Dirty Dangle becomes second stakes winner for Not This Time
Saturday, September 19, 2020
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Leading First-Crop sire Not This Time got his second stakes winner Saturday at Woodbine when Dirty Dangle rallied to take the $135,000 Woodbine Cares S. by 1 1/4-lengths.

Not This Time is atop the First-Crop sire list in several categories, including black type winners, black type wins, graded stakes horses, winners and wins.

Trained by Ralph Biamonte, Dirty Dangle had won her debut on Aug. 16. Breaking from the inside post in the field of seven, Dirty Dangle tracked the pace along the fence down the backstretch and around the turn. She was trapped behind a wall of horses entering the stretch, so jockey Sheena Ryan shifted four-wide and stormed past the field in the final furlong to stop the timer in :56.82 for the five furlongs on the firm turf.

“We always thought she was pretty good,” said Biamonte, who conditions Dirty Dangle for Carmen DeMizio and his wife, Mary Biamonte. “And ‘Sheens’ did an excellent job both times. Today she looked like she got into a little bit of trouble, she kept her composure, moved to the outside, and away she came.” 

The gray/roan filly has now banked $93,903 in her two wins. She was bred in Kentucky by Nancy Shuford.
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