Lothenbach Stables’ Bell’s the One, final early within the box of 10, moved widest of all within the stretch to brush previous the sector and cross directly to a 1¼-length victory over First Superstar to win the 21st working of the $250,000 Lexus Raven Run (G2) for 3-year-old fillies ahead of a Saturday afternoon crowd of 24,296 at Keeneland.
Educated via Neil Pessin and ridden via Corey Lanerie, Bell’s the One coated the 7 furlongs on a quick major observe in 1:22.97. The victory is the second one within the race for Lanerie, who gained in 2010 on Hilda’s Pastime.
The complexion of the race modified originally when liked Indian Delight broke a step sluggish and noticed the sector a number of lengths. Irish Mischief and Unfastened Duvet took merit to combat for the early lead most effective to be joined after a quarter-mile via Indian Delight.
The ones 3 raced as a group via fractions of :22.81 and :45.33 as Lanerie bided his time on the rear of the sector. Going into the some distance flip, Bell’s the One started selecting off horses and at the flip, Lanerie moved Bell’s the One off the rail.
On the head of the lane, Lanerie moved six broad, collared First Superstar on the 8th pole and drew transparent on the 16th pole for the victory.
Bell’s the One is a Kentucky-bred daughter of Majesticperfection out of the Side road Cry (IRE) mare Side road Mate.
The victory was once price $150,000 and greater Bell’s the One’s profits to $394,350 with a document of 9-5-2-0. It’s her first graded-stakes victory.
Bell’s the One returned $28.60, $10.80 and $5.20. First Superstar, ridden via Drayden Van Dyke, returned $6.20 and $4.20 and completed 2¼ lengths in entrance of Indian Delight, who paid $3.20 to turn underneath John Velazquez.
It was once some other head again to Irish Mischief with Royal Charlotte, Oxy Woman, Wishes Supervision, Istan Council, Horologist and Unfastened Duvet following so as.
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