April 7
Brightest (Too Much Bling - Fast Find) won at Will Rogers Downs. She is owned and trained by Steve Williams and bred by W. S. Farish.

April 3
Silver Edge (Competitive Edge - Silver Shimmer) won at Tampa Bay Downs. He is owned and trained by Ron Potts, and bred by Sovereign Farm, LLC.

April 2
Caddo Fox (My Golden Song - Sassy Sondra) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Richard Martin & Danny Payne. He is trained by Danny Payne. Miss Carmen (Too Much Bling - Seeing Silver) won at Sam Houston. She is owned and bred by Winters Thoroughbreds, LLC and trained by Mindy Willis.

April 1
Capt. St. Jacques (My Golden Song - Avis E.) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Richard Chandler and trained by Mindy Willis.

March 29
Reiterate (Competitive Edge - Flying Arch) won at Parx Racing. She is owned and trained by Alexander Martinez and bred by John B. Penn.

March 26
My Golden Bling (My Golden Song - Singlebling) won at Sam Houston. She is owned by BKD Consulting, LLC, trained by Austin Gustafson and bred by Stephen Baker.

Sr. Bi Bi (Too Much Bling - Dixieland Baby) also won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Gwendolyn K. Crosser, trained by Domingo Chacaltana and bred by Inside Move.

March 24
Gradester (Bradester - Heavens Above) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Caleb Ryan Chalmers, trained by J.R. Caldwell and bred by Springhill Farm.

March 21
Bob's Edge (Competitive Edge - Catticus) won at Oaklawn Park. He is owned by Michael Freeny, Patricia Freeny and Jennifer Grayson Taylor. He is bred by Westwind Farms and trained by Larry Jones.

March 20
Texas Champions Day at Sam Houston

Direct Dial (Too Much Bling - Fast Find) won the Star of Texas S. He is owned and bred by W.S. Farish and trained by Steven Asmussen.

Sunlit Song (My Golden Song - Fly So True) won the Richard King Turf S. He is owned by Carolyn Barnett & Becky Harding, bred by Carolyn Barnett and trained by Mindy Willis.

Gold Pilot (My Golden Song - Formal Flyer) finished 2nd in the Spirit of Texas S.

Wildcat's Bling (Too Much Bling - Stephanie's Wildcat) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Keene Thoroughbreds LLC and trained by Dallas Keen.

March 19
Power Forward (Competitive Edge - Hard to Get) won at Charles Town. She is owned and bred by Coleswood Farm, Inc. and trained by Jeff Runco. Exact (Competitive Edge - Thisizsparta) won at Gulfstream Park. She is owned by Eclips Thoroughbreds Partners, trained by Todd Pletcher and bred by Paul Tackett Revocable Trust & Nick Mamatas.

Uptownblingithome (Too Much Bling - Island Artist) won at Sam Houston. She is owned and bred by Marcus Hutka and John Henningsgard and trained by Carlos Padilla.

March 18
Cowboy Bling (Too Much Bling - Frieda Frau) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Laurence Jones, trained by Kevin School and bred by Danny Pish. Keep the Bling (Too Much Bling - Dixie Darling) also won at Sam Houston. She is owned and bred by Ruth Brightbill and trianed by Austin Gustafson.

March 17
Pharme's Phaith (Early Flyer - Window to the Soul) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Pharme Racing Ltd. and trained by Karen Jacks.

March 14
G Don't Know (Early Flyer - Enticing Mr. G) won at Fair Grounds. He is owned and bred by Thomas Galvin and trained by Joseph Foster. Comp'd (Competitive Edge - Via Pavion) won at Gulfstream Park. She is owned and bred by John Penn and trained by Fernando Abreu.

March 13
Bebop Baby (Too Much Bling - Conquest Bebop) won at Sam Houston. She is owned by Danny Caldwell, trained by Scott Young and bred by Douglas Scharbauer. Let's Go Alamo (My Golden Song - Forever Since) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Richard Chandler and trained by Mindy Willis. Full Trigger (My Golden Song - Dixie Wheat) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Michael Mazoch and Linda Mazoch, trained by Austin Gustafson and bred by Dr. Nat Kieffer.

