Timely Writer S.

Race 8 at Gulfstream Park on March 12, 2011

  • STK
  • 1 mile
  • $100,000
  • 3 yo
  • 7:00 PM
  • 1:36.56
Payoffs
1   Uncle Mo $2.10 $2.10 $2.10
6   Rattlesnake Bridge $2.20 $2.20
2   Gallant Dreams $3.00
$2 Exacta (1-6) $4.00
$2 Trifecta (1-6-2) $22.80
$2 Superfecta (1-6-2-4) $28.00
Order of Finish
1

Uncle Mo

Indian Charlie  – Playa Maya

3YO Colt

$40,000
  • J:John R. Velazquez
  • T:Todd A. Pletcher
  • B:D. Michael Cavey DVM
  • O:Repole Stable
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Indian Charlie , Bay, 1995. Lifetime: 548 yearlings sold, median $60,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Arch , Dark Bay or Brown, 1995.
  • Sale History: 2008 KEENOV, $160,000; 2009 KEESEP, $220,000.
2

Rattlesnake Bridge

Tapit  – Prall Street

3YO Colt

$20,000
  • J:Jose Lezcano
  • T:Kiaran P. McLaughlin
  • B:William Graves & Dennis Lynch
  • O:Mill House
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: D
  • Sire: Tapit , Gray or Roan, 2001. Lifetime: 552 yearlings sold, median $172,500.
  • Broodmare Sire: Cherokee Run , Dark Bay or Brown, 1990.
  • Sale History: 2010 FTM2YO, $450,000.
3

Gallant Dreams

Bernardini  – Dreams Gallore

3YO Colt

$12,000
  • J:Javier Castellano
  • T:Thomas Albertrani
  • B:Live Oak Stud
  • O:Live Oak Plantation
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A+
  • Sire: Bernardini , Bay, 2003. Lifetime: 587 yearlings sold, median $100,386.
  • Broodmare Sire: Silver Ghost , Gray, 1982.
4

Rocking Out

Include  – Elusive Sugar

3YO Colt

$4,000
  • J:Julien R. Leparoux
  • T:Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.
  • B:Brereton C. Jones
  • O:J.W. Singer LLC
5

Schoolyard Cat

Catienus  – Class of Fifty Six

3YO Gelding

$2,400
  • J:Ryan Curatolo
  • T:Carlos F. Martin
  • B:Flying Zee Stables
  • O:Flying Zee Stable
SCR
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