of note in- well and it was frustrating, as he was only starting to clude Cheveley Park Stud=s duo Virtual (GB) (Pivotal get going. Hopefully, one day, he=ll get to show what {GB})--who comes into the race off the back of a win in he can really do.@ the Lockinge--and Cesare (GB) (Machiavellian), from the John Gosden and James Fanshawe yards, respectively; and The Calvera Partnership=s G1 Prix de la Foret win- ner (Ire) (Desert Style {Ire}).

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Royal Ascot Notes cont. Border Faces International Challenge... Last year=s G1 Nunthorpe S. winner Borderlescott (GB) (Compton Place {GB}) is set to take on a cluster of overseas raiders in Tuesday=s G1 King=s Stand S. at Royal Ascot. Runner-up in the G2 Temple S. at Haydock last time May 23, the seven-year-old was the subject of an upbeat bulletin from trainer Robin Bastiman this week. AAll being well, he goes there no matter what the ground is,@ Bastiman commented. AHe broke the track record at Newmarket and wants a fast- run race and a lead--the faster they go, the better he is and a stiff five [furlongs] is what he wants.@ Among the 19 remaining in the next leg of the Global Sprint Chal- lenge is the G1 Lightning S. hero Scenic Blast (Aus) (Scenic {Ire}), Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey=s Cannonball (Catienus) and Mythical Flight (SAf) (Jet Master {SAf}). Last year=s scorer Equiano (Fr) (Acclamation {GB}) will bid for back-to-back renewals for the Barry Hills stable, while Greek import Ialysos (Gr) (So Factual) will repre- sent the Luca Cumani stable following his win on his British debut in Haydock=s Listed Achilles S. last time May 30.

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Saturday, Churchill Downs STEPHEN FOSTER H.-GI, $600,000, 3yo/up, 1 1/8m PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT 1 Alphabet Magic Alphabet Soup Farina 113 2 Macho Again Macho Uno Albarado 117 3 Einstein (Brz) Spend a Buck Leparoux 124 4 Arson Squad Brahms Gomez 118 5 Researcher Two Smart Borel 118 6 Bullsbay Tiznow Rose 117 7 Asiatic Boy (Arg) Not for Sale (Arg) Garcia 122 8 Finallymadeit Concerto Nunez 118

Saturday, Hollywood Park CALIFORNIAN S.-GII, $250,000, 3yo/up, 1 1/8m (AWT) PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT 1Mr Napper Tandy (GB) Bahamian Bounty (GB) J Garcia 120 2 Mast Track Mizzen Mast Flores 116 3 Rail Trip Jump Start Valdivia Jr 116 4 Aitcho Stormy Atlantic Smith 116 5 Ukiah Unbridled=s Song Nakatani 116 6 Song of Navarone Sultry Song Espinoza 118 7 Informed Tiznow T Baze 116 8 Ball Four Grand Slam Talamo 120 9 Limestone Edge Cat Thief Rosario 116 10 Unusual Smoke Unusual Heat M Garcia 118 11 Dakota Phone Zavata Bejarano 116 12 Awesome Gem Awesome Again Solis 116 Saturday, Churchill Downs REGRET S.-GIII, $150,000, 3yo, f, 1 1/8mT Saturday, Churchill Downs PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT FLEUR DE LIS H.-GII, $200,000, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/8m 1 Excelente (Ire) Exceed and Excel (Aus) Mena 116 PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT 2The Best Day Ever Brahms Lanerie 116 1 Unforgotten Northern Afleet Albarado 115 3 Rena More Than Ready Gomez 116 4Satans Quick Chick Sky Mesa Rose 116 2 Distinctive Dixie Fusaichi Pegasus Castanon 114 5 Banker's Choice Canadian Frontier Borel 116 3 Miss Isella Silver Charm Borel 122 6 Oculuna Century City (Ire) Garcia 116 4 Santa Teresita Lemon Drop Kid Gryder 121 7 Hot Cha Cha Cactus Ridge Castanon 116 5 Copper State Jump Start Bridgmohan 115 8 Super Poni Volponi Farina 116 6 Temple Street Street Cry (Ire) Leparoux 113 9 Keertana Johar Albarado 116 7 French Kiss Hussonet Johnson 113 10 Prytania Royal Academy Leparoux 116 8 Swift Temper Giant=s Causeway Gomez 117 11 Kiss Mine Mineshaft Court 116 9 Kiss With a Twist Lemon Drop Kid Mena 115 Saturday, Churchill Downs Saturday, Churchill Downs S.-GIII, $100,000, 3yo, 1 1/16m JEFFERSON CUP S.-GII, $150,000, 3yo, 1 1/8mT PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT 1 Omniscient Pulpit Albarado 116 1 Advice Chapel Royal Gomez 117 2 Successful Dan Successful Appeal Leparoux 116 2 Jake Wil Gallop Victory Gallop Collier 117 3 Warrior's Reward Medaglia d=Oro Borel 116 3 No Inflation Repriced Albarado 117 4 Dumar Maria=s Mon Bridgmohan 116 4 Florentino (Jpn) Swept Overboard Garcia 117 5 Final Judgement Northern Afleet Gryder 116 5 El Crespo A.P. Indy Leparoux 121 6 Broad Stone Birdstone Rose 116 6 Har D Boy Johar Bridgmohan 117 7 Parade Clown Distorted Humor Mena 116 7 Bruce N Autumn Lemon Drop Kid Mena 117 8 Gresham Seeking the Gold Gomez 116 P TDN HEADLINE NEWS • 6/11/09 • PAGE 5 of 7

