In the last seven years, the US-based horse has won his plate, Queens five times. And on Sunday, the New York-based runners will try to continue the trend. Despite being the least experienced of all, there is reason to believe that Causin' Mayhem has a say. At 1 ¼ miles classic.
"He's inexperienced, but I believe he has a lot of talent," said former jockeys and now Robert and Mark. Robert his laundry manager, Woodbine, he told Entertainment.
Krembils raised Into Mischief's son at his Schomberg-based stable and sent him to barn Hall of Fame trainer Todd Pletcher. The Colt's first effort came in March when he missed out on winning his first turf race at Gulfstream. His next effort came in June at a race at Belmont Park that was moved off turf due to rain. Slop was no deterrent as Causin' Mayhem went gate-to-wire.
Next was Causin' Mayhem's chance to prove that Queens belonged to his plate. His plate on July 24 His trial effort went well. He lost the lead to the eventual winner, Sir for Sure, but finished third.
"We were hoping to do a stalking trip, but it didn't work out," Landry said. "If there's a little more pace on the plate, we might be able to go on our journey." Antonio Gallardo will be riding his Causin' Mayhem on Sunday, looking to give the owner/breeder another plate of success.
"Autobreeding is very special. You are involved in the program from start to finish," he said. "It's really nice to win at home breeding. You want to win big races."
Sentimental Choice: Sam-Son Farms I retired from the breeding business and ended up owning a few horses. However, the famous operation remains part of the Queen's Plate.
The red-and-gold silk, who found his five-time winner's circle of the plate, was the son of a Nile pioneer who took his first win in his five starts. Carried by Dancin of a certain Danile.
After breaking his virginity last August, Daniil's Dancin is his fourth in Cup and Saucer and Coronation his second in Futurity behind plate rival Minxter. finished with. He finished fifth in the plate trial after finishing third in June's allowance race.
"He was very aggressive in that race. He has never been," trainer Gale said Cox. "We want him to be a little more relaxed."
For jockey Sean Bridgemohan, where Dansin of Danail takes a more relaxed approach? Even if you finish, you will be a fun jockey. "He's very laid back and easy to train," Cox said. "He runs well in every race and is always up for a challenge."
"I think his best racing attributes are that he's rated and easy to ride."
Quite a bargain: It's always nice to see a horse that didn't spend a lot of money do well. For Hamilton District owner Helen Bruno and his son Adrian his Meri, his $7,000 spent on Ironstone has been a good investment.
Mr Speaker's son made a big impact last year by winning both the Simcoe Stakes and the Clarendon Stakes. Since then, he has hit the board with his Display, Gray, Woodstock, Queenston and Marine Stakes, with a current bankroll of $347,000.
Ironstone was trained by Willy his Armata. Willie his Armata father Vito shocked the racing world 20 years ago when he sent TJ's Lucky his Moon at the plate to his 82-1 score. Vito will ride Ironstone on Sunday and step into jockey Kazushi Kimura.
"We were able to make history. Father and son," he said.
Game Name: Saturday's card at Woodbine included his two excellent turf sprints for two-year-olds and hockey. There are opportunities for themed parleys.
Hayley Wickenheiser fans can start with his Wickenheiser in his Catch a Glimpse Stakes for $125,000. Kevin Attard's trainee did a good stretch to win his debut on July 2nd. Luis Contreras will ride as he goes against his other 11 boys.
The second part of the parlay is the $125,000 Soaring Free Stakes featuring undefeated Poulin In O T. Current Canadian team Steve, named after his captain, Marie his Phillip his Puleyn, his Owens-trained foal made his first race before scoring big in the last Victoria Stakes. I won. Contreras will also ride Poulin in the OT. against nine rivals.
These two races were the Breeders' two Grade 1 races in which he staked his Cup spot. considered ready.
Cross-Country: His two races, Canada's largest outside of Ontario, finish within minutes on Saturday night.
At 10:50 pm, a field of 13 players will compete in the $200,000 Canadian Derby at Edmonton's Century Mile. Having acquired trainer Robertino Diodoro in his Manitoba derby earlier this month in Winnipeg, the Red Knobs are a lukewarm 3-1 morning line choice.
A few minutes later, thousands of miles away at Red Shores Charlottetown, a nine-man field will take on the $100,000 Gold Cup and Saucer. A longtime favorite at Woodbine Mohawk Park, Cintra is in the hunt for the biggest race prize money in Atlantic Canada.
Also Saturday, Grand of Mohawk his month of circuit action kicks off with freshman Trotter competing in the elimination heats of Peaceful Way and William Wellwood Memorial.
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