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Dutrow Looking Forward to Spinaway

Only one entrant in Sunday’s Grade 1, $300,000 Spinaway has beaten winners, and that’s Maggi Moss’ So Many Ways, who enters the seven-furlong race for 2-year-old fillies off a win in the Grade 3 Schuylerville on July 20.

 

Trainer Tony Dutrow acknowledged the waters will be deeper in the Spinaway but says So Many Ways will have an experience edge in the race. In the six-furlong Schuylerville, the Sightseeing filly made an outside rally from fifth to win by 1 ½ lengths.

 

“There are some talented maiden breakers in there that would lead one to believe that they’re going to be nice horses, but at the same time they’re all not going to get their way this time, and that will be an issue to some of them,” said Dutrow. “Our filly has the experience of sitting behind horses and finishing up, and I’m excited about that fact, and I’m excited about stretching her out to seven eighths.”

 

So Many Ways’ competition in the Spinaway includes the potent coupled entry of Teen Pauline and Dreaming of Julia, who both made impressive winning debuts earlier in the meet, and Seasoned Warrior, who graduated by 3 ¾ lengths in her second start.

 

“We’re looking forward to Sunday, and we have to feel good about our chances,” said Dutrow, who won last year’s Spinaway with Grace Hall. “And don’t get me wrong, I’m quite aware of the talent that’s in the race.”

 

 

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