Saturday, Hollywood Park Class Test for Patricia’s Gem... ROUND TABLE H.-GIII, $100,000, 3yo/up, 1 3/4mT Patricia=s Gem (Mineshaft), perfect in three starts PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT since returning from an 18-month hiatus, will be tested 1 Obrigado (Fr) Enrique (GB) Rosario 119 for class in the July 11 GII Royal Her- 2 Leesider Bertrando T Baze 114 oine S. at Hollywood Park, according 3 Plug Me In Hold for Gold M Garcia 115 to Daily Racing Form. Acquired by 4 Porfido (Chi) Mash One (Chi) Flores 119 B. Wayne Hughes for a sale-topping 5 Zappa Afternoon Deelites Smith 116 $1.75 million at KEEAPR in 2007, the bay filly was sidelined following a close third at Santa Anita in October of that year. AShe injured her pelvis," Racing trainer Richard Mandella told DRF. AIt lit up on a scan, we gave her four months, and it bothered her again, so Round-Up we gave her another four months.@ Richard Mandella She graduated Apr. 1 in a downhill Horsephotos Summer Bird to Haskell? sprint and has subsequently paired up Daily Racing Form is reporting that Summer Bird allowance scores going a mile on the turf at Hollywood (Birdstone) will point for the $1-million GI Haskell Invita- May 2 and June 7. "She's got loads of talent and is tional at Monmouth Aug. 2. The GI Belmont S. hero gorgeous to look at," Mandella added. AShe's got a lot returned to his Louisiana going for her. I'm sure it will be tougher, but it's time to Downs base Tuesday night. try.@ AHe looks great,@ trainer Tim Ice told DRF. AThe shipping REINSTATED: The GIII Hill Prince S. at Belmont June 5, and the race took nothing out automatically downgraded of him. He=s carrying his when it was rained off the weight real good." After the turf, has been reinstated as a Haskell, the Jayaraman Grade III event by the Ameri- homebred is expected to con- test the $1-million GI Travers can Graded Stakes Committee. Summer Bird at Belmont S. at Saratoga Aug. 29. Kent The winner was J “TDN Ris- Horsephotos Desormeaux, who secured his ing Star” J Despite the Odds first Belmont win aboard the (Speightstown). Affirmatif (Un- chestnut, will have the call in both races. bridled=s Song) and Dubinsky (Toccet) finished second and Coglianese photo Kelly Leak Nearing Return... third, respectively. Kelly Leak (Runaway Groom), sidelined with an ulcer Click for the brisnet.com chart or video, sponsored by on his epiglottis after winning Taylor Made. the Sunland Derby Mar. 29, will make his comeback in the OMISSION: Sue Finley neglected to insert the second- GIII H. at Hollywood crop sire table to which Bill Oppenheim referred in his Park June 20, Daily Racing Form column in Wednesday=s TDN. The complete column, reports. The bay colt breezed with the table, may be accessed in our columnists= seven panels in 1:27.40 at Santa archive by clicking here. Anita Sunday. AHe got a little Kelly Leak tired--he was blowing,@ trainer Coady Photography Mike Machowsky told Daily Rac- ing Form. ABut he hasn't run in three months.@ Among the three-year-olds Kelly Leak defeated in New Mexico were Mythical (Congaree), next-out winner of the GIII Lone Star Derby; and Mine That Bird (Birdstone), who upset the GI Kentucky Derby in his subsequent start. Machowsky indicated that his charge would likely ship east after the Breeding industry in danger, too Affirmed, for either the $1-million GI Haskell Invitational Jennie Rees, Louisville Courier-Journal at Monmouth Park Aug. 2 or the $750,000 GII West New schedule would mean more drama Virginia Derby at Mountaineer Aug. 1. Pat Forde, espn.com P TDN HEADLINE NEWS • 6/11/09 • PAGE 6 of 7

(859) 873-7300 [email protected] www.lanesend.com Fillies race against colts on a regular basis in Europe, but when it happens in the U.S., it cre- ates some controversy. How do you feel about fillies competing against colts?

Garrett Gomez, Eclipse Award-winning jockey: AIf it=s that talented an individual, I don=t think sex has a whole lot to do with it. It=s some- thing that=s done quite often in Eu- rope, so I don=t see that there=s any- thing wrong with it. In the U.S., it=s done more so with two-year-olds than later in their careers. As two-year-olds, most of the time the fillies are better than the colts. As the colts grow, they get stronger and faster and better, but as younger horses I think the fillies probably mature a little faster. But it=s all about the competitor and the animal. If they=re competitive enough and good enough, so bet it."

Nadia Sanan, Padua Stables: AIn my opinion the >controversy= of fillies racing against the colts per se is amplified or almost sensationalized in the U.S. me- dia because it does not happen so much over here. I think, though, as Ra- chel Alexandra and have re- cently proven over here, or Ouija Board has proven in Europe, when the filly is capable and talented enough, and is conditioned correctly by the trainer for that race, she should be able to be competitive, and it wouldn=t bother me in the least.@

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Helen Alexander, owner/breeder: AWe raced Althea against the colts as a two-year-old and at three, so we obviously never had any problems with it. And in fact, there never really was any contro- versy over here until [Eight Belles] broke down last year. Typically, you=ll see fillies face males on the turf over here, but you=ll see it on the dirt on occasion. Angel Cordero Jr., Hall of Fame Jockey: When they race fillies against colts in Europe, it=s al- I think if they are talented enough, I don't see any- ways the best fillies, and they=re capable of handling thing wrong with it. I saw that a lot in Puerto Rico the competition. If you have a superior filly, it=s a mat- before I came to the U.S. and we see it a lot in Europe. ter of handicapping the race and seeing if she belongs Why can they do it in Europe, against males.@ but they can't do it over here? I don=t see it happening on an ev- Frank Brothers, Retired Trainer: eryday basis, but if she is good AI think the controversy has probably only been enough, why not? If I trained, I brought up recently because of Eight would never hesitate to run a Belles. I have no problem with fillies filly against the boys if she is competing against colts. I=ve done it good enough and she could be before in my career, and have had competitive. some luck doing it. Obviously in Europe The fact is, when fillies do it=s done every day. I think especially have the opportunity to run against the colts, they with the younger horses, with the two- often beat them. People think they get hurt running and three-year-olds, that the fillies are against colts, but they get hurt running against their a lot more mature than the colts. If the own sex, too. That's just part of being an athlete. owner and the trainer are on the same Horses, like people, can get hurt. Baseball players get page, and the filly has a lot of ability, I hurt, fighters get hurt and football players get hurt. A think it=s fine.@ racehorse's job is to run, and unfortunately, when they do that, they can hurt themselves sometimes. The fillies are generally lighter than the colts, and they will give What did you think you all they've got regardless whether they are running about fillies competing against colts or fillies. For that reason, you don't want them to race against the boys all the time, but if it's the against colts? right race, the right distance and the right track, I don't Click here to send us your thoughts see anything wrong with it. Also, the big ones are going to be able to take it, because they are born to take the training and to run UPCOMING MAJOR NORTH AMERICAN STAKES hard. We just make excuses, because we don't want to see them get hurt, but when we put it all together and Date Race Track look at it from every angle, when they have to run that fast--boys or girls--they may get hurt. Speed is what June 13 GI Ogden Phipps H. BEL hurts. GI Stephen Foster H. CD I've ridden a lot of fillies that beat the colts. Waya GII Fleur de Lis H. CD (Fr) defeated the colts [in the 1978 GI] Man o=War S. GII Jefferson Cup CD Relaxing, the dam of Easy Goer, beat the colts [in the GII The Californian HOL 1980 GII Gallant Fox H. and the 1981 Assault H.] She GIII Northern Dancer S. CD was really outstanding. And so did Drum Top [1970 GIII Regret S. CD Canadian International and 1971 Bowling Green H.] GIII Round Table H. HOL When they're little babies, the boys and girls run to- June 14 GIII Poker H. BEL gether. The strongest fillies can play with the boys, and June 20 GII New York H. BEL the little ones have to play with the girls. Some of the GII Colonial Turf Cup CNL fillies are just built stronger and bigger than the others. GIII All Along BC S. CNL Look at Zenyatta and Rachel Alexandra. They are really GIII Affirmed H. HOL BIG fillies. They are not little, like Open Mind, who was GIII Obeah S. DEL a lot more delicate. Let's be honest, even if you have a June 21 GIII Cinema H. HOL champion filly, you probably woudn't want to run her GIII Highlander S. WO against horses like Secretariat, , Affirmed or GIII Singspiel S. WO Seattle Slew, but those horses don't come along every Queen’s Plate WO day.


