Massive weekend for Somebeachsomewhere

Massive weekend for Somebeachsomewhere
SOMEBEACHSOMEWHERE showed yet again why he's the king, with a massive weekend haul of 17 winners across the country, and more A-class results in North America.
In Australia, his progeny have now earnt over $19,000,000 in stakes with an average of over $53,000.
This week was headlined by Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic 2YO Heat winners at Ballarat:
Act Now (1:53.8)
Rogue Wave (1:58.9)
Beach Music (1:56.3)
For a total of five 2YO winners, with:
Infinity Beach (Dubbo)
Lamour Dottie (Narrogin)
3YOs were represented by:
Maajida (1:53.5, Tabcorp Park Melton)
Honolua Bay (Ballarat)
Kennys Killer (Canberra)
Sir Roman (Globe Derby Park)
Saligo Bay (Narrogin)
With older runners:
Queen Shenondoah (Gloucester Park)
Ima Top Tycoon (Redcliffe)
Waratah Beach (Mildura)
Falcon Stride (Tabcorp Park Melton)
Somebeachparty (Narrogin)
Some Waratah (1:50.3 by 9m at Tabcorp Park Menangle)
Somedan (Launceston)
At The Red Mile in America, BEACH runners were dominant in the Bluegrass series races, with 2YO filly Fire Start Hanover taking her $134,000 race in 1:50.4 but it was the $67,000 3YO divisions where the pace was really on - Cattlewash clocked 1:46.4!
Mare Kissing In The Sand recorded 1:49 at Hollywood Park to claim the $175,000 Dayton Distaff Derby, while at Freehold, 2YO filly Podium Girl was victorious in her $48,000 division of the Renaissance Series.