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Horse racing: Formal Joker wins Wyoming Downs’ Inaugural
First Published Jun 21 2014 09:12 pm • Last Updated Jun 21 2014 11:19 pm

Evanston, Wyo. • Formal Joker went wire-to-wire Saturday and captured the $9,450 Inaugural Stakes at Wyoming Downs.

Trained by Nathan Barrow and ridden by Nathan Condie, Formal Joker prevailed by one-half length over Thirteengoldhearts. Curahee, the 2-to-1 favorite, finished seventh in the nine-horse field.

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Owned by Two the Max Investments LLC, Formal Joker won for the third time in 13 starts. The winner’s share of $5,670 bumped his career earnings to $23,587.

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