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BBN Racing’s Mo Stash, winner of this spring’s Kentucky Utilities Transylvania (G3) here, and Iapetus Racing and Diamond T Racing’s Secretariat (G2) winner Gigante, headline a field of 10 3-year-olds entered today for the 19th running of the $300,000 Bryan Station (G3) to be run at a mile over the grass on Saturday, Oct. 28.
The Bryan Station will be the eighth race on closing day of the Keeneland Fall Meet with a 4:44 p.m. ET post time.
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Trained by Vicki Oliver, Mo Stash has made three starts at Keeneland beginning with a runner-up finish in the Indian Summer (L) Presented by Keeneland Select last fall that was followed four weeks later by a fourth-place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (G1).
Mo Stash will depart post position 5 in the Bryan Station and be ridden by Luis Saez.
Trained by Steve Asmussen, who won the 2007 Bryan Station with Inca King, Gigante cuts back to a mile after he finished sixth in the New Kent County Virginia Derby (G3) going 1 1/8 miles in his most recent start on Sept. 9 at Colonial Downs.
A winner of three of four starts at the mile distance, Gigante will be ridden by Joel Rosario and exit post position 2.
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