Winner Remsen Dubyuhnell returns in Sam F. Davis
Although the Suncoast Stakes haven’t been rated yet, the $150,000 draw has the most stars on the February 11 card at Tampa . Baywith magic wheel And Julia shines Among its entries, the $250,000 Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3) is the richest and deepest bet race on the card.
It attracted 12 ponies and sophomores, led by the 2022 Stonestreet Stables Racing and Stonestreet Stables (G2) Remsen Stakes (G2) winners. Dubyuhnell , vying for qualifying points on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. Sam F. Davis 1 1/16 mile scores the top five finishers on a 20-8-6-4-2 scale.
Also on the card are $100,000 Pelican Stakes, a six-stage race in which Jun Park and Deliah Nash won classified. Sibelius likely to be favored over 10 competitors.
Dubyuhnell, fourth in debut after last dual ranked bet winner Instant coffee In Racecourse Saratoga last summer, having won two in a row since that 3 September skirmish. He won the maiden race on October 1st at Aqueduct race track in Belmont at the Big A meet and then repeat in Remsen Stakes (G2) December 3, beating the New York hybrid Arctic Pride half the length.
the son of good magic Dubyuhnell scored his two wins on the sloppy track.
Jose Ortiz, on board for all three of his races, traveled from South Florida to get on his horse in Saturday’s race for coach Danny Gargan.
Centennial Farm lawsuit, litigation Dubyuhnell’s betting experience lacks but has been active this winter. After his first win at Aqueduct in December, he beat the second best after naughty whirlwind last month in a fast-track option claim race that took place at Gulfstream Park for eight-time Eclipse Award-winning coach Todd Pletcher, a Hall of Famer.
Luis Saez is on the train Blame pony.
Hall of Fame coach Mark Casse also has two entrants to Sam F. Davis: Champion dream And Classic car wash . Champions Dream, a former Gargan trainee who quickly reached second place after Zydeceaux Casse says:
Tyler Gaffalione has a horseback riding mission in Champions Dream.
Zydeceaux, who took Pasco in the lead, was also involved and will be looking for a third straight win as he starts from the outside under the lead of jockey Samuel Marin.
Tampa Bay Downs-based trainer Aldana Spieth participated Dreaming of Kona, winning stakes Fast Anna the gray pony she owns in collaboration under her Aldana Gonzalez Racing banner with her sister and brother Lisa and Steve Ballou, in Sam F. Davis. Spieth’s husband, Scott Spieth, will ride Dreaming of Kona.
Coming in third in the December 3 inaugural Stake in Tampa, Dreaming of Kona then played out in the January 1 Manyo Macho Man Stake at Gulfstream Park, making it past the second row before he was promoted. especially when the manager is eliminated for the first time crossing the wire Heritage Island for noise.
“He’s doing really well now, and I’m looking forward to seeing how he improves (since Mucho Macho Man). He’s been very professional, but I think there’s a lot going on. him after that race. Transportation, different environments, he handled everything well,” said Aldana Spieth.
“If he knew halfway what he had to do at the time, he could be up to 75 or 80% (effective) now,” she added. “But he’s still learning and enthusiastic about everything, and he’s very focused. He loves training and going out there and doing his thing.”
Dreaming of Kona, 2 to 3, also won the first race on October 17 at Presque Isle Downsfor the first time to race twice in the Sam F. Davis Championship.
Item: Sam F. Davis S. (G3)
Tampa . BaySaturday, February 11, 2023, Race No. 10
- Class III
- 1 1/16m
- 250,000 USD
- 3 years old
- 17:18 (local)