"For them to go :45 and change and her right behind them ... they stopped at about the half-mile pole, but my filly went on," Valenzuela said. "She just couldn't withstand the last part of it, the close of Memorette."Moscow Burning went into the Beverly Hills with earnings of $1,287,000 and had a chance to pass Fran's Valentine ($1,375,465) with a victory. She earned $18,000 with her third-place finish and remains $70,465 behind. "They were flying, so I was comfortable where I was," Flores said. "I was kind of waiting, then made my run, but she got a little bit tired around the last turn."Dalicia finished fourth, followed by Eternal Melody, Cissy, Immortalite, Sohgol, and Dream Lady.
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