AT THE POST

Posted: January 22, 2018 at 1:57 a.m.

DAY 6 of 57

SUNDAY'S ESTIMATED ATTENDANCE 2,750

SUNDAY'S TOTAL HANDLE $2,917,174

SUNDAY'S ON-TRACK HANDLE $287,657

SUNDAY'S OFF-TRACK HANDLE $2,629,517

THURSDAY'S SIMULCAST SCHEDULE Aqueduct, 11:20 a.m.; Gulfstream Park, 11:35 a.m.; Fair Grounds, 1 p.m.; Golden Gate, 2:45 p.m.; Santa Anita, 3 p.m.; Penn National, 5 p.m.; Turfway Park, 5:15 p.m.; Delta Downs, 5:40 p.m.; Charles Town, 6 p.m.; Gulf (greyhounds), 6 p.m.

SUNDAY'S STARS

Terry Thompson won two races when he won the first race with Patriotic American ($10.40) and the seventh race with Shane Zain ($16.20). On the season, Thompson is tied for second with Gary Stevens and C.J. McMahon in the jockey standings with five victories. David Cabrera, who won the second race with C.C.'s Baby Girl ($119.60) leads with six victories in 32 starts.

Among trainers, Cipriano Contreras won two races, including a dead heat in the eighth race when P C Cowboy ($3.20) and Operation Stevie ($4.40) finished tied in a 1 and 1/16-mile race for 4-year-olds and up. Floyd Wethey Jr. rode P C Cowboy and Rodney Prescott rode Operation Stevie. The winning time was 1:45. Both horses finished 2 3/4-lengths ahead of Pinson.

Contreras won the sixth race when Santo Sanjur rode Mizz Wizz ($15.60) to a 7 3/4-length victory over Ms. D's Last Storm. Those victories were Contreras' first two of the season.

Doug O'Neill won the seventh race with Shane Zain and the ninth race with Tyfosha ($3.00) with Alex Canchari aboard.

On the season, O'Neill has won four races in eight starts and is second to Ingrid Mason, who won the third race with McQ ($5.00). Mason has five victories in 12 starts.

FINAL FURLONG

Cosmic Burst, who is scheduled to make her 2018 debut in the $125,000 Martha Washington Stakes for 3-year-old fillies Feb. 10, worked 5 furlongs in 1:01.80 Sunday morning for trainer Donnie K. Von Hemel. Cosmic Burst won the $100,000 Trapeze Stakes on Dec. 17 at Remington Park in her last start. ... Another promising 3-year-old filly, Red Ruby, worked 5 furlongs in company in 1:02.80 Sunday morning for trainer Kellyn Gorder. ... Transgress, a 13 maiden graduate, worked 5 furlongs in company Sunday morning for Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Both Transgress, a 3-year-old son of Into Mischief, who is being considered for upcoming stakes, and stablemate Impasse were credited with 1:00.40. Impasse finished fourth in the $125,000 Pippin Stakes for older fillies and mares Jan. 13. ... Rapid Dial (2 for 2 at the 2017 Oaklawn meeting) worked 5 furlongs out of the gate in 1:01.60 Sunday morning for trainer Ingrid Mason, who is targeting an allowance sprint for the colt's 4-year-old debut. ... Sonny Smack, an unstarted 3-year-old half-brother to multiple stakes winner Smack Smack, worked a half-mile out of the gate in :48.40 Sunday morning for trainer Don Von Hemel of Hot Springs. ... Snickerboxer ($10.20) represented the first victory of the meeting for Danny Caldwell, Oaklawn's leading owner the last four years, in Saturday's sixth race. It was Caldwell's 99th career victory in Hot Springs. Snickerboxer was a three-time winner at the 2017 meeting. ... Saturday's $125,000 American Beauty Stakes for older female sprinters closed with 27 nominees. Okie Diva and Hailstorm Slew are among the candidates for the 6-furlong race.

Information for this report was contributed by Oaklawn media department.

Sports on 01/22/2018