Point-to-Point Official Race Program

Point-to-Point Official Race Program

Sunday, May 7, 2023

A glorious day of steeplechase racing!

For Your Safety • Emergency services are located at the top of the hill in the Delaware State Police Command Center. • Disorderly conduct, underage drinking, and use or possession of illegal drugs of any kind will be prosecuted. • Delaware State Police will be notified of any vehicle operated by a driver who appears to be intoxicated. • When crossing the racetrack, follow the directions of the volunteers and Delaware State Police. • Loud music, cooking devices, kegs, tents, canopies, umbrellas, and awnings are prohibited. • In the event of inclement weather, please listen to the public address system for directions. • When entering the grounds, take note of the exit nearest to your parking space. • Unauthorized and commercial vehicles will be towed at the owner’s risk and expense. • Enjoy the races, delight in Winterthur’s grounds, and drive safely! No Drone Zone For the safety of our guests, jockeys, and horses, this event is a NO DRONE ZONE . Any use of unauthorized equipment will result in removal and penalties. Photography Notice Upon entering the premises you grant Winterthur and its agents the right to videotape, film, and photograph you, record your voice, and use your likeness in connection with the commercial production, and in the distribution, exhibition, and exploitation thereof.

Point-to-Point Recycles! Please help us by recycling your bottles and cans.

Please place all of your glass and plastic bottles and aluminum cans in the clear recycling bags provided and tie them closed. Leave them in your tailgate area, and they will be picked up at the end of the event. Please do not throw any trash in these bags as it will contaminate the recycling. These bags will be disposed of as trash. Come Back and Visit! Bring your wristband back during the month of May to enjoy a day of complimentary admission to Winterthur! Visit winterthur.org for events and information.

Proceeds from Point-to-Point support environmental and land stewardship initiatives to care for, preserve, and protect the Winterthur garden and the woodlands, meadows, and wetland habitats that surround it—nearly 1,000 acres of conserved land. We are grateful to our visitors and event supporters and encourage you to come back and explore this beautiful Brandywine Valley preserve.


Front cover photo by Suchat Pederson

10:30 am Gates Open

Join Our Stable: Free to play, StableDuel.com to WIN CASH PRIZES Free to play downloaded app. Select your stable of 10 horses until post time on Sunday, May 7. Races stream live on NationalSteeplechase.com. See page 16 for more details. Tailgate Competition: Display your best tailgate as celebrity chef Dru Tevis, Corporate Pastry Chef for SoDel Concepts and Winner of Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship Season 9, and Chef Lee Wallach, CEO of Home Appétit, team up and mix through the crowds searching for the 2023 Best Presented Tailgate! All tailgate parking spaces are eligible to win the coveted Point-to-Point silver tray and a $200 SoDel gift card. Winners will be announced at 1:30. Best Dressed from Head to Toe: Judges will comb the crowd looking for the Best Dressed from Head to Toe, who will win a Christine A. Moore Millinery 2023 hat or fascinator and a $500 gift certificate from the Wilmington Country Store. Text Trivia Contest: Point-to-Point trivia questions, sponsored by WJBR 99.5FM. Listen for the announcement and be the first correct answer texted to 302.764.WJBR (9527) to win prizes. Rolls-Royce and Bentley Auto Display from Keystone Region Rolls- Royce Owners’ Club Winterthur Hunt & Canine Capers: Enjoy family activities, crafts, and contests (See map on page 12) Stick Horse Races: 1:30, 2:15, and 2:45 pm Marketplace: Shopping for Mother’s Day, upcoming graduations, birthdays, or a treat for yourself! Making Memories: Family and Children’s Photos: Remember race day with a complimentary digital file sized for sharing on social media taken by nationally accredited photographer Kirstie Donohue. High-quality digital files and prints available for purchase at kirstiedonohue.com.

11:30 am Text Trivia Contest 11:45 am Delaware State Police Pipes and Drums 12:00 noon Alison Hershbell Large Pony Race Text Trivia Contest 12:30 pm Parade of River Hills Foxhounds Text Trivia Contest 1:00 pm George A. “Frolic” Weymouth Antique Carriage Parade Text Trivia Contest 1:30 pm Tailgate Competition Winner Announced Stick Horse Race ages 4 and under Text Trivia Contest 1:45 pm Text Trivia Contest 1:50 pm National Anthem sung by Chloe Abel 2:00 pm Races Begin!

