Delaware Park: Owners’ Day undercard report
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.
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.