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Mo Stash, Gigante Top Bryan Station Field of 10

BBN Racing’s Mo Stash, winner of this spring’s Kentucky Utilities Transylvania (G3) here, and Iapetus Racing and Diamond T Racing’s Secretariat (G2) winner Gigante, headline a field of 10 3-year-olds entered today for the 19th running of the $300,000 Bryan Station (G3) to be run at a mile over the grass on Saturday, Oct. 28. 

The Bryan Station will be the eighth race on closing day of the Keeneland Fall Meet with a 4:44 p.m. ET post time. 

Trained by Vicki Oliver, Mo Stash has made three starts at Keeneland beginning with a runner-up finish in the Indian Summer (L) Presented by Keeneland Select last fall that was followed four weeks later by a fourth-place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (G1). Mo Stash will depart post position 5 in the Bryan Station and be ridden by Luis Saez. 

Trained by Steve Asmussen, who won the 2007 Bryan Station with Inca King, Gigante cuts back to a mile after he finished sixth in the New Kent County Virginia Derby (G3) going 1 1/8 miles in his most recent start on Sept. 9 at Colonial Downs. A winner of three of four starts at the mile distance, Gigante will be ridden by Joel Rosario and exit post position 2. 

The field for the Bryan Station, with riders and weight from the rail out, is: Talk of the Nation (Jose Ortiz, 118 pounds), Gigante (Rosario, 122), Dude NColorado (GB) (Flavien Prat, 118), Smokey Mandate (James Graham, 118), Mo Stash (Saez, 120), Runaway Storm (Colby Hernandez, 118), Worthington (Rey Gutierrez, 118), Santorini (Alex Achard, 118), More Than Looks (John Velazquez, 120), Appraise (IRE) (Tyler Gaffalione, 118).