Where do I start! Catcha Rising Star was the first to show when she won her off-the-turf allowance for owner/ breeder Albert Frassetto. Her first win was on the dirt so it wasn’t a hard call to run her, but she won pretty easily by four lengths.
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Next up was Donworth who literally ran away with Stanton Stakes. He was entered to run first time on the grass, but coming off the turf was a dream come true for him. He won by 11 lengths, setting a new track record.
Our next superstar was Luna Time. Running in her first graded stake – the Grade III Obeah – she won easily by three lengths bringing her lifetime earnings to within $5,000 of $200,000.
All horses won their races well and many congratulations to owners, Al Frassetto, Regis Racing, and Dorsey Brown and Rich Palmer.
Meanwhile our two Belmont runners both finished second and well too.