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GATE WORK FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 21

RACE  3 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#1 Don Carmello – April 7 :12.9 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Outside Horse: Apollitical Jess colt is out of the Governor’s Cup Futurity

winner and $218,000 earner Secretly Hot. He worked evenly from the outside post vs. Proud Of Him when they both went in :12.9. He broke in hard, kept wanting the lug in but rider grabbed a strong hold and straightened him out. He was hand ridden from there, finished solidly and crossed the wire just behind Proud Of Him. Continued with good energy in his gallop out while posting the 32nd fastest of 48 works. On March 13, he worked from the outside post here when finishing behind recent sixth place finisher Patria in :12.7 vs. :12.9. Don Carmello was still needing the help of the assistant starter to look straight ahead when the gate opened. As a result, he hesitated leaving and looked very green early on. He shifted awkwardly to the inside and then

shifted back out, while trailing Patria by a length. The jockey grabbed the reins tight at the midway point and Don Carmello began to unveil his best

stride, looking solid through the wire and his gallop out.

#2 CD Favorite Lady – March 17  :12.5 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Middle Horse: Favorite Cartel filly is from the female family of multiple graded stakes winner Sixy Lady. She was best in this drill when working in between horses in :12.5 while facing El Silencio JND to her inside and Namgis Azoom to her outside. CD Favorite Lady broke slow while lunging out of the gate while going towards the inside. She shifted back out after the gap, was hustled by his rider, lost a little momentum at the midway point but then picked up his stride again and finished strongly while continuing to pull the rider early in his gallop out before going under a big hold around the clubhouse turn.  

#4 Koli – March 29  :12.1 at 220 yards (SET #3)

Middle Horse: Apollitical Jess filly is out of the famous breeding line of First Down Dash. Her granddam is First Carolina, a winner of over $415,000 in her brilliant career. She worked third from the rail in :12.1 when outfinishing the very sharp worker, My Budd, as they both went in :12.1 to share the 2nd fastest of 54 works. Koli was a little antsy in the gate before lunging towards the inside when the gates opened. She moved in slightly a second time but then leveled out from there and continued under a hustling ride. She was flagged right-handed once, and she responded with an excellent burst midway through the drill to outfinish her rival while still under a solid hand ride. It was a strong gallop out to complete her venture. On March 13, Koli worked from the inside post as part of a three-horse set that included Born In The Blood, who worked in between horses. The winner of this drill in :12.5, Koli hopped out of the gate, veered in but settled quickly and flashed beautifully to take the lead. The acceleration was there, as she led this group by a length at the midway point. Her rider sat chilly on her in the final 50 yards, as she continued gliding over the track while crossing the wire 1 ¼ lengths ahead of Born In The Blood. She was pushed at all in her gallop, yet she continued to show athleticism and speed. She also posted a 13.2 work on Feb. 24.

#7 Charlee Clair – March 29  :12.2 at 220 yards (SET #12)

Middle Horse: A sentimental choice here as this Idaho-bred filly is owned by Spackman Racing. Longtime owner Kelly Spackman passed away last month, but his name shines brightly at Los Alamitos this weekend. She was part of a four-horse set when breaking third from the rail in a very competitive training race that also featured set winner Zoomin On Home next to her and Born In The Blood on the outside. Charlee Clair worked in :12.2, just behind Zoomin On Home’s 12.1. She had her turned towards the inside, broke alertly, and showed a nice burst after the gap. She was pressured on the outside by Born In the Blood but continued gamely past the wire and maintaining a solid stride through her gallop out. Zoomin On Home finished with the morning’s second fastest work. This was the 3rd fastest of 54 works. On March 17, Charlee Clair worked from the outside post here when going in :12.4 vs. Eagle Flash Corona’s :12.6 clocking. Charlee Clair bumped the gate door leaving, bounced towards the inside but then shifted back out to take the lead. She was not hurried by her rider, as he continued flashing speed and then finished under a very light ride across the wire. She was under a hold across the finish line. She could have easily gone much faster if this team desired it. Her dam is Coronation Time, who earned $26k in her career. She also posted a 13 flat clocking on March 1.

