Photo: NYRA, Adam Coglianese
Honor and Serve, an easy winner of the Grade 2 Nashua on November 6, will
attempt to double his stakes tally when he competes in the Grade 2 Remsen on
Live Oak Plantation representative has breezed once since the Remsen, drilling
three furlongs in 37.06 at Belmont
on Tuesday, and the son of Bernardini will have one more maintenance drill
prior to the Remsen.
breeze tomorrow if we get a good track,” said Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott.
“We can’t complain about his win in the Nashua,
and we hope two turns won’t be an issue in the Remsen. We have to experiment
with it and see how he does.”
Honor and Serve started twice prior to his Nashua victory, finishing second to
eventual Grade 3 Iroquois winner Astrology at Saratoga on August 4 and drawing
clear to a 8 ¾-length score in an off-the-turf maiden event at Belmont on