The American Mule Racing Association
July 19-July 24, 2006
Bar JF Geneo trained by Susan Andrus and ridden by Anthony “Hollywood” Ayala may not be a familiar name to those following this summer’s action, however, come this Sunday in the Solano County Mule Championship everything could change in the blink of an eye as Geneo steps up to challenge the King and Queen of the Open Division in Smoking Joe and Sarah Nelson.
In a stunning romp on a blazing hot July 16th afternoon at the Solano County Fair Bar JF Geneo obliterated a talented field of 8 Mules including open competitor Sis-Q Mayten in order to post one of the most impressive times of the year besting all other efforts a Solano last week by almost 3 lengths!
RETURN TO THE CLONE ZONE
The world famous cloned mule Idaho Gem returns to action in the first race this Thursday at Solano in the ongoing pursuit of the three year old of the year crown. Idaho Gem will however not be the favorite in the race having been bested last out by Out Of My League, Bar Jf Hot Ticket and the mysterious Lipstick Lies making this one the most talented and closely matched group of three year olds to come along in years.
Jockey Robert Boyce celebrated his return to the Northern California Racing circuit with two wins last week aboard Sis-Q Skipa Libby and Catch A Dream. Additionally, Trainer Susan Andrus showed her barn is heating up with Two Wins and a Second in her three starts for the week.
It Pays To Bet On The Mules $$
As promised in last weeks edition of The Mulegram full fields continued to bring the excitement of the Superfecta Wager with the combination of Bar JF Geneo, Sis-Q Mayten, Ghenghis Khan, and Chinook Pass breaking the bank with a payoff of $771.50 for a $1 wager in the Second Race last Sunday.
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