RACE  4 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#3 Winding Path – March 29  :12.9 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Inside Horse: Separate Interest filly is out of the $154,000 winner and All American Futurity finalist Crooked Path. She worked from the inside post when part of a four-horse set that was won by the two outside runners, BS Sweet Jess and Really Classic. Winding Path waiting quietly for the start, but then scrambled away while back bobbling into her stride. She was then crowded by her company on the inside, had little room to operate and faded in the final 50 yards. Light gallop out while going in :12.9. On March 9, she worked from the inside post when finishing far behind Poetic Miss in :12.6 vs. :13.2. Winding Path stood quietly in the gate, left okay, drifted inside and lost a lot of ground in the process. Once she leveled out, she had very little momentum, continued to lose ground and didn’t show much the rest of the way.

#5 Proud Of Him – April 7  :12.9 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Inside Horse: Colt by Fly Thru The Fire is from the family of champions Hawkinson, Hawkish and Flame N Flash. He worked from the inside post when going evenly with Don Carmello in :12.9 clockings. He was attentive at the start, broke in good form but was floated in by the hard inwardly breaking Don Carmello. He was moving his head from side to side as he was trying to move back into his racing lane but had little room to operate to his outside. He was under a big after the 1/16th pole and could have gone much faster with a little more room. Easy going gallop out from there. This was the 32nd fastest of 48 drills. On March 20, he worked from the outside post as part of a three-horse set that also featured the speedy Fastrak Eagle. Posting a time of :12.5 in this drill, Proud Of Him broke okay, trailed early but was under a hustling ride from his pilot. He was under a big hold in the second half of the drill as shown by his quick, short strides and then went under a big stranglehold after the wire. He posted the 8th fastest of 42 drills.

#6 Play Misty – March 17  :12.3 at 220 yards (SET #11)

Outside Horse: Filly by Jess Good Candy is out of the 2017 Grade 1 Los Alamitos Winter Derby winner Imaqtpie. She worked from the outside post when finishing ahead of Exploiter in :12.3 vs. :12.4. She hesitated just a tad leaving the gate, circled slightly to the outside, leveled out and from there began to come back to the inside. She ended crowding Exploiter before her rider grabbed a hold as she approached the wire. She finished under wraps, but she continued to want ground and wanted to go all out even in her gallop out.

RACE  5 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#1  Rr Fast Lew – March 29  :12.7 at 220 yards (SET #7)

Middle Horse: Out of the graded stakes placed mare Fast Prize Doll, this gelding by Super Derby winner Big Lew worked second from the rail as part of a four-horse set on March 29. He worked in :12.7 and finishing behind Bs Sweet Jess and Really Classic in this drill. Rr Fast Lew broke the cleanest out of the four in this set, but was bumped by his outside foes, knocking him towards the inside before he leveled out nicely and began to challenge his workmates. He was under a hustling ride throughout and just missed winning the drill while showing good professionalism after a solid gallop out. He also traveled evenly with Schemed in :12.7 from the outside post on March 17. RR Fast Lew was leaning on his right side when the gate opened, but he came away fast albeit toward the inside while having plenty of room to operate. He leveled out shortly after the gap, traveled under an easy-going ride and showed good speed the entire way while under very little urging from his rider. He solid during the early part of his gallop out before being slowed around the clubhouse turn. This was the 16th fastest of 37 drills.

#2 AJ Flawless – March 27  :12.5 at 220 yards (SET #2)

Inside Horse: Filly by Apollitical Jess is from the family of the stakes placed earner of $207k Corona Perfection. She worked from the inside post when finishing behind Relentless Suze in :12. 4 vs. :12.5. AJ Flawless broke in sharply, leveled out before crossing the gap and got rolling right away. She was tapped a couple of time left-handed and continued under a hustling ride, while finishing a ½ length behind Relentless Suze. Good gallop out from there and continued to show nice octane around the clubhouse turn.

#4 Born In The Blood – March 29  :12.2 at 220 yards (SET #12)

Outside Horse: Colt by Apollitical Blood is from the family of the AQHA champion aged mare Kool Kue Baby, who earned nearly $800,000 in her career. Born In The Blood worked from the outside post when part of a terrific four-horse training race on March 29. Her rivals included set winner Zoomin On Home and the filly Charlee Clair. From the outside post, Born In The Blood hopped lightly out of the gate, came in on Charlee Clair and was under a hustling ride right away. His rider was all out encouraging Born In The Blood through the lane and responded with a late rush to finish just ahead of Charlee Clair and showing a nice a gallop out. This matched the 3rd fastest of 54 drills. On March 13, He worked in between horses when finishing second here while behind the inside runner Koli in :12.5 vs. :12.7. Born In the Blood was slow out of the gate, moved inwardly early while under an eager ride. He leveled out after the gap, continued to be urged by his very active rider and responded with a solid finish while continuing with a good looking, long gallop out. He also worked in :13.5 on February 24. 

