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Travel Advisory Sharp in Fair Grounds Feature

TK Stables’ Travel Advisory challenged for command after being set down for the drive in Sunday’s $49,000 allowance and $50,000 optional claiming grass test at Fair Grounds, drew off quickly and then completed his run with a 1 3/4-length victory under intermittent urging.

 

The winner, trained by Kellyn Gorder and ridden by C. J. McMahon, toured the about 1 1/16-mile distance over a Stall-Wilson turf course rated “good” in 1:46.12, increased his career earnings to $52,985 with his second win in seven lifetime starts and returned mutuels o $21.20, $11 and $8.20.

 

Jim Tafel’s All Stormy, unhurried early, closed willingly late to be easily second best, paying $8.80 and $5.60, but could not seriously threaten the winner.

 

Stoneway Farm’s Atlantic Titan, never far back, had lacked the needed late response but held down the show spot at the wire, returning $14.20 while 4 3 /4-lengths farther back.

 

Gary and Mary West’s Control Tower and Shadwell Stable’s Mabroom alternated on the early lead with splits of 23.82 and 48.42 but tired from their efforts.

 


 

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