Wagering expectations were not met by the majority of horseplayers at Hawthorne Nov.3, as six Illinois-bred stakes races were run and all six favorites disappointed, with longshots ruling the day in the 7th annual Phil Georgeff Festival of Racing.
Denoun N Deverb
- Chestnut Mare
- Born 2002
- IL -Bred
|Trainer||Rusty A. Hellman|
|Jockey||M. Clifton Berry|
|Owner||Kenneth Fischer & Robert Bockel|
|Breeder||Dr. R. Bockel|
|Denoun N Deverb View Five-Cross Pedigree||Denouncer||Tsunami Slew|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Yearling||Dr. Robert Bockel||($2,000)|
Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.
Six $100,000 stakes events restricted to Prairie State performers will be presented at Hawthorne on Saturday's Illinois Champions Day program. The stakes will be run consecutively (races four through nine).
In spite of being left at the gate, M.Y. Stables' outsider Knowwhatimean wound his way through a 12-horse field for jockey Seth Martinez to win the $114,050 Lightning Jet Handicap, one of six feature races for Illinois breds at Hawthorne Saturday.