The Associated Press
Wednesday, March 23, 2011; 5:55 PM
NEW YORK -- Who's the Cowboy showed five younger rivals how it's done, beating Saint Daimon by a half- length in the $46,000 allowance feature run in the slop Wednesday at Aqueduct.
A 9-year-old gelding bred in New Jersey, Who's the Cowboy is closing in on $1 million in a career earnings. It was his 17th win in 60 starts, and the second victory of the afternoon for the team of jockey David Cohen, trainer John Tebbutt and the Island Wind Racing Stable. The time was 1:12.13 for the six furlongs.
Who's the Cowboy paid $7.20, $3.60 and $2.50. Saint Daimon returned $4.80 and $3.40. W.W.'s Lady's Man paid $3.90 to show.