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domingo, 11 de outubro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

MORE DISTANCE, SAME JACKIE'S WARRIOR IN CHAMPAGNE

by Brian DiDonato

J. Kirk and Judy Robison'Jackie's Warrior (Maclean's Music) slammed the door on second choice and TDN Rising Star Reinvestment Risk (Upstart) and spurted clear in Saturday's
GI Champagne S. at Belmont to increase his perfect record to four-for-four. The race was a 
"Win and You're In" qualifier for the Nov. 6  GI Breeders" Cup Juvenile for which the Steve Asmussen pupil figures to go favored. A debut winner from next- out Rising Star Therideofalifetime (Candy Ride {Arg}) at Churchill June 19, he defeated the same foe in the GII Saratoga Special S. Aug. 7. The bay saw out an additional furlong with no trouble when handling Reinvestment Risk by 2 1/4 lengths in the seven-panel GI Runhappy Hopeful S. back at the Spa Sept. 7, and was further flattered when third finisher and Rising Star Mutasaabeq (Into Mischief)--10 lengths behind Reinvestment Risk that day--came back to crush in Keeneland's GII Bourbon S. on the grass last Sunday.

Jackie's Warrior was off at 4-5 to Reinvestment Risk's even- money as some bettors likely saw the one-mile trip as a potential equalizer. Nudged along to make the running by Joel Rosario, the chalk enjoyed an easy lead as Reinvestment Risk drafted behind him through splits of :23.12 and :46.54.

PROMINENT OWNER PAUL POMPA, JR.
PASSES AWAY

Longtime owner and breeder Paul Pompa, Jr., who campaigned dual Classic winner Big Brown (Boundary) in partnership, passed away suddenly Saturday, according to Jerry McClenin, Pompa's cousin-in-law and stable manager. He was 62. A highly respected businessman, Pompa was owner and President of the Brooklyn-based trucking company Truck-Rite Corp., which he recently sold. He got into Thoroughbreds in 2000 with the help of McClenin.

TODAY’S GRADED STAKES

EST Race

8:40a Preis des Winterfavoriten-G3, COL
9:10a Jebel Ali Racecourse & Stables Anglesey S.-G3, CUR
10:10a Novi IT Services International S.-G3
, CUR
4:12p Futurity S.-GIII, BEL 
5:20p Matron S.-GIII, BEL
5:42p Durham Cup S.-GIII, WO

DAYOUTOFTHEOFFICE BACK IN BUSINESS

by Brian DiDonato

Dayoutoftheoffice (Into Mischief), away since a smashing success in the GIII Schuylerville S. at Saratoga July 16, picked up right where she left off to earn an automatic berth to the GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies in Saturday's GI Frizette S. at Belmont.

Co-owned by her trainer Tim Hamm and breeder Siena Farms, the daughter of the nation's hottest stallion was an easy debut winner at Gulfstream all the way back on May 14 in her only other start. Back as the second choice at 29-10 behind GI Spinaway S. romper Vequist (Nyquist), the dark bay traveled strongly in the bridle from second through splits of :22.94 and :46.41 before taking over from stopping front runner Joy's Rocket (Anthony's Cross) and opening up entering the lane. Vequist tried to make a race of it in the run to the line, but Dayoutoftheoffice kept finding to hold sway by two lengths before galloping out very strongly. It was another 10 1/4 lengths back to longshot Cilla (California Chrome).

STATE OF THE UNION

by Alan Carasso

The 3-1 third choice in a field of seven, Joseph Allen=s progressive Civil Union (War Front) built on her last-out success in the GII Glens Falls S. at Saratoga with a breakthrough top-level tally in Saturday's GI Flower Bowl S. at Belmont Park, securing a berth in the gate for the GI Maker's Mark Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf in the process.

Allowed to settle last but one beneath Joel Rosario, with only G1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Sottsass (Fr) (Siyouni {Fr})'s French and American Group 3/Grade III winner My Sister Nat (Fr) (Acclamation {GB}) behind her, Civil Union was content to bide time from a ground-saving position as longshot Lovely Lucky (Lookin At Lucky) set a modest pace in advance of favored Cambier Parc (Medaglia d'Oro). Always traveling sweetly, Civil Union was short of room entering the final 2 1/2 furlongs, but accelerated three off the inside once La Signare (Fr) (Siyouni {Fr}) vacated that spot. With one of the best finishers in the business at the controls, Civil Union came calling for the lead nearing the sixteenth pole and was home first as My Sister Nat attacked the line down the center of the course. Nay Lady Nay (Ire) (No Nay Never), who was relegated to second favoritism in the last few clicks of the tote, could not quite match strides with the top two and settled for third, one spot ahead of a disappointing Cambier Parc.

