Harris Farms’ Filly Wins Santa Anita MSW

Arcadia, CA (October 24, 2020) – Nu Pi Lambda tracked the pace early and came running late to earn her maiden special weight diploma in the 4th race at Santa Anita going five and one-half furlongs on the turf.

The Harris Farms’ owned daughter of City Zip was quick early, but let a trio of others go on to dispute the early lead. She came four wide into the stretch, poked her head in front with a furlong to run and was drawing away to win by one length as they hit the wire.

Bred in Kentucky by Hinkle Farm, she is out of the winning Speightstown mare, Giulio’s Jewel. She is trained by Carla Gaines.

Harris Farms Consigned Colt Sells for $75,000 at Fasig-Tipton

Cypress, CA, (October 19, 2020) – Hip 248, a bay colt by Clubhouse Ride out of the multiple stakes winning and stakes producing Roman Dancer mare, Camille C, from the Harris Farms’ consignment sold for $75,000 dollars at the 2020 Fasig-Tipton California Fall Yearlings Sale held at Los Alamitos Race Course.

The colt is a half-brother to three winners from three to race from the mare, including the stakes winner Muncey and recent Del Mar maiden winner Needless to Say. He is from the immediate family of multiple stakes winners Paris Opera and Shut Up and Dance.

He was purchased by Royalty Stables. We wish them and all the other purchasers from our consignment the best of racing luck.

Manuelito Fourth Winner for California Leading Freshman Sire Majestic Harbor

Shelbyville, IN (October 19, 2020) – Manuelito, who missed breaking his maiden in his debut by a half-length, went one better today and became the fourth winner for California’s Leading Freshman Sire Majestic Harbor.

First time out, Manuelito ran over the main track surface rated fast at Indiana Grande. Today, that same surface was rated sloppy (sealed) as ten juveniles lined up for the 7th race, a maiden special weight going five and one-half furlongs. Breaking from the outside post, he tracked the leaders from fourth down the backstretch. The quartet were all in the hunt coming off the turn and Manuelito was floated widest of all. He closed willingly, took over inside the final furlong and kept going to win by one length.

To watch the race courtesy of Indiana Grande and Trakus©, CLICK HERE

Manuelito was bred in Indiana by Dawn Martin and he was produced by the Baltimore Bob mare, Harper’s Dream. Trained by John Haran, he races for Haran Thoroughbreds LLC.

Golden Gate Feature Goes to Heck Yeah

Albany, CA (October 17, 2020) – Heck Yeah, the 5-year-old son of Acclamation, was much the best in the feature race at Golden Gate, a one mile allowance over the all weather course.

Heck Yeah was ready to race from the break. He engaged in a pace duel around the first turn and down the backstretch. The two opened up a clear lead over the rest of the field. He put away his pace partner on the final turn and was five lengths clear by midstretch. Kept to his business, he cruised in to a three and one-half length victory.

Heck Yeah has five victories in his career and he has earned $335,769 for the partnership of Robert Baedeker, Constance Ann Pageler and Michael Sigband. The multiple stakes winner was bred in California by Michael Pageler and he is out of the winning Maria’s Mon mare, Lutess.

Smiling Tiger 2YO Debuts a Winner

Albany, CA (October 17, 2020) – There is always added excitement when a 2-year-old wins first time out. Smiling Tiger son Rocktillyoudrop has given his connections that thrill with his victory in the 7th race at Golden Gate.

Eight juveniles lined up for the five and one-half furlong contest over the all weather. Rocktillyoudrop was third out of the gate, but the lead was his quickly thereafter. He faced and overcame a challenge around the turn and opened up by three with just over a furlong to run. He was expectedly tired, but he did not fold late. He held on with racehorse grit to win by a half-length.

Rocktillyoudrop is trained by William Delia, who owns and bred the colt in partnership with Patty Wall. He was produced by the winning Northern Devil mare, Red Hot Rocket.

Harris Farms Fasig-Tipton Yearling Consignment Walking Videos

Coalinga, CA (October 12, 2020) -Among the yearlings consigned by Harris Farms and Harris Farms, Agent at the 2020 Fasig-Tipton California Fall Yearlings Sale to be held on October 19 at Los Alamitos Race Course, Cypress, CA, are these four individuals (including their catalog page).


