Turf Paradise

April 15.

Another repeat winner for leading Canadian sire Wilko.

Coltons First,  a 3yr old gelding, makes it two wins in a row with an easy 3 1/2 length victory.  From 5 starts in 2014 Coltons First now sports a 2-2-0 record for Alberta owner/trainer Dale Greenwood.

Pimlico

April 12.

New Zone, a three year old Multiple Stakes Placed winning Wilko filly, wins her second race of the year.  Winning by  3 3/4 length’s, New Zone improves her 2014 record to 2-1-2 from 6 starts and earnings for the year of $77,960.  Careeer earnings now $186,290.

Highfield

March 9.

A Wilko x Winners Reward, chestnut colt.  Owned by Rocky Ridge Farm (Richard and Annie Luft) of Kathryn AB.  Mare is re-booked to Wilko.

Highfield

April 5.

The weather turns warm, the sun shines and three mares decide to foal.

A Wilko x Five Star Stella chestnut filly, for Richard and Annie Lufts’ Rocky Ridge Farm, starts the day off right.

Next up is a Schramsberg x Minimus chestnut filly, for Red Diamond Stables Don Danard, and Don and Brenda Knight.  Minimus is a Multiple Stakes Winner of $187,960, and  is booked to Cape Canaveral.

Finishing up the day is an Old Fashioned x Maegans Princess chestnut filly, for Darrell and Curtis Landry.  Maegans Princess is a Multiple Stakes Placed Winner of $113,353, and is also booked to Cape Canaveral.

 

Highfield

April 3.

An Any Given Saturday – Golden Made colt.  A half brother to Multiple Stakes winner  and Champion Tell Me Lies,  Stakes Winner Golden Cup, Stakes Placed Winner’s No Walkin’ Joe and Charterhill.  Golden Made is also the dam of the high selling yearling in the 2013 CTHS (Ab. Div Yearling Sale ).

Highfield

March 30.

A Chestnut colt by Wilko x Saints Echo (Captain Bodgit).  Owned by Byron and Rose Kluth of Shelby Montana.  The mare is re-booked to Cape Canaveral.

Laurel Park

March 29.

New Zone, a 3 yr. old Wilko filly, wires a field of Optional $50,000 claiming fillies by 4 1/2 lengths.  Multiple Stakes Placed, New Zone improves her record to 5-4-4 from just 17 lifetime starts and career earnings of $162,350.

Sir Shackleton Stakes

March 29.

Happy My Way, a 4yr old Wilko gelding, makes every pole a winning one in the 6 1/2 furlong $100,000 Sir Shackleton Stakes at Gulfstream Park.

In front by 4 at the top of the stretch, Happy My Way opens up to win by 5 3/4 lengths in the very good time of 1:14.3, one tick off the track record.  His record now improves to 5-4-4 from 17 lifetime starts and earnings of $162,350.