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Lubash, Invading Humor capture New York turf stakes at Belmont Park

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NEW YORK — Lubash and Invading Humor won the $125,000 turf stakes for New York breds on Sunday at Belmont Park.

Lubash beat King Kreesa by a neck in the Ashley T. Cole. It was the 11th win in 37 races for the 7-year-old trained by Christophe Clement. Junior Alvarado was aboard for the 1 1/8 miles in 1:47.83.

Lubash paid $6.10 to win.

Invading Humor extended her winning streak to four in the John Hettinger for fillies and mares. A 4-year-old trained by Bruce Levine and ridden by Rajiv Maragh, Invading Humor prevailed by one length over Strike Accord for her first stakes victory. She paid $12.80 to win. The time was 1:49.47.

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