After having a four-race win streak snapped when ninth in Grade 3 Turf Monster at Parx Racing last out on Sept. 23, Florida-bred All that Magic returned to the winner’s circle after a strong effort in a $110,146 allowance race on the Keeneland turf Sunday.

Ridden by Luis Saez for trainer Kathleen DeMasi, All That Magic was seventh of nine in the initial stages of the five-and-a-half-furlong sprint before splitting rivals with three-sixteenths of a mile to the finish. She drew even with frontrunner Carimba inside the final furlong before drawing off to win by a length-and-half in 1:03.06 on the good turf.

Marissa’s Lady was second, a half-length faster than Goin’ Good in third. Carimba, Top Gun Girl, Querobin Dourada, Current Climate, Opening Buzz and Miner’s Queen finished in that order.

All That Magic paid $23.04 to win.

Bred by English Range Farm, All that Magic is by Fast Anna out of Hermione’s Magic, by Forest Wildcat and has now earned $211,757 from six wins, a second and a third in 10 career starts.

All That Magic was purchased by current owners Pewter Stable and Spedale Family Racing LLC for $40,000 out of the 2021 Ocala Breeders’ Sales Spring Sale where she was consigned by Envision Equine. She was also consigned as a yearling by Francis and Barbara Vanlangendonck’s Summerfield to the 2020 OBS October Sale but did not meet her reserve.

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