Sheslosthatluvnfeeln took advantage of a slow-starting favorite and a second-favorite that stumbled as severely as any horse this meet coming out of the gate to win the featured allowance race Thursday night at 10-1 odds.

Tac Me Up, the 3-2 favorite, was infamous for breaking slowly and did so again and the second-favorite, Dickey Bob, lost his footing at the start and then practically fell to his knees, giving the field a tremendous head start. With the race only 250 yards, there was not much time to make up struggles like those of the favorites. Meanwhile, Sheslosthatluvnfeeln broke fast under jockey Gonzalo Gutierrez, like a bullet, and cruised to the victory by a half-length over 6-1 Ajk Forgiven in a time of 13.152 for a speed index of 97. These were stakes caliber horses in an open allowance race.

Tac Me Up, who was begging for more distance came rolling in third place to miss second by a full length. Tac Me Up came into the race a multiple stakes winner from the West Coast, but had never tried 250 yards before. Dickey Bob, who had won almost a half-million dollars as a 9-year-old, never recovered from his near fall and finished last, seven lengths behind the next-to-last horse. Previously, he had won two-of-three tries at 250 yards.

Sheslosthatluvnfeeln is a 4-year-old gray mare trained by Salimm Hernandez for owner Leopoldo Farias of Oklahoma City. The daughter of Hez Our Secret, out of the Corona Cartel mare Shades of Blues Girl, earned $21,321 of the $34,100 purse and improved her career mark to 13 starts, four wins and two seconds for earnings of $73,278. She was bred in Oklahoma by Reliance Ranches and was a mere $14,500 purchase at the September 2021 Yearling Sale at Heritage Place in Oklahoma City.

Sheslosthatluvnfeeln paid $23 to win, $7.60 to place and $3.40 to show. The exacta in the short field returned an amazing $143.60 to those who had the 2-1 combination for $2. The 50-cent trifecta with the heavy favorite third paid a generous $96.95.

Live racing resumes Friday night with a 6 p.m. first post. First post time on Sunday is 4 p.m.

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