Luxair Properties’ Fast Tip,
allowed to settle early, commenced a rally entering the lane, took
command at the furlong grounds and drew off for a two-length tally in
Sunday’s $53,000 allowance/optional
$62,500 claiming sprint for older fillies and mares.
Bret Calhoun and ridden by Miguel Mena,
the Kentucky-bred daughter of Najran increased her career earnings to
$154,402 with her fifth lifetime win in 10 career starts,
toured the three-quarter mile distance in 1:10.19 and returned mutuels
of $9.60, $3.80 and $3.40.
Sharp Tongue Lady made the
pace with early splits of 22.19 and 45.53, could not withstand the
winner in the final furlong but gamely held the place, paying $3 and $3
while finishing a head in front of Jean and John
Zehnder and Tom Musselman’s Miss Dora, who returned $5 to show.