Laurie Plesa and Glassman Racing LLC’s Time Passage wired the field in the $60,000 Soaring Softly overnight handicap Saturday for her second consecutive victory against five other fillies and mares going a mile-and-seventy yards on the synthetic course at Gulfstream Park.

The Eddie Plesa-trained son of Bridlewood Farm stallion Tunwoo carried jockey Edgard Zayas to a length-and-a-half lead ahead of Ocean Safari and Double Cosmo Girl in a joint second through a leisurely quarter mile in :24.13. Time Passage quickened the pace for a :47.30 half mile while extending her margin to two lengths entering the far turn where Ocean Safari and Double Cosmo Girl could not keep pace. Florida-bred Chick’s Shadow moved into second but failed not muster a challenge as Time Passage galloped to the finish and win by two-and-a-quarter lengths in 1:40.07.

Chick’s Shadow was second, seven lengths clear of To Thyself B True in third. Double Cosmo Girl, Ocean Safari and Florida-bred Race Day Speed completed the order of finish. Rastani was scratched.

Time Passage paid $4 to win as the even-money favorite.

A 3-year-old daughter of the stakes-winning Kantharos mare Savingtime, Time Passage is a half-sister to 2021 FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes Susan’s Girl-winner Outfoxed.

Time Passage came into the Soaring Softly after winning a first-level, $25,000 optional claiming at a mile-and-a-seventy yards on the all-weather course at Gulfstream on Aug. 20. She now has four wins in 11 starts with two seconds while earning $193,495.

Karl and Cathi Glassman purchased Time Passage for $85,000 out of the 2021 Ocala Breeders’ Sales October Yearling Sale where she was consigned by Stuart Morris.