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A Stroll at Hollywood Park For Majestic City in Proctor (Video)

It was déjà vu all over again for Majestic City, making his stakes debut in the $70,000 Willard L. Proctor Memorial look as easy as his maiden breaking victory three weeks prior at Hollywood Park.


Sent off as the 1-to-5 favorite in the short field of five, the son of City Zip cruised to an easy lead and strolled home by over three lengths while covering the five and a half furlongs in 1:04 flat with David Flores aboard.


Majestic City earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 84, two points lower than his debut.


“You think you want to be the favorite, and you do, but at the same time if he runs off the board I’m sneaking out of here quick,” said trainer Peter Miller. “He ran about the same as he ran the first time. Just doing what David’s asking him to do.”


In pushing his career record to a perfect 2-for-2, Majestic City has earnings of $75,570, already recouping almost half of the $180,000 that owner Majestic Racing Stable paid for him on the advice of bloodstock consultant Nick Hines at the OBS sale in March.


“He’s very good. The way he trains, he just does everything very easily,” said Miller. “He’s never been outworked, never had a bad day. He seems to have more in the tank, so we’ll hope so.”


The next step is the $100,000 Hollywood Juvenile Championship (Grade III) run over six furlongs on July 17.


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Should be interesting. After a long drought on turf, Baffert has won his last two on the lawn. It's a nice stakes race for a Friday night.
What do you think about Midnight Interlude trying the turf?

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