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Prioress Next for Franny Freud

Trainer John Terranova reported that Franny Freud, winner of three straight, continues to do “wonderfully” as she prepares for her next engagement, the Grade 1 Prioress at Belmont on July 4.

 

“She worked really well Tuesday morning [a bullet 59.06] and she’s doing great,” said Terranova of the New York-bred daughter of Freud, who is owned by Paul Pompa, Jr.

 

First or second in all but one of her 10 starts, Franny Freud most recently defeated colts in the New York Stallion Stakes on May 26 going seven furlongs on the turf.

 

Terranova also said that Wall Street Wonder, who won the Paumonok and Grade 3 Toboggan to kick off his 2010 campaign, is coming along nicely. In his most recent start, the 4-year-old colt finished 12th in the Grade 2 Churchill Downs Stakes on Derby Day.

 

“That’s a race I put a line through, he didn’t like the mud at Churchill Downs,” said Terranova, who trains the son of City Place for Stetson Stables. “He had a bit of a respiratory infection before the True North, but now, we’re getting him back in the groove.”

 

The next major objective for Wall Street Wonder will be the Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt at Saratoga on August 8, said the trainer.

 

 

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