Historic meet yields top claimer of the week

Claimer of the Week at AGameofSkill.comThe agameofskill.com Claimer of the Week won the first race at the historic Churchill Downs Fall Meeting that began Friday, September 6th. Biker Boy ridden by Corey Lanerie captured the race for $5,000 starter allowance runners at a mile. Biker Boy settled in mid-pack and began his move at the half mile pole. The tough veteran seized the lead at the quarter pole and proved the best stopping the timer at 1:35.68. The son of Came Home paid $10.20 to his backers as he recorded his 12th career victory. The 8 year old is trained by Ron Moquett and has 34 races under his belt with 26 in the money finishes. The gelding is owned by Southern Springs Stable and has an accumulated lifetime bankroll of $292,000.

-Art Parker

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