Friday, October 10, 2014

Daybreak Dreamer Handles Storm Delay to Win at Remington Park

Photo Credit: Remington Park/Dustin Orona Photography


For Immediate Release

Friday, October 10, 2014




OKLAHOMA CITY – Heavy lightning and rain forced a 30-minute delay in the action Friday night at Remington Park. Once racing resumed with an Oklahoma-bred allowance worth $39,525 in the fourth race, Daybreak Dreamer was ready to perform.


Owned by Gary Dean of Oklahoma City and trained by Kari Craddock, Daybreak Dreamer was ridden by Cliff Berry. The 4-year-old gelding was the 5-2 wagering favorite and excelled to win the six-furlong race by one length in 1:11.30 over a sloppy main track.


Daybreak Dreamer paid $7 to win, $4 to place and $2.80 to show. Yonaguska Boy was second and paid $7.20 to place and $4.20 to show. Jamisonsjester was third for a $3.80 show payoff.


The win was the third from six career starts for Daybreak Dreamer who won for the first time at Remington Park. A son of Woke Up Dreamin from the Stop The Music mare Balalaika Dolly, Daybreak Dreamer made $22,658 to push his career money to $57,033.


Remington Park Thoroughbred racing continues Saturday with the first of nine races at 7pm.


Remington Park is open daily at 10:30am for simulcast racing and casino gaming, featuring the Bricktown Brewery on the casino floor. Admission, general parking and valet parking are always free at Remington Park, the home of the $1,000,000 Oklahoma Classics on Friday, Oct. 17.


Tracked by over 69,000 fans on Facebook and 5,800 Twitter followers, Remington Park is Oklahoma City’s only Racetrack & Casino and is located at the junction of Interstates 35 & 44, in the heart of the Oklahoma City Adventure District. For more information, reservations and group bookings please call 405-424-1000, 866-456-9880 or visit





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