None Above The Law Steals Sunday’s Alcatraz Stakes At Golden Gate

Three-year-old gelding None Above the Law became a multiple stakes winner at Golden Gate Fields on Sunday afternoon in the $75,000 Alcatraz Stakes for 3-year-olds on firm turf. The grey/roan equine sat off a fast pace early, made a dash to the lead in the midstretch and pulled away for a convincing length-and-a half victory under jockey Irving Orozco. None Above the Law completed the one mile on grass in 1:35.56.

Sent off as the 9-5 post time favorite, None Above the Law paid $5.80 to win, $3.60 to place and $2.80 to show. Runner up finisher Seattle Bold, who set front-running fractions of 23.14, 46.33, 1:10.32 and 1:23.63 on the lead before getting reeled in within the final furlong, paid $5.00 to place and $3.80 to show. Third place finisher Jungle Cry returned $3.80 to show. Chief Jackson ran fourth, followed by Top Harbor, J.T’s Watch, Ida Claire, Top Executive, Stalking Shadow and Que Sera Sir Ralph.

None Above the Law, who won the Silky Sullivan Stakes at Golden Gate Fields on Tapeta in April, has now made 4 trips to the winner circle from 10 starts, with 1 second and 1 third place finish. Career earnings add up to just under $175,000. None Above the Law, out of the Northern Afleet mare Legally Blanca, is trained by Peter Miller and owned by Downstream Racing LLC. He was bred in California by J. Kirk and Judy Robison.

Live racing at Golden Gate Fields returns on Friday afternoon, with first post slated at 1:20 PM PT. Next week, Golden Gate Fields offers racing Friday through Monday, with a special Memorial Day Monday holiday card on the docket.

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