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Gallagher Pair Drill for Ramser

Berg Bahn and Distinctive worked five furlongs in tandem this morning  for the $100,000 Harold Ramser Sr. Handicap next Sunday. The Grade III test for 3-year-old fillies will be run at one mile on turf.


Irish-bred Berg Bahn was clocked in 1:01.60, and English-bred Distinctive in 1:01.80 for trainer Paddy Gallagher. Both will be making their second United States starts after finishing sixth and ninth, respectively, in the Grade I Del Mar Oaks on August 21.


Three other Ramser probables also worked: Malibu Pier five furlongs in 1:00.60 on turf, and Timezone in 1:03.80 for five panels and Westwood Pride in 1:27.60 for seven furlongs on the main track.


Rafael Bejarano has taken a call on Malibu Pier for trainer Carla Gaines, while Alonso Quinonez will be aboard Westwood Pride for Kristin Mulhall.


Other probable starters from a lengthy list of nominations include It Tiz (Joel Rosario) and Conniption (Brice Blanc).

 

 

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