Creatine notches up first winner
Creatine has sired his first pari-mutuel winner with the 2-year-old filly Alpine taking out a $20,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series division on debut at The Meadows today.
Racing just off the pace for much of the race, she loomed three wide at the top of the straight before sprinting home powerfully to win by almost three lengths at the line.
Bred and raced by Diamond Creek Farm, Alpine is out of the $800,000 plus earning, multiple Ontario Sires Stakes Gold winner Miss Paris (by Kadabra) and is a granddaughter of the 2002 US 2YO Trotting Filly of the Year Pizza Dolce.
Nevele R Stud stallions sired all four of today’s Stallion Series division winners with Father Patrick siring a double, Midpoint and Bless Your Heart, and Andover Hall the remaining winner Love Muffin.
Father Patrick also sired the fastest of the Meadow Gladys Pennsylvania Sires Stakes winners, Insta Glam whom tied the stakes record with a 1:55 win on debut.