Claimer of the Week: Correctly done

Politicallycorrect stalked the early leaders, made his move about a furlong out and prevailed to win the first race at Keeneland last Thursday afternoon. The Wesley Ward trained gelding collected his seventh lifetime victory and has been named the agameofskill.comClaimer of the Week. The 6 year old covered the 6 ½ furlongs in 1:17.75 over a fast track and returned $5.40 to his backers. Ridden by Albin Jimenez, the son of Kitten’s Joy helped Ken and Sarah Ramsey to win another Keeneland owner’s title, who also bred the horse. The Kentucky bred has now finished in the money 16 times (top three finishers) out of 28 lifetime races and has accumulated earnings of approximately $528,000.

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