Kakaley Wins Six At Yonkers

Published: October 27, 2021 11:52 pm EDT

Matt Kakaley drove six winners — three for trainer Travis Alexander — on Wednesday night's (Oct. 27) card at Yonkers Raceway.

Kakaley and Alexander joined forces to win the $20,000 opener with three-year-old pacing filly Nuttinbuthebest (1:53.4), and then Kakaley teamed with trainer Edwin Quevedo for a 27-1 upset with seven-year-old pacing gelding Fox Valley Inferno (1:52.2) in the $32,000 third race.

Yankees Beast, a five-year-old trotting gelding, gave the Kakaley/Alexander duo a double when he took the $13,500 fifth race (1:56.4), and D P Rocket, a five-year-old trotting mare, completed their hat trick when she bagged the $36,000 ninth race (1:56.1).

Three-year-old pacing filly Thebeachiscalling (1:53.4), trained by Chris Ryder, was Kakaley's fifth winner in the $22,000 10th race, and Kakaley polished off the six-bagger by steering seven-year-old gelding trotter Resita, a Tabitha Teresczuk trainee, to victory in the $21,000 11th race (1:56.4).

In other news from Yonkers, there were no winners in either the Pick-5 or Pick-6 on Wednesday’s card. There will be a $3,237.68 carryover and a $10,000 guaranteed pool in tomorrow night's (Oct. 28) Pick-5, and there will be a $2,680.73 carryover in the Pick-6.

The guarantee in the Pick-5 is being offered as part of the United States Trotting Association’s Strategic Wagering Program. Free past performances for the Pick-5, courtesy of TrackMaster, will be available here. The Pick-5, which begins in race five, and the Pick-6, which starts in the third race, both have a takeout rate of 20 per cent.

Thursday night’s 12-race program gets underway at 7:15 p.m.

(Yonkers Raceway)

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