Fan favorite Voodoo Song wins fifth in a row at Saratoga in G1 Fourstardave

By Anthony Affrunti

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Barry K. Schwartz's Voodoo Song refused to be denied in the stretch, holding off a late-charging Delta Prince to win the Grade 1, $500,000 Fourstardave Handicap by a neck under jockey Jose Lezcano in 1:35.96 for the one-mile stakes over the inner turf listed as good on Saturday.

The victory by the 4-year-old son of English Channel was his fifth straight at Saratoga Race Course after he scored four straight wins during the 2017 meet, highlighted by his neck victory over Yoshida in the Grade 3 Saranac. The Linda Rice-trained New York-bred has never been headed in all five local starts and captured his first Grade 1 victory in the Fourstardave.

"It's very exciting," said Rice. "It's hard to move up on what he did last year here with winning four races. It was an unbelievable meet and so special to all of us. I think he got a lot of fans here by winning so many races at Saratoga, so it's exciting to come back. What do you do next? Win the Fourstardave. It's just fantastic."

Rice opted not to enter the $100,000 Fasig-Tipton Lure, originally scheduled for last Saturday, and instead pointed to the Fourstardave with hopes that wet weather would subside, and the turf courses would dry, giving Voodoo Song his preferred firm ground. Early rain downgraded the turf to good, but the softer ground proved no match for Voodoo Song.

"He ran so well last year on a firm course," Rice said. "We've had nothing but rain for two weeks here, so I was very concerned about it. With other speed in the race as well, Heart to Heart was a concern. But our Plan A was to go to the lead and establish the [speed] from the beginning. Jose Lezcano rode him beautifully, and here we are."

From the break, Voodoo Song ricocheted to the lead under Lezcano, who had been aboard for all four starts last year. The field of five took up pursuit heading into the clubhouse turn and, with a first quarter run in 23.53 seconds, Voodoo Song maintained a three-length advantage over Heart to Heart, while it was another three lengths back to Made You Look who held a length over Yoshida, Delta Prince and a trailing Divisidero.

The field remained in that order as Voodoo Song extended his advantage to five lengths down the backside with a half-mile in 46.89. The field began to chase the pacesetter heading into the turn, and Voodoo Song's lead was down to a length as Yoshida was in search of running room and Delta Prince was beginning to make his move under Hall of Fame rider Javier Castellano. The field hit the top of the stretch and, with three-quarters of the mile run in 1:11.20, Voodoo Song was sent in an all-out drive. Delta Prince came on to his outside, and they went stride-for-stride to the wire, with Voodoo Song holding on to victory by a neck. Delta Prince finished two lengths over Divisidero and Made You Look was a length behind in fourth.

"The first eighth of a mile, I was a little concerned," said Rice. "But as soon as they got to the turn, Jose had established the lead and he had everything the way we wanted it. When they put up the fractions on this soft turf, I was concerned. When they came to him at the three-eighths pole, I didn't know how he'd handle that. In the past, he really fought off the competition. [Today,] I was really thrilled with him in the stretch. He just dug in and he wouldn't be denied."

The key to the front-running score was to let the chestnut colt have his way in the early running, according to Lezcano, who piloted his fifth victory for the meet.

"He's fast out of the gate and you always want to let him do whatever he wants to do, Lezcano said." "That's the thing with him, and he keeps going. I leave him alone, you don't want to fight with him. The longer you leave him in the bridle, the better he is. I felt confident all the way around. Let him do whatever he wants to do.

"I waited on the inside closer to the rail and when I saw the Number 2 [Delta Prince], I came outside a little bit, so he could see him and he rebroke again. He kept going and wouldn't let him pass," he added.

Delta Prince's trainer Jimmy Jerkens was another who was concerned with the weather forecast leading up to the race.

"It looked like he had him, but he couldn't go by," Jerkens said. "It's hard to say, but I thought he'd be a little closer. Maybe he wouldn't have had to swing him out so wide if he was laying a little closer, but I don't know. He didn't break all that great and that didn't help. He kind of hesitated a little bit. It didn't look like he liked [soft ground] last year and it didn't look like it at the end today either. It looked like he was giving out."

