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Inside Information Quotes

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INSIDE INFORMATION

 

Eddie Kenneally (Warbling) – “I’ve thought she was special from the beginning. Her two races last year in Kentucky were very good and I was looking forward to this winter here. She didn’t break well last time, but she was sharp today, although I really didn’t think she would be on the lead. There are races for her ahead doing what she’s been doing and the Grade 1 Humana on Derby Day at Churchill is a goal. As long as there are good races for her going one turn we’ll keep her doing that, but maybe down the line try and stretch her out.”

 

Julien Leparoux (jockey, Warbling, 1st) – “It wasn’t the plan to be on the lead, but she broke very sharp and was comfortable in front. And as long as she was comfortable, I was happy. She went fast, but actually it felt like I was just cruising along very nicely, and when I asked her she just broke again and she finished very well. I feel like seven furlongs is a good distance for her. Maybe something longer in the future, but right now seven furlongs is best for her.”

 

Alan Garcia (jockey, Tar Heel Mom, 2nd) – “I have no excuses. My filly ran a good race, and she was second best. The winner just got away from us.” 

 

 


 

 

 


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