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Proviso Eyes Ballston Spa

Yesterday’s Grade 1 Diana winner Proviso exited her narrow victory in good order, trainer Bill Mott reported Sunday morning.

 

In the Diana, the Juddmonte Farms homebred stalked a modest pace and held off multiple challengers to prevail by a head and earn her third consecutive Grade 1 win, and her Hall of Fame conditioner was quick to praise the 5-year-old mare for her performance.

 

“It was a good effort,” said Mott. “[Her versatility] makes it easier when you enter and the race comes up a particular way. She was a little rank, but not too bad. When they’re going that slowly, they’re apt to be a little rank.”

 

Mott said he was considering a number of options for Proviso’s next start, including the Grade 2 Ballston Spa on Travers Day, Saturday, August 28.

 

 

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