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Sir Beaufort Next for Comma to the Top

Joe Talamo has been named to ride Comma to the Top in the Grade II, $150,000 Sir Beaufort Stakes at Santa Anita on opening day. It marks the return to turf for the Florida-bred son of Bwana Charlie, who won his only previous grass start in the Grade III Generous Stakes on Nov. 27 last year.


Comma to the Top, second in the Grade I Santa Anita Derby last year, also had been nominated to the Malibu Stakes by trainer Peter Miller. Talamo guided Comma to the Top to a 3 ¼-length victory in a seven furlong allowance race on Hollywood Park’s Cushion Track on Dec. 11, his first ride aboard the bay gelding.


Probable for the Sir Beaufort: Comma to the Top, Talamo; Irish Art, Rafael Bejarano; Joes Blazing Aaron, no rider; Mr. Commons, Mike Smith; Northern Causeway, no rider; Pathfork, no rider; Thirtyfirststreet, no rider; and Venomous, no rider. Entries for Santa Anita’s opening day card will be taken on Wednesday.

 

 

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