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Kentucky Derby 2013 Workout Report: Itsmyluckyday back to work

Itsmyluckyday with Elvis Trujillo up sets a new track record in winning the Holy Bull (G3) at Gulfstream Park. Hallandale Beach Florida. 01-26-2013
Kentucky Derby 2013
workouts for Saturday, February 23

Today's Derby contender works featured a four furlong breeze from G3 Holy Bull Stakes winner Itsmyluckyday. The Eddie Plesa Jr. runner is expected to make his next start in the G1 Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park on March 30.  

(# is HRN Kentucky Derby 2013 Ranking)

#9 Itsmyluckyday – Breezed 4f in :48.80 (3/55) at Calder.

#19 Dynamic Sky - 5f bullet in 1:00.49 (1/15) at Palm Meadows.

#40 Whiskey Romeo – Breezed 4f in :50.03 (40/54) at Palm Meadows.

#148 Get Happy Mister - 4f breeze in :50.60 (27/73) at Oaklawn Park. 

Feb 22 works


#3 Goldencents - 6f bullet in 1:10.40 (1/19) at Santa Anita. 

Feb 21 works

#122 Pataky Kid - 5f breeze in 1:02.20 (4/9) at Tampa Bay.


 

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Itsmyluckyday worked 4f in 48 4/5 Saturday morning at Calder for trainer Eddie Plesa, Jr., his first move since winning the Holy Bull. "It was exactly what I was looking for,” said Plesa later in the morning. “I got him galloping out (five furlongs) in 1:01. He’s right on schedule. He’ll probably work about every seven days, although I might change it up on him one of those times with an easy mile work. I haven’t decided.”

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