05/28/2016 8:31PM

Super One scores at 38-1 in Ingrid Knotts Stakes

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Super One pays $79.80 for her neck victory under Alfredo Triana Jr. in the Ingrid Knotts.

Super One pulled a 38-1 upset in the $40,000 Ingrid Knotts Stakes on Saturday at Arapahoe Park, where she held on  for a neck win over Lightning Lady. It was another 1 3/4 lengths back in third to Sandhill Lady.

Sorta Special, who was making her fifth consecutive appearance in the race, finished fourth. The Ingrid Knotts is a six-furlong stakes restricted to fillies and mares bred in Colorado

Super One ($79.80) attended fractions of 21.75 seconds for the opening quarter-mile  and 44.88 for the half-mile before going on to cover the distance on a track rated “good” in 1:12.14. The winner was coming off a sixth-place finish in a conditioned allowance at Fonner Park.

Alfredo Triana Jr., an apprentice, was aboard Super One. Triana was winning the third stakes race of his career. His first career win came in July 2014 at Arapahoe.  

Super One was a $5,000 claim out of a maiden race last year at Arapahoe and she was winning her second career race Saturday. Mason A. King owns Super One, who is trained by Juan Ortega. Super One is a 4-year-old filly by the Atticus stallion No Storms.