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Date Posted: 4/17/2009 2:00:10 AM

G.R. Carter, Jr.

Photo Credit: Dustin Orona Photography
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 16, 2009—Remington Park leading jockey G.R. Carter became the first rider this season to reach the 40-win mark, posting three victories on Thursday night with his biggest win coming aboard Fast Prize Dash.

The program was the first of the week leading into Saturday’s big Remington Park Futurity night card.

Carter, of Oklahoma City, used rides in two distance races and another in the richest event of the evening to gain his triple. He brought both Frontier Injustice ($7.20 to win) and Cronus ($6) home to the winner’s circle after their respective 870-yard events in races four and eight.

In the Thursday nightcap, an Oklahoma-bred allowance race carrying a purse of $28,500, Carter was aboard Fast Prize Dash for the Madill, Okla. partnership of Weetona Stanley and W.E. Smith. Trained by Heath Taylor, Fast Prize Dash started sharply and finished strongly to win by a neck at 350 yards over Prairie Dasher with Tom Rider in third another nose behind.

Fast Prize Dash crossed the finish in :17.70 over a fast track.

Somewhat dismissed at 8-1 odds, Fast Prize Dash paid $19.80 to win, $6 to place and $5.40 to show. Prairie Dasher returned $8.80 to place and $8.40 to show. Tom Rider paid $7.40 to show.

The win was the second from five attempts for Fast Prize Dash, a 3-year-old colt by Mr Jess Perry from the Heza Fast Man mare Fast First Prize. He earned $16,180 for the win to push his career total to $22,608.

Carter now has 40 wins through the first 23 nights of racing, 19 ahead of Larry Payne who is in second with 21.

The Grade 1, $683,600 Remington Park Futurity takes place Saturday night, headlining a program of four stakes races. First Prize Leesa was the fourth-fastest qualifier during trials on April 4, but had the most impressive margin of victory, is the morning-line favorite at 5-2 odds.

Racing continues Friday night with an 11-race program beginning at 6:25pm.

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