With his dangerous speed, Main Executive could hold the key to Saturday's seven-furlong main event at Woodbine, the $200,000 Play the King Stakes (Can-II) on the grass.
- Chestnut Gelding
- Born 1999
|Trainer||John P. Le Blanc, Jr.|
|Jockey||Richard Anthony Dos Ramos|
|Owner||Joan C. Agro|
|Sophia's Prince View Five-Cross Pedigree||Schossberg||Broad Brush|
|Bye the Bye|
|Fair Ascot||Ascot Knight|
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