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Date Posted: 4/20/2019 1:50:22 AM

Fast Prize Drew (inside, white blinkers and red bridle) comes back to edge BV Comeback Kid by a nose in Friday’s allowance feature at Remington Park.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 19, 2019—Fast Prize Drew had only raced in a stakes race once in his short career, but he beat stakes-caliber horses Friday night in Remington Park’s featured allowance race.

It was a family affair in the winner’s circle as Alfredo Triana, Jr. was the winning jockey and Alfredo Triana, Sr. the triumphant trainer for this 3-year-old gelded son of Captain Courage, out of the Fly Jess Fly mare Fast Prize Anna.

Jose Espinoza of Georgetown, Texas, is the winning owner for Fast Prize Drew, who was bred in Texas by Weetona Stanley.

The winning margin for the 8-1 winner was a mere nose over another longshot, BV Comeback Kid who was at 11-1 odds. Fast Prize Drew and BV Comeback Kid hooked up over the final 100 yards to battle evenly to the finish line with the former getting the nose down at the precise time to score the victory.

Fast Prize Drew stopped the clock for 400 yards at 19.603 seconds over a fast track, earning a speed index of 93. Viva Le Don checked in at third place, another 1-1/4 lengths back at 6-1 odds. Fast Prize Drew returned $19 to win, $8.80 to place and $5.80 to show. That 50-cent trifecta was worth $1,667.75.

Fast Prize Drew was racing for only the sixth time in his career and won for the third time, taking home $12,222 from the purse of $24,560 in this allowance race for 3-year-olds-and-up who had not won three races lifetime. The sophomore runner now has six starts, three wins, no seconds and two thirds for a career bankroll of $33,692.

The only other time he had faced horses this tough was in the $45,000 Dash For Cash Juvenile at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, when he finished fifth at 4-1 odds. That was over a muddy track on Oct. 6, 2018.

On Friday night, he was racing against a horse, Viva Le Don, who had won last year’s $267,000 Black Gold Futurity at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, Okla., and had also finished fourth in the $100,000 Heritage Place Juvenile at Remington Park.

He also beat a horse, Accountably, that had qualified for the $1,083,000 Heritage Place Futurity at Remington Park in 2016, and a horse, Redneckedness, that ran third in the $222,000 Speedhorse Futurity at Fair Meadows in Tulsa, Okla., last year. The favorite in Friday night’s race, at lukewarm 4-1 odds, Jakes Baby Wagon had qualified for the $1,025,000 Heritage Place Futurity last year and had already competed in the $255,000 Oklahoma Derby here in March.

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