Three-year-old Rainbow Heir kept his record intact with a front-running allowance victory March 21 at Laurel Park (VIDEO
). The sophomore son of Wildcat Heir took the 5 1/2-furlong main track contest by a half-length after opening up a couple of lengths in the stretch.
A New Farm homebred trained by Ben Perkins, Jr., Rainbow Heir broke his maiden by 5 3/4-lengths on Feb. 1, also at Laurel. The chestnut colt has earned $44,460 in his two outings.
Rainbow Heir is one of five winners out of the stakes-placed mare Rainbow Pride and is one of 24 winners this year by Wildcat Heir, who currently ranks third on Florida's General Sire list with progeny earnings of $636,418.
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