Saint D'aroak breaks maiden at Hoosier Park
Friday, September 2, 2011 Share on Facebook RSS Feeds
Saint Anddan had his second winner in three days when Saint D'aroak broke her maiden at second asking at Hoosier Park on Aug. 27. The 2-year-old filly is the fifth winner for her sire, who ranks second among all first-crop Florida stallions.

Saint D'aroak had to battle the entire six furlongs of the maiden special weight contest. With never more than a half-length separating her and Glossed and Found, it was until inside the final furlong she wore down her foe to win in 1:13 on a fast track.

After running a close third in her debut, Saint D'aroak is now 1-0-1 and has earned $24,500 for owner/breeders Dennis and Cynthia Claramunt and Randy Klopp, who also is the dark bay filly's trainer.

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