Hello Beautiful Bids for First Graded Stakes Win on Busy Weekend

Fresh on the heels of her half-brother Hello Hot Rod selling for $335,000 at Fasig-Tipton February, Hello Beautiful will be looking for her first graded stakes victory in tomorrow’s G3 Barbara Fritchie over her home track at Laurel Park.

Owned by Madaket Stables, John Frassetto, K-Mac Stables, Mark Parkinson, Dan Carroll and Magic City Stable, Hello Beautiful comes into this race having won three consecutive stakes races including the What a Summer last out.

Private Purchase Needs Supervision is also entered to run in the Barbara Fritchie for owners Howling Pigeon Farms, Gary Barber, Wachtel Stables and Madaket Stables. Last time out, the stakes winning Paynter filly was beaten just a length in the Interborough at Aqueduct.

Also running at Laurel tomorrow is Little Huntress who will be making her stakes debut in the Wide Country for owners Madaket Stables, Wonder Stables and Robert LaPenta. When last seen, she was busy obliterating a field of maidens over this track in December, dismantling five other two year old fillies by 14 lengths.

Maythehorsebwithu runs in the Miracle Wood for owners Michael Dubb and Bethlehem Stables after a narrow 2nd place finish in the Spectacular Bid Stakes while three-time stakes winner Lucky Move runs in the Nellie Morse for owner Ten Strike Racing.

At the Fair Grounds, Wells Bayou makes his second start off the bench in the G3 Mineshaft for owners Clint & Lance Gasaway, Madaket Stables and Wonder Stables. Making his return to the races in the G3 Louisiana Stakes at the Fair Grounds last month, Wells Bayou ran a good 3rd and has followed that race up with two good works, signaling his readiness for this spot.

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