March 10
Shesalittle Edgy (Competitive Edge - Belvedera) won at Turfway Park. She is owned by Hoolie Racing Stable, LLC, trained by William Bradley and bred by Calloway Stables, LLC. Edgee Angel (Competitive Edge - Restless Angel) also won at Turfway Park. She is owned by Dorothy Self, Zack Simms and Jay Morgeson. She is trained by Garry Simms and bred by Stillmeadow Farm, LLC.

March 6
Wild Tonight (Early Flyer - Wild Time Tonight) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Michael Nentwig, trained by Jonathan Wong and bred by E. D. Calvert.

March 5
Twentyseventrouts (Competitive Edge - The Toast of Troy) won at Santa Anita. She is owned by Tiger Racing, Inc., trained by Mike Puype and bred by Scott Regner. True Grace (Competitive Edge - True Believer) won at Tampa Bay Downs. He is owned and bred by Mr. & Mrs. Bertram R. Firestone, and trained by Arnaud Delacour.

March 3
Bling's Bellwehter (Too Much Bling - Pata Fresca) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Danny Keene, trained by J. R. Caldwell and bred by Inside Move.

February 25
Capt. St. Jacques (My Golden Song - Avis E.) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Richard Chandler and trained by Mindy Willis.

February 25
Wildcat's Bling (Too Much Bling - Stephanies Wildcat) won at Sam Houston. He is owned and bred by Keene Thoroughbreds, LLC and trained by Dallas Keen.

February 11
Exact (Competitive Edge - Thisizsparta) won at Gulfstream Park. She is owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, trained by Todd Pletcher and bred by Paul Tackett Revocalbe Trust & Nick Mamantus.

February 10
Thatsalotofbling (Too Much Bling - Benny's Bombshell) won at Sam Houston. She is owned by GFB Racing & Danny Pish, trained by Danny Pish and bred by GFB Racing. Bubba Bling (Too Much Bling - My Silver Song) also won at Sam Houston. He is owned and trained by Steven Asmussen and bred by James Wessel.

My Golden Bling (My Golden Song - Singlebling) won at Sam Houston. She is owned by BKD Consulting, trained by Austin Gustafson and bred by Stephen Baker.

February 7
Edgeway (Competitive Edge - Magical Solution) won at Santa Anita Park. She is owned by Hronis Racing, LLC, trained by John W. Salder and bred by Pope McLean, Valerie Blethen and David Blethen.

February 4
Brightest (Too Much Bling - Fast Find) won at Sam Houston. She is owned by GFB Racing, LLC, trained by Danny Pish and bred by W.S. Farish.

January 28
Chaching Bling (Too Much Bling - Derheart) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Buddy Lear and Lone Star Racing Club, trained by Ronnie Cravens III and bred by Larry Huntsinger. Full Trigger (My Golden Song - Dixie Wheat) also won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Michael Mazoch and Linda Mazoch, trained by Austin Gustafson and bred by Dr. Nat Kieffer.

January 26
Cool Edge (Competitive Edge - Cool Slew) won at Turf Paradise. He is owned by Randy Howg, trained by Robertino Diodoro and bred by Joshan Farms Ltd.

January 25
Mimi's Song (My Golden Song - Royal Soup) won at Delta Downs. She is owned and trained by Isai Gonzalez and bred by Gerald Veal.

January 24
Miss Kitness (Competitive Edge - Kitness) won at Santa Anita. She is owned and bred by Ruis Racing, LLC and trained by Shelbe Ruis.

January 20
Meet Me at Mundis (Competitive Edge - Magic Ten) won at Penn National. He is owned by Craig Siedler and Andrew Simoff, trained by Andrew Simoff and bred by Siedler & Simoff.

