Somethingbeautiful

Somethingbeautiful remains undefeated in six starts this season at Hoosier Park with a victory Wednesday night in her split of the Indiana Sires Stakes.

ANDERSON -- Somethingbeautiful solidified her divisional dominance in the Hoosier state's 2-year-old pacing filly ranks as she turned in a dazzling 1:52.2 performance to take the co-featured event Wednesday, a split of Indiana Sires Stakes action at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. With driver LeWayne Miller in the bike, Somethingbeautiful recorded her sixth consecutive victory and remains undefeated this season.

Leaving from the rail, Somethingbeautiful left just enough to grab a pocket seat behind the pace-setting Something To Me and John DeLong through the opening quarter in :27.4. JK She’s Gordjus and Trace Tetrick wanted their turn on the front and got it just before the half in :57.2. JK She’s Gordjus continued to call the shots through the three-quarters in 1:25.2, but Somethingbeautiful was winding up to strike. Using a :26.2 final quarter, Somethingbeautiful was able to track down JK She’s Gordjus and repel a late sure from Something to Me to get the win by a length.

Dylan Davis trains the daughter of Always A Virgin and Summer N Sand for the ownership partnership of H. Taylor, E. Gold, A. Basen and R. Lomabardo. With the victory, Somethingbeatiful increased her lifetime bankroll to $104,500.

In the first division of the stakes action for 2-year-old pacing fillies, GD Rockin Kay turned in a sharp front-running effort to score a 1:52.4 victory. With Trace Tetrick in the bike, GD Rockin Kay made her game-winning move down the backside and was a two-length winner. With the win, GD Rockin Kay established a new lifetime best and recorded her third win of the season from seven starts.

Trained by Erv Miller, the daughter of Rockin Image and Kayla’s Dream now has a lifetime record of 7-3-1-1. GD Rockin Kay is owned in partnership by Engel Stable of Ill, L. Willinger, Hen-Shaut Stb and G. Golemes and has amassed $37,825 in lifetime purse earnings.

Two $32,500 divisions of Indiana Sires Stakes for the 3-year-old trotting fillies were also featured on the 14-race card. May Baby and James Yoder continued their winning ways and captured the fastest division in 1:52.3. Yoder moved May Baby to the lead down the backside, and she trotted strong to the wire to finish five lengths to the good. With the victory, May Baby equaled her lifetime best and recorded her fifth win from eight starts this season. Owned by Cheyenne Yoder and trained by James Yoder, the daughter of Guccio and Free Wheeling now sports a lifetime bankroll of $324,115.

Swan Bomb and Ricky Macomber Jr. provided the lone upset as they pulled the slight 6-1 surprise in the final division for 3-year-old trotting fillies. With a final time of 1:55.3, Swan Bomb took advantage of a second-over trip to get the win by a length. Trained by Jamie Macomber and owned by Dreamville Stable, the daughter of Swan For All and Tilly Bomb has now won four of 12 seasonal starts.

Indiana Sires Stakes action will continue at Hoosier Park on Thursday. The 14-race card will also feature a $10,000 Guaranteed Pick-4 in Races 3-6 and a $10,000 Guaranteed Hoosier High-5 pool in the last race of the program.

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