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Peter Pan Field Coming Together

In addition to Mark Valeski and possibly The Lumber Guy, the field for the Peter Pan is likely to include Good Morning Diva and Big Screen, first and second in the Calder Derby on April 14; Hakama, third in the Grade 3 Illinois Derby last time out; Le Bernardin, who has won two of his three starts, most recently taking a first-level allowance at Aqueduct on April 7; Right to Vote, who was third in the Grade 1 Champagne last fall and returned to win an optional claimer at Gulfstream Park on March 24; Stirred Up, third in the Jerome, and Street Life, the Wood Memorial sixth-place finisher who turned in a 1:02.97 five-furlong breeze on the Belmont main track on Sunday.


Deciding between the Peter Pan and the May 19 Preakness are Tiger Walk, fourth in the Wood last time out, and Zetterholm, winner of three straight at Aqueduct including the Patsyprospect overnight stakes on April 6.


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