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Suwannee River Quotes

Gulfstream Park
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Chad Brown (trainer, Tottie) – “She came to me in September on a recommendation from James Delahooke (bloodstock agent). The owner, Mr. (J.H.) Richmond-Watson from England said to take whatever time you think she needs. She had a bad first month here before she began to acclimate and the extra time has paid off. I was a little concerned that there wasn’t much pace up front today. She has the one big run, but Jose (Lezcano) made a decision earlier in the race than she normally would, and it was a decision that I think won the race for her. I think middle distances, a mile to a mile-and-an-eighth, are her best. There are plenty of opportunities for her later on.”  


Jose Lezcano (jockey, Tottie, 1st) – “The plan was to come from behind, but when she broke, she broke right on top and I didn’t want to take her back. She was sharp and I took her right to the rail to get my position, and when I asked her she gave me a big kick. She is a very nice filly.”

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