02/15/2015 10:56AM

Promise Me Silver remains undefeated with Two Altazano victory

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Promise Me Silver wins the Two Altazano division of the Texas Stallion Stakes by 9 3/4 lengths Saturday at Sam Houston Race Park.

Promise Me Silver remained undefeated in six career starts Saturday night, when the 3-year-old filly won the $75,000 Two Altazano division of the Texas Stallion Stakes at Sam Houston Race Park by 9 3/4 lengths. It was the fifth straight stakes win for Promise Me Silver, who races for her breeders, Myrna and Robert Luttrell.

“We’ve been waiting for her for a long time,” said Robert Luttrell.

The Two Altazano was one of three restricted stakes on the card at Sam Houston. Supermason was a 14-length winner of the Jim’s Orbit division of the Texas Stallion Stakes, while Magna Breeze set a new course record winning the $50,000 Jersey Village.

Promise Me Silver ($2.10) broke well and was prominent throughout, racing with the leaders through an opening quarter in 23.09 seconds in the seven-furlong race. Promise Me Silver took over through a half-mile in 46.14, then came home in hand in 1:25.09.

“She's got a lot of class,” said Cliff Berry, who was aboard Promise Me Silver for trainer Bret Calhoun. “She's a racehorse.”

Promise Me Silver's stakes streak includes the Debutante at Churchill Downs and the Dixie Belle at Oaklawn Park. She is a daughter of Silver City, and she now has career earnings of $259,355.

Supermason led a Calhoun sweep of the 3-year-old stakes on the card with his win in the Jim’s Orbit. The horse always was prominent while covering seven furlongs on a fast track in 1:23.56. Lindey Wade rode the winner for Brad Grady. Supermason won over Flying Frenchman and paid $3.

Magna Breeze ($4.80) set a new course record for 1 1/16 miles on turf at Sam Houston when he won the Jersey Village on firm ground in 1:42.80.

Berry was aboard for trainer Mike Maker. Magna Breeze, who rallied for a 1 1/2-length win over Rule Breaker, races for William Butler. The Jersey Village was for 4-year-olds and up bred in Texas.

Daisy1Oopsy . More than 1 year ago
Congratulations to Promise Me Silver winning by 9 3/4ths lengths. Maybe this is the year of the grays, my faves of course. And to the breeders and owners Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell, she is well worth the wait and a lovely talented filly. This Texan will be rooting for her. Linda in Texas.
mike More than 1 year ago
Hi Linda
tommy More than 1 year ago
Promise me silver is better than take charge Brandi !!!!