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Corinthian 2YO wins at Monmouth

Saturday, July 30, 2011 |

Grade 1 winner Corinthian's 2-year-old son My People broke his maiden by two lengths in a five furlong off-the-turf event July 30 at Monmouth Park. The chestnut colt completed the distance in :59.12 seconds.

Bred in Kentucky by Double Eagle Ranch, My People is the fourth winner out of the stakes winning mare Last Vice and is a half-brother to Grade 3 winner Malakoff.

Corinthian will also be represented by a pair of well-regarded juvenile first-time starters in the third race on Wed., Aug. 3 at Saratoga. One Slick Dude, a $75,000 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga yearling buy, will break from post 1, while Hunt Crossing, who sold for $150,000 last September, drew post five in the five furlongs maiden special weight contest.

Corinthian, winner of the 2007 Grade 1 Metropolitan H. and Grade 2 Gulfstream Park H., capped off his 4-year-old season with a dominating victory in the inaugural Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile at Monmouth. The Gainesway stallion stood the 2011 season for $25,000 LFS&N.