Horse Racing

Lexie Lou wins the Wonder Where Stakes

The Canadian Press
8/10/2014 11:04:27 PM
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TORONTO - Lexie Lou picked up from where she left off by claiming first place at the $250,000 Wonder Where Stakes on Sunday at Woodbine Racetrack.

In her first race since winning the Queen's Plate last month, the three-year-old filly ran the 1 1/4 mile turf track in 2:00.90 to capture the final leg of the Triple Tiara series.

Skylander Girl was second with Lapsang third in the eight-horse field.

Lexie Lou also won the first leg of the Triple Tiara series at Woodbine Oaks in June, however was kept out of the second race -- the Bison City Stakes -- to focus on the Queen's Plate. Unspurned went on to win the second gem.

Lexie Lou is driven by Patrick Husbands for trainer Mark Casse and owner Gary Barber and now has earnings of $1,399,250 to go with six career stakes wins.

Lexie Lou wins Queen's Plate (Photo: The Canadian Press)


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