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Hofmans Impressed With J P's Gusto

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Trainer David Hofmans continues to be impressed with his juvenile star, J P's Gusto, as he trains toward the Grade I, $250,000 Del Mar Futurity.

 

"He had a nice work on Sunday [1:01.80 for 5 furlongs] and he'll work 6 furlongs on Saturday," the trainer said of his Best Pal Stakes winner. Following the Best Pal, Hofmans indicated there may be some distance limitations for the son of Successful Appeal out of a Caller I.D. mare, but he's reserving his opinion on that at this point.

 

"We'll see about his mind," the trainer said, adding that the ridgling has shown a keen perception of what he's supposed to do. 

 

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