Updated on 09/16/2011 8:47AM

All six have a shot in Ladnesian


VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Sunday's $35,000 Ladnesian Stakes for 2-year-old colts and geldings is up for grabs, as all six horses entered appear to have a legitimate shot at winning the

6 1/2-furlong feature at Hastings Park.

Johnny's Cache could go favored. In his only start, he scored a 1 3/4-length win for $35,000 on the 3 1/2-furlong nursery course, and came back to work an excellent six furlongs in 1:14.20. He started his career in trainer Jim Brown's barn but was claimed for $35,000 by Toni Jacobson Cloutier, who was acting on behalf of Jane Foxwell's Salmon River Ranch.

"She [Foxwell] picked him out," said assistant trainer Mark Cloutier. "She had been shopping around for a nice horse to buy, but had been turned down a couple of times and decided to claim one instead. He's by Regal Intention and that's what first caught her attention. He had a nice work and hopefully he'll run a decent race."

Turbulent Sky won his debut by 5 1/4 lengths in a $25,000 maiden race going six furlongs. He's trained by the all-time leader in stakes wins at Hastings Park, Harold Barroby.

Royal Justin beat $15,000 maidens in his only start and drew the rail, where he figures to make good use of his speed.

Proclaimer is a half-brother to 1995 B.C. Derby winner Flying Sauce and was sent off at 4-5 when he debuted in a six-furlong maiden special weight race. He finished a close third but was running strongly at the finish and could easily improve enough to win this race.

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