"That's a record for us," Posada said after photos were taken in the winner's circle for the ninth race. "We've won two in a day before, but never three. It's great...it feels real good and I hope we can do it again."Land the Limit was claimed out of the ninth race, which Posada admitted was "a little bit of a letdown." Asked if the celebrations would start any earlier since there was one less horse to cool out, she replied, "I've been here since four o'clock this morning and I'll be back at four tomorrow, so I don't plan on too much celebrating tonight."
Trainer Laura Posada saddled three winners from four starters at Calder Race Course on Sunday. Jockey Aurelio Toribio piloted all three winners, giving the rider a successful day as well. Her other starter finished fourth.Posadas three winners were Marquetheat in the first race, Lizard Lick in the third and Land the Limit in the ninth.