LARC NEWS Posted: 7/17/2020 5:43:47 PM


Race 4 – Maiden Claiming $5,000 – 3-Year-Olds & Up at 110 Yards

#1 Anastasia Bono – June 23 :12.4 at 220 Yards – SOLO  

Posted the 2nd fastest of 13 drills on June 23 when preparing for her first start since March 6. The 4-year-old mare broke in and was asked right-handed while showing good stride and energy throughout in this drill. A strong overall work and finished with a solid gallop out.

#2 Katrina QT – May 19 :13.10 at 220 Yards – Inside horse  

First-time starter 3-year-old filly did not wear blinkers when outworked from the inside post vs. Born Quick. Katrina QT was very green in this drill, hopping out the gate, drifting inside then shifting back out. She was asked right-handed after the gap and responded by shifting back to the inside. Rider flagged her from there as she continued to float to the inside. She came back with a 350-yard turn-and-work in :18.50 on July 5.

Race 5 – Maiden Claiming $16,000 – 2-Year-Olds at 300 Yards

#2 Stellish – June 30 :12.90 at 220 Yards – Inside Horse

Worked vs. Makalerina, who debuted on Saturday night. Stellish acted a bit fidgety in the starting gate while awaiting her work. She walked out of the gate once the drill started before drifting inward after getting into her stride. She was asked twice right-handed, while moving slightly inside. She was encouraged a few more times left-handed before the wire when finishing two lengths behind Makalerina.  

Race 6 – Maiden – 2-Year-Olds at 300 Yards

#1 Racing N Lace – June 20 :12.3 at 220 Yards – Inside Horse

Posted the 5th fastest of 16 drills on June 20 when working evenly from the inside with Counting The Ways. A full sister to Grade 1 winner Kiddy Up Cowgirl, Racing N Lace did not wear blinkers for this workout. She broke to the inside, but quickly hooked up with Counting The Ways and the two engaged in a heated duel from there. Racing N Lace eventually took the lead, showed a smooth stride during the 2nd half of the drill and remained ahead of her rival while being asked twice. She continued strong to the wire, winning by the work by a head.

#2 My Foose Love – June 23 :12.70 at 220 Yards – Inside Horse

Worked evenly from the inside with Dayshe Go in a time of :12.7 on June 23. My Foose Love was slow out of the gate and ducked to the inside when asked right-handed by her rival. Her outside rival will shift hard to the inside and the two will race head to head from there, hitting the wire in unison with My Foose Love continuing on with a good gallop out while recording the 7th fastest of 13 works.

#3 Val Kiria – July 4 :13.0 at 220 Yards – Middle Horse

Worked in between horses when part of a three-horse set on July 4. She had a clean break and left in good form but was slow in her stride. She drifted to the inside, was asked several times and nearly brushed her inside foe. She displayed a much smoother movement during the second half of the work on the way to winning the drill by a long nose.

#4 Baby Favorite – June 23 :12.60 at 220 Yards – Outside Horse

Outworked Tiberias Again JQM from the outside :12.6 to :13.0. The Favorite Cartel filly left the gate sharply and in a straight path. Had a lot of room to operate before moving to the inside after being asked right-handed. She kept that same path the rest of the way, looking solid throughout on the way to posting the 5th fastest of 13 works.

#6 Tres A Jess – July 11 :12.50 at 220 Yards – Outside

Outworked A Better Reason from the outside when covering the distance in :12.50 to 12.70. Video of the workout was not available as of press time.

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