12/05/2015 5:15PM

Bird of Trey much the best in Pennsylvania Nursery

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Bird of Trey, ridden by Joshua Navarro, wins the Pennsylvania Nursery by 7 1/4 lengths.

Trainer John Servis enjoyed a big day with his 2-year-old stakes runners at two different venues Saturday afternoon.

About 90 minutes after his unbeaten filly Cathryn Sophia romped in the $100,000 Gin Talking Stakes at Laurel Park, Servis sent out favored Bird of Trey to take the $100,000 Pennsylvania Nursery for Pennsylvania-bred 2-year-olds at Parx Racing.

Bird of Trey ($5.20), the third winner of the card for jockey Joshua Navarro, turned the tables on Morning Fire, who had beaten him in his career debut in July and in his most recent start, an allowance for open company in late October.

But this time, Bird of Trey took the lead from Morning Fire at the top of the stretch and was much the best, winning by more than 7 1/4 lengths after seven furlongs in 1:24.15.

Morning Fire finished second in a stakes for the fourth time, 5 1/2 lengths clear. Wychmere, a maiden winner going long on turf last time out, got third at 29-1.

Bird of Trey, a son of Birdstone owned by JRita Young Thoroughbreds, is now 2 for 5 lifetime.