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Allan Petrlík won the race named after his father

The 19th Harry Petrlík Memorial Stakes, Class A mile race for three-year-old and older fillies and mares, was the highlight of the twelfth part of this year's horse racing season in Chuchle Arena Prague. On the soft groud it was won by four-year-old grey filly Rabbit Coulsty with jockey Jiří Chaloupka and for her trainer Allan Petrlík it was an emotional moment, because he received his first win in the race named after his father.

Wire-to-wire winner Rabbit Coulsty made her fourth win, the first one in the highest class race. Jockey Jiří Chaloupka and the owner Rabbit Trhový Štěpánov stable won this race for the second time, four-time trainer-champion Allan Petrlík, after whose father the race is named, won it for the first time. The favorite Zariyannka finished third, when she was beaten by a neck by Dally Top, who took the second place for the seventh time in her ninth career performance.

Trainer Allan Petrlík and rider Lukáš Charvát won two races during the day and also two ladies, who are leaders of the jockeys championship Lázně Poděbrady Cup, were successful. Vendula Korečková achieved her first win as a trainer and Jiřina Andrésová, as the tenth Czech female jockey in the history, reached the 100th lifetime win.