VA-BRED WINNERS NOV 12 – 16

Service For Ten

SERVICE FOR TEN (Jim McCue/MJC Photo)

Darting (f, 3yo), During – Dosh by Victory Gallop. B – Althea Richards. Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort, 11/12/2013, clmg, $5,074, 6 f, 1:13.67. ($2,000, brdmr, 2013, keejan) Equibase Chart.

NOTES: Out of the money just twice in nine previous starts, Clarke County homebred graduates by 2 ¼ after leading gate-to-wire.

Good Deedkaz (f, 3yo), Here’s Zealous – Deed to the gate by Devongate. B – Kaz Hill Farm. Parx Racing, 11/12/2013, mdn clmg, $18,000, 6 f, 1:13.90. Equibase Chart.

NOTES: After a string of five second place finishes, $50,000+ earner breaks maiden in seventh start by a nose.

Baby Time (g, 6yo), Timekeeper – Morelias Star by Star Trace. B – Suzanne A. Dempsey. Laurel Park, 11/15/2013, clmg, $8,550, 8 f, 1:39.72. Equibase Chart.

NOTES: Baby Time won his second straight race by five lengths while steadily drawing away.  It was his second win at Laurel and fifth win from 27 career starts.  Baby Time now has career earnings of $71,061.

Quiet Hour (f, 3yo), Quiet American – Gone to Utah by Salt Lake. B – Carolyn Nicewonder Beverly. Calder Race Course, 11/16/2013, mdn clmg, $6,060, 5.5 f, 1:06.71. ($80,000, yrlg, 2011, ftkoct) Equibase Chart.

NOTES: Quiet Hour broke her maiden in her fifth start, second at Calder. She finished strongly wining by 5 ½ lengths

Saigon Story (c, 5yo), Quiet American – Penny Marie by Sky Classic. B – Lazy Lane Farms, Inc.Penn National, 11/16/2013, clmg, $7,200, 5.5 f, 1:05.11. ($110,000, yrlg, 2009, keesep) Equibase Chart.

NOTES: Saigon Story runs his in-the-money streak to six time in the last seven starts with his sixth career win in a claiming race at Penn National. He now has career earnings of $88,074.

Service for Ten (g, 4yo), Service Stripe – Tenacious Cheryl by Wild Zone. B – Mr. & Mrs. Sidney B. Cox Jr. Laurel Park, 11/16/2013, stk, $60,000, 6 f, 1:10.32. Equibase Chart.

NOTES: In his seventh win from 12 starts, Service for Ten has been out of the money (fourth) in his career.  He stalked the pace and swung wide, taking control at the 1/16th pole and drew clear.

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