|Allaboutcaroline is one of twelve fillies and mares entered in the five-furlong Turf Amazon Handicap, the first of four stakes races at Parx on Labor Day.|
|Frankie Pennington will ride Miss d'Oro for trainer Jason Servis.|
|Gabriel Saez has the mount on Aquinnah.|
Angel Castillo gets a leg up on Wellingtons Appeal.
|Paco Lopez and Jewel of a Cat head to the post parade, followed by Joe Bravo aboard Coarsegold.|
|The mares and fillies encounter a flock of seagulls as they enter the stretch.|
Quality Lass (#4), maintains her lead throughout the race. #5, left, is Heaven Knows What; #2, right, is Miss d'Oro.
|Quality Lass, ridden by John Bisono, survives a late challenge from Joya Royal (#9, Kendrick Carmouche up) to win the Turf Amazon by a head.|
|Call Me George will join nine other horses three and older for the grade 3 Greenwood Cup Stakes.|
|Argentine-bred Ever Rider has his tattoo checked by Parx horse identifier Tom Weinhardt.|
|Irsaal (#6) and Adirondack King (#8) walk in the paddock before the race.|
|Micromanage is the favorite in the mile and a half Greenwood Cup.|
|Ever Rider, Jose Flores up, joins the post parade.|
|Abraham, Junior Alvarado up, sets the pace for the first half mile of the Greenwood Cup Stakes.|
|Ridden by Miguel Mena, Cary Street passes Ever Rider to win the Greenwood Cup by a length.|
|Cary Street, a five-year-old gelding, is a son of Smarty Jones.|
|Almost Famous, one of nine contenders in the grade 3 Smarty Jones Stakes, heads to the paddock.|
|Just Call Kenny awaits his rider, Paco Lopez (left).|
|Saa Mi (above) and Joint Custody (right) will also take part in the one mile, seventy yard race for three-year-olds.|
|The race begins: from left, Joint Custody, Grasshoppin, Albano and Ain't Got Time.|
|Protonico (#8), Joe Bravo up, wins by half a length; Classic Giacanroll, with Kendrick Carmouche, is second.|
|Prontonico, a son of Giant's Causeway, is trained by Todd Pletcher.|
|Pat Chapman, owner of Smarty Jones, congratulates Joe Bravo on winning the race named in her horse's honor.|
|A P Elvis, one of eleven horses to contest the grade 3 Turf Monster Handicap, walks in the paddock.|
Ben's Cat is back for his fourth Turf Monster; he won the race in 2011 and 2012 and was 3rd in 2013.
|Jose Valdivia Jr. has the mount on Risk Factor.|
|Brazilian-bred Berlino Di Tiger will be ridden by Juan Saez.|
|Petey Cramer (#11), Alex Cintron up, and Tightend Touchdown, with Kendrick Carmouche, join the post parade.|
As the field charges down the stretch, Sharp Sensation, ridden by David Moran, passes Bold Thunder (in purple and white) to take the lead.
|From left, directly behind Sharp Sensation, are Ben's Cat, Tightend Touchdown and Bold Thunder (#10).|
Favorite Ben's Cat (left), ridden by Julian Pimentel, can't quite overtake Sharp Sensation, who wins the Turf Monster Handicap by a neck.
|This was the first graded stakes win for Sharp Sensation, who is trained by Reade Baker.|
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