California-Bred Warren’s Showtime Smokes Late To Take $75,000 China Doll Stakes By A Half Length; Warren Homebred, Ridden By Velez & Trained By Lewis, Gets Mile On Turf 1:36.24 ARCADIA, Calif. (March 7, 2020)–Mid-pack among a field of 13 sophomore fillies heading to the far turn, Benjamin and Sally Warren’s homebred Warren’s Showtime somehow found room a furlong from home and roared up the rail to take Saturday’s $75,000 China Doll Stakes by a half length. A California-bred daughter of red hot sire Clubhouse Ride, Warren’s Showtime, who was ridden by apprentice Jorge Velez and is trained by Craig Lewis, got a mile on turf in 1:36.24.A winner of the California Cup Oaks at one mile on turf here Jan. 18, Warren’s Showtime was off as the narrow 3-1 favorite over highly regarded Irish-bred Stela Star and paid $8.00, $4.20 and $3.00.Out of Warren’s Grade I winning Affirmative mare Warren’s Veneda, Warren’s Showtime picked up her third stakes win, all in combination with Velez, and registered her fourth overall win from seven starts. With the winner’s share of $45,000, she now has earnings of $281,271.Ridden by Joel Rosario and trained by John Sadler, Stela Star was the second choice at 3-1, as she attracted roughly $900.00 less than the winner, returning $4.80 and $3.60.Head and head for the lead with longshot Roadrunner’s Honor to the far turn, Bella Vita spurted two lengths clear a furlong out, but was no match for the top two late. Ridden by Flavien Prat, California-bred Bella Vita was off at 4-1 and paid $3.80 to show.Fractions on the race were 23.43, 47.84, 1:12.30 and 1:24.37.
ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on March 10, 2014November 14, 2016By: Natalie Ramm, Communications Coordinator, Maternal Health Task Force, Women and Health InitiativeClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Continuing the celebration of the one-year anniversary of the “Manifesto for Maternal Health,” this post showcases the work of Jhpiego to improve global maternal health.USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP), led by Jhpiego, has enabled more than 1.5 million deliveries with a skilled birth attendant over five years (in accordance with point four in the manifesto), and more than 953,000 women to receive active management of the third stage of labor. Their efforts have brought postpartum hemorrhage programs to 30 new countries, and introduced pre-eclampsia/eclampsia prevention and treatment in another 15.MCHIP has also expanded postnatal and essential newborn care in 13 countries (point nine in the manifesto), and Kangaroo Mother Care for low birth weight infants in another 24. Their efforts have helped bring the Helping Babies Breathe program to 25 new countries, and deliver antibiotic treatment to more than 309,000 newborns.Additionally, more than 3.6 million women received counseling on family planning as part of integrated essential care services at MCHIP-supported health facilities over the last five years. Key Resources:Newborn healthEssential Obstetric and Newborn Care Toolkit (maternal health, too)Kangaroo Mother Care Implementation GuideMaternal healthAdvance Distribution of Misoprostol for Self- Administration: Expanding Coverage for the Prevention of Postpartum HemorrhagePPH Prevention and Management toolkitPre-Eclampsia/Eclampsia: Prevention, Detection and Management toolkitPlease join the conversation! Tell us about your work to improve maternal health over the past year and how it relates to the calls to action from the manifesto. Send an email to Kate Mitchell or Natalie Ramm or join the dialogue on Twitter using the hashtag #MHmanifesto and help us celebrate the anniversary of the manifesto for maternal health!Share this: