OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 25, 2009) Reinsman Daniel Centeno enjoyed three more trips to the Winner’s Circle today, giving him 43 wins for the current meet and solidifying his position as fourth leading rider in the nation by wins. Kirk Ziadie, who currently leads the Tampa trainer’s standings, added two more victories to his tally.

Centeno’s first win on the program in the came in the fourth race when he booted home Lord Louis, a nine-year-old Langfuhr gelding owned by Winning Move Stable and trained by Peter Walder. Centeno came right back in the fifth race to score with Teagan’s Girl.

The four-year-old Tiger Ridge filly was bred in Florida by Cashel Mark Farm and was saddled by Stephen DiMauro for owner Florence Patitucci. Centeno next swept the Pick Three with Helen Alexander and Stuart Huston’s Remoulade. The Lemon Drop Kid mare is under the care of Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Michael Matz and has finished in the money in seven of her ten lifetime starts.

Conditioner Kirk Ziadie trained two winners today, both times with jockey David Cardoso in the irons. Ziadie’s fist winner was Braggadocio, a four-year-old Florida-bred Invisible Ink gelding owned by breeder Needmore Thoroughbreds. Ziadie struck again in the Cody’s Original Roadhouse Race of the Week with Sir Edgar, a three-year-old son of Three Wonders bred in Florida by owner Laurence Heffes.

Racing resumes Tuesday, January 27 with a ten race card; the Pick 6 carryover is $14,922.97, and the High 5 carryover is $2,413.65. The Silks Poker room is open daily from 12:30 PM through 12:30 AM, and The Downs Golf Practice Facility is open on Mondays from 10:00 AM through 10:00 PM and on Tuesdays through Sundays from 8:30 AM through 10:00 PM.