Dependable Toronto runner takes claiming honor

Claimer of the Week at AGameofSkill.comProhibitive favorite Daniel Be Good easily captured the sixth race at Woodbine Wednesday night and has been named the Claimer of the Week. Daniel Be Good totally controlled the race for $10,000 claimers by seizing the lead and escorting the field all the way to the finish line. The outcome was never in doubt as the 7 year old handled the 6 furlongs on Woodbine’s polytrack in1:11.29 and returned $2.60 to his supporters. Ridden by regular rider Jermaine Bridgmohan, the son of Trajectory notched his 11th career win from 42 starts. Trained by Nick Gonzalez and owned by Gonzalez, Rizzo & Kilicker, the bay gelding has finished in the money 26 times and accumulated more than $418,000 in lifetime earnings.

-Art Parker

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