Photo: Eclipse Sportswire - Steve Queen
(No. 1)/ EUPHROSYNE
(No. 8) - Gillian S. Campbell, Ralph
Staver, Shelly Staver, Dan Clark and Greg Skoda's Euphrosyne, listed as
"possible" for the Longines Kentucky Oaks, breezed five furlongs in the
company of a workmate in 1:02.20 Monday morning. Abel Flores was aboard
the daughter of Harlan's Holiday, who covered the distance in fractional
splits of :13, :25.80 and :38 and galloped out six furlongs in 1:16.
Euphrosyne was on the track with Asmussen's first set of horses.
Untapable, who had worked five furlongs on Sunday, walked on Monday.SUGAR SHOCK
(No. 2) - On Cloud Nine LLC's Sugar Shock was given the morning off by trainer Doug Anderson.
"She just walked today," said Anderson, whose string of 30 horses
is based at Prairie Meadows. "She had four hard races at Oaklawn."
A daughter of Candy Ride (ARG), Sugar Shock progressed from a
maiden score to an allowance winner and then finished first in the
Honeybee (GIII) but was disqualified before triumphing in the Fantasy
Anderson said Sugar Shock probably would work "an easy five-eighths" with new rider Calvin Borel scheduled to be aboard.AWESOME
(No. 4) / RIA ANTONIA
(No. 12) - Christopher Dunn and Loooch
Racing Stable's Ria Antonia was scheduled to arrive at Churchill Downs
Monday afternoon after a flight from Southern California for trainer Bob
Kaleem Shah's Awesome Baby was not on the Monday
flight. However, there are flights scheduled from California on Thursday
and next Monday.MY MISS SOPHIA
(tie-No. 5) / IN TUNE (tie-No.5)
/ GOT LUCKY
(No. 10) - Mathis Stable's My Miss Sophia and Hill 'n'
Dale Equine Holdings' Got Lucky both jogged after the morning renovation
break for trainer Todd Pletcher.
Humberto Zamora was aboard My Miss Sophia and Amy Mulen partnered Got Lucky.
Wertheimer and Frere's In Tune is scheduled to arrive at Churchill Downs on Tuesday.ROSALIND
(No. 7) - Landaluce Educe Stables' Rosalind, dead-heat winner of the
Ashland (GI) at Keeneland in her most recent start, was scheduled to
arrive at Churchill Downs early Monday afternoon.ROOM SERVICE
(No. 9) / AURELIA'S BELLE
(No. 11) - Gary and Mary West's Room Service
and James Miller's Aurelia's Belle galloped after the morning renovation
break with exercise rider Calamity Compton in the saddle first on Room
Service and then Aurelia's Belle.HOUSE RULES
- Trainer Allen
Jerkens said he "does not plan to come" to Churchill Downs for the
Kentucky Oaks with J.V. Shields Jr.'s House Rules.
House Rules had been No. 12 on the Kentucky Oaks leaderboard.KISS
(No. 13) - Carl Pollard's Kiss Moon worked five furlongs in
1:00.60 under Julien Leparoux after the morning renovation break for
trainer David Vance.
Working on her own and without the
blinkers she wore in the runner-up effort in the Fantasy (GIII), Kiss
Moon reeled off fractions of :12.20, :24.20 and :36.40 while galloping
out six furlongs in 1:13.80.
"She only ran two weeks ago and I
didn't want her to do too much," Vance said. "I was happy with the work
and probably will come back next Sunday for her last work before the
(No. 14) - The Estate of Clarence
Scharbauer's Fiftyshadesofgold galloped 1 ½ miles before 7 o'clock
Monday morning under exercise rider Sara Escudero for trainer Bret
Fiftyshadesofgold is scheduled to work Friday.UNBRIDLED
(No. 15) - Charles Fipke's Unbridled Forever, galloped after
the renovation break under exercise rider Pedro Velez for trainer
Dallas Stewart.SWEET REASON
(No. 16) - Treadway Racing Stable's
Sweet Reason has not been ruled out of the Kentucky Oaks picture that
would require a couple of defections to land a spot in the starting
"I am probably leaning in a different direction because I
didn't think there was a possibility of getting in," trainer Leah
Gyarmati said of Sweet Reason, who is at Belmont Park. "I would not rule
it out now if there is a chance."THANK YOU MARYLOU
(No. 17) -
Ken and Sarah Ramsey's Thank You Marylou galloped at the nearby
Trackside Training Center for trainer Mike Maker.