Dialed In’s Chalon back to stakes-winning ways

Chalon winning The Dashing Beauty Stakes at Delaware Park - Hoofprints photo

Chalon inched closer to millionaire status with a comfortable victory in Saturday’s $75,000 Dashing Beauty S. at Delaware Park.

The 6-year-old daughter of Dialed In has been a model of consistency throughout her career, finishing first or second in 15 of 20 starts. Saturday’s payday upped her earnings to $926,895 for owner Lael Stables.

Breaking from post 10 in the six-furlong contest, Chalon was three-wide as she battled for the lead. Despite being well off the rail, she took over the top spot on the turn after putting in a half-mile in a torrid :44.42. Drawing off in the stretch, she was eased up the last sixteenth to win by 2 1/4-lengths in 1:09.16 on the fast track.

Chalon is one of six stakes horses this year for Dialed In. He is a leading Fifth-Crop sire by black type horses and graded stakes horses. His largest crop to date are 2-year-olds of 2020.

Pedigree notes from the TDN

Chalon was bred in Kentucky by J. K. and Linda Griggs. Her dam Fall Fantasy has a 2-year-old full-sister to Chalon named Miss Dial, who sold for $310,000 at Fasig-Tipton’s Spring 2-year-olds in training sale and recorded her first published breeze Friday morning at Churchill Downs.