Steward's Report

SUNDAY January 26, 2014
STEWARDS INQUIRY-8TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 8th race to evaluate an observed incident at the 1/8 pole between the third place finisher #9 “BAD AS CAN BE” ridden by Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores and the fourth place finisher #1 “SHAKERAEDYNROLL” with Jockey Jorge Rosales aboard.

The films of the race confirm that #9 ducked into the path of the fast moving #10 at the 1/8 pole, forcing the latter to check sharply off heels, who then regained momentum to get back up to fourth place. For that action, #9 was disqualified from third and placed fourth behind #10 for costing the latter the opportunity at a better placing.

WEDNESDAY January 22, 2014
STEWARDS INQUIRY-4TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 4th race in order to evaluate two separate incidents during the running of the six furlong affair.

In the first incident, the Stewards observed #9 “DECLAN DOWNS”, ridden by Jockey Jose Zunino, come in at the 41/2 furlong pole, and push #8 “PERUSETHENEWS” and Jockey Ruben Camacho over heels causing the latter to clip heels and stumble. The #8 out finished the #9 horse at the wire so the order finish in the race was of no consequence.

In the second incident, the first place finisher #1 “L G JET” ridden by Jockey Eliska Kubinova, made substantial contact at the 1/16 pole with the second place finisher #7 “SHARPER KNIGHT” with Jockey Kain De la Cruz aboard. A thorough review revealed that the #7, in fact, initiated the exchange and therefore no change was warranted.

SUNDAY January 19, 2014
STEWARDS INQUIRY-3RD RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 3rd race in order to evaluate observed interference between the second place finisher #6 “AWESOME CORONA” ridden by Jockey Humberto Martinez and the fifth place finisher #5 “MR CANADIAN DANCER” and Jockey Eduardo Sosa.

The films confirm that #6 did come in under right hand urging and take the path of #5 forcing the latter to check sharply off heels, costing that one the opportunity at a better placing. Accordingly, #6 was disqualified from second and placed fifth behind #5.

STEWARDS INQUIRY-4TH RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards once again illuminated the inquiry sign, following the 4th race, for a review of an incident 100 yards out, where the first place finisher #7 “PICTURE ME ROLLN” with Jockey Jose Zunino lugged in after right hand urging and forced the 4th place finisher #6 “MR SPEEDYGONZALEZ” and Jockey Jose Guerrero to steady off heels.

In evaluating this particular incident, the films reflect that though #6 had to steady momentarily, the incident did not cost the latter a placing and the Board of Stewards agreed to let the order of finish stand as originally posted.

SUNDAY January 12, 2014
JOCKEY OBJECTION-9TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 9th race at the behest of Jockey Eliska Kubinova who rode the second place finisher #4 “SECRET ELEMENT”. Kubinova alleged interference from the winner #3 “STARDEMALION” and Jockey Joe Crispin in the closing strides of the six furlong affair.

The films of the race show that #3 drifted out slightly in the later stages, however, in no way was the path of #4 impeded nor was it necessary for Kubinova to check her mount, as she did, in an attempt to depict a foul. Accordingly, the Stewards deemed the objection frivolous in nature and dismissed the claim.

SUNDAY January 5, 2014
JOCKEY OBJECTION-9TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the Objection sign following the 9th race at the request of Jockey Jose Zunino who rode the last place finisher #7 “MRS. CORCORAN”. The sixth place finisher #5 “SPOOL GIRL”, ridden by Jockey Luis Gonzalez, was also involved. Zunino alleged interference against the first place finisher #9 “MEANT TO BE MIA” and Jockey Jennifer Whitaker going onto the far turn.

The films show that #9 did in fact tighten things up on the rivals to her inside who were all vying for the lead at that point which caused the #7 and #5 to steady, however, the Stewards opined that the incident in no way compromised the finishing positions of those two rivals and made no change in the placings. The Stewards were already reviewing the incident prior to the objection and opted to forego the inquiry sign due to the final placings of the principals involved. The Stewards will review the race with Ms. Whitaker on Wednesday where possible sanctions will be considered.

SUNDAY December 29, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-3RD RACE-NON STARTER DECLARED

The Stewards immediately posted the inquiry sign following the 3rd race in order to determine the cause for #2 “BA TRULY IMPATIENT”, ridden by Jockey Luis Torres, to fail to break with his field.

The films show that #2 whipped his head slightly at the start and in an instinctive reaction, the assistant starter held on to his charge preventing him from leaving the gate with the field. As such, #2 was declared a non starter and all wagers on #2 were refunded.

WEDNESDAY December 18, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-3RD RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 3rd race in order to review observed interference at the 1/8 pole between the third place finisher #1 “BAQUADUCK” with Apprentice Jockey Eduardo Sosa and the last place finisher #3 “ALLTHEWAY HEATHER” with Deborah Hoonan in the irons.

The films of the incident show that #1, void of racing room in upper stretch, came in under right hand urging while threading between horses and took the path of #3 forcing the latter to check sharply to avoid heels. After review, the Stewards ruled that #3 was stopping prior to the incident due to her early efforts and was last by the time the incident took place and therefore made no change in the placings. Jockey Sosa will review the incident with the Stewards on Sunday morning where a possible sanction will be decided.

STEWARDS INQUIRY/ACCIDENT-5TH RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 5th race, in order to determine the cause for #2 “IMPUREGOLD” to stumble several times before bolting out and hitting the fence at the 5/16 pole which unseated Jockey Deborah Hoonan. After a review of the incident, the Stewards determined that her mount bolted of his own volition and involved no other horses, accordingly, went official with the original order of finish.

