Mo Dont No bested a field of seven rivals in a sound gallop in the $75,000 Cardinal Handicap at Mahoning Valley Racecourse on a pleasant Saturday afternoon, Nov. 9.
The 6-year-old son by Uncle Mo—Lilah, by Defrere won by a commanding 3½ lengths with rider Scott Spieth in the irons for trainer Jeff Radosevich and owner Ron Paolucci Racing at odds of 4-1.
Diamond Dust (Geraldo Corrales) was second at 8-1, while 6-1 King Creed (Jose Bracho) held on for third and 14-1 Over Icce (Deshawn Parker) got up for fourth-place honors.
The victory, Mo Dont No's second of the year in ten starts, brought him closer to the one-million-dollar plateau in earnings. His career earnings now stand at $983,020 from 19 triumphs, ten seconds and two thirds in 40 starts. His seasonal coffers are a healthy $118,940.
Bred by the Beachwood Racing Stable, Mo Dont No was timed in 1:11.47 for the six-furlong sprint for Ohio-registered 3-year-olds and up. He was a $50,000 purchase from the Keeneland Association September 2014 Yearling Sale and won this same stake in 2017 and was second in the 2018 edition of the Cardinal.
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