January 16
Beautiful Karen (Competitive Edge - Tartan Lady) won at Aqueduct. She is owned and trained by Linda Rice and bred by Eaton & Thorne, Inc.

Good Judgment (Too Much Bling - Libbies Mission) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Michael P. Lyons, Clark O. Brewster and Montgomery Lair. He is trained by Steven Asmussen and bred by Larry S. Huntsinger.

January 14
Power Forward (Competitive Edge - Hard to Get) won at Charles Town. She is owned and bred by Coleswood Farm, Inc. and trained by Jeff Runco.

January 5
Cool Edge (Competitive Edge - Cool Slew) won at Turf Paradise. He is owned by Randy Howg, trained by Robertino Diodoro and bred by Josham Farms, Ltd.

January 2
Competitive Speed (Competitive Edge - Shopped Out) won the Glitter Woman S. at Gulfstream Park. She is owned by John Minchello, trained by Javier Gonzalez and bred by White Fox Farm.

Claro Que Si (Competitive Edge - Love Co) won at Santa Anita. She is owned by Steve McCanne, trained by Robert Hess, Jr. and bred by Vossfeld Bloodstock Group, LLC.

December 30
Majestic Edge (Competitive Edge - Ponya) won at Delta Downs. She is owned by Norman Stables, LLC, trained by Scott Gelner and bred by C. Kidder and N. Cole.

December 20
Comp'd (Competitive Edge - Via Pavion) won at Gulfstream Park. She is owned and bred by John Penn and trained by Fernando Abreu.

December 18
Dust Em (Too Much Bling - Dixie Dust) won at Remington Park. He is owned and bred by Douglas Scharbauer and trained by Bret Calhoun.

G Don't Know (Early Flyer - Enticing Mr. G) won at Fair Grounds. He is owned and bred by Tom Galvin and trained by Joseph Foster.

December 17
Mimi's Song (My Golden Song - Royal Soup) won at Delta Downs. She is owned and trained by Isai Gonzalez and bred by Gerald Veal.

December 16
Silver Siren (My Golden Song - Cat Monroe) won at Delta Downs. She is owned and bred by Southern Legacy Thoroughbreds and trained by David Gomez.

December 7
Power Forward (Competitive Edge - Hard to Get) won at Mountaineer Park. She is owned and bred by Coleswood Farm, Inc., trained by Jeff Runco.

December 10

ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING YOUNG STALLIONS TO EVER COME TO TEXAS!
A Grade 1 winner and leading first- and second-crop sire



COMPETITIVE EDGE
Super Saver – Magdalena’s Chase, by Cape Town

A daylight winner in all his victories, COMPETITIVE EDGE sold for $750,000 as a 2-year-old and then broke his maiden in his debut at Saratoga by more than 10 lengths. In just his second start, he won the historic Grade 1 Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga by more than five lengths. The Hopeful is thought by many to be the most significant stakes for 2-year-old colts in America, other than the Breeders' Cup Juvenile!

As a 3-year-old, he won the Tamarac Stakes at Gulfstream Park by more than eight lengths and then rolled to a 4 ½-length win in the Grade 3 Pat Day Mile Stakes at Churchill Downs, earning a 102 Beyer for a blazing time of 1:34.18.

Ranked #6 in North America for all first-crop sires, COMPETITIVE EDGE has total progeny earnings of nearly $3.6 million through early December. His first two crops include 12 stakes horses, among them are Saratoga stakes winners FIERCE LADY and MY ITALIAN RABBI, Grade 2- and Grade 3-placed Reagan’s Edge and Grade 3-placed Edgeway.

December 7
We are sad to announce the passing of one of our stallions.

Grade 1 winner Congaree euthanized



Multiple Grade 1 winner Congaree was euthanized due to the infirmities of old age on Sunday, November 22nd, at Valor Farm near Pilot Point, Texas, where he had been standing prior to being pensioned earlier this year. Owned by Janice McNair, who, with her late husband Bob, bred and raced Congaree in the name of their Stonerside Stable, Congaree was one of a handful of horses the McNairs retained after selling their farm, training center, and bloodstock to Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum in October of 2008 in order to devote more time to their NFL franchise, the Houston Texans.

