My Wandy’s Girl took the Día de la Mujer

Edwin Castro impulsa al máximo a My Wandy's Girl para dominar el Clásico Día De La Mujer 2012.
Edwin Castro pushes My Wandy’s Girl to her max to take the Clásico Día De La Mujer 2012.

The three year old imported My Wandy’s Girl left no doubt about who is the best in her division after winning over Aracelis Baby M. in the 27th edition of the Clásico Día De La Mujer, which for the distance of 1,700 meters was held in the seventh event this past Sunday, March 4, at the Hipódromo Camarero.

My Wandy’s Girl, conducted by Edwin Castro, advanced from the third place, with 600 meters still left, while Aracelis Baby M. took the lead over Indy Warrior, attempting an escape to the front in the last fourth of a mile.

But at that moment My Wandy’s Girl ran on second on the outside, when they entered the last stretch strongly attacked Aracelis Baby M., outperforming her in the last 200 meters to distance from the rest arriving with a lead of two and a half lengths, clocking 1:48.23 for the distance of the event, which offered a price of $69,820 with the 60% reserved for the winning team.

My Wandy’s Girl, owned by the Wanda Iris stable and trained by Sammy Díaz, added her second stakes triumph of her history of 12 exits, holding 8 victories overall, three of them in this year and all of them with jockey Edwin Castro.

At the trophies ceremony, the Women’s Advocate, Mrs. Wanda Vázquez, presented the prize to the interests of My Wandy’s Girl in the company of other personalities of the horse racing field.

The Pick-6 payed $7,804.35 with six winners and $92.15 with five. Th ewinning digits were 5 – 7 – 2 – 4 – 9 – 5.

Photo by Hipi-Photo.

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