Bipty Dash Takes Party Girl

The Louisiana-bred mare picked up her fifth straight victory and fourth career stakes win.

February 1, 2014

Bipty Dash, a Louisiana-bred daughter of Heza Fast Dash claimed for just $5,000 in 2012, extended her winning streak to five on Saturday afternoon at Louisiana Downs with a neck victory in the $35,000 Party Girl Stakes (R) for state-breds. The 5-year-old mare covered 350 yards in :17.848 with Alfonso Lujan up for trainer Marty Long, who co-owns the winner with Ivan Alford.

Although Bipty Dash won just once in her first five starts after being claimed by Alford in August 2012, she has now won nine of her last 10 outings with four stakes victories, including the Louisiana Champions Day Classic (RG2) at Fair Grounds. Her career record stands at 24-13-3-1 with earnings of $223,480. She was bred by Israel Flores out of the Kentucky Jazz (TB) mare Bipity Jazz (TB).

The Game Patriot mare Patriots Toast had an early lead and held on for second. Another daughter of Game Patriot, Im Game Lets Play, took third.

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Also on the card, Brett Mennen’s homebred The Lizzard King earned his fourth career stakes victory in the $15,000 Swift Stakes. John Hamilton rode the Valiant Hero gelding to a neck win in :17.794 for 350 yards. The Lizzard King is now a winner of eight of 18 starts with earnings of $173,374.

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