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Blue Laser Prevails in Grey Stakes

Blue Laser, in his stakes debut for trainer Mark Casse, outlasted Rockin Heat and Classic Legacy over the long Woodbine stretch to win the $250,441 Grey Stakes (Can-III) by a half-length Oct. 10.

WinStar Farm's Kentucky homebred son of Bluegrass Cat, with Corey Fraser in the irons, won for the second time in as many tries on Woodbine's Polytrack. Taking over the lead from the tiring Classic Legacy in the stretch, Blue Laser won the 2-year-old event at 1 1/16 miles in a time of 1:45.78.

Blue Laser, who is out of the With Approval mare With a Princess, defeated maidens in his previous start at one mile and 70 yards Aug. 28. The chestnut colt's first start also came at Woodbine Aug. 1 when he ran a willing third on the grass at seven furlongs.
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