The first winner by grade II winner Domestic Dispute came along early afternoon Aug. 30 and the second came later that day.
Lil Champ won at five furlongs in :59.62 at Philadelphia Park for Prakash Patel in her first start. Bred in Pennsylvania by Shobha Patel, she is the first foal from the winning Cherokee Runmare No Bias.
Hours later at Retama Park, Deer Lassie scored by 13 ½ lengths in 1:11.45, winning the six-furlong race as a homebred for James Donald Spry. The Texas-bred filly is the first winner out of the winning Deerhound mare Hot Dreams.
Domestic Dispute (Unbridled’s Song—Majestical Moment, by Magesterial) stands at Northview Stallion Station near Chesapeake City, Md. His 2008 fee was $7,500.