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CLAY REAPPOINTED TO NTRA BOARD The Thursday, Hollywood Park National Racing Association has an- CINDERELLA S., $70,000, 2yo, f, 6 1/2f nounced that Robert N. Clay has been reappointed to PP HORSE SIRE JOCKEY WT its Board of Directors to represent The Jockey Club at a 1 Nana Boo Freespool Delgadillo 120 meeting last week in New York. Clay, owner of Three 2Champagne d’Oro Medaglia d=Oro Garcia 115 Chimneys Farm, was an original member of the Board. 3 Southern Fireball Southern Image Bejarano 120 4 Ridemetothemoon Malibu Moon M Baze 117 He replaces Alan Marzelli. AWe are deeply appreciative of Alan's tireless service to the NTRA, and for his many 5 Well Deserved Cactus Ridge Rosario 120 6 Repo In Excess (Ire) Nakatani 120 outstanding contributions," said Alex Waldrop, NTRA=s president and CEO. "We are fortunate to have Robert 7 Gale Schoonover Memo (Chi) Stra 117 Clay available to take Alan's place, and we welcome Click for brisnet.com pps. the experience and dedication that his return to the Board will bring us." It was also revealed that Turfway Park President Robert N. Elliston was re-elected as NTRA=s Executive Chairman of the Board, and will con- tinue to serve on the Board as the representative for independently owned racetracks in the Midwest.

EMIRATES RENEWS BC SPONSORSHIP Emirates Airline has renewed its sponsorship of the Breeders= 1:17p 2nd-CDX, $50,200, Alw, NW2L, 2yo, 5f Cup at the Premier Partner level it was announced HRTV Westrock Stables’s SOUNDMAN (Songandaprayer) makes yesterday. Emirates, the official commercial airline of his first start since being named a J “TDN Rising the championship event, will once more be the title Star” J following a 7 3/4-length maiden romp at Churchill sponsor of the $2-million GI Breeders= Cup F/M Turf and May 22. The D Wayne Lukas trainee was runner-up behind the $3-million GI Breeders= Cup Turf. This year=s Breed- Flatter Than Me (Flatter) in his Apr. 29 debut, and that rival ers= Cup will take place at Santa Anita Nov. 6-7. breaks from the rail in his second start. Western Smoke "Emirates is pleased to announce today our continued (Smoke Glacken) , a debut winner at Keeneland Apr. 16, is commitment to the sport of horse racing in America coming off a fourth-place effort in the Apr. 30 GIII Kentucky and around the world,@ said Nigel Page, Emirates' senior Juvenile S. for trainer Steve Asmussen. brisnet.com pps vice president. ABoth the Breeders' Cup Turf and the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf are two of the 3:57p 7th-CDX, $48K, Msw, 2yo, 5f HRTV DUBLIN (Afleet Alex world's most prestigious races and we are very excited D. Wayne Lukas sends out firster ), a to be associated with them.@ Page added, ANorth Amer- $525,000 KEESEP yearling for Robert Baker and William ica is a hugely important market to Emirates, we are Mack. The chestnut is out of GISW Classy Mirage (Storm Backtalk (Smarty Jones) currently operating non-stop flights to Dubai from New Bird). , a half brother to MGSW Bsharpsonata (Pulpit), makes his first trip to the post for trainer York, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and To- Congar (Congaree) ronto. Our daily Los Angeles service will offer racing Tom Amoss and Gold Mark Farm. is fans from the Middle East and Asia an easy route to coming off a second behind Soundman in his May 22 debut for trainer Tim Hamm. brisnet.com pps Santa Anita Park to be part of the Breeders' Cup experi- ence.@ As part of the new agreement, Emirates has also 4:24p 9th-MTH, $38K, Msw, 3yo, 1 1/16m become an official sponsor of Belmont Park, Woodbine, TVG Shadwell Stable’s NAFATH (Smarty Jones) , a $425,000 Lone Star Park, Sam Houston Race Park, Del Mar Race KEENOV weanling, debuts for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. The Track and Emerald Downs, and will sponsor a race at colt is a half to GISW Bevo (Prospectors Gamble) and GSW each of those venues later this year. It is also the title Moonlight Sonata (Carson City), the dam of GSW Beethoven Cary Away (Unbridled’s Song) sponsor of ESPN=s Emirates Airline Summer Racing (Sky Mesa). Darley’s , a half Series presented by NTRA, which will consist of three to MGISW Congaree (Arazi), looks to get on track in his sixth nationally televised programs from Del Mar, Arlington outing for Todd Pletcher. brisnet.com pps and Saratoga. "Emirates continues to be an outstanding brisnet.com pps partner of the Breeders' Cup and a great supporter of Thoroughbred racing in North America," said Greg Avioli, Breeders' Cup president and CEO. "The Emirates TDN TODAY expansion of its sponsorship is a testament to its com- Around the World...... 7 pages mitment to our sport.@ P TDN AROUND THE WORLD • 6/11/09 • PAGE 2 of 7

