Impressive winning debut for Riyadh; Ball Dancing adds G2 win
He becomes the fourth winner out of the stakes-placed Pleasant Point, a sister to Stephen Foster Handicap (G1) winner Colonial Colony.
Meanwhile at Belmont Park on Saturday, French Listed winner Ball Dancing made a successful North American debut to take the Sand Points Stakes (G2).
Her four-year-old half-sister, Call Me Marilyn, was purchased privately by Schumer Bloodstock in Britain last year.
The pair are out of Ball Gown, also the dam of French Listed winner Putyball. They hail from the further family of Gorytus and Declaration Of War.