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Six Entered in Pat O'Brien

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A field of six was entered Thursday for Sunday’s Grade I, $250,000 Pat O’Brien Stakes. The second of the major sprint events of the meeting, coming a month after the 6-furlong Bing Crosby Handicap, the 7-furlong O’Brien will go as the fifth race on an 11-race program beginning at 1 p.m.


From the rail out the field is Don Tito (Alonso Quinonez),  Caracortado (Victor Espinoza),  Camp Victory (Joe Talamo), The Factor (Martin Garcia), Smiling Tiger (Joel Rosario) and Crown of Thorns (Garrett Gomez).


Caracortado is also entered in Saturday’s Del Mar Mile and will scratch from one of the races.

 

 

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