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Homeister Wins Three at Colonial Downs

Having won three races on Tuesday’s card, jockey Rosemary Homeister, Jr. is looking to repeat her 2009 success as Colonial Downs’ leading jockey.

 

Homeister’s first win came in the second race, where the Hamilton Smith-trained Feisty Broad broke her maiden by an impressive eleven lengths. After dueling two wide on the inside, Homeister moved Feisty Broad wide around the turn and kept her under constant hand pressure through the finish.

 

In the fifth race, Homeister rode Kathleen O’Connell’s Sky Cup to a 2 ¼ length win as the favorite. Sky Cup ran unhurried early on before swinging wide around the final turn and taking command through the stretch.

 

Homeister’s third win was in the finale, where she rode the Monte Thomas-trained favorite Dancingfordiamonds to a three length victory after setting the pace. Homeister also took home two seconds and a third on the card.

 

Colonial Downs presents a ten-race card on Wednesday, June 2, with a post time of 4:00 PM.

 

 

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