It was the second Flower Bowl win in the last four years for Allen, trainer Shug McGaughey and War Front, whose daughter War Flag landed the spoils at 9-1 in 2017 before finishing a respectable sixth behind Wuheida (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}) in the Filly & Mare Turf at Del Mar. Cont. p10

SOPHOMORES ONE-TWO IN JCGC

by Brian DiDonato

Lightly raced TDN Rising Star Happy Saver (Super Saver) squeezed inside of favorite Tacitus (Tapit) and out-finished fellow sophomore Rising Star Mystic Guide (Ghostzapper) to stay perfect in Saturday's GI Jockey Club Gold Cup, a "Win and You're In" qualifier for the GI Breeders' Cup Classic. The Wertheimer homebred broke his maiden by an auspicious

5 1/2 lengths going seven furlongs on the GI Belmont S. undercard here in June, and saw out nine panels when taking a Saratoga allowance July 26. He again displayed his appreciation for a route of ground in Laurel's Federico Tesio S. Sept. 7, and was the 2-1 second choice facing just four foes.

Away on top from his rail draw, the chestnut settled in along the fence as July's track-and-trip GII Suburban S. winner Tacitus showed the way and Mystic Guide tracked outside of Happy Saver. Happy Saver required some energetic handling to keep pace as Mystic Guide ratcheted up the pressure on the leader past six panels in 1:13.61. Tacitus came off the fence a path while preoccupied with Mystic Guide to his outside, giving Happy Saver just enough room to make his move. Happy Saver kicked his way through by midstretch after Mystic Guide had already taken over, and lowered himself gamely from there to outstay his competition.

GOIL GIVES PHAROAH' FIRST GRADE I

by Brian DiDonato

Versatile Harvey's Lil Goil (American Pharoah) turned the tables on Micheline (Bernardini)--who defeated her by a neck last time in the Dueling Grounds Oaks at Kentucky Downs--to become the first Grade I winner for Triple Crown-winning sire American Pharoah in Saturday's GI Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup S. at Keeneland. Off at 7-2 bidding to become Hall of Famer Bill Mott=s second winner in this prestigious event, the grey employed her good cruising speed to chase Sweet Melania(American Pharoah) through honest enough fractions of :23.89, :47.75 and 1:12.16. She poked a head in front midway around the turn for home, kicked clear in midstretch and held off the cavalry charge to prevail.

MOMOS SWITCHES TO GRASS FOR FUTURITY

TDN Rising Star Momos (Distorted Humor) will switch to grass for Sunday's GIII Futurity S. at Belmont Park, "Win and You're In" for the GII Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Keeneland. A runaway debut winner at Saratoga July 18, the $180,000 OBSMAR graduate pressed a hot pace and stayed on for third behind ultra-impressive unbeaten MGISW Jackie's Warrior (Maclean=s Music) in the GII Saratoga Special S. last time Aug. 7. "He's been training well," trainer Christophe Clement said. "I trained him on the grass and thought he worked well over it. I know he can handle the firm turf, not sure about softer turf. He's a fast horse. I could always bring him back on the main track." Momos has been cross-entered as a Main Track Only for Monday's Born to Run S. at Monmouth Park.

ROYAL APPROVAL HEADLINES MATRON

Runaway last out Kentucky Downs maiden winner Royal Approval (Tiznow) looks like the one to beat in Sunday's GIII Matron S. at Belmont Park.

Trained by Wesley Ward, the Three Chimneys homebred chased home her brilliant unbeaten G1SW stablemate Campanelle (Ire) (Kodiac {GB}) in her first two trips to the post, finishing second as the favorite on debut at Gulfstream May 31 and 17th in the G2 Queen Mary S. at Royal Ascot June 20. Royal Approval, from the same female family as GI Kentucky Oaks heroine Summerly, returned to these shores with a dominating 6 1/4-length graduation Sept. 9.