H N E W Y O R K H H E A S T H Yesterday=s Results: Yesterday=s Results: 8th-BEL, $49,000, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($75,000), NW3X, 8th-MTH, $52,000, Alw, NW2X, (S), 3yo/up, f/m, 6f, 3yo/up, 1m, 1:35 1/5, gd. 1:08 2/5, gd. 1--COAL PLAY, 120, c, 4, Mineshaft--Wiscasset, by EVER ALWAYS (f, 3, Mr. Nugget--Judge's Song, by S. ($280,000 yrl '06 KEESEP). O-Robert V Saint Ballado), who earned her first win via disqualifica- LaPenta; B-Emory A Hamilton (KY); T-Nicholas P Zito. tion in June 2008, returned to win her second outing Lifetime Record: SW & GISP, 13-4-2-1, $356,708. over track and trip May 16. The prohibitive 1-20 favor- 2--Mister Triester, 120, g, 6, Old Trieste--Scatter the ite, a well-held second early, powered to the lead on Crowd, by Prospector's Music. ($85,000 yrl '04 the turn and stormed clear to win by 15 1/4 lengths. KEESEP; $135,000 2yo >05 BESMAR). Video, sponsored by Taylor Made. Lifetime Record: 3--Reptilian Smarts, 123, h, 5, Include--Forever Young, 3-3-0-0, $89,400. by Shadeed. ($59,000 yrl '05 KEEJAN; $30,000 2yo O/B-Dennis A Drazin (NJ). T-Jason Servis. >06 OBSMAR; $45,000 RNA yrl '05 FTKJUL). Margins: 7 1/4, 1 3/4, 4 1/4. Odds: 3.40, 2.25, 1.60. 5th-DEL, $39,750, Msw, 2yo, 5f, :58 2/5, ft. Coal Play, second behind Big Brown (Boundary) in BELLISSIMA LUNA (c, 2, Malibu Moon--Easy Action last year=s GI Haskell Invitational, romped by 7 1/2 {SP, $149,840}, by Crafty Prospector) offered a mild lengths in Monmouth=s Sept. 28 Majestic Prince S. late rally to finish fifth at this track in his May 20 bow. before ending the season with an eighth-place effort in The even-money choice gained the lead soon after the the Oct. 24 GIII Pegasus S. at the Meadowlands. The start, set fractions of :22.53 and :46.22 and reported bay resurfaced with a tired seventh-place effort in an home an unchallenged 3 1/2-length victor. Royal Troon Apr. 26 optional claimer at Churchill Downs. Coal Play (Graeme Hall) was second. The winner, a half-brother set a measured pace, opened a clear lead in upper to Kong=s Revenge (Dixie Union, GSP), was a $190,000 stretch and sailed home an easy winner. Video, spon- OBSFEB juvenile who RNA=d at $325,000 as a FTKJUL sored by Taylor Made. yearling. Zapster (Ghostzapper) was scratched. Video, sponsored by Taylor Made. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-0, 7th-BEL, $53,000, Alw, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, 7fT, $23,940. 1:24 4/5, yl. O-Florence Patitucci. B-Gulf Coast Farms LLC (KY). HOT MONEY (g, 3, Not For Love--Smoldering, by Sultry T-Juan C Vazquez. Song), a dull seventh over a sloppy Aqueduct main track in his debut last November, graduated by a half- The brisnet.com >Race of the Day= is the length in his turf bow at Belmont May 2. Sent off the 8th Race, $45,000 Allowance, at Belmont. 2-1 favorite, the chestnut gelding was pinched back at For pps and a complete race analysis, click here. the break and settled near the back of the pack. Stead- ied behind a wall of horses turning for home, Hot Money swung to the outside and closed strongly to get his head in front of Key Victory (Western Expression). Video, sponsored by Taylor Made. Lifetime Record: -MSW at 2 3-2-0-0, $56,540. -Brilliant 3-year-old O-Susan & Charles Harris. B-Charles E Harris (NY). -First-crop weanlings sold T-Christophe Clement. for $160,000, $140,000, etc.

9th-BEL, $53,000, Msw, 3yo/up, 7fT, 1:23 3/5, yl. Look for first-crop yearlings COURAGEOUS CAT (c, 3, Storm Cat--Tranquility Lake at Fasig-Tipton July {GISW, $1,662,390}, by Rahy), fourth over course and trip in his unveiling last September, resurfaced with a Colts: 33, 71, 92 fourth-place effort over Gulfstream=s main track Fillies: 64, 76, 84 Mar. 28 and was a well-beaten runner-up in a Belmont www.winstarfarm.com off-the-turf special weight May 3. The 2-1 favorite chased the early leaders, forged to the lead on the turn 8th-BEL (OC/NW3X) Coal Play (Mineshaft) sails to and opened up a three-length advantage before holding victory. sway to best Peace Wine (Cuvee) by 1 1/4 lengths. 9th-BEL (Msw) Regally bred Courageous Cat (Storm Courageous Cat is a full brother to After Market Cat) holds on. (MGISW, $903,685) and Jalil (SP-US & GSW-UAE, 5th-DEL (Msw) Bellissima Luna (Malibu Moon) $327,198). Video, sponsored by Taylor Made. Click for graduates at second asking. the brisnet.com chart. Lifetime Record: 4-1-1-0, $44,950. 8th-MTH (NW2X) Ever Always (Mr. Nugget) romps O/B-Pam & Martin Wygod (KY). T-William I Mott. home to remain unbeaten. P TDN AROUND THE WORLD • 6/11/09 • PAGE 3 of 7

