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Kettle Corn Possible for Pacific Classic

San Diego Handicap third-place finisher Kettle Corn worked 7 furlongs in 1:24.60 under exercise rider Brian Pena and trainer John Sadler said the Pacific Classic remains a possibility for the 5-year-old son of Candy Ride.

“It was a good work and it’s all part of the process (for determining a next start),” Sadler said.

Del Mar Thoroughbred Club clockers had Kettle Corn in interim splits of :24.60, :49.40, and 1:02.20, meaning a final quarter in :22.80 seconds.

Sadler also reported that Lady of Shamrock came out of her victory in Saturday’s Grade I $300,000 Del Mar Oaks well and would start next in either the Rodeo Drive at Santa Anita or Queen Elizabeth II at Keeneland with the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf the ultimate goal.

 

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