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Breeders' Cup 2017

Tiz Flirtatious, Lady of Shamrock Set to Meet Again

Joel Rosario aboard Tiz Flirtatious winner of the John Deere Cal Cup Distaff (Division 1) at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California on October 13, 2012.

Tiz Flirtatious and Lady of Shamrock, two of the top female turf runners on the West Coast, are bearing down for a rematch in the $250,000 Gamely Stakes May 27, the first Grade I race of the Spring/Summer meet.

Tiz Flirtatious, trained by Marty Jones, won the Grade II Santa Ana Stakes March 24 and previously was runner-up to Better Lucky in the Grade I Matriarch last November at Betfair Hollywood Park. The daughter of Tizbud has won six of nine for owner-breeder Pamela C. Ziebarth and earned $424.800. Jones said he will work the 5-year-old mare a yet to be determined distance Friday.

Lady of Shamrock, winner of the Grade I Del Mar Oaks last summer and second to Tiz Flirtatious in the Santa Ana, is scheduled to work a half-mile for trainer John Sadler Monday or Tuesday. The 4-year-old Scat Daddy filly was moved up from second to first after the disqualification of Viva Carina in the Grade II Santa Barbara April 20. The dark bay has won seven of 13 and earned $825,400.

 

 

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