Hard to Stay Notgo dominated the $50,000 Niagara S. Friday at Finger Lakes, the second stakes win in the young career of the 3-year-old daughter of More Than Ready. Her first added-money score came in February in the $125,000 Franklin Square S. at Aqueduct.
Hard to Stay Notgo is one of seven North American stakes winners this year by her sire, while his progeny have earned in excess of $4 million.
Hard to Stay Notgo shook clear of her competition with about three furlongs to run in the six furlong Niagara, drawing away to win by 7 ¾-lengths.
With the win, the dark bay filly is now 3-1-1 in seven outings and has collected $210,400. She is owned by her breeders Chester and Mary Broman and is out of Whichwaydidshego, who is a half-sister to WinStar stallion and multiple graded stakes winner Fed Biz.