Full Field Ready for $60,000 Captiva Stakes
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Wed 18/03/2015 - 11:43 EDT
The $60,000 Captiva Island Handicap is the featured race of the day March 18 at Gulfstream Park as a field of 13 including one also eligible is set to contest the five furlong turf sprint.
Free as a Bird is the 3/1 morning line favorite for trainer Ian Wilkes after finishing her 2014 campaign on a five-race win streak including the Buffalo Trace Stakes at Keeneland October 10 in her last start. The six year-old daughter of Hard Spun has won 8 of 21 starts with four second place finishes and five thirds for earnings of $503,208. Free as a Bird has raced four times at Gulfstream with two wins and a second place effort to her credit. Joel Rosario has the mount breaking from post 11.
Fascinate, the 9/2 second choice on the morning line, will try to make amends for a poor effort in her last start when she finished eleventh in the Ladies Turf Sprint Stakes February 21 at Gulfstream. Prior to that effort the Efren Loza trainee had won three straight starts to finish 2014 including a win in the Sparkler Stakes at Gulfstream West. Paco Lopez takes the call breaking from post 12.
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