Saturday, November 8, 2008

Sweet! Chocolate Candy Wins Real Quiet Stakes at Hollywood Park



Chocolate Candy, trained by Jerry Hollendorfer and ridden by Garret Gomez, scored a one-length victory in today's $100,000 Real Quiet Stakes at Hollywood Park. Chocolate Candy has now won two straight for the Craig Family Trust. He covered the one and one-sixteenth miles on the Cushion Track in 1:42.25, prevailing over favorite Charlie's Moment, and J P Jammer. Enjoy the video clip, which includes Hollendorfer's post-race interview.


Chocolate Candy, Garrett Gomez up, comes onto the Cushion Track in the post parade.

3 comments:

Winston...not really said...

Candy Ride stands for $12500.

People will look back on this and wonder what the hell they were thinking and why they didn't jump all over that.

Kevin said...

Hi Mary: Thanks for the contribution over at Colin's Ghost. I just spent the last hour going through your archives. Great stuff on the history of Santa Anita and I loved the piece on Mel Stute. I wish I had found your blog before the Breeders Cup. Outstanding! Thanks again, Kevin

zraces said...

Wow. It's not easy to get Jerry for an interview. Good job.

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