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IN BRITAIN: Ezdeyaad, g, 5, Lemon Drop Kid--August Storm (MSW & GSP, $189,154), by Storm Creek. Haydock Park, Britain, 6-10, Hcp, 4yo/up, 1m 30ydsT. B-Caldara Farm. *$300,000 yrl >05 KEESEP; 1,800gns HIT >06 DONNOV. **Full to Break Water Edison, GSW, $143,880. Toshi, g, 7, Kingmambo--Majestic Role (Fr) (SW-Ire, G1SP-Fr, SP-Eng), by Theatrical (Ire). Chester, Britain, 6-9, Hcp, 4yo/up, 12f 66ydsT. B-Tom Wilson. First-crop starters to watch: Thursday, June 11 *200,000gns yrl >03 TATHOU; 8,000gns HIT >04 Sire (Sire’s Sire), Farm, 2005 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/BlackTypeWnrs DONHIT. *1/2 to Aiglonne (Silver Hawk), GSW-Fr, Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available) GSP-US, $139,218. AFLEET ALEX (Northern Afleet), Gainesway, $40K, 138/0/0 7-CD, Msw, 5f, +Dublin, $525K KEE SEP yrl, 15-1 IN ITALY: BWANA CHARLIE (Indian Charlie), Sequel FL, $7K, 47/2/0 +Black Kajal, f, 2, Songandaprayer. See AItaly.@ 2-BEL, Msw, 5f, +Perserverance, $45K OBS FEB 2yo, 8-1 7-CD, Msw, 5f, +Horst, $47K KEE NOV wnl, 12-1 IN PERU: CONSOLIDATOR (Storm Cat), Darley, $20K, 102/4/0 Peruvian Boy, c, 3, Matty G--Western Curtsey, by 2-CD, Alw, 5f, Dp the Facilitator, $40K KEE SEP yrl, 5-1 Gone West. Hipodromo de Monterrico, 6-6, Cond, MOBIL (Langfuhr), Windfields, $7K, 58/0/0 1600m, 1:38.20. Lifetime Record: 6-3-0-1, S5,600. 3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Mobthewarrior, $22K CAN SEP yrl, 10-1 O-Stud Myrna; B-Phillips Racing Partnership (KY); 3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, Mobil Unit, 4-1 3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, Grand Mobil, $1,000 CAN NOV wnl, 12-1 T-Jorge Salas. 3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, Evangelist, 20-1 Tadeo, g, 4, Gold Case--Diamonds to Me (SP-US), by MR. JESTER (Silver Deputy), Colebrook, 28/0/0 Belong to Me. Hipodromo de Monterrico, Peru, 6-7, 3-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, +Regal Jester, $8K CAN SEP yrl, 6-1 Hcp, 8f, 1:39.80. SW-Per; Lifetime Record: 17-6-2-5. SAINT LIAM (Saint Ballado), Lane's End, $50K, 98/0/0 O-Stud Myrna; B-Louis J Roussel; T-Jorge Salas. 2-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, Battle Royal, 3-1 *$2,500 yrl 06 KEEJAN. **1/2 to Deeveetee SOUTHERN IMAGE (Halo's Image), Taylor Made, $15K, 94/2/0 (Doneraile Court), SP, $137,114. ***GSP-Per. 7-HOL, Stk, 5 1/2f, Southern Fireball, $75K BAR MAR 2yo WILDCAT HEIR (Forest Wildcat), Taylor Made, $10K, 122/5/0 IN BRAZIL: 2-WO, Msw, 4 1/2f, Always Wildcatin', $55K FTF FEB 2yo, 2-1 Indian Tiger, f, 3, Hold That Tiger--Carolïs Memories, by Broad Brush Gavea, 6-8, Cond, 1100m, 1:07.09. First/Second-crop starters to watch: Thursday, June 11 Lifetime Record: 2-2-0-0. O-Haras Anderson; Sire (Sire’s Sire), Farm, 2005 Fee, #foals of racing age/Winners/BlackTypeWnrs Race #-track, race type, distance, runner, odds (if available) B-Anderson Inc; T-Ad. Menegolo. EAVESDROPPER (Kingmambo), Walmac, $8K, 98/13/0 +Go True, f, 3, Yes It=s True--Go Go (MGSW, 2-BEL, Msw, 5f, +Tapaline, $45K SAR AUG yrl, 4-1 $625,565), by Falstaff. Gavea, 6-8, Mdn, 1100m, MEDAGLIA D’ORO (El Prado {Ire}), Stonewall, $35K, 251/42/7 1:07.58. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0. O-Haras das 7-HOL, Stk, 5 1/2f, Champagne d'Oro, $210K KEE SEP yrl Estrelass; B-Southshore Stables LLC (KY); T-R.M. READ THE FOOTNOTES (Smoke Glacken), Sequel NY, $9K, Lima. *$67,000 yrl >07 KEESEP. **1/2 to Cham- 108/23/1 pagne Taste (Distorted Humor), SW, $115,399. 2-BEL, Msw, 5f, +Notably Made, 15-1 SMARTY JONES (Elusive Quality), Three Chimneys, $100K, 162/26/1 9-MTH, Msw, 1 1/16m, +Nafath, $425K KEE NOV wnl, 6-1 7-CD, Msw, 5f, +Backtalk, $250K KEE SEP yrl, 6-1

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Yesterday=s Results: Hamilton Park, 19.10, Mdn, ,7,000, 2yo, 6f 5ydsT, 1:12.60, gd/fm. +LEVIATHAN (GB) (c, 2, Dubawi {Ire}--Gipsy Moth BONUS SCHEME UNVEILED The Racing Post yes- {GB} {SW-Ger}, by Efisio {GB}) started at 11-2 and terday announced that it is sponsoring a new incentive broke well to shade the early advantage over the well- which will provide a ,2-million bonus to buyers of year- touted even-money favorite Loveinthesand (Ire) lings in 2009. The scheme, which has been constructed (Footstepsinthesand {GB}). Professional where his chief by a group of yearling vendors, will see the winners of rival was green, he dug in when strongly pressed on nominated maiden two-year-old races gain an extra the uphill climb to the line and had a half-length margin ,10,000, with up to 200 races covered in the Racing there. Leviathan is the third winner for his freshman sire Post Yearling Bonus. It will apply to any yearling en- (by Dubai Millennium {GB}). The ,22,000 DONAUG tered at a British or Irish sale between the start of Au- yearling is a half to Illustrious Blue (GB) (Dansili {GB}), gust to Dec. 15, with vendors paying ,500 into the SW & MGSP-Eng, $375,886. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, Bonus account for each horse and covers the sales ,4,533. companies Brightwells, DBS, Goresbridge, Goffs, O-Paul Moulton; B-Laundry Cottage Stud Farm; T-Tom Tattersalls and Tattersalls Ireland. They are to add a Tate. further 10 percent of the vendors' contribution for each yearling that they sell, while Racing Post will be helped Haydock Park, 14.40, Mdn, ,5,000, 2yo, f, 6fT, with administrative and legal costs by such bodies as 1:13.09, gd/fm. the British and Irish Thoroughbred Breeders' Associa- JEANIE JOHNSTON (IRE) (f, 2, One Cool Cat- - tions, the Federation of Bloodstock Agents and the Bahamamia {GB}, by Vettori {Ire}), runner-up on debut National Trainers= Federation. Philip Freedman, former over this track and trip May 22, was sent off the 5-2 chairman of the Thoroughbred Breeders= Association, co-favorite and established the early advantage. In no has been appointed chairman of the committee to over- danger late on, the i13,500 GOFFEB yearling, who see the operation of the scheme. AWe're extremely RNA=d for i45,000 at GOFHIT, was pushed out to grateful to the various bodies which have helped finan- score by an easy three lengths from Faith Jicaro (Ire) cially to get this scheme where it is today,@ Freedman (One Cool Cat). Lifetime Record: 2-1-1-0, ,4,394. said. AIt shows an enormous amount of goodwill from O-Cyril Wall; B-Eugene McDermott; T-Karl Burke. all parties in England and Ireland and great determina- tion to help owners who will be buying later this year Kempton Park, 18.50, Mdn, ,4,000, 2yo, 6f (AWT), and vendors who will have yearlings to sell.@ Alan 1:12.52, stn. Byrne, chief executive of Racing Post, added, AThis is IVER BRIDGE LAD (GB) (c, 2, Avonbridge {GB}--Fittonia an excellent initiative, which will boost interest in the {Fr}, by Ashkalani {Ire}) was runner-up and third over yearlings that are nominated for the bonus. It should be five furlongs at Windsor and Newmarket in the space of a >win-win' scheme for vendors and purchasers alike. nine days in early April behind two of the better speedy The Racing Post is delighted to offer its support to British juveniles in Red Jazz (Johannesburg) and Mon- what is a great example of self-help by the bloodstock sieur Chevalier (Ire) (Chevalier {Ire}). Sent off the 3-1 industry.@ second choice in the face of strong support for Noble Greek (Omega Code), the bargain 8,000gns TATDEC H B R I T A I N H weanling and 1,000gns TATOCT yearling broke well to race prominently before gaining the edge with a quarter Thursday, Newbury, post time: 2:40 p.m. mile remaining. By the time the favorite emerged out of LORD WEINSTOCK MEMORIAL S. (REGISTERED AS the pack, Iver Bridge Lad had sealed the result and THE BALLYMACOLL STUD S.)-Listed, ,40,000, 3yo, f, crossed the line with five lengths to spare. With the 10f 6ydsT victory, the colt becomes the sixth winner for his fresh- SC PP HORSE SIRE TRAINER man sire (by Averti {Ire}). Video, courtesy of Racing 15 Apple Charlotte (GB) Royal Applause (GB) Cecil U K . Lifetime Record: 3-1-1-1, ,4,744. 28 Snoqualmie Girl (Ire) Montjeu (Ire) Elsworth O-The Iver Lads; B-J C S Wilson Bloodstock; T-J Ryan. 3 4 Beat Seven (GB) Beat Hollow (GB) Kelleway 4 1 Charity Belle Empire Maker Gosden 8 Copyright Thoroughbred Daily News. 5 6 Club Tahiti (GB) Hernando (Fr) Charlton This newspaper may not be reproduced in any form or by 69 Danehill’s Pearl (Ire) Danehill Dancer (Ire) Dascombe any means, electronic or mechanical, without prior 73 Fallen in Love (GB) Galileo (Ire) J Dunlop written permission of the copyright owner, MediaVista. 8 7 Miss Beat (Ire) Beat Hollow (GB) Meehan Information as to the American races, race results and 9 2 Splashdown (GB) Falbrav (Ire) Cumani earnings was obtained from results charts published in All carry 124 pounds, bar Apple Charlotte & Daily Racing Form and utilized here with the permission Snoqualmie Girl, 127. of the copyright owner, Daily Racing Form. P TDN AROUND THE WORLD • 6/11/09 • PAGE 5 of 7


