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Kentucky Derby Bullet for Stay Thirsty

Stay Thirsty wins 2011 Gotham Stakes.

Kentucky Derby contender 

workouts for today (Sunday, April 24) 

(with HRN Derby rankings):

 

Today's Derby contender works included a five furlong bullet from Gotham Stakes hero Stay Thirsty. Calvin Borel was aboard and he worked in company with Bridgetown. Mucho Macho Man also breezed at Churchill Downs on Easter Sunday.  

 

#5 Mucho Macho Man – Breezed 7f in 1:29.20 at Churchill Downs.

#43 Stay Thirsty – 5f bullet in 1:00 (1/19) at Churchill Downs.

 

     [Do you think Mucho Macho Man is a legitimate threat on the first Saturday in May? Can Stay Thirsty rebound under the Twin Spires? Log in and rank your 2011 Kentucky Derby contenders!]

 

Other April 24 Works:

 

Bind (#26) breezed 5f in 1:03.40 (21/22) at Keeneland. Travelin Man (#75) worked 4f in :48 (3/14) at Churchill Downs in advance of the Derby Trial. Runflatout (#101) went 6f in 1:14.60 (6/10) at Hollywood Park.   

 

Notes:

 

Decisive Moment, Midnight Interlude, and Santiva galloped at Churchill Downs on Sunday. Mucho Macho Man galloped out a mile in 1:43.98. He is expected to work five furlongs next Sunday. Patrick Valenzuela will ride Comma To The Top in the Derby. Jaycito will not run in the Kentucky Derby. 


 

 

 

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