“Congaree was such a special horse,” said Janice McNair. “I am so grateful for all the many happy memories Congaree gave us. He was so unique, and had the most loving personality. He was a delight to be around, and it was always such a thrill to watch him run. Congaree was truly the horse of a lifetime for us.”
Trained by Bob Baffert, the chestnut son of Arazi out of Mari’s Sheba raced 25 times, from age two to age six, including an amazing streak of 22 consecutive starts in graded stakes, beginning with a win in the Grade 2 Wood Memorial in 2001 in his stakes debut. Overall, Congaree won five Grade 1 stakes, from seven to ten furlongs, and five other graded stakes, while placing in another six, including the 2001 Kentucky Derby and Preakness. His time for the one-mile split in the Derby remains the co-second fastest mile in the classic’s history. Congaree also ran the fastest dirt mile in North America in 2002, winning the Grade 1 Cigar Mile Handicap at Aqueduct in 1:33.11. He came back to win that race again in 2003 and remains the only two-time winner of the Cigar Mile. Congaree was undefeated at Aqueduct, winning three Grade 1s and a Grade 2. Overall, he competed at ten tracks in five states coast to coast.

“He was just a special horse,” said Baffert. “We had gotten to know the McNairs after training Chilukki for them, but it was through Congaree that we really got to know the whole family, and we made some great memories. Congaree was a really fast horse, and could carry his speed. His Kentucky Derby performance was one of the best, he set a blistering pace for the mile and hung in gamely. Another race that stands out in my memory was his Hollywood Gold Cup win in 2003. He just destroyed the competition. We raced all over the country with him, and it was just so much fun to show up with a horse like Congaree.

“First time I saw him, he really caught my eye,” Baffert continued. “I was looking at all these well-bred yearlings at Stonerside and saw him in a paddock nearby, and I said ‘Wow, can I take that chestnut? I’ll trade you back one of these Danzigs for him.’ He didn’t have the most perfect conformation, but he made up for it with heart. He was a real noble horse, sweet, kind, just a great personality.”

Congaree barely survived a difficult birth, presenting at 152 pounds – well above average size, especially for a first foal. Sickly and confined to stall rest due to several broken ribs, he quickly became a staff favorite with his friendly personality. Janice McNair remembers feeding him peppermints on the many visits to Kentucky the couple made from their Houston home.

“Congaree loved his peppermints and knew what the rattle of a candy wrapper meant at an early age. He especially seemed to bond with my husband Bob. The two had a special connection, and I know Bob got tremendous joy watching him run. He was such a character, just a very special horse.”
Retired to stud at Adena Springs in Kentucky, he was later moved to New York and eventually to Texas. In total, Congaree has sired 13 stakes winners from 317 starters, including six graded or group winners, with Irish highweighted filly Maoineach and Grade 1 winners Jeranimo ($1,525,364), Don’t Tell Sophia ($1,382,479), and Killer Graces among his leading runners. As a broodmare sire, his daughters include the dams of Grade 2 winner and classics-placed Homerique and 2020 Group 3 winner New Treasure (IRE).

“Congaree was the epitome of what we hoped to accomplish with the Stonerside breeding program,” said John Adger, longtime racing and bloodstock manager for the McNairs. “It was fitting he was our first Grade 1 homebred, as his dam and granddam were part of the purchase of the Elmendorf broodmare band of Jack Kent Cooke in 1997 – an acquisition we considered the cornerstone of the breeding program. Congaree, in fact, earned back nearly the entire cost of that investment with his race earnings. He always gave 100% in every race. He was an Eclipse Award finalist three times – Horse of the Year, Champion Sprinter, and Champion Older Horse.”

