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Breen Says Bern Identity Doing Well

Kelly Breen the trainer of Atomic Rain and West Side Bernie is pictured during the morning training for the 135th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on April 29, 2009 in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Trainer Kelly Breen confirmed that George and Lori Hall’s Bern Identity came out of his win in yesterday’s Grade 2 Sanford in good shape.

 

“He’s doing quite well,” reported Breen, a New Jersey-based trainer who added that he will be remaining in Saratoga Springs through Ruler On Ice’s expected start in a Wednesday optional claimer. After that time, Breen will be splitting time between Monmouth Park and Saratoga.

 

On Friday, Ruler On Ice posted his first workout at the Spa when he breezed five furlongs from the gate in 1:01.30. 

 

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