Winchell Thoroughbreds' UNTAPABLE
visited the starting gate and then
galloped Wednesday morning under Angel Garcia at Churchill Downs in
preparation for the May 2 $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI).
Untapable is trained by Steve Asmussen, who saddled Summerly to win
the 2005 Oaks. Rosie Napravnik, who won the 2012 Kentucky Oaks on
Believe You Can, has the mount on Untapable.SUGAR SHOCK
(No. 2) -
On Clud Nine LLC's Sugar Shock galloped 1 ½ miles under exercise rider
Seth VanDyke after the renovation break.
Trained by Doug Anderson, Sugar Shock is scheduled to work Friday with Calvin Borel up.FASHION
(No. 3) - Arnold Zetcher and Michael Tabor's Fashion Plate,
winner of the Las Virgenes (GI) and Santa Anita Oaks (GI) in her two
most recent starts, is scheduled to work Saturday morning at Santa Anita
according to trainer Simon Callaghan.
Fashion Plate is scheduled to fly to Louisville on Monday.IN
(tie-No. 4)/MY MISS SOPHIA
(tie-No. 4)/GOT LUCKY
(No. 8) -
Wertheimer and Frere's In Tune made her first appearance on the track at
Churchill Downs, galloping under Ovel Merida after the renovation
In Tune, who is undefeated in three starts that
includes a victory in the Gulfstream Park Oaks (GII), arrived at
Churchill Downs Tuesday afternoon as part of a continent of horses
trained by Todd Pletcher.
Pletcher's other Oaks
considerations, Mathis Stable's My Miss Sophia and Hill 'n' Dale Equine
Holdings and Philip Steinberg's Got Lucky, galloped with Humberto Zamora
and Amy Mulen aboard, respectively.
Rider assignments for the Oaks are to be determined.ROSALIND
(No. 6) - Landaluce Educe Stables' Rosalind, dead-heat-winner of the
Ashland Stakes (GI), galloped under exercise rider Danny Ramsey for
trainer Kenny McPeek after the renovation break.
McPeek plans to work Rosalind on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, depending on weather.ROOM
(No. 7)/AURELIA'S BELLE
(No. 9) - Gary and Mary West's Room
Service and James Miller's Aurelia's Belle galloped after the renovation
break with exercise rider Calamity Compton handling the duties on both.RIA
(No. 10) - Christopher Dunn and Loooch Racing Stable's Ria
Antonia worked five furlongs in 1:00.60 with Rosie Napravnik aboard
before the morning renovation break at Churchill Downs.
on her own, Ria Antonia posted fractions of :12.80, :24.60 and :48.20
with a six-furlong gallop out time 1:14.80. The move was the third
fastest of 15 at the distance.
"I was happy with the work,"
trainer Bob Baffert said of Ria Antonia, who arrived here Monday from
Southern California. "She went really nice and moved well over the
Mike Smith, who rode Princess of Sylmar to victory in the 2013 Oaks, has the mount.KISS
(No. 11) - Carl Pollard's Kiss Moon returned to the track for the
first time since working five furlongs in 1:00.60 on Monday. Kiss Moon
galloped after the break under Otto Thorwarth for trainer David Vance.FIFTYSHADESOFGOLD
(No. 12) - The Estate of Clarence Scharbauer Jr.'s Fiftyshadesofgold, a
candidate for the Oaks or the Eight Belles (GIII) on May 2, galloped
two miles before the renovation break under Sara Escudero.
Trained by Bret Calhoun, Fiftyshadesofgold is scheduled to work Friday.UNBRIDLED
(No. 13) -- Charles Fipke's Unbridled Forever galloped after
the renovation break under exercise rider Pedro Velez for trainer Dallas
Robby Albarado has the Oaks mount.SWEET
(No. 14) - Treadway Racing Stable's Sweet Reason remains under
consideration for a possible start in the Kentucky Oaks but trainer Leah
Gyarmati said no decision has been made on the filly who is training at
Belmont Park.THANK YOU MARYLOU
(No. 15) - Ken and Sarah
Ramsey's Thank You Marylou, who has run exclusively in stakes in her
four-race career for trainer Mike Maker, galloped under Joel Barrientos a
little after 6 o'clock.EMPRESS OF MIDWAY
(No. 16) - Daniel
Kramer's Empress of Midway, galloped after the renovation break with
Humberto Gomez aboard for trainer Doug O'Neill.