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Uriah St. Lewis, who owns and trains the 5-year-old son of Repent. Lewis said he vanned the horse back Saturday night after the race, arriving at the Bensalem, Pennsylvania racetrack around p.
It was the first Grade 1 win for St. Lewis, who took out his trainer's in and was surrounded by family and friends during an emotional winner's circle presentation. Maybe tonight, we'll go to dinner and really enjoy it. In the Gold Cup, Discreet Lover rallied from well off a hot pace set by Diversify and Mendelssohn, charging down the middle of the track in the stretch to get up in the nick of time, beating Group 1 Dubai World Cup winner Thunder Snow by a neck. It was his seventh win in 44 career starts and added to a victory in the Grade 3 Excelsior in April, his only graded stakes win.
This year, Discreet Lover has been a regular player in many of the East Coast's biggest races, generally outrunning long odds to get up for minor awards. He finished fourth this spring in both the Grade 3 Pimlico Special and Grade Discreet lover only Metropolitan Handicap, and this summer recorded back-to-back thirds this summer in the Grade 2 Suburban Handicap and Grade 1 Whitney, both won by Diversify, the beaten favorite in the Gold Cup. Did he really do that? Lewis said he doesn't plan to rush a decision on the Breeders' Cup, pre-entries for which are due by noon on October New to the Paulick Report?
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Discreet Lover pulls off shocker in G1 Jockey Club Gold Cup