Jockey Jim McAleney celebrates as the Reade Baker Trained, Breaking Lucky, owned by Gunpowder Farms LLC,  crosses the wire a neck ahead of Queen's Plate winner Shaman Ghost in the 80th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes at Fort Erie Racetrack on July 28. Michael Burns Photo

Jockey Jim McAleney celebrates as the Reade Baker trained, Breaking Lucky, owned by Gunpowder Farms LLC, crosses the wire a neck ahead of Queen’s Plate winner Shaman Ghost in the 80th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes at Fort Erie Racetrack on July 28.
Michael Burns Photo

The Reade Baker trained Breaking Lucky, owned by Gunpowder Farms LLC, ran down the field in the middle of the track at Fort Erie Race Track to win the 80th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes with Jockey Jim McAleney aboard.

Queen’s Plate winner Shaman Ghost was denied a bid for the Triple Crown finishing a hard fought neck behind in second with Field of Courage finishing third.