Castillo wins 12th, leads Timonium riders

September 07, 1992|By James H. Jackson | James H. Jackson,Staff Writer

Freddy Castillo rode two winners yesterday at Timonium Race Course, including the featured Housebuster Purse.

Castillo, who leads the Timonium jockey standing with 12 victories with one day remaining, gave Kelly's Class a perfect ride to win the four-furlong allowance race in 46 seconds over a sloppy track.

Bold Jag and Mouse Man battled for the lead from the first jump out of the gate to the top of stretch when Castillo made his move on the 4-year-old colt, which he had lying in third. Castillo took Kelly's Class wide and pulled away with a rush through the stretch to beat Mouse Man by 2 1/4 lengths.

The victory was the third in the past four starts for Kelly's Class, trained by Fred Groves. The colt is 12-for-31 in his career and has earned $122.940.

L Castillo also won on Proven Ties ($4.20) in the fourth race.

Castillo leads second-place Alberto Delgado, who is seeking his third consecutive Timonium riding title, by three victories.

Simulcast from Meadowlands

Timonium, on the final day of its 10-day meeting, will simulcast a $26,000 allowance race from the Meadowlands, which will open its meeting today.

Nine fillies and mares have been entered in the one-mile, 70-yard event over the turf course. Whip Cream, Aunt Sigourney and Belle of Amherst are the likely favorites.

The live feature today will be the $16,000 Bet Twice Purse, a 1 1/8 -mile race in which 10-year-old Little Bold John will try for his second victory in a row and third in his past four. He'll be challenged by Bomb The Bridge and Creative Act.

Maryland Million Day

Four horses who have been entered in the Maryland Million Day races, Sept. 26 at Pimlico, ran in the Salvatore Mile at Monmouth Park on Saturday.

Root Boy, trained by Lou Bernier, finished second and He Is Risen, trained by John Robb, was third. Timely Warning and Frugal Doc finished as also-rans.

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