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King's Bishop for Cool Blue Red Hot?

Cool Blue Red Hot, who missed the Grade 2 Jim Dandy because of illness, could make his return to the races in Saturday’s Grade 1 Foxwoods King’s Bishop, trainer Angel Penna, Jr., said this morning.

 

Most recently third behind Dominus in the Grade 2 Dwyer on July 2, Cool Blue Red Hot has been working steadily toward a return, including Thursday’s five-furlong move in 1:00.14.

 

“He’s doing well,” said Penna, who trains Cool Blue Red Hot for Jim Bakke. “The King’s Bishop is a very, very tough race, but we are considering it.”

 

Cool Blue Red Hot, a dark bay son of Harlan’s Holiday , is 2-2-2 from seven starts.

 


 

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