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The son of DAAHER raced close to the frontrunner until midstretch, then caught that one with a furlong to go and inched away to earn the win by a head in a time of , breaking the track record that was established back in 1975, at Finger Lakes.OUR CARAVAN won his only start at two taking a Gulfstream Park Maiden Special Weight by three lengths.In her debut, GYPSY JANIE rallied to win a six-furlong maiden race at Ellis Park by a length. Forbush out of the Honour and Glory mare, Peaceful Splendor, and is trained by Wesley Ward for Hat Creek Racing.Nearing the 0,000 mark in earnings, OUR CARAVAN chalked up his fourth straight win, and seventh of the year, with a new track performance going a mile and 40 yards on the dirt.Bred by Shadwell Farm out of the Sahm mare Ishraak, he is handled by the meet’s leading trainer by wins, Karl Broberg, for owner End Zone Athletics, Inc.RETROSPECTION came from far back to win his second stakes in his last three starts taking the 0,000 Governor’s S. The 3-year-old son of DAAHER was coming off a runner-up finish in his initial start on turf, the 0,000 Snack S.Swinging four wide on the turn, MISS SAVVY rallied through the stretch and ran past the leader in the final sixteenth to get the victory.
MAD ANT, another 3-year-old son of DAAHER, rallied through the stretch to win a six-furlong Maiden test by a head.2017 multiple Blacktype stakes winner RETROSPECTION returned to the winner’s circle with a strong stretch run to take an allowance race by 1 1/2 lengths.After stumbling at the break, the 3-year-old son of DAAHER raced off the pace early, moved up to challenge on the far turn, then took the lead in mid-stretch and pulled away going one mile and 70 yards at Indiana Grand.Making his second start after an eighth-month lay-off, ETIJAAH seized control before the eighth pole and pulled away for a dominating six-length win in The Entisar-L at Meydan.
The homebred son of DAAHER tracked the leaders in third for the first mile of this 1 1/4-mile stakes.Having placed in his last two starts here, CLEAN MIND rolled past the leader in the stretch to win this six-furlong Maiden test at Gulfstream Park by 2 1/4 lengths. ONE LAST EMPRESS, a 2-year-old filly by DAAHER, finished runner-up in the ,000 Iowa Sorority S., this following her runner-up effort against males in the Iowa Stallion Futurity.