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Tumbarumba shines in Ellis Park Derby

Tumbarumba shines in Ellis Park Derby: Tumbarumba ran over the opposition to win the sixth Ellis Park Derby in Henderson, Kentucky, on Sunday. The three-year-old horse outclassed seven other horses to score his first stakes victory of the year. The gelding out of Oscar Performance made his move at the quarter-pole and pulled clear late for a three-quarters victory. Tumbarumba covered the one-mile event at one minute and 36.02 seconds. It was the fourth win in nine starts for the Brian Lynch-trained horse and had one second and one third place finishes. The victory boosted his purse to US$254,870 and settled the online horseracing oddsmakers who placed their bets on the late-charging horse in this race.

Tumbarumba shines in Ellis Park Derby: Started From Fourth

The Rafael Bejarano-ridden horse started from fourth and settled on the half mile. Bejarano then made his move at the quarter-pole as he stuck close to Transect and Loyal Company. He then stormed in front of the lead inside the eighth pole. He pulled clear late in the race to settle for a three-quarter length victory. Transect finished second while Loyal Company came in third. Denington, Blue Light, How Did He Do That, Release Mccraken and Olazabal checked into the tape fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth, respectively.

Falconet, Positano Sunset, Baytown Chatterbox Make Impression

Falconet scored her fifth victory of in 11 starts by winning the 42nd Groupie Doll Stakes on Sunday. The Todd Pletcher-trained Falconet scored a 1 1/4-length victory in the US$150,000 event. The Gerardo Corrales-ridden Falconet completed the mile-long race in one minute and 36.59 seconds. She rallied along the inside of Hidden Connection and Interstatedaydream to take home US$89,760. This raises her career earnings to US$488,100 as she also had four runner-up efforts in 11 races. Ice Orchid, Coastal Charm, Be Like Water and Non Violence came in fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively.

Meanwhile, Positano Sunset emerged victorious in the fourth edition of the Audubon Oaks. The daughter of Goldencents out of the Consolidator mare Gigglin’ Gal skimmed the rail to complete the seven-furlong race in one minute and 23.46 seconds. Jockey Chris Landeros placed Positano Sunset in seventh as Black Forest took the lead in the early stages. Black Forest kept the lead in the half-mile until favorite Merlazza and second choice Topsy made their move in the far turn.

Landeros kept Positano Sunset in the midpack at the eighth pole and found an opening inside the fading Santa Fe Gold and took home the one-length victory. It was the third win for Positano Sunset in seven starts and helped trainer Ian Wilkes register another win. Flamand finished second while Santa Fe Gold checked in third. Merlazza ended up in fourth while Magical Lute, Topsy, Padma, Black Forest and Ruthless Rua rounded out the entries for the Audubon Oaks.

Baytown Chatterbox Springs a Surprise, Hot Beach Prevails in Ellis Park Races

Baytown Chatterbox struck a monumental upset in the eighth Ellis Park Juvenile on Sunday. The 60-1 longshot pulled off a big upset in the seven-furlong race, winning by 2 1/2 lengths in a time of 1:25.21. Beyond Chatterbox upstaged Coulditbemajic to secure his second win in four starts. It increased his career earnings to US$110,200. After the race, Coulditbemajic jockey Rafael Bejarano alleged that Beyond Chatterbox and jockey Tyler Heard made an interference violation up the backside. The stewards upheld the initial decision and gave the win to Beyond Chatterbox, who is a son of Street Sense out of Endless Chatter. Call Me Andy finished third while Omex and Balta checked in fourth and fifth, respectively. Ham Sandwich, Let’s Go Mark, Beaudacious Colton and Dunphy rounded out the entries for the Ellis Park Juvenile.

In the Ellis Park Debutante, Hot Beach stormed past her foes to win the US$150,000 race at a time of 1:24.32. The daughter of Omaha Beach took the lead with just a quarter-mile left in the race to edge Riperton by two lengths. Heavy favorite Youalmosthadme settled for third despite stumbling at the starting gate. Tx Women for Arts, Twirling Queen and Edistrudis finished fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively while Grace Given, Easy Red and Intermittent Fast checking in the seventh, eighth and ninth best horses in the race. It was the second race for Hot Beach, who finished second in her first-ever race on July 7. 


The races in Ellis Park gave fans betting for horseracing events in the US some thrills and excitement. The betting aficionados have seen breath-taking, come-from-behind victories and the rise of future big-time racehorses grabbing the spotlight this early.