Horse Racing

Lammas turns the tables in Berkeley Handicap


lama turned the tide against multiple opponents on November 26 in the $100,000 Berkeley Handicap (G3) at Golden Gate Fieldsrise to the win to secure your first graded score.

5 years old Heeraat gelding out the rear third I will become someone and the 2021 Berkeley winner Freeport Joe on November 5 Joseph T. Grace Stakes on the all-weather surface at the Northern California track.

Of the five short players, Freeport Joe was sent off for an even amount while Lammas, owned by Ronald Charles and Samuel Gordon and coached by Manuel Badilla, lost 4-1 under Kevin Radke. Taking a favorable position from post 1, the final winner skimmed the rails in fourth and then third while waiting for more space against the pace set by 3-1 I’mgonnabesomebody , who posted early fractions of :24.01, :48 and 1:11.58.

Freeport Joe made an outside bid from the end of the team as the field turned towards home, but Lammas had the advantage inside and took the lead with 1:36.04 miles on the way to a win. 1 1/4 difference in the final. of 1:42,42.

I’mgonnabesomebody was kept in second place, and Freeport Joe signed up for third after half the time.

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Bred in the UK by Peter Onslow in addition to Sightstown mare Spate Rises , Lammas was purchased by Charles earlier this season for the equivalent of $55,327 from David Loughnane Racing’s shipment for the Tattersalls Guineas Breeze-Up and Horses in Training Sale and made its North American debut in July. He improved his record to 5-3-3 in 19 starts, with a run of $126,688.

Video: Berkeley H. (G3)

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