For Immediate Release
Thursday, March 30, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY – Dox Wagon Burner became the first non-stakes winner to post his second win of the season at Remington Park. Thursday night, the large 6-year-old gelding added a 300-yard $20,375 starter allowance win to his March resume.

Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Alice Steward of McLoud, Okla., Dox Wagon Burner is trained by David Brown and was ridden by Josh Romero. The Thursday starter allowance win gives him two scores for the month, and season, joining his March 10 starter allowance triumph at 250 yards.

Dox Wagon Burner powered along the far outside of the track from his outside, No. 10, post position, getting up to win by a neck over a pair of runners who managed to dead-heat for second. Sweet First Leader and Wavin To My Doll hit the finish-line together to share the place experience.

Away as the wagering favorite at 6-5 odds, Dox Wagon Burner paid $4.60 to win, $3.20 to place and $2.40 to show. Sweet First Leader paid $6.20 to place and $6.80 to show. Wavin To My Doll to $4 to place and $3.40 to show.

The win is the eighth from 22 starts for Dox Wagon Burner, an Oklahoma-bred by PYC Paint Your Wagon from the Strawflyin Buds mare Dox Strawflyin Annie. The winner’s share of $12,305 boosted the career bankroll for Dox Wagon Burner to $76,360.

The Remington Park season continues March 31-April 2. Racing is underway at 6pm Friday and Saturday, with Sunday afternoon racing at 1:30pm. The Grade 1, $100,000 Leo Stakes on Saturday night, is the feature race of the weekend.

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