Rocker S cruised to the winner’s circle for the second consecutive race at Remington Park, giving jockey Ramiro Garcia a riding double in the featured allowance race here Thursday night.

Also scoring doubles on the night were jockey Randy Vega and trainer Carl Clevenger.

Rocker S, a 2-year-old colt by Moonin the Eagle, out of the First N Kool mare Rustys Kool Lady, broke his maiden last time out on April 26 by a full length for trainer Samuel Mendoza and owner Victor Mendoza of Bozeman, Mont. On Thursday night, the colt ran against winners for the first time in his career and it didn’t matter. He won again, this time by a half-length with allowance, non-winners of two career races, for 2-year-olds at 350 yards.

Garcia showed his versatility by winning an earlier race, this one around the hook at 870 yards, with My Favorite Sign. That came in the eighth for 3-year-olds-and-up, running for a claiming tag of $10,000. He won that race by 4-1/2 lengths as the 2-1 favorite. That score came for trainer Luis Villafranco and owner Palomino Trucking (Miguel Palomino) of Oklahoma City.

Vega rode the winners in the fifth and sixth races of the night. He was in the irons for Mr Hathcock in race five and CC Hart in the sixth. Janet Martinez owns Mr Hathcock, trained by Luz Chavira while Carl Clevenger is the owner/trainer for CC Hart.

Clevenger won the fourth race with his Chloe For Gold when she won a 250-yard event for Claiming company, competing for a $20,000 price tag.

Rocker S won $12,546 for making it to the winner’s circle Thursday and improved his overall record to four starts, two wins and one third for a bankroll of $25,866. He was purchased at the Heritage Place September Yearling Sale last fall for $9,500. The colt was bred in Texas by Stuart and Strebig.

Running time for Rocker S was :17.758 over the fast track, earning a speed-index of 87 as the 7-5 second wagering favorite. The 6-5 favorite, RR God and Cowboys, checked in second, another three-quarters of a length in front of third-place finisher BV Elaina Ray (7-1).

Rocker S paid $4.80 to win, $2.40 to place and $2.20 to show. Famously Dicey was scratched from the race.

Remington Park racing continues Friday with a first post time of 6pm. There is a special Saturday first post time for live racing of Noon as the Preakness Stakes simulcast is featured after live racing concludes. On Sunday, the regular post time of 4pm is set. All times are Central.

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