Jockey Shaun Bridgmohan had a banner day on Saturday at Churchill Downs, where he rode five straight winners on the eleven-race card.
Among his winners was Good Deed, who took home the feature race, the Unbridled Sidney Stakes with a gate-to-wire effort. Good Deed won the race by 4 ¼ lengths for trainer Steve Margolis and owner/breeders Richard, Bertram, and Elane Klein.
The wins bring Bridgmohan to the top of the Churchill jockey colony, placing him ahead of Joel Rosario. Rosario amassed 14 wins at the track during the first week of the 38-day meet before moving to New York.
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