#5 So So Tempting – March 29 :12.4 at 220 yards (SET #5)

Inside Horse: Tempting Dash gelding worked from the inside post when part of a four-horse set in which he finished behind the fast flying Oh So Danjerous and Hey Wauss. So So Tempting left solidly and on par with the others before shifting in sharply after crossing the gap. He went all the way to the rail and had to be corrected by his rider, losing his momentum as he was under a grab crossing the wire. His gallop out was spent under a hold as he moved away from the rail. He also worked in between horses as part of a three-horse set on March 13 when finishing ahead of his rivals in :12.5.

His company included Saturday night entrant Rein In, who worked solidly from the outside post in :12.6. Out of the $84,000 earned and graded stakes

placed mare Send Candy Power, So So Tempting bobbled at the start, put his head down at the gap and then accelerated nicely into the lead. He was

under a hustling ride, was flagged right-handed once and responded with a solid burst to establish a clear lead before going under a big hold as he

crossed the wire. He was still full of run during his gallop out while posting the 3rd fastest of 21 drills.

#7 VGK Zigfield Follies – April 7  :12.9 at 220 yards (SET #10)

Outside Horse: Jess Good Candy filly is out of the graded stakes placed and $37,000 earner Zigfield Follies. Worked from the outside post vs. RF Brandi when covering the distance in :12.9. She stood tall in the gate, broke a bit slow but cleanly and looked solid while moving on a straight path early on. She started lugging in after the midway point, but she was far ahead of her workmate while under a hold. Cruised in her gallop out after posting the 32nd fastest of 48 works. On March 13, the gray dasher worked from the outside post when going evenly with the Favorite Cartel colt Americas Favorite in :12.9. VGK Zigfield Follies broke a little slow, angled out after the start and then shifted back inside. She looked green moving through the lane without blinkers, but had a good stride, good looks and outfinished her rival.

RACE  6 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#6 Exploiter – March 17  :12.4 at 220 yards (SET #11)

Inside Horse: Kiddy Up filly is out of the $36k earner Chickafirst. Her granddam is former PCQHRA Broodmare of the Year Chickasis. She worked from the inside post when finishing just behind Play Misty in :12.3 vs. :12.4. Exploiter was moving his head back before the start but came away nicely before shifting a bit to the inside. She was hustled by her rider, tapped once, but she was not able to hold off Play Misty in the final 75 yards but still finished strongly while under a strong hand-ride at the wire. She kept working hard in gallop out and looked great around the clubhouse turn.

#7 Eagleflash Corona – March 29  :12.4 at 220 yards (SET #3)

Middle Horse: Filly by First Moonflash is the from female family of the great Sizzlin Lil, the dam of the legendary Corona Chick. Eagleflash Corona was second from the rail when working as part of a four-horse set that included sharp workers Koli and My Budd. Eagleflash Corona stood quietly awaiting the start, broke cleanly but slowly into her stride and was under a hand ride early on. She lost ground while approaching the midway point and was not able to hold off her salty rival, Stalekracker, on the outside. Her time of :12.4 was the 18th fastest of 54.

On March 17, she worked from the inside post vs. Charlee Clair, finishing behind that sharp rival in :12.4 vs. :12.6. Eagleflash Corona was antsy before the start but came away cleanly and on a very straight path. She had Charlee Clair right on her shoulder but kept up to task, did lose ground but overall posted a solid effort. Strong gallop past the wire before turning it down a notch entering the turn. This was the 9th fastest of 37 drills.

