The $50,000 Daryl Wells Sr. Memorial Stakes featured a field of six Canadian-foaled older horses going 5 furlongs on the turf. 5-2 second choice Stonetown opened up a 2 length lead down the backstretch under new jockey Chris Griffith, getting quick fractions of 22.89 and 46.31 over the good turf course. 6-5 favorite Marco Be Good moved up alongside the pacesetter for the drive and the pair battled the length of the stretch, hitting the wire together in a photo finish. Stonetown got his nose on the line first, completing the trip in 58.14 seconds. It was 2 lengths back to 4-1 third choice Neil the Knife third. The Noel Randall trained son of Elajjud improved his record to 7 wins, 0 seconds, and 1 third in 14 starts, earning $287,682 for owner Winston W. Penny.