Virginia-breds Huge and Toccet’s Charm picked up resume building wins during the final week of live racing at Colonial Downs.

The Sissy Woolums is an overnight stake open to Virginia-bred, South Carolina-breds and horses sired by stallions donated to the Mid-South Stallion Auction. The $30,000 race was run over the outer turf at a distance of 5.5 furlongs.

Huge, a three-year-old Virginia-bred filly by Meadowlake, out of Wonders Delight by Icecapade, seized the lead in the upper stretch and prevailed by ¾ of a length from Lawrence McDade’s Angel IB. Bill Backer’s Pillow Pal, trained by Diana McClure, was third.

Huge is owned by Hidden Point Farm and trained by John Salzman, Jr. She was sold as a yearling by her breeder, Wayne and Susie Chatfield-Taylor’s Morgan Ford Farm at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale for $20,000.

She broker her maiden at Laurel last September and has now won three races from thirteen starts and has total career earnings of $74,475. She was stakes placed beaten a head in the $50,000 Marshua Stakes at Laurel earlier this year.

Toccet’s Charm, by Toccet out of Ruler’s Charm by Cape Town was a 2008 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic bargain selling from breeder Audley Farm’s consignment for $16,000. For owners Paul Trapani and Lynda Furlong, Toccet’s Dream has made but three starts, winning two.

The Virginia-bred gelding finished sixth in his debut at Delaware Park before breaking his maiden there in June. He was near the pace early in the $50,000 Jamestown and then drew clear late under pressure to defeat David A. Ross’ Argent Affair and Audley Farm’s I’m Unforgettable.

Toccet’s Dream now has career earnings of $44,150.