Princess Cadey ran away from the competition to win Saturday’s $100,000 Beyond the Wire S. at Laurel Park by seven lengths.
The victory was the first stakes win for the 3-year-old Dialed In filly, who was second in last month’s Wide Country S., also at Laurel. She is one of four stakes horses this year for Dialed In, whose largest crop to date are 2-year-olds this year.
Breaking from the inside post in the one-turn, one mile race, Princess Cadey got an excellent ride from Angel Cruz. Sitting just behind the front-runners down the backside, she slipped up the rail to take the lead with three furlongs to run, then poured it on in the stretch to win going away.
“She sat comfortable behind the speed and that was the instruction, to sit close. She handled it good and she was going perfectly for me,” Cruz said. “I saw a seam on the inside and I went through, and she just went on.”
Princess Cadey races for Magic Stable LLC and was bred by Martin Keogh and Tanya Johnson. Her dam Dyrce is also responsible for graded stakes winner Artie Hot.