12/04/2016 11:22AM

Marquee Miss defeats older sister Marquee Cal Gal in Holiday Inaugural

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The 3-year-old filly Marquee Miss, ridden by Didiel Osorio, defeats her 4-year-old full sister, Marquee Cal Gal, and Jack Gilligan in the Holiday Inaugural.

A racing rarity occurred Saturday night at Turfway Park in northern Kentucky when full sisters finished first and second in the $50,000 Holiday Inaugural.

Marquee Miss outran her older sister, Marquee Cal Gal, in winning the six-furlong Polytrack race as a 21-1 outsider. The winner is a 3-year-old and the runner-up is a 4-year-old, with both having been sired by Cowboy Cal and produced by Marquee Delivery.

Marquee Miss, ridden by Didiel Osorio, and Marquee Cal Gal, with Jack Gilligan up, both raced in mid-pack through the early going before moving closer on the turn. Down the stretch, after Marquee Cal Gal took the lead, Marquee Miss reeled her in with a steady outside run, prevailing by a neck when finishing in 1:09.10. A full field of 12 fillies and mares started.

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Ingrid Mason, soon headed to Oaklawn Park for the winter, trains Kentucky-bred Marquee Miss for Joe Ragsdale. The filly now has won four times in 15 career starts, with two prior victories having come early this year in the Dixie Belle and Martha Washington, both at Oaklawn.

The $2 exacta (10-7) paid $387, the $1 trifecta (10-7-5) returned $1,171.90, and the 10-cent superfecta (10-7-5-6) was worth $3,234.23.

Earlier on the card,  Jon Court, 56, scored the 4,000th win of his riding career when he guided City Without Pity to victory in the fourth race.