Castle Village Farm’s five-year-old gelding Good Law finished a strong second in the 8th race at Belmont o n Friday, June 4th.  Good Law, ridden by David Cohen, was pinched back at the start, but tracked the early leaders, then split horses on the turn to move up and finish a clear second in good time for the mile. The race gave Good Law a stellar record of one win and one second in two starts in Castle Village Farm colors, with total earnings of $25,000.

The race was a New York-bred N2X allowance/optional claimer, and Good Law, entered for the claiming price of $25,000, was claimed back by trainer Tom Bush, from whom we took him back in April. We wish Tom well with Good Law, and we’ll be looking for Good Law’s successor in our 2010 claiming partnership when racing resumes at Belmont on Wednesday.



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