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Kentucky Derby 2013 Workout Report: Flashback works 4f

Flashback with jockey JULIEN LEPAROUX up wins the 2013 running of the Robert B. Lewis Stakes at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California on February 02, 2013.
Kentucky Derby 2013
workouts for Monday, February 18

Today's Derby contender works featured a four furlong move from G2 Robert Lewis Stakes winner Flashback. The Bob Baffert runner is expected to make his next start in the G2 San Felipe at Santa Anita on March 9.  

(# is HRN Kentucky Derby 2013 Ranking)

#10 Flashback – 4f in :48.80 (15/48) at Santa Anita.

#13 Balance the Books - 4f breeze in :50.90 (46/54) at Palm Meadows.

#24 Noble Tune – 4f breeze in :50.90 (46/54) at Palm Meadows.

#150 Java's War - Breezed 5f in 1:01.37 (12/38) at Gulfstream.

 

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Traditionally most are finished with preps a good three weeks before, but of late, the Lexington has given late life to some late bloomers, BUT the group that can and the group that can't are fairly well known after the big Derby preps are over.
Of course things change. two weeks ago Flashback wouldve been the horse I picked if I had to pick a horse to win the derby. The next 4 weeks are going to change a heck of a lot of peoples minds and attitudes towards the 3 yr olds .
do'nt be too optimistic? Kentucky Derby is miles a way, so lot of things may happen in between times, sure Flashback is a very good bred, it does'nt mean that he is going to win the derby?
currently holding the number one of my top ten to win the derby.
not bad at all! very moderate fractions!
Flashback and Den’s Legacy, one-two finishers for Bob Baffert in the Grade II Robert B. Lewis Stakes on Feb. 2, worked in company on Santa Anita’s fast main track Monday morning, going four furlongs in 48.80 and 49.20, respectively. Regular rider Julien Leparoux was aboard the unbeaten Flashback, who is ticketed for the San Felipe Stakes on March 9, while Erick Lopez rode Den’s Legacy, who finished 6 ¼ lengths behind Flashback in the Lewis.

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