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Hall of Famer Stevens on hot streak

Gary Stevens, Wishing Gate
Gary Stevens' comeback is going swimmingly by the shore.
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DEL MAR, Calif. (AP)

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Gary Stevens led 10-1 long-shot No Silent to a gate-to-wire victory Thursday in the $85,000 feature, the 50-year-old Hall of Fame jockey's sixth win in three days at Del Mar.

Stevens, continuing a comeback that began in January, took the 4-year-old No Silent straight to the lead in the six-horse he held off Chiloquin by 1 1/4 lengths, covering 6-1/2 furlongs in 1:15.82.

No Silent paid $23.80 for his fourth career win and increased his lifetime earnings to $220,970.

Mobilized finished third. Heavy favorite Castaway was fifth.

No Silent is trained by Gary Mandella, whose father, Richard Mandella, saddled a winner for Stevens on Wednesday in the Del Mar feature.

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