MILTON THE MONSTER rolls to a 12 3/4 length allowance win!!

MILTON THE MONSTER (Jack Milton) has only been off the board in 2 of 12 starts. Today he lived up to his name and after stalking initially he cleared the field and pulled away for a win by almost 13 lengths at PARX, He was started by Cary and then sold at Fasig Tipton Timonium. He is owned by Robert Brittingham, James Wasserson, and Louis Bisso, Jr., and trained by John C. Servis.

Starts Firsts Seconds Thirds Earnings
12 3 2 4 $122,620

Annual Breakfast at the Gallops Scheduled for Mar. 18

Aiken | Sarah Andrew

The City of Aiken Parks, Recreation and Tourism will host the 14th annual Breakfast at the Gallops Friday, Mar. 18, beginning at 8 a.m. at the Aiken Training Track.

Local trainers will be on hand to talk to participants about the various training methods used at Aiken. Those in attendance should enter the Two Notch Road entrance closest to Audubon Drive. Vehicles must stop for all horses. A light breakfast begins at 8 a.m. This year’s guest speaker is Caton Bredar.

Tickets for Breakfast at the Gallops are $20 each in advance and $25 each at the gate. Space is limited. A portion of the proceeds from the event will support the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum.

Bold Confection (Candy Ride) wins again!

Trained at the Aiken Training track by by Cey Fromer, Bold Confection (Candy Ride) cruises to her third victory from her last four starts in an AOC at Parx today! Prepped and sold by Wynnstay Farm. Congrats to all connections of this talented filly! She has earned over $125,000

FAUDAH wins MSW in her 2nd start

3 year old filly FAUDAH (Honor Code) hit the board in 4th in her first outing and learned from that to win next out. She found room wide and closed fast for the victory racing 6 furlongs at Mahoning Valley. FAUDAH  is owned by Kingsport Farm and is trained by  Pavel Matejka.  She was prepared in Aiken by Cary Frommer.

2 yo LEELOO trained by Cary Frommer takes Aqueduct MSW by 7 3/4

Courtesy of the TDN
5th-Aqueduct, $70,000, (S), Msw, 12-11, 2yo, f, 6f, 1:12.42, sy,
7 3/4 lengths.
LEELOO (f, 2, Practical Joke–Ribbon Cutter, by Elusive Quality)
became the second winner on the program for her freshman
sire (by Into Mischief) and 23rd overall with this romp over a
rain-affected strip. Having gained valuable experience when a
debut fifth over course and distance Nov. 21, the $150,000
Keeneland January acquisition was off at 53-10 from 10-1
morning line and jumped straight into the bridle for Kendrick
Carmouche. Trapped out a bit wide through the early exchanges
Leeloo rolled up to pressure favored firster Celine the Queen
(Union Jackson), claimed that one approaching the quarter pole
and motored away to take it by a wide margin. Ribot’s Valentine
(Point of Entry), off at debut odds of 23-1, completed an exacta
that returned 82-1. Leeloo, whose MGSW/MGISP third dam
Runway Model (Petionville) is the dam of ‘TDN Rising Star’ and
Gainesway sire McKinzie (Street Sense), has yearling and
weanling half-brothers by Union Jackson and his dam visited
that sire again this past breeding season. Sales history: $150,000
Ylg ’20 KEEJAN. Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-0, $38,800
O-Kingsport Farm; B-Sequel Stallions NY & Stonestreet
Thoroughbred Holdings LLC (NY); T-David P Duggan.

WEDGEWOOD rallies to allowance win at Woodbine

WEDGEWOOD (Langfuhr) rallied like a rocket from the back of the field in deep stretch to win going away. He was sprinting 5 furlongs on the turf.  Wedgewood was trained in Aiken by Michael Keogh. He is owned by The Estate of Gustav Schickedanz.  The 6 year old gelding has earned over $200,000.

MISTY’S BANSHEE wires the field to graduate by 5 + lengths

Making her second start, MISTY’S BANSHEE (Golden Lad) wired the field and skipped to a 5 1/4 graduation going a mile on the dirt atLaurel. She is a Hillwood Stables, LLC homebred trained by  Brittany T. Russell. The 3-year-old filly had her start at the Aiken Training Track with Cary Frommer.

Two winners today!

Cary Frommer got both started in Aiken.

The cleverly named RUNAWAY MONET (Paynter) has been on the board in all but one of her MSW starts and today got the job done despite a bump at the start. In fact, she did the job so well, she won by almost 10 lengths. She raced 1 1/16 at Laurel for trainer Rodney Jenkins and owner/breeder Nicewonder Stable.

At Delaware Park, SAILOR’S SALUTE (Midshipman) also broke her maiden. She is trained by Richard J. Hendriks for owner Wendy W. Hendriks and was bred by John R. Penn. Racing 7 1/2 furlongs, she stalked and then cleared for the win.

Aiken Training track grad CITY BOY 3rd in the Vice Regent Stakes

Graded SW CITY BOY (City Zip) added another stakes placing to his page running 3rd  in the Vice Regent Stakes at Woodbine. Sprinting 5 furlongs on the turf, he settled mid pack and then came 3 or 4 wide to land the show position. He is owned by The Estate of Gustav Schickedanz and Donald Howard and was bred by Gustav Schickedanz. He is trained by Mike Keogh.

Starts Firsts Seconds Thirds Earnings
24 3 9 4 $422,200


Liam’s Dove Gets It Done – Wins the DEL MAR JUVENILE FILLIES TURF S

Gary Barber’s Liam’s Dove broke her maiden in her third career start when she hung on by a head to win the $103,000 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf Stakes.

Ridden by Kyle Frey for trainer Peter Miller, Liam’sDove set the pace and had a 2 1/2-length advantage inthe stretch, but Helens Well rallied from last of 11 andcut the margin down to a head at the wire. The Liam’s Map filly ($71.80) completed the mile in 1:36.65 onfirm turf, paying.

Liam’s Dove was bred in Kentucky by Marablue Farm out of the Hawk Wing mare The Dove, whose last
registered foal is a yearling Goldencents filly.

Carry Frommer, agent, purchased Liam’s Dovefor $75,000 out of Taylor Made Sales Agency’s
consignment to the 2020 Fasig-Tipton Selected Yearlings Showcase. Frommer then consigned the filly
to the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Spring Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training, where Miller, acting as agent, bought her for $120,000. With a win and a third in three starts, Liam’s Dove has earned $68,900.

“She fell out of there and I saw that we were all pretty much in a straight line,” said winning rider Kyle Frey. “So, I clucked to her a little bit and got a good spot up front. On the backside I saw her ears go up, and that’s when you know they’re happy. We just went on with it from there and she got it done.”