I’ll Run the Show is out of the Native Prospector mare
Susan Powter, was bred by Liberty Road Stables, is owned by Jon Cannon and
trained by Charles Treece. He ran the six furlongs in 1:11.89 and won by 5 ½
Storm Wolf, a graded
stakes-winning son of Stormin Fever, stands at Rancho San Miguel.
April 19, 2013-In the Sun Ray Park opening day's featured
event Gregor (Marino Marini), as the
7-to-5 second favorite, outdueled his stablemate and the 9-to-10 favorite
Imco Spirit to the wire in the $35,000 Inaugural Handicap.
Gregor, ridden to perfection by Enrique Gomez, raced just a bit off the
moderate pace set up front early in thesix and one-half furlong dash by
Ultimate Question and Silver Chunkus.
When Gregor loomed up on the outside to make his run for the lead, he was
immediately tackled on his outside by Imco Spirit and jockey Alfredo Juarez,
Gregor, owned by the Solitaire Stables & Kirk and Judy Robison,
is a California-bred son of Marino Marini
who has won three of his last four starts, and has racked up earnings
topping $110,000 in his 20-race career. Gregor returned $4.80 to win on each
edited from: Steve Bortstein For The Daily Times Farmington
April 6, 2013-Jaws n' Paws the six-year-old mare by
Onebadshark out of the Sir Cat broodmare
Denali Cat, keeps her win streak going by taking the $50,000 Sunland Park
Czaria Stakes for her third win in a row.
She ran the six panels in 1:09.21 and she was the even money favorite.
Bred in Kentucky by Jim Atwell & Janet Lyons and owned by Stateside
Racing, this multiple stakes winning mare now has earned $306,025 from an
outstanding lifetime record of 29 starts, fourteen wins, four seconds and
Albany, CA (March 23, 2013)-Comic
Strip three-year-old son, Valentino Bill, graduates in his debut taking
a maiden special by 2 ½ lengths at Golden Gate Fields on March 23rd.
Valentino Bill, out of the $232,270 multiple stakes winning broodmare
Pheiffer (by Lyphaness), earned the win for his owner/breeder Billy Hipwell.
He earned $21,060 for the win and also earned his owner the Cal-bred
bonus of $10,000.
Jaws n' Paws Repeats in
PHOENIX, AZ (March 9, 2013)-E Z Kitty may be the leading lady routing at
Turf Paradise these days, but Jaws n’ Paws let it be known Saturday that the
distaff sprint division still belongs to her, as the 6-year-old mare
dominated the $35,000 Mesa Handicap for the second straight year.
Owned by Stateside Racing and trained by Robertino Diodoro, the daughter of
Onebadshark romped by eight lengths in an
optional claimer here Feb. 8, her first start in more than seven months.
That race apparently served her well.
Under Geovanni Franco on
Saturday, she was no match for sizzler Page Springs from the gate but bided
her time, sitting a clear second while Page Springs set fast fractions in
the 6 1/2-furlong event. Jaws n’ Paws went after that tiring foe turning for
home, while Love Makor moved up to challenge as well. Jaws n’ Paws
dispatched with Love Makor into the lane and drew clear to win comfortably
by 2 1/2 lengths as the 6-5 second choice.
E Z Kitty, the
even-money favorite, lagged back and finished well but never really scared
the winner, while Love Makor ran third. Page Springs finished fourth in the
field of seven.
Jaws n’ Paws, now a perfect 4 for 4 here, ran the
distance in 1:17.34 on the muddy (sealed) track and paid $4.60. The winner’s
share of $21,266 gave her earnings of $276,026 from 13 wins in 28 starts.
Wolf was represented by a single colt in the 2013 March Sale of Selected
Two-Year-Olds in Training,
hip #108 sold to Dennis R. O'Neill for $95,000. This Cal-bred colt was
the highest selling juvenile by a California based sire.
Out of the
winning In Excess broodmare, Sneaky Annie, he previewed in 10 flat for his
1/8 mile breeze.
