Wasted Tears could be heading to Southern California one more time before the year is out. The Texas-based Wasted Tears, who won the Grade 2 John C. Mabee at Del Mar in August, could run next in the Grade 1, $250,000 Matriarch at Hollywood Park on Nov. 26, said her trainer, Bart Evans.\r\n&ldquo;That&rsquo;s a possibility, that&rsquo;s what&rsquo;s left for the year for us,&rdquo; said Evans.\r\nWasted Tears is based at Retama Park and is due to return to the San Antonio-area track in the next week. She last raced on Oct. 9, and was fifth, beaten 1 1/4 lengths, in the Grade 1 First Lady at Keeneland.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s at the farm, chilling out for a while,&rdquo; Evans said. &ldquo;She appears to be doing great, and feeling good. She was bouncing all over Keeneland after the race.&rdquo;\r\nWasted Tears had won seven straight races heading into the First Lady, including the Grade 2 Jenny Wiley at Keeneland, the Grade 3 Honey Fox at Gulfstream Park, and the Grade 3 Ouija Board Distaff at Lone Star Park.\r\nThe Matriarch will be run at a mile on turf, the distance over which Wasted Tears won the Honey Fox and Ouija Board.\r\nEvans also bred and owns Wasted Tears, a winner of 11 of 17 starts and $720,598. She began her career at Retama in the fall of 2007, and won her debut over the local turf course then ran second in the track&rsquo;s La Senorita.\r\nThis year&rsquo;s La Senorita and El Joven, which are turf routes for 2-year-olds, will be held Saturday night at Retama.\r\nJonesboro will stand in Arkansas\r\nJonesboro, who is the most accomplished offspring of the champion racemare Mom&rsquo;s Command, is calling it a career. He has been retired and will enter stud next year at Lake Hamilton Equine in Hot Springs, Ark., his owner, Mike Langford, said Monday.\r\nJonesboro has been a constant in the Midwest stakes ranks since his 2005 win in the Northern Spur at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark. He hit a career high last year, when he won the Grade 2 Cornhusker at Prairie Meadows with a Beyer Figure of 109. The horse, who is 8, won 14 of 50 starts and $1,550,685.\r\n&ldquo;He had so many good races, but the Cornhusker was an awful good race,&rdquo; said Randy Morse, who trained Jonesboro.\r\nJonesboro won 10 stakes in all, including the Grade 3 Razorback Handicap at Oaklawn in 2008, and the Grade 3 Texas Mile in 2009. He also won stakes at Delta, Ellis, Louisiana Downs, and Remington.\r\n&ldquo;He never would have been the horse he was without Randy Morse,&rdquo; Langford said. &ldquo;Randy did a tremendous job with him. He very much took care of that horse, had his best interest at heart.&rdquo;\r\nJonesboro is by the Fappiano stallion Sefapiano. His dam, Mom&rsquo;s Command, was the champion 3-year-old filly of 1985. Langford purchased Jonesboro as a yearling at Keeneland for $27,000. The horse, who last raced on Sept. 12 and finished sixth in the $100,000 Premiere Cup at Zia, is named for the owner&rsquo;s hometown in Arkansas. He will stand for a fee of $1,500 as the property of Langford, who plans to buy some broodmares at Keeneland in November to breed to Jonesboro.\r\n&ldquo;He was a very honest horse and he always tried, and he was very smart,&rdquo; Langford said. &ldquo;I hope he passes that on to his progeny.&rdquo;\r\nJonesboro for years has been a stable star for Morse, whose other millionaire trainee was Morluc.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s been in that first stall for a long time,&rdquo; Morse said of Jonesboro.\r\nPleasant Storm tops Classics card\r\nThe fields for the $1 million Oklahoma Classics Night program of eight divisional stakes at Remington were drawn Tuesday morning, with Pleasant Storm heading the $175,000 Classic. The card will be the richest Thoroughbred program ever held in Oklahoma.\r\nThe purses for Classics Night, which last year was worth a cumulative $570,000, were boosted due to supplements received from several tribal-owned offtrack betting sites in Oklahoma.\r\nThe stakes action Friday night begins with the third race, the $90,000 Lassie. The Classic, for 3-year-olds and up at 1 1/16 miles, goes as the 10th race. Pleasant Storm, the winner of last year&rsquo;s Juvenile on Classics Night, drew post 4 in a field of 10. Trainer Joe Petalino has given the mount to Bryan McNeil. Pleasant Storm&rsquo;s chief rival could be J J&rsquo;s Indy, a Brent Charlton-trained runner who will be ridden by Dale Cordova.\r\nOther top match-ups on the card include Miranda Diane and Shotgun Gulch in the $130,000 Filly Sprint. Peach Brew, meanwhile, will defend her title in the $145,000 Distaff. All of the races on the card Friday are restricted to horses bred in Oklahoma.\r\nThe forecast for Friday is a high of 75 degrees and a low of 58, with a 40 percent chance of scattered thunderstorms, according to weather.com. First post is 6:30 p.m. Central.