RACE  7 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#1 Bs Sweet Jess – March 17 :12.6 at 220 yards (SET #7)

Middle Horse: One Sweet Jess colt is from the family of the multiple graded

stakes placed mare Imjumpn. BS Sweet Jess was third from the rail when part of this four-horse set in which he worked evenly with Really Classic to win the drill in :12.6. He was a handful while awaiting the start, pulling away from his handler causing him to break poorly and then getting pinballed at the start. He showed a lot of determination to fight back, hooking up with Really Classic and just missing winning the drill. He then looked solid during a long gallop out. On March 17, he worked from the inside post when trailing bullet drill runner Bull Market going in :12.6 vs. his :12.3. BS Sweet Jess broke slow but was still just ahead of Bull Market in the opening strides. He lost some momentum as he passed the gap while at the same time Bull Market took the lead. He was under a quiet ride from there, lost ground to his impressive looking rival and finished under a quiet ride while crossing the wire nearly two lengths behind his impressive foe.

#3 El Silencio JND – March 17  :12.6 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Outside Horse: Working from the inside post as part of a three-horse set, El Silencio JND was second in this drill only behind CD Favorite Lady, who went in :12.5 to El Silencio’s :12.6. He kept looking towards the inside but was facing straight ahead just as the gate opened. El Silencio broke slightly inwards, was rushed by his rider, tapped a couple of times, and finished solidly while continuing with a good gallop out around the clubhouse turn.

#6 Man Of Five – March 29 :12.6 at 220 yards (SET #5)

Outside Horse: Walk Thru Fire gelding worked from the outside post as part of a very impressive four-horse set on March 29. He finished behind his three workmates while in :12.6. Man Of Five was leaning to his right, broke awkwardly and scrambled away from the gate, trailing the others right away. He was under some early hustle but after the gap was not pushed too hard as he was several lengths behind the others. He worked from the inside post when finishing behind the Corona Cartel filly Oh So Danjerous in :12.3 vs. :12.5 on March 13. Man Of Five was rocking his head back before settling nicely right before the gate opened. He was slow leaving the gate but came away cleanly and on a straight path. He was under a hand-ride early on but couldn’t keep up with the strongly built filly, as he lost ground in the second half the work while continuing under a hand-ride to the wire. His work equaled the 3rd fastest of 21 drills. His granddam is the Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity winner Daring Difference, who earned $329,000 and also finished second in the Grade 1 Remington Park Futurity.

RACE  8 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#1 La Peralta – March 17  :12.7 at 220 yards (SET #3)

Outside Horse: Filly by Docs Best Card is out of the Bitterroot Futurity finalist Stuckonafeeling. She worked evenly from the outside with Stay Together when they both went in :12.7. La Peralta was like a statue in the gate before the start, but she hesitated when the gate opened, broke sluggishly, and moved slightly inwards. She sneakily began to pick up speed and by the halfway point she was in full stride, using her larger size to catch Stay Together as she finished narrowly ahead of her. She was under a big hold after the wire and was slowed around the clubhouse turn. 

#4 Miss PYC Too You – April 7  :12.6 at 220 yards (SET #25)

Inside Horse: Filly by Champion of Champions winner Mr PYC To You worked from the inside post as part of a three-horse set when finishing only behind BV Corona On Fire in :12.6 vs. :12.5. Miss PYC Too You broke nicely, went as straight as Robin Hood’s arrow and dueled gamely to the wire when finishing behind her workmate. Remained determined in gallop out, showing good energy around the turn. 

#6 Favorite Princess – March 29  :12.4 at 220 yards (SET #12)

Inside Horse: Favorite Cartel filly is out of the $36,000 winner Apollitical Dasher.  She worked from the inside post when part of a four-horse set led by Zoomin On Home. She trailed her three talented rivals in this work while still posting a very good :12.4 clocking. Her workmates were among the morning’s fastest workers. Favorite Princess was leaning back when gate opened and then hesitated before getting bumped by Zoomin On Home. She was under some urging by her rider, but she was not able to keep up with the other rockets in this work, finishing under a less strenuous ride and then traveling quietly in her gallop out. Her time was the 18th fastest of 54. On March 1, she worked from the inside post as part of a three-horse set that included recent runner-up finisher Set The Edge. This set also included the highly regarded Char Donae. All three of these workers traveled in :12.4 clockings. From the inside, Favorite Princess broke hard but bumped the side of her gate door leaving. She was hustled hard early on, had a noticeable lead past the gap, before fading a little bit late but still galloped strongly. Things got a little crowded between the three of them around the turn and remember this was a star heavy trio. Favorite Princess was purchased for $90,000 at the Ruidoso Sale.

