Lone Star Park Recap

Lone Star Park Recap

The track ended its 2020 Fall Meeting of Champions on Saturday.

Dulce Sin Tacha 2020 Texas Classic Futurity. PHOTO: Dustin Orona

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Lone Star Park ended its 26-night Fall Meeting of Champions with a 12-race program that included five stakes on Saturday.

Lone Star Park averaged a track-record $77,867.88 in average daily export handle during the meet, 16 percent higher than its previous record average daily export handle set in 2020. The track's richest race, Saturday's $1,031,211 Texas Classic Futurity (G1), was won by Dulce Sin Tacha, a homebred trained by Heath Taylor for owners Bob and Jerry Gaston.

Saturday's closing-night card also featured the $393,210 Texas Classic Derby (G1), which was won by Stinebaugh Equine Enterprises LLC's Perrys Double Down.

Luis Vivanco was Lone Star Park's leading jockey with 31 wins from 1192 mounts. Vivanco also won Lone Star Park's riding title in 2014.

Alonso Neri topped all Lone Star Park trainers with 28 wins from 121 starters. Sarah Huskey of Dallas, Texas, was Lone Star Park's leading ownerr with six wins from 18 starters.
 
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