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Hit It Rich Solid Favorite in Glens Falls

Hit It Rich with Kent Desormeaux up wins the 9th race at Churchill Downs. 04.24.2010
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In Monday's Grade III Glens Falls at Saratoga Race Course, Stuart S. Janney’s Hit It Rich is the 7-5 morning-line favorite over five other fillies and mares going 1 3/8 miles on the turf.

No worse than third in eight of her last nine starts for Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey, the stakes-winning mare will carry 120 pounds, including Javier Castellano, as she leaves from the rail.

Kissable, a four-length winner of the 1 ½-mile Waya over a yielding course on August 6 in her second stateside start, drew post position 5 as the 9-5 second choice on the morning line. John Velazquez will ride for Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield, who also will send out Thislilsoulofmine, an optional claiming winner last time out at Woodbine.

Also entered were Bizzy Caroline and Bubbly Jane, third and fourth, respectively, in the Waya, and the Bill Mott-trained Imperial Pippin, most recently fifth in an optional claimer. Acting Happy and Clash for Clunkers will run only if the race comes off the turf.

 

 

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