Texas Horse Racing Hall of Fame S.

Race 9 at Retama Park on October 4, 2008

  • Grade
  • One And One Sixteenth Miles
  • Turf
  • $100,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:42.30
Order of Finish


Kipling  – Nurse Linda K.


  • J:Carlos Gonzalez
  • T:Steven Duke
  • B:Luther Wicker
  • O:Sandra Duke
  • Margin:½
  • Sire: Kipling , Bay, 1996. Lifetime: 96 yearlings sold, median $5,200.
  • Broodmare Sire: Dr. Adagio , Chestnut, 1988.

Ablaze With Spirit

American Spirit  – Ablazing Grace


  • J:Luis S. Quinonez
  • T:Steven M. Asmussen
  • B:Donald R. Dizney
  • O:Heiligbrodt Racing Stable

Rapid Squall

River Squall  – With Praise


  • J:Eguard A. Tejera
  • T:Val Ray Foster, Sr.
  • B:Ronald J Podraza Sr.
  • O:Ronald J. Podraza Sr.
  • Margin:
  • Sire: River Squall , Dark Bay or Brown, 1994. Lifetime: 8 yearlings sold, median $1,600.
  • Broodmare Sire: With Approval , Gray or Roan, 1986.


Mutakddim  – Lone Star Stella


  • J:Jose Figueroa
  • T:Edward Webb
  • B:Lane M. Hutchins & Dr. Richard Weilburg
  • O:Gretchen and Richard Weilburg


Sandpit (BRZ)  – Lone Star Stella


  • J:M. Clifton Berry
  • T:Michael Stidham
  • B:Lane M. Hutchins
  • O:Feel The Thunder


Festival of Light  – Formal Companion


  • J:Steve J. Bourque
  • T:Danny Pish
  • B:John Silverthorne Ranch
  • O:John Silverthorne Ranch, Inc. and Danny Pish

Favorite Jazz

Kentucky Jazz  – Dart's Dynasty


  • J:Jorge Guzman
  • T:John G. Locke
  • B:Israel Flores
  • O:On The Mark Racing

Wild Series

Wild Zone  – Sails Sixty Jet


  • J:Ivan Arellano
  • T:Brent Morris
  • B:Tom Durant
  • O:Tuff A Nuff Stables

C E P A's Forum

Open Forum  – Afternoon Rose


  • J:Richard E. Eramia
  • T:W. Bret Calhoun
  • B:Joseph Archer
  • O:Wayne Sanders and Larry Hirsch


  • J:Tony McNeil
  • T:Cheryl Asmussen
  • B:Byron Crook
  • O:Laredo Racing Stable

Northern Scene

Northern Baby  – Flee the Scene


  • J:Diego Saenz
  • T:Morris G. Nicks
  • B:Donald Eberts
  • O:Don Eberts
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