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Bayern Returns to Work Tab for Baffert

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Photo: Benoit Photos
Bayern, unbeaten in two starts including a 15-length allowance win at one mile on Feb. 13, worked four furlongs in company Thursday morning under Gary Stevens in 47.40. Stablemate Superlooper was timed in 48 flat.

“He went nice,” Bob Baffert said of the Kentucky-bred son of Offlee Wild owned by Kaleem Shah. “He sat behind a horse, he relaxed nice.”

Asked whether Bayern might run in either the Santa Anita Derby on April 5 or the Arkansas Derby on April 12, Baffert said, “I don’t know yet.”

In other news on the 3-year-old front:

John Sadler said San Vicente winner Kobe’s Back returned from his eventful escapade in Saturday’s Rebel Stakes in good shape, “but we don’t have a plan yet” for his next race. “He went back to the track today.”

 

 

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