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Cerin has Pair for Cinderella

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Gone Rebel and She’ll Heir, impressive winners in their respective debuts in Texas and Kentucky, are among nine 2-year-old fillies scheduled to compete in the $60,000 Cinderella Stakes on Wednesday at Hollywood Park.


Both Gone Rebel and She’ll Heir were purchased privately by Vladimir Cerin, one of three trainers with a pair of entrants in the race at 5 ½ furlongs on Cushion Track, for owners David and Holly Wilson.


The other trainers with two runners in the ungraded Cinderella are Mike Harrington and Walther Solis. Harrington will send out send out Swiss Wild Cat and Hi Ho Yodeler while Solis will be represented by Seethe Girlgo and Arta B Tappin.


A Louisiana bred daughter of Macabe out of the Honour And Glory mare Rebel Gal, Gone Rebel defeated maidens by 4 ¼ lengths on May 9 at Lone Star Park. She was a $6,200 yearling purchase for former owners Janet Marden and Robert Sutherland. Her victory in the 4 ½ furlong race was worth $12,240.


Exactly one month earlier, She’ll Heir broke into the game with a 1 ½ length victory over five rivals at Keeneland. A Florida bred daughter of Wildcat Heir and the Favorite Trick mare The Tricks On Me, She’ll Heir was dismissed at 21-1. She earned $25,500 while also running 4 ½ furlongs.


Gone Rebel and She’ll Heir will race coupled. Paul Atkinson has the mount on Gone Rebel while Rafael Bejarano, who won the 2008 Cinderella on Trifecta King, will ride She’ll Heir.


Hi Ho Yodeler was also a first out winner. Owned by breeders Todd Marshall and Andrew Molasky, the Swiss Yodeler filly out of the Cape Canaveral mare Calamity June won by 2 ½ lengths at 7-1 on May 2 at Hollywood Park. She has worked four times in the interim, including a 1:00 2/5 five furlong drill on June 3. She earned $24,600 for her victory.


Bred by owner Heinz Steinmann, Swiss Wild Cat earned her win in her second race. The daughter of Ministers Wild Cat and the Swiss Yodeler mare I Can Yodele won by 1 ¼ lengths on May 16. Second in her debut on April 25, she has earned $42,640.


Owned in partnership by breeder Terry Lovingier, Seethe Girlgo defeated $40,000 California bred maidens in her third start on May 6. The daughter of Nineeleven and the Wild Rush mare Action Girl has banked $17,680.


Arta B Tappin, is without a victory in three tries. Most recently, the Tapit filly and the Opening Verse mare Arla was third in a race restricted to Cal breds on May 19.

The field will also include Rockin Heather, a debut winner going two furlongs on April 7 at Santa Anita for trainer Rafael DeLeon, who co-owns the daughter of In Excess and the Old Trieste mare Heatherdoesntbluff with breeder Brian Kahn, Trick Skate, who won for trainer Molly Pearson and C J Racing LLC against Cal bred maidens on May 20 at Hollywood Park, and Warren’s Leadgirl, a California bred who won locally in her bow for owner-breeder Benjamin Warren and trainer Jorge Gutierrez on May 2.


From the inside out, the field for the 48th Cinderella Stakes: She’ll Heir, Rafael Bejarano rides, 120 pounds; Trick Skate, Alex Bisono, 120; Swiss Wild Cat, Christian Santiago Reyes, 120; Hi Ho Yodeler, Joe Talamo, 120; Arta B Tappin, Victor Espinoza, 115; Warren’s Leadgirl, Mike Smith, 120; Seethe Girlgo, David Flores, 117; Rockin Heather, Martin Garcia, 120 and Gone Rebel, Paul Atkinson, 120.


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