Shelbyville, IN (June 23, 2021) – Majestic Harbor’s first crop 3-year-old fillies Pearl Tiara and Diamond Solitaire finished first and second in the $77,200 Hoosier Breeders Sophomore Stakes going a mile and one-sixteenth at Indiana Downs. Pearl Tiara is the first stakes winner for California’s Leading Second Crop Sire.
Pear Tiara had prepped for today’s outing with a victory over allowance foes three weeks ago over the sprint distance of five and one-half furlongs. Stretching out for the two turns proved to be no problem. The chestnut miss pressed the pace around the clubhouse turn and took the lead before the first half had been completed. Pearl Tiara was joined around the far turn by Diamond Solitaire, who had suffered a wide trip the entire contest, and the two cropmates left the rest in their wake. The latter gave it her all, but it was the former’s day. Pearl Tiara found another gear and drew away to a commanding victory by nearly nine lengths. Diamond Solitaire was by far the best of the rest as it was another eleven lengths back to the third place finisher.
Pearl Tiara has now won or placed in six of her nine career outings and she has earned $120,314. She races for Loren Hebel-Osborne, Carol W. Osborne, David Osborne, Claudia Pirman, Fred Priman, and Dan Ison and she is trained by Tim Glyshaw. Produced by the winning Mineshaft mare, Pearl Pendant, she was bred by Loren Hebel-Osborne, Carol W. Osborne, and David Osborne.
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