For Immediate Release
Friday, August 12, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY – The 2016 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season started Friday night with Boom Bam Bing making her local debut a winning one in the night’s feature event.

A $42,200 allowance event for fillies and mares, 3-years-old and older, was the first Remington Park attempt for Boom Bam Bing. She continues her excellence in five-furlong turf races by scoring her third straight win, and fifth in her last six attempts at the distance over the grass.

After sitting four lengths behind the pace-setting Devious Rumor until the stretch, Boom Ban Bing rallied wide under jockey David Cabrera to win by three-quarters of a length in :55.66 seconds. The late-running Girl’s Ruler captured second while Devious Rumor faded to third, two lengths behind the winner.

Owned by Love Partnership of Richmond, Texas and trained by Karl Broberg, Boom Bam Bing was 2-1 in the wagering and paid $6 to win, $3.60 to place and $2.60 to show. Girl’s Rule returned $8.80 to place and $5.20 to show. Devious Rumor paid $3.80 to show. Adrianne G was the beaten 9-5 betting favorite, finishing fourth, 3-1/4 lengths behind the winner.

Boom Bam Bing is a Kentucky-bred 3-year-old filly by Exchange Rate from the Gulch mare Crown Gulch. She won her sixth career race from 12 attempts and picked up $23,898 for the effort to run the lifetime earnings to $117,279.

Remington Park’s Opening Weekend continues with Saturday racing on Aug. 13 at 7pm. Shotgun Kowboy, the 2015 Oklahoma Derby winner, returns to his home track for the first time since his biggest victory. He’ll run in the fourth race Saturday, an allowance race at 1-1/16 miles over the turf, at approximately 8:22pm. All times are Central.

Open daily at 10:30am for casino gaming and simulcast racing, Remington Park features the Bricktown Brewery on the casino floor and is the home of the 28th Grade 3, $400,000 Oklahoma Derby and $1.4 Million Festival of Stakes on Sunday, Sept. 25. Admission, general parking and valet parking are always free at Remington Park.

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