Digital Downs 2yo Sprint Championship Final

Digital Downs welcomes the ladies to the sprint final where they take their chances for the $500,000 pot.

As you would expect of a final, it is full of class animals, any which could take this if bringing their best form to the race. It’s great to see Nemesis warmed with 2 in what will be his first full season of racing, showing through hard work, new players can achieve top results.

7 different stables will be represented in this 10 horse championship field. We are going 6 furlongs over turf at Belmont with only the best jockeys getting the mounts. Let’s take a look at the top 2yo filly virtual racehorse sprinters at Digital Downs!

12/22/2020Calder DD6f = 1200mTurf FirmDigital Downs Sprint Championship 2yo Fillies

Purse 500000  2yo Fillies Wt 118lbs. For Registered DD Breds only    Min entries: 5   
Max gate: 10   Stakes    Split : No   

Final Entries:

1Dazzling EliteBobby Dazzler58 
2DynomiteGalloping Ghosts56 
3Honey RoastedSweet Stables52 
4Fifty Shades Of BullNemesis49 
5Point LismoreFlip Farms45 
6Samurai GirlChrisman43 
7Ame No UzumeInduna42 
8Quiet KillaChrisman40 
9La La TooSweet Stables38 

Dazzling Elite from Bobby Dazzler

Last race: Bel 6f Dirt Fast – DDSQ 4th

Finished top of the pile on points and warrants the upmost respect. A winner of 3 of her 13 qualifying runs, along with 6 shows in the money. Her early season form was outstanding; 3 wins out of 4 qualifying races, however, that form has dwindled and may have peaked too soon in the season especially judging by recent runs on turf.

Dynomite from Galloping Ghost

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 3rd

Ultra-consistent filly from Galloping Ghost. 8 runs in qualifiers, winning 2 and in the money more often. 2 runs only on turf have proven her ability to handle the surface and brings good solid current form to the table. Never rated below 97 in her races shows the class of this filly and the accurate placement from her trainer. Hopes of being bang in there again. Expect her to run through to the wire.

Honey Roasted from Sweet Stables

Last race: Bel 7f Turf Firm – fOpenAlwDD 4th

Highly tried in her first season, running 24 races, including 16 qualifying races, winning 3 of them. She looks a better long sprinter and may find the 6F too sharp in this field, however, she brings current form into this race and that must be a positive. She won’t be firing straight out of the gates, but she will finish the race and hopes of picking a few off at the end.

Fifty Shades Of Bull from Nemesis

Last race: Bel 6f Dirt Fast – DDSQ 4th

First of 2 entries for the freshman trainer Nemesis. As with all his stable, this well bred filly has just 10 runs this season, 8 in qualifiers, winning 3 of them. More at home on the dirt, it could simply be a case of the surface beating her this time round. She is in form and earnt the chance to compete here and if she handles the turf she looks to have a live chance.

Point Lismore from Flip Farms

Last race: Bel 6f Dirt Fast – DDSQ 4th

One of the least exposed finalists running just 9 races this season, 7 of them in qualifying races, winning 2 along the way. Form was outstanding at the start of the season and although dropped slightly, she is still running well enough to give some of these troubles. But this is the final and only those at the top of their form will come through.

Samurai Girl from Chrisman

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 6th

This busy filly has run a massive 27 runs this season and current form suggests a rest is long overdue. 20 qualifying races, winning 3. This filly should be declared the winner through sheer effort!!! She isn’t bringing any form of note into this race and hard to see her getting among the money earners.

Ame No Uzume from Induna

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 4th

If bloodlines could win a final, then this filly is nailed on!! Beautifully bred and extremely consistent over her 12 races this season. 8 runs in qualifiers, winning 1, however, she has never been out of the money. Still running with consistency, this filly is a mark on anyone’s notebooks for a potential winner.

Induana has given his filly the best chance of being competitive here, keeping her lightly raced and fresh, and that is a major plus

Quiet Killa from Chrisman

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 7th

The second challenger from Chrisman and another highly run filly, amassing 25 races this season. Chrisman had been patient in the early season, going slowly through the conditions before trying at the highest level after 6 races. 16 qualifying races, winning 2 and also the prestigious Grade 1 Breeders cup. Despite the number of runs, this filly is still competing as well as anything else in this field and could maybe turn 1 more top run out

La La Too from Sweet Stables

Last race: Bel 6f Dirt fast – fOpenAlw 3rd

Second entry for sweet stables, displaying beautiful lines by the top class sire DD-Lord Kanaloa (JPN), also the sire of Ame No Uzume. Often been there abouts in her races without setting the track alight. 10 qualifying races, winning one, over this going and distance. Her form has dropped dramatically over the last few weeks and that is a major concern.

Abate from Chrisman

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 5th

The third entry for Chrisman and another from his stable that has amassed the races this season. 32 races this season, although she has worked through her conditions from low claimers to a finalist. Her best form is on dirt and given this consideration along with the number of runs, it could be an impossible task ahead of her. But her trainer has brought her through poor cycles previously and wouldn’t be surprised if eh could work the magic once again.

Express Highway from Nemesis

Last race: Cal 5f Turf Yielding – DDSQ 4th

The final horse to make the final, and the second from Nemesis. Once again very lightly raced, just showing, conversely to Chrisman, there is no clear path to winning these finals. This filly looked a world beater at the start of the season, but like a few other seems to have hit a flat spot coming into this final. Not ideal, but you come out of these spots as fast as you enter them. However, I think she is outclassed in this field.

Exceedingly difficult to forecast the result with a few coming into the final out of form, others having had a very hard season and others running on less than ideal surface.

Ame No Uzume


Quiet Killa

Author – Robert B.

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