The Tim Hills-trained H.M.S. Jackson scored by three-quarters of a length after racing the six furlongs over a fast track in 1:10 1/5. He paid $5.40, $3.20 and $2.60 as the favorite and combined with Hurricane Havoc for a $27.80 exacta.
Coa, who won the second race aboard Babyurthegreatest ($3.60) and the third on Wildcat Heir ($3.80), scored with his last three mounts on the card. He took the sixth aboard Savannah Bayou ($3.20) and the seventh on Quest Dancer before his score in the featured eighth race.The Coa pick three (races 6-8) paid $31.60.
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