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Race 11 at Calder Race Course on August 4, 2012

  • STK
  • 6 1/2 furlongs
  • Dirt
  • $55,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:16.84
Order of Finish
1

Indiano

Indian Charlie  – Separata (CHI)

4YO Colt

$29,760
  • J:Luis Saez
  • T:Martin D. Wolfson
  • B:Diamond A Racing Corp.
  • O:Stud El Aguila
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Indian Charlie , Bay, 1995. Lifetime: 548 yearlings sold, median $60,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Sam M. , Chestnut, 1981.
  • Sale History: 2009 KEESEP, $25,000.
2

Abdel's Ghost

Black Mambo  – Baybrooke

5YO Horse

$10,600
  • J:Jonathan J. Gonzales
  • T:Gerald Procino
  • B:Steve Tucker & Lynne Boutte
  • O:New Life Stable, Inc.and Equus Racing Stable
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: D
  • Sire: Black Mambo , Bay, 1999. Lifetime: 53 yearlings sold, median $6,700.
  • Broodmare Sire: Montbrook , Dark Bay or Brown, 1990.
  • Sale History: 2008 OBSSYR, $35,000.
3

Close It Out

Closing Argument  – Honeymoon Sweep

4YO Gelding

$5,300
  • J:Jose Angel Garcia
  • T:Steve Towne
  • B:Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Rogers Jr.
  • O:Samuel H. Rogers, Jr.
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: B
  • Sire: Closing Argument , Bay, 2002. Lifetime: 158 yearlings sold, median $12,256.
  • Broodmare Sire: End Sweep , Bay, 1991.
4

Duty Blues

Act of Duty  – Red Ruffle

4YO Colt

$2,400
  • J:Luca Panici
  • T:Robert G. Smith
  • B:William F Murphy, Annabel Murphy & David C Lisselan Farms Ltd,
  • O:Murphy, Annabell and William
5

Artefacto

Officer  – Rose Bourbon

4YO Colt

$1,440
  • J:Fernando Jara
  • T:Saffie A. Joseph, Jr.
  • B:Woodford Thoroughbreds, LLC.
  • O:Saffie Joseph
6

Two Is to Many

Bandini  – Come On Get Happy

3YO Gelding

$500
  • J:Jose Alberto Rivera II
  • T:Manuel H. Carrasco
  • B:John T. L. Jones III
  • O:Sandra J. Brown
7

Angelofdistinction

With Distinction  – God's Wild Angel

3YO Gelding

$500
  • J:Jesus M. Rios
  • T:Daniel Pita
  • B:Valerie Ammirato
  • O:Tabraue, Brenda and Andrea's Farm
8

King Ghidorah

Black Mambo  – Alyspire

6YO Gelding

$500
  • J:Manoel R. Cruz
  • T:Bisnath Parboo
  • B:R. G. Lundock DVM
  • O:Shivananda Racing
9

Loch Dubh

Friends Lake  – Star Landing

6YO Gelding

$500
  • J:Jozbin Z. Santana
  • T:Sharon McGlinchey
  • B:The Answer LLC
  • O:Hot Scot Racing Stables
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