Golden Gate Allowance Victory for Code Ribbon

Albany, CA (December 2, 2022) – Code Ribbon, the 3-year-old daughter of Desert Code is such a model of consistency. In thirteen career starts, she has finished in the top three twelve times. Her latest effort earned a visit today to the Golden Gate Fields winner’s circle after the 5th race.

Desert Code spotted the leaders a six length head start after the opening half-mile of the six furlong allowance. Asked to circle the field around the final turn by jockey Catalino Martinez, the gray filly responded. Coming widest of all, she gallantly closed, caught the leader and went on to win by a half-length.

Code Ribbon races for Michael Pollowitz and she is trained by Jacqui Navarre. She has earned $150,583. Bred by Seamist Racing, she was produced by the 10-time winning Grand Reward mare, Jumanah.

Cali Conquest Latest Winner for Freshman Sire Conquest Farenheit

Albany, CA (November 27, 2022) – Cali Conquest is the newest maiden winner for Freshman Sire Conquest Farenheit. The 2-year-old gelding found the wire when in counted most to take the 3rd race at Golden Gate Fields going one mile over the firm turf course.

Settling into a ground saving trip in third around the first turn and down the backstretch, Cali Conquest moved to the outside for the final quarter mile. The leader had opened up at the top of the stretch, but Cali Conquest would not be denied. Closing with every stride, he got up in the last jump to win by a nose.

Cali Conquest is a homebred racing for Rockingham Ranch and he is trained by Jonathan Wong. Foaled at Harris Farms, he was produced by the Two Step Salsa mare Salsita, who scored ten victories in her racing career.

Loud Loud Music Scores by Eighteen Lengths at Santa Anita

Arcadia, CA (November 6, 2022) – In recent weeks, we in racing heard a lot of a two-turn race on the dirt, won in a dazzling performance not soon forgotten, by over eighteen length in a canter. Today at Santa Anita, the 5-year-old mare Loud Loud Music stepped onto the main track at Santa Anita in the 6th race and while she is not Flightline, she turned in no less a visual masterpiece with a similar, eighteen-plus length victory.

Loud Loud Music is a daughter of Tizbud, the stakes-winning full brother to champion Tiznow, who spent his stud career in the stallion barn at Harris Farms. He sired millionaire Soi Phet and G1-winner Tiz Flirtatious among his many black-type winners.

Loud Loud Music is a part of the larger populations of Thoroughbreds who fill the majority of cards of all the racetracks across the country. A blue collar worker plying her trade. Known to the local punters and horsemen, but by few others.

Her racing career by all accounts has been successful. Seventeen starts with five wins, a second and three thirds. She has moved up and down the ladder of allowance and claiming starts, earning $165,682. As you see in the video below, the chart call of never asked could not have been more apt. A stunning performance as eye-catching as any champion. She took the field wire-to-wire under apprentice Abdul Alsadoor, in what Frank Miramadi deemed likely the largest winning margin of the meeting.

Loud Loud Music was bred by Nick Alexander. She was produced by the Bernstein mare, Your Cheatin Heart. She made her start for owners Biggleague Racing LLC and trainer George Papaprodromou. She will be changing barns as she was claimed by owner Brian Godon and trainer Val Brinkerhoff.

Acclimate Finding His Stride In Retirement

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He would stand stock still, like a soldier at attention, as owners came by to inspect and admire his form.

Trainer Phil D’Amato would say, “Acclimate is what you want to see when you go to the sales.”

The muscular bay, well conformed with solid legs and hooves to match is every owner’s dream. With over $750,000 in earnings, the 8-year-old stalwart is every trainer’s dream too.

“Acclimate is such a cool horse to be around. He just knew his job,” reflected his D’Amato.

There was no ticker tape parade or hero’s welcome as he journeyed to the winner’s circle on March 20, but Acclimate (Acclamation) was barely blowing and stood with eyes glowing and ears pricked to have his photo taken one last time. He had just gone gate-to-wire with nary a challenge to win the Grade 3 1 ½ mile San Luis Rey Stakes by a half-length over Dicey Mo Chara. While he may not have a retirement ceremony befitting a horse of his statue, Acclimate’s story is far from over.

Dr. Courtney Stammerjohan, the resident veterinarian at Harris Farms where Acclimate was foaled in 2014 remembered him.

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Tamarando Son Passarando Wins $175,000 Golden State Juvenile

Passarando sweeping to victory in the $175,000 Golden Stake Juvenile Stakes                                                                   Benoit Photo

Courtesy of Santa Anita ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 29, 2022)—Patiently handled by Umberto Rispoli, Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams’ homebred Passarando swung out for racing room turning for home and collared heavily favored Giver Not a Taker in deep stretch to win Saturday’s $175,000 Golden State Juvenile going away by a length. Trained by Steve Specht, Passarando, a 2-year-old gelding by Tamarando, got seven panels in 1:24.18.

Into the bridle while in behind a group of three dueling leaders around the far turn, Passarando, who was ridden for the first time by Rispoli, angled three-deep at the top of the lane and proved best at 11-1.

A 2 ½ length open allowance winner going 5 ½ furlongs on synthetic Tapeta at Golden Gate Fields Sept. 9, Passarando was a considerable overlay off of his morning line of 4-1 and paid $24.40, $5.60 and $3.40.

Out of the Lucky Pulpit mare I’m Passing Ya Now, Passarando picked up $105,000 for the win, increasing his earnings to $160,830. In notching his first stakes win, Passarando improved his overall mark to 5-3-1-0.

