Windsong Soprano trots to 1:53.4 victory
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Windsong Soprano, a daughter of Windsong’s Legacy out of the Muscles Yankee mare Muscling In, won easily over Missy’s Doubt Fire and Scrumptious Lady. The 1-9 betting favorite, Windsong Soprano picked up her third victory of the year in six starts for owner Lothlorien Group and trainer Bob McIntosh.
Windsong Soprano set a national season’s mark with the mile, but Condren said he wasn’t driving for any record, just a win. “I kind of quit driving her the last sixteenth or so,” he said.
There were a total of six
Give N Take, a filly by Cantab Hall, was tipped past her cover in the homestretch and she trotted past New York Sire Stakes champion She’s So Savvy and then held off Possess Me to win in 1:55.2. Mike Lachance drove the winner for trainer Ron Gurfein.
Gift Card, a daughter of Credit Winner, edged Up Front Annika by a head in a split, hitting the wire first in 1:55.2. The win was the third in five starts for Gift Card, who is trained by Frank Antonacci and was bred by Tom Hicks, who also bred Antonacci’s top colt Crazed.
Margarita Momma earned her fourth win in eight starts when she took her
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