Alan and Karen Cohen’s Arindel struck again at Gulfstream Park yesterday as Frau Riley, a daughter of Brethren, overpowered the field in a $42,000 maiden special and became the fifth winner for the freshman sire. Making her career debut, the filly was sent off at 3-1 under Emisael Jaramillo, who settled her comfortably in fourth place by herself as the leaders posted a :22.52 first quarter. Frau Riley followed the pacesetters to the turn, where Jaramillo ranged her up three wide and at the top of the stretch she was vying for the lead. In the lane it was no contest as Frau Riley drew off easily and prevailed by nearly four lengths in 1:05.36. The winner’s share came to $25,200 and raised Brethren’s progeny earnings to $227,473, second best only to Treasure Beach on the Florida freshman sire list. Brethren’s last four winners have been owned and bred by Arindel and trained by Stanley Gold.