Lightly raced Capital Account is living up to his potential during his five-year-old season. In his ninth career start, the bay son of Closing Argument put his name in the discussion for the Sprint division when he rallied to defeat Grade 1-winning stablemate Coil in the Pat O’Brien Stakes (G2) at Del Mar in August. Purchased by Legends Racing for $330,000 at the 2008 Keeneland September yearling sale, Capital Account’s career has been plagued by starts and stops. Unraced at two, Capital Account won his first two career starts but then was given a nearly eight-month break before returning for his 4-year-old campaign. He then made just two starts in 2011, but started back on a strong note this January, winning an allowance race over the main track at Santa Anita. Three starts after his seasonal bow, Capital Account took his first swing against Grade 1 company, finishing third behind champion Amazombie in the Bing Crosby Stakes (G1).