Divine Kaleb easily best in allowance victory
Friday, September 23, 2016

Divine Kaleb easily best in allowance victory
Divine Kaleb became Caleb's Posse's first repeated winner on Thursday at Remington Park with a commanding 4 1/4-length allowance victory at six furlongs.

The chestnut 2-year-old took the lead less than half-way through the race and drew off in the stretch to win easily in 1:11 flat on the fast main track (VIDEO).

The winner was bred in Kentucky by Everett Dobson's Candy Meadows Farm and McNeill Stables LLC, who campaigned Caleb's Posse when the speedster won the 2011 Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile (G1) and King's Bishop S. (G1). Divine Kaleb's female family includes Grade 1 winners Royal Mountain Inn and Miss Josh.
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