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Clearly Now Joins Strong Holy Bull Lineup

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Up Hill Stable’s 3-year-old Clearly Now worked a sharp half-mile in 48 flat Saturday morning at Palm Meadows for trainer Brian Lynch and will test undefeated Eclipse champion Shanghai Bobby and other Kentucky Derby and Triple Crown hopefuls in Saturday’s $400,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park.

A Kentucky-bred son of Horse Greeley, Clearly Now won his first two starts sprinting at Woodbine in September and November last year and finished third in the $150,000 Display Stakes going 1 1/16 miles last out on Dec. 1. Clearly Now was a $30,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase.

“He showed ability from the start with his first two wins,” said Lynch Sunday morning. “I might have had him a little too fresh for his first start going a distance in the Display, but I think I learned a little bit about him that will help this time. This is the time of year (for a 3-year-old) you want to see what you have.”

 

 

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