“Congaree had so much class,” said Ken Carson, general manager of Valor Farm. “He was a pleasure to be around, an easy-going horse who certainly loved his mints.”
“I am very grateful to all the people who played a part in his life – all our Stonerside staff, Bob Baffert and his team, our friends and family who traveled the country with us to watch him race, and to his many loyal fans who reached out to us over the years,” said Janice McNair. “He’s been at two great farms here in Texas – first Will Farish’s Lane’s End Texas under the excellent care of Danny Shifflett, then after Lane’s End closed, we were fortunate to be able to move him to Douglas Scharbauer’s Valor Farm. We are especially grateful to Farm Manager Donny Denton and the entire crew at Valor for the wonderful care they have given Congaree. We are honored that he has been buried in the cemetery at Valor alongside so many of the great horses owned by the Scharbauer family.”

-Vicky Van Camp
Photos courtesy of Janice McNair/photos by Michael J. Marten

November 24
Wild Tonight (Early Flyer - Wild Time Tonight) won at Remington Park. He is owned by Debbie Strebig, trained by Edward Ross Hardy and bred by E. D. Calvert.

November 7
Triple Happy (Too Much Bling - Happy Wildcat) won at Remington Park. She is owned and bred by Keene Thoroughbreds, LLC and trained by Dallas Keen.

October 24
At It Early (Early Flyer - Toysintheatticus) won at Remington Park. He is owned by End Zone Athletics, Inc., trained by Karl Broberg and bred by Colleen Davidson.

October 22
Bling Moon (Too Much Bling - Red Moon Cat) won at Remington Park. She is owned and bred by Jinger Clemmer, and trained by Keith Asmussen.

October 17
Champagne Bling (Too Much Bling - Imma Be a Wildcat) won at Keeneland. She is owned by Lee Burghardt, trained by Kelli Martinez and bred by Halls Family Trust.

October 14
Miss Aggie Bling (Too Much Bling - Festive Rain) won at Remington Park. She is owned by Debbie Strebig, trained by Edward Ross Hardy and bred by Gigem Racing.

October 10
Douglas Scharbauer's Bobby Brinkley (Shanghai Bobby - Brinkley) won at Remington Park. He is trained by Bret Calhoun.

October 3
Uptownblingithome (Too Much Bling - Island Artist) won at Remington Park. She is owned and bred by Marcus Hutka and John Henningsgard and trained by Carlos Padilla.

October 2
Princess Shakira (My Golden Song - The Cat Who) won at Remington Park. She is owned by Saul Morales, trained by Joshua Randall Duhon and bred by Reina Ticas.

September 27
Miss Aggie Bling (Too Much Bling - Festive Rain) won at Prairie Meadows. She is owned by Debbie Strebig, trained by Edward Ross Hardy and bred by Gigem Racing.

Sunlit Song (My Golden Song - Fly So True) won the Remington Green S. at Remington Park. He is owned by Carolyn Barnett & Becky Harding, trained by Mindy Willis and bred by Carolyn Barnett.

September 19
Douglas Scharbauer's Spotted Bull (Munnings - Spotted Heart) won at Remington on September 19th. He is trained by Bret Calhoun.

September 14
Champagne Bling (Too Much Bling - Imma Be a Wildcat) won at Prairie Meadows. She is owned by D and L Farms, trained by Kelli Martinez and bred by Halls Family Trust.

September 11
Douglas Scharbauer's Stone Cafe (Stonesider - Santacafe) won at Remington Park. He is trained by Bret Calhoun.

September 8
Dontbefoolish (Too Much Bling - Foolish Girl) won at Louisiana Downs. He is owned by Whitley Ranch and Racing LLC, trained by Danny Pish and bred by Danny Shifflett.

September 8
Wink Texas (Too Much Bling - Dixie Miner) won at Louisiana Downs. She is owned by Racing To The Cross, LLC, trained by Jason Meaux and bred by Stephen Baker.

September 4
Carbon Stryker (Crossbow - Whiskey Girl) won at Prairie Meadows. He is owned by Three Feathers Farm, trained by Karl Broberg and bred by Randel Ray Riley.

