Albany, CA (January 13, 2018)-California-bred Could Be the One, a son of Bedford Falls, solidified his credentials as a rising star on the Northern California racing circuit today while notching his third victory from his last four starts. Racing for trainer Jack Steiner and owner Remmah Racing in this six-furlong allowance optional claiming test for 3-year-olds over the Golden Gate surface.
Under a patient ride from jockey Juan Hernandez, the Bedford Falls gelding closed from back of the field to score a determined neck victory over the 8-5 favorite in 1:10.17.
Could Be the One was produced by the multiple winner Sienna Sky, by Sky Mesa. Bred by Joe Stiglich, Lloyd Grant and Carol Lingenfelter, he has run first or second in six of his eight starts to date for earnings of $45,920.
Bedford Falls, a graded stakes-siring half-brother to leading sire Harlan’s Holiday, recently relocated to stand at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez. His 2018 fee is $2,000, live foal guarantee.