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domingo, 9 de julho de 2017

ACONTECEU EM DELAWARE PARK

COMENTARIOS DE BLOOD HORSE DAILY NEWS 


West Coast shipper It Tiz Well found her way back to the winner's circle July 8 when she held on to win the $300,000 Delaware Oaks (G3) as the odds-on favorite. Watch Video
Tommy Town Thoroughbreds' Arch filly stalked the pace in the 1 1/16-mile event at Delaware Park before finally edging away from Proud and Fearless and Actress in the final strides to win by a half-length.
Proud and Fearless reared in the gate before the start, but immediately assumed the lead going into the first turn as It Tiz Well stalked in second under jockey Drayden Van Dyke—who recently returned to riding in June after an injury led to extended time off. Second-choice Actress, winner of the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (G2) May 19, raced at the back of field of six 3-year-old fillies. Proud and Fearless lead through fractions of :24.28, :48.22, and 1:11.87 for six furlongs. 
As the field approached the turn, Actress moved up to fourth while It Tiz Well went to the outside of Proud and Fearless. With a mile going in 1:37.16, Proud and Fearless held a narrow advantage over It Tiz Well and Actress, continuing to move up on the outside, in the stretch.
In the final strides, It Tiz Well put in a late surge to secure the victory over Proud and Fearless. Actress settled for third, a head back. The final time was 1:43.55 over a fast main track. 
You Know TooBerned, and Modacious completed the order of finish. 
Off at 4-5, the winner returned $3.60, $2.80, and $2.10 across the board. 
The Jerry Hollendorfer trainee entered Saturday's score off of a fourth-place finish in the Summertime Oaks (G2) at Santa Anita Park after a troubled trip and ran third in the Santa Anita Oaks (G1) behind grade 1 winners Paradise Woods and Abel Tasman. It Tiz Well notched her first graded win in the Honeybee Stakes (G3) at Oaklawn Park in March. 
Bred by Allen and Susan Branch out of the stakes winning Tiznow  mare It Tiz, It Tiz Well was a $230,000 purchase by her owners at the 2015 Keeneland September yearling sale. She now boasts a record of 4-1-2 record from eight starts with earnings of $466,840. 

Merry Fox Stables homebred Guilty Twelve put in a sustained stretch drive to nip favored Zipessa at the wire in the $200,000 Robert G. Dick Memorial Stakes (G3T) to provide trainer Graham Motion his eighth victory in the July 8 Delaware Park feature.Watch Video
A 5-year-old daughter of Giant's Causeway   sent off at 10-1 odds under jockey Christopher DeCarlo, Guilty Twelve was well-back in eighth as Bishop's Pond took the field through an opening quarter in :25.24 and :50.38 pace through a half-mile while pressed by 6-5 favorite Zipessa and jockey Joe Bravo.
Those two engaged each other for a duel on the front end and ran six furlongs in 1:14.50. Zipessa took charge rounding the final turn in the 1 3/8-mile turf test after a mile in 1:38.63 and pulled away to a two-length advantage in upper stretch as the rest of the field began to press the point. With a closely bunched group gaining ground in the stretch, Guilty Twelve ran gamely through the middle of the turf course and was able to just get up for the nose victory.
The final time was 2:17.23 as Guilty Twelve returned $22.40, $6.20 and $4.00. Zipessa, a multiple grade-1 placed mare who was seeking her first victory since last year's Dr. James Penny Memorial Stakes (G3T), finished a head in front of third-place finisher Gone Away.
"It is funny how this race has been so good to me," Motion said. "It really is extraordinary. But this is a race I always have in mind because it seems like we always have a filly for this category. Obviously, it is one of my favorite races these days.
"She is a tough filly," Motion contined. "She is very honest and she really knows where the wire is. That is for sure. Chris (DeCarlo) gave her a beautiful ride. I think she is improving and she is beautifully bred."
Guilty Twelve is out of the winning Danehill mare Arkadina (IRE) and improved her record to four wins from 10 starts with $263,806 in earnings.
"I had a perfect trip and I had a lot of horse underneath me the whole way," said DeCarlo. "The last eighth of a mile, I brought my stick out and hit her once and she did not really respond. When I won on her last time, I did not really hit her so much. I hand rode her and she fought, so I put the whip away and hand rode her, and it worked."