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Apparently trainer J. C. (Jennie) Green is more than just a pretty face. Celebrating her training victory of QUIPPI (6th race on Wednesday) at The Derby restaurant last night, things got rough after she was involved in an altercation with one of the patrons. Anonymous sources have told me that Jennie turned over a table or two on her way to the offending party, which resulted in her being escorted out of the place by Arcadia’s finest. I’m told an arrest was made but no time was spent in the Greybar Hotel (other favorite terms include “the shade”, “hoosegow” and “Big House”). I’ll go out on a limb and take a wild guess that alcohol may have been involved.

Green, who was formerly a waitress at Santa Anita’s Sirona restaurant, got her start in the training game by tutoring under Julio Canani. She has been out on her own for a year or two and has had moderate success. Like most who run afoul of the law these days, look for Jennie to enroll in some kind of alcohol education/treatment program and anger management classes. Why not, it seems to works for everyone else.

Two riding wins for Saul Arias, who’s had a quiet meet compared to his longshot bonanza here last year…Jeff Mullins got two training wins with favorites YODELEN DAN and EL GATO FAMOSO…impressive feature-race win by CANTABRIA, who might develop into an important horse for Frankel…old pro DEBONAIR JOE got back into the winner’s circle yesterday. He’s been everything from a Grade I winner to a mid-grade claimer while banking over $550,000 in his long career…loved the way juvenile filly STAR OF MUQTARIB won the opener despite breaking a few lengths slow. She acts like a very nice Cal-bred for trainer Frank Monteleone, who is having an outstanding meet.

BORDONARO will skip Saturday’s Potrero Grande after drawing the rail post. He will ship to Oaklawn for Friday’s Count Fleet Handicap, which he won last year.

In today’s Santa Anita notes, trainer Bill Currin laments all the time his Derby hopeful STORMELLO has spent on airplanes, estimated at about 40 hours in his two cross-country trips to Florida and back. Didn’t Currin figure this out before planning the trips? And now STORMELLO is back training at Hollywood Park, which would mean a third flight if he goes to Kentucky. We said this going in, but why didn’t he stay home and run in Saturday’s Santa Anita Derby, which is coming up very light. Talk about mismanagement–this horse has no shot in Louisville.

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Wow! We may have witnessed a superstar in the making when MAGNIFICIENCE blew away a shallow field in Sunday’s Santa Paula, running 6 1/2 furlongs in 1:14.61 to shatter Sardula’s stakes record. After her sensational maiden victory, the Headley-trained filly broke much better this time, showed excellent tactical speed to press leader COCO BELLE, then turned on the afterburners at the top of the lane to dominate. The scary thing is that she looks and strides like a router, so we may not have seen her best yet. Trainer Bruce Headley has his hands on a good one, and it couldn’t come along at a better time for him or rider Alex Solis. Solis has had a slow few months but this might be the kind of horse to jump start his business.

Another impressive 3-year-old filly on the card was easy winner YOU ARE THE ANSWER, who dominated allowance foes coming down the hill in the 8th race. She was one of two winners on the card for Doug O’Neill, who has opened up a 20-win margin in the trainer standings.

The public had it right all day, with six betting favorites reporting home on top…Steve Knapp snapped a prolonged losing streak (excluding Bettersweetmoment) when LITE MAN took the opener…have you ever seen a worse weekend race than the maiden claimer wrapping up the card? Absolutely embarrassing when STERLING ASSET, who ran last beaten 14 lengths in her debut nearly 14 months ago, was sent off at 4/5 and looked every bit of it…it looks like Joe Talamo, the sensational 17-year-old apprentice who won four races last week, will return to SoCal after fulfilling a week or so of commitments in New York. Wise decision, young man.

Trainer Melody Conlon has had a very productive meet, winning at least a couple of races for owner John Leviakis. We first became aware of this owner’s affinity for huge wagers back at Del Mar when he crushed his import Captain Kurt, who had to settle for second that day. On Sunday, Leviakis reportedly cashed a check for $125,000 at the track, put it all through the windows and cashed out for somewhere in the neighborhood of $350,000. How much did he tip the clerk who shut down his window to handle all the action? Would you believe $100? How about for the security guard who escorted him to his car after the windfall score? A handshake and a thank you. Now I know why this guy has so much money.

Thanks to reader Ira for this scoop, taken from UAE trainer Satish Seemar’s website:

The only other thoroughbred runner on the night was Thor’s Echo, who managed sixth to Kelly’s Landing in the US$2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen.

“Everything was fine with him, and he ran okay,” commented Seemar. “I just don’t think he got fully acclimatised. So he will go back to America now, and resume his career with Doug O’Neill.”Â

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