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Del Mar: Wide Open CTBA

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Twelve 2-year-old fillies, including two each from the barns of Walther Solis, Eric Kruljac and Mike Harrington, are set to go postward Friday in the $100,000 California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes.

 

Harrington's two -- Swiss Wild Cat and Hi Ho Yodeler -- each have a victory and have pocketed $90,000 in earnings between them. Swiss Wild Cat is far and away the best of the earners with $50,600 from a win and two seconds in four starts. After finishing second in Hollywood Park's Cinderella Stakes, Swiss Wildcat could do no better than sixth in the Landaluce, one behind stablemate Hi Ho Yodeler, who finished fourth in the Cinderella.

 

Four of the 12 are yet to win, while six others have posted a maiden win.

 

Here's how the field lines up from the rail, with weights and riders: Arta B Tappin, 118, Victor Espinoza; Cayanna, 118, Rafael Bejarano; Miss Reditore, 118, Mike Smith; Cookinthisorthat, 118, David Flores; Vonn Nez, 118, Joseph Talamo; Seethe Girlgo, 122, David Flores on second call; Deo's Secret, 120, Joel Rosario; Trick Skate, 120, Alonso Quinonez; Rockin Heather, 120, Kerwin John; Swiss Wild Cat, 120, Christian Santiago Reyes; Hi Ho Yodeler, 120, Martin Garcia, and Social Event, 118, Felipe Valdez.

 

 

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