NEW YORK (AP) — Caixa Eletronica cruised to an easy comeback win as the 1-9 favorite, beating Broad Rule by 2¾ lengths on Thursday in the $73,500 Uncle Mo Stakes at Aqueduct.

Sent right to the front by Javier Castellano, the durable and classy 8-year-old earned his 20th win in 61 starts. It was the first race for the Todd Pletcher trainee since capturing the Fall Highweight Stakes at Aqueduct in November.

The time was 1:10.59 for the six furlongs on the fast track.

Caixa Eletronica paid $2.30, $2.10 and $2.10. Broad Rule returned $4.20 and $2.40 while Ponzi Scheme paid $2.20 to show.