Off at 2-5 under Jose Valdivia, Jr., Giver Not a Taker was second best on the day, finishing 4 ¼ lengths in front of Mystic Flyer while returning $2.20 and $2.10.

Ridden by Juan Hernandez, Mystic Flyer sat a close second to the head of the stretch and lacked the necessary rally. Off at 6-1 he paid $3.00 to show while finishing 4 ¾ lengths in front of Merit Song.

Fractions on the race were 22.49, 45.77 and 1:10.90.

Harris Farms’ Homebred Quickly Park It Romps in Pike Place Dancer S.

Albany, CA (October 29, 2022) – Making her stakes debut, Harris Farms’ homebred Quickly Park It came home the decisive winner in the $75,900 Pike Place Dancer Stakes going one mile over the firm turf course at Golden Gate Fields.

Quickly Park It began her career with a fourth place finish at Del Mar and she earned her maiden special weight diploma in her second start at the seaside oval. Sent north for today’s added money event, she proved more than up to the task. Trailing the field for the first half-mile, jockey William Antongeorgi asked her to pick it up and she responded. Finding a rail run around the final turn she moved from last to second and took aim at the leader at the top of the stretch. Switched outside, she flew past the leader with little encouragement and drew away in hand to win by six lengths in an eye-catching performance.

Quickly Park it is a third generation Harris Farms homebred. She is by Prospect Park out of the winning Lucky J. H. mare, Quick Luck. She is trained by Sean McCarthy

Third Win in 2022 for Smiling Tiger’s Funkenstein

Arcadia, CA (October 16, 2022) – Funkenstein, the 4-year-old son of Smiling Tiger, scored his third victory of 2022 in the 2nd race at Santa Anita, a $63,000 allowance going one mile over the fast main track.

The bay gelding drew the outside post and was widest off all around the first turn. In the second flight down the backstretch, he found himself between rivals around the final turn. Fanned out to the five path for the drive, he switched leads at the top of the stretch and overpowered the rest with his closing drive. He took over inside the final furlong and opened up to win by two and one-quarter lengths.

Funkenstein races for JKX Racing and he is trained by Craig Dollace. An earner of $141,420, he was bred by Tommy Huttons Dream Stable. He was produced by the winning Rockport Harbor mare, Sheaparoux.

Harris Farms Consignment for Fasig-Tipton California Fall Yearling Sale

Harris Farms is proud to consign the following yearlings to the 2022 Fasig-Tipton California Fall Yearling and Horses of Racing Age Sale on September 27 in Pomona, CA beginning at 11am.


Hip 30 Alan’s Conquest, Chestnut Colt by Conquest Farenheit-Stellar Sue, by Carpe Diem.  Walking Video

Hip 36 Chestnut Filly by Accelerate-Tahitian Lagoon, by Unusual Heat.  Walking Video

Hip 162 Bay Colt by Runhappy-Glaslyn, by Forestry.

Hip 175 Bay Colt by Om-Honey Bunch, by Cherokee Run.  Walking Video

Hip 185 Bay Filly by Frosted-Jellicle (IRE), by Successful Appeal.

Hip 207 Bay Colt by Om-Love A Honeybadger, by Bushwacker.  Walking Video

Hip 216  Chestnut Filly by Smiling Tiger-Magic School, by In Excess (IRE).  Walking Video

Hip 229  Bay Filly by Smiling Tiger-Money Plays, by Mr. Greeley.  Walking Video


Hip 79 Talent for Gold, Bay Filly by Goldencents-Aptiseno, by Aptitude.  Walking Video


Hip 116 Into a Tizzy, Dark Bay Colt by Goldencents-Capstone Lady, by Paynter.  Walking Video


Hip 137 The Scent, Dark Bay Colt by Enticed-Copperopolis, by Speightstown.


Hip 43 Teresa’s Conquest, Bay Filly by Conquest Farenheit-Te Amo Mamo, by Biondetti

Hip 226 Bay Filly by Conquest Farenheit-Missmachupicchu, by Goldencents.

Hip 227 Bay Filly by Conquest Farenheit-Miss Thirtyfour D, by Bertrando.  Walking Video

Rousing Sermon Filly Blows By Her Rivals at Golden Gate

Albany, CA (September 26, 2022) – Always Seeking and jockey William Antongeorgi III had to exercise more than a little patience to win the 4th race at Golden Gate Fields, a $40,300 allowance going five and one-half furlongs over the all weather.

The 3-year-old daughter of Rousing Sermon was away cleanly and settled on the inside three lengths off the pace down the backstretch. Drawing closer around the turn, a wall of four runners lined-up for the lead at the top of the stretch and Always Seeking was stuck behind it. The moveable targets were past the eighth pole before a passage opened up. When asked, she responded with a strong turn of of foot to fly past them and open up by a length and one-quarter at the wire.

Consistent to a fault in her young career, the third generation homebred has won or placed in five of her six starts for the racing and breeding operation of Larry and Marianne Williams. She was produced by the winning Unusual Heat mare, Heat Striker.

Harris Homebred Earns MSW Victory

Cypress, CA (September 17, 2022) – Glorious Spring, our 3-year-old homebred filly, finished the second start of her career with a visit to the winner’s circle after the 2nd race at Los Alamitos, a six furlong maiden special weight.

Off a step slowly, Glorious Spring was a half-dozen lengths off the pace, down the backstretch and around the turn. She found her best stride through the stretch, flying down the outside to catch the leaders inside the final furlong. She proved best on this day, opening up to win by a length and one-quarter.

Trained by Dan Blacker, she is by Grazen out of the winning Candy Ride (ARG) mare, Maziette.