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LIFETIME
STARTS WINS SECONDS THIRDS $$ EARNED WIN % IN THE MONEY %
11,504 1,831 1,673 1,508 $95,553,462 16 % 45 %
 
 
2015 to May 25
 
STARTS WINS SECONDS THIRDS $$ EARNED WIN % IN THE MONEY %
299 50 38 39 $3,416.770 17 % 45 %
 

 
Ol’ Fashion Gal holds on late to win Selene
 Ron Gierkin, DRF
 
 Ol’ Fashion Gal ($14.20) held off the charging favorite Don’t Leave Me to notch her first stakes Sunday at Woodbine in the Grade 3, $154,800 Selene.
Michael Burns

 

With Alan Garcia aboard, Ol’ Fashion Gal stalked Watch This Cat, who set honest fractions in the 1 1/16-mile route for 3-year-old fillies. Leading Edge and Ol’ Fashion Gal both made a bid for the lead early in the stretch, and Ol’ Fashion Gal took control thereafter en route to a head score over Don’t Leave Me, who had rallied wide from last.

“She broke good, and I tried to be close to the pace,” Garcia said. “It worked out good. My filly was trying all the way.”

Ol’ Fashion Gal gave trainer Mark Casse a sweep of the two weekend stakes at Woodbine. She covered the distance in 1:44.73 and earned $90,000 for owners Bill and Vicki Poston.

Sky Treasure uses powerful late charge to win Nassau
 Ron Gierkink, DRF
 
Sky Treasure buried a quality group of fillies and mares while notching her first stakes win Saturday at Woodbine in the Grade 2, $211,200 Nassau.
Michael Burns
 

Sky Treasure was reserved at the rear of the 12-horse field through the turn in the one-mile turf route. Gary Boulanger angled her wide early in the stretch, and she proceeded to rally powerfully and win by a length over Deceptive Vision, who edged out Overheard for second. Stellar Path, the 5-2 favorite from New York, flattened out to finish fourth after pressing a lively pace.

Sky Treasure paid $40.10 to win.

“She’s always been a really nice filly, closing,” said Boulanger. “I always thought a lot of her, and didn’t get to ride her a whole bunch. She has a big move if you ride her right. I got a perfect trip through the turn, and I really hadn’t asked much of her. I split horses, got outside of (Deceptive Vision), and she gave me a gear and spurted right by her. It worked out great for us today.”