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We did it Again Back to back wins at the Jim McKay Maryland million Today



news on the acuscope and myopulseNo words to describe how thrilled we all are here at Intelligent Bioenergetics, and Sinatra Racing stables to repeat the biggest win in the Sinatra racing stables history of over 45 years. Today we have once again proven the formula, Or as Dr Sinatra would say, "The Trifecta" Which Includes the proper Nutritional support, Developed by Dr. Sinatra, the excellent training, chiropractic and the Electro-ceuticas delivered by the Dynamic Duo of the husband wife team of Corby, "The trainer" & Ali Caiazzo and their impeccable delivery of the treatment using the Electro Equiscope. Not only did we win the Jim McKay Maryland Million at Laurel Race track today for the second consecutive year, with a five year old BUT the Cherry on top was Meckeys Madalyn second place finish in a highly regarded stakes race at Belmont Park, running off Lasix.

Our Goals have been to naturally win but beyond that to win Drug free and that is what Mecke’s Madalyn has been doing on a consistent basis. Lasix is a powerful diuretic that is banned from use in race horses in Europe. It prevents the lungs from bleeding. Bleeding is the defense mechanism that takes the pressure off of the heart when the lung blood vessels over load and bleed. but if they do not have a release the side effect can be a massive heart Attack, one of the leading causes of death in a race horse.

Dr Sinatra Spent millions of dollars developing natural substances that could help prevent heart attacks in humans and converted those findings in preventing heart Attacks in Horses. He published his findings in a NY times best selling book entitled Metabolic Cardiology. His book Metabolic cardiology for Humans he basically converted that knowledge to metabolic cardiology for horses. taking the substances that he found as a cardiologist that were effective to help prevent heart attacks in humans and created the same natural substances for horses.

Admiral's War Chest wins the Maryland Million Classic

"Sinatra Thoroughbreds Racing LLC's Admiral's War Chest became the fifth back-to-back winner of the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic Saturday at Laurel Park with a dominating gate-to-wire triumph in the 1 1/8-mile stakes for Maryland-sired horses. The 5-year-old gelding won by 3 ½ lengths under Taylor Hole to join Timely Warning (1990-91), Algar (1997-98), Docent (2002-03), and Eighttofasttocatch (2011, 2013-14) as a back-to-back winner of the Maryland Million Day feature.

Unlike his 2015 front-running victory in which he scored by a rapidly diminishing neck after leading by as many as five lengths, Admiral's War Chest's triumph Saturday was never in doubt under a confident and well-judged ride. The 5-2 second choice in a field of six broke alertly from the starting gate and opened a clear lead during a sensible 24.94-second first quarter. He picked up the pace in the second quarter to run the first half-mile in 47.99 and continued on to dominate his rivals to the finish, running the 1 1/8-miles in 1:51.28.

“We haven't raced for seven weeks, so I was a little concerned, especially with those two 3-year-olds [Just Jack and Flash McCaul] in there. There were some solid horses, but you saw what he did,” said owner/breeder Dr. Stephen Sinatra. “The horse likes the lead and there were no challengers out there. I was a little concerned when I saw the 47-and-change half. I got a little concerned, but around the 7/8ths-pole I relaxed a little because I saw him pull away. That's when I said, ‘Oh, my, gosh, he can do it, and he did.”

Hole was aboard the homebred son of Elusive Charlie for both Maryland Million Classic wins. “He is a little older and a little wiser, and he really controlled everything without much from me. You do have to rate him a little bit, but he's a big horse, and could not have asked for a better effort from him. He gets in a good rhythm and high cruising speed,” Hole said. “Even when it looks like they are getting to him, he has such a big stride that they have trouble getting to him. Bullheaded Boy closed from fifth to finish second, 9 ½ lengths clear of Just Jack, the 4-5 favorite.

“The ‘4', Admiral's War Chest, got out by himself and nobody ran with him. I just sat and waited and waited to make my move and when we tried to catch the ‘4', my horse kicked in, but the ‘4' was just too far ahead,” Bullheaded Boy's jockey Jevian Toledo said. “My horse ran his race.”

“Just Jack” attained an outside stalking position under Victor Carrasco but was unable to make a serious bid. “My horse ran his race early, and we were where we wanted to be,” Carrasco said. “The ‘4' horse got away, and when we went after him my horse flattened out a little bit at the end.” Trainer Corby Calazzo was at Belmont Park Saturday, where he saddled Sinatra Thoroughbred Racing's Mecke's Madalyn for a second-place finish in the Empire Distaff.

Admiral's War Chest earned $86,940 for his fifth victory in 29 career starts.

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