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$50,000 WTBOA Lads notes | Emerald Downs

$50,000 WTBOA LADS STAKES

2-YEAR-OLD C&G, 6 ½ FURLONGS

32nd RUNNING, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 2013

 

Track & World Record: 1:13, Sabertooth (7), May 22, 2005

Stakes Record*: 1:16 2/5 Dr. Slew, August 19, 2000

*Distance: 1 1/16 Mile 1982-91; 1 Mile 1992-1998 & 2002-2011; 6 ½ F 1999-2001 & 2012-13

 

Most Wins

Trainer: 4, Bud Klokstad (T.D. Passer, 1989; Time to Pass, 1990; Staff Rider, 1992; Bub, 2002)

Jockey: 3, Gary Baze (Colonel Stevens, 1983; Brent Goes On, 1985; Harvard Avenue, 2003)

Owner: 3, Jollie Four Stable (T.D. Passer, 1989; Time to Pass, 1990; Staff Rider, 1992)

 

Statistics (1996-2012 @ Emerald Downs)

Largest win margin: 8 lengths, Name for Norm, Oct. 6, 1996

Smallest win margin: nose, Devil’s Enemy, Aug. 26, 2001 & Bub, Aug. 24, 2002

Track condition: fast 16, wet-fast 1

Betting favorite: 6-for-17; Odds-on: 4-for-8

Largest $2 win: $96.40, Wild Cycle (Sept. 2, 2006)

Smallest $2 win: $3, Hollywood Harbor (Aug. 29, 2006)

Winner bred: Washington 12, Kentucky 5

Gate-to-wire winners: 5-for-17

 

OWNERS HOMETOWNS

1*Kendini (15) Helen L. Mahre, Wapato, WA

2*Noosito (2) Last Rose Stable (Jeff Harwood, Auburn, WA)

3*Stikine Slough  SCRATCHED

4*Kenai King (9-2) Bar C Racing Stables Inc. (Pam & Neal Christopherson, Hermiston, ORE)

5*He’s Zuberrific (7-2) Buffalo Stables (Ron Maus, Enumclaw, WA)

6*Twentyten (12)   Swag Stables (Keith Swagerty, Auburn, WA) & 20/10 Stables (Michael Shea, Salem, ORE)

7*Nicolas Cajun (12) Peggy Hopwood, Phoenix, AZ; Debra Larson, Phoenix, AZ

8*Mebossman (10) R.E.V. Racing LLC (Roy Schaefer, Port Orchard, WA)

9*Del Rio Harbor (4) Desert Rose Racing LLC (D.H. Walker, Kennewick, WA); Bar C Racing Stables Inc. (Neal & Pam Christopherson,

Hermiston, ORE)

 

EmD 2YO COLTS & GELDINGS SERIES

July 28: $50,000 Emerald Express, 6F*Del Rio Harbor ($32.80), 1:10.75

Aug. 17: $50,000 WTBOA Lads Stakes, 6 ½ F

Sept. 8: $50,000 Dennis Dodge Stakes* (WA-Bred), 6F

Sept. 29: $75,000 Gottstein Futurity, 1 1/16 Mile

Sept. 29: $50,000 NWSS Cahill Road Stakes, 6F

*Sponsored by Daily Racing Form

 

SUPER 6 HANDICAPPERS

Joe Withee (EmD1): Noosito, Mebossman, Kenai King (3-16/$113.80)

Robert Geller (EmD2): Noosito, Kendini, Mebossman (6-16/$125.90)

Gary Dougherty (Horse Racing Seattle): Del Rio Harbor, Noosito, He’s Zubberific (6-16/$122.90)

Vic Cozzetti  (Predictorsays.com): Noosito, He’s Zubberific, Mebossman (5-16/$169.60)

Nick Rousso (Daily Racing Form): Noosito, He’s Zubberific, Kenai King (5-16/$143.50)

Jacob Pollowitz (EmD3): Noosito, Kenai King, Mebossman (5-16/$144.30)

Consensus: Noosito (27), Kenai King (6), Mebossman (5) & Del Rio Harbor (5) (5-16/$133.40)

 

NOTES: The top three finishers in last year’s Lads*Mike Man’s Gold, Music of My Soul and Finallygotabentley*have all won stakes as 3-year-olds this year at Emerald Downs, and eighth-place finisher Scat Daddybaby earned an 88 Beyer while defeating older horses in an allowance/optional claimer last week at one mile*Doris Harwood ranks No. 1 all-time with 58 stakes wins @ EmD including a record 19 stakes wins with 2-year-olds, but the Lads has eluded her. Music of My Soul finished second beaten a head in 2012, Del Siete Leguas and Silver Boxcar finished fourth and fifth in 2011, Gdanz Express finished fifth in 2010, Koala Beach and Untilifindyou finished second and third in 2009, Noosa Beach and Winning Machine finished third and fourth in 2008, and Margo’s Gift was pulled up in 2007*Trainers and owners get two options for 2-year-olds on closing day this year, as the $50,000 Cahill Road Stakes at 6 furlongs complements the $75,000 Gottstein Futurity at 1 1/16 miles*The Noosito ownership syndicate*Last Rose Stable*includes

approximately 10 people.

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