, $170,843, WOX, 9-1, 3yo/up, f/m, 7f (AWT), 1:24, ft.
1--@TU ENDIE WEI, 115, f, 3, by Johar 1st Dam: Ms. Cornstalk, by Indian Charlie
2nd Dam: Upper Dancer, by Upper Nile
3rd Dam: Shell Dancer, by Court Recess
O/B-Brereton C Jones (KY); T-Reade Baker; J-James McAleney. $91,251. Lifetime Record: Ch. 2yo Filly-Can, 10-5-1-1, $525,478. *1/2 to Biofuel (Stormin Fever), Horse of the Year-Can, Ch. 3yo Filly-Can, Co-Ch. 2yo Filly-Can, MGSW & MGISP, $781,091. Werk Nick Rating: C. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
, 124, f, 4, Indian Charlie--Harts Gap, by Saint Ballado. O-Melnyk Racing Stables Inc; B-Eugene Melnyk (ON); T-Mark E Casse. $40,556.
3--Jenny's So Great
, 117, m, 5, Greatness
--Jenny's Search, by Lost Soldier. ($53,000 2yo '09 FTMMAY). O-Bill & Vicki Poston; B-David Cassidy (ON); T-Gregory de Gannes. $22,306.
Margins: 1, 2HF, 1 1/4. Odds: 2.75, 0.45, 7.20.
Also Ran: Zermatt, Gold Dust Lady.Click for the brisnet.com chart or the brisnet.com PPs. Video, sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
Tu Endie Wei, honored as Canada's champion juvenile filly last year, came up short in two tries in New York facing her own generation, but got back on track her facing older fillies and mares for the first time here. Winner of the Ontario Debutante and Glorious Song S. at Woodbine at two, the Brereton Jones homebred opened 2012 with an eye-catching win in the six-panel Star Shoot S. at Woodbine Apr. 14. Stretched to a route for the first time in the GIII Selene S. May 13, she tired to finish second behind Dixie Strike (Dixie Union). Returned to sprints but again trying something new--the grass--in the Alywow S. June 3, she faltered badly in the stretch and came home sixth. It was another new test when trying conventional dirt for the first time in the GIII Victory Ride S. at Belmont July 7, and she ran with credit after a stumbling start, finishing third to Emma's Encore (Congrats). She had less luck against that foe when returned to the Empire State for the GI Prioress S. at Saratoga Aug. 4, trailing home last, and was in need of a wake-up call in this homecoming. Up from the rail draw to press to the inside of the odds-on pacesetter Roxy Gap, she put her nose in front after a modest quarter in :23 3/5 and continued to duel around the turn as Jenny's So Great made it three in a line in the quarter-mile sprint to the wire. Tu Endie Wei began to assert in mid-stretch and came home strongest.