Isabella du Pont Sharp Memorial Maiden Timber Race–$20,000 purse

2:15 pm Stick Horse Race ages 5–7

Best Dressed from Head to Toe Winner Announced by Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long

2:30 pm Winterthur Bowl

Maiden Timber Race–$20,000 purse

2:45 pm Stick Horse Race ages 8–10 3:00 pm Vicmead Plate

In honor of Louis “Paddy” Neilson III Amateur or Apprentice Rider Timber Race–$20,000 purse

3:30 pm Middletown Cup

Apprentice Rider Training Flat 3:45 pm Presentation of the Greta Brown Layton Trophy 4:00 pm Gates Close


Winterthur thanks...

Point-to-Point Partners

Keystone Region Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club Kirstie Donohue Photography Main Line Today Magazine Newark Urgent Care New Bolton Center OperaDelaware Out & About Magazine Outback Trading Company Ramsey’s Farm Reins of Life ShopRite Brandywine Commons St. Francis Healthcare Wilmington Country Store WJBR 99.5 FM Woodside Farm Creamery

Abel A e sthetics Boothwyn Pharmacy Brew HaHa! Bruce Montgomery Foundation Carl Doubet Jewelers Colonial Parking County Lines Magazine Deer Valley Danes Delaware Blue Coats Delaware Safety Council Delaware Today Magazine Ellie Boutique Houppette The Hunt Magazine Janssen’s Market


Remembering Byron Burpulis Point-to-Point Executive Committee Byron joined the Point-to-Point committee in 2014 and served as a marketing and technology expert. He brought a wealth of technical knowledge and business contacts and was always looking to leverage those connections through sponsorships.

He produced creative initiatives and encouraged new outlets, including a partnership with VideoLink, created Experience Tents, and initiated Paying It Forward, expanding our reach to other organization networks. He spearheaded a Point-to-Point mobile app and new online sales platforms. He was such a positive person taken too young and, the committee will miss his leadership, acumen, and enthusiasm for this event.

Mrs. Annie Jones, Chair Mr. Chris Strand, Director and CEO, Winterthur Mrs. Kathy Booth, President, Board of Trustees, Winterthur Mr. Byron Burpulis (deceased) Mr. Henry B. du Pont IV Executive and Race Committees Officials

Mr. John E. B. du Pont Mr. Andrew Edmonds, Jr. Mr. Jay Griswold Mr. McLane Hendricks Ms. Sanna P. Neilson Mr. W. Duncan Patterson

Stewards Charles Fleischmann (Presiding) Cook Edens Gregg Morris Stewards Secretary William Gallo, Jr. Clerk of Scales Barry Watson Starter Burling Vannote Chartcaller Jon Miller Safety Steward & Horse Identifier Doris Paxson Bugler Mr. John Brunazzi Paddock Judge James Slater Announcers Tony Bentley Justin from Deanna & Justin In the Morning, Mix 99.5 WJBR National Anthem Chloe Abel

Timer Chris Patterson Farrier John Wilkoski Physician Dr. Sandy Gibney Pony Race Coordinator Charlene Hershbell Nancy Dougherty Sutton Hays Outriders Master James C. Paxson and staff of River Hills Foxhounds Inc. Horse Ambulance Jimmy Riggins/New Bolton Race Chairman and Grooms Award Judge Sanna Neilson Clerk of the Course Kevin Braun Rob Plankinton George A. “Frolic” Weymouth Carriage Parade John Hunt, Lead Whip

Dave Busby, Coordinator Joe Dombroski, Announcer Winterthur Vet Dr. Kathleen Anderson Lasik Veterinarian Dr. Jeff Witwer Testing Veterinarian Dr. Clarke Cushing

Patrol Judges Carl Meister, III John P. Hynes Anthony J.D. Cadwalader Brooke Boyer Kendra Taylor Don Cochran Bitsy Peyton Susan McGee Horseman Coordinator Mr. Mark Rowland


whimsy + row 302 Wilmington, DE 302-559-8393 Custom charcuterie boards, coasters, and other natural creations

Dings Bling Pittsgrove, NJ 609-805-1423 dings-bling.com Custom jewelry using dichroic glass beads and Italian leather

Facebook.com/whimsyrow302 Instagram: @whimsyrow302

Little Lion Candles Kennett Square, PA 610-441-2569 littlelioncandles.com

J WILDER IMPORTS Short Hills, NJ 516 225 9955 jwilderimports.com Shoes, belts, and one-of-a-kind items

Clean burning coconut and beeswax candles in nature themes with crystals

Olga Ganoudis Designs Wilmington, DE 302-507-6300 etsy.com/shop/OlgaGanoudis Hand-fabricated and hand-created sterling silver jewelry