Jockey Hoonan, though bounced off of the fence upon impact, rose quickly to her feet and caught her mount before he could rise and run off. She was able to ride out the remainder of the day. ORC Veterinarian, Dr. DeBess, DVM reported that the horse had bled during the running of the race and bolted due to lack of oxygen. Once he caught his air, he rose and was returned to his barn virtually unscathed.

STEWARDS INQUIRY-9TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION
The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 9th race to evaluate the cause for #5 “WHO’S LAUGHING”, who finished second with Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores to stumble just after the start.

The films show that the winner #2 “GENERAL DAY’’ drifted out with Jockey Jorge Rosales and pushed #3 out into the path of #5 causing the latter to clip heels costing that one position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing.

For that action #2 was disqualified from first and placed second behind #5.

SUNDAY December 15, 2013
RAINER OBJECTION-1ST RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the Objection sign following the 1st race at the request of Trainer Adrian Quinones who started the sixth place finisher #1 “ONE HOT COP” with Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores aboard. Mr. Quinones alleged interference against the fifth place finisher #2 “SHAZOOMIN FOR HONOR” and Jockey Tad Skaggs in the late stages of the 300 yard Quarter Horse affair.

The films show that #1 was losing ground to the field in the final stages while racing in tight quarters as the jockey steadied, however, in the opinion of the Stewards the finishing position of #1 was not compromised. Accordingly, no change was made in the placings.

WEDNESDAY December 11, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-7TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 7th race at the request of Jockey Joe Crispin who rode the second place finisher #6 “VAN GLORIOUS”. Crispin alleged interference at the start from the first place finisher #4 “SNUFFIN” and Jockey Lionel Camacho-Flores.

The films show that #6 was away slightly tardily at the break as #4 broke out slightly and made light contact with #6, however, after review, the Stewards ruled that the minor incident was inconsequential to the outcome at the finish and a disqualification was unwarranted.

SUNDAY, December 1, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY/ACCIDENT-8TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 8th race in order to determine the cause for Jockey Joe Crispin, aboard #5 “ONE LUCKY HOSS”, to become unseated at the 5/16 pole.

The films show and the rider confirmed that his mount ducked in for no apparent reason while racing in the clear, and literally jumped out from under the rider leaving him in mid air. A trailing horse, #7 “ESCAPING THE STORM”, appeared to clip the rider as he passed, however, Joe was not seriously injured in the mishap. Crispin returned to the Jockey room for a shower and was going to emergency for evaluation to his leg and clavicle. The horse returned unscathed.

SUNDAY November 10, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-6TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 6th race to evaluate two separate incidents.

The first area of concern involved #6 “TOMMY’S PICK” who finished second with Jockey Javier Matias. While advancing along the rail approaching the 3/16 pole, Matias allowed his mount to drift out and skim #1 “TABA’S GOLD” with Jockey Jorge Rosales causing the latter to steady momentarily. The Stewards ruled that the incident did not compromise #1 as that one took a bad step thereafter and was pulled up prior to the finish and was vanned off.

In the second incident, #4 “MISS MADAVOR” who finished first with Jockey Luis Torres, drifted in slightly at the 1/8 pole as #6 drifted out with #8 in between causing those three to brush slightly, however, the Stewards opined that the contact was of no consequence, and deemed that no change was warranted.

STEWARDS INQUIRY-7TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION
The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 7th race in order to determine the cause for #3 “ONTHEWINGSOFSLEW” to unseat Jockey Jorge Rosales at the ½ mile pole.

The films show that #10 “ITSGONNACOSTYOU”, who finished second with Jockey Eliska Kubinova, came over before clear and forced #9 “ONE COOL KARAT”, fourth with Jockey Kain De la Cruz, into #6 “CHARISMATIC HOPE” and Jockey Jose Zunino, causing #3 to clip heels and stumble unseating Rosales.

For that action #10 was disqualified from second and was declared unplaced behind #3. Jockey Rosales quickly rose to his feet, was checked out by EMT’S and was cleared to finish out the day while his mount was captured by the outriders and returned unscathed.

WEDNESDAY November 6, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-9TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 9th race, at the behest of Jockey Joe Crispin who rode the second place finisher #5 “ONE LUCKY HOSS”. Mr. Crispin alleged interference from the first place finisher #8 “PINE SMOKE” and Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores and the third place finisher #9 “LAST DIAMOND” with Jockey Luis Torres aboard, in mid turn.

The films of the race show that Joe, on #5, pushed out into Torres on #9, as Torres held his ground, causing the former to take a bad step thereby checking his horse momentarily. The #5 horse out finished the #9 horse, at the wire, so the claim was rendered moot. #8 was behind both of those competitors at that point and therefore had nothing to do with the incident. Accordingly, there was no change warranted in the placings. Mr. Crispin will review the films with the Stewards on Sunday and offer up an explanation.

SUNDAY November 3, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-3RD RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 3rd race to evaluate the extent of interference caused by an incident 200 yards out. Involved was the seventh place finisher #2 “A SPLASH OF DIAMONDS” ridden by Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores and #1 “HYHO TRAVIO” who finished eighth with Jockey Eduardo Camacho-Sosa aboard.

The films of the race show that #2 came in under right hand urging and crowded #1 until he was forced to check back off heels. This action cost the latter position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing. #3 followed #2 down; however, in the opinion of the Stewards, the damage to #1 had already occurred. The concern involving these minor placings was critical due to the fact that this race was a time trial for the “BAXTER ANDRUS FUTURITY”. Accordingly, #2 was disqualified from seventh and placed eighth behind #1.

