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Today's Kentucky Derby Contender Works (3-21-11)

11 27 2010: To Honor and Serve with John Velazquezup win the 97th running of the Grade II Remsen for 2-year olds, at 1 1/8 miles, Aqueduct Racetrack, Jamaica, NY. Trainer William Mott. Owners Live Oak Plantation.

Kentucky Derby contender 

workouts for today (Monday, March 21) 

(with HRN Derby rankings):

 

Today's Derby contender works included a five furlong breeze from Florida Derby hopeful To Honor And Serve. That was his third morning move since finishing a well-beaten 3rd in the Fountain of Youth Stakes. A handful of horses entered in the Louisiana Derby were also on the Monday worktab.  

 

#6 Crimson China – 5f turf bullet in 1:03.80 (1/9) at Palm Meadows.

#12 To Honor And Serve – Breezed 5f in 1:02.40 (3/11) at Payson Park.

#32 Arch Traveler – 7f in 1:27.50 at Palm Meadows.

#49 Machen – 4f in :48 (4/69) at Fair Grounds.

#53 Wilkinson – 4f in :48.20 (5/69) at Fair Grounds.

 

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Other Works:

 

Travelin Man (#98) drilled a 5f bullet in 1:00.90 (1/22) at Palm Meadows. Financial Empire (#120) breezed 5f in 1:01.90 (7/22) at Palm Meadows. Justin Phillip (#133) journeyed 6f in 1:13 (1/2) at Fair Grounds. Prime Cut (#135) breezed 4f in :49.80 (32/69) at Fair Grounds. Razmataz (#162) went 4f in :50.50 (18/33) at Palm Meadows. Liondrive (#165) breezed 4f in :48.80 (14/69) at Fair Grounds. Blue Laser (#166) worked an easy 4f in :51.40 (3/3) at Winstar Training Center (all-weather). Populist Politics (#175), cross-entered in the Crescent City Derby and Louisiana Derby, uncorked a 5f bullet in 1:00.20 (1/21) at Fair Grounds.

 

 

Notes:

 

The Louisiana Derby attracted a baker’s dozen including Elite Alex, Machen, and 9-5 morning line favorite Mucho Macho Man. Impressive debut sprint winner Bind is entered in the 4th race at Fair Grounds on March 26. He is the 2-5 morning line favorite against six rivals in the optional claiming route. 

 

 

 

 

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