Winterthur Museum Store Winterthur, DE 302.888.4822 winterthur.org/Shop Unique items that celebrate Winterthur’s beauty, indoors and out. Woodside Farm Creamery 1310 Little Baltimore Road Hockessin, DE 19707 302.239.9847 woodsidefarmcreamery.com Homemade ice cream

Sunflower Trading Company Ellicott City, MD 410.750.1418 onefreshhat.com

Hats and English and American outerwear

Virginia Peacock 30 Cold Spring Road Califon, NJ 07830 908.391.9723 VirginiaPeacock.jewelry Equine-themed jewelry and trays

Please see the map at the center of program for the Marketplace location.


Mrs. Frances Baker Lewes, DE Weavertown Coach Roof Seat Break Lydia Willits Bartholomew West Chester, PA 1890 J. J. Durham Meadowbrook

Mr. and Mrs. Richard O’Donnell East Fallowfield, PA Wagonette Break

Jamie O’Rourke Chester County, PA

Beaufort Phaeton by Bennington, Nottinghamshire, England, from the collection of John M. Seabrook

Leslie Bottaro Wilmington, DE Amish Road Cart

Judith Kinney Paisley Chester County, PA Studebaker Queen Phaeton

Dr. Betsy DeMarino Weisbrod West Chester, PA 1860 Moor & Son English Four Wheel Rally Cart

Dr. M. J. Potter Kirkwood, PA Classic Derby Break John Rice Chester County, PA Kühnle Wagonette Merrill Walters Pottstown, PA Jeff Day Carriage

Dr. Andrew Fieo Chester County, PA European Roof Seat Break

Mr. John Frazier Hunt—Lead Whip Spring City, PA Weavertown Roof Seat Break

Mr. John Gregory Chester County, PA German-Made Gun Wagon

Jamie Wyeth and Kelly Carroll Chadds Ford, PA Antique lady Wicker Phaeton made by Haley & Company

Jonathan Martin Chester County, PA Mountain Break

Winterthur wishes to thank our Driving Supporters:

Frances and Wayne Baker Ms. Lydia Willits Bartholomew Mr. Dave Busby Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gregory Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt

Mr. Jonathan D. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Richard O’Donnell Dr. M. J. Potter, VMD Dr. & Mrs. Donald J. Rosato Mr. Merrill Walters


Winterthur Hunt Map

1. Making Memories—Family and Children’s Photos kirstiedonohue.com: Remember race day with a complimentary digital file sized for sharing on social media taken by nationally accredited photographer Kirstie Donohue. High-quality digital files and prints available for purchase at www.kirstiedonohue.com. 2. Delaware Safety Council: Delaware Safety Council has been emphasizing the importance of driving safe since 1919. Delaware Safety Council urges you to have a designated driver in your group when you are celebrating. DSC provides that driver with a heroes’ wristband and will be distributing them and other giveaways at our booth. Delaware Safety Council and its teen SmartDrive programs will have interactive games like “Impaired Baggo” with its distracted and impaired goggles. Visit delawaresafety.org for online Defensive Driving courses or call 302.276.0660. 3. Bruce Montgomery Foundation: Play “musical” chairs and name that instrument game to win prizes. 4. Reins of Life: Kids of all ages can have fun decorating authentic horseshoes formerly worn by local racehorses, just alongside our information table, where you can learn how you can participate with Reins of Life and our therapeutic horseback riding program. 5. Delaware Blue Coats: YOUR Delaware Blue Coats, the 2023 NBA Gleague Champions, will bring their Skee Ball inflatable, free books, and giveaways. 6. OperaDelaware: Experience Pop-Up Opera! An outdoor, live music experience. Spin our prize wheel, participate in our fun opera trivia, and enjoy short live performances on the hour by OperaDelaware artists. Canine Capers: Presented by Humane Animal Partners , committed to connecting people with animals, building strong relationships to better the community, and preventing cruelty to animals. A merger of Delaware Humane Association and Delaware SPCA, HAP is a no-kill nonprofit animal welfare organization that finds homes for 4,000 dogs and cats annually. To view our adoptable animals, learn about our services, or get involved, visit humaneanimalpartners.org. Pawticipants: Asten Hundt –Creating one-of-a-kind hand drawn charcoal and pencil pet portrait memories highlighting each animal’s character and soul. See his work on Instagram @astenhundt. BlackDog Behavior and Training, LLC –Utilizes positive reinforcement techniques to create healthy, sustainable behavioral change setting realistic, low-stress goals for both dog and handler. Use code POINT2PPOINT to receive 10% off your first consult, valid until June 4, 2023. For details and scheduling, visit www.blackdogbt.com Camp Bow Wow Delaware North –A premier dog care franchise that provides services to provide a safe and healthy environment for dogs, a boarding and daycare facility that is staffed with experienced and knowledgeable professionals. Learn more at www.campbowwow.com/delaware-north Canine Partners for Life –Raising, training, and placing service and companion dogs to assist individuals who have physical and cognitive disabilities, giving them a greater sense of independence, boosting their confidence, and helping them achieve their goals. Learn more at www.k94life.org Lucky Dawg Animal Rescue –An all-volunteer, foster-based, nonprofit 501(c)(3) rescuing and rehabilitating homeless, abandoned, unwanted dogs and cats; and assists with pet searches, behavioral training, pet-sitting, medical care, and rehabilitating puppy-mill survivors. To view adoptable animals or get involved, visit www.luckydawganimalrescue.com Stick Horse Races: Join “Coaty” the Delaware Blue Coats mascot, and Wilmington Hobby Horse Club as our youngest jockeys take to the course. Bring your own stick horse or grab one from our stable. Ages 4 and under: 1:30 pm • Ages 5–7: 2:15 pm • Ages 8–10: 2:45 pm Ramsey’s Hayrides: Jump on the wagon for a complimentary short hayride for the family through Winterthur’s beauty. Ramsey’s Farm has been a Winterthur neighbor since 1860 and is known for its pumpkin patch and farm parties.

