Grade II winner Duality has been sold to the Korean Racing Association for stallion duty
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Affable Amy||H. Ray Ashford, Jr.||
|Angry Bird||Henry Dominguez||
|Brooks Beach||Jose A. Gonzalez||
|Duality||Eric D. Mikkelson||
|Feisty Flirt||Karl Broberg||
|Just Text Me||Henry Dominguez||
|Montana Dream||Jeffery C. Lynn||
|Secretly Golden||Jeffrey J. Trujillo||
|Snow Ridge Bliss||Chris A. Hartman||
|Take Me Away Today||Henry Dominguez||
Leslie and Robert Hurley and D.J. Stable's Shooter raced just off the early pace set by T P Louie, edged clear of that rival in the final furlong, and held off the late charge of 13-1 longshot Snow Ridge to win the $200,000 Sapling Stakes (gr. III) Saturday at Monmouth Park.
Bashford Manor Stakes (gr. II) winner Duality heads a field of eight juveniles entered in the six-furlong $200,000 Sapling Stakes (gr. III) at Monmouth Park Saturday.
Duality, a 2-year-old son of Seeking the Gold, rallied under jockey Calvin Borel to wear down pacesetter Strait Cat for a half-length victory in Sunday's $139,125 Bashford Manor Stakes, the feature on the final day of Churchill Down's spring meet.
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