Fresno, CA (October 15, 2023) – Good Lovin, the 2-year-old son of Stanford, blew the field away with a dazzling career debut in the 3rd race at the Big Fresno Fair going five furlongs over the fast track.
Breaking form the outside post in the field of seven vying for their maiden special weight diploma, he was quickly able to clear several of his inside foes and engage in the battle for the lead. They clipped along through an opening quarter in 22.18. Their contest lasted until the final turn, when Good Lovin began to open up his advantage. He had a three length lead at the top of the stretch after a half in 44.61. He continued on powerfully to wire to win by eight lengths. Final time was a crisp 57.25.
Good Lovin is a homebred racing for Tommy Town Thoroughbreds and he is trained by Ruby Thomas. He is out of the winning Street Sense mare, Wife Approved.