GRANTVILLE, Pa--Call Paul, bred by Beezie Patterson and Vicky Schowe in Pennsylvania, was impressive in winning the $100,000 Danzig Stakes for 3-year-old Pa-breds at Penn National on June 1.
Patterson and Schowe, with Marshall Silverman as agent, sold Call Paul, by Friesdan Fire out of Anani Force, by Forestry, as a yearling to Grassroots Training & Sales for $20,000, and Grassroots resold him as a 2-year-old for $210,000 to Mike Dubb, his present owner along with David Simon, Bethlehem Stables LLC and Bruce Irom.
Call Paul won the six furlong race by six lengths under a hand ride for his fourth stakes win.
"We were there," said Patterson, who split the Pa-bred breeders award of $11,500 with Schowe.
This was the second Pa-bred breeders award Patterson and Schowe received, having split the $12,000 breeders award when Call Pall won the Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes at Parx last December.
PATTERSON and Schowe still have Call Paul's dam, and she continues to produce for them.
"We sold his 2-year-old half-sister by El Padrino," said Patterson. "Her name in Pink Caddy, and she's at Parx, trained by Randy Allen, and they love her."
"His yearling half-brother by Bullsbay is with Marshall Silverman to be sold this fall," said Patterson. "Avani Force has an Uncle Lino colt by her side, and she's in foal to Tapizar.
After breaking his maiden at Delaware Park last July, Call Paul won the G2 Saratoga Special in August, finished third in the G1 Champagne Stakes at Belmont last October, won the Nursery Stakes in December,, won the G3 Swale Stakes at Gulfstream in February and then finished third in the G3 Bay Shore Stakes at Aqueduct April 6 and second in the Gold Fever Stakes at Belmont on May 12.
MOTION, who trains at Fair Hill, saddled Madaket Stables' Secret Message to win the G2 $175,000 Nassau Stake for Fillies and Mares 3 year olds and up at Woodbine on May 26.
Secret Messge, by Hat Trick out of a Gone West mare, won the 1 mile turf race by 3/4 length .
She raced mid-pack early in the race, was two and three wide through the turn, found a clear path to close steadily and got up late under a drive.
Motion has also trained five allowance winners and two maiden winners recently.
Mercilla won a $42,000 1 1/16 mile allowance turf race at Pimlico by a head on May 23, Malakeh won an $82,000, 1 1/8 allowance at Belmont by a neck on May 24, and Inclusive won a $36,000, 1 mile 70 yards allowance at Delaware Park by 3/4 length on May 24.
Desert Isle won a $36,000, 1 mile 70 yards allowance turf race at Delaware Park by 1/2 length on May 27, and Tibr won a $45,000 allowance optional claiming race at five furlongs on the turf by a nose on May 25.
Motion also saddled Chancetheracer to win a 1 mile, $30,000 Maiden Special Weight by 1/2 length at Presque Isle on May 27, and Closer Look to win a $27,000 1 1/18 mile Maiden Claiming race by 4 3/4 lengths at Laurel on June 1.
Houghton saddled two winners bred by his mother Betsy Houghton at her Sylmar Farm in Christiana.
Amigos Tune, by Orientate out of Mint's Spirit, by Eastern Daydream, who is also owned by Sylmar Farm, won a $30,352, 5 furlong Maiden Special Weight by 2 1/4 lengths at Penn National on May 23.
Tiger Alley, bred by Betsy Houghton and owned by Lee J. Glassberg, won a $19,000 5 1/2 furlong claiming race by a neck at Penn National on June 1.