Rich Citizen Overtakes the Cherokee Queen; Results 3/27/08 Plus Workouts

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March 27, 2008 

Gulfstream Race 5

Rich Citizen $14.20
$5.80
$4.00
Cherokee Queen  
$6.40
$4.40
Go Go Pink    
$3.00

First-Timer Cherokee Queen looked home free, but Rich Citizen kept coming and just got her head in front.  Go Go Pink, who was the best looking horse in the post parade, went off as the favorite, but she couldn't keep pace with the top two.  The other first-timer, Dancingcolors, was bumped at the start which may have discouraged her, as she was soon behind the pack.  She made little impact on the race.     

Equibase Chart

Workouts

The filly One Perfect Karat (Pleasantly Perfect - Golden Fanfare by Seeking the Gold) worked 1 furlong at Fairplex Park in :11.40 on 3/4/08 (sorry for the late notice about this one, but the email notification was only received this week). The dam of One Perfect Karat is a daughter of Jeanne Jones who won $694,900 and won or placed in nine stakes including a win in the Fantasy Stakes (gr. I) and 2nds in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) and Kentucky Oaks (gr. I). She has also produced 6 winners including Beautiful Gem who earned $155,051 and was stakes-placed. 

A returnee to the worktab was Storm Leopard (Pleasantly Perfect - Thiscatsforcaryl by Storm Cat) who worked 3 furlongs from the gate at Palm Meadow on 3/25/08 recording a time of :35.80.

Prime Time (Medaglia d'Oro - Sioux City by Carson City), a bay colt, worked 2f in :26.80 at Payson Park.  The dam of Prime Time has produced 2 winners including the stakes winner, Santerra who earned $303,552 in her career.

Peace Rules had 3 2-year olds work at Vinery Stable, all working 3 furlongs.  Peace Conference, a colt out of the Dayjur mare In Conference, recorded a time of :39.40.  In Conference won the Humana Distaff (gr. III) and placed 3rd in the Honorable Miss (gr. III) and earned $178,932.  She has produced 5 winners including Settle Up who finished 3rd in the Tropical Turf Handicap (gr. III) and earned $191,520. Also working in :39.40 was Valid Rule (Peace Rules - Valid Bonnet by Valid Appeal), a bay colt.  Valid Rule's dam, Valid Bonnet, won or placed in 10 stakes including wins in the Honeybee (gr. III) and the AKsarben Oaks (gr. III) to anchor total earnings of $387,335. Valid Bonnet has produced 4 winners from 4 to race including Little Bonnet a stakes-placed earner of $143,716. Peace Town (Peace Rules - Darnestown by Williamstown), a chestnut colt, worked in :38.80.  His dam earned $94,280 and placed in multiple stakes and is a half- or full- sister to 9 winners.  Peace Town is her first foal. 

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Tammy

Thanks for the info!

30 Mar 2008 12:51 AM

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