|Arlington Park Stakes Results
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EBERT-TRAINED ENTRY COPS TOP TWO SPOTS IN TAYLOR'S SPECIAL
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Oct. 27, 2001) -- Miners Gamble and Bold Pilot, both owned by Alan Drey and trained by Dennis Ebert, grabbed the top two positions in the $54,750 Taylor's Special Stakes Saturday at Arlington Park. Frank Lovato Jr. was aboard the victor, who covered the "about" five furlongs over "soft" turf in 1:01.53, while Ray Sibille had the mount on the runner-up.
A gelded son of Prospectors Gamble, Miners Gamble sat well off the early pace set by Final Row, who finished third after racing on the front end for more than half a mile. Lovato angled Minors Gamble wide in the lane and prevailed in the late going while Bold Pilot rallied along the rail and finished a neck behind his stablemate.
River Sounds, Smokin Pete, Vinnie's Boy and Distinctive Mr. B completed the order of finish.
The winner earned $32,850 to boost his bankroll to $384,297 from a record of nine wins, six seconds and 10 thirds in 37 starts.
The entry, the 5-2 second choice, paid $7.00, $6.40 and $3.40. Final Row, the 2-1 favorite, returned $2.60.
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