Ann Dear edges Mixed Appeal to capture My Juliet Stakes

August 22, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Patricia Massey's Ann Dear split rivals in the deep stretch and out-kicked Mixed Appeal for a half-length victory in yesterday's $55,450 My Juliet Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.

Jockey John Luzzi Jr. guided Ann Dear over six furlongs on a sloppy track in 1 minute, 12 2/5 seconds. Trained by Anthony Dutrow, the winner paid $9.40, $5 and $4.40. Mixed Appeal, a graded-stakes winner, settled for second, and paid $9.60 and $5.40. Long shot Bless Our Home was third and returned $12. The favored May Maloy was seventh.

The 4-year-old daughter of Lord Avie, Ann Dear has hit the board in 11 of 14 starts, including five victories. Earlier this year, the Kentucky-bred Ann Dear won the Sweet and Sassy Handicap at Delaware Park, followed by second-place showings in Pimlico's Jacob France Stakes and the Grade II Molly Pitcher at Monmouth Park.

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