Bright Bling (Too Much Bling - Bright Perfection) won at Remington Park. She is owned and bred by Douglas Pagel, trained by Francisco Bravo.

August 31
Justonemorepatron (Stonesider - New York Jet) won at Finger Lakes. He is owned and trained by Debra Breed, and bred by Ronald Kiser.

August 30
Douglas Scharbauer's Red Ghost (Ghostzapper - More Than Most) won her first start by 8½ lengths at Saratoga.

August 28
Silver Coin (Too Much Bling - Maebelucky) won at Remington Park. She is owned and bred by Victoria Lynn Heine, and trained by Michael Whitelaw.

August 25
Bayshore Beauty (Congaree - Royal Valentine) won at Finger Lakes. She is owned and trained by Daniel Conway, Jr. and bred by Nicholas Aquilino.

August 23
Golden Lullabye (My Golden Song - Going Away Baby) won the GCFA Texas Bred S. at Gillespie County Fairground. She is owned by Maria Silva, trained by Jose Uriegas, Jr. and bred by Magnolia Racing Stable, LLC.

August 14
Miss Katniss (Crossbow - Maya Mia) won at Evangine Downs. She is owned and trained by Aaron Savoy and bred by Ron Allen.

August 10
Gold Label (My Golden Song - Tastefullyxcessive) won at Arapahoe Park. He is owned by Kevin & Heidi Neff, trained by Heidi Neff and bred by Douglas Scharbauer.

Caleb's a Survivor (Stonesider - Crashing Through) won at Finger Lakes. He is owned and bred by Joseph Gentile, and trained by James Wright.

Meme Jo (Too Much Bling - Honey Gold) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by John Pierce II, trained by Paul Duhon and bred by Jeanne Bruce.

August 9
Bradester's first winner! Cosmetology (Bradester - Fear the Facelift) won at Lone Star Park. She is owned and bred by Blackhorse Farm, LLC and trained by Danny Pish. The 2nd & 3rd place finishers, Thatsalotofbling and Not Enough Bling were by Valor Farm stallion, Too Much Bling.

Two winners by My Golden Song at Gillespie County Fairgrounds. Where's Rufus (My Golden Song - Covetous) is owned and trained by Mark Hibdon and bred by Joe Ward & Jerry Ward. Golden Lullabye (My Golden Song - Going Away Baby) is owned by Sam Sherman, trained by Danny Pish and bred by Magnolia Racing Stables, LLC.

Miss Aggie Bling (Too Much Bling - Festive Rain) won at Prairie Meadows. She is owned by Debbie Strebig, trained by Edward Ross Hardy and bred by Gigem Racing.

August 4
Douglas Scharbauer's Dust 'Em (Too Much Bling, out of Dixie Dust) won at Lone Star Park. He is trained by Bret Calhoun. Crosstime (Crossbow - Bridal Gal) also won at Lone Star Park. He is owned and bred by Julie Whitton and trained by Mark Whitton.

August 3
My Golden Diablo (My Golden Song - Lonestar Rocket) won at Indiana Grand. He is owned and bred by Lewis E. Mathews, Jr. and trained by Chelsey Coady. Darylslittlediablo (Congaree - Catarina Ranch) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Darrell W. Bravenec, trained by Jaime Castellanos and bred by Ed Few.

August 2
Bling Couture (Too Much Bling - Couture Appeal) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned and bred by Hall's Family Trust and trained by Danny Pish. Mr. Scissors (Too Much Bling - Lil' Mary Jane) also won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by End Zone Athletics, Inc., trained by Karl Broberg and bred by Keene Thoroughbreds, LLC.

July 29
Congratulations to Mike Powers and Jerry Gourneau on their two wins at Assiniboia Dows yesterday, with runners by Valor Farm stallions. Gold Buyer (My Golden Song - Most Magic) won the Manitoba Mile S. He was bred by Douglas Scharbauer. Terri's Temper (Too Much Bling - She's a Believer) also won. She was bred by Russell Welch.

