For Immediate Release
Wednesday, November 08, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY – Jockey David Cabrera started off his Remington Park racing week in a big way, posting three wins from his six mounts on the evening.

Cabrera’s riding triple started in race two when he brought Semore Smoke ($8.40 to win) from the back of the back, rolling wide down the middle of the stretch to victory. Owned by Diana Gass of Jones, Okla. and trained by her son Mark Gass, Semore Smoke broke his maiden with the victory.

So Long Tiger ($6.60) was the second win on the night for Cabrera, coming in race six for Owner Dwayne “Sleepy” Gilbreath and trained by James Helzer, So Long Tiger broke his maiden in his third career start.

The Wednesday hat trick was completed in the seventh race when Cabrera brought Catanova ($3.60) home for owner and trainer Clinton Stuart. Catanova won his seventh career race in the one-mile allowance event, and his first at Remington Park in his debut in Oklahoma City.

The three wins for Cabrera give him 40 for the season. He is in third place in the jockey standings behind Ramon Vazquez (47 wins) and Richard Eramia (45).

Remington Park Thoroughbred racing continues Thursday thru Saturday, Nov. 9-11 with the first race nightly at 7pm.

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