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Miz Ida Seeks Four-Bagger in Mrs. Revere

Bert, Elaine and Richard Klein’s Miz Ida will seek to record her fourth consecutive stakes victory in Saturday’s 22nd running of the $175,000-added Mrs. Revere (GII) at Churchill Downs. Since finishing seventh in the Edgewood on Kentucky Oaks Day, Miz Ida has scored wins in the Indiana Downs Distaff, Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf and Valley View (GIII).

 

“She’s doing really good right now,” trainer Steve Margolis said. “She’s been working good and everything has been really positive.


“I think we’ve learned something about her since the Edgewood. She was close to the pace and was a little rank in the Edgewood. All of her best races are when she comes from a little further behind. Since the Edgewood, she’s been dropping back and settling and making a run. That seems to be her style.”


Miz Ida, a 3-year-old filly by Proud Citizen, is out of the multiple stakes winner May Gator. On Thursday, May Gator’s 2-year-old by Sharp Humor Gator Zone will make her career debut in the seventh race at Churchill Downs. She also is owned by the Kleins and trained by Margolis. She will break from post 12 under Shaun Bridgmohan.


“She’s been training good and we’re looking forward to it,” Margolis said. “We’ve taken our time with her and she should give a good account of herself (Thursday). We didn’t get the most ideal post. I’d rather have the 12 than the one, but ideally, we’d like to have the six or seven.”


 

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