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Mosquito Blue Chip defends her NYSS crown at Saratoga

Thursday, June 25, 2015  By: Melissa Simser

 

Saratoga, NY---There were three divisions of the $56,125 New York Sire Stakes for three year old pacing fillies on Thursday at Saratoga Casino and Raceway. Defending champion Mosquito Blue Chip (Bettor’s Delight) has picked up right where she left off as a two-year-old in 2014, and showed what she’s capable of on Thursday.

 

Bruce Aldrich Jr. piloted the sophomore filly to a wire-to-wire victory in 1:53.3 for trainer Paul Jessop in the afternoon’s first Sire Stake race. A winner in four of nine starts last year including one on the Night of Champions, Mosquito Blue Chip is defending her stakes crown very well to this point.

 

Thursday was her second victory in six starts as she pulled off a mild upset as the race’s 3-1 third choice. The fastest filly among stakes winners on Thursday was Moremercy Blue Chip (Rock N Roll Heaven) who also went the distance on the front end before stopping the timer in 1:53.1. Andy Miller piloted the filly for trainer Julie Miller as the sophomore recorded the biggest win of her young career.

 

The other $56,125 division of the NYSS was won by Bettor N Better (Bettor’s Delight) who outpaced her rivals home to prevail in 1:53.3. Matt Kakaley piloted the Ron Burke trainee to her first victory of the season after being one of the top freshman fillies in 2014.

 

Live racing continues on Friday night at Saratoga with a pick five carryover of more than $2,100. First post time is set for 6:45 p.m.


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