|Date||Track||Type of Race||Finish||Earnings|
|Jun 8, 2018||GP||Md 12500||2||$3,230|
|Jul 5, 2018||GP||Md 20000||7||$500|
|Jul 20, 2018||GP||Md 12500||2||$4,160|
|Total Earnings for Hibiscus Stables||$7,890|
All in Girl breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 38.50 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 9th best out of 9 at the distance.
We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I’ve been trying to get her into a race but it hasn’t filled and hasn’t yet been brought back. So I gave her a leg-stretcher this morning just to let off a little steam. She’s doing very well.”
Steve will keep All in Girl fresh as we wait for the appropriate race to become available for her to run next.
All in Girl ran a respectable second at Gulfstream Park on Friday losing to a very well-meant first time starter. Breaking from post 8 All in Girl was never far back, came six or seven wide into the lane, and got up for second on the far outside.
We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I wasn’t sure of what to make of Little Neck. Her breezes were lights out and it didn’t make sense that she was in this race. She’s obviously the real deal.”
We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “I didn’t expect the first-time starter to go out and do what she did. I truly thought it was our race to lose. It’s surprising and disappointing. But it was a really exciting race. The partners had a great thrill. We’ll bank the second place money and come back and try it again.”
All in Girl earned $4,160 for Friday’s second place finish.
We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.