San Diego H. (G2)

Race 8 at Del Mar on July 27, 2013

  • Grade II
  • 1 1/16 miles
  • All Weather Track
  • $200,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:41.83
Payoffs
1   Kettle Corn $9.20 $3.40 $2.60
3   Paynter $2.40 $2.10
2   Batti Man (ARG) $6.00
$2 Exacta (1-3) $19.20
$2 Trifecta (1-3-2) $167.20
$2 Superfecta (1-3-2-5) $694.60
Order of Finish
1

Kettle Corn

Candy Ride (ARG)  – Somethingbeautiful

6YO Horse

$120,000
  • J:Victor Espinoza
  • T:John W. Sadler
  • B:Jim Plemmons
  • O:C R K Stable
  • Margin:½
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Candy Ride (ARG) , Bay, 1999. Lifetime: 540 yearlings sold, median $65,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Lil E. Tee , Bay, 1989.
2

Paynter

Awesome Again  – Tizso

4YO Colt

$40,000
  • J:Rafael Bejarano
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:Diamond A Racing Corp.
  • O:Zayat Stables, LLC
  • Margin:¾
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Awesome Again , Bay, 1994. Lifetime: 432 yearlings sold, median $60,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Cee's Tizzy , Gray or Roan, 1987.
  • Sale History: 2010 KEESEP, $325,000.
3

Batti Man (ARG)

Manipulator  – Siembra Pasion (ARG)

5YO Gelding

$24,000
  • J:Brice Blanc
  • T:Dan L. Hendricks
  • B:El Tala
  • O:Mansor, Tom and Tachycardia Stables
4

Chief Havoc

Giant's Causeway  – La Reina

3YO Colt

$12,000
  • J:Edwin A. Maldonado
  • T:Peter Miller
  • B:Emory A. Hamilton
  • O:Paul Makin
5

Liaison

Indian Charlie  – Galloping Gal

4YO Colt

$4,000
  • J:Martin Garcia
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:William A. Carl Estate
  • O:Arnold Zetcher LLC
6

Clubhouse Ride

Candy Ride (ARG)  – Seeking Results

5YO Horse

$250
  • J:Joseph Talamo
  • T:Craig Anthony Lewis
  • B:Mr. & Mrs. Sidney H Craig & Jenny Craig
  • O:Six-S Racing Stable and Petralia, Nikolas
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