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Kentucky Derby 2012 Workout Report March 23 - Bodemeister works 4f

Kentucky Derby 2012 
workouts for Friday, March 23 

Today's Derby contender works featured a four furlong move from G2 San Felipe runner-up Bodemeister. The Bob Baffert trainee goes next in The G1 Santa Anita Derby on April 7 or the G1 Arkansas Derby on April 14.  



(# is HRN Kentucky Derby 2012 Ranking)

 

#10 Bodemeister - 4f in :46.80 (2/41) at Santa Anita Park.

#17 My Adonis - 5f in 1:00.75 (2/20) at Belmont Park (training track). 

#41 State of Play - 5f breeze in 1:02 (5/13) at Fair Hill. 

 
 
     {Keep up with the latest Kentucky Derby 2012 trail workouts}

 

Other March 23 Works:

 

Longview Drive worked 7f in 1:27.80 (1/4) at Hollywood Park on Friday. Friscan, 4th in the Miracle Wood Stakes last out, breezed 4f in :53.60 (1/13) from the gate at Aiken. Monastic, 3rd in his allowance comeback at Tampa Bay Downs on March 10, breezed 4f in :52 (19/21) on Thursday.    

 

Notes:

 

Baffert on Bodemeister's work: “When Bodemeister broke off, there must have been 10 horses breaking off at the same time. He (jockey Martin Garcia) got him behind and the horse came back filthy dirty but he was fine. He couldn’t have had a better work schooling today with the dirt hitting him.” 

   


 


 

 

 

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