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Hey Hey Mama, Too Wild For Words Victorious over Weekend / Tuesday, May 31, 2011



It was an exciting weekend for WPT and Partners, winning three races at three different venues. The weekend was highlighted by veteran campaigner Awesome Gem's victory in the $300,000 Lone Star Park Handicap (gr. IIII) on Memorial Day.
  
Four-year-old filly Hey Hey Mama started things off the right way with a 2 ¼ length ma
iden breaking win at Woodbine on Saturday in her Polytrack debut. A daughter of Rock Hard Ten, Hey Hey Mama campaigns for trainer Mark Casse. She’s been a bit of an under-performer, so it was nice to finally see her step up and break her maiden. We expect to see her back in action at Woodbine in a few weeks. CHART

Too Wild For Words is now a PERFECT 4 for 4 over Arlington’s Polytrack. The son of Offlee Wild dueled for the lead early on before pulling away in the stretch in the “two other than” allowance on Monday. Under jockey Seth Martinez (regular rider Junior Alvarado is out with a broken collar bone), our bay gelding solidified his love for the artificial surface. After a mediocre winter with him on dirt and turf in Florida, we’re excited to see him back to his winning ways. It ‘s going to be a fun summer with him and we look forward to seeing him go 5 for 5 over the Poly. CHART



It was an exciting weekend for WPT and Partners, winning three races at three different venues. The weekend was highlighted by veteran campaigner Awesome Gem's victory in the $300,000 Lone Star Park Handicap (gr. IIII) on Memorial Day.
  
Four-year-old filly Hey Hey Mama started things off the right way with a 2 ¼ length ma
iden breaking win at Woodbine on Saturday in her Polytrack debut. A daughter of Rock Hard Ten, Hey Hey Mama campaigns for trainer Mark Casse. She’s been a bit of an under-performer, so it was nice to finally see her step up and break her maiden. We expect to see her back in action at Woodbine in a few weeks. CHART

Too Wild For Words is now a PERFECT 4 for 4 over Arlington’s Polytrack. The son of Offlee Wild dueled for the lead early on before pulling away in the stretch in the “two other than” allowance on Monday. Under jockey Seth Martinez (regular rider Junior Alvarado is out with a broken collar bone), our bay gelding solidified his love for the artificial surface. After a mediocre winter with him on dirt and turf in Florida, we’re excited to see him back to his winning ways. It ‘s going to be a fun summer with him and we look forward to seeing him go 5 for 5 over the Poly. CHART



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