Pennsylvania Derby (G2)

Race 11 at Philadelphia Park on September 25, 2010

  • Grade II
  • 1 1/8 miles
  • $1,000,000
  • 3 yo
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:47.85
Payoffs
5   Morning Line $9.60 $5.40 $3.60
6   First Dude $3.20 $2.20
4   A Little Warm $2.40
$2 Exacta (5-6) $37.20
$2 Trifecta (5-6-4) $90.00
Order of Finish
1

Morning Line

Tiznow  – Indian Snow

3YO Colt

$574,000
  • J:John R. Velazquez
  • T:Nicholas P. Zito
  • B:Dell Ridge Farm, LLC
  • O:Thoroughbred Legends Racing Stable
  • Margin:neck
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Tiznow , Bay, 1997. Lifetime: 602 yearlings sold, median $110,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: A.P. Indy , Dark Bay or Brown, 1989.
  • Sale History: 2008 KEESEP, $700,000.
2

First Dude

Stephen Got Even  – Run Sarah Run

3YO Colt

$198,000
  • J:Robby Albarado
  • T:Dale L. Romans
  • B:Donald R. Dizney
  • O:Donald R. Dizney
  • Margin:nose
  • TrueNicks: B
  • Sire: Stephen Got Even , Bay, 1996. Lifetime: 350 yearlings sold, median $18,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Smart Strike , Bay, 1992.
3

3YO Colt

$113,400
  • J:Garrett K. Gomez
  • T:Anthony W. Dutrow
  • B:Edward P. Evans
  • O:Edward P. Evans
  • Margin:8
  • TrueNicks: A+
  • Sire: Stormin Fever , Dark Bay or Brown, 1994. Lifetime: 335 yearlings sold, median $25,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Alydar , Chestnut, 1975.
4

Exhi

Maria's Mon  – Soldera

3YO Colt

$66,400
  • J:Javier Castellano
  • T:Todd A. Pletcher
  • B:Wertheimer Et Frere
  • O:Wertheimer and Frere
5

Afleet Again

Afleet Alex  – Lucky Again

3YO Colt

$38,200
  • J:Cornelio H. Velasquez
  • T:Robert E. Reid, Jr.
  • B:Roll Z Dice Racing Stable
  • O:Cash is King LLC
6

Severe Weather

February Storm  – Tacky Town

3YO Colt

$10,000
  • J:Rodrigo Madrigal, Jr.
  • T:Flint W. Stites
  • B:K. David Schwartz & Golden Orb Farm
  • O:Michael Laurato
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