Royal North S.

Race 7 at Beulah Park on April 5, 2014

  • STK
  • 6 furlongs
  • Dirt
  • $50,000
  • 3 yo Fillies
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:11.32
Order of Finish
1

3YO Filly

$30,000
  • J:Pablo Morales
  • T:Timothy E. Hamm
  • B:Bruce Ryan & Blazing Meadows Farm
  • O:Ryan, Bruce and Blazing Meadows Farm
  • Margin:4
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Flatter , Bay, 1999. Lifetime: 410 yearlings sold, median $30,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Left Banker , Chestnut, 1993.
2

Dream Bling

Too Much Bling  – Dream a Bit

3YO Filly

$10,000
  • J:Yuri Yaranga
  • T:Timothy E. Hamm
  • B:Blazing Meadows Farm
  • O:Blazing Meadows Farm LLC and Top Notch Racing Partnership
  • Margin:½
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Too Much Bling , Gray or Roan, 2003. Lifetime: 64 yearlings sold, median $6,600.
  • Broodmare Sire: Slew City Slew , Dark Bay or Brown, 1984.
3

3YO Filly

$5,000
  • J:Rodrigo Vergara
  • T:William R. Helmbrecht
  • B:William Snedegar
  • O:Snedegar, William and Robert
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: C
  • Sire: Value Plus , Gray or Roan, 2001. Lifetime: 167 yearlings sold, median $11,500.
  • Broodmare Sire: Holy Bull , Gray, 1991.
4

Natural Bling

Too Much Bling  – Natural Nine

3YO Filly

$2,500
  • J:Hector L. Rosario, Jr.
  • T:Timothy E. Hamm
  • B:Blazing Meadows Farm
  • O:Blazing Meadows Farm LLC
5

Quiet Elite

Elite Squadron  – Quiet White Eyes

3YO Filly

$1,500
  • J:Gabriel Lagunes
  • T:Jim C. Rankin
  • B:Niknar Farm, LLC
  • O:Rankin, Elizabeth and Rankin, Kayla
6

Kelly's Pride

Big Atlantic  – Becky Becky Becky

3YO Filly

$1,000
  • J:Perry Wayne Ouzts
  • T:Sergio Baez
  • B:Dick Alderson
  • O:Richard L. Alderson
7

Rose

Five Star Day  – Lucy Diver

3YO Filly

  • J:Rodney A. Prescott
  • T:William D. Cowans
  • B:Bruce K Hudson & Nancy A Hudson
  • O:Hudson, Nancy A. and Bruce K.
8

Trueno Lane

Thunderello  – Louise Lane

3YO Filly

  • J:Edgar Paucar
  • T:Karyn Wittek
  • B:Karyn Wittek
  • O:Karyn Wittek
9

Long Blonde Angel

Pacific Waves  – Bulls Best

3YO Filly

  • J:Ben Creed
  • T:Anthony Lowry
  • B:South River Ranch Inc
  • O:M. Y. Stables, Inc.
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