Ticker
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $167,021 when racing resumes Friday at Los Alamitos.Posted 1 day ago
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $42,460 when racing resumes Thursday at Los Alamitos.Posted 3 days ago
  •  Assateague goes wire to wire in the Dr. James Penny Memorial!Posted 3 days ago
  •  Assateague goes wire to wire in the Dr. James Penny Memorial!Posted 3 days ago
  • Clearly Now breaks the 7f track record at Belmont - 1:19.96.Posted 6 days ago
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $28,880 when racing resumes July 4 at Los Al.Posted 8 days ago
  • 1-9 Frac Daddy upset by Sky Captain in the Dominion Day! Posted 10 days ago
  •  Size holds off Ria Antonia in the Iowa Oaks!Posted 13 days ago
  •  Declassify game in the Triple Bend!Posted 13 days ago
  •  Riposte proves best in the New York Handicap!Posted 13 days ago

Miss Well Molded Wins Santa Anita Feature

Miss Well Molded wins at Santa Anita (1-23-14).
Photo: Benoit Photo
Heavily favored Miss Well Molded was a prompt three quarter length winner of Thursday’s $58,000 Mars Purse allowance, getting one mile on turf under Rafael Bejarano in 1:34.47.

Dispatched at 6-5 in a field of eight older fillies and mares bred in California, the 5-year-old mare by Unusual Heat was sent from the gate by Rafael Bejarano and sat a length behind Mangita and Aaron Gryder around the Club House turn and past the half mile pole, drew even around the far turn and repelled a stubborn bid from the pacesetter through the stretch run to prevail.

Trained by Doug O’Neill and owned by Neil Haymes, Dave Kenney, Westside Rentals and O’Neill, Miss Well Molded paid $4.60, $3.00 and $2.40.    

Claimed out of a $32,000 claiming win three starts back, Miss Well Molded was a handy Cal-bred allowance winner next out and was well beaten in a second condition allowance in her most recent start, Dec. 12 at Hollywood Park.

“Her last race, I think was just too tough,” said O’Neill.  “We tried her at a second condition allowance, in open company, and I think the water was a little too deep.  I think the drop back in here to Cal-breds did what we hoped it would and ‘Raffie’ gave her a great ride as well.

Entered today for an optional claiming tag of $25,000, Miss Well Molded, who is out of the Bertrando mare Miss Thirtyfour D, was claimed in an eight-way shake by trainer Peter Miller and picked up $34,800 for the win, increasing her earnings to $215,206.  She now has five wins from 17 starts.  

The second choice at 3-1, Mangita set fractions of 23.56, 46.86, 1:10.11 and 1:22.05 and was extra game right to the wire, finishing a half length in front of late running Tanquerray and Corey Nakatani.

Mangita paid $3.80 and $3.00.

Off as the 5-1 third choice, Tanquerray paid $3.00 to show.



 

 

comments powered by Disqus

Related Pages

Related Stories

Top Stories