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Bizzy Caroline Loves Matt Winn Turf Course

Catesby Clay’s Bizzy Caroline will seek her third graded-stakes victory over the Matt Winn Turf Course when she breaks from the rail in Saturday’s $100,000-added Cardinal Handicap (GIII) at Churchill Downs.
 
A dark bay or brown daughter of Afleet Alex, Bizzy Caroline has a record of 3-1-0 from four lifetime starts on the grass at Churchill Downs. Her victories include the 2011 Regret (GIII), 2012 Early Times Mint Julep Handicap (GIII) and a seven-length romp in an allowance race.
 
“She ran really well in her last race at Churchill and we know she likes the ground there,” trainer Ken McPeek said. “She’s been real consistent at Churchill and it’s the main reason she’s running.”
 
Bizzy Caroline will enter the Cardinal off a sixth-place finish to Nahrain-GB in the Flower Bowl (GI) at Belmont Park. She was shipped to Lexington shortly after that effort.
 
“She’s doing super and has been training at Keeneland,” McPeek said. “She’ll ship over to Churchill the morning of the race.”
 
McPeek added that no plans have been made for Bizzy Caroline following the Cardinal.
 

 

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