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Noble Moon, Sweet Reason Breeze

Treadway Racing Stable's Noble Moon, a possible starter in the TwinSpires.com Wood Memorial, and Sweet Reason, bound for the Grade 2, $300,000 Gazelle on the Wood undercard, had their final serious preparations for next Saturday's races this morning over a fast Belmont Park training track.

 

The duo went out together, with NYRA clockers catching Sweet Reason in 1:14.47 for six furlongs and crediting Noble Moon with a one-mile move in 1:45.43.

 

"Sweet Reason remains on schedule for the Gazelle, and we're going to wait to see how Noble Moon comes out of his work before we make a decision on the Wood," said Gyarmati. "I was happy with the way they went, and the way he galloped out. If he's tearing apart the stall in a day or two, we'll take a shot. If not, we'll wait."

 

Sweet Reason, a winner of three of five starts including the Grade 1 Spinaway, made a successful 2014 debut on March 14, taking a one-mile optional claimer by a half-length. Noble Moon, a two-length winner of the Grade 2 Jerome, broke his maiden in front-running style on September 14 at Belmont and rallied from 12th to finish third behind winner Cairo Prince and Financial Mogul in the Grade 2 Nashua on November 13 at the Big A.

 

 

 

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