The 2-year-old colt, with jockey Arnaldo Bocachica in the irons, stalked the pace among the field of nine juveniles. After the final turn, Sharp Razor drew away to win the 6 1/2-furlong test by 2 1/2 lengths.
Sharp Razor was bred in West Virginia by Maurice F. Casey DVM, who stood Real Estate for $2,500 at his Mares Nest Farm near Shenendoah Junction, W.V. Sandra Dono trains the son of Real Estate who runs in the colors of Dimitri Racing Stable. The dark bay colt is out of the Baederwood mare, Trellis.
Peter E. Blum bred Real Estate in Kentucky and raced him. A son of High Yield, Real Estate is out of Sassy Pants, a daughter of Saratoga Six. Racing for trainers Bruce Levine and James Jerkens, Real Estate won four of seven starts from 2006-2008, including a score in the James B. Moseley Sprint Handicap at Suffolk Downs
This year Real Estate was returned to the track, where he has continued to race for Blum. The 9-year-old son of High Yield has won one of eight starts under the care of trainer H. Allen Jerkens.