Luzzi was riding Gold N Fancy, a 2-year-old filly making her first start and trained by Luis Barrera. The horse was scratched and post time for the race was delayed seven minutes."Mike said he heard [his ankle] crack," said his agent, Roger Sutton.Luzzi earned an Eclipse Award in 1989 as the leading apprentice jockey.
Hobeau Farm's homebred Dovey Lovey won the race in wire-to-wire style, completing the five furlongs in :58.61 under jockey Raul Rojas. The Allen Jerkens trainee was making her racing debut in the $70,000 claiming race.