Six stakes for Illinois breds, each worth about $100,000 were run Saturday at Hawthorne. The following is a brief recap.$95,700 Illinois Coronet Stakes:
Robbie Douglas and Chinkapin skipped to a four-length victory over Colorful Tour in the 1 1/16-mile stakes for 3-year-olds and up.
Owned by Jerry Hollendorfer, George Todaro & Peter Abruzzo, the 6-year-old son of Personal Flag is trained by Thomas Swearingen. Chinkapin paid $9.40 $4.80 and $3. Colorful Tour returned $7.40 and $5. Saquache paid $3.20.$97,925 Illini Princess Stakes:
Vibes, with Elvis Trujillo riding, went gate to wire to win the 1 1/16-mile test for fillies and mares by 1/2-length over Out of Options.
Owned and bred by Peter Stamas, Crown's Way Farm and others, the 3-year-old Ide filly was trained by Gene Cilio. Vibes paid $55.60, $21.20 and $22.20. Out of Options returned $17.40 and $20.40. Ellie's Rose paid $9. Two Item Limit, the 2-5 favorite, ran fourth. $108,350 Lightning Jet Stakes:
Too Many Bucks, with Robbie Douglas aboard, went gate to wire in front to win the six-furlong sprint for 3 and up by 1/2-length over Tic N Tin.
A 4-year-old bred and owned by Eugene Young & Terry Renfrow, the son of Buckbean paid $12.40, $6.40 and $3.80. Tic N Tin returned $4.40 and $2.80. Classic Appeal paid $4.60. Joel Berndt trains Too Many Bucks.$96,200 Powerless Stakes:
Favored Tejano Honey held off 25-1 Win Won by 3/4-length in the six-furlong sprint for fillies and mares.
Owned by Kammalot Stables, the 3-year-old Tejano Run filly is trained by Tom Dorris. Tejano Honey paid $6.80, $4 and $2.60. Win Won returned $16.40 and $6.80. Come September paid $3.60.$108,225 Sun Power Stakes:
Whatashot, with Chris Emigh riding, scored a convincing 4 1/4-length triumph in the six-furlong sprint for 2-year-old colts and geldings.
Bred and owned by Lamont Nienast, the son of Whadjathink paid $12.60, $6 and $2.60. Bold America returned $10.60 and $4.80. Shandy, the 4-5 favorite, paid $2.20 to show.$109,350 Showtime Deb Stakes:
She's Fantastic, at 21-1, got the day off to a wild start after stewards disqualified the winner, 4-5 favorite Invader, for coming out in the stretch and bumping the winner in the six-furlong sprint for 2-year-old fillies.
She's Fantastic, a daughter of Allen Charge, earned $71, 610 for owners Crowns Way Farm and partners. She paid $44, $9 and $5.40. Invader, placed second, paid $3 and $2.40. Julie Prize paid $3.80.