China Prince Wins Second Straight
China Prince returned to the site of his maiden win to score in an allowance race on December 28 at Golden Gate Fields. Dispatched as the favorite, he had a very wide trip but was still much the best under jockey Dennis Carr.
West Point Thoroughbreds purchased the Cal-bred son of Peppered Cat in December 2012 after an impressive three length score over the Tapeta surface. Since joining the Craig Dollase barn, he’s earned nearly $100,000.
“This horse has really rounded into form after returning off a layoff this summer,” said WPT president. Terry Finley “His numbers make him competitive in the open first level allowance in Southern California, but the way Golden Gate wrote this race, he’s eligible to come back and run in the exact same spot. That’s a nice option to have, but we’ll also take a hard look at the Cal Cup races at the end of January at Santa Anita.”