Voodoo Song ended his sophomore season with a second-place finish in the Grade 3 Commonwealth Derby at Laurel and a fifth-place finish in the Hawthorne Derby. He placed fourth against allowance level competitors at Aqueduct to begin his 2018 campaign then won by a nose at Belmont before finishing third behind Oscar Performance in the Grade 3 Poker at Belmont. His wire-to-wire style returned in the Forbidden Apple at Belmont, which he won by a length.

"He has matured as a 4-year-old. I was really pleased with his races at Belmont," Rice said. "He ran well in the Poker coming from off the pace. He ran a really gritty seven furlongs in an allowance, he won the Forbidden Apple, and [today], it just couldn't have worked out better."

The legendary Fourstardave, otherwise known as the "Sultan of Saratoga," became a fan favorite when he won at least one race per season between 1987-1994 over the hallowed track. Now with five straight impressive victories at Saratoga, including a Grade 3 and Grade 1 at Saratoga, Rice acknowledges Voodoo Song has developed quite a fan following as well.

"Who better to win the Fourstardave than a horse who is obviously a Saratoga star?" she said.

Rounding out the finish was Yoshida and Heart to Heart. Main track-only entrant Weekend Hideaway was scratched.

Voodoo Song, off at 6-1, returned $15.40 for a $2 wager.

Sue's Fortune pays off in G2 Adirondack

By Najja Thompson

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Fortune Farm's Sue Fortune made a winning move coming from off the pace and held on in the the final yards to earn her first graded stakes victory in the Grade 2, $200,000 Adirondack on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course.

Breaking from post 6 with Junior Alvarado in the irons, Sue Fortune stalked comfortably from fifth position as 7-5 post time favorite Lyrical Lady led the field of six through swift fractions of 21.72 seconds for the opening quarter-mile and 45.53 for the half.

At the three-eighths pole, Alvarado shifted Sue Fortune to the four-path to assume the lead as Lyrical Lady began to regress. Set in a full out drive at the quarter-pole, Sue Fortune extended away in the stretch and held off a late charge from Virginia Eloise to win by a half-length.

She completed the 6 ½-furlong distance in 1:19.83 on the main track listed as good.

"It was Plan B," said Alvarado. "We tried to go with Plan A, which was hoping she broke like last. She broke good, but not as sharp as last time. We wanted to put a little pressure early, though. I was sitting in a perfect position, by the three-eighths pole, she started pulling me. I saw horses struggling and I saw horses coming near, so I thought I had to take a shot at that point, let my filly go and hope she would hold. It worked out."

Returning $9.10 for a $2 win wager, the New York-bred Jump Start filly is now 2-for-2 following an impressive 8 ½-length win on July 5 at Belmont Park. The victory boosted her career earnings to $147,200.

"I think the biggest thing for her is her first race," said winning trainer Jeremiah Englehart. "She goes out she takes the lead and she runs away. This race she stalked. She's a racehorse. Now we just have to find out when she's right for her next race and try to find what the next spot is going to be. For her to settle off the pace this time and close, she wants to run. She's won on the lead [and] she's won off the lead, so hopefully now we can get her to relax even more and finish strong as well."

Following Virginia Eloise in second were Guacamole, Mucho Amor, Lyrical Lady and Grandma Gertie.

Inspector Lynley rallies to win Fasig-Tipton Lure

By Brian Bohl

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Hall of Famer Shug McGaughey had already entered the $100,000 Fasig-Tipon Lure with a special connection to the race, having conditioned the two-time Breeders' Cup Mile winner for which race is named. But McGaughey had another reason to visit the winner's circle, as Inspector Lynley went from last-to-first and outkicked Projected to win the Lure by three-quarters of a length on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course.

After inclement weather forced the race to be rescheduled a week from its original slate on the August 4th card, the sixth running of the Lure was the third stakes on the day, with Sue's Fortune winning the Grade 2, $200,000 Adirondack and Voodoo Song capturing the Grade 1, $500,000 Fourstardave Handicap two races prior.

Over a Mellon turf course that was listed as good but has taken consistent rain, Inspector Lynley stayed well off Mr Cub's early fractions of 24.27 seconds for a quarter-mile and the half in 48.32. Last of seven heading into the far turn, jockey Jose Lezcano started picking off rivals one by one, going wide in the stretch to overtake Conquest Panthera.

