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From Peter Pan to Belmont

Kiaran McLaughlin has been saying for several weeks that Charitable Man is one of the most talented 3-year-olds in the country and he only needed some more seasoning to show it. On May 9 in the $200,000 Peter Pan (gr. II), the son of Lemon Drop Kid backed up his trainer's words, taking over at the top of the lane and powering to a 3 3/4-length score under Alan Garcia.

"We’ll talk with Mr. Warren about the possibility of the Belmont (gr. I, June 6). We’ll take a look and see how the Preakness goes. But he is definitely bred to get a mile and a half (Lemon Drop Kid won the Belmont in 1999) and he likes this track and he did it the right way today, so we’ll look at it."
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Loved the relentless stretch drive against some good ones. Great handling by Alan Garcia. Should be even better at 4
Very talented animal. Looking forward to seeing him continue on throughout the year!

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