Racing at Keeneland (Photo of Keeneland)
Lexington, Kentucky — Gentry Farms Home Breeding lovely princess On Thursday afternoon the filly and filly took a one length victory past favorite personal best inside the 16th pole to take a one length win at $109,550 Foxtail Perth.
trained Kenny McPeak Ridden by Brian Hernandez Jr., the Lovely Princess ran a distance of approximately 1 1/8 miles on a grass course rated at 1:50.80.
Lovely Princess is a three-year-old Kentucky-raised daughter born to Giant’s Causeway mare Princess Mariah. The Lovely Princess gambled $63,085 for her win, improving her career earnings to $127,035.
Lovely Princess rewarded backers with $12.72, $4.80 and $4.28. Personal Best ridden by Tyler Gaffalione returned $3.10 and $2.94 and finished half-length in front of Loved Reiko, who paid $12.42 under Martin Garcia.
The race continues on Friday with a 10-race program beginning at 1pm ET featuring two stakes (32 races).nd The $350,000 Rubicon Valley View (G3) run and the $200,000 Myrtlewood third run.
The two-year-old filly Myrtlewood, who will be racing six furlongs on dirt, is seventh in the race with a post-time of 4:12pm.
The Rubicon Valley View is a race for 3-year-old fillies that run 1 1/16 miles on turf with a post time of 4:44 pm and is the eighth race.
Saturday marks the final day of Keeneland’s 170-day Fall Meat.
Keeneland press release/edit
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