Royal Trump Picks Up Win Number Three

Arcadia, CA (April 14, 2019)-Royal Trump picked up his third lifetime win by taking a Santa Anita allowance race by a head.

The four-year-old son of Ministers Wild Cat is out of Royal Woodman, by Woodman and has now earned $111,445. His record stands at sixteen starts, three wins, three seconds and four thirds; sixty-two percent in the money.

Ministers Wild Cat stands for $4,000 live foal and is currently sitting at number nine on the California General Sire List.

Ministers Wild Cat Juvenile Debuts as a Winner

Phoenix, AZ (April 14, 2019)-Arizona Sun made her debut at Turf Paradise a wire-to-wire win in the Turf Paradise Open Spring Futurity Trials.

After breaking on top the two-year-old filly, by Ministers Wild Cat, kept to her task scoring by a length over the seven colts and fillies.

Bred by Fleming Thoroughbred Farm LLC, Arizona Sun is out of Cave Springs (In Excess) and is owned by Randy Howg.

Lieutenant Dan Wins Echo Eddie

From Santa Anita Publicity
ARCADIA, Calif. (April 6, 2019)–Nick Alexander’s homebred Lieutenant Dan, who was head and head for the lead into and around the far turn, emerged with a one length advantage a furlong out en route to a 2 ¼ length score under Geovanni Franco in Saturday’s $200,000 Echo Eddie Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by Steve Miyadi, the 3-year-old gelding by Grazen got 6 ½ furlongs in 1:17.46.

Sponsored by the CTBA, the Echo Eddie, for 3-year-olds, is part of the lucrative Golden State Series for California-bred or sired horses.

“He’s still a work in progress,” said Miyadi, who sent him north to Golden Gate Fields for four length allowance win going 5 ½ furlongs on March 23. “His last race at Golden Gate helped him, no question. He’s still slow to change leads, not in the morning, but in the afternoon, we’ve got some work to do. I was very happy to get Geo (Franco) back on him. We go way back together to Golden Gate.”

Off at 4-1 in a field of 10, Lieutenant Dan, who is out of Alexander’s Indian Charlie mare Excusabull, paid $10.40, $5.00 and $3.40.

With two wins from five starts coming into today, the Echo Eddie is “Dan’s” first stakes win and with the winner’s check of $110,000, he now has earnings of $184,520.

“He broke really well and the key was to get good position,” said Franco. “There was a lot of speed and the eight-horse (Tap the Wire) was outside of me. When it was time to go, my horse responded really well and we just took off.”

Ministers Wild Cat’s Daughter ‘Erebuni’ Breaks Her Maiden in Second Out

Arcadia, CA (March 31, 2019)-Erebuni went wire-to-wire in a six furlong maiden race to take the opener at Santa Anita.

The three-year-old daughter of Ministers Wild Cat and Yet Anothernatalie, by Storm Boot took the field by a length in her second lifetime start.

Bred by Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, LLC and owned by Petrosian Brothers Racing Stable she has now earned $19,951.

Old Topper Filly Goes Wire-to-Wire in Maiden Special

Albany, CA (March 23, 2019)- Tip Top Gal broke her maiden in a wire-to-wire effort by an easy three lengths in a Golden Gate Fields maiden special weight race.

Covering the six panels in 1:10.14, on the Tapeta surface, the three-year-old Old Topper filly has now earned $30,656 in her career.

The filly was bred by her owners George Schmitt & Mary Clare Schmitt and is from the Royal Anthem mare El Sierra Tahoe.