Projected made a final challenge in the final furlong but Inspector Lynley completed the 1 1/16-mile course in 1:43.30 to improve to 2-for-2 in his career at the Spa, adding to his victory in the 2016 Grade 3 Saranac.

"I wanted to be more forwardly placed, but he broke a little slow," said Lezcano, who added his second stakes on the day after piloting Voodoo Song in the Fourstardave in Race 8. "Sitting in the gates, he was moving a little bit and when the gates opened, he sat back and broke last. But, it worked out good going behind horses.

"When I got to the half-mile pole, I went a little outside and let him pick it up," he added. "When I asked him in the stretch, he just took off. The pace was fast enough and he was moving comfortably. I was very confident."

Off at 3-1, Inspector Lynley returned $8.60 on a $2 win bet. The 5-year-old son of Lemon Drop Kid posted his first win since the Grade 3 Tampa Bay in February 2017, improving his career bankroll to $494,099.

"His other three races [this year], he could've won but didn't. I'm glad he won this today," McGaughey said. "He's been doing awfully well and training good. Last week, the weather was a mess and then I saw the turf today and thought maybe we would've been better off we ran last week.

"I was hoping he was going to break good and lay right in behind Mr Cub. He didn't, [but] Jose rode him good, being patient. He had a lot of horse and he was riding with Projected keeping him down there on the inside. He didn't hit the panic button when he didn't break out of there right away and let him get his feet under him and thankfully, Plan B worked out."

Projected, the 2-1 favorite for trainer Chad Brown, finished a half-length in front of the Mark Casse-trained Conquest Panthera in third. Forge, Blacktype, Zennor and Mr Cub completed the order of finish.

Dalarna and main-track only entries Secret Passage and You're to Blame were scratched.

Lure won 14 races in 25 starts in a career that spanned 1991-94, registering 10 graded stakes wins, including the Breeders' Cup Mile in 1993 and 1994.

1st-$48,000, Waiver Claiming, 3-Year-Olds & Up , One Mile and One Sixteenth, On the Turf, Showery

Off 1:02. Good. chck early,2w,4w upper

Fractional/Final Time: 23.450, 47.430, 1:11.890, 1:36.210, 00.000, 1:42.410.

Trainer: Chad Brown

Winner: DK B/ G, 5, by Majesticperfection-Predictress

Scratched: Four Knights.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 3/4 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Prognostication 123 6 5 5-½ 5-1 4-3 1-½ 1-2¼ J. Castellano 1.40

Lemonist 123 1 2 3-1 3-hd 3-1½ 3-5½ 2-nk M. Franco 3.55

Gosilently 125 7 3 2-1 2-1½ 1-1 2-½ 3-10½ K. Carmouche 3.70

Rockin Jo 118 4 1 1-1 1-1 2-½ 4-5 4-6½ R. Santana, Jr. 23.10

Bootlegger 123 3 6 6-3½ 6-4 6-3 5-5 5-7¾ J. Alvarado 4.00

Tizpure 120 2 4 4-2 4-2 5-½ 6-½ 6-¾ D. Cohen 26.25

Hyperlapse 120 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 R. Maragh 12.70

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6 (6) Prognostication 4.80 3.10 2.30

1 (1) Lemonist 4.00 2.90

8 (7) Gosilently 2.40

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$1 Exacta (6-1) paid $8.20; $0.1 Superfecta (6-1-8-4) paid $15.75; $0.5 Trifecta (6-1-8) paid $12.50;

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2nd-$85,000, Maiden Special Weight, 2-Year-Olds , Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 1:34. 1. ins-2p,hand ride late

Fractional/Final Time: 22.990, 46.780, 1:12.280, 00.000, 00.000, 1:26.290.

Trainer: William Mott

Winner: B C, 2, by Union Rags-Mind Eraser

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Unionizer 119 6 2 1-1 1-1 1-2½ 1-½ J. Alvarado 8.70

Johny's Bobby 119 2 5 7-1 6-½ 4-hd 2-2 J. Leparoux 24.50

a-Southern Phantom 119 9 3 4-1½ 2-hd 2-1 3-¾ K. Carmouche 3.70

a-Speed App 119 3 9 9 7-½ 5-2 4-2 L. Saez 3.70

Chief Executive 119 4 8 5-1½ 5-3 3-½ 5-3½ M. Franco 0.95

Baffin Bay 119 7 1 6-½ 8-3 7-1½ 6-¾ J. Castellano 9.30

Laughing Fox 119 1 4 3-½ 4-½ 6-3 7-8¼ J. Lezcano 27.50

Exchequer 119 8 7 2-½ 3-1 8-9 8-12½ R. Santana, Jr. 6.70

Preacher Marsee 119 5 6 8-1 9 9 9 J. Bravo 12.80

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6 (6) Unionizer 19.40 9.20 4.80