July 26
Unapologetically (Too Much Bling - General Reunion) won at Lone Star Park. She is owned by Susan Moulton, trained by Matt Hebert and bred by Magnolia Racing Stable, LLC.

Sunlit Song (My Golden Song - Fly So True) won the Highlander Training Center Assault S. at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Carolyn Barnett & Becky Harding, trained by Mindy Willis and bred by Carolyn Barnett.

July 22
Douglas Scharbauer's Bebop Baby (Too Much Bling - Conquest Bebop) won at Lone Star Park. She is trained by Bret Calhoun.

July 21
Bling Machine (Too Much Bling - Market at Midday) won the Silver Cup Fillies Futurity S. at Arapahoe Park. She is owned by Team Orange Stables, Gary Stevens, Jason Hall and Custom Truck Accessories. She is trained by Ty Garrett and was bred by Bill Vanlandingham, Menoken Farms and Jason Hall.

July 20
Douglas Scharbauer's Bobby Brinkley (Shanghai Bobby - Brinkley) won at Lone Star Park. He is trained by Bret Calhoun.

July 14
Imma Wild Bling (Too Much Bling - Imma Be a Wildcat) won at Fair Meadows. He is owned by James M. Pratt, trained by Jody Pruitt and bred by Hall Family Trust.

July 5
Don't Blame Dexter (My Golden Song - Don't Blame Wayne) won at Gillespie County Fairgrounds. He is owned by Jose Alvarez, trained by Arnold Herrera and bred by Three Freathers Farm.

July 3
Stage Door (Too Much Bling - De Star Xpress) won at Prairie Meadows. He is owned by Hobbs Thoroughbreds, LLC, trained by Jon Arnett and bred by William Hobbs.

July 1
Bling Machine (Too Much Bling - Market at Midday) won at Arapahoe Park. She is owned by Custom Truck Accessories and Jason Hall, trained by Ty Garrett and bred by, Bill Vanlandingham, Menoken Farms & Jason Hall.

June 30
Woods of Congaree (Congaree - Tensas Woodlady) won at Fair Meadows. He is owned by Eric Owens, trained by Martin Lozano and bred by Mr. & Mrs. Steve Martin. Rock the Devil (Too Much Bling - The Devil is Mine) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned and trained by Mike R. Neatherlin and bred by Jaylan Renay Neatherlin.

June 29
Meme Jo (Too Much Bling - Honey Gold) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by John L. Pierce II, trained by Paul Duhon and bred by Jeanne Bruce. Full Trigger (My Golden Song - Dixie Wheat) also won at Lone Star. He is owned by Michael & Linda Mazoch, trained by Austin Gustafson and bred by Dr. Nat Kieffer.

June 28
Mucho Dinero (Early Flyer - Won Peso) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Wayne Sanders & Larry Hirsch and trained by Bret Calhoun. Capt. St. Jacques (My Golden Song - Avis E.) also won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Richard Chandler and trained by Mindy Willis.

June 23
Two My Golden Song winners at Lone Star Park. Caddo Fox (My Golden Song - Sassy Sondra) is owned by Richard Martin & Danny Payne and trained by Danny Payne. Ribbon Cane (My Golden Song - She'samark) is owned by GFB Racing, LLC and trained by Danny Pish.

Island Sun (Too Much Bling - Pacific Sunrise) also won at Lone Star. He is owned by W. S. Farish and trained by Steven Asmussen.

June 21
Damascus Gate (Too Much Bling - Islet) won at Prairie Meadows. She is owned by Hobbs Thoroughbreds, LLC and trained by Jon Arnett.

June 17
Meme Jo (Too Much Bling - Honey Gold) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by John L. Pierce, II and trained by Paul Duhon. R B Too (Too Much Bling - Prahtheta) also won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Glynn Wynn and trained by Karl Broberg.

