Cambodia Wins the Yellow Ribbon Handicap at Del Mar on August 4

Race 8. Yellow Ribbon Handicap , Grade II. For three -year-old and up fillies and mares on turf. Purse $200,000.

The Yellow Ribbon was once called the Palomar Handicap. The name was changed to the Yellow Ribbon in 2012. Race is at Del Mar going 1 1/16 miles on turf for three-year-old and up fillies and mares. Previous winners include Cambodia,  A Thousand Stars, Tranquility Lake, Voodoo Dancer, Intercontinental, Precious Kitten and Egg Drop.

PP Filly / Mare Jockey Trainer M/L
1 Beau Recall Corey S. Nakatani Simon Callaghan 8/1
2 Sassy Little Lila Tyler Baze Richard Mandella 15/1
3 Midnight Crossing Tiago Josue Pereira Richard Baltas 20/1
4 Hallie Belle Joe Bravo Michael Stidham 10/1
5 Tisbutadream Tyler Conner Ben Cecil 20/1
6 Storm the Hill Rafael Bejarano Philip D’Amato 9/2
7 Madame Stripes Geovanni Franco Neil Drysdale 8/1
8 Sophie P Kent Desormeaux James Cassidy 8/1
9 Ancient Secret Mike E. Smith Philip D’Amato 8/1
10 Fahan Mura Edwin Maldonado Vladimir Cerin SCR
11 Cambodia Drayden Van Dyke Thomas Proctor 7/2
12 Pantsonfire Alonso Quinonez Richard Baltas 20/1

Cambodia closed on the leaders around the turn for home. She was able to hold off Madame Stripes for the win. Hallie Belle ran fourth.

Cambodia won the 2017 Yellow Ribbon.

$2 Wager Paid:

Horse Win Place Show
Cambodia $5.40 $3.20 $2.60
Madame Stripes $5.00 $3.60
Sophie P $6.49

Running Tine – 1:40.51

Our Top Three Picks:

  • Fahan Mura -SCR
  • Cambodia
  • Madame Stripes

 

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