Born Runner Classic Draws 12 Indiana-Breds

Multiple stakes winner Beach Cartel draws rail post Saturday at Indiana Grand.

An overflow field of 12 state-breds has been entered in Saturday's Born Runner Classic Stakes at Indiana Grand.

An overflow field of 12 state-bred sprinters, including two also-eligible entries, has been entered in Saturday’s 400-yard, $75,000 Born Runner Classic Stakes (R) at Indiana Grand.

Sheri Miller’s Beach Cartel, a homebred gray son of Escondido Beach trained by Randy Smith, will risk his three-race win streak from the rail post. A multiple stakes winner at this track last season, the gelding made his 4-year-old debut with a wire-to-wire, half-length victory in a 400-yard, $20,000 open-condition allowance on April 30.

Rodney Prescott will ride Beach Cartel in the Born Runner Classic.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
Beach Cartel (Rodney Prescott)
Chilled Six Pack (Harold Collins)
Paytons Gone (Julie Veltman)
Beach Bride (Jose Beltran)
Dna Dales Quick Cat (Giovani Vazquez-Gomez)
Beach Runner (Rolando Pina)
The Cartel Concept (Shanley Jackson)
Hand Of Doom (Cesar G. Esqueda)
WH Design By Dash (Cristian Esqueda)
Ldz Special Jess (Jose L. Davila)
AE-Ms Back In Action (Cristian Esqueda)
AE-Swooners Only Eye (Rolando Pina)

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