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No Concrete Plans for Royal Delta

Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott reported Sunday morning that Royal Delta emerged “just fine” after breezing on Saturday for the first time following her victory in the Grade 1 Alabama on August 20.

 

The 3-year-old filly went an easy half-mile in 51.64.

 

“We don’t have anything definite for her at this point,” said Mott. “We’ll go to Belmont , and she’ll be nominated for the Beldame [Grade 1, October 1].”

 

Mott added that Courageous Cat, who opened his 2011 campaign with a victory in the Grade 3 Poker at Belmont Park on June 10 and followed that with a win in the Grade 1 Shoemaker Mile at Hollywood Park a month later, would be pointed to the Woodbine Mile on September 18.

 

Courageous Cat worked seven furlongs in 1:25.66 on Saturday, also over the Oklahoma turf course.


 

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