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Let's Get Fiscal initial winner for Bandini

Let’s Get Fiscal pressed the pace from the outside in the fourth race on Thursday at Belmont Park before taking the lead in early stretch and rolling to a 5½-length romp in her debut to become the first career winner for Central Kentucky-based freshman sire Bandini.

Trained by Richard Violette Jr. for owners Klaravich Stables and W.H. Lawrence, Let’s Get Fiscal covered five furlongs under jockey Alan Garcia in :57.79 on a track rated as fast. He is the first starter out of the winning Touch Gold mare Bouvet.

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