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Osbaldo Wins Lineage QH Championship
RSS Feeds Sunday, August 25, 2013
Hubaldo Solis’ Osbaldo scored his first stakes victory in more than two years in the $37,000 Lineage Championship Stakes (RG3), one of four New Mexico-bred Quarter Horse stakes run at The Downs at Albuquerque on Sunday.

Trained by Omar Gutierrez and ridden by Jose Ruiz, Osbaldo went 400 yards in :19.341 and missed by just 51/1000ths of a second the stakes record of :19.290 set last year by Miracle Snow. The 4-year-old stallion’s margin of victory was a neck from WDC Wendys Wine.

Osbaldo has made only 11 starts since June 5, 2011, when he the homebred stallion by Jesse James Jr won the 350-yard, $176,040 New Mexico Breeders’ Futurity (RG2) at SunRay Park in Farmington. In fact, Osbaldo won his first six races as a 2-year-old.

“He’s had some tendon issues, but we’ve gotten those taken care of,” said Solis, a resident of Peralta, New Mexico. “He’s in good shape right now.”

Solis added that Osbaldo might be pointed to the 440-yard, $140,000-added New Mexico Cup Quarter Horse Championship (RG1) at Zia Park on October 27. He will be retired from racing after this season, and he will stand his first season at stud in 2014.

The following is a recap of the four Quarter Horse stakes run on Sunday:

JOHN AUGUSTINE STAKES (R)
Purse, $37,000 -- 870 yards
3-year-olds & older
Winner -- Dats Dee (TB) (4G, Storm Of Goshen-Golden Moment by Gold Alert)
Owner -- K.W. Sharp
Breeder -- Manuel Munoz and Felix Abrego
Trainer -- Weston Martin
Jockey -- Casey Lambert
Winning Time -- 44.549
Winning Margin -- Two lengths
Odds -- 2-1
Also ran (in order of finish) -- D E Wagons Strawfly (8-5 favorite), Leave N Legal, Pakea Bay, KC Royal Flush, and Big Blaze (TB).

PELICAN STAKES (RG3)
Purse, $37,000 -- 400 yards
3-year-old fillies

Winner -- Lady Secret Dash (Lordly Way-Lady Chimes by Chimes Band [TB])
Owner -- Cervando Molinar
Breeder -- Hubaldo Solis
Trainer -- Hector Hernandez
Jockey -- J. Martin Bourdieu
Winning Time -- :19.643
Winning Margin -- One length
Odds -- 5-2
Also ran (in order of finish) -- SLR Jessies Girl (6-5 favorite), Get Down Bambi, Runaway Lioness, Get PK Down, and Mariposa Jet.

HARD TWIST STAKES (RG3)
Purse, $37,000 -- 400 yards
3-year-olds

Winner -- Corona Southern Form (Southern Corona-Pass The Form by Rare Form)
Owner and Trainer -- Martin N. Perez
Breeder -- Richard and Patricia Shearer
Jockey -- Albert Medrano
Winning Time -- :19.883
Winning Margin -- 3/4 of a length
Odds -- 2-1
Also ran (in order of finish) -- Saturday Nite Romeo, Chicksluvdiamonds, Dashes Best, Jess Rueben James (3-2 favorite), Justified By Chicks, and Easily A Gent.

LINEAGE CHAMPIONSHIP STAKES (RG3)
Purse, $37,000 -- 400 yards
3-year-olds & older
Winner -- Osbaldo (4S, Jesse James Jr-Shes So Blazin by Chicks A Blazin
Owner and Breeder -- Hubaldo Solis
Trainer -- Omar Gutierrez
Jockey -- Jose Ruiz
Winning Time -- :19.341
Winning Margin -- neck
Odds -- 10-1
Also ran (in order of finish) -- WDC Wendys Wine, My Big Chief, In Famous Caper, Miracle Snow (3-2 favorite), Little Bit Southern, Iseeyoustaring, Klassic Strawfly, Maggie Get Down, and Incoho Tes.

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