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Caracortado Stays On Turf in Del Mar Mile

Caracortado captures the 2010 Robert B. Lewis Stakes at Santa Anita

Trainer Mike Machowsky said Caracortado, entered in Saturday’s $200,000, Grade II Del Mar Mile on turf and Sunday’s Grade I, $250,000 Pat O’Brien Stakes at 7 furlongs on the main track, will go in the Mile.


“I wanted to see the options, and he’s good at a mile and on the grass, so it was the best,” Machowsky said.


The Del Mar Mile goes as the eighth of nine races on the Saturday card and drew a field of six that also includes 2010 Del Mar Handicap winner Champ Pegasus, 2011 Oceanside Stakes winner Mr. Commons, Wickerr Handicap 1-3 finishers  Calimonco and Victory Pete and Northern California invader Our Nautique.

 

 

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