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Noble Drama Ekes Out Victory in The Name’s Jimmy

May 22, 2021
Caribou Club Returns a Winner in Sunny Isles  
$350,000 Guaranteed Pool in Sunday’s Rainbow 6  

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Harold Queen’s Noble Drama made a triumphant return from a four-month layoff, closing from last to eke out a victory in Saturday’s $60,000 The Name’s Jimmy Handicap at Gulfstream Park.

Out of a half-sister to 2010 Eclipse Award-winning sprinter Big Drama and full sister to multiple Grade 1 winner Sheer Drama, Noble Drama showed his class while rallying off a pedestrian early pace to prevail by a nose over Glory of Florida in the mile overnight handicap for 3-year-olds and up.

“He gives you 150 percent every time,” said trainer David Fawkes, who conditioned Big Drama and Sheer Drama, both Queen homebreds.

Unraced since finishing second in the Jan. 16 Sunshine Classic at Gulfstream, the homebred 6-year-old gelding dropped back to trail the six-horse field as Pro Quality showed the way during a first quarter of a mile in 24.59 seconds on his way to half-mile in 47.85. Emisael Jaramillo asked Noble Drama for some run leaving the backstretch and the son of Gone Astray responded with a four-wide rally to enter contention at the top of the stretch. The Florida-bred veteran kicked in through the stretch to narrowly prevail over a rail-rallying Glory of Florida.

“Emisael said it took him a little time to get him moving, but where he was sitting going into the turn, I was comfortable, although he did have to go four wide,” Fawkes said. “I wasn’t so comfortable right there [at the finish line].”

Noble Drama, the 6-5 favorite who carried highweight of 122 pounds, ran a mile in 1:36.39 to claim his sixth career stakes victory and boost is career bankroll over $700,000.

“Look at the weight he’s gained. We gave him three months off, brought him in and breezed him four times, and he won,” Fawkes said. “He’s such a neat horse.”

Glory of Florida, who was ridden by Samy Camacho, finished a neck in front of pacesetter Pro Quality and jockey Miguel Vasquez.

Caribou Club Returns a Winner in Sunny Isles   

Glen Hill Farm’s Caribou Club, comin off a year layoff, drove to the lead down the stretch to win Saturday’s $60,000 Sunny Isles over Harry’s Ontheloose. Tiger Blood was third.

Winner of the 2019 Baltimore-Washington International Turf (G3) in 2019, Caribou Club, a 7-year-old gelding by City Zip trained by Thomas Proctor and ridden by Edwin Gonzalez, covered a firm five-furlong turf course in :55.01.

Caribou Club, who raced only three times in 2020, has now won 10 of 26 starts on the turf.

Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Pool Guarantee $350,000

The jackpot pool in Sunday’s Rainbow 6 will be guaranteed at $350,000.

Sunday’s sequence will begin with the sixth race, a 7 ½ furlong turf race for maiden claimers 3-year-olds and up. The sequence will also include the return of 2019 Florida Sire Stakes champion Chance It. There will be four turf races in the Rainbow 6.

The jackpot pool is only paid out when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no unique ticket, 70 percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.

NOTE: Saturday’s 10th race, a $48,0000 allowance optional claimer, was won by Arindel’s homebred Sonar. The 4-year-old daughter of Brethren went off 9-1 before drawing off to a two-length victory while covering seven furlongs in 1:23.30. Graded stakes winner Tonalist’s Shape, making her first start in seven months, broke last and was never a factor finishing fifth. Saguaro Row, fifth in the Ruffian (G2) last out, tired after setting the pace and checked in seventh…The $75,000 Musical Romance, to be run next Saturday at 6 ½ furlongs, drew a field of 10 fillies and mares. The Musical Romance has a $25,000 Florida Sire Stakes win bonus. The field includes Hurricane Bertie (G3) runner-up Sound Machine and Captiva Island winner A Bit of Both…    

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