TENS Fourth; CITRON KID in Friday; July Financials

The KID is in Friday night!

We’ll be breaking again from post 8 with Dean Butler aboard. The race is the 3rd and it’ll be going mile and 16th over the turf. The level is $10,000, a step below where we claimed him, but we’re going after a softer group to try and get a win. A win and we build up his confidence a bit and we could move him back up again. A win and a claim and we’ve made money on him.

TENS ran a very hard luck race earlier today. He broke a bit slow and Dean tried to get him to the rail but was ridden out into the middle of the track by the 3 through the first turn and we started down the backside in last place with too much to do. We closed enough to get to 4th ($880)but certainly not where we wanted to be.

We’ll see how he comes back and maybe get one more in him before the end of the meet. If he’s not ready, we may try and fit in a race at Arlington because Hawthorne won’t open until October 2.

The July financial statement is below. Once again we still do not have a vet bill, but that’ll be added once we get one.

This includes no August numbers including today’s purse transaction for TENS, only what is in the books for July.

CRC 2015 Running financials – July 31

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Financial Statement

Below is the financial statement thus far. We only have one month with a horse so there is not a lot here yet: we don’t have a vet bill yet, but we do have Clay’s bill. The only items added for July are the claim for CITRON KID and the purse money from TENS races.

In other news, we were back in the barn when TENS came back. He was still pretty warm and it took him a while to pee for his test, but he looked good. He was a little keyed up still, but that’s to be expected after a race. He’ll walk for a few more days and then he’ll head back to the track for jogging and galloping.

CRC 2015 Running financials

October Financial Statement

Attached below is the October Financial Statement. As you can tell, we do not have a vet bill yet from Illinois for October but I didn’t want to wait any longer to get these posted.

As we head into the final month of the Club we have 2 healthy horses on winning streaks probably running a bit below their actual value. If this were a private group there is the probability that we may try and move them up the ladder a bit to go after more money – one of the ways this differs a bit from “standard” horse ownership. However it sure has been fun getting on this roll and both girls should be very tempting apples to be picked coming back at this level again in a few weeks.

2014 CBY RC Running Financials October

Tour in Pictures; July Financials

Here are some of the pictures that Heather took on the final tour. I hope that you enjoy them!

Also attached are the July financials. You’ll notice we still do not have a vet bill from the beginning of the season. Hopefully they will start coming in shortly!

Again the Club folks were fortunate enough to see Terice gallop out on the racetrack at the end of morning works.

Again the Club folks were fortunate enough to see Terice gallop out on the racetrack at the end of morning works.

Ted talking to the group - about what>?  Who knows!!??

Ted talking to the group – about what>? Who knows!!??

MARYJEAN out for the people.  She has such a regal appearance and was great with everyone.

MARYJEAN out for the people. She has such a regal appearance and was great with everyone.

MARYJEAN accepting lovin' from the younger set!

MARYJEAN accepting lovin’ from the younger set!

Not to be left out, TERICE basks in the lovin when it was her turn!

Not to be left out, TERICE basks in the lovin when it was her turn!

Here is the July financial statement.

2014 CBY RC Running Financials July

EDDY Returns A-Okay

ASK EDDY came back nicely from his winning effort. Thankfully there was no bleeding again and the ankle appears just dandy. Clay feels that our boy does his best running with three to four weeks rest as opposed to trying to come back in 2 weeks so we’ll be looking at mid-November before his next race and, hopefully 2 – MAYBE 3 – more starts before the end of the group.

While we have some reservations moving him up in class, he did win with a Beyer of 76, his best effort since March of 2012 when he recorded a 91 winning a $30,000 CL race at Oaklawn (where he was claimed). We’ll see how he’s doing and make a determination on whether or not to push him up to $7500 or keep him here at $5000 and try and win a couple of more.

Here is the financial statement through the end of September. Stay tuned after the Breeders’ Cup for information on the 2014 Club.

CBY RC Running Financials – September

Financial Update & Plans

First of all, we apologize that we have gone so long without an update. We spoke with Clay today and his plans are to work Great Bam on either Sunday or Monday depending on the weather and then run him on Friday, December 21, one week from tomorrow.

He has selected that day due to the numerous options that are available. In the Condition Book for that day, you can find a $5,000 claiming race going six furlongs, a $10,000 claiming race going six and one half furlongs and an allowance race going six and one half furlongs.Thus, plenty of options depending on what Clay feels is best.

Entries for Friday, December 21 will be taken on Sunday.

We’ll let you know when we hear more about Clay’s plans.

Here is an update of the group’s finances through the end of November.

Total Balance at Start of November – $26,505.54

November Expenses:

November Training ($30 days $60 per day) – $1,800

Great Bam Shoes – $125

November Veterinarian Expenses:

Bleeding Examinations – $120

Raceday & Anti-Bleeding Medication – $45

Electrolytes, Vitamins and Enzymes – $105

Thyroid Medication, Joint Lubricants and Supplements –  $183.50

Total November Expenses: $2,378.50

Balance as of November 30, 2012 = $24,127.04