RACE  9 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#4  Zoomin On Home – March 29  :12.1 at 220 yards (SET #12)

Middle Horse: KVN Corona colt is a full brother to Grade 1 and Grade 2 futurity winner Political Rivalry. Zoomin On Home worked second from the rail when part of a four-horse training race on March 29. He was part of a top grouping that also included Charlee Clair and Born In the Blood. Zoomin On Home was fast out of the gate, drifted in right away and bumped his inside rival, Favorite Princess. He was under a hand-ride from there and responded with a quick stride and great rhythm to move ahead of his closest pursuers. He was a half-length ahead at the wire and continued with a strong gallop out before turning it down a notch around the turn. This was the 2nd fastest of 54 works. On February 28, he worked from the outside post when finishing ahead of My Budd in :12.4 vs. :12.5.  He was moving around a bit before breaking in to lightly brush into My Budd. His rider had to grab a hold at the gap, continued to pull on the reins through the midway point while helping Zoomin On Home straighten out. In the meantime, the colt displayed his talent as he moved ahead of his rival while maintaining the advantage the entire way. He showed good energy past the wire while still looking a bit green around the clubhouse turn. He finished with the 4th fastest of 15 works. He also posted a :12.5 gate drill on January 31.

#5 Stay Together – March 17  :12.7 at 220 yards (SET #3)

Inside Horse: Kiddy Up filly is out of the multiple graded stakes winner Forgive Him, the winner of the 2009 G2 Las Damas and 2008 G1 La Primera.  She worked from the inside post vs. La Peralta in matching times of :12.7. Stay Together broke in but then leveled out and held a slight advantage on La Peralta. She was hustled right away, continued under a hand-ride and was unable to hold off the late rush of La Peralta. She maintained a fast pace after the wire before slowing around the clubhouse turn.

#8 Really Classic – March 29  :12.6 at 220 yards (SET #7)

Outside Horse: Fly Thru The Fire filly worked from the outside post when winning a four-horse set in :12.6 on March 29. Her workmates included from the rail out Winding Path, Bs Sweet Jess and Rr Fast Lew. Really Classic lugged in sharply at the start, crashing into Bs Sweet Jess before straightening out at the gap. She was under a hustling ride from there, going head-to-head with two of her workmates and eventually crossing the wire first while continuing to show nice quickness after the wire before toning it down around the turn. On March 9, she also worked from the outside in :12.6 when going evenly with recent second place finisher Mysmerized. Really Classic slingshot her way out the gate, was even with Mysmerized early and was under a hand-ride as she continued challenging her workmate. You could see the jockey of Mysmerized taking a peek at Really Classic to gauge how much more he needed to push his ride. Near the wire Really Classic went under a hold and eventually cruised around the turn. This was the 7th fastest of 34 works.

 

RACE  10 – KINDERGARTEN FUTURITY TRIALS - 2-YEAR-OLDS – 300 YARDS

#1 Namgis Azoom – March 17  :12.8 at 220 yards (SET #17)

Outside Horse: Gelding by Kiss My Hocks is out of the Oklahoma-bred lightly raced mare Between The Line. He worked from the outside post when finishing behind his workmates in :12.8 while CD Favorite Lady won the drill in :12.5. Namgis Azoom took a slight hop in his second stride out of the gate, moving inwardly before having to check back out to avoid getting bumped by CD Favorite Lady. He trailed by daylight at that point, was in hand from there and finished okay before showing more in his gallop out.

#2 Fastrak Eagle – April 7 :12.5 at 220 yards (SET #24)

Solo Work: Colt by Fastrak Required is out of the unraced mare One Top Eagle.  Working solo on April 7, he posted the 5th fastest of 48 drills when going in :12.5. He came away cleanly, but it took him a few strides to get rolling. He hustled early, drifted in a bit but also began to pick up speed. He was under a hold from there as he approached the wire and then continued with a strong gallop out from there. On March 20, he worked in between horses when finishing ahead of Saturday entrant Proud Of Him in :12.3 vs. :12.5. Fastrak Eagle broke sharply, may have been brushed by his inside rival but it did not bother him as he opened a lead on his foes. He maintained a straight path, was under a hand-ride and looked strong in the final 50 yards to win clearly while continuing with a very good gallop out. This was the 2nd fastest of 42 works. 

