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Correction Stakes Quotes

Richard Munk, managing partner of Funky Munky Stable LLC, winning owner of Hold That Prospect (No. 5):  “This is the first stakes win for Funky Munky stable – I can’t tell you how excited I am.  I’m more excited for the partners who had the faith in me to join Funky Munky stable and we were pleasantly rewarded.  I’m kind of speechless right now to win a stakes race with a horse that we claimed for $30,000.  I never expected this in my wildest dreams – never did I think we’d win a stakes with a horse we claimed for $30,000.  You’re just not supposed to do that.  What this horse has done and what Gary Gullo has done with this horse – I couldn’t be happier.”

 

Gary Gullo, winning trainer of Hold That Prospect (No. 5): “When she broke so well, I was pretty confident. She had been training very well going into the race and I thought it was a good spot for her. I don’t know what will be next; we’ll sit down and figure something out.”

 

Jorge Chavez, winning jockey aboard Hold That Prospect (No. 5): “She’s got plenty of speed.  She’s quick from the gate and just decided to go, so I kept going with her.  She took the lead pretty easily so that was great.  It was an easy job for me today.”

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