06/29/2005 12:00AM

Lincoln track report


Trainer Bill Conyers has had a lock on Nebraska's 2-year-old division this year, winning all three of the juvenile races run at the Lincoln meet, including a pair last weekend.

Conyers sent out first-time starter Silver Angel ($5.40) to win the opening race on Saturday. A gray daughter of Miesque's Son, Silver Angel was purchased from the 2004 Keeneland September sales for $3,000.

On Sunday, Conyers saddled Thoughtuwasatoad to a second career victory in the $12,500 Capitol City Futurity. A son of Favorite Trick, Thoughtuwasatoad broke like a rocket and drew off to win by 7 1/2 lengths as the 8-5 second choice.

This weekend features Sunday's $10,000 State Fair Marathon Series Handicap at two miles, which drew 11 nominations. Heading the list is two-time defending champion My Dad's Bad, from the barn of Lalita Ontiveros. My Dad's Bad has a career mark of 2-0-0 from his three starts at the marathon distance.

Steve Hall claimed Old Man's Delite late in the Fonner Park meet, and the horse should provide a stiff challenge to My Dad's Bad. Old Man's Delite owns a victory at Prairie Meadows last year going the marathon distance.

Monday's Holiday card will be highlighted by the $15,000 State Fair Board Handicap, where Thundering Verzy will shoulder top weight of 121 pounds for trainer Dan Coughlin. The race drew 11 nominations, including High Dice, who won this race in 2001 and 2003. High Dice, 10, made a big run in the Big Red Mile on May 10 to finish third, beaten a neck.