07.23.2015

Another Stakes Win for Milwaukee Brew's Kingsport

Kingsport, expertly piloted by Patrick Husbands, swept to the lead at the top of the lane and......

Kingsport, expertly piloted by Patrick Husbands, swept to the lead at the top of the lane and never looked back capturing Wednesday night's $125,000 Deputy Minister Stakes in stylish fashion, at Woodbine.
 

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Trained by Sid Attard for owner Goldmart Farms and Royal Laser Racing Inc., Kingsport arrived at the seven furlong 'Poly' sprint for Ontario-sired sophomores from a driving 1/2-length score over older company in an optional claiming route on the E.P. Taylor Turf Course.
 
A dark bay son of Milwaukee Brew-Green Jewel (by Green Dancer), Kingsport banked $75,000 in victory while improving his record to 4-1-2 from eight starts. Also winner of the Kingarvie Stakes last season, he's now earned $201,713 for his career.
 
Seffeara, the recent Bold Ruckus Stakes winner, and Three Ring Circus contested the early pace of the Deputy Minister marking off splits of :22.15 and :44.85 with Goodoldhockeygame and Kingsport stalking their early foot.
 
Goodoldhockeygame challenged the leaders through turn to take a short lead, but could not repel the onrushing Kingsport who widened under light handling en route to a 2 3/4-length score. Goodoldhockeygame stayed on for place, 2 3/4-lengths in front of Super Colerosa.  R U Watchingbud,  who was slow to stride and trailed, rallied for fourth.  Kingsport covered seven furlongs in 1:21.82.
 
Attard was pleased with the effort of last year's Kingarvie Stakes champ, who earlier this year was considered among the contenders for the Queen's Plate, before taking a different path.
 
"I loved him today, not just because he won, but because he came into this race very well," said Attard.
 
The stalking trip provided by Husbands was much appreciated by the veteran conditioner.
 
"He's one of the best, I've had a lot of luck with Patrick," said Attard.
 

-edited from www.woodbineentertainment.com

 

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07.13.2015

Giant Gizmo's Brooklynsway Captures Tiara Jewel

Brooklynsway defeated Galina Point by a nose in the $250,000 Bison City Stakes July......

Brooklynsway defeated Galina Point by a nose in the $250,000 Bison City Stakes July 12 at Woodbine.
 

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The 1 1/16-mile Bison City, the second leg of the Triple Tiara for Canadian-foaled 3-year-old fillies, was missing Academic, the shocking winner of the Woodbine Oaks last month, who had elected instead to contest the Queen's Plate July 5.
 
London Tower who finished a troubled second in the Oaks as the 4-5 choice, was trying to redeem herself in the Bison City and was the 1-2 favorite. Once again, she left the gate tardily, trailed the field for most of the race, and accelerated wide around the far turn and into the stretch. But was left with too much to do, yet finished third, just a neck behind.
 
Brooklynsway, fourth for much of the journey, as pacesetter Green Doctor clocked fractions of :23.86, :48.14, and 1:12.71, moved with Galina Point in early stretch in pursuit of front-runner Moon Rainbow, who had briefly taken over turning for home.
 
Galina Point and jockey Patrick Husbands edged to the front in midstretch, but Brooklynsway fought back on the inside to snatch the narrow victory in the closing strides.  
 
A multiple stakes winner and Sovereign Award finalist at two, Brooklynsway finished the trip under Emma-Jayne Wilson in 1:44.06 on the Polytrack main track.
 
It was the second Bison City win for owner and trainer John Ross, after taking the 2003 edition with Jam-Jar Racing Stable's Brattothecore, who dead-heated with Seeking The Ring that year, when the race was contested at Fort Erie.
 
"This filly can be really quirky," Ross said of the filly by Giant Gizmo—Explosive Story, by Radio Star. "She's not an easy filly to handle in the mornings. We've had to do a lot of adjustments. Looks like a lot of this tweaking paid off today. Emma-Jayne gave her a great ride. She looked comfortable on the outside. When this filly's happy, she'll do her thing, but when she's not happy, you'll know it." 
 
Brooklynsway was bred in Ontario by HJT Racing Stable.
 
The third and final leg in the Canadian filly classic series is the $250,000 Wonder Where Stakes, at 1 1/4 miles on the turf Aug. 9. The top three finishers in the Bison City have never raced on grass.
 

-edited from www.bloodhorse.com

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