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Easter Bonnet, Roger Rabbit Classics Top Sunday Race Card

The Easter Bonnet Classics for mares and fillies and the Roger Rabbit Classic for colts and geldings will highlight TRAXCO’s Easter Sunday race card at the Randall “Doc” James Race Track. Both races will be contested at the one-mile distance however the ladies will run for a purse of $7,200.00 while the males’ will compete for $8,200.00.

In the Easter Bonnet Classic, the sixth race on the card, Turned to Gold, the mare that has four wins in five starts since coming to the territory will undoubtedly be the overwhelming favorite and will be tough to beat.

Her lone loss was to Lea the Punisher, but Turned to Gold has since avenged that loss two times over. Her toughest competition may come from Holy Barbara, second in their last encounter in September 2012.

Imperial Award will be making her debut on St. Croix but appears to be in way over her head. She is coming from Puerto Rico where she had two wins in 24 starts and was 10th in a field of 12 in her last race on that island, a $3,500 claiming race. The other two entries, Baby Bopp and Morning Sunday, will also be vying for second place money.


In the Roger Rabbit Classic, the seventh race on the card, Twisted Dream out of St. Thomas seems to be the standout in this field, but newcomer Parachute Coney could make things interesting if he takes to the RDJ surface first time out. He was fourth in a $20,000 claiming race at Saratoga Race Track in New York in his last race on the mainland and has competed against much better racers than those he will be facing on Sunday.

Remarkable Storm was also once a good competitor, and has good blood lines from both sire and dam. If his St. Croix handlers could find that winning form again he could be in the mix as well. Expect Smoke, Plotter and Congo to fight hard to get in the money.

The rest of the day’s card:

Race 1 Class N-3-M/F 7-1/2 F
1. Mama Linda 117
2. Tropical Bride 114
3. Diamond Colony 117
4. Miss Evadney’s Pride 117
5. Yahboribo’s Weapon 119
6. JPD YUNG 115
7. Gold Demarshe 114
8. Super pop 118

Race 2 Class I-3-4-5(M/F) 7-1/2 F
1. Quilla 116
2. First Skirt 116
3. WhoShotthesheriff 119
4. Estrella Del Dia 115
5. Seduce Cat (Debut) 114
6. Dona Gongui 118
7. Apron Dance 118

Race 3 Class N-4 1M,
1. Joe boss 118
2. Midnight Indictment 118
3. Creation Rebel 121
4. Fast Return 114
5. Hilary Boss 114
6. Cruzan Emerald 116

Race 4 Class I-5 C/G 1M,
1. Black Machine 116
2. El Hombre Grande 114
3. Green Sand 116
4. Stop Play’n 116
5. Johann Slew 116
6. Burn the Harp 114
7. San Viron 116
8. Going Blue 114
9. Blast of Macho 118
10. I Confess 114

Race 5 Class I-1-2-3-4(C/G) 1M
1. Political Reporter 120
2. Berneris 120
3. Mr. Unitas 117
4. Australis Forever 114
5. According to Jesus 117
6. Black Jack Bob 117

Race 8 Class I-4-5-6 (C/G) 7-1/2 F
1. Groomsman 117
2. Hats on Fire 117
3. A Bit of Madness 117
4. Beantown 117
5. Drink At Last Call 119
7. Aerial Storm 117
7. He’s Prapa 114

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