Besides being one of the leading stallion stations in both California and
the nation, Tom and Nancy Clark’s Rancho San Miguel also provides
Thoroughbred breeders and owners with the best possible care for their
horses on this 250 acre facility that the New York-based couple purchased in
April of 2000.(read
At Golden Gate Fields on January 25, 2013 Ma Mel, a three-year-old filly by
McCann's Mojave out of the Truckee mare,
Special Heather, won a one mile $40,000 Starters Allowance going
wire-to-wire by 3 and a quarter lengths. Ma Mel was coming off a December
16th win a Golden Gate. She now has 2 wins and one second in 4 starts.
The Santa Anita race track, this Saturday the 26th, is the site of the 2013
Sunshine Millions. Rancho San Miguel sire’s Marino Marini
has a competitor in the $100,000 Valentine’s Dancer Stakes and
Comic Strip has a colt in the $300,000
California Breeders’ Champion Stakes.
Miss Becca is by Marino Marini, out
of the In Excess mare Excessiveability, was bred by Dennis Connor and Wade
Jacobsen, is owned by Rockingham Ranch, Connor and Jacobsen and is trained
by Peter Miller. She has five wins in 12 starts, earnings of $166,710 and is
coming off a second in a Dec. 28 allowance.
Weewinnin is by
Comic Strip, out of the Roman Dancer mare
Honoree Lady, was bred by Dr. and Mrs. William Gray, is owned by E-Racingcom
or Gray or Lyons et al and is trained by Brian Koriner. He has two wins in
three starts, earnings of $125,900 and is coming off a win in the Dec. 16
Lucky Moment, a three-year-old filly
by Marino Marini out of the Incinderator
broodmare Cicely Alaska, handily scored on January 13th at Golden Gate
Fields her third consecutive win.
Rallying from slightly off the
pace, in the main track allowance race, the filly won by a length and earned
$22,620 for her win.
The sophomore filly now has a record of three wins and three thirds
from eight lifetime starts with earnings of $55,788. She races for owners
Jim Canaday and Lloyd C. Mason and was bred in California by Lloyd Mason &
Marino Marini in 2012 was the
eighth ranked active sire in California in 2012 with $1.6 million in progeny
earnings and currently stands for $2,500.
December 16, 2012-Weewinnin, second-longest shot on the board at 60-1,
ended a 4 ½-month layoff with a stunning victory in Sunday’s $200,000 King
Glorious Stakes for 2-year-olds eligible for the Golden State Series at
Betfair Hollywood Park.
Weewinnin is by
Comic Strip, out of the Roman Dancer mare
Honoree Lady, was bred by Dr. and Mrs. William Gray, is owned by the Grays,
E-Racing.com, Janet Lyons et al and is trained by Brian Koriner.
has two wins in three starts, earnings of $135,900 and was making his first
start since a fourth in the Aug. 1 Graduation Stakes. His only other win was
a $32,000 maiden claimer at Golden Gate in his June 12 debut.
think the public was just looking at the Beyers (speed figures published in
the Daily Racing Form) and said he just doesn’t belong,” Koriner said of the
long odds. “He ran a freaky race when he broke his maiden. When he ran
(fourth in the Graduation Stakes Aug. 1) at Del Mar we were a little upset,
but he came out of the race with shins. That’s why he didn’t go on.
“We were upset because we paid pretty good money for the horse (after his
maiden victory). My owners had me on the line for overpaying—I think we gave
$100,000— but we got it all back today. He’s been training great. I’ve been
telling the owners we were going to win this. One of the owners wanted to
run him in a starter allowance, but I told him he’s been outworking some
pretty good older horses and it was worth a chance to run him here.”
Weewinnin ran the seven furlongs in 1:23.54 and won by a neck over
supplemental entry Fighting Husar, with Monument third.
December 15, 2012-Winning Image a five-year-old daughter of
Southern Image out of the stakes winning Harvest Girl ($278,685), by Apollo earned
her 8th victory from 20 starts and increased her earnings to $390,837 with
her win in the $100,000 Willa On the Move Stakes on December 15th.
Bred in Kentucky by Dreamfields, Inc. & Don Brady she races for Martin
Scafidi and has won four black-type races in the last thirteen months.
December 16, 2012-Ma Mel, from the first crop of
McCann's Mojave, broke her maiden on
December 16th at Golden Gate Fields.
In her third start the bay filly, out of stakes winner Special Heather
by Truckee, got up in the last jump to improve her record to a win, a second
from her three starts; becoming the sixth first crop winner for her sire.