Yesterday=s Results: Fairyhouse, 18.30, Cond, i16,500, 2, 7fT, 1:29.46, gd. +CAPE BLANCO (IRE) (c, 2, Galileo {Ire}--Laurel De- light {GB}, by Presidium {GB}), sent off the 6-4 second 1.35 Newbury, Mdn, £8,000, 2yo, 6f 8ydsT favorite, was held up early off the generous pace and SHOWCASING (GB) (Oasis Dream {GB}) makes his debut for the moved easily in fourth. Cajoled to close on the turn, the John Gosden stable and is bred to be smart and speedy, as he is a i330,000 GOFMIL yearling joined Baglioni (Ire) (Le Vie close relative to the young sire Camacho (GB) (Danehill). Khalid dei Colori {Ire}) with 50 yards remaining before rolling Abdullah’s homebred encounters the experienced Party Doctor (GB) by for a smooth neck success. The winner is a half to (Dr Fong), a colt from the Tom Dascombe yard who looked decent Mr O=Brien (Ire) (Mukaddamah), MGSW & MG1SP, when second on debut in a six-furlong maiden on debut at Leicester $724,290. Video, courtesy of attheraces. Lifetime nine days ago. Record: 1-1-0-0, i11,401. 6.05 Leopardstown, Mdn, €17,500, 2yo, f, 7fT O-Derrick Smith; B-Jack Ronan & Des Vere Hunt Farm LOVINGONYOURMIND (Storm Cat) is an eye-catching debutante in Co.; T-Aidan O=Brien. the Susan Magnier silks, as a daughter of the 2002 GI Kentucky Oaks and GI Alabama H. heroine and GI Breeders’ Cup Distaff runner-up H I T A L Y H Farda Amiga (Broad Brush). David Wachman saddles the blueblood against the Weld-owned and trained Anaverna (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) , a Tuesday=s Result: daughter of the 2001 G1 Phoenix S. third and 2002 G3 King George S. Naples, 15.10, Debutantes, i15,300, 2yo, f, 7fT, winner Agnetha (Ger) (Big Shuffle) who was third at Gowran Park last 1:27.30, gd. month. +BLACK KAJAL (f, 2, Songandaprayer--Mistle Song 6.35 Leopardstown, Mdn, €17,500, 2yo, c/g, 7fT {GB} {GSW-Eng}, by Nashwan), sent off the 13-10 MARFACH ( Leroidesanimaux {Brz}) is one of two Jim Bolger favorite, was restrained in fifth early before making newcomers. He takes the eye as Kevin Manning’s choice, and is a half- smooth progress on the turn. Grabbing the lead passing brother to the high-class triple Grade 1 winner Gourmet Girl (Cee’s the quarter pole, the $85,000 KEENOV weanling, who Tizzy) and the 2004 GI Hollywood Starlet third Northern Mischief RNA=d at $39,000 and $4,700 as a KEESEP and FTKOCT (Yankee Victor). yearling, asserted to beat Bastienne (Ity) (Fasliyev) by 1 1/2 lengths. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, i7,225. O-Scuderia Razza dell=Olmo Srl; B-Barry Weisbord & Bobby Flay; T-Riccardo Menichetti.

