LARC NEWS Posted: 4/10/2020 5:04:05 PM

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#1Temptriss – March 28 -:12.50 - Outside horse

Worked alongside Foose Chris in a drill in which she posted the 4th fastest of 34 drills. The Stel Corona filly will stand perfectly in the starting gate when working from the outside post and will break nicely while continuing easily before beginning to draw away from her foe at the midway point of the drill. She was never asked while striding nicely past the wire when winning the drilling by two lengths and then finish with a very solid gallop out. Her workmate, Foose Chris, will be in action in race seven.  

#2Red Rosy Cartel – March 28 :12.50 - Outside horse

Posted the 14th fastest of 34 drills on March 28 when standing nicely in the gate before hopping out of the gate before quickly recovering her stride. Purchased for$28,000 at the Los Alamitos Equine Sale, she’ll engage her rival and the two will continue evenly during the middle portion of the work. She’ll be asked lightly and will finish solidly from there. Good finish to the drill. 

#3 Precious Corona – March 19 :12.50 - Inside horse

Worked with El Katie Cartel when posting the 3rd fastest of 18 works on March 19. She broke in right from the start and then drifted inside once again at the halfway mark.Was asked right-handed and she showed a nice stride all the way to the wire when finishing about 1 ¾ lengths behind sharp companion. El Katie Cartel was a troubled fifth last Sunday night as the post time favorite in that race.

#4 Royal Flash Favorite – March 21 :12.70 - Outside horse

Stood perfectly in the starting gate when outworking Jess Tools by daylight in route to posting the 35th fastest of 67 drills. She left gate in good fashion before lugging in several racing lanes. She was well ahead of her rival and continues solidly throughout the drill while remaining on the inside part of the track during the work.

#5 Thin Lizzey – March 18 :12.60 - Inside horse

The gray filly recorded the fifth fastest of 28 drills on March 18 when working with Back Home Again. Thin Lizzey had her turned slightly before looking forward before the start. She broke inward but leveled out quickly. Was asked several times during the second part of the drill and work nicely from there finishing about a neck behind Back Home Again but continued nicely during the gallop out.

#6 Racie – March 21 :12.60 - Solo Drill

Will work by herself when posting the 29th fastest of 67 drills on March 21 when leaving nice and fast out of the gate. She’ll begin to drift inside just past the gap and rider will quickly correct her then rider will switch to tap her once right-handed. Racie continues solidly and does drift in again at the wire before shifting out wide during her gallop out.

#7 FG Jess Paintin Thru – February 25 :12.70 - Inside horse

Had the 7th fastest of 35 drills when leaving the gate in decent fashion on February 25 before showing outstanding acceleration three to four strides into her work.She does the work all on her own while continuing handily throughout and winning the drill by 1 ½ lengths and then continuing in good form past the wire.

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#1 Unstoppable One – March 21 :12.30 - Outside horse

Posted the 5th fastest of 67 drills when working evenly from the outside post versus the solid 2-year-old filly named Diva This, who races on Friday night. Unstoppable On ebroke sharply from the outside and will be asked several time during the work.Unstoppable One is about stride behind Diva This during this work but will finish solidly to hit the wire just a hair behind Diva This at the wire. He’llget push really wide during the gallop out.

#2 Druski – March 21 :12.50 - Inside horse

Posted the 17th fastest of 67 drills when getting outworked by about a ½ length by Scatchmelater. The assistant starter will help Druski point his head forward and horse will come away a bit slow. He’ll stumble lightly about 2-3 strides out of the gate but will recover quickly. He’ll drift in when jockey goes to his right hand but continues to show good speed. Druski is even with Scatchmelater at this point, but will lose the advantage near the wire and will finish about a ½ length behind workmate.

#3 My Special Card – March 19 :12.90  -Inside horse

Posted the 14th fastest of 19 drills when working from the inside post. Veered inward right at the start but leveled out quickly will be asked a couple of times and continues to want to drift inside. Rider will use his left hand once again and horse will reengage workmate. My Special Card will finish about neck behind in this drill before continuing with a solid gallop out.

#4Tip Your Hat To That – March 21 :12.70 - Inside horse

Will break well from the inside post when working alongside the Favorite Cartel colt Kingman Born. Tip Your Hat To That has a slight lead early on but will give way to his rival. Will be asked throughout the drill and appears to be wanting to shift out late in the work and will drift out past the wire and gallop out when posting the 35th fastest of 67 drills on March 21.

#5 BF Emily B Foosen – March 21 :12.50 - Outside horse

Posted the 17th fastest of 67 drills when outworking Morning Misty Marie on March 21. She was trying to lean on the right side of her gate stall and scrambled out of the gate while bobbling shortly after the start. Rider will ask her twice duringthe early of the work and she’ll respond nicely by taking the lead and thenpulling away from her foe. She posted a very nice finish and a good gallop out from there.

#6 Foose Chris – March 28 :12.80 - Inside horse

Worked alongside Temptriss when posting the 21st fastest of 34 drills on March 28. Will lug in sharply from the inside post all the way to the rail while losing a lot of ground to his work rival. Exercise rider will encourage him several times during the work and Foose Chris does give it his all but is not able to make up much ground against the very sharp filly Temptriss. A $20,000 purchase at the Los Alamitos Equine Sale.

#7 El Aracada – March 24 :12.60 - Solo drill

A solo drill from this gelding on a morning in which there were only three works posted. El Aracada has his heat turned sideways before looking straight ahead when the gate opens and will walk out of the gate before picking up speed a few strides into the work. The rider will encourage him twice during the middle of the work and gelding responds nicely and continues solidly from there.



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