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Kentucky Derby and Horse Racing at The Downey Profile®

Kentucky Downs Race Results

Day 3, September 14, 2013

9/14/2013

Race 1. Maiden Claiming $12,500, 3YO & up, $25,000, 1 Mile 70 Yards
The opener was won by Faithope, who paid $7.60. Running without blinkers for the second straight race, he’s trained by Willam Hickey, Jr. and was ridden by Norberto Arroyo, Jr. Baywood Racing owns the 8-year-old gelding bred in Kentucky by Darley. The time was in 1:43.86, just 21/100 second off the track record. It was the first race so far this meet that resulted in a cavalry charge developing in deep stretch. The Program finished second, Redboard was third and El Sombre came fourth.

Race 2. Maiden Special Weight, 2YO, $90,000, 1 Mile
Poker Player, well reserved by Channing Hill for the first half-mile, was asked at the top of the long stretch, and he responded with a visually impressive stretch run to win. After being swung out at the top of the lane, he overtook Mygalsal in the late going to pay $6.40. Trained by Wayne Catalano, who picked up win number two of the meet, Poker Player is owned by Gary and Mary West. He was bred in Kentucky by Nicholas M. Lotz, Rosemary K. Lotz and the Harlan’s Holiday Syndicate. The time was 1:39.00. Hoochie Poochie was third and Victory Colors fourth

Race 3. Maiden Special Weight, 3YO, $75,000, 6 1/2 Furlongs
At odds-on, Mongol Boss won and paid $3.20 by holding off the late-running Iamdonewithmylawyer. Mike Maker picked up his first win from 12 starters at the meet, and Rosie Napravnik got her second. The race was timed in 1:17.76. Sweet Platinum had to settle for third after being nailed at the wire by Imadonewithmylawyer, and Yardbird Misfits finished fourth. Frank D. Irvin owns Mongol Boss, who was bred in Kentucky by Bruce and Laurie Berenson.

Race 4. Allowance N1X $8,500/N2L, 3YO & up fillies and mares, $94,000, 1 Mile
Longshot Annabird won for trainer Luis Jurado and jockey Antonio Castanon -- the second win in two starts at the meet for both of them -- and paid $60.00. Annabird, owned by Richard D. Maynard and bred in Kentucky by Maynard Farm and B A Man Inc., was timed in 1:37.05. Vintage Strike finished second, followed by Before You Know It in third and Devious d'Oro in fourth.

Race 5. Kentucky Downs Juvenile Fillies Stakes, 2YO fillies, $150,000, 7 Furlongs
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Race 6. Kentucky Downs Juvenile Stakes, 2YO, $150,000, 7 Furlongs
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Race 7. Kentucky Downs Turf Dash Stakes, 3YO & up, $150,000, 6 Furlongs
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Race 8, Franklin-Simpson Mile, 3YO & up, $150,000, 1 Mile
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Race 9, Kentucky Downs Turf Cup Stakes, 3YO & up, $150,000, 1 1/2 Mile
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Race 10. Maiden Special Weight, 3YO fillies & mares, $75,000, 7 Furlongs
Sassy Kitten, a Kentucky homebred by Kitten’s Joy, won for Ken and Sarah Ramsey, trainer Wayne Catalano and jockey Channing Hill. It was the fourth win of the day at the track for each. Catalano and Hill teamed up with each other all four times and with Ramsey in three of the wins. Timed in 1:24.05, Sassy Kitten was followed across the finish by Rosee Is Cozee in second, Catbird Seat in third and Flak in fourth. Sassy Kitten paid $5.80 to win.

 

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