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Bobby J's Rush romped in the $25,000 African Prince Stakes on Saturday, completing six furlongs in 1:11 2/5. Trained by William Sienkewicz and ridden by Dyn Panell, the sophomore son of Lycius broke sharply and contested the early lead with Pete before putting away that rival and drawing off impressively to win by 12 lengths to earn the second win of his career.
"I had the perfect trip," said jockey Panell. "He broke sharply and that was the main thing today. He was able to contest the lead and ran great."
Bobby J's Rush made his career debut a winning one with a 9 1/4 length score in Wednesday's seventh race to complete five and a half furlongs in 1:07 1/5.
Trained by William Sienkewicz and for Black Rushin Farm, the two-year-old Massachusetts-bred son of Lycius rated off the front-running Yasou Christo before launching his bid and drawing off confidently under Luis Garcia.
Professor Palmer made every call a winning one to take Saturday's featured race, completing about a mile and seventy yards in 1:43 4/5 over a firm turf course.
Trained by William Sienkewicz and ridden by Dyn Panell, the six-year-old gelded son of Mr. Livingston broke sharply and opened up an open lead. He rolled on the front end and had enough left to hold off a late rally from Smarter Still and Perfect Joiski to earn his second consecutive victory by 1 3/4 lengths.
Mister Dixie earned his fourth win of the season with a 15 1/4 length romp in Wednesday's featured allowance race, completing a mile and seventy yards in 1:44 4/5.
Trained by William Sienkewicz and ridden by Tammi Piermarini, the five-year-old son of Dixieland Band broke alertly and contested the early lead before drawing off comfortably to earn the sixth victory of his career.
Jockey Dyn Panell dominated Monday's eight race card with three victories on the day.
Panell started his winning day on the turf in the third race aboard Who the Lady ($5.60) for Michael Miceli. He swept the early pick three with
victories on the William Sienkewicz trained Once With Energy ($3.40) in the fourth and with Last Laugh Now ($4.40) in the fifth for John Rigattieri.
New York-breds won four of 10 races on Suffolk Downs’ Wednesday, September 9 card, including the featured N2X allowance/optional claimer at about 7-1/2 furlongs on turf, which Marianne Claflin’s CONDUCT OF HONOUR captured under co-topweight of 123 pounds among nine for his second Suffolk Downs allowance tally in 30 days. The five-year-old William Sienkewicz-trained gelding was the 5.20-to-1 third choice behind odds-on (.70-to-1) New York-bred Conrad Crossing ($129,665) and became a multiple Suffolk Downs allowance winner on grass in addition to being a first-out winner on Belmont’s main track. Conduct of Honour was bred by Salvatore Fantasia of Grafton, Massachusetts from five-time stakes winner Potential Fire ($202,938) and was foaled at Tracy Egan’s Seven Furlong Farm in Ballston Lake.