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Incognito Remains Under Consideration for Belmont Stakes 2013

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Darley Stable’s Incognito worked a half-mile in 50.01 Monday morning and remains under consideration for Belmont Stakes 2013.

 

“He worked well, and Jimmy Bell [President of Darley America] was here, so we’re going to talk about it in the next day or two and see if we give it a shot,” said trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. “The main reason we’re even talking about it is that he truly wants a mile and a half and you don’t get many opportunities.”

 

Also on Monday, trainer Chad Brown proclaimed Peter Pan runner-up Saint Vigeur “doubtful” for the Belmont Stakes after the Smart Strike colt developed a quarter crack.

 

“Number one, he popped a quarter crack, so first and foremost I have to get that addressed,” Brown said. “Number two, we were always kind of on the fence anyway. We like the horse, we think he’s a nice horse and he ran good [when second] in the Peter Pan, but I don’t know if he’s quite ready for a Grade 1. Those factors and the quarter crack kind of made our decision for us. I’d say I’m 90 percent sure I’m not going to run.”

 


 

 

 

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