June 16
Let's Go Alamo (My Golden Song - Forever Since) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Richard Chandler and trained by Mindy Willis.

June 13
Direct Dial (Too Much Bling - Fast Find) won the Spirit of Texas S. at Lone Star Park. He is owned by W. S. Farish and trained by Steven Asmussen.

Wonders of Hislove (Early Flyer - Maymeister) won the Groovy S. He is owned and trained by J. R. Caldwell.

June 12
Kick N Kiss (My Golden Song - Ready for Kisses) won at Evangeline Downs. She is owned by James P. and V. Sue Burns and trained by Sam B. David, Jr.

June 11
Blingitonagain (Too Much Bling - Delitefully Wild) won at Belterra Park. He is owned by Michael J. Friedman and trained by Jeffrey A. Radosevich.

June 10
Flyin' Easy (Early Flyer - Dancin' Daphne) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by HDT Allied Management, LLC and trained by George Bryant.

June 9
Kiss My Bling (Too Much Bling - Kiss Me Chocolate) won at Fair Meadows. She is owned and trained by Arnold Morales.

June 8
Great Affection (Grasshopper - Infectious) won at Lone Star Park. She is owned by W. S. Farish and trained by Steven Asmussen. Meme Jo (Too Much Bling - Honey Gold) also won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by John L. Pierce II and trained by Paul Duhon.

June 3
Tristan's Gold (My Golden Song - Glitter Effort) won at Lone Star Park. She is owned by End Zone Athletics, Inc. and trained by Karl Broberg.

June 2
Storms Golden Boy (My Golden Song - Millenial Storm) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Roger and Sandra Mangum and trained by Ray Bustamante.

June 1
Little Mark (My Golden Song - Deep Finesse) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Big Cigar Stables and trained by Allen Milligan. Golden Lullabye (My Golden Song - Going Away Baby) won at Lone Star Park. She is owned by Sam Sherman and trained by Danny Pish.

May 23
Good Judgment (Too Much Bling - Libbies Mission) won at Lone Star Park. He is owned by Michael Lyons and trained by Steven Asmussen.

May 20
Woods of Congaree (Congaree - Tensas Woodlady) won at Will Rogers Downs. He is owned by Eric Owens and trained by Martin Lozano.

May 11
Silver Luke Silver (Too Much Bling - My Lost Silver) won at Will Rogers Downs. He is owned by Stephen Baker and trained by Brent Davidson.

April 29
Golden Paree (My Golden Song - Grey Paree) and Golden Lullabye (My Golden Song - Going Away Baby) both won at Will Rogers Downs. Golden Paree is owned by Stanley Fisk and trained by Timothy Margin. Golden Lullabye is owned by Sam Sherman and trained by Danny Pish.

April 14
Jomo (Too Much Bling - Great Lady G H) won at Fonner Park. He is owned and trained by Mark N. Hibdon. Burbach (Too Much Bling - Justapurdybirdie) won at Will Rogers Downs. He is owned by Stampede Stable and trained by Mark Buehrer.

April 13
Unbroken Song (My Golden Song - Light Lace) won at Will Rogers Downs. He is owned by Carlton Blake Sanders and trained by Sarah Nicole Davidson.

April 1
Legendary Song (My Golden Song - Pack Your P J's) won at Fonner Park. She is owned and trained by Jerry Gourneau.

March 21
Imma Wild Bling (Too Much Bling - Imma Be a Wildcat) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by James M. Pratt and trained by Jody Pruitt.

March 20
Douglas Scharbauer's Cowgirls Like Us (My Golden Song - Nothinbettertodo) won at Sam Houston. She is trained by Bret Calhoun.

March 18
Three Day Weekend (Early Flyer - Daleo's Angel) won at Sam Houston. He is owned by Horseplayers Racing Club LLC and trained by Danny Pish. My City Girl (My Golden Song - City Girl Pearl) also won at Sam Houston. She is owned by Reynaldo Sandoval and trained by Larry Stroope.

 

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