Motion-trained entry favored in 9-horse Lady Dean field

April 27, 1996|By Tom Keyser

Nine 3-year-old fillies are slated to run today in Pimlico's first turf race of the year, the $50,000 1 1/16-mile Lady Dean Stakes. Tomorrow, older fillies and mares try the turf in the $30,000 one-mile Searching Stakes.

The likely favorite in the Lady Dean is the entry owned by Lazy Lane Farms and trained by Graham Motion. The entry is made up of Silent Greeting and Top Ends Up. Both won their last race, which was on dirt.

Pub Date: 4/27/96

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