who had a neck in front of Justin Phillip
at the finish line in the Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt on August 5 at Saratoga,
will look to prove his 26-1 victory was no fluke as he joins the field of
sprinters likely to run in the Grade 1, $400,000 Vosburgh Invitational.
Probable to join those two for the six-furlong race are Sean Avery, the 2011 Vanderbilt winner who
returned from a 13-month layoff to win the Affiliate overnight stakes on
September 8 at Belmont; Affiliate runner-up Zero
Rate Policy; Royal Currier,
third as the beaten favorite in the Affiliate, and Little Drama, a half-brother to 2010 Sprint champion Big Drama
who is making his Grade 1 debut.
winner of 2010’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile Handicap who was third in the Grade 1
Forego; Hamazing Destiny, who was
fourth in the Vanderbilt and then second in the Forego, and Trickmeister, who was fourth in the Grade 1
Woodward, are questionable.