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Pacing Frosh To Fight In Kentucky

Published: September 4, 2021 4:24 pm ET

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Pacing two-year-olds return to The Red Mile on Monday (Sept. 6) for their fourth round of the Kentucky Championship Series, with one dash scheduled for each sex.

Fillies compete prior to the pari-mutuel card in a three-horse contest for $40,000. The field includes Sloopy, a first-round winner starting from the pylon post with Yannick Gingras driving for trainer Ron Burke, and a pair of Tony Alagna pupils in Dont Fence Me In – a second-round winner – and Captains Princess. Dexter Dunn drives Dont Fence Me In from post two and Andrew McCarthy steers Captains Princess from post three.

Betting on Monday starts with the $40,000 Kentucky Championship split for colts and geldings, led by the pair of Caviart Camden and Pebble Beach. Pebble Beach rode a three-race win streak coming into the third round of the series on August 24, but was out-sprinted by Caviart Camden to the finish of the third round in a world record mile of 1:48.3. The duo face off again with Caviart Camden starting from post two, in rein to Yannick Gingras for trainer Tony Alagna, and Pebble Beach scoring from post three with Todd McCarthy driving for conditioner Noel Daley.

Monday’s card also features three $20,000 divisions of the Kentucky Commonwealth Series – two for fillies and one for colts and geldings. The non-betting race goes at 12:45 p.m. (EDT), while the pari-mutuel card starts at 1 p.m. (EDT).

(The Red Mile)

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