Join Our Stable


• Download StableDuel app • To play, find Winterthur on the TRACKS screen • Use your virtual wallet “bankroll” to create your stable of 10 horses from the day’s races • Horse prices are based on morning-line odds • Each horse gets points for their finish • The stable with the most points after each race WINS CASH PRIZES to the top 25 finishes • Select your 10-horse stable starting Wednesday, May 3, until post time Sunday, May 7 • Each race is televised LIVE on Nationalsteeplechase.com

Sponsored by

In Honor of Alison Hershbell 12:00 noon

Open to ponies 13.0 hands to 14.2 hands, children under 16 years as of 1/1/23, catch weights, 3 entries to fill. If size of pony is questioned, the owner is responsible for verification. About six furlongs on the turf.




Work To Ride

Lezlie Hiner

Jada Corbin


Gold w/Purple SQUIDWORD Palamino, G, Aged Work To Ride Blue w/pink dots & blue stripes LYRIC Bay, M, 13

Lezlie Hiner

Jordyn Floyde


Nina McKenna Navy w/pink polka dots FIONNA White, M, 15

Katherine Neilson Ellet Sharp


Paige Wyatt

Betty McCue

EHM Stables


Red/White/Blue CHARLESTON Dr. Brown, M, 11

James Wyatt

Betty McCue

EHM Stables Blue & White MINI Bay, M, 7


Connect with us! @WinterthurMuse


Isabella du Pont Sharp Memorial Maiden Timber–2:00 pm In memory of Mrs. Sharp and her husband, H. Rodney Sharp, renowned for their generosity as preservationists. Purse $20,000. Timber. For Five Year Olds and Upward which have never won over timber. Five-year-olds, 160 lbs.; older, 165 lbs. Entry fee $200; $200 additional if not scratched on time Wednesday; $200 additional to start. Three Miles and One Quarter over Timber.



Arch Kingsley, Jr.

Hurricana Farm

1 10-1 Red 2 15-1 White

Purple and gold stripes, gold cap Real Factor [L] B.g.8 The Factor - Indyniable by A.P. Indy (KY)

Stephen Mulqueen


Adair Stifel

Frank A. Bonsal, Jr.

Green, white sleeves with green hoops, green cap Blackstair Rocco (IRE) Ch.g.8 Shirocco (GER) - Captain Supreme (IRE) by Captain Rio (GB) (IRE) 160 » Elizabeth Scully

Todd McKenna

Upland Partners

3 3-1 Blue

Blue, grey hoop, grey hoops on sleeves, grey cap Rhythmia [L] B.g.7 Majestic Warrior - Mystic Rhythms by Citidancer (FL)