H G E R M A N Y H ANABAA COLT TOPS DAY 2 AT MM YEARLING A colt by Anabaa brought A$140,000 to top yester- Thursday, Mulheim, post time: 4:55 p.m. day=s second session of the Magic Millions National GROSSER PREIS DER SPARKASSE MULHEIM-Listed, Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast. Lot 1963, offered by i20,000, 3yo, f, 1 3/8mT Attunga Stud, was secured by Singapore-based buyer SC PP HORSE SIRE TRAINER WT Mark Yong. The yearling is the third foal out of the 1 2 Jambalaya (Ger) Samum (Ger) Wohler 128 winning mare Botticelli Chic (Dehere), a half-sister to 24Belle Syrienne (Ger) Golan (Ire) Schiergen 126 Adelaide stakes winner Permei (Aus) (Rory=s Jester 3 7 Cordoba (Ger) Tiger Hill (Ire) Steinmetz 126 {Aus}). Permei (Aus) has produced Group 3 winner 4 1 Andrea (Ger) Dashing Blade (GB) Blume 123 Permaiscuous (Aus) (Danzero {Aus}), also runner-up in 53Atabaas Allure (Fr) Alhaarth (Ire) Johnston 123 the G1 Thousand Guineas. Earlier in the afternoon, 6 8 La Poesie (Ger) Pentire (GB) Baltromei 123 leading New Zealand-based bloodstock agent Paul 7 6 Lavela (Ger) Nayef Schiergen 123 Beamish went to A$100,000 to secure the Starcraft 8 5 Wanna Be (Ger) Nayef Hickst 123 (NZ) half-sister to recent stakes winner Orca (Aus) MAGIC MILLIONS NATIONAL YEARLING SALE (Carnegie {Ire}). Consigned by Royston Stud, the filly is Wednesday, June 10, 2009 out of Slightly Conceited (NZ) (Centaine {Aus}), a full CUMULATIVE TOTALS 2009 sister to champion mare Slight Chance (NZ). AIt=s been a good two days= selling,@ said Magic Millions Managing Catalogued 400 No. Offered 318 Director David Chester. AThe quality individuals sold No. Sold 249 well and we had buyers operating at all levels of the RNAs 69 market.@ The yearling sale continues today, with the % RNA 21.7% third session beginning at 11 a.m. (local time). For Gross A$5,531,000 complete results from day 2 of the yearling sale, visit Average (% change) A$22,213 www.magicmillions.com.au. P TDN AROUND THE WORLD • 6/11/09 • PAGE 6 of 7

Intruder, g, 4, Pembroke--Stray Intruder, by B R E E D E R S’ E D I T I O N Cryptoclearance. IND, 6-9, (S), 6f, 1:12 1/5. B-Kim & Tim Nesbitt (IN). AMERICA Bella Cherokee, f, 4, Yonaguska--Roman Jet, by Roman Diplomat. BEL, 6-10, (S), 6fT, 1:13. B-Russell S ALLOWANCE RESULTS: Fisher & Joe Sagginario (NY). *$28,000 RNA yrl '06 2nd-PRM, $31,684, 6-9, NW1X, (S), 3yo/up, f/m, 6f, FTKOCT. 1:10 3/5, ft. MAKASI (f, 3, Indian Charlie--Floral Bounty, by Pirate's W I N N E R S B Y U. S. S I R E S Bounty) Lifetime Record: SP, 9-3-0-3, $60,735. H H O-Orion Stables. B-Schuyler Stables (IA). T-Chris Rich- ard. *$55,000 RNA HRA >08 BESMAR. **1/2 to S.S. IN PERU: Bounty (H.J. Baker), SP, $150,984. +Akram (Arg), c, 2, Honour and Glory--Trilogica (Arg), by Roy. Hipodromo de Monterrico, 6-7, Mdn, 6f, 8th-PRM, $25,500, 6-9, NW1X, 3yo/up, f/m, 6f, 1:13.60. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0. O-Stud Soribel; 1:10 2/5, ft. B-Haras Santa Ines; T-Felix Banda. SALTY RACHEL (f, 4, Salt Lake--Native Meadow, by Meadowlake) Lifetime Record: 10-2-0-3, $40,140. IN ARGENTINA: O/B-Allen Tanis (IL). T-Christine K Janks. New Model (Arg), f, 4, Salt Lake--New Lady (Arg), by Lookinforthebigone. La Plata, 6-7, Cond, 5f, 5th-IND, $25,000, 6-9, NW2L, (S), 3yo/up, 1m70y, :59.52. Lifetime Record: 10-3-1-2. O/B-Haras La 1:44, ft. Quebrada; T-Roxana San Millan. FINDING TIME (c, 4, Miswaki Bandit--Tina Sparkle, by Stormy Sofia (Arg), m, 5, Bernstein--Shy Sofisticada Bold n' Princely) Lifetime Record: 10-2-1-2, $36,390. (Arg) (GSW-Arg), by Shy Tom. La Plata, 6-9, Hcp, 7f, O-Lake Shore Farm. B-Wayne Conrad (IN). T-Randy 1:23.84. Lifetime Record: GSP-Arg, 26-9-5-2. O-Stud Haffner. M.V.; B-La Biznaga; T-Gustavo Scarpello. 8th-CNL, $24,000, 6-9, NW1$X, 3yo/up, 6 1/2f, IN BRAZIL: 1:17 3/5, ft. STORMS PAST (h, 5, Pulpit--Magic Storm {GSW & Oleo Leve (Brz), c, 3, Thunder Gulch--Hingis (Brz) GISP, $249,135}, by Storm Cat) Lifetime Record: (MGSP-Brz), by Trempolino. Cidade Jardim, 6-7, 11-5-2-1, $80,920. O-Sandy Valley Farms. B-William A Mdn, 6.5fT, 1:18.65. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-1. Marquard & Overbrook Farm (KY). T-Benjamin M O-Stud Eternamente Rio; B-Haras Old Friends Ltda; Feliciano Jr. *$250,000 yrl '05 KEESEP. T-Luiz Esteves.

6th-IND, $21,000, 6-9, NW1X, 3yo/up, 1mT, 1:37, fm. • ON THE WORKTAB • GLOSS (g, 5, Broad Brush--Gilty Look, by Seeking the AQUEDUCT Gold) Lifetime Record: 12-2-3-3, $83,744. O-Billy Hays. Kip Deville (Kipling), 4f, :48.60, 4/11 B-Stuart S Janney III LLC (KY). T-Joe Woodard. ARLINGTON ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS: Abby’s Angel (Touch Gold), 5f, 1:01.80, 5/19 Go Go Cat, g, 3, Doug Fir--Ready Ready Go Go (SP), by Dreaming of Liz (El Prado {Ire}), 6f, 1:13.00, 1/4 Double Ready. PRM, 6-9, (S), 6f, 1:11 2/5. B-Rockin Hooh Why (Cloud Hopping), 6f, 1:13.20, 2/4 River Ranch (IA). *$500 yrl '07 IOWAUG. Poni Colada (Volponi), 5f, 1:02.60, 10/19 Yonakee, f, 3, Yonaguska--Bragadocious (SW), by BELMONT PARK Salem Drive. DEL, 6-10, 6f, 1:11 2/5. B-Cary Ginger Brew (Milwaukee Brew), 5f (tr), 1:00.85, 2/7 Frommer & Curtis Kenimer (KY). *$85,000 2yo >08 FTMMAY; $14,000 RNA wlng '06 KEENOV. CHURCHILL DOWNS Libor Rate, f, 4, Exchange Rate--Speak Up, by Dubai Majesty (Essence of Dubai), 4f, :48.40, 8/39 Unaccounted For. MTH, 6-10, (C), 1 1/16mT, Miss Isella (Silver Charm), 4f, :48.20, 4/39 1:43 2/5. B-Padua Stables (FL). *$230,000 2yo >07 My Pal Charlie (Indian Charlie), 4f, :49.40, 16/39 OBSAPR. **1/2 to Bianco (Yes It=s True), MSP, Our Tekela Rose (Kela), 5f, 1:03.20,19/21 $194,056. Warrior’s Reward (Medaglia d’Oro), 4f, :48.60, 10/39 Go Go Pink, f, 4, Forest Camp--Aheadnotatail, by SANTA ANITA Unbridled. MTH, 6-10, (C), 1 1/16mT, 1:44 1/5. Crown of Thorns (Repent), 4f, :50.60, 26/34 B-Meg T & Mike Buckley (KY). *$80,000 yrl '06 Majormotionpicture (Action This Day), 4f, :50.20, 24/34 KEESEP. P TDN AROUND THE WORLD • 6/11/09 • PAGE 7 of 7

