Arlington Million

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July 13, 2013 - AP

Modesty Handicap

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June 15, 2013 - AP

Lincoln Heritage Handicap

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Armando De la cerda


Armando De la cerda is in his first year of training on his own. He was an assitant trainer for Brian Williamson for five years before going out on his own.  He earned his first stakes winner as trainer with La Tia when she captured the 2013 edition of the Lincoln Heritage Handicap. Prior to working for Williamson, De la cerda worked for trainers Noel Hickey, Mike Stidham and Moises Yanez.

Kent Desormeaux


Like many other top jockeys, Desormeaux is a product of Louisiana and started his riding career at Evangeline Downs. He has won the Kentucky Derby on three occasions guiding Real Quiet in 1998, Fusaichi Pegasus in 2000, and Big Brown in 2008. Desormeaux was inducted into racing’s Hall of Fame in 2004 and has won the Eclipse Award for top jockey three times. Other top horses include Paddy O'Prado, Summer Bird, Dullahan, and C. S. Silk.

Hernandez Racing Club


Hernandez Racing Club is the non de plume of Salvator Hernandez.  In addition to Beverly D. hopeful La Tia, Hernandez has campaigned (in partnership with trainer Moises Yanez and Del Sol Farm) stakes winners Voy Por Uno Mas and Diablos First Lady


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Starter Analysis

Daughter of 13% turf sire City Place was last seen when third after setting the early fractions in the Modesty Handicap here last month and has a record of 4-2-0-1 on this turf course. Trainer Armando De la cerda wins with 20% of his runners on grass and has won with 18% of his starters at this meet and filly is the likely pace setter here breaking from the rail under Kent Desormeaux but is unlikely to be a factor at the finish.


01 La Tia 20-1