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The Tabulator newest stakes winner for Dialed In
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Leading Second-Crop sire Dialed In got his sixth stakes winner of the year on Friday at Prairie Meadows when The Tabulator scored a decisive 2 ¼-length victory in the $65,000 Prairie Gold Juvenile (VIDEO).

Dialed In is one of only two Second-Crop sires with six stakes winners this year, and also ranks in the top 10 by progeny earnings, winners and stakes horses.

The Tabulator, who broke his maiden by nine lengths in the debut on July 2, was just behind a hot quarter-mile that went in :21.80. It wasn’t until the top of the stretch when the dark bay mounted his charge, soonafter going smartly by Mr. Jagermeister, the 1-5 favorite, and pulling away in the end to get the six furlongs in 1:10.09.

Larry Rivelli trains the winner for Carolyn Wilson. The Tabulator was bred in Kentucky by Extern Developments LTD and sold for $460,000 to Wilson at this year’s OBS March 2-year-old sale, the top price paid for any Dialed In 2-year-old this year.