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Alltheshine goes for Dutch Masters III Triple Crown on Sunday in the Hawthorne Futurity

September 7, 2012     E-mail this page to a friend!

First leg: Alltheshine picks up her first stakes win, the Gem County Futurity on April 28
(photo by Kira Crook, Lake Distributing, courtesy of Gem County Racing)
Two-year-old quarter horse filly sensation Alltheshine goes for the prestigious Dutch Masters III Triple Crown at Ida Racing at Sandy Downs this Sunday in the $40,000 (est.) Hawthorne Futurity. The Louisiana-bred daughter of First To Shine captured the first two legs at Emmett and Jerome County Fair tracks in the Idaho series. Alltheshine is undefeated in five starts for owners Kim and Janyce Paulsen of the Movin On Stables.

The Guy Weeks charge took the second leg at the Jerome County Fair covering the 350 yards in :17.729, holding off Bekas Ima Snazzysign by a nose with Dallas Erickson aboard. Alltheshine won her qualifying race for the Hawthorne at Sandy Downs on August 25 and by sweeping the three-race Dutch Masters III with a Futurity victory, she will earn a $25,000 for her owners.

Alltheshine is not the morning-line favorite, however; fastest-qualifier Larryville is installed as the 8-to-5 choice. The Dan Moon gelding was a game winner in his August 25 tune up, finishing the 350 yards in :17.867 as the fastest time in the qualifiers for the Hawthorne Futurity.

A field of 10 is expected to race with a post time of the 5th race at approximately 3:00 Mountain Time. Sunday’s co-feature is the $22,000 Hadtobenuts Derby with The Streakin Clean set as the 2-to-1 favorite in the field of ten at 400 yards. The Streakin Clean is coming off back-to-back scores at Les Bois Park and Sandy Downs with jockey and attorney Nikeela Black on board once again.

The 7th race on Sunday’s card will feature ten strong contenders for the AQHA Merial Distaff Challenge at 400 yards with a purse of $21,000. They will be seeking to qualify for the $125,000 finals at Prairie Meadows on October 27.