Mobil Lady picked up her second career victory by nailing down the $75,000 Glacial Princess Stakes on a wet Saturday afternoon, Nov. 17 at Mahoning Valley Race Course.
Steered by rider Christian Pilares, the daughter by Mobil, out of the Survivalist mare Surviving New York was clocked in 1:14.96 in the six-furlong sprint over a surface listed as sloppy.
Mobil Lady left the gate at odds of 9-1, the longest shot on the board among the five 2-year-old Ohio-accredited fillies.
Radiant Bird (T.D. Houghton) left the gate sharply and led the field to the half, with the 3-1 shot battling even-money favorite Hey Adrian (Juan Velez). Mobil Lady picked up the leaders in the far turn and was three-quarters of a length in front at the wire.
Show Me Some Sass (Luis Gonzalez) was second at 2-1, with Hey Adrian holding on for third, while Angel's Stormin (Geraldo corrales) notched fourth-place honors at 5-2, as Radiant Bird faded to fifth.
Mobil Lady now has $71,100 in career earnings from a pair of victories and one second-place finish in six starts for owner Laurie Pratt. Bred by Daniel Gale, Mobil Lady is trained by Robin Schuster.
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