Another win for Foiled Again; new mark for "Dial"
June 20, 2010
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Foiled Again earned his 39th career win on Sunday afternoon at Harrah's Chester. With Yannick Gingras driving, Foiled Again raced on the engine and scored in 1:48.4, blazing home in :27 to miss his lifetime mark by one-fifth of a second.
The Lou Pena-trained Keep It Real finished second while Vintage Master took third.
Foiled Again is a 6-year-old gelding by Dragon Again, and he is his sire's second richest and third-fastest offspring. With $1,532,683, he ranks second behind $2.3 million winner My Little Dragon. Ron Burke trains Foiled Again.
In other Chester action, Dial Or Nodial won his first race of the season and took a sub-1;50 mark. He captured a $28,000 winners-over conditioned event in 1:49.4 with a :27.3 last quarter for his first score in seven starts this year and 12th in 29 career starts. The 4-year-old gelding by Western Ideal is trained by Jim Campbell and was driven to the Chester win by Brian Sears.