Tommy Town Homebred Two-for-Three in 2021

Albany, CA (March 18, 2021) – Stalking Shadow took his 2021 record to two-for-three with his allowance victory at Golden Gate Fields going one mile over the all weather.

Our Tommy Town homebred son of Ministers Wild Cat was on the muscle early. Pressing the pacesetter while keep the rail for his own, the 3-year-old colt put himself on even terms around the turn. Set down for the stretch drive, he fought gallantly, gaining the lead inside the final furlong and he drew away to win by two lengths.

Trained by Jonathan Wong. Stalking Shadow is out of the winning Petionville mare, Silent Stalk.

Stanford Filly Brings $85,000 at OBS March

Ocala, FL (March 17, 2021) – Drizella, the first offspring of our Freshman Sire Stanford to enter the auction ring in 2021, was purchased for $85,000 by William Peeples at the Ocala Breeders’ Sale Company’s March 2021 Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale. Consigned as Hip 284, she was the first horse through the ring on Day 2 of the sale and her selling price exceeded the median of the sale by $15,000.  Consigned by Havens Bloodstock Agency , Inc., Agent II, she had previewed in :10 flat.

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Who You Say I Am Breaks Maiden in 3-year-old Debut

Grantville, PA (March 17, 2021) – Who You Say I Am, our 3-year-old homebred son of Gemologist, earned his maiden victory in his seasonal debut in the 9th race at Penn National.

Lining up in post two of the six furlong dash, Who You Say I Am was away swiftly and the lead was his. Jockey Julio Hernandez was just a passenger this evening. Who You Say I Am lead at every call and galloped away through the stretch to post a very easy six length triumph.

Trained by Todd Beattie, he is a Tommy Town Thoroughbreds second generation homebred. His dam is the multiple stakes winning Valid Wager mare, U R All That I Am.

Dynasty of Her Own Earns Sixth Career Victory

Albany, CA (March 14, 2021) – Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC’s Dynasty of Her Own earned her second victory on 2021 and her sixth overall in the feature race at Golden Gate Fields, a five and one-half furlong allowance over the all weather with a purse of $33,000.

Away sharply from the inside post, our Shanghai Bobby filly showed enough of her natural speed to maintain the rail position while sitting closely in third. She joined the leader turning into the stretch. Jockey Evin Roman shook the reins at the top of the stretch and she quickly opened up a clear lead. She dug in when a closer came late and she won in easier fashion than the half-length margin would indicate.

Trained by Jonathan Wong, the victory takes her lifetime earnings to $172,848. Produced by the multiple stakes-placed Richter Scale mare, Lady Dynasty, she was bred in Kentucky by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaster.

Stanford Filly Previews at OBS March in :10 Flat

Ocala, FL (March 12, 2021) – The first 2-year-old from the first crop of multiple graded stakes winner and millionaire Stanford to be offered in the sales ring previewed a furlong in :10 flat for the Ocala Breeders’ Sale Company’s March 2021 Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale being held March 16-17.

Named Drizella, she is out of the Roya Applause mare, Tinderella (GB), whose dam is a full sister to the Group 2 winner Flyway (FR), and a half-sister Group 2 winner Falcon Flight (FR), and the multiple California stakes winner, Felon (IRE). This is also the family of German classic winner Flying Brave.

She is Hip 284 and she is consigned to the sale by Havens Bloodstock Agency , Inc., Agent II

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Alberta Sun Wins Arizona Breeders’ Stakes

Phoenix, AZ (March 11, 2021) – Alberta Sun, the 3-year-old daughter of Ministers Wild Cat, overcame a stumble at the start to win the Arizona Breeders’ Stakes going six furlongs over the fast main track at Turf Paradise.

Bet down as the 3/5 favorite, Alberta Sun gave the punters a bit of a scare with the mishap at the break. Allowed to settle by jockey Glenn Corbett, Alberta Sun found her stride down the backstretch. She launched her bid four wide around the turn and was in contention at the top of the stretch. Closing resolutely, she took over with a furlong to run and came home best by a length and one-quarter.

