Mr. Amore Stable’s Ribo Bobo headed pacesetter Immortal Eyes
around the turn before pulling away from that rival and all the rest to capture
the $75,000 Icecapade Stakes at Monmouth Park on Monday by four lengths.
Jason Servis, Ribo Bobo paid $5.40 and $2.80 after stepping the six furlongs
over a fast main track in 1:10 flat.
Immortal Eyes completed the $10.80 exacta and paid $2.20. He Can Run rallied for third with Royal
Currier checking in fourth and last.
pros like him, you just let him do what he wants once the gates open,” said
winning jockey Gabriel Saez. “We were
able to sit just off the speed and around the turn he went up after them pretty
much on his own. In the stretch, I asked
him and he kept going.”
a 5-year-old gelding by Louis Quartorze from the Private Terms mare Private
Prom Party has now won seven straight, a streak that dates back to Jan. 9 of
continues at Monmouth
Park on Saturday, Sept. 7
– gates open 11:30 a.m., first post 12:50 p.m.