SUNDAY October 27, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-1ST RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race at the urging of Jockey Jose Zunino who rode the second place finisher, #3 “PICTURE ME ROLLN”. Jockey Zunino claimed interference at the start, from the first place finisher #4 “CARTEL MADAM” and Jockey Ruben Camacho.

The films of the race show that #4 did break in at the start and was straightened quickly by the rider, while #3 broke extremely tardily, which compromised his chances more than the actions of #4. Accordingly, the Stewards made no change in the placing.

WEDNESDAY October 23, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-6TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 6th race in order to evaluate two observed points of contact between the first place finisher #5 “SWISS EXPLOIT” ridden by Jockey Javier Matias and the second place finisher #7 “DOCTOR PAV” with Jockey Leonel Camacho-Flores in the irons.

The first point of contact occurred at the 3/16 pole, where #7 came out under left hand urging and bumped #5 solidly turning the latter outward. Thereafter, #5 drifted in under right hand urging and bumped # 7 solidly at the 1/8 pole. After a thorough review, the Stewards ruled that the offsetting fouls had no bearing on the outcome of the race and made no change in the placings. Jockey’s Matias and Flores will be in for review next Sunday.

SUNDAY October 20, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-4TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection following the 4th race at the behest of Jockey Jose Zunino who rode the second place finisher #9 “ROGUE COUNTY”. Zunino alleged interference from the winner #6 “FLYIN LION” and Jockey Eduardo Gutierrez Sosa mid race in the 400 yard “PORTLAND MEADOWS FALL DERBY”.

The films of the race show that #6 drifted out in mid race, however, was well clear of any rival and when #9 went inward, he did so of his own volition. Accordingly, the Stewards ruled the objection frivolous in nature and made no change in the placings.

SUNDAY, October 13, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-5TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

Immediately following the 5th race, the Stewards posted the inquiry sign to determine the cause for #3 “MRS JONESY AND ME” to unseat Jockey Jose Zunino at the 3/8 pole.

The films of the race show that #5 “KISS IN THE CITY”, who finished second with Jockey Jorge Rosales in the irons, drifted in before completely clear and caused #3 to clip heels and stumble severely, unseating Zunino.

For that action, #5 was disqualified from second and was declared unplaced in the race behind the affected horse #3.

SUNDAY October 6, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-2ND RACE-NO CHANGE

The objection sign was illuminated following the 2nd race at the behest of Jockey Luis Gonzalez, who rode the third place finisher #2 “BG I CAME I SAW IWON”. Jockey Gonzalez alleged interference from the first place finisher #1 “FLYIN LION” and jockey Eduardo Sosa shortly after the start of the 400 yard Derby Trial.

The films of the race show that Gonzalez broke on his mounts mouth which caused #2 to veer out at the start. Thereafter, #1 bore out toward the path of #2, however, #1 was clear of #2 by the time he crossed the path of #2 and Gonzalez never missed a beat or checked his mount as the result of the actions of #1. After a thorough review, the Stewards deemed the objection frivolous in nature and made no change in the placings.

SUNDAY September 22, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY/TRAINER OBJECTION-7TH RACE-REFUND

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 7th race, to assess the start where #2 “MISTYMISS” flipped over backwards and unseated Apprentice Jockey Eduardo Sosa. Trainer Jim Hill who saddled #8 “KAWANI RUN” also filed an objection alleging interference from #9 at the start.

The films show and Starter Harold Kent confirmed that #2 flipped in the gate just prior to the start and was on his way over when the field was dispatched. Due to the timing of the incident, #2 was declared a non starter and all wagers on #2 were refunded.

The Trainer objection was disallowed due to the fact that #8 came out and bumped the hind quarters of #9 turning the latter inward which compromised the early progress of #8.

WEDNESDAY September 18, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-6TH RACE-NON STARTER-REFUND

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 6th race to evaluate an incident at the gate involving #2 “DECISIVE FACT” with Jockey Deborah Hoonan aboard.

The films show and both Jockey Hoonan and Starter Harold Kent confirmed, that #2 false broke just prior to the start which caused the stall doors to open prematurely, causing the assistant starter to hold on to the horse, hindering his ability to gain a fair start.

For that action #2 was declared a non starter and all wagers on #2 were refunded.

Wednesday September 11, 2013
JOCKEY OBJECTION-4TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 4th race at the behest of Jockey Jorge Rosales, who rode the second place finisher #5 “CAT VON DIVA”. Rosales alleged interference from the winner #3 “IMPULZIVE KATE” and Jockey Kain De la Cruz at the 1/8 pole.

The films of the race show that #3 did drift inward slightly in the lane, however, #5 while not persevering in tight quarters, opted to shift out to the wider path and failed to menace the winner, thereafter.

Monday September 2, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY/JOCKEY OBJECTION-8TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 8th race to evaluate the shifting of lanes by competitors in the final 1/8 mile. Jockey Jose Zunino who rode the third place finisher #1 “MISS MADAVOR” also claimed interference from the first place finisher #7 “LADY ARAGORN” ridden by Jockey Deborah Hoonan.

The films of the race show that #6 “MILITARY MOTHER” who was ridden by Jockey Karlo Lopez, drifted out into the path of #7 causing the latter to alter course to the inside. Thereafter, #6 drifts back inward into the path of #7 causing the later to brush solidly with #1, which raised the cause for objection.

A thorough review of the incident clearly places the blame on #6 absolving the actions of #7. As # 6 was out finished by those horses offended, the Stewards made no change in the placings.

