Quiet All American Wins 5th Race Since August
Congie DeVito would have loved this. Parx was his stomping ground and Forest Camp is amongst his favorite all-time sires. With Quiet All American winning his fifth race from just six starts since August today at Parx, you’ve got to think Congie was watching over him and played some role in his recent success.
Terry Finley says, “When we brought him back off the shelf this summer, we weren’t exactly sure how good he was. He showed some talent as a three-year-old before tailing off. We had a few races not go on us, and took a shot by running him for 15k at Saratoga. He won that day, and believe it or not, running in that race opened up some doors for us, and he’s gone on to win two 16k or less starter allowances. We were in a position where we had a horse coming off a layoff, and took a risk. It’s certainly rewarded us. Congratulations to his Partners. It’s been a fun past few months.”
Quiet All American now has seven wins from 15 career starts and pushed his earnings past the $200,000 mark with today’s score. Look for him to run back in a starter allowance/handicap in the Midatlantic region in January.