Jockey Trevor McCarthy rode five winners Tuesday afternoon at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania, each paying a healthy ROI of $9 or more.
McCarthy, a graduate of A.I. duPont High School in Greenville, Delaware, notched his first winner on the day with Magical Fire ($10) for trainer Mario Serey, Jr. in the first race. The 22-year-old native of Wilmington, Delaware, notched his second winner aboard North Ocean ($9.40) for trainer Charles Hadry in the second. He followed with victories aboard Trulamo ($18) for trainer Jamie Ness in the fourth, Fillupcohensapiker ($9) for Andrew Simoff in the fifth and Thea's Reign ($24.40) for Donald White in the eighth.
According to the Daily Racing Form, North Ocean and Thea's Reign were pick-up mounts for McCarthy after J.D. Acosta had to take off his rides to attend to a family matter.
McCarthy has ridden 18 winners from 97 starters at Parx, good for 21st in the track's nearly year-round standings. The young jockey has primarily been riding at Laurel Park in Maryland, where he is second in the jockey standings with 36 winners.
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