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    Muckleshoot Tribal Classic-Press Kit
    9/8/2012

    $40,000 MUCKLESHOOT TRIBAL CLASSIC
    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2012
    70th RUNNING, 3-YEAR-OLDS & UP, 1-1/16 MILE

    Track Record: 1:39 3/5, Kid Katabatic (5), July 26, 1998
    Stakes Record: 1:39 4/5, Eagle Crest, 1980

    Most Wins
    Trainer:
    4, Larry Ross (Leading Hour, 1987; Military Hawk, 1992; Judgement Hour, 1996; Military Force, 1997)
    Jockey: 7, Gary Baze (Moonlately, 1983; Sissy’s Heller, 1986; Captain Condo, 1990 -91;
    Sneakin Jake, 1995; Makor’s Mark, 2001; Colony Jane, 2003)
    Owner: 3, Vaden & Fern Ashby (Captain Condo, 1989-91); Murdoch MacPherson (Sneakin Jake, 1993-95)

    Purse: $40,000
    1st: $20,000 Guaranteed 2nd: $7000 3rd: $5000 4th: $3000

    OWNERS HOMETOWNS

    1—Kooky Saluki (5-2) MOH Stables Inc. (Dan Lewis, Sammamish, WA)
    2—Jebrica (7-5) R&R Warren LLC (Ron & Rosalie Warren, Olympia, WA)
    3—Couldabenthewhisky (8-5) Friendship Stables (Bonnie & Wally Jenne, Auburn, WA); Craig Fredrickson, Bainbridge Island, WA; Stan Fredrickson, Renton, WA; Frank McDonald, Marysville, WA
    4—Our Eagle Boy (6) Triple L Stables (Patricia Hallowell, Auburn, WA)

    LONGACRES MILE SERIES
    May 20: $50,000 Governor’s Handicap, Winning Machine ($25.60) 1:13.97 (wet-fast)
    June 17: $50,000 Budweiser Handicap, Winning Machine ($5) 1:34.44 (fast)
    July 22: $50,000 Mt. Rainier Handicap, 1-1/16 Mile, Hudson Landing ($5.40) 1:40.77 (fast)Aug. 19: $200,000 Longacres Mile (G3), 1M, Taylor Said ($7.20) 1:33.79 (fast)
    Sept. 9: $40,000 Muckleshoot Tribal Classic (WA-Bred) 1-1/16 Mile

    SUPER 6 HANDICAPPERS
    Joe Withee
    (EmD1):
    Couldabenthewhisky, Jebrica, Kooky Saluki (8-22—$227.60)
    Robert Geller (EmD2):
    Kooky Saluki, Couldabenthewhisky, Our Eagle Boy (3-22—$180.40)
    Gary Dougherty (Horse Racing Seattle):
    Kooky Saluki, Jebrica, Couldabenthewhisky (5-22—$226.40)
    Vic Cozzetti (Predictorsays.com):
    Couldabenthewhisky, Jebrica, Kooky Saluki (8-22—$224.40)
    Nick Rousso (Daily Racing Form):
    Jebrica, Couldabenthewhisky, Kooky Saluki (11-22—$266.00)
    Jacob Pollowitz (EmD3):
    Jebrica, Couldabenthewhisky, Kooky Saluki (7-22—$234.90)
    Consensus:
    Jebrica (16), Couldabenthewhisky (16), Kooky Saluki (14) (9-22—$227.50)

    NOTES: A victory by either Kooky Saluki or Jebrica and Jim Penney would tie Larry Ross for most career victories in the race formerly named the Washington Championship…A victory by Couldabenthewhisky and trainer Bonnie Jenne would be three-for-three in this race at Emerald Downs. She won with Mr. Makah in 2005 and Colony Lane in 2003…Chris Stenslie is the lone trainer in this year’s race to have never won a Muckleshoot Tribal Classic, but she sends out the lone WA Cup winner in the field, Our Eagle Boy, winner of the 2011 Chinook Pass Stakes for 3-year-olds…He’s All Heart ($6.80) in 2011 broke a streak of three straight wins by odds-on favorites (Wasserman $3.40 and $3.20 in 2008-09, Noosa Beach $2.40 in 2010)…Favorites are eight-for-21 in stakes this year at Emerald Downs, but only one-for-four in the older horse handicap division.

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