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Harvey’s Lil Goil Asserts Her Class in Beaugay
Credit: NYRA / Chelsea Durand

Harvey’s Lil Goil Asserts Her Class in Beaugay

ELMONT, NY — Harvey’s Lil Goil asserted her class and made a successful return to the races in the $150,000 Beaugay (G3) at Belmont Park.

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“There was a point around the half-mile pole where I checked to see where I was with my filly,” said Alvarado. “At that point, I figured out when I was going to pick it up. If I was going to be worried, it was going to be from someone from behind. This was a nice race for her comeback. “She’s one of those fillies that I’ve been waiting for this whole winter,” added the winning rider. “I’m glad she’s back and that she pulled out the win today. I still feel that she wasn’t 100 percent, but she was good enough to beat this group today. She’s an awesome filly to have back again and I’m looking forward to this year with her.”

Lemista, Platinum Paynter, and Nay Lady Nay completed the order in the Beaugay.

“It’s the way we thought it would play out on paper,” said Mott. “The horse that was on the lead figured to be on the lead. When she felt those horses coming from behind her, she held them safe. It looked like she still had something in the tank.”

This is Harvey’s Lil Goil’s 3rd career graded stakes win including the 2020 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Stakes (G1). The 4-year-old daughter of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah improved her record to 10-5-1-2 and has now earned $824,029 for the Estate of Harvey A Clarke and Paul Braverman.

Harvey’s Lil Goil returned $4.30 to win, $$2.80 to place, and $2.60 to show.

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