Blinkers On horse racing partnerships Last One Standing goes 108.4 at Los Alamitos for his 3rd win. It's on to Santa Anita with Right Hand Man shooting for his 2nd stakes win in the Speakeasy.

On Friday Last One Standing went coast to coast at Los Alamitos getting his 3rd win for the horse racing partnership. Last One Standing covered the 6 furlongs in a quick 1:08.4 winning by an easy 2 3/4 lengths. Last One Standing will make his next start at Santa Anita in mid October. Congratulations to the Blinkers On Partners!

In other racing news...Jet Ski will kick off the Santa Anita fall meet for the horse racing partnership on 10/7 in a MSW (CA) race for 2 year old's going a mile on the main track. Jet Ski ran 2nd in his last start sprinting and has been screaming out for more distance but there hasn't been a route race for for Cal-bred 2 year old's for some unknown reason. He should love the added ground being a full brother to G3 route winner Poshky. Next up will be Right Hand Man, he will be gunning for his second stakes win in the $75,000 Speakeasy Stake going 6 furlongs at Santa Anita on 10/16. Our 2 year old son of Street Boss is training lights out and should be one tough customer will his speed. Plane Lucky is also training very well and will try and knock out that 1st condition allowance win when she goes to post sometime in mid October. Decoded will also make her next start in Santa Anita's second condition book when she try's to to get that MSW (CA) win. She ran 4th as the favorite last out at Los Alamitos when, after getting pinched at the start, got too far back and ran out of real estate when she came rolling home. The 5 1/2 furlong was probably too short anyway and with a clean break and an extra furlong she should get the job done. Gee Street and Maven Harry are training at Pleasanton with conditioner Jeff Bonde. Both horses showed speed in their last race then didn't finish. Jeff is tweaking a few things and hopefully they show more down the lane in their next works. Based on these works we will point to a race. Finally, our big boy, Gator Don't Play, is up to 5 furlongs in his works at San Luis Rey and is being sent to Richard Baltas's barn at Santa Anita this week. Our 2 year old son of Decarchy has been training forwardly and should be ready for his first start in about a month.

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