Global Access' dam entered with Warrendale at Keeneland November
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Live Oak Plantation's Global Access built on his Aug. 31 win in Saratoga Race Course's Saranac Stakes (G3T) to score a 1 1/4-length victory Sept. 28 in the CA$125,500 (US$94,808) Ontario Derby (G3) at Woodbine. The sophomore son of the late Giant's Causeway covered the nine furlongs in 1:48.24 while defeating Armistice Day. Favored Avie's Flatter was fifth of six.

Global Access, ridden by Patrick Husbands for trainer Michael Trombetta, paid $6.40 as the second choice. He tracked Avie's Flatter early, taking command in the lane after six furlongs in 1:12.07. He hit the eighth pole with a one-length lead in 1:35.90. Armistice Day finished a half-length ahead of Jungle Fighter.

Winner of Woodbine's Marine Stakes (G3) this season, Global Access is 5-1-4 (3-1-0 on Polytrack) from 12 starts and has earned $373,401. Out of grade 2 winner Daveron, Global Access is a half brother to grade 2 winner March to the Arch. Daveron is scheduled to go through the Keeneland November Sales in foal to leading sire Uncle Mo. She is being consigned by Warrendale Sales on behalf of her owner Live Oak Stud. 


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