Camp Hope Cruises To Victory In Bryan Station At Keeneland

Walking L Thoroughbreds’ Camp Hope overtook pacesetter Dreamer’s Disease at the top of the lane and cruised to a 2 ¾-length score in the $150,000 Bryan Station for his second win of the Fall Meet. He won a 1 1/8-mile allowance race on turf Oct. 8, opening day of the season at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky.

Trained by Kenny McPeek and ridden by Brian Hernandez Jr., Camp Hope covered the mile over a turf course rated yielding in 1:38.32.

Dreamer’s Disease had a clear lead over the Bryan Station field through an opening quarter-mile in :24.62. Camp Hope and Hernandez tracked in second, one length off Dreamer’s Disease. Following a half-mile split of :49.04, Camp Hope moved to the outside of the tiring pacesetter and spurted clear for a comfortable victory.

Camp Hope paid $7.00, $4.80, and $3.40 for the win. Like the King and jockey John Velazquez finished second and returned $6.60 and $4.00, while Yes This Time and Tyler Gaffalione rallied for third and paid $2.80.

A Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale graduate bred in Kentucky by Bret Jones, Camp Hope is a 3-year-old son of Summer Front out of the Pulpit mare Praising. He received $90,000 for today’s win, which improved his overall record to 9-3-0-2 with earnings of $225,557.

Charles Chrome was a nose back in fourth and was followed by Hush of a Storm, Point Me By, Scarlett Sky, Gallant Guy, and Dreamer’s Disease.

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