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Dream Scheme Wins at Churchill

November 15, 1998

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) _ Dream Scheme, with Calvin Borel aboard, wore down Sister Act in the final eighth of a mile to post a 1 1/2-length upset victory in Saturday’s $225,200 Churchill Downs Distaff.

Covering the mile in a stakes record 1:34 2-5, the win was the fifth in seven starts at Churchill Downs for Dream Scheme, who paid $24.40, $10.40 and $5. Sister Act paid $5.40 and $3.40. Beautiful Pleasure finished third and paid $4.

Dream Scheme, owned by G. Watts Humphrey and trained by George ``Rusty″ Arnold, earned $139,624 to boost her lifetime earnings to $431,821. The win was the 5-year-old daughter of Danzig’s second this year in six starts and eighth in 27 career tries.

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