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Blind Luck Targets Hollywood Oaks

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Blind Luck, winner of the Kentucky Oaks in her last start on April 30 at Churchill Downs, will return in the $150,000 Hollywood Oaks on June 6, trainer and co-owner Jerry Hollendorfer said here Sunday.


“She had a nice work in 59 and four here Friday,” said Hollendorfer. “The Hollywood Oaks is next.” The Grade II Hollywood Oaks is at 1 1/16 miles on Cushion Track.


A multiple stakes winner who solidified her claim to the rank of the nation’s top 3-year-old filly with the victory in Kentucky, Blind Luck won the Grade I Hollywood Starlet here last December.


Trainer John Sadler said that Crisp would also make her next start in the Hollywood Oaks after the filly worked four furlongs in 47.60 seconds Sunday. Crisp upset Blind Luck to win the Santa Anita Oaks but was unplaced in the Kentucky Oaks.

 

 

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