Pete Reiman’s Nates Mineshaft
broke in stride to make the pace and held on willingly to win
Monday’s $49,000 allowance feature at Fair Grounds by a length and a
winner toured the mile and 70-yard distance in 1:42.93 after
establishing early splits of 23:95 and 47.15, increased his career
to $48,278 with his second win in five career starts and returned
mutuels of $16.20, $12.20 and $6.60.
Brent Gasaway and Ian Yarmot’s
Unbridled’s Heart finished second, a length to the good of Greta and Logan Trotter’s
Unbridled’s Heart paid $6.40 and $4.40, and Candiano returned $4.20 in the show spot.