Lemony Bay surges to vic­tory by 1 length

Sta­ble­mate Drift So­ci­ety fin­ishes in sec­ond place; Le Che­va­lier takes third

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - SPORTS -

The Mary­land-based com­bi­na­tion of owner Bru­ton Street-US and cham­pion trainer Jack Fisher dom­i­nated the $30,000 My Lady’s Manor on Saturday when Lemony Bay surged to a 1-length vic­tory over his sta­ble­mate Drift So­ci­ety.

Michael A. Smith’s Le Che­va­lier took the third spot, 41⁄2 lengths be­hind Drift So­ci­ety and 73⁄4 lengths clear of pace­set­ter Grand Manan. Foyle, never close to the ac­tion, fin­ished fifth and last.

As ex­pected, Grand Manan went to the front im­me­di­ately in the 3-mile My Lady’s Manor, the first leg of the Mary­land tim­ber triple crown. Rid­den by Darren Na­gle, the speedy tim­ber stakes win­ner held a 5-length lead early, but he be­gan to fal­ter as Lemony Bay and Drift So­ci­ety made their moves com­ing to the last fences.

Lemony Bay, rid­den by Jeff Mur­phy, proved fastest to the line and pre­vailed in the drive over Drift So­ci­ety, rid­den by Bri­tish jockey Had­den For­est.

Lemony Bay com­pleted the 3-mile dis­tance in 5 min­utes, 51.80 sec­onds on firm turf.

Bru­ton Street-US is the rac­ing op­er­a­tion of Michael D. Hankin, chief ex­ec­u­tive of Bal­ti­more-based Brown Ad­vi­sory and a But­ler res­i­dent. His part­ners in Bru­ton Street-US are Charles Noell and Charles Fen­wick Jr. Fisher, the Na­tional Steeplechase As­so­ci­a­tion’s cham­pion trainer for the past five years, is based in Monk­ton near the race course.

Lemony Bay, an im­port from Eng­land, had fin­ished sec­ond in a My Lady’s Manor maiden tim­ber race last year in his U.S. de­but and then won a maiden race and two tim­ber al­lowance races as Fisher brought him along me­thod­i­cally to build his con­fi­dence over tim­ber fences.

The Mary­land tim­ber triple crown will con­tinue Saturday with the Grand Na­tional in But­ler and the $100,000 Mary­land Hunt Cup on April 29 in Glyn­don. My Lady’s Manor 1st Purse $30,000, tim­ber stakes, 3 miles Horse Jockey Lemony Bay (GB) Mur­phy Drift So­ci­ety (IRE) Frost Le Che­va­lier Beecher Grand Manan Na­gle Foyle Dahl Trainer Fisher Fisher Gom­ena Meis­ter Fen­wick John Rush Streett Me­mo­rial 2nd Purse $15,000, am­a­teur maiden, tim­ber, 3 miles Doc Cebu Frost Fisher Hand­some Hoyt Cle­ments K. Neil­son Durer Beecher Dowl­ing Touch­downtony Hen­driks Davies Ride Away Baum­gard­ner K. Neil­son Out Play­ing Yea­ger McKenna Any Key Leven­thal Meis­ter John Rush Street Me­mo­rial 3rd Purse $15,000, am­a­teur maiden, tim­ber, 3 miles Nat­u­rally Won Frost Dowl­ing Spirit of Shankly (GB) Beecher Beecher Aquies Cle­ments K. Neil­son Kings Apollo (GB) Petty S. Neil­son Our Town Hen­driks Davies Tango Rhythm Poretz Meis­ter Gas Can Ed­die Baum­gard­ner Meis­ter John D. Schapiro Me­mo­rial 4th Purse $15,000, am­a­teur ap­pren­tice, tim­ber, 3 miles Class In­dian Batoff Dowl­ing On The Cor­ner Katz Mur­phy What­didy­ousee Yea­ger Dowl­ing Prime Prospec­tor McGuirk Wy­att Golden Slam­mer Kelly McKenna Terko Ser­vice Pinkard Stew­art School­house Woods Hen­driks Davies

Purse $18,000 $5,400 $3,000 $1,500 $1,200 $9,000 $2,700 $1,500 $750 $600 $450

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$0 $9,000 $2,700 $1,500 $750 $600 $450


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