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Dialed In filly impresses in $100K Willa On the Move S.
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Dialed In's Ms Locust Point earned her second career stakes victory with a gate-to-wire score in the $100,000 Willa On the Move S. Dec. 9 at Laurel Park.

Run on a snowy afternoon, the six-furlong Willa On the Move drew a field of seven distaffers. Ms Locust Point, on the outside, was in a three-way battle for the lead before assuming command in the first quarter-mile. From then on, she opened up as much as four lengths before gearing down late to win by 2 3/4-lengths in an excellent 1:09.84.

“This is her fourth win and all of them are about the same. She just took off and was by herself,” co-owner Jim Reichenbery said. “[Trainer] John Servis has done a great job with her. We had a little bit of a setback and she was off about nine months but she came right back and won an allowance at Parx and came here, and we really feel good about it.”

Winner of the Gin Talking S. last Dec. 31 at Laurel, Ms Locust Point, who is co-owned by Cash Is King Stable, is now 4-1-0 in six starts and has earned $198,960. She was bred in Kentucky by Lesley Campion. 

After finishing as the top Freshman Sire of 2016, Dialed In is once again near the top of the 2017 Second-Crop Sire list, currently #1 by black type horses with 11. He also was the second-most popular sire by mares bred in 2017.