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Delaware Park: Owners’ Day undercard report

by | Sep 29, 2018 | Breaking, DE Racing, Delaware, Racing

Off in the Governor’s Day! Photo by The Racing Biz.

From a Delaware Park release

Adele Dilschneider and Dell Hancock’s Arraign won the $75,375 George Rosenberger Memorial at Delaware Saturday on Delaware Park’s 26th annual Owners’ Day. With Edwin Gonzalez aboard, the 5-year-old daughter of Blame won by a half-length and returned $17.60 as the fourth choice in the field of eight. I’m Pretty Strong, with Alex Cintron, finished second. It was 8-lengths farther back to Broken Bridle, with Angel Suarez, in third.

Arraign covered the mile and a sixteenth over a fast main track in 1:43.34. The race was originally scheduled to be run on the grass, but was transferred to the main track due to the heavy rain in the area last week.

The Kentucky-bred trained by Michael Matz raised her career mark to three wins from 21 starts with earnings of $203,362.

START THE SHOW TAKES SMALL WONDER

Blackstone Street Racing’s Start the Show cruised to victory in the $100,750 Small Wonder Stakes at Delaware Park. With leading Delaware Park jockey Carol Cedeno aboard, the 2-year-old son of Oxbow posted a 4 ¼-length win and returned $3.80 as the favorite in the field of twelve. Rolling Baby, with Jose Garcia, finished second. It was another 4-lengths farther back to Blameitonthekiss, with Angel Serpa, in third.

Start the Show covered the five and a half furlongs over a fast main track in 1:04.14.

The California-bred trained by Michael Catalano raised his career record to two wins from three starts with earnings of $89,250.

SHIMMERING ASPEN DOUBLES UP WITH TAX FREE SHOPPING DISTAFF SCORE

Hillwood Stable’s Shimmering Aspen posted and easy score in the $100,000 Tax Free Shopping Distaff at Delaware Park. With Victor Carrasco aboard, the 4-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon posted a 3 1/2-length win and returned $3.00 as the favorite in the field of nine. Fillupcohensapiker, with Angel Suarez, finished second. It was another 1 1/4-lengths farther back to Hailey’s Flip, with Weston Hamilton, in third.

Shimmering Aspen covered the six furlongs over a fast main track in 1:09.86. The Kentucky-bred trained by Rodney Jenkins raised her career record to seven wins from 12 starts with earnings of $293,110. It was her second consecutive score in stakes company, following a win in the Timonium Distaff.

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A fist bump for jockey Alex Cintron after Winplaceorshowono won the New Castle for the second straight year. Photo by The Racing Biz.

WINPLACEORSHOWONO REPEATS IN NEW CASTLE

Rickman Racing’s Winplaceorshowono won the $100,000 New Castle Stakes at Delaware Park Saturday. With Alex Cintron aboard, the 4-year-old daughter of Dance With Ravens posted a half-length victory and returned $5.80 as the favorite in the field of eight. Bubba’s Will, with Angel Suarez, finished second. It was another 1 3/4-lengths farther back to Guinness Spice, with Jorge Gonzalez, in third.

Winplaceorshowono covered the six furlongs over a fast main track in 1:10.76. The Maryland-bred trained by Dale Capuano raised his career record to four wins from nine starts with earnings of $204,560 and won the New Castle for the second straight year.

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