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Treasured Up Returns to Win at the Fair Grounds
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5th at FGXOpt Clm ($40k)  [1m (T)]Winner: Treasured Up, f, 3 by Medaglia d'Oro
5th-FGX, $43,000, Alw, Opt. Clm. ($40,000), NW2X, 4yo/up, f/m, a1mT, 1:38 2/5, gd.
TREASURED UP (f, 4, Medaglia d’Oro--Melisma, by Well Decorated) graduated in her third start here last February and won her next start routing over the Keeneland synthetic in April. She ran a career best when third in the GIII Regret S. over the Churchill turf in June. She has was out of the money in three subsequent stakes, most recently finishing seventh in the GI QE II Cup last time out at Keeneland in October. The even-money favorite broke from the outside and was unhurried down the backstretch. She picked up speed entering the bend, swung out about seven wide, battled with North by Northlite (North Light {Ire}) and hit the wire a neck in front. The winner is a half to Choctaw Nation (Louis Quatorze), MGSW-US & GISP-UAE, $1,224,800. Sales history: $450,000 yrl '10 FTSAUG. Lifetime Record: GSP, 10-3-1-2, $122,533. Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO. O-Spendthrift Farm LLC. B-Summer Wind Farm (KY). T-Albert M Stall Jr.

   

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