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Red Hot Buddha wins Inaugural Stakes

Scott Spieth got off to a Red Hot start on Friday at Presque Isle Downs, and he is elated that fellow jockey and friend Dale Beckner is having a scorching restart in his riding career.

Spieth won three races on the opening night of the 2010 season at the Downs, topped off by a driving finish on the filly Red Hot Buddha to capture the fourth running of the $100,000 Inaugural Stakes.
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