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Flying Mancini wins Inaugural Stakes at Derby Lane

Greyhounds

McAllister Kennels' Flying Mancini won the Inaugural Stakes on Saturday at Derby Lane. Trained by Barbara McAllister for Vince Berland, she clocked 550 yards in 30.71 seconds for her fourth career stakes win. Kelsos Hathaway was second and Tmc's Trail Boss third.

Thoroughbreds

Dream Rush beat Rising Fever by a neck to win the $65,000 Minaret Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs. Ridden by Daniel Centeno, it covered 6 furlongs in 1:10.73. Star Operator was third.

Hal's Hope Handicap: TBD grad Delightful Kiss came from last to win the Grade III race at Gulfstream, finishing 1 mile in 1:36.13. Notonthesamepage won the Spectacular Bid Stakes, finishing 6 furlongs in 1:08.48.

Jockey ban: TBD jockey Clifford Dooley begins a five-day suspension for careless riding today.

Don Jensen, Times correspondent

Flying Mancini wins Inaugural Stakes at Derby Lane 01/03/09 [Last modified: Sunday, January 4, 2009 2:01pm]
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