03/28/2015 6:09PM

Becker sweeps exacta in both Illinois-bred stakes

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Win 'em All, with Chris Emigh aboard, and stablemate Doc Galore run one-two in the Third Chance Handicap.

Things couldn’t have gone any better for trainer Scott Becker in Saturday’s co-featured sprint stakes for Illinois-breds at Hawthorne on Saturday.

Becker’s horses ran one-two in both the Third Chance Handicap for fillies and mares, and the Robert Molaro Handicap.

In race 7, Win’em All ($13.80), ridden by Chris Emigh, ran down stablemate Doc Galore to score by a length in the $58,237 Third Chance. A 5-year-old mare, Win ‘em All added blinkers for her first start since February. She ran the distance in 1:19.78 to earn her seventh victory in 20 starts.

One race later, Creative Art ($9) outfinished even-money favorite Luv Bandit and jockey Emigh in the $58,059 Robert Molaro. Vicente Gudiel, second in the Third Chance, guided the 5-year-old Creative Art to a three-quarter-length win. The winning time was 1:10.33.

It was the third straight win for Creative Art, who is now 9 for 26 lifetime.