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Sunday, July 03, 2022

Hendriks, Houghton, Motion, Matz, Jenkins and Dickinson have winners

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--Ricky Hendriks saddled Be the Boss to win a $32,040 Maiden Special Weight at Presque Isle on June 6.

Wendy Hendriks at RadnorWendy Hendriks at RadnorBe the Boss runs in the name of Debra Kachel but is actually owned by Kachel and Ricky and Wendy Hendriks.

"I bought him at the Timonium December mixed sale," said Wendy. "He was owned by Kurt Weikopf. He said he named the horse after his wife. I thought that was amusing. We ran him at Penn National in January, and he was second, then we ran him at Parx in late January. The track was deep, and he didn't like it and  ran badly."

"We took him home and gelded him," said Wendy. Ricky has his barn in Unionville. "Then we ran him at Belmont in May ,and he was third, and the he won at Presque Isle. He's running back in an allowance optional claiming on the turf at Delaware Park on Thursday."

Be the Boss was bought from the consignment on Marshall Silverman for $38,000.

BERNIE HOUGHTON had two winners at Penn National, including a $28,000 Allowance winner in Kilimanjaro, owned by Theresa Rooney Meis.

Kilimanjaro ran third early , was four wide on the turn and went on to win by a head in the 6 furlong race on May 26.

Lil Bear Saloon, bred by Betsy Houghton and owned by Douglas Gibson, won a $13,600.1 1/16 mile Claiming race by 7 1/2 lengths on May 21.

 

GRAHAM MOTION also saddled two winners in late May.

Crackin Mischief, owned by Runnymeade Farm, Peter Callahan and Andrew Stone won a $32,000, 1 mile Maiden Special Weight at Presque Isle by 1 1/4 lengths on May 25.

Hardspun Reason, a homebred owned by Sycamore Hall Thoroughbreds won a $43,980 , 1 1/16 mile Maiden Claiming race by 4 1/2 lengths at Pimlico on May 26.

RODNEY JENKINS saddled Nicewonder Stable's homebred Runaway Monet to win a $34,900, 1 1/16 mile Allowance race by 3/4 length at Charles Town on May 27.

MICHAEL DICKINSON saddled GoldMark Farm and Arthur Applegate's Belle Belisa to win a $49,200, 1 mile Allowance race on the turf by 6 1/4 lengths at Laurel on June 5.

MICHAEL MATZ saddled Elbashir Salem Elhari's Dumi Knife to win a $40,000, 6 furlong Maiden Special Weight race by 2 3/4 lengths on June 10.

 

 

 

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