Halo's Security finds small gap, charges to Conniver Stakes win

February 22, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Friend's Choice Farm's Halo's Security scooted through a narrow gap between the pacesetter to her left and a wall of horses to her right and won the 31st running of the seven-furlong, $60,000-added Conniver Stakes for registered Maryland-bred fillies and mares yesterday at Laurel Park.

Halo's Security crossed under the wire in 1: 24 2/5, a length and a half in front over a fast surface. She paid $10.60 to win.

Maragold Princess, who also muscled her way through traffic, edged Proud Run for the place. The Halo Security-Maragold Princess exacta returned $91.40.

Jockey Nik Goodwin rode Halo's Security for trainer and breeder Robert Beall. With the $36,000 win, the 5-year-old Halo's Security has now amassed $216,653.

Area race schedule

Laurel Park: Live racing Wednesday through Sunday, post times 12: 40 p.m. Simulcasts every day except Tuesday. Laurel Park ends live meet March 28. Pimlico opens March 31.

Rosecroft Raceway: Simulcasts daily. Live racing Thursday through Saturday, post times 7: 20 p.m.

Pub Date: 2/22/99

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