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Feb 7th, 16
Habits Secret, under jockey Cristian Esqueda, winning the $25,000 Sawgrass Stakes Sunday afternoon at Hialeah Park.

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HIALEAH, FL—FEBRUARY 7, 2016—Multiple stakes winner Habits Secret defeated a tough field Sunday when he raced to a neck win over Eyesa Famous Eagle in the $25,000 Sawgrass Stakes at Hialeah Park. Daytona B and Parti Favor finished half-a-length back in a dead-heat for third.

Ridden by jockey Cristian Esqueda, the 6-year-old horse by No Secrets Here, covered the 440 yards in :21.596 seconds, a 95 speed index into a 12 mph crosswind.

Trainer Sergio Concepcion saddled Habits Secret to his 10th career win for owner Ricardo Martinez. Winner of last year's Hialeah Derby, Habits Secret pocketed $16,960 on Sunday to bring his career earning mark to $324,374.


The winning connections of Habits Secret accept the Sawgrass Stakes trophy Sunday at Hialeah Park.
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Vessels Stallion Farm, LLC bred Habits Secret in California from the Apollo (TB) mare Habitual Dreamer. Also the winner of the Bradford Stakes and the Governors Stakes, he has compiled a (23) 10-4-4 record.

Making his first start since a second place effort to Daytona B in the $353,500 Grade 1 Bank of America Challenge Championship at Lone Star Park last November, Eyesa Famous Eagle earned $5,035 for second.

Judd Kearl conditions the One Famous Eagle gelding for owner Cesar Dabdoub. The multiple stakes winning Texas-bred is out of Eyesa Glass, by Eyesa Special. Ridden by Rodrigo Vallejo, the 5-year-old has earned nearly $180,000.

Daytona B and Parti Favor each earned $1,855 for their dead-heat.

Heavy post-time favorite, Grade 1 winner Daytona B, was never in contention after hopping at the start under jockey Francisco Ramirez, Jr. Coming off three straight stakes wins, the son of First Down Dash was making his first start for trainer Yoani Abreu. Gregorio Garcia Garza owns the nine-time winner of nearly $490,000. Bielau Oaks bred Daytona B in Texas from the Toast To Dash mare Dashing Pana.

Parti Favor, entered the race off a third place effort in the Hialeah Junior Maturity on January 17. Joe M. Davis owns-and-trains the Pyc Paint Your Wagon 4-year-old from the Feature Mr Jess mare Funparty. Rolando Pina had the riding assignment. Jesse Miles is the breeder.

Dynasty Of Habits and Streakin Regard completed the field.
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HIALEAH, FL—FEBRUARY 7, 2016—Multiple stakes winner Habits Secret defeated a tough field Sunday when he raced to a neck win over Eyesa Famous Eagle in the $25,000 Sawgrass Stakes at Hialeah Park. Daytona B and Parti Favor finished half-a-length back in a dead-heat for third.

Ridden by jockey Cristian Esqueda, the 6-year-old horse by No Secrets Here, covered the 440 yards in :21.596 seconds, a 95 speed index into a 12 mph crosswind.

Trainer Sergio Concepcion saddled Habits Secret to his 10th career win for owner Ricardo Martinez. Winner of last year's Hialeah Derby, Habits Secret pocketed $16,960 on Sunday to bring his career earning mark to $324,374.

The winning connections of Habits Secret accept the Sawgrass Stakes trophy Sunday at Hialeah Park.
© Coady Photography
Vessels Stallion Farm, LLC bred Habits Secret in California from the Apollo (TB) mare Habitual Dreamer. Also the winner of the Bradford Stakes and the Governors Stakes, he has compiled a (23) 10-4-4 record.

Making his first start since a second place effort to Daytona B in the $353,500 Grade 1 Bank of America Challenge Championship at Lone Star Park last November, Eyesa Famous Eagle earned $5,035 for second.

Judd Kearl conditions the One Famous Eagle gelding for owner Cesar Dabdoub. The multiple stakes winning Texas-bred is out of Eyesa Glass, by Eyesa Special. Ridden by Rodrigo Vallejo, the 5-year-old has earned nearly $180,000.

Daytona B and Parti Favor each earned $1,855 for their dead-heat.

Heavy post-time favorite, Grade 1 winner Daytona B, was never in contention after hopping at the start under jockey Francisco Ramirez, Jr. Coming off three straight stakes wins, the son of First Down Dash was making his first start for trainer Yoani Abreu. Gregorio Garcia Garza owns the nine-time winner of nearly $490,000. Bielau Oaks bred Daytona B in Texas from the Toast To Dash mare Dashing Pana.

Parti Favor, entered the race off a third place effort in the Hialeah Junior Maturity on January 17. Joe M. Davis owns-and-trains the Pyc Paint Your Wagon 4-year-old from the Feature Mr Jess mare Funparty. Rolando Pina had the riding assignment. Jesse Miles is the breeder.

Dynasty Of Habits and Streakin Regard completed the field.

- See more at: http://stallionesearch.com/default.asp?section=6&area=4&story=18843#sthash.hgzpYq9K.dpufHIALEAH, FL—FEBRUARY 7, 2016—Multiple stakes winner Habits Secret defeated a tough field Sunday when he raced to a neck win over Eyesa Famous Eagle in the $25,000 Sawgrass Stakes at Hialeah Park. Daytona B and Parti Favor finished half-a-length back in a dead-heat for third.

Ridden by jockey Cristian Esqueda, the 6-year-old horse by No Secrets Here, covered the 440 yards in :21.596 seconds, a 95 speed index into a 12 mph crosswind.

Trainer Sergio Concepcion saddled Habits Secret to his 10th career win for owner Ricardo Martinez. Winner of last year's Hialeah Derby, Habits Secret pocketed $16,960 on Sunday to bring his career earning mark to $324,374.

The winning connections of Habits Secret accept the Sawgrass Stakes trophy Sunday at Hialeah Park.
© Coady Photography
Vessels Stallion Farm, LLC bred Habits Secret in California from the Apollo (TB) mare Habitual Dreamer. Also the winner of the Bradford Stakes and the Governors Stakes, he has compiled a (23) 10-4-4 record.

Making his first start since a second place effort to Daytona B in the $353,500 Grade 1 Bank of America Challenge Championship at Lone Star Park last November, Eyesa Famous Eagle earned $5,035 for second.

Judd Kearl conditions the One Famous Eagle gelding for owner Cesar Dabdoub. The multiple stakes winning Texas-bred is out of Eyesa Glass, by Eyesa Special. Ridden by Rodrigo Vallejo, the 5-year-old has earned nearly $180,000.

Daytona B and Parti Favor each earned $1,855 for their dead-heat.

Heavy post-time favorite, Grade 1 winner Daytona B, was never in contention after hopping at the start under jockey Francisco Ramirez, Jr. Coming off three straight stakes wins, the son of First Down Dash was making his first start for trainer Yoani Abreu. Gregorio Garcia Garza owns the nine-time winner of nearly $490,000. Bielau Oaks bred Daytona B in Texas from the Toast To Dash mare Dashing Pana.

Parti Favor, entered the race off a third place effort in the Hialeah Junior Maturity on January 17. Joe M. Davis owns-and-trains the Pyc Paint Your Wagon 4-year-old from the Feature Mr Jess mare Funparty. Rolando Pina had the riding assignment. Jesse Miles is the breeder.

Dynasty Of Habits and Streakin Regard completed the field.

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