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Obviously Goes Wire-to-Wire in Shoemaker Title Defense
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7th at SAGI Shoemaker Mile ($400K)  [1m (T)]Winner: Obviously (Ire), g, 6 by Choisir (Aus)
OBVIOUSLY (IRE) (g, 6, Choisir {Aus}--Leala {Ire}, by Montejeu {Ire}), victor of last year’s GI Shoemaker Mile, went wire-to-wire to win by 5 1/2 lengths last time here in the GIII American S. in his first start for former Mike Mitchell assistant Philip D’Amato. Supported as the 8-5 chalk to make it two-for-two this season, the bay shot to the lead from his rail draw and had things to himself on the front end, while registering splits of :22.06 and :44.5. Turning for home a confident winner, he remained completely in control and zipped home in 1:32.66 to post a four-length victory over Summer Front (War Front). Silentio (Silent Name {Jpn}) and Tom's Tribute (Lion Heart) deadheated for third. Lifetime Record: 20-10-4-2, $1,337,361.
O-Fanticola & Scardino. B-Miss Deidre Cogan (Ire). T-Philip D’Amato.


Saturday, Santa Anita
SHOEMAKER MILE S.-GI, $400,500, SAX, 6-14, 3yo/up, 1mT, 1:32 3/5, fm.
1--OBVIOUSLY (IRE), 121, g, 6, by Choisir (Aus)
     1st Dam: Leala (Ire), by Montjeu (Ire)
     2nd Dam: Silver Bubble, by Silver Hawk
     3rd Dam: Strait Lane, by Chieftain

(2,000 EUR yrl '09 GOFFEB; 130,000gns HRA ‘11
TATHIT). O-Anthony Fanticola & Joseph Scardino;
B-Miss Deidre Cogan (IRE); T-Philip D'Amato;
J-Joseph Talamo. $240,000. Lifetime Record:
20-11-4-2, $1,337,347. Werk Nick Rating: B. Click
for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.

2--Summer Front, 119, h, 5, War Front--Rose of
Summer, by El Prado (Ire). ($475,000 2yo ‘11
KEEAPR). O-Waterford Stable; B-Graceville Breeding
(KY); T-Christophe Clement. $80,000.

(DH)3--Tom's Tribute, 119, c, 4, Lion Heart--Halloween
Fun, by El Prado (Ire). ($60,000 yrl '11 KEESEP;
$310,000 2yo ‘12 OBSMAR). O-Tom & Marilyn Braly;
B-Laura M & Ouisha McKinney (KY); T-James M
Cassidy. $36,000.
(DH)3--Silentio, 119, h, 5, Silent Name (Jpn)--Listen A.
P., by A.P. Indy. O/B-Wertheimer et Frere (KY);
T-Gary Mandella. $36,000.
Margins: 1HF, HF, HF, HF. Odds: 1.70, 6.70, 8.00, 9.00.
Also Ran: Jack Milton, Winning Prize (Arg), Pulpit's Express.
Click for the brisnet.com chart, the brisnet.com PPs or the free brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO.

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