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“Quick-Look” at the top 10 “Money-Winners” in all categories!

Money,Money,Money,Money!

Here is our “weekly” quick-look at the top 10 leading money winners across all of “North American Thoroughbred Horse Racing”! for Horses, Jockeys, Owners and Trainers!

See where your favorites are now on the “money-trail” this year!

Earnings through April 24,

 

Horses

     

Starts

1st

2nd

3rd

Earnings

1.

 

Dialed In

3

2

1

0

$850,406

2.

 

Archarcharch

4

2

0

1

$785,000

3.

 

Toby’s Corner

4

3

0

1

$702,100

4.

 

Duke of Mischief

3

1

1

0

$691,000

5.

 

Game On Dude

3

2

1

0

$677,400

6.

 

Midnight-Interlude

4

2

1

1

$649,680

7.

 

Pants On Fire

4

1

1

1

$629,500

8.

 

Tackleberry

5

3

0

0

$598,000

9.

 

Brilliant Speed

3

1

2

0

$490,000

10.

 

Nehro

4

1

2

0

$422,920

Jockeys

     

Starts

1st

2nd

3rd

Earnings

1.

 

Joel Rosario

398

91

74

59

$5,133,143

2.

 

Ramon A. Dominguez

401

119

75

68

$4,727,688

3.

 

Rafael Bejarano

347

73

60

64

$4,072,026

4.

 

Julien R. Leparoux

428

63

63

56

$3,911,360

5.

 

John R. Velazquez

384

77

57

55

$3,885,850

6.

 

Rosie Napravnik

420

90

65

68

$3,387,777

7.

 

Javier Castellano

407

73

71

52

$3,379,012

8.

 

Garrett K. Gomez

254

45

37

36

$3,278,455

9.

 

Victor Espinoza

261

38

36

34

$2,737,249

10.

 

Shaun Bridgmohan

326

73

44

49

$2,670,624

Owners

     

Starts

1st

2nd

3rd

Earnings

1.

 

Zayat Stables, LLC

77

17

12

8

$1,303,733

2.

 

Midwest Thorough-breds Inc.

306

81

52

33

$1,224,068

3.

 

Hall, George and Lori

68

13

10

7

$1,211,963

4.

 

Arnold-Zetcher LLC

24

6

7

6

$1,071,440

5.

 

Robert V. LaPenta

25

8

3

3

$1,051,740

6.

 

Live Oak-Plantation

54

10

8

10

$966,145

7.

 

Ramsey, Kenneth L-. & Sarah K.

163

40

29

13

$925,624

8.

 

Heiligbrodt Racing Stable

211

38

32

36

$920,392

9.

 

Darley Stable

90

18

11

14

$919,014

10.

 

Repole Stable

89

17

14

11

$883,940

Trainers

     

Starts

1st

2nd

3rd

Earnings

1.

 

Todd A. Pletcher

338

96

56

46

$5,282,858

2.

 

Steven M. Asmussen

499

104

84

79

$4,193,209

3.

 

Bob Baffert

158

45

32

18

$4,134,410

4.

 

H. Graham Motion

138

28

26

22

$2,355,760

5.

 

Jerry Hollendorfer

387

80

82

71

$2,174,072

6.

 

John W. Sadler

163

34

24

27

$2,099,153

7.

 

W. Bret Calhoun

283

57

38

49

$1,877,272

8.

 

Nicholas P. Zito

155

22

20

15

$1,739,938

9.

 

David Fawkes

141

21

23

15

$1,593,060

10.

 

Michael J. Maker

258

59

47

28

$1,550,551

 to see all money winners this year click “leaders” under our “Racing Information” tab above!

“Jaycito” Withdrawn From Derby Consideration | BloodHorse.com

Jaycito out of Derby consideration!

Jaycito Withdrawn From Derby Consideration BloodHorse.com

So strike “Jaycito” (seen here) from this year’s Derby contenders and add “Santiva”!

Thanks much to our brothers at “Bloodhorse” for this breaking story!

“Adios Charlie” said goodbye to GII “Jerome Stakes” field!

As if the derby prep season didn’t have enough twists and turns to it already this year, the GII Jerome Stakes, for 3yo’s only, going just a mile over a very soggy Aqueduct surface, for $150k, was won by an unlikely and lightly raced 3yo named Adios Charlie (seen here)!

Coming 2nd was a very gamely, closing Astrology, 3rd to a tiring Justin Phillips who looked home free at the 1/8 pole and your super was filled out by Rattlesnake Bridge with no more than 3 lengths separating the lot of them!

Justin Phillips, Cal Nation and Adios Charlie battled for the lead all the way around this slop-fest here today and it looked like Adios Charlie was about to say goodbye to his rival as he fell back a bit but he then found more in deep-stretch to retake the lead from a weary Justin Phillips. Astrology came late as did Rattlesnake Bridge! Cal Nation, a co-favorite hung tough for the first 1/2 mile but faded to last today!

Some Take Aways,

  1. The slop here today made everyone look bad, so chuck this race from any future handicapping!
  2. Adios Charlie now gets invited to any 3yo, middle-distance, G/S outing he’d care to RSVP to.
  3. Astrology is still most probably off to Pimlico on May the 21st as this effort in the mud will only help him there!
  4. Justin Phillips and Rattlesnake Bridge might find themselves in the same race next time out and maybe a Preakness run too!
  5. Cal Nation’s was just a victim of this very bad Aqueduct surface today, so toss this effort!

So how did we do here today? Well, if you put the 6/1 Adios Charlie into all of your handicapping efforts and not just supers as we’d said, you should have cleaned-up here in all the payouts today! But we just through the $14.60 win cash into our ever-growing derby pot!

So Aqueduct closes it’s doors to another winter/spring meet today as we’ll look forward now to Friday’s opening of Belmont Park for live racing, as they ready for the final leg of the 2011 “Triple Crown” trail!

See race replay below!