Fast Man Vic Wins Bank of America Ajax Challenge Championship

The Texas-bred son of Mighty Invictus scores Sunday at Ajax Downs.

Q-Racing Journal

Full Circle Racing's Fast Man Vic earned his first stakes win in nearly two years in Sunday's Bank of America Ajax Challenge Championship at Ajax Downs.

A sharp break from post 3 helped Full Circle Racing's Fast Man Vic score a wire-to-wire victory in Sunday's $42,519 Bank of America Ajax Challenge Championship at Ajax Downs.

Ridden by Shanley Jackson for trainer Greg Watson, Fast Man Vic went 440 yards in :22.070, and his winning margin was a clear 1 1/4 lengths from One Famous Glass. The 4-year-old Mighty Invictus gelding landed a berth in the October 29, $350,000 Bank of America Challenge Championship (G1) at Los Alamitos.

Fast Man Vic prepped for this race with a head win in a 400-yard, $15,266 open-condition allowance at Ajax on August 7. The gelding was bred in Texas by Walter R. "Dick" Harrison.

Campaigned in Florida, Indiana, and the province of Ontario, Fast Man Vic has earned $168,493 from 19 starts, and his six wins include the $181,640 QHRA of Indiana Stallion Service Auction Futurity (R) in 2014.

Fantsy Pants, Jesskissmytexas, The Fdd Map, Rockin Miss Kitty, and Dee Dees Winner completed the order of finish.

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