Connaught Cup S. (G2T)

Race 8 at Woodbine on May 27, 2012

  • Grade II
  • 7 furlongs
  • $145,740
  • 4 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:20.69
Payoffs
7   Something Extra
2   Big Band Sound $6.10 $4.40
5   Artic Fern $9.20
$2 Exacta (7-2) $183.20
$2 Trifecta (7-2-5) $1,412.00
$2 Superfecta (7-2-5-4) $12,746.20
Order of Finish
1

Something Extra

Indian Charlie  – Our Mariah

4YO Gelding

$87,444
  • J:Eurico Rosa Da Silva
  • T:Gail Cox
  • B:Gulf Coast Farms LLC
  • O:Menary, John and Cox, Gail
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A+
  • Sire: Indian Charlie , Bay, 1995. Lifetime: 548 yearlings sold, median $60,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Mt. Livermore , Chestnut, 1981.
  • Sale History: 2009 KEESEP, $85,000.
2

Big Band Sound

Bernstein  – Ensnare

5YO Horse

$29,148
  • J:Tyler Pizarro
  • T:Daniel J. Vella
  • B:Richard Shultz
  • O:Kendel D. Standlee
  • Margin:¾
  • TrueNicks: B+
  • Sire: Bernstein , Bay, 1997. Lifetime: 400 yearlings sold, median $25,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Seeking the Gold , Bay, 1985.
  • Sale History: 2009 FTF2YO, $60,000.
3

Artic Fern

Langfuhr  – Wood Fern

5YO Gelding

$17,489
  • J:David Clark
  • T:Michael Keogh
  • B:Gustav Schickedanz
  • O:Gustav Schickedanz
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A+
  • Sire: Langfuhr , Bay, 1992. Lifetime: 523 yearlings sold, median $22,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Woodman , Chestnut, 1983.
4

Riding the River

Wiseman's Ferry  – Glow Ruby Go

5YO Gelding

$7,287
  • J:Todd Kabel
  • T:David Cotey
  • B:Juliana Orem
  • O:Dominion Bloodstock, HGHR Inc. and Linmac Farm
5

Stormy Rush

Stormy Atlantic  – Willow Rush

4YO Colt

$2,915
  • J:Patrick Husbands
  • T:Roger L. Attfield
  • B:Gulf Coast Farms LLC
  • O:Harvey, Robert, Wortzman, A. and Ledson George Philip
6

Signature Red

Bernstein  – Irish and Foxy

6YO Horse

$1,457
  • J:Luis Contreras
  • T:Sid C. Attard
  • B:Gary K. Tussey
  • O:Norseman Racing Stable
7

Mutual Trust (GB)

Cacique (IRE)  – Posteritas

4YO Colt

$1,457
  • J:Corey S. Nakatani
  • T:William I. Mott
  • B:Juddmonte Farms Inc
  • O:Juddmonte Farms, Inc.
8

Kara's Orientation

Orientate  – Crissy Aya

5YO Horse

$1,457
  • J:Jesse M. Campbell
  • T:Steven Chircop
  • B:Stewart L. Armstrong
  • O:Berketa, Max and Pinnacle Racing
9

Welloiledmachine

Mobil  – Sleek and Powerful

4YO Gelding

$389
  • J:James McAleney
  • T:Michael Keogh
  • B:John Kennedy
  • O:Windsor, Christine and Dennis
10

5YO Horse

$389
  • J:Emile Ramsammy
  • T:Peter Berringer
  • B:J. Fred Miller III
  • O:Aurora Meadows
11

Stormy Lord

Stormy Atlantic  – Lady Auchamore

5YO Gelding

$389
  • J:Justin Stein
  • T:Ian Black
  • B:Kinghaven Farms Limited
  • O:Hat Trick Stable and Kinghaven Farms
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