Bradley Thoroughbreds’ Pinhook graduate BACKSTREET HERO donned cap and gown in a six-furlong maiden special this evening at Remington Park. The 2yo gelding, from the first crop of Grade I winner Street Hero, played the waiting game early as he sat four or five lengths off the leading group. Kept along the rail for the stretch drive, he began a strong rally up the pine and, after threading a narrow hole inside the final eighth, asserted late to win by 1 1/4 lengths. Danny Pish trains BACKSTREET HERO, a half-brother to graded winner Majestic City, for Dennis E. Foster. BT bought BACKSTREET HERO privately as a yearling and sold him privately to client Dennis Foster as a juvenile-in-training.