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WILLIE MCCARTHY SCORED his sixth win of the 2017 NSA season by guiding For Goodness Sake to the winners circle in the $50,000 Iris Ann Coggins Memorial in Fair Hill, Md., on Saturday. - photo by Lindsay Jennings
Amy Taylor Rowe’s For Goodness Sake overtook front-running Sarah Joyce at the last fence and pulled away to a 2 3/4-length victory over lightly regarded Swoop in the Fair Hill Races’ $50,000 Iris Ann Coggins Memorial for fillies and mares on Saturday. Irv Naylor’s One Lucky Lady, who had tracked the pace of The Fields Stable’s Sarah Joyce to the final fence, finished third, two lengths behind Mimi Voss’ Swoop and 1 3/4-lengths ahead of Sarah Joyce. Outlaw Cody Z finished fifth.