Speightstown's latest stakes winner King of the Court made it three wins in a row with a victory in the Sept. 17 HBPA Stakes at Canterbury Park.
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Speightstown is having one of his best seasons at stud in recent years, currently ranked second on the General Sire list with progeny earnings of more than $8.5 million and tied for the top spot with five Grade 1 horses.
King of the Court won the six-furlong race by a half-length in a swift 1:09.23 on the fast main track.
With the victory, the chestnut 5-year-old upped his record to 6-5-3 from 25 starts, with earnings of $213,859 for owners Gary Kropp and Clayton & Rick Wiest.
Bred in Kentucky by Bruce Lunsford and Hill 'n' Dale Farm, King of the Court is out of Divine Escapade, the half-sister to Grade 1 winner Mi Sueno and out of millionaire Madcap Escapade.