Harrison Beswick


William Dowling

Hyggelig Haven LLC

4 6-1 Yellow 5 10-1 Green 6 5-2 Black 7 4-1 Orange

Beige, green chevrons, green cap Druid's Altar (IRE) [LX] B.g.6 Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Shell Garland by Sadler's Wells (IRE) 165 Katherine S. Neilson Red, blue triangular panel, blue sleeves, red hoops, red cap Adjutant (GB) [L1] B.g.8 Champs Elysees (GB) - Jubilee (GB) by Selkirk (GB) 165 Sycamore Run Farm Greenlights Leslie F. Young White, kelly green ball sash, kelly green hoops on sleeves, kelly green cap The Butler Yates (IRE) [L] B.g.6 Yeats (IRE) - Kerry's Girl (IRE) by Flemensfirth (IRE) 165 Tatiana Sushko Aqua, gold hoops, gold cuffs on sleeves, aqua and gold cap Shaka [L] Ch.g.6 Curlin - Leh She Run by Pulpit (KY) 165 Suzanne Sushko

Thomas Garner

Gerard Galligan

Jack Doyle

Parker Hendriks

Neil R. Morris

Flying Elvis Stable

8 8-1 Pink

Hunter green, red sash, black sleeves, black cap Vincent Van Gogo [L] B.g.8 Paynter - Hottie Dancer by Distorted Humor (VA)

Graham Watters


L  -  Lasix;  v  -  First  Time  Lasix;  Í  -  Lasix  Off Equipment Change: Vincent Van Gogo will race with Blinkers Off


The Winterthur Bowl Maiden Timber–2:30 pm

The Henry Francis du Pont Challenge Trophy is named in honor of the founder of Winterthur. A maiden timber race is being substituted for a novice race to be ridden at a distance of three and one-quarter miles over fair hunting country by a lady or gentleman. Purse $20,000. Timber. For Five Year Olds and Upward which have never won two races over timber. Five-year-olds, 160 lbs.; older, 165 lbs. Three Miles and One Quarter over Timber.



Keystone Thoroughbreds Todd McKenna Royal blue, white keystone insignia, white sleeves and cap Bob's Bar (IRE) B.g.7 Darsi (FR) - Kilcoltrim Society (IRE) by Moscow Society (IRE) 165

1 4-1 Red

Harrison Beswick

Katherine S. Neilson

Irvin S. Naylor

2 10-1 White

Green, yellow and white yoke, yellow cap Shootin the Breeze [L] Ch.g.7 Hard Spun - Prof. McGonagall by Storm Cat (KY)

Gerard Galligan


Ballybristol Farm LLC Leslie F. Young Yellow, orange V, multiple orange hoops on sleeves, yellow and orange cap Cause for Pardon [L] Gr/ro.g.8 Creative Cause - Pardon My Excess by In Excess (IRE) (KY) 165 Jack Doyle

3 9-5 Blue

Sanna Neilson

Stewart Strawbridge

4 2-1 Yellow 5 8-1 Green 6 6-1 Black

White, green hoop, white sleeves, white cap Lap of the Gods Dk B/ Br.g.6 Temple City - Push My Luck by Press Card (PA) 165

Parker Hendriks


Joseph G. Davies

Perriwinkle, white cap Brave Deacon Dk B/ Br.g.7 Orientate - Chevaux by Corporate Report (PA)

Eric Poretz


Mark Beecher

Happenstance Stable and Achsah O'Donovan

Maroon, light blue hoops, light blue cap Hero's Return [L] B.g.6 To Honor and Serve - City Empress by Empire Maker (FL) 165

Jamie Bargary

L  -  Lasix;  v  -  First  Time  Lasix;  Í  -  Lasix  Off Scratches: Inle, City of Grace


The Vicmead Plate In Honor of Louis “Paddy” Neilson III Apprentice Rider Timber–3:00 pm This race commemorates the founding of the Vicmead Hunt Club in May 1920 and is in memory of its four founding members: Mrs. Victor (Betty) du Pont, Mrs. Hollyday (Ellen) Meeds, Mrs. A. Felix (Dick) du Pont, and Mrs. H. Rodney (Bella) Sharp. Purse $20,000. Timber. For Five Year Olds and Upward which have not won a timber or hurdle stakes in 2022- 2023. To be ridden by apprentice riders. 170 lbs. Non-winners of two races over timber, allowed 5 lbs.; of a race, 10 lbs. Riders who have never won a race, allowed 5 lbs. No other rider allowances. Entry fee $150; $150 additional if not scratched on time Wednesday; $150 additional to start. Three Miles and One Quarter over Timber. $5,000 of this purse has been donated by the Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase Foundation, for the promotion of the apprentice rider program.



