02/27/2002 1:00AM

Fonner Park track report


GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - It's time to add paper to 12-year-old Idorunrun's foal papers. The aptly named gelding trained by John Garroutte filled up all of the remaining room on his foal papers last Saturday when his 29th career victory had to be added.

The Jockey Club foal paper certificate on which a horse's wins are recorded have a total of 29 spaces to log a horse's career. A hard-trying son of Comet Kat, out of the Cool Moon mare Moon 'n Sea, Idorunrun has earned all of his $104,099 career bankroll the hard way.

A veteran of 102 starts with a record of 29-13-11, Idorunrun won his first race nearly 10 years ago at the now-closed Aksarben on July 16, 1992. His biggest winning purse is the $3,720 he earned for winning a $9,500 claiming race at Aksarben.

Idorunrun has been in Garroutte's barn for most of the horse's career. In 1996 he was claimed in the spring at Oaklawn Park for $6,250 but Garroutte got him back later that summer for $4,000 at Columbus.

His $4 mutuel here Saturday was certainly no surprise. Idorunrun's is 17-8-6 from 45 starts at Fonner Park.

* Tammy White moved into a tie atop the trainer standings with three wins last weekend. White brought a good-sized stable here from Portland Meadows and shares the leader board with Milton Gaede at four wins each. Five others are tied for second with three wins apiece.

Perry Compton remains on top in the rider standings with a 20-11 edge over Ken Shino. Compton has led the standings the past two years.