For Immediate Release
Saturday, November 18, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY – Heavily favored in the wagering at 4-5 odds, Adore did not disappoint her backers. She went to the lead in an allowance/optional $40,000-claiming event with a purse of $40,618 and drew away to win by four lengths.

Owned by Winchell Thoroughbreds of Las Vegas and trained by Steve Asmussen, Adore was ridden by Ramon Vazquez. The 4-year-old filly took control from the outset in the 1 mile-70 yards event and was never threatened, crossing the finish line in 1:41.39 over a fast track. Make Amends was second while Another Bond Girl was third, 4-1/2 behind Adore.

The win was the second straight of the Remington Park season for Adore and she paid $3.60 to win, $2.20 to place and $2.10 to show. Make Amends paid $3.80 to place and $2.80 to show. Another Bond Girl paid $5 to show.

A Kentucky-bred daughter of 2008 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Big Brown, Adore is from the Empire Maker mare Cuzshesaidso. Her fifth career win from 12 starts was worth $22,998 to her overall earnings which now stand at $229,146.

Jockey Richard Eramia won the fourth race of the evening aboard Tapindeed ($5.40 to win) in an allowance event. The win was his 1,997th in North America. Eramia has six mounts on Monday at Remington Park.

The Remington Park Thoroughbred Season resumes with special programs to start the Thanksgiving holiday week. Monday and Tuesday programs on Nov. 20 & 21 will start at 3pm. All times are Central.

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