Alberta Sun races for Randy Howg and she is trained by Robertino Diodoro. She as now won or placed in five of her seven career starts. Bred in Arizona by Fleming Thoroughbred Farm LLC, she was produced by the winning Tabasco Cat mare, Drifa.

Island Life Wins Debut

Albany, CA (February 26, 2021) – Island Life, our homebred 3-year-old daughter of Ministers Wild Cat, made her first career start a winning one, dead heating for the victory in the opener on the day at Golden Gate Fields going five and one-half furlongs over the all weather course.

Tracking a more experienced foe from second down the backstretch, Island Life challenged around the turn and drew even on the outside with a furlong to run. The two fillies battled to the wire and the photo finish camera could not separate them. The finished one and three-quarter lengths in front of the third place finisher.

Island Life is out of the winning Candy Ride (ARG) mare, Island Candy. She is trained by Jonathan Wong.

Old Topper’s Becca Taylor Undefeated in Three Starts

Arcadia, CA (February 21, 2021) – Becca Taylor, the 3-year-old daughter of Old Topper, kept her undefeated record intact with her victory in the 6th race at Santa Anita, a $63,500 allowance going six furlongs over the main track.

Bet down as the favorite, Becca Taylor drew the outside post and was not the quickest out of the gate. A length off the leaders through the opening quarter, jockey Jessica Pyfer let her find her own stride and she quickly drew even with the leader with three furlongs to run. Neither filly gave up all the way to the wire, but Becca Taylor proved best by a neck at the finish. Her final time was just 1/5 off the winner’s clocking in the Spring Fever Stakes for older fillies two races later.

Becca Taylor has now won on the dirt and turf at Santa Anita after breaking her maiden first out at Los Alamitos. Trained by Steven Miyadi, she has earned $100,800 for owner/breeder Nick Alexander. Her dam is the winning General Meeting mare, Lady Sax.

Kafwain Colt Two-for-Two in 2021

Albany, CA (February 13, 2021) – Should Be Illegal, the 4-year-olds son of Kafwain, earned his second win in as many starts this season with a determined effort in the 3rd race at Golden Gate Fields, a six furlong allowance over the all weather.

Breaking from the outside, he hooked-up with the inside speed and the two carried on their own private match race all the way around. Should Be Illegal never let his rival get to far away and the stretch drive could have gone either way until inside the final sixteenth. Should Be Illegal dug in fiercely and found more to go onto a half-length victory.

Bred by Jim Robinson, he races for the partnership of Jimmy Rex Robinson Trust, Tom Mayo and his trainer, Steve Sherman. A consistent colt, he has won or placed in six of his eight career starts. He was produced by the winning Ministers Wild Cat mare, Angi’s Wild Cat.

Back-to-Back Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC Winners at Golden Gate

Albany, CA, (February 12, 2021) – Wildly Dramatic and Dynasty of Her Own scored back-to-back victories for the Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC racing stable today at Golden Gate Fields.

Wildly Dramatic, the 3-year-old homebred daughter of Ministers Wild Cat earned her maiden trip to the winner’s circle in frontrunning style going five furlongs over the all weather in the 2nd race on the card. She was never seriously challenged and came home an easy three length winner.

Wildly Dramatic is a half-sister to recent stakes winner Loud Mouth. Both were produced by the winning Tale of the Cat mare, Drama Cat.

Multiple stakes winner Dynasty of Her Own made it two wins in a row at Golden Gate, romping by four lengths in the 3rd race, a five and one-half furlong allowance over the all weather.

The 4-year-old filly pressured the pacesetter and was set down in the drive at the top of the stretch. She quickly took the lead and opened up through the remainder of the trip to win by four lengths.

Dynasty of Her Own is a daughter of Shanghai Bobby and the multiple stakes-placed Richter Scale mare, Lady Dynasty. She has five wins and one third in her eight career starts and she has earned $153,048.

Both the winning fillies are trained by Jonathan Wong.