The 3-year-old son of Kitten's Joy paid $150.60 for a $2 win wager.
By Byron King
A few days of disappointment for co-owner Randy Hill and trainer George Weaver, caused when Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1) prospect Vekoma needed to be scratched due to a fever, was met with elation during the undercard of the first of two Breeders' Cup days Nov. 6 at Keeneland.
Hill and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing's Ever Dangerous lit up the tote board at odds of 74-1 by winning the $150,000 Bryan Station Stakes, setting off a jubilant celebration from Hill, who watched trackside. Mutuel backers of the 3-year-old son of Kitten's Joy had a right to feel almost as good—he paid $150.60 for a $2 win wager.
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