Harris Farms Connected Gold Rush Entrants

Surfcup who is by Unusual Heat, out of the Runaway Groom mare Omi Princess, was bred by owner Donald Dizney and is trained by Bob Baffert. He has two wins in five starts, earnings of $110,800 and is coming off a fourth in the Mar. 30 Echo Eddie.

Also running is Nina’s Dragon by Tizbud, out of the Synastry mare Just Lookn, was bred by Dave Currie, is owned by Nina Bai Yuhong and Currie and is trained by Lloyd Mason. He has one win in five starts, earnings of $69,690 with a second in the G3 El Camino Real Derby and is coming off a 12th in the Mar. 30 Louisiana Derby.

Also Heat Streaker who is by Heatseeker, out of the Rubiano mare Hazen. He was bred by owner Nick Alexander and is trained by Steven Miyadi. He has one win in three starts, earnings of $32,292 and is coming off a maiden win Mar. 6.

Competing in the $250,000 Melair Stakes for 3-year-old fillies is Unusual Way, she is by Unusual Heat, out of the Great Above mare Way Up, was bred by Thomas Bachman, is owned by Edward Brown and Philip Lebherz and is trained by Jeff Bonde. The $65,000 Barretts purchase has three wins in eight starts, earnings of $284,610 and is coming off a second in the Mar. 24 Sunland Park Oaks.

Competing in the $125,000 Tiznow Stakes are three Harris connected horses: John Scott who is by Bertrando, out of the Deputy Minister mare Henlopen, was bred by Harris Farms and Scott Gross, is owned by Harris Farms and trained by Carla Gaines. He has six wins in 12 starts, earnings of $460,304 and is coming off a win in the Jan. 26 Crystal Water.

Holladay Road who is also in the $125,000 Tiznow Stakes was foaled and raised at Harris Farms and is by  Street Cry, out of the Great Commotion mare Blending Element. He was bred by Williamson Racing and is owned by Gary and Wendy Broad and is trained by Julio Canani. He has seven wins in 19 starts, earnings of $355,252 and is making his first start since a sixth in the Oct. 13 Lava Man California Cup Classic.

Also in the $125,000 Tiznow Stakes is He Be Fire N Ice who is by Unusual Heat, out of the Deputy Commander mare Deputy Tombe, was bred by St. George’s Farm, is owned by Cicero Farms and trained by John Sadler. The $28,000 Barretts purchase has two wins in eight starts, earnings of $90,000 and is coming off an Apr. 5 optional claimer win.