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Can I Say Beats The Boys In Open

Published: September 19, 2016 12:07 am ET

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Canadian-owned trotting mare Can I Say beat the boys in Saratoga Raceway's $16,000 Open Handicap Trot on Sunday afternoon (September 18).

Bruce Aldrich Jr. drove Can I Say, who rallied three-wide off cover at the third quarter mark and trotted to her 31st career victory in 1:55.4 over a 'good' track. Cash Poor and Palmers Pride finished two lengths behind in second and third, respectively.

Douglas Berkley trains the seven-year-old Fourth And One mare, who is owned by Terry Devos and Clarence Devos of Langton, Ont., and James Whelan of Troy, Ont.

Stirling Cadet, who was the 2-5 favourite entering the race off two straight wins in the Open, finished fourth after gunning to the lead from the outside post seven through a :27.1 first quarter and carving out middle splits of :56.4 and 1:25.4.

Can I Say paid $11 to win as the 9-2 second choice.

She has won five of her 18 starts this year to add $53,095 to her bankroll that totals $430,920.


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