Sunday August 25, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-4TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the Inquiry sign following the 4th race in order to determine the cause for #5 “GRAMMYS SPITFIRE”, who finished sixth with Jockey Luis Gonzalez, to clip heels shortly after the start.

Films show that #4 “SURFIN FOR BUX” who finished fifth under Jockey Ruben Camacho, drifted out shortly after the start and took the path of #5 causing the latter to clip heels with #4, costing #5 position, momentum, and the opportunity at a better placing. For that action #4 was disqualified from fifth and placed sixth behind #5.

Wednesday August 21, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY-2ND RACE-REFUND

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately following the 2nd race in order to evaluate an observed incident at the start of the 5 furlong affair.

The film of the race shows, and Starter Harold Kent, along with Assistant Starter Tim Neil confirmed, that #6 “PLUM NAKED” reared just prior to the start, as Jockey Eliska Kubinova stepped off of the filly, causing the Assistant Starter to hold her in the gate, thereby, losing all chance of any reasonable fair start. Accordingly, #6 was declared a non-starter and all wagers on that runner were refunded.

JOCKEY OBJECTION-6TH RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 6th race at the behest of Jockey Eliska Kubinova who rode the second place finisher #8 “DEMONAIRE”. Kubinova alleged interference from the first place finisher #6 “WHATS UP BETTY” and Jockey Debbie Hoonan in the final 100 yards.

The films show that #6 did drift out slightly in the closing yards of the race, however, in the opinion of the Stewards, the finishing positions were not affected and no change in the placings was warranted.

Sunday, August 4, 2013
STEWARDS INQUIRY/JOCKEY OBJECTION-5TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 5th race in order to evaluate contact down the lane between the first place finisher #4 “EDDIE WIGGINS” ridden by apprentice jockey Eduardo Gutierrez-Sosa and the third place finisher #5 “KISS IN THE CITY” with Jockey Jorge Rosales in the irons. Jockey Rosales also filed an objection.

Films show that #4 did drift out into #5 at the 3/16 pole and made contact with the latter as that one came in slightly, thereafter, #5 shifted in slightly at the 1/16 pole and made contact with #4 in offsetting incidents, which, in the opinion of the Board of Stewards was inconsequential to the outcome of the race. Accordingly, there was no change in the placings

Saturday, December 8, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY/ACCIDENT-8TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 8th race in order to determine the cause for #7 “SAINTLY ROAR” to fall with Jockey Mark Anderson at the 5/16 pole. Jockey Marijo Terleski aboard #3 “SCARLETT’S MARK” also was unseated in the mishap.

Films show #7 went wrong in her left foreleg and fell while racing in the clear and while racing on the lead. #3 stumbled over the downed horse and rider, unseating the rider. No other horses were involved in the incident; accordingly, no further action was required by the Stewards.

Jockey Mark Anderson was transported to the hospital, indicating that he had pain in his shoulder and lower back, while Jockey Terleski was also transported with severe pain in her left knee and shin. #3 “SCARLETT’S MARK” was gathered up by the outriders following the race and returned to her barn, and unfortunately, #7 “SAINTLY ROAR” had to be euthanized at the scene for humane reasons.

Saturday, November 24, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY-5TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 5th race to review the start of the five furlong sprint. Involved was #3 “LUTSKYKA NIESSE” who finished 6th with Apprentice Jockey Jose Delgadillo and the first place finisher #4 “A MOON LIT RIDE” ridden by Jockey Kain De la Cruz.

The films show #4 ducked in hard the first stride out of the gate and bumped #3 which shuffled the latter back after the start. Though he was compromised some by losing momentum, it was uncertain how much of the 12 lengths he was compromised due to the incident at the start. Accordingly, no change was made to the placings.

Wednesday November 21, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION-2ND RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 3rd race at the request of Jockey Luis Torres who rode the third place finisher #2 “DADDY’S DEMON”. Jockey Torres alleged interference from the first place finisher #6 “NOSTRIKESTWOBALLS” with Javier Matias and the second place finisher #5 “FIREDANCERS M G” ridden by Jockey Anne Sanguinetti.

The films show three separate incidents involving the aforementioned participants. At the 5/16 pole #5 drifted out into #6 forcing the latter off his chosen path which was deemed minor in nature. Thereafter, #6 drifted in as #5 came out slightly under left hand urging with the two making slight contact. At that point # 2 was pushed off his path slightly, however, in the view of the Stewards, #2 was not compromised a finishing position. The third minor incident occurred as the top two made incidental contact which didn’t alter the outcome. Accordingly, no change in the placings was warranted.

STEWARDS INQUIRY-9TH RACE-DISQUALIFICATION
Following the running of the 9th race, the Stewards illuminated the inquiry sign to evaluate observed interference at the 3/16 pole between the first place finisher #6 “HERACOMEHANA” with Jockey Luis Torres and the third place finisher #2 “THEODORA BABE” and Jockey Anne Sanguinetti

Films confirm #6 came out and bumped #2 hard at the 3/16 pole forcing a hole for himself and his mount while lacking racing room, compromising the position and momentum of his competitor, #2.

For that action, #6 was disqualified from first and placed third behind #2.

Sunday November 18, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY/ACCIDENT- 4TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 4th race in order to determine the cause for #5 “SOLAR BOOTS” to unseat Jockey Anne Sanguinetti at the 41/2 furlong pole.

The films of the incident verified that the 3 year old filly locked up in her hind quarters twice down the backstretch and stumbled severely on the second time which catapulted her rider straight in the air and to the track.

