Dover S.

Race 7 at Delaware Park on October 11, 2008

  • Grade
  • One And One Sixteenth Miles
  • Dirt
  • $75,000
  • 2 yo
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:47.00
Order of Finish

Aspiring Nick

Graeme Hall  – Aspiring Sue


  • J:Mario G. Pino
  • T:Timothy James Kelly
  • B:Daniel J. Ljoka & Sharon Biamonte
  • O:Daniel J. Ljoka
  • Margin:nose
  • Sire: Graeme Hall , Chestnut, 1997. Lifetime: 156 yearlings sold, median $12,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Proof , Chestnut, 1980.

Bunker Hill

Trippi  – Never Yield


  • J:Jose Lezcano
  • T:Derek S. Ryan
  • B:Flying Dutchman Thoroughbreds LLC & Dennis Barbierri
  • O:Flying Dutchman Stable
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Trippi , Bay, 1997. Lifetime: 488 yearlings sold, median $32,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: High Yield , Chestnut, 1997.

Ask Joe

Najran  – Heavenly Halo


  • J:Rafael Mojica, Jr.
  • T:Steve Klesaris
  • B:Columbiana Farm
  • O:Puglisi Racing, LLC
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Najran , Gray or Roan, 1999. Lifetime: 90 yearlings sold, median $7,250.
  • Broodmare Sire: Grindstone , Dark Bay or Brown, 1993.
  • Sale History: 2007 FTKFYR, $18,000; 2008 ESMAY , $42,000.

R B Lion King

Lion Heart  – Hail the Queen


  • J:Oliver Castillo
  • T:Randy Nunley
  • B:Diane Waldron
  • O:Dianne K. Waldron

Count On Lou

Marquetry  – Irish Baroness


  • J:Ramon A. Dominguez
  • T:A. Ferris Allen, III
  • B:Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Bowman
  • O:M M M Stable


Kafwain  – Redmarina


  • J:Gabriel Saez
  • T:David Fawkes
  • B:True Breeding & Sales
  • O:Yusuf Mongroo

La Vengansa

El Corredor  – Cupids Revenge


  • J:Joseph Rocco, Jr.
  • T:Juan C. Vazquez
  • B:Westwind Farms
  • O:Florence Patitucci
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