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EUROPE IN ARGENTINA: Curiche (Arg), c, 2, Orpen--La Aurifera (Arg), by HANDICAP RESULTS: Fitzcarraldo (Arg). La Plata, 6-9, Mdn, 6f, 1:12.52. BRITAIN, Haydock Park, 15.40, 6-10, ,14,000, 3yo, Lifetime Record: 5-1-0-0. O-Stud Identic; B-Jose Z 6fT, 1:12.73, gd/fm. Ignacio Hurtado Vicu a; T-Jorge Mayansky Neer. GLOBAL CITY (IRE) (c, 3, Exceed and Excel {Aus}- - Mr. Ponti (Arg), h, 5, Numerous--Luminare (Arg), by Victory Peak {GB}, by Shirley Heights {GB}) Lifetime Forlitano (Arg). Palermo, 6-8, Hcp, 9f, 1:47.16. Record: 8-3-1-0, ,20,336. O-Godolphin; B-Mrs Monica G2SP-Arg; Lifetime Record: 18-6-3-5. O-Stud Eme Hackett; T-. *12,000gns yrl >07 Ele B-Haras Firmamento; T-Juan Gutierrez. *1/2 to DONAUG; ,200,000 2yo >08 DONAPR. Milano Phone (Arg) (Speakerphone), SW & MG1SP- Arg; Miss Loren (Arg), Champion Older Mare-Arg, CONDITIONS RESULTS: GSW-US, MG1SW-Arg; and full to Mr. Light (Arg), ITALY, Naples, 17.55, 6-9, i19,800, 2yo, 7fT, MGSW-US, GSP-Arg, $244,600-US; Mr. Lux, GSP-SAf. 1:26.29, gd. IN CHILE: HARD LIFE (IRE) (f, 2, Peintre Celebre--Golden Fortune Mizona (Chi), f, 2, Dushyantor--Mirza (Chi), {GB} {SP-Eng}, by Forzando {GB}) Lifetime Record: 3- by Fappavalley. Club Hipico de Santiago, 6-8, Mdn, 2-0-0, i14,450. O-Scuderia Ascari; B-Chevington Stud; 6.5fT, 1:16.29. Lifetime Record: 4-1-1-0. O-Stud T-Angelo Candi. Santamelino; B-Haras Matancilla; T-Jose Allende F. Mon Cher Ami (Chi), c, 3, Dushyantor--Mirza (Chi), ITALY, Naples, 16.45, 6-9, i10,800, 3yo/up, 5fT, by Fappavalley. Club Hipico de Santiago, 6-8, Hcop, :56.80, gd. 6.5fT, 1:15.11. Lifetime Record: 4-2-0-0. O-Stud THINKING ROBINS (IRE) (h, 6, Plumbird {GB}--Rose Santamelino; B-Haras Matancilla; T-Juan Cavieres. Jasmine {Ity} {SW-Ity}, by Sikeston) Lifetime Record: Don Gabino (Chi), c, 4, Dushyantor--Grida (Chi), by 29-6-3-1, i66,640. O/B-San Paolo Agri Stud Srl; Native Prospector. Club Hipico de Santiago, 6-6, T-Alessandro Turco. Listed Clasico Ismael Tocornal, 1600mT, 1:34.09. Lifetime Record: MSW-Chi, 36-11-8-3. O-Stud Don ADDITIONAL MAIDEN WINNERS: Theo; B-Haras Matancilla; T-Patricio Baeza. Lake Cresent (Ire), f, 2, Choisir (Aus)--Cherry Falls (Ire), by Ali-Royal (Ire). Fairyhouse, Ireland, 6-10, Mdn, 2yo, f, 7fT. B-Eileen Grealish. *i5,500 yrl >08 GOFHIT. Shiyrman (Ire), c, 3, Dalakhani (Ire)--Shaiyzima (Ire), by Polish Precedent. Fairyhouse, Ireland, 6-10, Mdn, 3yo/up, 1 1/8mT. B-H H The Aga Khan=s Studs SC. Espiritu (Fr), c, 3, Dansili (GB)--Red Bravo, by Red Ransom. Beverley, Britain, 6-10, Mdn, 3yo/up, 7f 100ydsT. B-Hubert Honore & Claire Lamotte d=Argy. *i140,000 yrl >07 DEAAUG; 490,000gns 2yo >08 TATAPR. Kentucky Mix (GB), f, 3, Linamix (Fr)--Kentucky Kaper (GSW, $127,947), by The Prime Minister. MARINA DE CHAVON, 8, Exploit--T.K.O. Lady, by Two Strasbourg, France, 6-10, Cond, 3yo, 1 5/16mT. Punch B-Chevington Stud. * 52,000 yrl 07 GOFMIL. i > Foal born Apr. 7, a filly by Indian Charlie. Sleepy Blue Ocean (GB), c, 3, Oasis Dream (GB)-- Will be bred back to Malibu Moon. Esteemed Lady (Ire), by Mark of Esteem (Ire). Owned by Pollock Farms. Haydock Park, Britain, 6-10, Mdn, 3yo/up, 6fT. Boarded at Taylor Made Farm. B-Executors of The Late N Ahamad & P C Scott. Accomplishments: SW of $159,515. *40,000gns yrl >07 TATDEC. TOROCA, 11, Nureyev--Grand Falls, by Ogygian A # will distinguish first-time stakes-winners, a @ will Foal born Apr. 15, a filly by Bluegrass Cat. indicate first-time graded stakes-winners, a s will Will be bred back to Bernardini. denote a first-time Grade/Group 1 winner, a + will Owned by Dr Masatake Iida. indicate first-time starters, an (S) will be used for state- Boarded at Taylor Made Farm. bred races, a (C) will be used for maiden-claiming races Accomplishments: GSW-Ity, MG1SP-Ire & Eng, and an (R) will be used for other restricted races. $229,345.