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Bob Baffert

Bob Baffert entered three Triple Crown hopefuls in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs: maiden winners Belvin, Shakin It Up and War Academy.

“Belvin and Shakin It Up broke their maidens here,” the Hall of Fame trainer said. “The horses haven’t run in a while but they’re all doing well and they’ve worked well. There weren’t any allowance races, so I went here.”

The San Vicente field: Belvin, Rafael Bejarano; Shakin It Up, David Flores; War Academy, Martin Garcia; Caballo Del Cielo, Corey Nakatani; Mudflats, Edwin Maldonado; and Treasury Bill, Joe Talamo

 

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