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Bella Palooza first winner for Bellamy Road

Bella Palooza stalked the pace in her career debut and drove clear to win the second race at Hollywood Park on Wednesday by 1 3/4 lengths and become the first career winner for Central Kentucky-based freshman sire Bellamy Road.


Trained by Doug O’Neill for owner Suarez Racing, Bella Palooza completed the 4 1/2-furlong maiden claiming race in :52.39 on the synthetic Cushion Track surface under Tyler Baze. A $32,000 purchase by Pablo Suarez at the 2010 Barretts Equine Ltd. March sale of selected two-year-olds in training, Bella Palooza is out of stakes-placed winner Steal the Show, by Cat Thief.

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