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Ms Locust Point dominant in $100K What A Summer S.
RSS Feeds Saturday, January 20, 2018 | Posted to: Dialed In
Dialed In's multiple stakes-winning filly Ms Locust Point won the third stake of her career Jan. 20 at Laurel Park with a three-length score in the $100,000 What A Summer S., her 2018 debut

Just a day earlier, Ms Locust Point's full brother, Thunder's Honor, won his first start of the year as well, taking a Gulfstream Park maiden special weight by a similar margin.

Ms Locust Point was the heavy favorite in the five-horse field, and ran to her odds. Jockey Jorge Vargas
let his mount coast to the front on her own soon after the break, and was in command the whole way. The winner was never threatened at any point in the stretch, crossing the wire under a motionless Vargas to stop the timer in 1:09.78.

“I don’t even know what to say about her anymore. Jorge knows her well and he always gets the job done,” said Jennifer Hamm, assistant to winning trainer John Servis. “Words can’t express how happy I am and I’m sure the entire barn is right now. She’s amazing and she tries and she has so much heart. We couldn’t ask any more of her.” 

Ms Locust Point is undefeated at Laurel, winning the Gin Talking S. at two and the Willa On The Move S. on Dec. 9 to wrap up her 2017 campaign. A bargain buy at $17,000 2015 Keeneland January Sale, she has earned $258,960 for Cash Is King Stable.

Ms Locust Point is Dialed In's first stakes winner of 2018. The leading Second-Crop Sire of 2017, he'll be represented by graded stakes winner Gunnevera in the $16 Pegasus World Cup (G1) on Jan. 27.