“SOLAR BOOTS” was gathered up by the outrider on the backstretch and returned to her barn unscathed while Jockey Sanguinetti was checked out by EMT’S and cleared to fulfill her remaining riding engagements on the afternoon.

Sunday November 11, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY/JOCKEY OBJECTION-1ST RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race to review an incident just after the start of the 400 yard quarter horse affair. Jockey Joe Crispin, who rode the 7th place finisher, #7 “CLASSY CHUMEE”, also filed an objection.

The films confirm that the third place finisher #8 “THE MAJESTIC SUN”, ridden by Jockey April Boag, drifted in after the start and took the path of #7 causing the latter to check off heels, costing him position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing.

For that action #8 was disqualified from third and placed seventh behind #7.

November 7, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION-5TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards Illuminated the objection sign following the 5th race at the request of Jockey Deborah Hoonan who rode the second place finisher, #4 “MINISTER MAN”.

Jockey Hoonan alleged interference from the winner #1 “NATIVE CHUM” and Jockey Joe Crispin at the 1/16 pole.

The tapes of the race show that although Crispin did drift in under right hand urging, Ms. Hoonan always had room, albeit tight quarters for a few strides. In the opinion of the Stewards she was only inconvenienced, at that point, and the incident did not cost her a position or the length that her horse was beaten at the wire. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

Saturday October 3, 2012
TRAINER OBJECTION-6TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 6th race at the behest of Trainer David Runyon who saddled the third place finisher #6 “FIVE SILVER STARS” ridden by Jockey Marijo Terleski. Mr. Runyon alleged interference at the start of the five furlong sprint from the winner #5 “SAINTLY ROAR” and Jockey Mark Anderson.

Films show a slight bump at the start that was adjudged mutual contact which in no way affected the outcome of the race. Accordingly, the Stewards felt the claim of foul unfounded and unwarranted.

Wednesday October 31, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION-4TH RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 4th race at the request of Jockey Luis Gonzalez aboard the fourth place finisher #3 “BOOKITBROOKE”. Gonzalez alleged interference at the start from #2 “YO SYD” who finished second with Jockey April Boag.

The films verify that most of the pressure came from the outside horses, however, #3, slow to gain stride, got shuffled back at the start which contributed to the problem.

Accordingly, no change was warranted.

Sunday October 28, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY/JOCKEY OBJECTION-1ST RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race in order to sort out a couple of incidents through the running of the 350 yard Quarter Horse dash. Jockey Kain De La Cruz aboard the eighth place finisher #6 “ELSTEVESLILFIRECACKR” also filed an objection.

The films reflect a lot of shifting throughout, with the third place finisher, #8 “EL LABETRINTO” ridden by Jockey Ruben Camacho, lugging in severely throughout. Following a thorough review, the Stewards determined that no horse was compromised a placing and, accordingly, no change was warranted. De La Cruz’s objection was dismissed.

Sunday, October 21, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY-2ND RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 2nd race in order to review an incident 150 yards after the start involving the fifth place finisher #5 “LUCKEY ROYAL RABBIT” with Jockey Deborah Hoonan and the ninth place finisher #6 “CURRENT SEA” ridden by Jockey Tim Neal.

The films of the race show that #5 drifted out slightly on two occasions and eventually took the path of #6 forcing him to steady while in extremely tight quarters costing the latter position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing.

For that action #5 was disqualified from fifth and placed ninth behind #6.

Sunday, October 17, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY-2ND RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 2nd race in order to evaluate observed interference between the second place finisher #3 “NCC SHAKOOL” ridden by Jockey Jose Guerrero, #2 “BELLINGHAM” who finished third with Jockey Tim Neal and the sixth (last) place finisher #1 “COOL BLUE CORONA” ridden by Jockey Deborah Hoonan.

The films of the 400 yard quarter horse “Derby Trial” show #3 came in under steady right hand urging and forced #2 inward, approximately 200 yards out, causing #1 to check sharply off heels costing them position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing. This also compromised the latter’s opportunity at a faster time, which could have ultimately cost them a berth in the final gate.

For that action #3 was disqualified from second and placed last behind #1.

JOCKEY/TRAINER OBJECTION-9TH RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 9th race at the behest of Jockey Deborah Hoonan aboard the 2nd place finisher #1 “SNOWBOUND HERO”. Trainer Mary Boyle also claimed foul. They alleged interference from the winner #2 “KODYE’S KING” and Jockey April Boag approaching the 1/8 pole.

Films show #2 came in slightly at the 1/8 pole placing #1 in tight quarters. #1, apprehensive of its position, eased up allowing #2 to take command of the lead. Thereafter, #1 came on gamely and finished second beaten 3/4 of a length at the wire.

In the opinion of the Board of Stewards, #1 always had room and due to his timid nature, failed to persevere while in tight quarters, contributing to the incident. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

September 23, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY-1ST RACE-DISQUALIFICATION

The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race in order to evaluate observed interference during the opening 75 yards of the 300 yard quarter horse event. Involved were #9 “CHIPINDALE” who finished fifth with Jockey April Boag, #8 “WICKED WINNINGS” the seventh place finisher with Jockey Joe Crispin, #7 “EARTHQUAKESNLIGHTNIN” who finished tenth (last) with Jockey Troy Stillwell and the sixth place finisher #6 “AFLAMIN” ridden by Jockey Ruben Camacho.

The films show that #9 broke in at the start and bumped #8, thereafter, Jockey Boag continued with right hand urging allowing her mount to drift in and cause a chain reaction bumping incident down to #6 with #7 getting the worst of the melee.

