03/05/2007 1:00AM

Super Freaky improves on turf


ARCADIA, Calif. - Super Freaky, beaten in her first three stakes appearances, won her turf stakes debut in Sunday's $113,400 La Habra Stakes at Santa Anita, a race marred by a breakdown and a disqualification.

Super Freaky ($15.40) ran about 6 1/2 furlongs on the hillside turf course in 1:12.66 under jockey Jon Court. She avoided the trouble that plagued some runners.

Super Freaky was second early, behind a torrid pace of 20.99 and 42.74 seconds set by Voulez Vous, and took the lead when the field crossed onto the main turf oval.

Macadamia, the longest shot in the field at 52-1, finished second but was disqualified and placed sixth for causing interference in the stretch. The disqualification resulted in Pay Wright and Seaside Affair being promoted to second and third in the field of 11 3-year-old fillies.

Super Freaky has won 2 of 7 starts and $134,640 for owners Pablo Suarez and Alex Vennari and trainer Doug O'Neill.

Voulez Vous did not finish. She was pulled up in the stretch and was diagnosed with a cannon bone injury to her right foreleg. Voulez Vous, trained by Patrick Biancone for a partnership, was euthanized, track stewards said.