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Mountaineer Park Race # 1, 2:00 pm ET, Aug 1
6F | Open | 2 Year Olds | Purse: $100,000
Mountaineer Juvenile Stakes Recap
Finishing Order: 1. Bullet Gone Astray 2. Save the Drama 3. Derby Express
Margins: 9 - 1 ½ - 11
Also Ran: Allpride No Facts, Dads Divine
Scratched: Blingitonagain, Bravura, Kiosk's Cause, Mayor Mac
Winning Jockey/Trainer/Owner: Luca Panici/Henry Collazo/Four Horsemen Racing Stable, Inc. and Lady Lindsay Racing Stables
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Trainer Dale Romans has enjoyed outstanding success in recent years with juveniles at Ellis Park, and this pricey son of Unbridled's Song added to those achievements when he overcame trouble to break his maiden there in a July 25 6F contest. With Miguel Mena at the controls for the first time, Unbridled Outlaw ducked in at the start and hit the rail early before shifting out on the turn and gaining the lead down the stretch. Against five rivals, the colt finished half a length ahead of pacesetter R Rated Superstar in a final time of 1:09.91. The 81 BRIS Speed Rating was five points below the 86 Unbridled Outlaw earned when he ran a troubled third in his career debut four weeks earlier at Churchill Downs. Bred in Kentucky by the partnership of Betz/Blackburn/J. Betz/Ramsby/CNHHNK, the dark bay is out of the graded stakes-winning Menifee mare Letgomyecho and was foaled on March 18, 2013. Kempton Bloodstock signed a $330,000 ticket at the Keeneland 2014 September Yearling Sale to purchase the colt, who has earned $22,170, for owner Albaugh Family Stable. If his connections choose to step straight into a graded stakes next, Unbridled Outlaw could join Romans' string at Saratoga or await the G3 Iroquois S. during Churchill Downs' September meet.
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2YO Winning Speed Figures through June, 20th - July, 26th
|Krews Pass||4 1/2f (ft)||CPW 7/26||105||N/A|
|Riker||6f (ft)||WO 7/25||95||86|
|Site Read||1 1/16m (fm)||SAR 7/25||90||81|
|Uncle Vinny||6f (ft)||SAR 7/25||88||75|
|Storm Warrior||5 1/2f (ft)||RUI 7/26||86||74|
|Saratoga Mischief||5 1/2f (ft)||SAR 7/25||86||81|
|Exaggerator||6f (ft)||DMR 7/25||86||77|
|Dream of Me||6f (sy)||GP 7/26||85||61|
|Bon Voyage||5f (ft)||GP 7/26||83||56|
|Unbridled Outlaw||6f (ft)||ELP 7/25||81||66|
|Family Code||5 1/2f (ft)||DMR 7/24||81||60|
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Tuesday August 4
Presque Isle Downs Race # 3: 6F Mdn 27k - Yo Phat has two close runner-up efforts in four races on this oval. Twirling Tiger steps up off a narrow miss in a MC 25000 here. Uncle Jerry debuts for hot freshman sire Uncle Mo and is out of a mare who has produced juvenile winners at a 33% rate.
Wednesday August 5
Evangeline Downs Race # 1: 7 ½F Turf Statebred Mdn 30k - Kid Creole was a good second in his May 7 career debut and exits a June 10 main track contest versus similar that was won by a next out stakes champ. Zartan closed well in his only start to finish just 3 ½ lengths out of the top spot and is well-bred for the surface switch. Declan's Gold moves to turf for the Steve Flint barn that wins at a 23% rate on the second career race angle.
Bear Skinned: 8/1 - The Woodbine debut winner worked 5F handily towards his return in 1:01.00 (16/55) over that fast all weather surface.
Cajun Schill: 7/29 - The son of Artie Schiler, who improved from third to second to first in his three starts, breezed 5F on Gulfstream Park's fast track in 1:00.73 (2/8).
Kiosk's Cause: 8/1 - The unbeaten Hoover S. champ, who was scratched from the Mountaineer Juvenile S., breezed 4F over fast dirt at Thistledown in 50.00 (10/20).
Morning Fire: 7/28 - The Friesan Fire colt returned to the work tab for the first time since breaking his maiden at Parx with a 4F breeze on that fast oval in 49.52 (21/38).
Young Brian: 8/2 - John Liviakis' unraced homebred, who is nominated to the G1 Del Mar Futurity, worked 5F handily over a fast Del Mar course in 1:01.20 (11/64).
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Sticksstatelydude, who broke his maiden at Saratoga in his second start, is under consideration for the G1 Hopeful S. on the meet's closing day
The connections of Saratoga debut winner Realm are hoping to run the colt back in an allowance race there with the Hopeful as a back-up plan
Tremont S. runner-up Paynes Prairie was purchased privately by Jack McShayne after breaking his maiden on July 4 and transferred to trainer Mike Pender
Paynes Prairie is nominated to the $200,000 G2 Best Pal S. at Del Mar on Aug. 8
Sudden Surprise, a Repole Stable homebred who broke his maiden in his July 30 debut at Saratoga, was the first winner for freshman sire Giant Surprise
Paratrooper, who made a winning debut at Presque Isle Downs on June 28, was purchased by Dogwood Stable's Cot Campbell and transferred to Gary Contessa's barn
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Uncle Vinny gave trainer Todd Pletcher his sixth victory in Saratoga's G3 Sanford S. and freshman sire Uncle Mo his first stakes winner when he was elevated to the top spot in that July 25 contest via the disqualification of Magna Light. Magna Light set the pace in the 6F race and appeared in route to an easy victory when the Rudy Rodriguez trainee veered out down the stretch and then drifted back in and interfered with eventual show finisher Percolator. Under regular pilot John Velazquez, Uncle Vinny avoided trouble with an outside rally from mid-pack that carried him past Percolator late and proved to be the winning move. Magna Light crossed the wire three quarters of a length ahead of Uncle Vinny, who was a half-length clear of Percolator. Following an inquiry and objection by Percolator jockey Kendrick Carmouche, the stewards placed Magna Light third and Uncle Vinny inherited the score. The race's final time was 1:02.92 and Pletcher's charge received a career best 88 BRIS Speed Rating.
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|#||Stallion||'15 Stud Fee
|Rnrs||Wnrs||SWrs||SHs||Top Earner (Earnings)||Earnings (%)|
Ashford Stud, KY
|154||31||8||1||1||Acapulco ($93,140)||$348,522 9|
Vessels Stallion Farm, CA
|37||8||5||1||3||Found Money ($108,600)||$332,549 27|
Ashford Stud, KY
|164||14||4||1||1||Uncle Vinny ($141,500)||$296,781 100|
|77||15||6||-||1||Decked Out ($98,600)||$263,478 11|
Lane's End, KY
|91||16||5||-||-||Rare Candy ($57,000)||$239,602 100|
|105||8||3||1||1||Moment Is Right ($159,100)||$237,665 3|
WinStar Farm LLC, KY
|111||13||2||1||1||Cocked and Loaded ($160,600)||$206,569 10|
Valor Farm, TX
|21||11||9||1||1||He's Comin in Hot ($101,010)||$199,318 23|
Ocala Stud Farm, FL
|95||21||5||-||-||High End Queen ($40,100)||$198,216 22|
Harris Farms, CA
|83||19||3||-||-||Swiss Minister ($47,163)||$191,866 6|
Updated July 27