#3 Bull Market – March 29  :12.1 at 220 yards (SET #6)

Solo Work: Full brother to the graded stakes placed filly Mornings With Maria, he worked solo when matching the 2nd fastest of 54 works on March 29. He was antsy in the gate and was leaning to his right when the gate opened, but he came away in a hurry and then gained momentum like a hot stock, accelerating like a flash and looking like a horse that Berkshire Hathaway would be happy to have. Bull Market looked tremendous every step of the way, impressing through the finish line while under a hold. The arrow kept pointing up even during his gallop out, as he continued to impress with every stride. Bull Market posted the fastest of 37 works on March 17 when working from the inside post vs. Bs Sweet Jess in :12.3 vs. :12.6. Bull Market broke a tad behind his companion but quicky caught up a couple of strides into the work. He was under a hustling ride early, took the lead after the gap and was sensational in the second half of the drill, easily winning the morning encounter by nearly two lengths. He was under wraps soon after the work, but he continued flashing power around the turn. He previously posted a :12.8 work on March 1.

 

#4 Relentless Suze – March 27  :12.4 at 220 yards (SET #2)

Outside Horse: Filly by Hes Relentless is out of the graded stakes placed mare Brown Eye Suze, who competed in five graded stakes races during her career. She worked from the outside post when finishing ahead of the Apollitical Jess filly AJ Flawless in :12.4 vs. :12.5. Relentless Suze stood nicely, broke sharply, drifted slightly in at around the midway point before being corrected once left-handed. She leveled out from there and looked sharp the rest of the way, maintained her good-looking pace during her entire gallop out.

#5 My Budd – March 29 :12.1 at 220 yards (SET #3)

Inside Horse: KVN Corona colt is out of the graded stakes placed mare

Budder Think Twice, who earned over $134k in her career. He recorded the second fastest of 54 works on March 29 when traveling from the inside post as part of a four-horse set. This work included the Apollitical Jess filly Koli, who matched My Budd’s :12.1 clocking in this set. Using a flipping halter for this work, My Budd was lightly tugging on the rope before the start. Once the gate opened, he was fast into his stride while breaking towards the inside. He was under a hold once he built some momentum and was eventually under wraps at the 1/16th while looking like he wanted to devour more ground. He was still well in hand after the wire and throughout his gallop out. He should be tough in his trial. On February 28, My Budd finished behind Zoomin On Home in this work when traveling from the inside post in :12.5 vs. :12.4. My Budd pulled back on the assistant starter right as the gate opened. He left slowly as a result and was brushed by Zoomin On Home. He floated in, was under a hand-ride but was unable

to keep up with his outside rival. He finished with good intent and galloped out okay. He had the 6th fastest of 15 works.

#6 Cubanita Secret – April 7  :12.7 at 220 yards (SET #26)

Outside Horse: Filly by Henoshersecret is out of the unraced dam Sheza Stormin Cartel. She worked from the outside post when finishing ahead of Getfiggywithit in :12.7 vs. :13.1. She broke in but leveled out a few strides and under a hold as she leveled out. Once she was a straight path, her rider asked for more and she responded by pulling away while going easily through the finish line. Good gallop out after the wire before slowing around the turn.

#8  Hey Wauss – March 29  :12.2 at 220 yards (SET #5)

Middle Horse: Ivory James gelding is out of the $148,000 winner and stakes placed runner Mary Me Anna. He worked third from the rail as part of a four-horse set when going evenly with Oh So Danjerous to win this drill in :12.2, the seventh fastest of 54 works. Hey Wauss was leaning to his right when the gate opened. He flew away from the gate, bobbled and then moved slightly inwards, crowding Oh So Danjerous. He then moved slightly out, was under a good hand ride and finished strongly while just behind his inside rival Oh So Danjerous. On March 17, he worked evenly with the Pyc Fun N Fancy gelding Fear N Fridays when they both went in :12.3 on March 17. Working from the outside post, Hey Wauss was a tad slow leaving, scrambling away from the gate and drifting in after the first 50 yards. He found his best stride after the 1/16th pole and even though he continued to float inside he looked full of run while under a strong hand-ride. He gave his rider a good arm workout of his own and the pilot tried to slow him down around the clubhouse turn. This was the fastest of 37 works on March 17. He also posted a solid :12.5 work on March 1. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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