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Out of Bounds Eyes San Felipe Stakes

Out of Bounds by Discreet Cat breaks his maiden under Rafael Bejarano at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA. December 03, 2011

Out of Bounds, a 10-1 longshot that upset 1-2 favorite Secret Circle in Saturday’s Sham Stakes, likely will make his next start on the Triple Crown trail in the Grade II, $300,000 San Felipe Stakes at 1 1/16 miles on March 10.


“He’ll probably come back in the San Felipe,” trainer Eoin Harty said Sunday morning. “He came out of the race well and everything looks good right now.”


Out of Bounds, an over-sized colt by Discreet Cat who is out of 2007 Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Unbridled Elaine and is owned by Darley Stable, rallied from fourth at the half-mile marker in the Sham field of five to wear down previously unbeaten Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint winner Secret Circle by a half-length under Garrett Gomez, who was winning his sixth stakes race of the meet, the last four in a row.


Bob Baffert said Secret Circle “looks good” Sunday morning but mentioned no race for the colt’s next start. “They ran pretty fast,” said the Hall of Fame trainer who turns 59 on Jan. 13. “He didn’t accomplish a lot but he ran good. He just got beat.


“He did all the dirty work (prompting the pace in second place and then leading until deep stretch in the one mile Sham). I’m not ruling out two turns for his next race, but we’ll see how much this takes out of him.”

 

 

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