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06.08.2012
Classy filly is early favorite for Saturday's Handicap
FARMINGTON, N.Y. –Nicole’s Miss El is listed as the 123-pound highweight for the 32nd renewal of the $50,000 Susan B. Anthony Handicap at Finger Lakes Casino and Racetrack on Saturday. The 4-year-old filly is the early favorite for the six furlong dash for New York-bred fillies and mares with morning line odds of 7-5.

The $116,335 earner owned by Ron Kiser has enjoyed much of her success at Finger Lakes. She has achieved all of her six career triumphs at her home track. The Daniel Conway-trainee has been a horse for the course with four wins in four six furlong starts at the Western New York track.

Nicole’s Miss El has hit the board in three prior stakes but has yet to add a stakes victory to
her resume. She will be ridden in Saturday’s eighth race by Dennis Carr.

Bob’s Dylan won the annual handicap in 2009 for trainer Michael S. Ferraro. Her victory over stablemates Afleet Alexandra and Sweet Lorena completed a sweep of the event for Ferraro. Jockey Joel Sone will be in the irons of the 7-year-old mare for owner Blue Star Stable.

Simulcast wagering on the Belmont Stakes will also be available on June 9 with on-track payouts.

Beginning when racing doors open, the first 1,000 Members to check in to Player Extras will receive a commemorative Belmont Glass. Plus, fans can register for a chance to win one of fifty $50 betting vouchers.

First race post time for Saturday is set at 1:10 p.m. Casino doors open at 8 a.m. and racing gates open at 11:00.a.m.
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