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Bob Baffert Gets Jaycito

Jaycito, the winner of the Grade 1 Norfolk Stakes at Hollywood Park in October and seventh in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Churchill Downs on Nov. 6, was transferred from trainer Mike Mitchell to Bob Baffert earlier this week, the trainers said on Wednesday.

Owned by Ahmad Zayat, Jaycito has one victory in four starts, and has earned $210,000. He is considered one of the top 2-year-old males in Southern California.

Jaycito moved to Baffert's stable on Monday. Wednesday, Baffert said he has no definite plans for Jaycito, but did not rule out a start in the $750,000 CashCall Futurity at Hollywood Park on Dec. 18.

"He needs a little freshening," Baffert said. "I'll know more in a week. He's not in training right now."

Mitchell said he no longer has any horses for Zayat. Read More

 

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AWESOME This colt will show us his stuff in 2011!
It's a shame that any time a trainer other than Baffert and Pletcher succeeds in training a good horse with potential, the owners slap that trainer in the face, and give the horse to Baffert and Pletcher.

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