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Boynton Beach Stakes Quotes

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Boynton Beach Quotes

 

Stanley Hough (Sea Road) – “It’s been a good day (Hough-trained 5-year-old mare Tar Heel Mom won Aqueduct’s $150,000 Distaff Handicap (G2) a half-hour before the Boynton Beach). I stayed here with this filly. I’m not that good a shipper. She (Sea Road) runs her race every time – gives it her A-effort and has taken each step up in stride. We’ll get her back home (Belmont Park) and look around for the right spot.”

 

(Note: Sea Road’s co-owner and co-breeder Alex Rankin also bred and owns Tar Heel Mom, who placed in all three Graded stakes for fillies and mares at Gulfstream earlier this season.)

 

Joe Bravo (jockey, Sea Road, 1st) – “There was a very soft pace, but my filly was always giving me the confidence that at any time she could go and get the front runners. It was my first time on her, and she was giving me the feeling that whenever we wanted to, we’d go and get this. She was real push-button today.”

 

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