For that action#9 was disqualified from fifth and place 10th (last) behind #7.

September 3, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION-1ST RACE-NO CHANGE

The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 1st race when Jockey Ruben Camacho, who rode the fifth place finisher, #2 “NEMOS ALL IN”, alleged interference from the winner #3 “CATLOW RIM” and Jockey Luis Gonzalez after the start.

Films show both horses shifted inward crossing the gap, however, #3 corrects and opens up on #2 as that one was never compromised. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

STEWARDS INQUIRY-2ND RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 2nd race in order to assess observed interference to the fourth place finisher #8 “BLACK DENIM N CHROME” and Jockey Tim Neal. Jockey Neal also filed an objection.

Films show #10 “IBAFIERCE DIVA”, who finished first with Jockey Luis Gonzalez, comes in under right hand urging on three occasions and floats #8 off his course as the latter ultimately steadies back while in tight quarters.

A thorough review of the incident confirmed that #8 was away tardily and though floated in by the winner, the incident, in the opinion of the Stewards, did not compromise #8 the three lengths that he was beaten for the next position. Accordingly, no change was allowed. Mr. Gonzalez will be up for review on Wednesday.

TRAINER OBJECTION-3RD RACE-NO CHANGE
The Stewards posted the objection sign following the 3rd race at the behest of Trainer Clifton Dennis who ran the last place finisher #1 “ALGUTIS” with Jockey Luis Gonzalez aboard. Mr. Dennis alleged his horse was cut off going into the turn.

Films show that #1 broke out at the start and bumped #2 which caused #1 to break stride until gathered a few strides later. Thereafter, Jockey Gonzalez rushed his mount up into a tight spot along the rail and ran out of room going into the turn forcing him to check off heels. The Stewards deemed Gonzalez’ mount to be the primary cause for the incident and made no change in the placings.

September 2, 2012
STEWARDS INQUIRY - 1ST RACE - DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race in order to evaluate observed interference 150 yards out in the 350 yard quarter hourse event. Involved were the second place finisher #2 "WON BAD COP" ridden by jockey Connie Doll and the fourth place finisher #1 "MISS EASY OKEY" piloted by Ruben Camacho.

Films show that #2 lugged in mid race and took the pateh of #1 forcing the latter to check off heels, causing them to lose position, momentum and the opportunity at a better placing.

For that action #2 was disqualified from second and placed fourth behind #1.

August 31, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION - 2NS RACE - NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign following the 2nd race at the request of jockey Tim Neal who rode the sixth place finisher #8 "A DISTANT MEMORY". Jockey Neal alleged interference from the second place finisher #9 "EARTHQUAKESNLIGHTNIN" and jockey Troy Stillwell 70 yards after the start.

Films show that, although Neal was in tight quarters for a brief period, the hole in front of him never completely closed and his mount was only inconvenienced at best. Accordingly , no change was warranted.

August 19, 2012
JOCKEY OBJECTION - 7TH RACE - NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign following the 7th race at the behest of jockey Luis Torres who rode the second place finisher#1" WHATSAMILLION". Jockey Torres alleged that the winner #2 "WARBE3AAST" with jockey Troy Stillwell came in on his mount and forced him to check at the pole.

Films show that #1, while racing in tight quarters along the rail, checked out and moved to the outside of the winner of his own volition and was second best. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

August 12, 2012
Stewards Inquiry - 2nd Race - Disqualification

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 2nd race to assess the ground lost by the fournth place finisher #2 "MR SPEEDY GONZALEZ". THE SECOND PACE FINISHER #3 "SOLLOVIN" drifted in under the right hand urging jockey Luis Torres and took the path of #2.

The films confirm that #2 was forced to steady in the final 100 yards thereby costing #2 the opportunity at a better placing.

For that action #3 was disqualified from second and placed fourth behind #2.

August 5, 2012
Stewards Inquiry - 6th Race - Disqualification

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 6th race in order to evaluate observed contact between the second place finisher #3 "WARBEAST" with jockey Hugo Herrera and #6 " KUDAROO" who finished third with jockey Juis Torres.

Films show #3 came out under left hand urging and bumped #6 out into #5 causing #6 to go off stride, which in the opinion of the stewards cost #6 the opportunity at a petter placing.

For that action #3 was disqualified from second and place third behind #3.

March 14, 2012
Race 3 - INQUIRY / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the INQUIRY sign following the 3rd race to review an incident at the top of teh stretch between the fourth place finisher #5 "MO'EM DOWN" with jockey Joe Crispin and #3 "SLEWZY'S GOLD" who finished seventh with jockey mark Anderson.

Films confirm tha t#5 came in under right hand urging and took the path of #3, forcing the latter to check off heels, compromising that one any chance at a better placing. Accordingly, #5 was disqualified from fourth and placed last (7th) behind #3.

February 29, 2012
Race 9 - INQUIRY / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the INQUIRY sign following the 9th race to review contact at the 3/16 pole between #4 "SHAKEREADYNROLL" who finished first with jockey Jose Zunino and the seventh place finisher #7 "EDDIES SAINT" and jockey Ruben Camacho.

Films show that #4 drifted out and bumped #5 out over heels forcing the latter to chck and alter course while losing position and momentum.

For that action #4 was disqualified from first and placed seventh behind #5.

Race 10 - INQUIRY / DISQUALIFICATION
The stewards posted the INQUIRY sign following the 10th race to to evaluate observed interference at the 3/16 pole.

