08/23/2012 3:47PM

Remington Park: Another World back on dirt


Another World affirmed her preference for dirt earlier this month, when she finished fifth in her turf debut. So on Saturday night, her connections are putting her back on the main track for a one-mile allowance for fillies and mares at Remington Park.

The field of six includes four stakes winners, among them Another World, who in April captured the $100,000 Red Bud at Oaklawn Park. Since then, Another World has placed in two more dirt stakes and also finished fifth Aug. 4 in the $100,000 Lady Canterbury, the race that was her turf debut.

"We were exited to give her a chance on the turf . . . turns out we shouldn't have been," said Donnie Von Hemel, who trains Another World. "In the early part of the race, she was sitting there good enough. The last part, she didn't go anywhere at all. Chalk it up to the fact that she's not a turf horse, I guess."

But on dirt, Another World's closing kick shines. She won a first-level allowance over Remington's main track last November, and in March took an allowance at Oaklawn before winning a three-way photo in the Red Bud. From there, Another World ran twice at Prairie Meadows. She was second in the $61,000 Wild Rose in May, then third in the $107,000 Iowa Distaff won by Brushed by a Star, who returned in her next start to take the Grade 2 Molly Pitcher at Monmouth Park.

Lindey Wade has the mount on Another World, who races for her breeder, Pin Oak Stable.

Yvete Sangalo is seeking to become the fourth next-out winner to emerge from the $100,000 Instant Racing at Oaklawn on April 13. She was fourth in the race, which has produced next-out allowance winners Amazing Shoes, Morrow Cove and Scat Baby.