Despite a couple of concerns, Rick Dutrow Jr. is confident that with Boys At Tosconova he has a horse that will be a leading contender Kentucky Derby (gr. I) contender by the time May 7, 2011 rolls around.
Though not blessed with the ideal 10-furlong pedigree, Dutrow is not
troubled about Boys at Tosconova's ability to get the distance. And even
though he admits that Uncle Mo, who squashed Boys At Tosconova by more
than four lengths in the Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) last
month, is better right now, he is optimistic that time will help close
the gap between the two rivals.
Neither of those two things bothers Dutrow right now. According to
him, the thing that concerns him most is the dirt at Churchill Downs...