Updated on 09/17/2011 9:12PM

Diboll Dilly triggers $2,532 pick four

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Diboll Dilly wins the $100,000 Instant Racing Breeders' Cup at Oaklawn Park on Saturday.

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - Diboll Dilly overtook the leaders in the stretch to win the $100,000 Instant Racing Breeders' Cup by three-quarters of a length in the first leg of a national pick four that linked stakes races at Oaklawn Park and Keeneland on Saturday.

Diboll Dilly ($15.40) settled in third behind Tizzy Girl, who was clear by 3 1/2 lengths through fractions of 23.43 seconds for the opening quarter-mile and a half-mile in 47.45. Diboll Dilly began her advance on the second turn, drew even with the leaders past the quarter pole, and went on in the stretch to cover the 1 1/16 miles for 3-year-old fillies in 1:45.87.

Maise and Blue rushed up the rail for second, a neck in front of the third-place finisher, Kota.

"I knew at the top of the stretch we had this race won," said Calvin Borel, who rode the Diboll Dilly for trainer Hal Wiggins. "The more I called on her, the more she gave me."

Diboll Dilly earned $60,000 for the win, her second from three starts. Her earnings stand at $80,440.

* The national Premier Pick 4 paid $2,532.80 on a $2 wager. The winning numbers were 7-7-7-6. Oaklawn served as the hub for the wager and the pool was $726,194.

In addition to Diboll Dilly, Clock Stopper ($11.60) captured the second leg, the Commonwealth Breeders' Cup from Keeneland, while Bandini ($8) captured leg three, the Blue Grass Stakes, and Afleet Alex ($6.80) the final leg, the Arkansas Derby.

Fantasy: Round Pond draws off to win

Round Pond pulled clear to a 4 1/2-length victory in the Grade 2, $250,000 Fantasy on Friday. She will make her next start in the Grade 2, $200,000 Black-Eyed Susan at Pimlico on May 20, said her trainer, John Servis.

Rugula finished second in the Fantasy, a length in front of R Lady Joy. It was another 1 1/4 lengths back in fourth to the favorite, Sharp Lisa.

Round Pond ($5.80) broke well under Stewart Elliott and settled along the rail in third, a few lengths behind Rugula, who set fractions of 24.18 seconds for the opening quarter-mile and 47.78 for the half-mile. Round Pond began her bid on the second turn, drew even with the pacesetter by the quarter pole, overtook her past the eighth pole, and pulled away, covering 1 1/16 miles in 1:43.49.

Round Pond, who was making her first start on Lasix, earned $150,000 for the victory, which was her third from four career starts. Her earnings now stand at $217,300.