Monday, May 23 2011
Paso Doble takes New Providence
TORONTO, May 22 - Favoured Paso Doble, ridden by Patrick Husbands, took over from pacesetter Daniel Be Good turning for home, then fended off a late challenge from Dancingall Theway by a length to win the featured $125,000 New Providence Stakes, Sunday at Woodbine.
Now trained by Mark Casse for Centennial Farms, Paso Doble, a five-year-old gelded son of Bold n’ Flashy-Dance Lessons, was winning his second race in a row in impressive fashion, getting the six furlongs in 1:09.18. Don’s Folly wound up third, one and three-quarter lengths further back, while Daniel Be Good was fourth.
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