Fun Guy Breaks Maiden at Aqueduct

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Fun Guy Breaks Maiden at Aqueduct


April 12, 2017 – New York-bred Fun Guy, with Eric Cancel in the irons, charged down the lane to win the eighth at Aqueduct, a 1 1/16 mile contest on turf. The win came against a field of ten and marked the gelding’s first career victory.

From the 8-hole, Fun Guy broke sharply and settled into a stalking position behind Dorees Giant Neal and Here Comes Michael. The former, Dorees Giant Neal took the field through a quarter-mile in :23.19 and half in :48.51. At that point, Fun Guy began his run, clocking six-furlongs in 1:13.14 and putting up to 4 ½ lengths between himself and the rest of field. He hit the wire 3 ½ lengths in front in 1:45.22. Royal Ridge was second, while Here Comes Michael finished third.

A 3-year-old son of U S Ranger, Fun Guy debuted in July 2016 at Belmont Park, finishing fourth behind stablemate Ardmore Bay. He was bred by Louis P. Ferrari and is owned by Michael Faber’s Dare to Dream Stable LLC.

Photo: Adam Coglianese

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