Photo: NYRA, Adam Coglianese
The Lumber Guy is
scheduled to breeze Monday morning for the first time since his 2 ¾-length
victory in the Grade 2 Jerome at Aqueduct Racetrack, after which his
connections will decide where Barry K. Schwartz’s homebred will make his
“The Peter Pan is still on the radar, and the Preakness is still
on the radar,” said trainer Mike Hushion. “After talking with Mr.
Schwartz, I would say the Peter Pan a little more so than the Preakness.
We’ll have to see how he works, and see who’s going where.”
The New York-bred Grand Slam colt has won three of his four career
starts, his only loss coming with a fifth-place finish behind Gemologist in the
Grade 1 Resorts World Casino New York City Wood Memorial.