3 (2) Johny's Bobby 17.60 7.20

1 (9) a-Southern Phantom 2.70

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$1 Daily Double (6-6) paid $28.25; $1 Exacta (6-3) paid $159.00; $1 Quinella (3-6) paid $77.00; $0.1 Superfecta (6-3-1-4) paid $138.75; $0.5 Trifecta (6-3-1) paid $187.75;

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3rd-$200,000, Stakes, 2-Year-Olds Fillies, Six and One Half Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Adirondack S.

Off 2:07. 1. 3-2w uppr,clear, safe

Fractional/Final Time: 21.720, 45.530, 1:12.410, 00.000, 00.000, 1:19.830.

Trainer: Jeremiah Englehart

Winner: B F, 2, by Jump Start-Democrat Taxes

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Sue's Fortune 118 6 2 4-1½ 2-hd 1-3 1-½ J. Alvarado 3.55

Virginia Eloise 118 5 3 6 6 4-1½ 2-2¼ J. Castellano 2.15

Guacamole 118 2 6 3-1 4-8½ 2-2 3-7¼ L. Saez 9.30

Mucho Amor 118 1 5 2-1½ 3-1 3-2 4-6½ M. Franco 10.30

Lyrical Lady 118 3 1 1-½ 1-½ 5-10½ 5-14½ R. Santana, Jr. 1.40

Grandma Gertie 118 4 4 5-7 5-hd 6 6 M. Sanchez 14.50

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6 (6) Sue's Fortune 9.10 4.60 3.30

5 (5) Virginia Eloise 3.90 2.70

2 (2) Guacamole 3.90

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$1 Pick 3 (6-6-6) 3 Correct Paid $156.25. $1 Daily Double (6-6) paid $53.25; $1 Exacta (6-5) paid $17.10; $0.1 Superfecta (6-5-2-1) paid $27.35; $0.5 Trifecta (6-5-2) paid $40.37;

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4th-$85,000, Maiden Special Weight, 2-Year-Olds , Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 2:41. Good. brsh st,2w & btwn,4w

Fractional/Final Time: 23.130, 47.450, 1:13.140, 00.000, 00.000, 1:26.580.

Trainer: Kenneth McPeek

Winner: DK B/ C, 2, by Cairo Prince-La Belle Cat

Scratched: Speedy Solution, Shootin the Breeze, Ian Glass, Rock On Kitten, Noble Nebraskan, Medina Ridge, Malthael.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Cairo Cat 119 5 6 6-2 6-1½ 3-½ 1-hd D. Cohen 18.10

Teachable Moment 119 6 4 5-½ 4-½ 2-1 2-½ J. Castellano 1.35

Opry 119 2 8 7-5 7-6½ 5-5 3-nk M. Franco 4.80

Twelfthofneverland 119 3 1 2-½ 2-½ 4-½ 4-3¾ D. Davis 16.00

Starting Point 119 8 2 3-1 3-1 1-hd 5-9 L. Saez 2.55

Majestic Hero 119 4 5 4-1 5-½ 6-1 6-hd J. Alvarado 18.00

Agitator 119 7 7 8 8 8 7-3½ E. Cancel 35.50

Winning Factor 119 1 3 1-½ 1-hd 7-3 8 K. Carmouche 6.90

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7 (5) Cairo Cat 38.20 11.40 6.30

8 (6) Teachable Moment 3.20 2.60

3 (2) Opry 3.70

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$1 Pick 3 (6-6-7) 3 Correct Paid $1,564.00. $1 Daily Double (6-7) paid $81.25; $1 Exacta (7-8) paid $63.50; $1 Quinella (7-8) paid $16.90; $0.1 Superfecta (7-8-3-5) paid $219.90; $0.5 Trifecta (7-8-3) paid $126.00;

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5th-$87,000, Allowance, 3-Year-Olds & Up , Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 3:15. Good. came in 6-1/2,ins turn

Fractional/Final Time: 23.560, 46.540, 1:10.910, 00.000, 00.000, 1:23.850.

