06/23/2007 12:00AM

Who's Happy ups streak in Foxy J.G.


Who's Happy stretched her winning streak to four by running down Holy Christmas for a 1 1/2-length score in the $60,000 Foxy J.G. Stakes at Philadelphia Park.

Who's Happy was reserved early by jockey Oliver Castillo in the 1 1/16-mile Foxy J.G., a mile and 70-yard race for Pennsylvania-bred 3-year-old fillies. She moved up into the second flight between horses nearing the far turn, came four wide into the stretch, then overhauled Holy Christmas in the final furlong for the win.

Holy Christmas, the 5-2 favorite, opened a clear lead nearing the stretch, but could not keep pace with the winner while second best in the field of seven. Syd N Carly's Rose, a close second choice in the betting, saved ground while racing within striking position, but lacked a bid and finished third, beaten four lengths.

Who's Happy paid $8.60 to win and was timed in 1:43.29. After losing the first three starts of her career sprinting, Who's Happy is unbeaten since being stretched out around two turns by trainer Tim Woolley in April. Who's Happy has now won 4 of 7 starts for Fiasco Farms Ltd. and has earnings of $121,032.