Carter H. (G1)

Race 9 at Aqueduct on April 9, 2011

  • Grade I
  • 7 furlongs
  • Dirt
  • $250,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:21.46
Payoffs
10   Morning Line $6.20 $3.10 $2.50
7   Apriority $2.80 $2.50
6   Yawanna Twist $3.70
$2 Exacta (10-7) $15.40
$2 Trifecta (10-7-6) $70.00
$2 Superfecta (10-7-6-4) $213.40
Order of Finish
1

Morning Line

Tiznow  – Indian Snow

4YO Colt

$150,000
  • J:John R. Velazquez
  • T:Nicholas P. Zito
  • B:Dell Ridge Farm, LLC
  • O:Thoroughbred Legends Racing Stable
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Tiznow , Bay, 1997. Lifetime: 638 yearlings sold, median $110,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: A.P. Indy , Dark Bay or Brown, 1989.
  • Sale History: 2008 KEESEP, $700,000.
2

Apriority

Grand Slam  – Midway Squall

4YO Colt

$50,000
  • J:Luis Saez
  • T:David Fawkes
  • B:Donald R. Dizney
  • O:Donald R. Dizney
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: C
  • Sire: Grand Slam , Dark Bay or Brown, 1995. Lifetime: 785 yearlings sold, median $63,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Storm Bird , Bay, 1978.
3

Yawanna Twist

Yonaguska  – Twist and Pop

4YO Colt

$25,000
  • J:Michael J. Luzzi
  • T:Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.
  • B:Steel Your Face Stable, LLC
  • O:Steel Your Face Stables
  • Margin:neck
  • TrueNicks: NR
  • Sire: Yonaguska , Dark Bay or Brown, 1998. Lifetime: 292 yearlings sold, median $22,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Oliver's Twist , Dark Bay or Brown, 1992.
  • Sale History: 2008 KEESEP, $70,000.
4

Kensei

Mr. Greeley  – Private Feeling

5YO Horse

$12,500
  • J:Edgar S. Prado
  • T:Steven M. Asmussen
  • B:Gulf Coast Farms LLC
  • O:Stonestreet Stables and Gulf Coast Farms
5

Laysh Laysh Laysh

Whywhywhy  – Beauty School

6YO Ridgling

$7,500
  • J:Cornelio H. Velasquez
  • T:Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.
  • B:Fadi Hosn
  • O:Vincent S. Scuderi
6

Sunrise Smarty

Smarty Jones  – Sunrise Slew

4YO Colt

$1,667
  • J:Charles C. Lopez
  • T:Michael E. Hushion
  • B:Dennis A Drazin
  • O:West Point Thoroughbreds, Brooks, Donald and Cammarano, Nick
7

Fastus Cactus

Cactus Ridge  – Garopaba

5YO Gelding

$1,667
  • J:Jose L. Espinoza
  • T:Naipaul Chatterpaul
  • B:Kelly Charles & Kelli Charles
  • O:Chatterpaul, Naipaul and Terikchand
8

More Than a Reason

More Than Ready  – Sab's Reason

6YO Horse

$1,666
  • J:Eddie Castro
  • T:Randi Persaud
  • B:Ron Kirby & Tom Kirby
  • O:Anthony Calabrese
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