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Last Leaf Handles the Turf and Boys in Hollywood Beach

Sep 25, 2021
Pro Quality Wins Wildcat Heir
Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Guaranteed at $300,000
Wildcat Heir to be Renamed Gilbert G. Campbell Memorial


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Trainer Ron Spatz admits he didn’t know how Monarch Stables Inc’s 2-year-old filly Last Leaf would handle the turf in Saturday’s $75,000 Hollywood Beach.

“My legs are tired. I’ve been doing a rain dance for three days,” said Spatz, whose filly won twice on the main track before facing colts and geldings in the Hollywood Beach. “They tell me top and bottom is good for [turf], but she has small feet so I really didn’t know.”

Any doubts Spatz might have had were erased when Last Leaf drove past a game Nerve in the final sixteenth to win the Hollywood Beach by a head. Barone Cesco was a fast-closing third, another head behind Nerve.

A daughter of Not This Time who has now won three of five starts, Last Leaf covered a ‘good’ five-furlong course in :57.46 after chasing Nerve past fractions of :22.32 and :45.40. The filly has won at 5 ½ furlongs on a fast track, six furlongs on a sloppy track, and on the turf.

“I told [Monarch Stables Inc.) ‘You have an all-terrain vehicle now. That’s a good thing,” Spatz said.

In the $125,000 Wildcat Heir, Rodney Lundock’s Pro Quality, a 4-year-old gelding trained by Ralph Catanese and ridden by Luca Panici, drove past Shivaree inside the final sixteenth pole to win by ??? lengths

Pro Quality, a son of Exclusive Quality, came into the Wildcat Heir off third place finishes in the City of Dania and Benny The Bull. Panici raced fourth down the backstretch past fractions of :23.91 and :46.91 before Panici moved Pro Quality three-wide entering the stretch and driving to the finish.

Pro Quality has won four races and has placed first, second or third in 11 of his 13 starts.

Wildcat Heir to be Renamed Gilbert G. Campbell Memorial


It was announced Saturday that the Wildcat Heir will be renamed the Gilbert G. Campbell Memorial Stakes in honor of Campbell, co-owner with his wife Marilyn of Stonehedge Farm South, who passed away earlier this month. A leading Florida Thoroughbred breeder, Campbell’s Stonehedge earned nearly $20 million with several top runners including Blazing Sword, Ivanavinalot, Watch Me Go, Scandalous Act and Cajun’s Magic.  

Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Guaranteed at $300,000

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 will have a guaranteed pool of $300,000 when racing resumes Sunday with a 12:50 p.m. first race post.

The Rainbow 6 will begin with the fifth race, a maiden claiming event for 3-year-olds and up over a 1 1/8th mile turf course. There are three turf races in the sequence.

Sunday’s program signals the end of the Spring/Summer Meet. While Saffie Joseph Jr. has the training title wrapped up and Arindel will be leading owner, the Spring/Summer riding title will come down to Sunday between Edgard Zayas and Emisael Jaramillo.

The Rainbow 6 jackpot is 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.


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