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Get Stormy a Rising Turf Star

Get Stormy, a rapidly-rising turf star in the Tom Bush barn is expected to ship to Woodbine for a run in the Grade 2 King Edward, but if all goes according to plan will then look ahead to the Grade 2 Fourstardave at Saratoga Race course on August 1, Bush said Friday.

 

Get Stormy carries a five-race win streak dating back to July 29, 2009, when he won an allowance at Saratoga, one of two upstate turf victories last summer. 

 

No firm plans have been made for veteran New York-bred grass runner Banrock, who was most recently fifth in the Kingston Stakes at Belmont on May 30, but the 7-year-old gelding is preparing for his next start, which could come in allowance company at Belmont.

 

“He came out of the Kingston in great shape,” Bush said.  “He was just too close to the pace that day, but he’s carrying good weight and doing really well.” 

 

 

 

 

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