International Moni captures Goodtimes in 1:52.4
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"I didn’t mind where I got away, my horse is really handy," said Scott Zeron about getting away sixth. "I was very happy with where I was sitting…and when I angled him over I felt like I was an easy winner and I didn’t even pull the plugs, but good thing I can hear my Dad screaming behind me, so I pulled them and he went on again."
Seven And Seven came on to finish third, while Enterprise dropped back to finish fourth.
A son of French stallion Love You and former Horse of the Year Moni Maker, International Moni is now two for two this season to bring his career numbers to three wins and over $330,000 earned for owners Moni Maker Stable.
International Moni paid $7.60 to win. (WEG)