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Jimmy Creed Gets Big Test at Santa Anita

Jimmy Creed, second to the promising Fed Biz in the El Cajon Stakes at Del Mar, is set to take on older rivals including Eclipse Award sprint king Amazombie in the Grade I Santa Anita Sprint Championship on Oct. 6.

“We’ll see how he stacks up in there,” said Hall of Fame trainer Richard Mandella of the 3-year-old chestnut colt owned by Spendthrift Farm. “It will be a test to see how good he is, but I’m confident, or I wouldn’t be trying him in there.”

Mandella added that Hirsch winner Champ Pegasus wouldn’t be ready for this year’s go on Sept. 30 (now named the John Henry Turf Championship). “He won’t be ready to run for a while,” Mandella said, “but I believe you’ll see him this meet.”

 

 

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