Jockey Javier Castellano sent 8-1 Hit It Rich to the lead first time by and she set easy fractions of 25.33, 51.73, 1:17.43, and 1:41.69 over the yielding course, while pressed by 14-1 Halo Dolly and 43-1 Bizzy Caroline. Entering the stretch, the pacesetters tired as Zagora moved up to gain the lead at the 3/16 pole. 5-1 Nahrain, fifth early, came through between horses at the 1/16 pole to win by 1/2 a length over Zagora in 2:05.56. It was just a nose back to late-running favorite Dream Peace third. There was a stewards' inquiry focusing on bumping at the top of the stretch but the result stood.