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First-level allowance races for non-Kentucky runners will carry purses of $65,000; for maiden races, $58,000. Trainer Mark Casse recently said, not entirely in jest, “When we run one at Saratoga and it gets beat, we say, ‘That will set him up for a real pot at Kentucky Downs.'” Saturday’s card at the all-turf layout features four stakes races, each worth $350,000 for the Kentucky-breds who will make up the bulk of the big fields. Cash Control comes to Saturday’s 1-mile Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf with a record showing five straight in-the-money finishes, including a good third behind Tepin in the Grade II Distaff Turf Mile at Churchill Downs. That could be good enough against the eight rivals signed on here. However, one of those, Mizz Money, defeated Cash Control by a nose in the New Orleans Ladies back in March at Fair Grounds. Also here is She’s Not Here, who has won the Grade II Yellow Ribbon at Del Mar two straight years but has been pretty dismal in between those scores. linked hereSusie Bee and Secret Someone also are worth a look. Cash Control, a 5-year-old Pioneerof the Nile mare, is trained by Brad Cox and regular rider Shaun Bridgmohan will ride. The Kentucky Downs Turf Sprint, at 6 1/2 furlongs, looks like a real brawl with an overflow field arguably headed by Undrafted. The Wesley Ward trainee famously won the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot last year but also has run well here, finishing third, beaten only 1/2 length, in the 2014 Turf Dash and second last year in the $350,000 More Than Ready at 1 mile.
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