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Take Charge Indy Points to Breeders' Futurity

Chuck and Maribeth Sandford and Secure Investments’ Take Charge Indy, beaten a length for the win when runner-up in Saturday’s Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity but easily second best, was doing well Sunday morning, according to trainer Patrick Byrne.

 

“(Take Charge Indy) came out of the race yesterday in super shape,” Byrne said, speaking over the phone during training hours Sunday morning.  “He ran a little green, but he ate up good last night and he’s doing super good today.  We’re going to point him to the (Grade I Breeders’) Futurity at Keeneland for his next start.

 

“I can’t wait to see how he runs when we put the blinkers on him next time,” concluded Byrne.  “He’s got a lot of talent.”

 

 

 

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He ran a good race at Arlington.I can't wat to see hm with the binkers on !

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