Saint Anddan gets first stakes winner
Saturday, September 10, 2011 Share on Facebook RSS Feeds
Saint D'aroak rolled to a 3 length win in the $89,200 City of Anderson S. on Sept. 10 at Hoosier Park to give her sire Saint Anddan his first stakes winner of his stallion career. Saint Anddan is Florida's second-leading freshman sire and is in the top 20 of all North American first-crop sires.

Saint D'aroak came into the City of Anderson off her maiden score, also at Hoosier, on Aug. 31. Sitting in a stalking position while well off the rail, the dark bay filly picked up the pace coming into the straightaway and drew off for the win. She finished the 5 1/2-furlongs on a muddy track in 1:06.80.

After running a close third in her debut, Saint D'aroak is now 2-0-1 and has earned $75,879 for owner/breeders Dennis and Cynthia Claramunt and Randy Klopp, who also is the filly's trainer.

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