Madison Stakes 2020: Entries & Odds at Keeneland

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Edited Keeneland Press Release
Updated: July 08, 2020

Grade 1 winners Guarana and Mia Mischief head a field of nine fillies and mares in the 19th running of the $250,000 Madison Stakes (G1) that will be run over 7 furlongs on the main track at Keeneland Racecourse on Saturday, July 11.

The Madison Stakes, the first of three Grade 1 races on Saturday's 10-race program including Kentucky Derby point race G1 Blue Grass Stakes, will go as the afternoon's fifth race with a 3:18 p.m. post time.

2020 Madison Stakes Odds & Entries

Race 5 at Keeneland on Saturday, July 11 - Post 3:18 PM

Entry Horse ML Odds Jockey Trainer
1 Diamond Crazy 50-1 Brian Hernandez, Jr.
118 Lbs
Dallas Stewart
2 Wildwood's Beauty 20-1 Joseph Rocco, Jr.
118 Lbs
Scott Becker
3 Sally's Curlin 10-1 Joseph Talamo
118 Lbs
Dale Romans
4 Princess Causeway 15-1 Julien Leparoux
118 Lbs
Ian Wilkes
5 Guarana 1-1 Jose Ortiz
118 Lbs
Chad Brown
6 Unique Factor 15-1 Flavien Prat
118 Lbs
Peter Miller
7 Mia Mischief 3-1 Ricardo Santana, Jr.
118 Lbs
Steven Asmussen
8 Bell's the One 6-1 Corey Lanerie
120 Lbs
Neil Pessin
9 Amy's Challenge 8-1 Joel Rosario
118 Lbs
McLean Robertson

Three Chimneys Farm and Hill `n' Dale Equine Holdings Guarana debuted at Keeneland during the 2019 Spring Meet with a 14¾-length victory that was a springboard to Grade 1 victories in the Acorn and Coaching Club of America Oaks.

A dominating winner in her 2020 debut last month at Churchill Downs, Guarana is trained by Chad Brown and will be ridden Jose Ortiz from post position five.

Stonestreet Stables' Mia Mischief, who broke her maiden in her second start by 16¼ lengths during Keeneland's 2017 Fall Meet, won the Humana Distaff (G1) in 2019 at Churchill Downs. A winner of two of three starts in 2020, Mia Mischief is trained by Steve Asmussen and will be ridden by Ricardo Santana Jr., from post position seven.

Other runners of note include Lothenbach Stables' Bell's the One and Novogratz Racing Stables' Amy's Challenge.

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Trained by Neil Pessin, Bell's the One captured last fall's Lexus Raven Run (G2) at Keeneland and most recently won the Winning Colors (G3) at Churchill Downs. Corey Lanerie, who was aboard for both of those victories, has the mount Saturday and will break from post position eight.

Amy's Challenge, trained by Mac Robertson, finished second by a neck to Spiced Perfection in last year's Madison. Joel Rosario has the mount Saturday and will break from post nine.

The field for the Madison, with riders and weights from the rail out, is: Diamond Crazy (Brian Hernandez Jr., 118 pounds), Wildwood's Beauty (Joe Rocco Jr., 118), Sally's Curlin (Joe Talamo, 118), Princess Causeway (Julien Leparoux, 118) Guarana (Ortiz, 118), Unique Factor (Flavien Prat, 118), Mia Mischief (Santana Jr., 118), Bell's the One (Lanerie, 120), Amy's Challenge (Rosario, 118).

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