Black Stetson scored in the first ever running of the Bridgetown Stakes at Aqueduct going wire-to-wire 6 furlongs on the Turf at 18-1 for trainer Juan Carlos Guerrero.
Privately purchased by Ten Strike after a last place finish in a Maiden $75k at Keeneland, Black Stetson has truly rounded into form under Juan Carlos Guerrero. He broke his maiden in his second start for Ten Strike, ran 2nd in an Alw-1X and on April 14th, won the Bridgetown Stakes at Aqueduct in a gritty fashion. He hasn’t finished out of the top two in his three starts of 2018 earning just shy of $100,000.
After this tenacious victory against stiff New York company, Black Stetson looks to be primed for a Stakes filled Spring/Summer campaign.