Trainer: Kiaran McLaughlin

Winner: B G, 4, by Medaglia d'Oro-Afleeting Lady

Scratched: Payne, Another, Gray Sky, Abatement, Mesotherm, Dr. Edgar, Rapt, Lunaire.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Greek Alphabet 123 3 5 1-hd 1-hd 1-2 1-5½ R. Maragh 2.55

The J Y 125 4 2 2-1 2-1½ 3-3½ 2-2 R. Santana, Jr. 7.90

Morocco 125 1 3 4-1½ 3-1½ 2-hd 3-2½ J. Lezcano 8.20

Unlockthepotential 123 2 1 5-2½ 5-3½ 4-2½ 4-1 J. Castellano 1.55

Clutch Cargo 125 5 6 6 6 6 5-1½ C. Landeros 7.30

Fifty 118 6 4 3-1 4-2½ 5-½ 6 M. Franco 4.40

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5 (3) Greek Alphabet 7.10 4.00 3.50

8 (4) The J Y 6.20 4.20

2 (1) Morocco 4.30

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$0.5 Pick 5 (6/7-6-6-7-5) 5 Correct Paid $16,097.25. $0.5 Pick 4 (6-6-7-5) 4 Correct Paid $5,624.25. $1 Pick 3 (6-7-5) 3 Correct Paid $675.00. $1 Daily Double (7-5) paid $71.50; $1 Exacta (5-8) paid $26.00; $0.1 Superfecta (5-8-2-3) paid $19.97; $0.5 Trifecta (5-8-2) paid $58.87;

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6th-$85,000, Maiden Special Weight, 2-Year-Olds , Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 3:49. 7. 2w 1/4p, edged away

Fractional/Final Time: 22.800, 46.690, 1:11.890, 00.000, 00.000, 1:24.620.

Trainer: Chad Brown

Winner: CH C, 2, by Mark Valeski-Sandy Key Gal

Scratched: Cadron Flats.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Network Effect 119 2 4 4-1 4-½ 2-2½ 1-3 J. Castellano 8.60

Derby Date 119 5 1 1-1½ 1-1½ 1-½ 2-3¼ L. Saez 6.30

Road Home 119 4 3 5-hd 5-1 3-½ 3-nk J. Alvarado 2.35

Empire of War 119 6 6 2-½ 2-hd 4-4 4-7¾ M. Franco 3.45

Chase and Colorado 119 3 5 7-½ 7-1 5-1 5-6¼ R. Santana, Jr. 14.20

A Thread of Blue 119 7 2 3-½ 3-1½ 6-5½ 6-5¼ J. Bravo 3.15

Americano 119 8 8 6-1 6-1½ 7-4 7-10½ J. Leparoux 8.40

Grassetto 119 1 7 8 8 8 8 D. Cohen 42.50

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2 (2) Network Effect 19.20 10.00 4.80

6 (5) Derby Date 8.30 4.70

5 (4) Road Home 3.00

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$1 Pick 3 (7-5-2) 3 Correct Paid $1,054.00. $1 Daily Double (5-2) paid $38.50; $1 Exacta (2-6) paid $66.00; $0.1 Superfecta (2-6-5-7) paid $71.50; $0.5 Trifecta (2-6-5) paid $95.87;

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7th-$87,000, Allowance, 3-Year-Olds & Up Fillies and Mares, Five and One Half Furlongs, On the Turf, Showery

Off 4:26. Good. brsh st,ins,5w in lane

Fractional/Final Time: 22.360, 45.680, 57.490, 00.000, 00.000, 1:03.530.

