The decision to increase the purse of the Arapahoe Park Classic from $30,000 to $50,000 for Sunday&rsquo;s running has helped the track lure one of the best bred horses to ever race in Colorado. Schramsberg, a son of Storm Cat and champion Serena&rsquo;s Song, is set to make his stakes debut against nine others in the mile and an eighth race. He was a private purchase from the Robert and Beverly Lewis Trust this spring, and ships to Arapahoe off a first&#45;level allowance win at Prairie Meadows. &ldquo;The idea is we want to try to get a little black type,&rdquo; said Chris Hartman, who trains the 4&#45;year&#45;old Schramsberg for Bobby Joe Hammer. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s obviously got the pedigree to be a stud horse, hopefully in the New Mexico&#45;Colorado area, so we want to give him exposure in that kind of spot. We want to give him a little exposure out there and see how it works out.&rdquo; Schramsberg should get good support in the Classic for his front&#45;running win at Prairie on July 16. He led throughout the one&#45;mile race and earned a Beyer Figure of 82. The number is the best last&#45;race Beyer in the Classic. &ldquo;When they pushed the purse over to $50,000, that makes for some black type and that made all the difference,&rdquo; Hartman said referring to the requirement for stakes recognition in major sales catalogs. &ldquo;We wouldn&rsquo;t have scrambled up there for $30,000.&rdquo; Track officials increased the purse of the race this meet because of elevated handle figures at Arapahoe.Schramsberg won his maiden in February on Golden Gate Field&rsquo;s synthetic Tapeta surface. The win came in his fourth career start, and after a few more races between Golden Gate and Hollywood Park he shipped to Prairie Meadows. &ldquo;They thought he didn&rsquo;t like the synthetic, and I&rsquo;ve got to agree with them,&rdquo; said Hartman. Hartman said he likes how Schramsberg has trained up to the Classic, which will be his first start at a mile and an eighth. His dam, Serena&rsquo;s Song, won the Jim Beam, Black&#45;Eyed Susan, Mother Goose, Gazelle, Beldame, Pimlico Distaff, and Fleur de Lis at the distance en route to her career record of 18 wins and earnings of $3,283,388. Her top runners as a broodmare include Grade 2 winners Harlington and Grand Reward. Others in the Classic include regional stakes winners Dance to the Star, Shivers Me, Toccet to Me, Hezamazing, Cheatin a Little and Singin Vicar.