Royal ‘n Rando Dominates Pleasanton Allowance

Pleasanton, CA (July 1, 2022) – Royal ‘n Rando, who was second last time out in the Snow Chief Stakes at Santa Anita, romped to a dominant win in the 5th race at Pleasanton, a mile and seventy yard allowance.

Allowed to settle, but not too far back, the 3-year-old son of California’s Leading Third Crop Sire Tamarando, made his move with a rail skimming trip around the final turn. He took the lead and race was over. He galloped away the length of the stretch to come home nearly ten lengths best in a stellar performance.

Royal ‘n Rando has had a busy 2022 and he is only getting better. In nine starts this season for owner/breeders Larry and Marianne Williams, he has five wins, two seconds and a third. Overall, he has won or placed in nine of his thirteen starts and he has earned $157,628. Trained by Steven Specht, he is out of the Grand Slam mare, Royal Grand Slam.