Manor Downs Maiden Allowance Finals Results Are In

(Tuesday, March 16, 2004) - The following are the results of the two finals divisions of the Manor Downs Maiden Allowance Finals last weekend:

Saturday, March 13, 2004, Manor Downs, Race 11

Ryanstone Jolla, guided to victory by Randy Edison through the rain and mud, edged out favoried Cash for La Jolla by a nose to win the Manor Downs 2004 Maiden Allowance Final for colts and geldings. Ryanstone Jolla took the 350 yard race in a time of 17.960. The Texas-bred Streakin La Jolla colt is owned by Quad Racing of Quinlan, Texas and trained by Edward Hardy of Manor, Texas.

Ryanstone Jolla ran an 89 speed index and earned $39,750 for his victory. He went off at $11.10-to-1 odds and paid $24.20 to win, $17.50 to place and, $11.00 to show. The exacta paid $232.80, the quinella paid $53.00, and the superfecta paid $311.00.

Talents Stoney, with Isaac Chapa up, followed closely by a nose for third, and BBS Magic Cash, with Raul Ramirez, Jr. on top, finished fourth by a head. The remaining order of finish was Heza Shaker, Debonair Man, Love Ta Shakem, He Got A Call, Burk Beduino and Zoomin N Money.

Sunday, March 14, 2004, Manor Downs, Race 11

In another muddy field of ten, the Joe Garza-trained Jess Desirous drifted out late to take the winners share of $35,950 in the final of the Manor Downs Maiden Allowance fillies division. Jess Desirous is owned by Hector E. Chapa of Eagle Pass, Texas.

The sorrel filly was bred by Burnett Ranches Ltd. in Oklahoma. She is by Mr Jess Perry out of the Special Effort mare Desirous.

Jess Desirous clocked an impressive 17.700 for the 350 yards to earn a 97 speed index. She went off at odds of $11.50-to-1 and paed $25.00 for the win, $8.40 to place, and $6.20 to show. The exacta paid $165.00, the quinella paid $151.40, and the superfecta paid a whopping $1, 051.40.

Lovelier Than Ever, owned by J. C. and Sons Stables, trained by David Closner, and ridden by J. R. Ramirez, led the race and was caught late to run second by a nose. Rosie Wins The Dash, the longest shot on the board at $42.60-to-1, took third with Raul Ramirez, Jr. in the irons, a neck behind Lovlier Than Ever. Heavenly Trick placed fourth by a neck, Sixes Speed fifth by a neck, Dancing O’Toole ran sixth by a nose. Katrina Duncan finished seventh by nose, CP The Flirt came in eighth by a nose. The favorite, Sixy Thru Traffic, ran ninth by 1¼ lengths and, Tropical Bliss finished last of the field in tenth.

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