Involved were #7 "SHESAFASTLILDEVIL" who finished second with jockey Leonel Camacho Flores and ther third place finisher #8 "AP JANNY" and jockey Jose Zunino.

Films confirm that #7 cam in under right hand urging and took the path of #8, forcing the latter to check and alter to the outside, regaining momentum, thereafter, to a head margain at the wire.

For the above noted action #7 was disqualified from second and place third behind #7.

February 20, 2012
Race 4 - INQUIRY / OBJECTION / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the INQUIRY sign following the 4th race in order to evaluate observEd interference at the start between the first place finisher #3 "SLEWZY'S GOLD" with jockey Mark Anderson and the third place finisher #2 "KENZIE CAROLINA" and jockey Debbie Hoonan. Jockey Hoonan also lodged an objection.

Films show #3 broke in sharply at the start and continued inward for several strides causing #2 to check and clip heels, costing the later position and momentum. This action in the opinion of the stewards, cost #2 a chance at a better placing. Accordingly, #3 was disqualified from first and placed third behind #2.

February 06, 2012
Race 9 - OBJECTION / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the INQUIRY sign following the 10th race in order to evaluate observd interference at the top of the stretch. Involved was theh secon place finisher #2 "GO OCHO GO" ridden by Shawna Whiteside and fourth place finisher #8 "DISTURBINGTHEPEACE" and jockey Jose Zunino. Jockey Zunino also filed an objection.

Films show #2 guided out into the path of #8 causing the latter to check and alter course, costing him position and momentum and the opportunity at a better placing having been beaten 3/4 length for third place.

For that action #2 was disqualified from second and placed fourth behind #8.

February 01, 2012
Race 9 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign following the 9th race at the behest of jockey Mark Anderson aboard #6 "SIMPERIO" for alleged interference at the 3/8 pole by #9 "GENERAL JOE" and jockey Jorge Rosales.

Films show #9 shifted out slightly going into the far turn, however, #6 always had room and was merely inconvenienced which was of no consequence. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

January 30, 2012
Race 5 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 5th race in order to evaluate the cause for #4 "MISLAVERNE" ridden by jockey Lance Bullock, to fall approaching the 1/4 pole.

Films show #4 went wrong and fell while racing in the clear. Thereafter, #9 "SEXY BRIDE" and jockey Bryson Endres fell over the downed horse and rider.

Jockey Bullock aboard #4 and #9 "SEXY BRIDE" were uninjured in the mishap. Unfortunately, jockey Endres was transported to Legacy Emanuel emergency room with potential neck, back and pelvis injury, while "MISLAVERNE" was euthanized for humane reasons.

January 23, 2012
Race 6 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 6th race to examine the cause of #5 "CONCILIATION" to fall at the 1/4 pole.

Films show #5 fell while racing in the clear with no other competitors involved. Accordingly, no change in the placings was necessary.

Jockey Javier Matias wa uninjured in the mishap, however, unfortuneately, "CONCILIATION" succumbed from the fall.

January 12, 2012
Race 1 - INQUIRY / ACCIDENT

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race to evaluate contact between #6 "DILLON'S DYNAMITE" who finished first with jockey Joe Crispin and #2 "THEODORA BABE" who finished second with jockey Juan Gutierrez.

Films reflect that #2 came out at the 3 1/16 pole and brushed with #6, thereafter, #6 and #2 had mutual contact at the 1/8 pole, nagating a change in the placings.

January 2, 2012
Race 5 - INQUIRY / ACCIDENT

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 5th race in order to evaluate an observed incident just past the 5/8 pole involving #1 "JACKSON'S HONOUR" with jockey Rocco Bowen and #2 "DOR L'DOR" and jockey Shawna Whiteside.

The films confirm that #1 fell while racing clear and thereafter, rolled into #2 knocking Shawna's mount out from under her, placing her amid the down horse and rider. As no other competitors wer involved, the stewards made no change in the placings.

Race 10 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE
The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 10th race to evaluate three separate incidents. Jockey Joe Crispin who rode the fifth place finisher #4 "DURF" also filed an objection.

Films revealed that #1 "KARYOTS OF FIRE" ridden by jockey Jake Samuels, took a bad step and unseated the rider at the 3/4 pole while racing in the clear. #4 was shuffeled in and altered course when the hole close in front of him and was of no consequence. #5 "LAGER MAN" who finished sixth with jockey Bryson Endres was floated off course at the 1/8 pole, however, was backing out at the time and his position was not compromised. Accordingly, the stewards made no change in the placings.

December 13, 2011
Race 6 - INQUIRY / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 6th race in order to evaluate the shifting of horses in midstretch.

Films show #7 "ELAINE'S SPIRIT" who finished third with apprentice Eliska Kubinova, shifted inward twice on #4 "MISLAVERNE" and jockey Bryson Endres who finished fifth, narrowly missingout on fourth place after being pushed off course.

In the opinion of the stewards, #4 was compromised a finishing position by the actions of #7, accordingly , the latter was disqualified from third to fifth place behind #4.

December 12, 2011
Race 8 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following tghe 8th race to evaluate an observed incident at the 1/16 pole. Involved were the winner #4 "TEACHER'S RULE" with jockey Luis Torres, #5 "RENAISSANCE QUEEN" who finished second with jockey Javier Matias and the third place finisher #2 "SASSY CASSIE" and jockey Rocco Bowen.

Films show #2 came out on #5 at the 3/16 pole. #4 lugged in and hazed #5 down while #2 checked out while fading quickly.

