domingo, 20 de mayo de 2012

Through the Binocs

Saginaw continued to stamp himself as one of the best state-breds in training locally and one of the best claims of the year by drawing off to win the $100,000, Affirmed Success Stakes.

The David Jacobson trainee was under wraps as he crossed the wire, showing that the 7 1/2 length winning margin over Uncle T Seven was not indicative of the ease Saginaw won by.

Claimed by Drawing Away Stable on March 8 for $30,000 from Richard Dutrow Jr, Saginaw has now won the four starts since the claim.

Saginow ran the seven furlongs in 1:21.59 and he has now has won 11 of 27 starts with earnings of $449,990.

FOURTH RACE: Street Brawl made his way to the front and held off a challenge from Inflation Target to gain the victory.

There was a stewards’ inquiry and claim of foul by Alan Garcia on Inflation Target on Rosie Napravnik on Street Brawl for interference at the top of the stretch.

Replays showed Street Brawl ducking out after getting hit with the left-handed whip and bumping Inflation Target. But the stewards’ felt it wasn’t enough to warrant a disqualification so the result stood as is.

FIFTH RACE: Bombs away to start the Pick Six as 57-1 True Linnet was able to out finish Saturday At Ten and gain the victory by a neck. Saturday At Ten was squeezed in deep stretch between True Linnet and Coronation Day and only could get up to be second.

EIGHTH RACE: Rosie Napravnik won her fourth consecutive race on the card as she got favored Nice Stuff to gain the lead in midstretch and draw away for the victory.

Stray Bullet tried to close on the outside but was no match for the winner and ended up second best.


Winning numbers


No winners

Consolation (5 of 6)

Paid $242.50

Carryover $31,879.03

Richard Dutrow Jr, Rosie Napravnik, Inflation Target, David Jacobson, Street Brawl, True Linnet, Saginaw, Alan Garcia

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