Hip 248 bay colt by Clubhouse Ride – Camille C, by Roman Dancer

Hip 289 chestnut filly by Clubhouse Ride – Fall Fashion, by Forestry


Hip 58 bay filly by Flintshire (GB) – Magic School, by In Excess (IRE)

Hip 187 chestnut colt by Lookin at Lucky – Tiz Elemental, by Cee’s Tizzy

Third Winner for Majestic Harbor

Shelbyville, IN (October 12, 2020) – Pearl Tiara became the third winner for California’s Leading Freshman Sire Majestic Harbor with her runaway victory in the 8th race at Indiana Grand, a maiden special weight going five and one-half furlongs over the fast main track.

A full field of twelve juvenile fillies lined up and there was no shortage of lead seekers after the gate opened. Pearl Tiara was among the group and was urged to move between horses down the backstretch to take the lead. She cleared the field midway around the turn and never looked back. She galloped away and was a little green drifting out, but it mattered not as there was an eight length gap back to the second place finisher at the wire.

To watch video of the race, courtesy of Indiana Grande and TRAKUS© CLICK HERE

Pearl Tiara races for her breeders, David W. Osborne, Loren C. Hebel-Osborne and Carol W. Hebel in partnership with Claudia Priman, Fred Osborn and Dan Ison. She was produced by the winning Mineshaft mare, Pearl Pendant.

On Mars Lands in Santa Anita Winner’s Circle

Arcadia, CA (October 11, 2020) – Vronsky filly On Mars continues to add to her consistent racing resume. She opened the day’s card at Santa Anita winning for the second time in her last three starts in the $57,000 allowance over the firm turf course.

Relishing the nine furlongs, the early part of her trip did not go smoothly. She lost a fair amount of ground while five-wide around the first turn. With little pace in front of her, jockey Mike Smith guided her to the front down the backstretch. The race was over at that point. She opened up her lead around the final turn and was never challenged to the wire. She won more easily than the official three and one-half length margin would indicate.

On Mars races for her breeder, Ed Bernstein, in partnership with Old Bones Racing Stable, LLC. Trained by Phil D’Amato, she was produced by the winning Cyclotron mare, Elana Mar. She has won or placed in seven of her eight career starts and she has earned $115,500.

Uptown Rythem Sires First Winner

ALBANY, Calif. (Oct. 4, 2020) – California stallion Uptown Rythem was represented by his first winner on Sunday when Le Majestic won the fourth race at Golden Gate, a maiden special weight for 2-year-olds going five and one-half furlongs over the all weather.

Le Majestic broke sharply in his racing debut and engaged in a pace battle with an outside foe. That rival gave way midway around the turn and he kept on going, keeping the closers at bay and winning by two lengths. Final time was 1:04.30.

Bred in California by C-Punch Ranch, the chestnut colt was produced by the stakes winning Volksraad mare Pams Pompallier. He races for Irvin Racing Stable and is trained by Greg James.

Uptown Rythem, a winning son of Speightstown, stands privately at Harris Farms.

Perfectionistic Begins His Career Perfectly

Arcadia, CA (October 2, 2020) – Perfectionistic has a career record befitting of his name as he debuted a winner in the opener on the Santa Anita card, a five and one-half furlong maiden special weight over the firm turf course.

The 3-year-old Vronsky colt lined up with eight others chasing the winner’s share of the $57,000 purse. He broke well from the gate, which sits on the dirt portion of the course. He lost some ground when the field entered the turf course, but jockey Tyler Baze did not panic. He kept Perfectionistic in the clear on the outside down the backstretch. He asked him to close midway around the turn and Perfectionistic responded. Going well out into the five or six path coming off the turn, he drew closer with every stride. He put his head in front in the final strides to win by a neck in a very game effort. Final time was 1:02.98.

Perfectionistic was bred in California by Old English Rancho and he races for the partnership of The Elwood Johnston Trust, Ashley Hilvers, Mary Hilvers, and Ken Tevelde. Produced by the Poteen mare, Seasontoperfection, he is trained by Phil D’Amato.