Katherine S. Neilson

Armata Stables

1 6-5 Red

Cherry and old gold halves, cherry sleeves, old gold cap Fashion Line [L] Dk B/ Br.g.7 Morning Line - Well Fashioned by Cozzene (KY) 165

Conor Tierney

Mark Beecher

South Branch Equine LLC

2 4-5 White 3 10-1 Blue 4 8-1 Yellow

Yellow and green blocks, yellow sleeves, yellow cap Master Seville B.g.7 Seville (GER) - Casablanca Lily (IRE) by Hurricane Run (IRE) (PA) 170

Elizabeth Scully

The Filbert Family Casey Pinkard Green and red diagonal halves, green sleeves, red chevrons, green and red cap City of Grace B.m.9 Shackleford - Sassy City by Macho Uno (KY) Cohiba Stable William Dowling White and orange halves, checkered belt, white sleeves and cap Inle [L] Dk B/ Br.g.8 Blame - Sea of Showers by Seattle Slew (KY)

148 » Casey


155 » Whitney


L  -  Lasix;  v  -  First  Time  Lasix;  Í  -  Lasix  Off Scratches: Stolen Shoes (GB), Blackstair Rocco (IRE)


The Middletown Cup Apprentice Rider Training Flat–3:30 pm

For Three Year Olds and Upward. To be ridden by apprentice riders. Three-year-olds, 145 lbs.; older, 155 lbs. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Riders who have never won a race, allowed 5 lbs. No other rider allowances. The result of this race does not count toward a horse’s official record. Entry fee $100. One Mile and One Half on the Turf.



Maranto Manor, LLC William Dowling Blue, white stars, red sleeves with white hoops, red cap with white stripe Rhebus Road (IRE) [L1] Ch.g.5 Champs Elysees (GB) - Red Riddle (IRE) by Verglas (IRE) (IRE) 155 Conor Tierney

1 4-1 Red

Suzanne Sushko Tatiana Sushko Aqua, gold hoops, gold cuffs on sleeves, aqua and gold cap Royal Regatta B.g.4 Bodemeister - Royal Mecke by Mecke (MD) 150 Todd McKenna Royal blue, white keystone insignia, white sleeves and cap Good Boy (FR) [L] Ch.g.5 Diamond Boy (FR) - Maralypha (FR) by Louveteau (FR) 150 Keystone Thoroughbreds

2 10-1 White 3 15-1 Blue 4 2-1 Yellow 5 6-1 Green 6 15-1 Black 7 10-1 Orange

Tatiana Sushko

Virginia Korrell

Keri Brion

Hudson River Farms

White, black ball sash, red cuffs, red and white cap Sleight of Hand [L] Dk B/ Br.g.5 Elusive Quality - Miss Vindictive by Stephen Got Even (KY) 145 » Jesus Saucedo

Ricky Hendriks

Armata Stables

Cherry and old gold halves, cherry sleeves, old gold cap Realist (GB) [L] B.g.5 Camelot (GB) - Silver Mirage (GB) by Oasis Dream (GB) (GB) 155

Elizabeth Scully

Elizabeth Voss

Atlanta Hall LLC

Rust, white sash, black sleeves, black cap Transit Ch.g.6 Carpe Diem - Aimone by Lemon Drop Kid (KY)

Casey Pinkard


Maranto Manor, LLC William Dowling Blue, white stars, red sleeves with white hoops, red cap with white stripe Beowulf (IRE) [L] B.g.5 Camelot (GB) - Hug and a Kiss by Thewayyouare (IRE) Riverdee Stable Todd J. Wyatt Dark blue, light blue hoops, light blue hoops on sleeves, red cap Quidditch B.g.4 Lemon Drop Kid - Widget by Street Cry (IRE) (KY) 150

150 » George Daly

8 8-1 Pink

Taylor Kingsley


Elizabeth McCue

9 20-1 Turquoise 10 10-1 Purple

Pink, grey diamond hoop, pink sleeves, pink cap Prince Khozan [LX] Ch.g.6 Khozan - Verso a Verso by Circular Quay (FL)

150 » Gretchen Eisenberg

Leslie F. Young

Runnymoore Racing, LLC

Gold and brown diagonal quarters, green sleeves Eleazar [L] B.g.5 Shanghai Bobby - Judy In Disguise (GB) by Elusive City (PA)

150 » George


L  -  Lasix;  v  -  First  Time  Lasix;  Í  -  Lasix  Off Scratches: Summer Silence Equipment Change: Prince Khozan will race with Blinkers On


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