In the opinion of the board of stewards, #2 was losing ground to the top two at the time of the incident and that it had no bearing on the outcome of the race, accordingly, no change was warranted.

December 11, 2011
Race 5 - OBJECTION / DISQUALIFICATION

At the conclusion of the 5th race, jockey Javier Matias astridethe sixth place finisher, lodged a claim of foul against the second place finisher #7 "BAHATI GOLD" and jockey Eliska Kubinova for interference in the far turn.

Films show #6 "SLEWZY'S GOLD" ridden by jockey Marck Anderson, bore out around the far turn and into the path of #1 causing that one to check at the 5/16 pole.

After reviewing the tapes of the race, the stewards disqualified #6 from fifth and placed him sixth behind #1. #7 was held blameless in the incident.

December 6, 2011
Race 1 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 1st race in order to evaluate an observed incident mid point in the 350 yard quarter horse affair.

Films show #1 "COOKISNCREAM L BARD D" who finished 10th with jockey Jose Zunino was forced to check by #2 "THE MAJESTIC SUN" who finished 8th with jockey Eliska Kubinova while lugging in severly. #3 "WICKED WINNINGS" who finished 4th with jockey Luis Gonzales did come in and intimidate #2, however, after #1 had already checked out. As such the stewards made no change in the placings. The stewards will review the race tommorow with the three aforementioned riders.

November 29, 2011
Race 2 - OBJECTION / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the objections sign following the 2nd race at the request of jockey Deborah who rode the fourth place finisher #4 "COSMIC CLASH". Ms. Hoonan alleged interference after the start of the 350 yard quarter horse sprint from the first place finisher #5 "SISSIS LITTLE NIPPER" and jockey Elisha Kubinova.

Films reflect that #5 did come in several strides after the start and bump #4 into #3 "EYES MOVIN" who finished second with jockey Javier Matias causing the latter two to lose stride and momentum.

For that action #5 was disqualified from first and placed fourth behind #4.

November 23, 2011
Race 7 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign following the 7th race at the request of jockey Jose Zunino who rode the second place finisher #5 "A STAR IS HERE". Mr. Zunino alleged interference from the winner #6 "FLYING JACK" and jocky Jorge Rosales at the 1/8 pole.

Films reflect that although #6 did drift in through the lane, #5 always ha room and opted to shift out of his of his own volition. Accordingly, the stewards opined that now change was warranted.

November 15, 2011
Race 1 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign at the conclusion of the first race in order to access the cause for the #1 "A DASHING WIND" to duck in after the start of the 300 yard quarter horse event and unseat jockey Eliska Kubinova.

Films show incidental contact between #3 "DANCING COP" with jockey Jorge Rosales and Ms. Jubinova's mount at the start. However #1 failed to correct in a timely manner and hit the inside rail unseating the jockey.

Both horse and rider were uninjured in the mishap and no change was warranted.

Race 9 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE
The stewards posted the objection sign following the 9th race at the behest of trainer Billy Christian who started the fourth place finisher #5 "KRUKRUSHER". Mr. Christian alleged interference from the second place finisher #4 "BROTHER DAVE" and jockey Mark Anderson at the 1/4 pole.

Films show #4 was never close to #5 around the far turn and deemed the objections frivolous in nature. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

November 2, 2011
Race 7 - INQUIRY / DISQUALIFICATION

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 7th race to evaluate ovserved interference at the 1/8 pole. Involved were #4 "INHOCSIGNOVINCES" who finished third with jockey Marijo Terleski and the eight place finisher #3 "ALYBYE ON FIRE" and apprentice jockey Eliska Kubinova.

Films verify #4 pushed through a hole at the 1/8 pole that lacked the required spacing and bumped and jostled #3 to force more room, compromising the latter's chance at a better placing.

For that action #4 was disqualifiied for third and placed eighth behind #3.

October 31, 2011
Race 1 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign at the request of tjockey Shawna Whiteside astride #7 "NO LIME NO REASON" who finished sixteh Rocco Bowen woh finished fifth aboard #5 "NCC SHAKOOL". Both alleged inerference form the first place finisher #9 "MADEES LILY" and jockey Eliska Kubinova.

Films show #9 duck in under right hand urging, however, wa marginally clear of #7 and completely clear of #5. Accordingly, no change was warranted.

October 26, 2011
Race 7 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the objection sign following the 7th race at the request of jockey Shawna Whiteside who finished seventh aboard #7 "ALMOST TOAST". Shawna alleged interference from the second place finisher #3 "HAVEADRINKONME" and jockey Luis Torres at the 3/4 pole.

Films show #7 steadies momentarily at the 3/4, however, the view of the race fail to substantiate the cause. Accordingly, no change was made.

October 17, 2011
Race 4 - INQUIRY / NO CHANGE

The stewards posted the inquiry sign following the 4th race to evaluate contact between the first two place finishers. Involved were #7 "VICTRIOLIC" who finished first with jockey Javier Matias and #2 "GENERAL CUSTER" who finished second with jockey Mark Anderson.

Films show #7 & #2 made incidental contact at the 1/8 pole, however, in the opinion of the stewards, the incident was inconsequential to the finish and no change was warranted.

Race 6 - OBJECTION / NO CHANGE
The stewards posted the objection sign at the behest of trainer Eric Jensen and jockey Luis Torres the connections of #7 "MISS MARLY B" who finished second. Both alleged interference against the winner #9 "BIRTHDAY TIME" and jockey Javier Matias at the 5/16 and 1/8 pole.

Films show a circuit drifting at the 1/8 pole by #9, however, in no way was #7 compromised. Accordingly, no change was made.