Berkeley S. (G3)

Race 7 at Golden Gate Fields on May 31, 2010

  • Grade III
  • 1 1/16 miles
  • All Weather Track
  • $100,000
  • 4 yo's & up
  • 3:52 PM
  • 1:44.50
Payoffs
3   Run It $41.60 $8.60 $4.20
5   Bold Chieftain $2.60 $2.10
2   Dakota Phone $2.40
Order of Finish
1

Run It

Cherokee Run  – Tracy

4YO

$60,000
  • J:Chad Phillip Schvaneveldt
  • T:Dennis M. Patterson
  • B:Mercedes Stables LLC
  • O:Mercedes Stables LLC
  • Margin:head
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Cherokee Run , Dark Bay or Brown, 1990. Lifetime: 455 yearlings sold, median $56,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Theatrical (IRE) , Dark Bay or Brown, 1982.
2

Bold Chieftain

Chief Seattle  – Hooked On Music

7YO

$20,000
  • J:Russell A. Baze
  • T:William J. Morey, Jr.
  • B:Ernest L. Langbein, William Morey, Kenneth Robinson & Dwaine Hall
  • O:Hall or Langbein Tst or Morey Tst or Robinson
  • Margin:1
  • TrueNicks: B+
  • Sire: Chief Seattle , Dark Bay or Brown, 1997. Lifetime: 169 yearlings sold, median $11,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Seattle Dancer , Bay, 1984.
3

Dakota Phone

Zavata  – World of Gold

5YO

$12,000
  • J:Leslie Mawing
  • T:Jerry Hollendorfer
  • B:Cashmark Farms, Inc. & Dakota Stables
  • O:Halo Farms, Carver, Hollendorfer or Todaro
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: C
  • Sire: Zavata , Bay, 2000. Lifetime: 124 yearlings sold, median $7,250.
  • Broodmare Sire: Spinning World , Chestnut, 1993.
  • Sale History: 2007 BAR2YO, $67,000.
4

Quindici Man

Came Home  – Humble

4YO

$6,000
  • J:Frank T. Alvarado
  • T:Craig Anthony Lewis
  • B:NATO
  • O:Six-S Racing Stable
5

Delightful Kiss

Kissin Kris  – Deputy's Delight

6YO

$2,000
  • J:Julien Couton
  • T:Aggie Ordonez
  • B:Hobeau Farm Ltd.
  • O:Ceen Stable or Pete Anderson
6

Dance Chief

Chief Seattle  – Beaming Smile

5YO

  • J:Michael Martinez
  • T:William Delia
  • B:Margaux Farm LLC
  • O:Patricia Ford
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