Son of Tell All wins feature
March 30, 2015 - garden totes
Pompano Beach, Fl…March 29, 2015…Two high category claiming events highlighted a Sunday night racing label duringwith Dont Tell Rusty holding a $10,000 pacing eventuality for $20,000-$25,000 claimers and Canadian Touch achieving tip honors in a $8,500 gait for $15,000 claimers. Both underline winners were lerned by and both scored wins in a matching time of 1:51.3.
Dont Tell Rusty, owned by Melvin Fink, zipped out of a embankment with dispatch and posted panels of :27, :55.2 and 1:23.1 before putting divided his foes by sprinting home in :28.2 to measure a accessible win measuring dual lengths over T’s Electric and Tom Sells. JJ’s Doughnut finished third for Kevin Wallis while a 3 to 5 favorite, Johnny Grippa, finished fourth after adhering his nose in front a walk or dual past a third station. Acton Onelasttime finished fifth.
A 6 year-old son of, Dont Tell Rusty won for a fourth time in 13 starts this division to pull his 2015 gain to $29,065 and $120,426 lifetime.
Fourth choice on a board, Dont Tell Rusty paid $12.40 to win.
Meanwhile, Canadian Touch done a pointy pierce only brief of a :26.4 opener and proceeded to carve out panels of :55.2 and 1:23.2 before sprinting divided from his foe with a :28.1 culmination to stop a timer in 1:51.3 for
Major Stone, with Kevin Wallis in a bike, chased a leader from a garden mark a whole track and finished second 3 lengths away, while Fearless Chip, rubbed by Aaron Byron was third. Hurricane Howard and Ahead Ofthe Curve warranted a final dual awards in thr septet.
Canadian Touch, a 6 year-old son of Camotion lerned by Paul Holzman for owners Ameer Najor (as in major), won for a fourth time this season, promulgation his yearly gain to $23,573. He’s banked $124,927 lifetime.
As a 1 to 2 tote-board favorite, Canadian Touch paid $3.00 to win.
In a underline conditioned trot, Saint Patty’s Doll, finally out of Open company, helped tutor Jake Huff applaud his birthday with a renouned ($3.80) win for owners and mother Rosie Huff, covering a mile in 1:57.
The 6 year-old daughter ofwon for a second time this year–17th lifetime–to send her career annuity to $143,045.
In other news, motoristcontinued to raise his repute with “outsiders” during Pompano Park, scoring nonetheless with another prolonged proposition, Cascata, in a Sunday night opener, during contingency of 16 to 1.
Trained byfor owners Elizabeth Zimmerman, Cascata knifed between horses late in a mile to measure in 1:53.2 to lapse a $35.60 mutuel to his faithful.
Ingraham also scored with a 9 year-old warrior, A Fool For Mark, in 1:52.1, harsh by late to measure for a 42nd time during his career measuring 195 starts. A Fool For Mark is owned and lerned by Dave’s son, Dustin.
Not to be outdone by “dad,” Dustin Ingraham afterwards came behind one competition after to measure a renouned feat ($3.00) with his possess Notorius Terror, interlude a timer in 1:55.3.
Also engaging to note is a fact that Dave Ingraham has won 33 races during Pompano this assembly in 344 starts by Sunday night’s module and an investment of $2 to win in any of those starts ($688) would have resulted in a lapse of $822.40–a distinction of $134.40.
As Pompano enthusiast Gary Andrews said, “That’s a heckuva lot improved lapse than my bank gives me!”
Also of note, Pompano Park’s 50 cent Pick-5 peril went unclaimed for a second uninterrupted module and Monday’s Pick-5 starts with a carryover of $8,500 and facilities a $30,000 guarantee.
Pompano Park’s Super Hi-5, once again, had mixed winning tickets–8–on a winning multiple of 10-4-3-6-2 with a 20 cent satisfaction returning $761.54 and a carryover for Monday night’s module sharpening tighten to $80,000.
Post time is 7:30 p.m.
by John Berry for Pompano Park