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Bolt d’Oro Filly Still Perfect at Santa Anita

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Update: March 27, 2023 at 7:58 pm

Saturday, Santa Anita, $72,500, Alw (NW1$X)/Optional. Clm ($100,000), 3-27, 3yo, f, 7f, 1:22.07, ft, 2 lengths.
ANYONE (f, 3, Bolt d’Oro–Fancy and Flashy {SP}, by Zensational) , starting first in a Hronis Racing shirt, lifted her record to a perfect two-two with a decisive win at Santa Anita Monday. The 9-2 shot boosted the pace of the Liberal Lady (Mor Spirit), speeding up the bend to challenge the speed runner and take the lead for long periods of time. She refuses Coffee in fancy bed (make for curly) down the lane and sail under the rope two lengths ahead.

Anywho debuted with a win at the Belmont meetup at the Aqueduct last October to Rob Masiello and trainer Tom Albertrani before selling for $290,000 to blood supply agent David Ingordo during the month’s Keeneland sale. 11 years ago. She was originally purchased by agent Joe Migliore for $300,000 during the Keeneland sale in September 2021.

Dirty Bay, half-sister with Wipe the Slate (NyquistGSP, $122,999), has a 2-year-old half-brother with Catholic Boy— who sold to bloodthirsty dealer Alistair Roden for $55,000 during last September’s Keeneland sale — as well as an avid half-sister of McKinzie. Stock put Fancy and flashy has been bred to Maxfield last year. click for chart or VIDEO, sponsored by TVG. Lifetime record: 2-2-0-0, 95,450 USD.
O-Hronis Racing LLC; B-Brookfield Stud (KY); T-John W. Sadler.

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