Dayton, OH – Allbeastnobeauty, the 2018 Illinois sophomore pacing filly of the year, continued her winning ways at Hollywood Dayton Raceway on Friday (Nov. 8), scoring her second straight victory in the featured weekly $17,000 Mares Open.
The four-year-old daughter of Sportsmaster won a dozen races and $101,047 racing primarily in Illinois last season and now has added a half dozen races and another $81,460 to her resume in Ohio this year.
Red hot trainer-driver Dan Noble, who is sporting a near-.500 Universal Training System average at the current Dayton meet, changed strategies with Allbeastnobeauty and fired her directly to the front for the first time in her last ten starts. Following an opening panel in :27.3, she coasted through middle fractions of :56.3 and 1:23.4 before finishing her task with a :28 final panel to secure the 1:51.4 score.
19-1 longshot Mildrix (Brett Miller) was runnerup with Gone Girl (Tyler Smith) securing the show dough. Allbeastnobeauty paid $5.60 to win, the $2 exacta returned $65.60 and a 50-cent trifecta kicked back $94.60.
Eim Racing and Tessa Roland of New York own Allbeastnobeauty.
Racing resumes Saturday (Nov. 9) night at Hollywood Dayton with a powerful 14-race program chasing total purses of $150,500. Post time is 6:15 p.m.