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Futurity Day News Centre

Published: October 11, 2020 2:22 pm ET

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The Grand Circuit meet at The Red Mile wrapped up on Sunday (Oct. 11), and the Lexington, Ky., facility played host to a number of scintillating performances. The Trot Insider Futurity Day News Centre has full recaps of all of the day's stakes action at The Red Mile.

The program was headlined by the 128th Kentucky Futurity and the 55th Kentucky Filly Futurity for three-year-old trotters, with the Tattersalls for three-year-old open pacers, the Glen Garnsey Memorial for three-year-old pacing fillies, and a trio of Allerage events for older competitors serving as supporting events on the 12-race card.

Amigo Volo Wins 128th Kentucky Futurity
Driver Dexter Dunn secured a pocket seat for Amigo Volo and, with several horses making breaks over the 'good' surface, had open road to pop and power to a 1:51 victory in the $444,000 128th Kentucky on

Love A Good Story Shocks In Filly Futurity
Off at odds of 27-1, Love A Good Story survived first-turn traffic trouble and marched with the outer flow before uncorking a furious stretch drive to land on the finish line first in the $255,000 55th Kentucky Filly on

Track Records Fall In Allerage
Bettors Wish grabbed the lead early and refused to let it go, winning the $150,000 Odds On Racing Allerage Open Pace — sponsored by Dana Parham and Best Bet Stables — in track record time. Kissin In The Sand also scored in track record time in the $72,000 Harness Racing Update Allerage Fillies and Mares Open Pace, and Atlanta downed Gimpanzee with a 1:50 performance in the Allerage Farms Open Trot — sponsored by Jeff and Paula Gural and Allerage on

Tall Dark Stranger, Party Girl Hill Win Tattersalls
Tall Dark Stranger demonstrated his dominance over the 'glamour boy' division again, winning the first of two divisions of the $479,000 Crawford Farms Tattersalls Pace, while Party Girl Hill took it to male company and kept her undefeated record intact in the second on

Peaky Sneaky Pounces In Glen Garnsey
Driver Yannick Gingras launched 7-5 favourite Peaky Sneaky from the pocket and hustled to a 1:48 victory in the second of two divisions of the $225,000 Glen Garnsey Memorial — sponsored by the Sweet Lou Syndicate and Diamond Creek on

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