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Bridgehampton Best in My Juliet

© Nikki Sherman/PTHA

© Nikki Sherman/PTHA

Four-year-old Bridgehampton romped in Saturday’s $75,000 My Juliet Stakes at Parx Racing. The daughter of Bernardini rebounded from a poor showing in the G2 Distaff Handicap at Aqueduct in her prior start to capture her first stakes victory. Bridgehampton previously held solid wins in a maiden special weight at Belmont Park and an allowance race at Aqueduct. She is trained by Michael Hushion, owned by Barry Schwartz, and was ridden in the My Juliet for the first time by Frankie Pennington.

Running on late to finish a game second in the six furlong test was Parx-based Ms. Cruisen’, who is trained by Mike Aro and owned by John Cantarella. Pedro Requena guided the five-year-old stakes winner across the wire second.

Miss d’Oro, under Kendrick Carmouche, finished third for Jason Servis and Mr. Amore Stable.

Completing the order of finish were Risky Rachel, Rockinonthewater and Wild Pantera.

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