December 15, 2012-Mojave Heat is the fifth winner from the first crop of
McCann's Mojave. Mojave Heat scored his
maiden win going a mile on the Golden Gate Tapeta surface by a length and
three parts. Bred in California by his owners Carl Breton & Kim Breton.
November 5, 2012- Sweet Marini a juvenile filly by Marino Marini
dominated her maiden special event at Santa Anita on November 4th. Winning
at first asking, this filly went on to win by 5 ¼ lengths in 1:09.47 earning
a lofty 93 Beyer rating. She is
out of the In Excess broodmare Excessing and earned $36,660 for her
owner/breeder B. M. W. Z. Stable.
Marino's Wild Cat (below) a sophomore gelding by Marino Marini
also dominated his maiden special event at Golden Gate Fields on November
3rd scoring by 3 ¼ lengths. The first foal from the winning Dayjur broodmare
Faxene, this three-year-old now has earned $26,130 in three lifetime starts
for his owner G C C I and was bred by Roy Guinnane.
Marino Marini currently
is the 14th ranked sire in California with $1.4 million in progeny earnings
and he has two stakes winners in 2012.
ARCADIA, CA (October 10, 2012)-In the $100,000 John Deere Cal Cup
Distaff first division is Miss Becca (Marino Marini)
who is out of the In Excess mare Excessiveability, was bred by owners Dennis
Connor and Wade Jacobsen and trained by Peter Eurton. She has four wins in
nine starts, earnings of $124,990 and is coming off a win in an Aug. 23
optional claimer. Also entered is Bleach Blonde who is by Marino Marini,
out of the Beau Genius mare Pundit, was bred by owner Brett Mason and
trained by Lloyd Mason. She has seven wins in 37 starts, earnings of
$304,728 and is coming off a third in the Sept. 22 Harvest Stakes.
In the $100,000 John Deere Distaff second division is Fabulous Fit (Marino Marini),
who is out of the Fighting Fit mare Fitting, was bred by owners Kathleen
Ducasse and trainer James Cassidy. She is coming off a maiden win in her
second start with earnings of $42,350.
In the $100,000 Donald Valpredo Cal Cup Sprint is Shudacudawudya (Marino Marini),
who is out of the Cutlass Reality mare Sunny Miss, was bred by owner Brett
Mason and trained by Lloyd Mason. He has nine wins in 18 starts, earnings of
$314,629 and is coming off a Sept. 3 allowance win.
Real Mojave Green, from the first crop of
McCann's Mojave, has won another race his
fourth win to go along with three seconds and three thirds. The win machine
is out of the Real Quiet broodmare Thequietstorm.
Southern Speed Wins G2 Makybe Diva
FLEMINGTON, Australia (Sept. 9, 2012) – Southern Speed, an
Australian-bred daughter of California stallion
Southern Image, won Saturday’s $321,188
Group II Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington.
Southern Speed has seven wins in 22 starts and earnings of $2,791,459. She
ran the 1,600 meters in 1:37.84 on a good turf course and won by a nose.
Go Mojave Go became
McCann's Mojave's fourth winner with his
first out score in a Golden Gate Fields maiden allowance race on September
Go Mojave Go is out of Go Jaylo (Bertrando) and got the win by three parts
of a length for his owner/breeder Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams.
Emmagointofastforu becameMcCann's Mojave's third juvenile winner
of the year. Never finishing worse than fourth in her four lifetime starts
(with two seconds and a third) the filly rallied on the outside to get up by
a head. Emmagointofastforu is out of the inning Beau Genius broodmare
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (Aug. 6, 2012) – Shudacudawudya passed the field
through the stretch with a bold rally to win Sunday’s $66,850 Jess Jackson
Owners’ Handicap at Santa Rosa.
Shudacudawudya is by Marino Marini,
out of the Cutlass Reality mare Sunny Miss, was bred by owner Brett Mason
and is trained by Lloyd Mason.
He has eight wins in 17 starts, earnings of $287,869 and was coming
off a third in the July 4 Sam J. Whiting Memorial. He ran the five furlongs
on turf in :58.04 and won by a neck over favored Cal-bred Ain’t No Other.