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Golden Gate Fields Press Release
BERKELEY. Calif.—Southern California invader Quickly Park It scored an impressive victory in her first start against winners on Saturday at Golden Gate Fields in the feature race of the day, the $75,000 Pike Place Dancer Stakes for 2-year-old fillies. The one-mile turf contest was the first of 9 stakes races at the 2022 Golden Gate Fall Meet.
Quickly Park It sat last early, made an eye-catching move into the far turn while moving up to take second, passed early leader Ami Please with a furlong left to go and drew away for a decisive score. Under jockey William Antongeorgi III, Quickly Park It completed the one mile over firm turf in 1:39.42 seconds. Quickly Park It is trained by Sean McCarthy and owned by Harris Farms Inc, who bred the daughter of Prospect Park. A California-bred filly, Quickly Park It has now won two races from three lifetime starts, with career earnings of $95,520.
Quickly Park It paid $26.00 to win, $7.00 to place and $4.60 to show. Runner up finisher Ami Please returned $2.80 to place and $2.20 to show while third place finisher Sally’s Sassy paid $3.80 to show. They were followed home by 6-5 race favorite Bolt’s Broad, Juana Gallo, Smiling Lady and E Z Pharis.
Live racing resumes at Golden Gate on Sunday with a 9-race program. First post is 1:45 PM.