Hot Mist scores at Tampa in debut / Monday, May 18, 2020

Hot Mist was on the mark Saturday, opening her career with a victory at Tampa Bay Downs by more than two lengths.

The three-year-old filly scored for jockey Antonio Gallardo and trainer Christophe Clement in a seven-furlong maiden special weight, shifting out to find a clear path turning for home and kicking away in deep stretch.

Hot Mist is a daughter of Christophe’s Belmont Stakes hero Tonalist. Her dam is the Grade 3-winning mare Hot Stones, by Bustin Stones.

West Point bought Hot Mist as a yearling at the 2018 Keeneland September sale, a couple days before acquiring Grade 1 winner Decorated Invader at the same sale. Decorated Invader also is a member of the Clement Stable.



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