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Horse racing: Make More Money wins Wyoming Downs feature
First Published Jun 29 2014 11:05 pm • Last Updated Jun 29 2014 11:05 pm

Evanston, Wyo. • Make More Money, the overwhelming favorite, raced to a cruise-control one-length victory in the $5,000 allowance feature Sunday at Wyoming Downs.

Sent off at 1-to-2 in the wagering, Make More Money stalked pace-setting Sapata until the top of the stretch before pulling away under jockey Nakia Ramirez. Sapata held on for second in the four-furlong event for non-winners of two races.

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Make More Money last raced at Hollywood Park in November, but the California-bred mare didn’t show any ill effects from the seven-month layoff for owner-trainer Kash Evans. She won for the second time in seven starts. The winner’s share of $3,000 bumped her career earnings to over $29,000.

Racing resumes Saturday at Wyoming Downs. Post time is 1 p.m.




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