06/11/2005 12:00AM

Don Six back on winning track

Bill Denver/ EQUI-PHOTOS
Revved Up and jockey Aaron Gryder win the Battlefield by a length over Tam's Terms. The race was one of three stakes at Monmouth Park on Saturday.

Don Six lived up to his 3-10 favoritism with a wire-to-wire victory in the $65,000 Longfellow Stakes at Monmouth Park, one of three stakes on the day there.

Don Six and jockey Aaron Gryder were chased by 14-1 Bold Days throughout the six-furlong race, winning by 2 1/4 lengths. Bold Days held second by 3 1/4 lengths over Dashboard Drummer, who took third in the field of six 3-year-olds and up.

Don Six, owned by Patricia Generazio and trained by Scott Lake, covered the distance in 1:09.03 and paid $2.60. The victory was the first for Don Six since he took the Paumonok Handicap in January at Aqueduct.

* Also at Monmouth on Saturday, Celtic Innis ($14.40) won his fourth straight race, running past favorite Diamond Wildcat in the stretch and drawing out to a 3 1/2-length score in the $60,000 Coronado's Quest. Miracle Man got up for second and Diamond Isle took third in the field of six. Diamond Wildcat faded to fourth in the Coronado's Quest, for 3-year-olds going six furlongs.

Celtic Innis was ridden by Tommy Turner. He is owned by E. Allen Murray Jr. and trained by Timothy Keefe.

Going into the Coronado's Quest, Celtic Innis had won two allowance races and the Maryland Stallion Stakes.

* In the $60,000 Battlefield Stakes, favored Revved Up defeated Tam's Terms by a length, with Cacht Wells another nose back in third.

Revved Up ($6.60) covered the 1 1/8 miles on turf in 1:48.24, giving Aaron Gryder his second stakes win of the day. Owned by Live Oak Plantation and trained by Christophe Clemente, Revved Up has now won 2 of his 3 races this year. He won the Turf Classic at Tampa Bay in his first start of the year.