Updated on 09/16/2011 9:42AM

Caught in the Rain makes them pay

Four Footed Fotos
Caught in the Rain (#4) holds off favored Glia by a neck to win the Grade 2, $173,300 Mrs. Revere Stakes on Saturday at Churchill Downs.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - One day, horseplayers might believe in her. But with a 32-1 upset Saturday in the $173,700 at Churchill Downs, Caught in the Rain won at a big mutuel for the third straight race while keeping her record on turf perfect.

Caught in the Rain, based at Philadelphia Park with trainer Guadalupe Preciado, stalked the pace in the Mrs. Revere, a Grade 2 turf race for 3-year-old fillies. With Eddie King Jr. aboard, she put away front-running Styleistick, turned back a strong challenge from Bedanken, and finished a neck clear of a torrid late run from Glia, the 5-2 favorite in a field of 11. Bedanken finished another neck back in third.

Caught in the Rain, a Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Petionville, returned $66.20. She won her turf debut at her home track in early October, returning $64.20, then won an Oct. 23 turf allowance at Aqueduct at a $34 mutuel.

Caught in the Rain, owned by New Jersey restarauteur Ronald Perozzi, finished 1 1/8 miles in 1:46.25 over a yielding turf course. Two earlier turf races were moved to the main track.

The 4-5 exacta paid $351 and the 4-5-12 trifecta paid $2,779.20. Attendance was 8,081.

In earlier Saturday action:

* Pat Day rode Premier Rocket ($4.60) to win the sixth race shortly after the colt suddenly bucked him off in the post parade. Day later won an allowance sprint for 2-year-old fillies with Glorious Miss ($8.60) and a maiden race for McPeek with Runnymede Bride ($3.80).

* Apprentice rider Eddie Zambrana recorded the first victory of his career by guiding Full Carat ($49.20) to a gate-to-wire win in the first race.