Trainer: Jorge Abreu

Winner: DK B/ M, 6, by Tale of the Cat-Cupid's Arrow

Scratched: Aunt Babe, Danyelli.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 3/8 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Sister Sophia 124 7 7 11 11 5-½ 1-1 J. Castellano 6.10

Violent Times 120 6 5 3-1 3-1 1-1½ 2-1½ E. Cancel 29.50

Queen Mum 120 11 2 5-1 5-1½ 3-½ 3-no J. Leparoux 8.30

A Great Time 124 1 6 4-1 4-½ 4-1 4-½ R. Santana, Jr. 15.40

Munchkin Money 124 8 10 9-½ 8-½ 6-2 5-3 J. Bravo 5.40

First Appeal 124 9 1 7-1½ 7-½ 7-½ 6-½ J. Alvarado 14.90

Majestic Won 120 4 9 2-½ 2-1 2-1 7-¾ L. Saez 3.70

Ultima D 120 10 11 10-1½ 10-1 8-½ 8-2¼ M. Franco 6.80

La Naturel 118 5 8 8-½ 9-1 11 9-1¼ J. Lezcano 5.60

Designing 120 3 4 6-2½ 6-1½ 10-1 10-6¾ K. Carmouche 42.25

Conquest Tizfire 124 2 3 1-½ 1-½ 9-hd 11 J. Vargas, Jr. 7.30

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8 (7) Sister Sophia 14.20 7.20 4.60

6 (6) Violent Times 22.20 10.20

12 (11) Queen Mum 6.40

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$1 Pick 3 (5-2-8) 3 Correct Paid $253.50. $1 Consolation Pick 3 (5-2-13) 3 Correct Paid $31.00. $1 Daily Double (2-8) paid $78.75; $1 Exacta (8-6) paid $273.00; $0.1 Superfecta (8-6-12-1) paid $2,896.00; $0.5 Trifecta (8-6-12) paid $1,232.50;

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8th-$500,000, Stakes, 3-Year-Olds & Up , One Mile, Inner Turf, Showery

Fourstardave H.

Off 5:04. Good. ins trns,dug in gamely

Fractional/Final Time: 23.530, 46.890, 1:11.200, 00.000, 00.000, 1:35.960.

Trainer: Linda Rice

Winner: CH C, 4, by English Channel-Mystic Chant

Scratched: Weekend Hideaway.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 3/4 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Voodoo Song 118 5 1 1-3½ 1-5 1-1 1-1½ 1-nk J. Lezcano 6.70

Delta Prince 118 1 6 5-½ 6 4-½ 2-½ 2-2 J. Castellano 2.65

Divisidero 119 2 4 6 5-hd 5-hd 3-hd 3-1 J. Toledo 10.60

Made You Look 115 3 2 3-1 3-1 2-½ 4-1 4-½ L. Saez 6.70

Yoshida 122 6 5 4-1 4-1 6 5-½ 5-4½ M. Franco 1.80

Heart to Heart 124 4 3 2-3 2-2½ 3-½ 6 6 J. Leparoux 3.50

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6 (5) Voodoo Song 15.40 6.60 4.60

2 (1) Delta Prince 4.30 3.30

3 (2) Divisidero 4.90

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$1 Pick 3 (2-8-6) 3 Correct Paid $490.00. $1 Daily Double (8-6) paid $56.25; $1 Exacta (6-2) paid $27.00; $0.1 Superfecta (6-2-3-4) paid $39.75; $0.5 Trifecta (6-2-3) paid $70.50;

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9th-$92,000, Allowance Optional Claiming, 3-Year-Olds & Up , Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 5:40. Poor. lunged st, held gamely

Fractional/Final Time: 22.560, 45.120, 1:09.580, 00.000, 00.000, 1:22.710.

Trainer: Chad Brown

Winner: B H, 5, by Adios Charlie-Almost a Valentine

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Patternrecognition 122 1 4 1-hd 1-hd 1-½ 1-¾ L. Saez 2.25

Phi Beta Express 122 2 3 2-1 2-1½ 2-4 2-2¼ K. Carmouche 5.50

Always a Suspect 122 4 7 6-½ 6-2 3-3 3-3¾ D. Cohen 11.00

Breaking the Rules 121 5 1 7 7 5-½ 4-2¾ M. Franco 3.55

Mask 119 3 6 4-hd 3-½ 4-1 5-2 J. Castellano 3.15

Spikes Shirl 124 7 2 3-hd 5-1 6-10 6-22¼ R. Santana, Jr. 10.00

Storm Runner 119 6 5 5-1½ 4-hd 7 7 J. Alvarado 8.90

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1 (1) Patternrecognition 6.50 3.90 3.00

2 (2) Phi Beta Express 6.00 4.50

4 (4) Always a Suspect 5.50

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$1 Pick 3 (8-6-1) 3 Correct Paid $174.50. $1 Daily Double (6-1) paid $28.25; $1 Exacta (1-2) paid $15.40; $0.1 Superfecta (1-2-4-5) paid $25.45; $0.5 Trifecta (1-2-4) paid $45.87;

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10th-$100,000, Stakes, 4-Year-Olds & Up , One Mile and One Sixteenth, On the Turf, Showery

Fasig-Tipton Lure S.

