A field of fourteen including two also-eligibles will line up for Saturday's Grade 2 Jenny Wiley at Keeneland and Zagora
is the tepid 3-1 morning line favorite.
French transplant Zagora rallied for the place behind Harmonious in her Keeneland US bow in the QE II last fall and missed by a neck in her graded Tampa Bay Downs return on March 12. Chad Brown's late runner reunites with Julien Leparoux and will have to weave her way through traffic. Gypsy's Warning
won two graded races last year including the Matriarch at Hollywood Park in November. Team Valor International's South African-bred filly makes her first start in more than four months for Graham Motion and must overcome an outer post. Her winning Matriarch pilot Joel Rosario strings along. Miss Keller
runs well fresh for Roger Attfield and looms a late running threat from the rail under John Velazquez. She will also need racing luck in this full field.
Team Block's Never Retreat
owns running style versatility and usually gives a good account of herself. Shaun Bridgmohan hops aboard and she is playable at 10-1 on the line.
Fantasia beat Never Retreat by a nose when last seen in October and Aviate rallied for the show behind Retreat
in her US bow in Florida on March 5. Both have fine connections in their corners and should be viewed as exotics threats at the very least.
Ron McAnally's Eclair De Lune
reunites with winning pilot Junior Alvarado but does her best work at Arlington Park and is not on top of her game presently. C. S. Silk
is capable of setting or pressing the pace and must avoid a wide journey from post 12 under Garrett Gomez.
Completing the field are Forest Uproar, Satans Quick Chick, Kiss Mine, Ice Mist, and also-eligibles Valli With A Vow and Spring Party