Deebel Brings It Home At Lone Star Park

19 September, 2014, Grand Prairie, Texas ~ Texas Arabian Racing got underway tonight at Lone Star Park where Deebel topped a field of seven to win the Arabian Allowance Race. 

Seven horses went to the post for the 6 1/2 Furlong race with a purse of $8,500

Deebal (Burning Sand) was the first Arabian winner at Lone Star Park for the fall 2014 meet. After tracking the pace on the outside, jockey Luis Vivanco urged the  3-year old chestnut into the backstretch where he drew clear. The 2011 colt bred by Todd Moak, is out of Queen Kong, by Kong, and is a full brother to 2011 Darley Horse of the Year TM Fred Texas. Deebal is owned by Kalifa Mohammed Al Attiyah, and is trained by Jerenesto Torrez.

Finish Time: 1:27.30

Finish Order: 2. Chachie, 3. Mr. Edd, 4.Fastandfurious, 5. Doc Holidday, 6. Etres Chic, 7. Chere Bebe.

Race Card:

Horse, Jockey, Trainer

1 Chere Bebe (TX), J F Garcia, Jr., K Massey 

2 Chachie (TX), R M Helton, T Johnson 

3 Doc Holidday (UT), S Carrizales, E Brand 

4 Fastandfurious(TX), B L Dow, T Johnson 

5 Mister Edd(TX), D I Martinez, K Massey 

6 Deebal  (TX), Vivanco, J Torrez 

7 Etres Chic (TX),C Rodriguez, M D Massey 

Owners: 1 – Jane R. Teutsch; 2 – Leslie Gicewicz; 3 – Elizabeth Brand; 4 – Mandolynn Hill Farm; 5 – Kenny Massey; 6 – Kalifa Mohammed Al Attiyah; 7 – Caraway Teutsch

Racing will run at Lone Star Park from 19 September through 25 October.

Updated:

Stallion Stakes Breeders Bonus

Running on 18 October 2014

$20,000 Guaranteed
ARABIAN RACING CUP STALLION STAKES – Grade 3
For Colts & Geldings, Three Years Old & Up
One Mile

$20,000 Guaranteed
ARABIAN RACING CUP STALLION STAKES – Grade 3
For Fillies & Mares, Three Years Old & Up
One Mile

$1,000 outside of the actual purse monies to be divided among the breeders of the horses finishing first, second and third with each being awarded $500, $300, and $200 respectively. All horses are eligible for the Breeder bonuses paid by Arabian Racing Cup.

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