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Dubawi Heights Keeps Getting Better

Neville Callaghan, Clodagh McStay, Michael Magnier and Annabel Wyatt’s Dubawi Heights will make the Beverly D. Stakes her first start since the Grade I Gamely at Hollywood Park in late May. 

 

Exercise rider Max Chaussee traveled with the 4-year-old daughter of Dubawi for trainer Simon Callaghan. 

 

“She just keeps improving,” Chaussee said.  “She had a tough race last time so we gave her a bit of a break.” 

 

On paper, Dubawi Heights looks like a pace presence in the race, but Chaussee suggested the filly is versatile, “If she ends up making the pace, everyone else better prepare to go slow.”

 

 

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