March To The Arch Storms Home On Top In Wise Dan

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Charlotte Weber's Live Oak homebred March to the Arch got his first graded stakes win in Saturday's G2 Wise Dan at Churchill Downs, sparking a 10-1 upset by a neck over 71-1 longshot All Right on the wire. The 4-year-old son of Arch, trained by Mark Casse and ridden by Tyler Gaffalione, covered 1 1/16 miles over the firm turf course in 1:40.58.

March to the Arch found a comfortable spot along the rail in mid-pack in the early gong, tracking Siem Riep's hot pace of :23.34 and :46.88 about eight lengths off the lead. Still stuck behind rivals in the far turn and through the top of the stretch, a move by Parlor finally opened a seam and Gaffalione angled the gelding out to take advantage.

When given the signal, March to the Arch responded gamely and showed off a good turn of foot to hit the wire a neck in front. All Right had held the lead from mid-stretch after taking advantage of an inside trip, but would have to settle for second as he was out-finished in the final 50 yards. Admission Office also found his best stride late and was closing strongly as he crossed the wire in third, while Parlor checked in fourth.

Bred in Florida by his owner, March to the Arch is out of multiple graded stakes winner Daveron (Black Sam Bellamy). He broke his maiden in his second start as a sophomore, then won the listed Toronto Cup later that summer at Woodbine. The gelding took a few months off over the winter, returning a winner in the listed Turf Classic Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs at the end of March, and most recently ran fifth in the Grade 1 Turf Classic at Churchill on Derby day. Overall, March to the Arch has won five of his 13 starts to earn over $400,000.

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Kyle Hendricks: Doesn’t expect long absence

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Mr. Money Delivers As Heavy Favorite In Matt Winn Stakes

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Allied Racing Stable's Mr. Money stretched his speed to win Saturday's Grade 3 Matt Winn Stakes at Churchill Downs, adding to a resume that already included a win in the G3 Pat Day Mile. The 3-year-old son of Goldencents, ridden by Gabriel Saez for trainer Bret Calhoun, stalked the early pace and drew clear in the lane to win by open lengths. Favored at odds of 3-5 at post time, Mr. Money completed 1 1/16 miles over the fast main track in 1:42.28.

“That was about as easy as you can do it,” said Saez. “This horse has been so impressive all along and Bret and his team's hard work is paying off. I'm so thankful to Bret and Chester (Thomas) for letting me ride this horse. The 1 1/16-mile distance was a little test tonight. He certainly proved he can do it.”

Knicks Go was quick out of the gate to lead the pack through early fractions of :24.19 and :47.80, while Saez kept a tight hold on Mr. Money in second on the outside. Proverb was also up close while Armistice Day kept pace three wide entering the backstretch, and Signalman tracked the speed from mid-pack.

Approaching the far turn, Mr. Money inched into contention without being asked. Signalman also made a bold move while Proverb was awaiting running room down on the inside.

When asked, Mr. Money sped away from the field to win by at 6 1/2 lengths. Signalman held second, and Proverb was able to move up the rail into third after being checked at least twice behind an erratically-fading Knicks Go. Armistice Day finished fourth.

Bred in Kentucky by Spruce Lane Farm, Mr. Money was a $130,000 yearling at the Keeneland September sale. Fourth in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, the colt was briefly on the Kentucky Derby trail but found his niche at slightly shorter distances to record his first graded stakes win in the Pat Day Mile. The Matt Winn improves his overall record to three wins and two seconds from eight starts for earnings just shy of $500,000.

“The way this horse was training after the Pat Day Mile, we had an idea he'd run a big race,” Calhoun added. “Gabe rode him perfectly tonight and he's proving his talent, that's for sure.”

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Daniel Murphy: Scratched from lineup

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Fury-Schwarz undercard results: Heavyweight Vianello stops Hickman in Round 2

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Race Day Filly Airs by 10 1/2 Lengths at Lone Star

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Jockey Rafael Bejarano Rides 4,000th Winner

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