Straight Up G Shine for Rome in King Glorious

Jungle Racing is like home Straight up WOOD became a joint stock company in King Glorious worth $102,000 on December 12 at Los Alamitos . Racecourse and go to victory against the favorite 9-5 Finneus . The pony becomes the first black category winner for a freshman stallion Straight fire , who is campaigned by Jim Rome’s Jungle Racing and partners.

“We own the (Gidget Girl) mare and we own part of the stallion. This is the most personal thing ever,” Rome told TVG after the race. “Mizdirection was the weirdest thing in my life, Shared faith is one of the coolest things ever, but this is too personal. It’s so personal to have a hometown team bet and win, and to win like that, it feels unbelievable. “

Straight Up G won the mile-long King Glorious, California Golden State Series-eligible, 2-year-old Glorious, with a 5 1/4 maiden length win over those. interstate on November 21 in Del Mar. He turned every pole into a win at that six-feather long maiden special weight, earning an equivalent Speed ​​Number of 92 when he hit the distance in 1:09.82.

“This horse has a lot of natural speed,” says trainer Richard Baltas. “I leave it to (rider Ricardo Gonzalez). I told him to just play well and go from there. He always worked really, really well. I coached his half-sister. he Gidgetta . He is a good horse and he has a good mind. “

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Gonzalez is back on board the Straight Up G Sunday. Second pick 2-1, Straight Up G leads with Always thirsty and Moose Mitchell follow closely. He marked the fractions: 23.99 and: 47.92 in half a mile, at which point Finneus was still seventh out of nine.

Finneus took a step up when Straight Up G ran 3/4 in 1:12:30. England rallied five points away from Umberto Rispoli’s penalty area but could not keep up with Straight Up G, who finished 3 1/2. The final time on the fast track was 1:36.88.

Chủ sở hữu Jim Rome có một khoảnh khắc với Straight Up G trong vòng kết nối của người chiến thắng sau chiến thắng của họ trong giải King Glorious Stakes trị giá 100.000 đô la, Chủ nhật, ngày 12 tháng 12 năm 2021 tại Trường đua Los Alamitos, Cypress CA. <br /> & # 169;  BENOIT PHOTO” src=”https://cms-images.bloodhorse.com/i/bloodhorse-images/2021/12/7e0e7eb9547345e984b079618963b821.jpg?preset=medium” style=”border-width: 0px;” title=”Owner” with Jim Rome having a moment with Straight Up G in the winners’ circle following their win in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes, Sunday, December 12, 2021 at Los Alamitos Racecourse , Cypress CA. <br /> & # 169;  BENOIT PHOTO”/><figcaption><small>Photo: Benoit Photo</small></p>
<p>Jim Rome shares moment with Straight Up G after King Glorious Stakes</p>
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<p>“He cleared the ball very sharply and when we got to the first turn, he moved his ear back and forth so I knew it was the next game,” Gonzalez said.  “I know it’s a walk in the park.”</p>
<p>Finneus, the previous starter, won the Golden State Juvenile Stakes at Del Mar more than half of Saturday’s Los Alamitos Futurity (G2) winner <span class=Slow down Andy , second is 1 3/4 longer Quick Drawing Munnings in part three.

Straight up G beyond the framework Sky Mesa mare Gidget Girl, also a hybrid of Jungle Racing. He placed fourth when he debuted on October 9 at Santa Anita . Park prior to his two wins and is currently earning $105,660. He is the third pony and the second winner in his dam, its latest horse is a wean Fast Anna colt, a brother enough to win Gidgetta. Gidget Girl was bred as Collected for the year 2022.

Straight Fire is located at Legacy Ranch in California and will have an advertising fee of $5,000 by 2022.

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Meet the winter coming to an end
King Glorious is the final race of the Los Alamitos Winter Purebred Encounter. All sources processed for the winter meeting grew 11% on a comparative basis compared to 2019, which was also a seven-day season.

Handling at satellite locations in California is down 23%, but upfront bets in Southern California are up 61%.

F. Jack Liebau, Vice President of the Los Alamitos Racing Association, said: “We are pleased with how things have turned out in our racing days, but it is disappointing that we cannot run next week.”

At the end of the meeting, Baffert topped the coach rankings with five wins, one more than Lorenzo Ruiz. This is the 13th time he has led or shared the title since the Day Thoroughbred race returned to Los Alamitos in 2014.

Baffert has the most wins (13) of the year at Los Alamitos, combining the winter meeting with the Summer Thoroughbred Festival (June 25 to July 5) and the Los Angeles County Fair season (September 10-26). ). Peter Miller and Steve Miyadi are second with 11 points.

Closing three days helped Abel Cedillo win his second straight local race title after attending the meeting at the Los Angeles County Fair. The 32-year-old Guatemalan finished with nine wins, three more than Tyler Baze, Kyle Frey and apprentices Ricardo Ramirez and Diego Herrera.

During the year at Los Alamitos, Cedillo had a total of 35 wins, 14 more than his closest pursuer Juan Hernandez. Frey and Herrera share third place with 16.

The owner leading the Winter encounter is Nicholas Alexander with three victories.

Daytime thoroughbred racing will return to Los Alamitos in 2022. The first of three encounters is scheduled to begin June 24 and continue through July 10.

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John Verrall

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