Summer & Natalma
Jockey Club Derby
Prince of Wales Stakes
Jockey Abel Cedillo celebrates aboard Loud Mouth after winning the Cary Grant Stakes.
The feature race on the fourth Sunday of Del Mar's Bing Crosby Season was the $100,000 Cary Grant Stakes (G3) for Golden State Series eligible California bred or sired older horses sprinting 7 furlongs on the main track. It was cooler than Saturday, with cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid 60's at the seaside oval. After 3 scratches, Galilean was sent off as the 11-10 favorite in the field of 7 off his win in the California Flag Handicap after finishing 5th in the Del Mar Mile Handicap (G2). In to challenge him included 9-4 second choice Take the One O One, 4th in the Awesome Again (G1), and 9-2 third choice El Tigre Terrible, 5th in the Eddie D (G2) after winning the Real Good Deal Stakes.
Loud Mouth (outside) and Take the One O One battle in the stretch
Pgm Horse Jockey Win Place Show 9 Loud Mouth Castillo 28.00 10.60 7.00 3 Take the One O One Valdivia 4.80 3.60 10 Rookie Mistake Gutierrez 6.80 Winning Time: 1:22.34 $1 Exacta 9-3 65.40 $2 Quinella 3-9 40.60 $1 Trifecta 9-3-10 424.50 $1 Superfecta 9-3-10-8 1,206.50
Left: Loud Mouth returns after the race. Winning trainer Steve Knapp said, "I kept experimenting with him to find out what and how far he wanted to run. He got some real questionable rides, several of them, but I knew this horse could run. We went the seven today and worked out and he ran huge. This horse has a big heart and when he gets to the lead or gets close, he runs. And he's got a really nice way of moving. He's a runner and this is a hell of a win."
Right: Loud Mouth in the paddock before the race. Winning jockey Abel Cedillo said, "I could tell they were going fast up front, but I had my eye on the favorite (Galilean). I was tracking him. When he made his move (on the turn), I moved with him. Then I went by him in the straight and went after the leader (Take the One O One). My horse had it and we got him."
Left: Second place finisher Take the One O One in the post parade. The Brian Koriner trainee improved his record to 6 wins, 2 seconds, and 3 thirds in 18 starts, earning $466,326 for owner Jay Emm Ess Stable.
Right: Third place finisher Rookie Mistake in the paddock before the race. The Doug O'Neill trainee improved his record to 3 wins, 3 seconds, and 5 thirds in 16 starts, earning $228,388 for owner-breeder Reddam Racing.
Fourth place finisher and beaten favorite Galilean in the paddock before the race. The John Sadler trainee has a record of 6 wins, 1 second, and 3 thirds in 13 starts, earning $583,098 for owners West Point Thoroughbreds, Denise Barker, William Sandbrook, John Magnier, Michael Tabor, and Derrick Smith.
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