03/27/2011 5:51PM

Sunland Park: Plum Pretty dominates Sunland Park Oaks by 25 lengths

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Plum Pretty romps to a 25-length victory in Sunday's Sunland Park Oaks.

Plum Pretty was a 25-length winner of the $200,000 Sunland Park Oaks on Sunday. She was with the pace throughout the 1 1/16-mile stakes and covered the distance on a fast track in 1:43.18.

Martin Garcia rode the winner for Peachtree Stable and trainer Bob Baffert.

It was Baffert’s third win in the Sunland Park Oaks, behind Gabby’s Golden Gal in 2009 and Tough Tiz’s Sis in 2007.

Plum Pretty ($2.10) moved to the lead soon after the start and raced with Icelain Diva through fractions of 23.06 seconds for the opening quarter and 46.83 for the half-mile. Plum Pretty shook that rival soon afterward, was clear of the field approaching the quarter pole, and increased her margin to the wire. It was the first career stakes win for Plum Pretty, who in her last start was third in the Grade 1 Las Virgenes at Santa Anita on Feb. 5.

Plum Pretty paid $2.10, $2.10, and $2.10 as the heavy favorite. She triggered a negative place pool of $590 and a negative show pool of $9,155.

Paloma Mesa finished second in the Sunland Park Oaks.

Four straight for Twelve Twenty Two

Twelve Twenty Two ($7.80) won her fourth consecutive race in the $100,000 Harry Henson for fillies and mares, when she stalked a hot pace and went on to a 5 1/2-length win over favorite American Story.

Twelve Twenty Two stalked Hayley’s Halo through fractions of 22.15 seconds for the opening quarter, 44.98 for the half-mile, and 1:10.08 for six furlongs before going on to win the one-mile race in 1:36.49.

Julien Leparoux rode the winner for the partnership of J. Kirk Robison and Henry Dominguez. Dominguez also trains Twleve Twenty Two.

Marr, Madeira sweep Breeders’ stakes

The trainer-jockey team of Joel Marr and Carlos Madeira swept the pair of 3-year-old New Mexico-bred stakes on the card Sunday. Attitude E Race ($50) accounted for the $100,000 Breeders’ Derby, while Iplaytricks($14.80) was a 4 3/4-length winner of the $100,000 Breeders’ Oaks. Both horses race for the partnership of Joe Allen and Michael Stinson.

* Shemoves ($27.80) stormed to two-length, wire-to-wire win in the $125,000 La Conjea for New Mexico-bred fillies and mares, covering 5 1/2 furlongs in a sharp 1:03.64. Ramsey Zimmerman rode the winner for trainer Weston Martin.