Off 6:18. Good. sluggish brk,2w,5w upr

Fractional/Final Time: 24.270, 48.320, 1:12.300, 1:36.970, 00.000, 1:43.300.

Trainer: Claude McGaughey III

Winner: B H, 5, by Lemon Drop Kid-Criminologist

Scratched: You're to Blame, Secret Passage, Dalarna.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 3/4 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Inspector Lynley 124 3 7 7 7 7 2-½ 1-¾ J. Lezcano 3.30

Projected 124 1 5 6-2½ 6-1 6-1 5-1 2-½ J. Castellano 2.45

Conquest Panthera 116 6 2 5-1 5-1 5-1 1-½ 3-2¾ L. Saez 9.40

Forge 116 5 1 3-1 3-1 1-½ 4-½ 4-1¼ J. Leparoux 4.80

Blacktype 124 2 6 4-1 4-1 4-½ 6-2½ 5-½ M. Franco 10.00

Zennor 122 7 3 2-½ 2-hd 3-1 3-½ 6-7¾ J. Bravo 4.50

Mr Cub 122 4 4 1-1½ 1-1 2-hd 7 7 C. Landeros 6.50

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3 (3) Inspector Lynley 8.60 4.50 3.50

1 (1) Projected 3.50 3.00

7 (6) Conquest Panthera 4.80

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$1 Pick 3 (6-1-3) 3 Correct Paid $127.75. $1 Grand Slam (6/8/12-2/3/6-1/2/4-3) 4 Correct Paid $118.25. $1 Daily Double (1-3) paid $16.50; $1 Exacta (3-1) paid $13.70; $0.1 Superfecta (3-1-7-6) paid $27.95; $0.5 Trifecta (3-1-7) paid $33.87;

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11th-$45,000, Maiden Claiming, 3-Year-Olds & Up Fillies and Mares, Seven Furlongs, Dirt, Showery

Off 6:54. 2,8,9. 2p3/8,6p1/4,duel,game

Fractional/Final Time: 23.630, 47.810, 1:13.720, 00.000, 00.000, 1:27.230.

Trainer: Patrick Kelly

Winner: CH F, 3, by Pomeroy-Loving Lucy

Scratched: Molly's Nighthawk, Hit a Provisional, Frederica, Adorable Song, Shanghai Dreams, Sardonyx, Zetetic, Youth Gone Wild, Grand Banks, I Like Your Style, Super Mama.

Horse Wgt PP Strt 1/4 1/2 Strch Fin Jockey Odds

Fancycase 118 5 1 2-hd 1-1 1-hd 1-½ D. Cohen 3.40

Dancingwthdaffodls 118 1 2 3-2½ 3-1½ 2-6 2-15¼ J. Alvarado 0.95

Crater Rim 124 4 4 4-2 4-7 3-6 3-10½ J. Bravo 3.30

Queens Wild 118 2 3 1-1½ 2-½ 4-8 4-7¾ J. Lezcano 5.00

Protect the King 124 3 5 5 5 5 5 L. Reyes 17.50

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10 (5) Fancycase 8.80 3.70 2.40

1 (1) Dancingwthdaffodls 2.50 2.10

9 (4) Crater Rim 2.20

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Pick 6 (2-8-6-1-3-ALL) 6 Correct Paid $17,055.00 , 5 Correct Paid $154.50. $0.5 Pick 5 (8-6-1-3-ALL) 5 Correct Paid $443.50. $0.5 Pick 4 (6-1-3-ALL) 4 Correct Paid $67.62. $1 Pick 3 (1-3-10) 3 Correct Paid $95.25. $1 Daily Double (3-10) paid $19.90; $1 Exacta (10-1) paid $9.90; $0.1 Superfecta (10-1-9-2) paid $3.90; $0.5 Trifecta (10-1-9) paid $9.65; Attendance unavailable. $16,663,129. Handle $5,743,898. Total Handle $22,407,027.