Twin B Peaches Looks For Third Straight
Jul 14

Ontario owned and bred Twin B Peaches will attempt to extend her winning streak to three at Buffalo Raceway on Sunday in the second New York Sire Stake event of the season for two-year-old pacing fillies.

The first was on July 7 at Vernon Downs when four brackets were run and all of those winners are entered to compete at Buffalo with three of the four winners, Twin B Peaches, Walk From Heaven and Betterthangraduate, all drawing into the fifth race. The other winner, Ubettergo Go, will compete in the second leg, scheduled for the third race on the 11 race card that is set to begin at 12:30 p.m.

Twin B Peaches (Betterthancheddar - Beach Bound) is a perfect 2-for-2 in her young pari-mutuel career including an eye-opening 1:52 victory at Vernon. This $30,000 Harrisburg sale mare is the 3-to-1 morning line choice for Jody Jamieson after drawing the seven post.

Bred by Twinbrook Farms of Embro, Ontario, the talented youngster is owned b Onaroll Stable, Emrbo, Touch Stone Farms, Guelph, Ozzie MacKay and Reg Petitpas of New Brunswick. She is the 14th foal of her dam who has produced Twin B Hollister ($461,000), Twin B Speedo ($415,000), Sea Dragon ($336,000), Twin B Thong ($263,000); etc.

Walk From Heaven (Rock N Roll Heaven-Walk Of Shame) got three three spot and is fresh off a Sire Stakes win in 1:53.2 at Vernon Downs. Brett Miller is slated to steer the 4-to-1 choice.

Betterthangraduate (Betterthancheddar) went 1:55 in her Sire Stakes debut at Vernon and will have the services of Jim Morrill Jr. from the five post. She is a $52,000 purchase last year at Harrisburg and is the third foal from $1.3 million winner Western Graduate.

Others in the division include Silk Reed (John Cummings Jr.), Heavens Diva (Drew Monti), Wisdom Tree (Dan Rawlings) and Princess Dalia (Marcus Miller).

The Sire Stakes will kick off in the second race with seven damsels looking to get into the win column for the first time. There are two high-priced pacers seeking the photo opportunity as Kims The Best, a $50,000 purchase at the Lexington Sales and Checkered Past, a $75,000 buy at the Harrisburg Sales.

They'll start from the one and two posts respectively with Jamieson handling Kims The Best (Betterthancheddar - Kims Caper) and Checkered Past (American Ideal -Character Flaw) having Cummings Jr. in control.

The remainder of the field includes Sand Artist (Marcus Miller), Another Lawsuit (Morrill Jr.), Line Dancer (Brett Miller) and Make Music K (Drew Monti).

Ubettergo Go (Art Major-Ubetterthink) is the 2-to-1 early choice in the other Sire Stakes race, scheduled as the third event on the program. She romped to a four length win in the Sire Stakes at Vernon Downs in 1:53 and will have Jamieson, who posted a four-bagger Wednesday night at Buffalo Raceway, in the sulky. But Ubettergo Go will be facing some stiff and high-priced competition on Sunday.

Classy Chris (Art Major - Rocknroll Wishes) brought $75,000 in the Harrisburg Sales, American Myth garnered $65,000 and Better Speed (Betterthancheddar -Misty Speed) $50,000 at Lexington. Classy Chris will have Morrill Jr. in the bike, American Myth (American Ideal - Mythical) will be steered by Rawlings and Better Speed gets Brett Miller.

Also in the race are The Band K (Monti), Azreal As It Gets (Lems) and Pleasant Beauty (Marcus Miller). There will also be racing in both the Excelsior A and B Series.
(Files, Buffalo)

 














 
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