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Today's Kentucky Derby Contender Works (3-6-11)

28 August 10: Uncle Mo (Indian Charlie) breaks his maiden on Travers Day at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Kentucky Derby contender 

workouts for today (Sunday, March 6) 

(with HRN Derby rankings):

 

Today's Derby contender works included a four furlong breeze from Uncle Mo in advance of Saturday’s Timely Writer at Gulfstream Park. Tampa Bay Derby hopeful Brethren breezed at Palm Meadows and the Tampa event is Uncle Mo’s backup should the Timely Writer fail to fill. San Felipe probables Awesome Patriot. Comma To The Top, and Jaycito also worked on Sunday.  

 

#1 Uncle Mo – 4f breeze in :48.80 (11/55) at Palm Meadows.

#5 Brethren – Breezed 5f in 1:01.20 (4/23) at Palm Meadows. 

#10 Anthony’s Cross – Went 5f in 1:01 (9/26) at Hollywood.

#11 Jaycito – 5f in :59.80 (8/48) at Santa Anita.

#22 Archarcharch - 6f in 1:13.40 (2/7) at Oaklawn Park.

#23 Comma To The Top – 6f in 1:13.80 (9/11) at Santa Anita.

#34 Caleb's Posse - Breezed 5f in 1:02.20 (20/47) at Oaklawn.

#36 Awesome Patriot – 5f in 1:00.20 (14/48) at Santa Anita.

#38 Free Entry – Breezed 5f in 1:01.70 (7/23) at Palm Meadows.  

#46 Indian Winter – 4f in :48.80 (25/48) at Santa Anita.

 

 

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Other Works:

 

Elite Alex (#80) breezed a 6f bullet in 1:12.40 (1/7) under Calvin Borel at Oaklawn. Lauburu (#84) breezed 4f in :51.60 (52/55) at Palm Meadows. Alternation (#86) drilled a 5f bullet in :59.80 (1/47) at Oaklawn.  Cal Nation (#96) went 5f in 1:01.20 (4/23) at Palm Meadows. Prime Cut (#124) traveled 5f in 1:01.80 (9/28) at Fair Grounds. Ronin Dax (#125) went 5f in 1:00.80 (4/32) at Tampa Bay. Liondrive (#157) breezed 5f in 1:04,40 (22/28) at Fair Grounds. Dance City (#160) breezed 5f in 1:00.90 (2/23) at Palm Meadows. Moonhanger (#172) worked 4f in :51 (42/63) at Tampa Bay. Shadow Warrior (#225) went 5f in 1:03 (17/23) at Palm Meadows. 


Notes:

 

Gotham Stakes hero Stay Thirsty has his eye on the April 3 Florida Derby. Speaking of the Gulfstream showcase, Dialed In finished a solid 2nd behind his stablemate Equestrio in the 4th race at Gulfstream Park on March 6. Nick Zito was pleased with his effort and the promising son of Mineshaft should be sitting on ready next time.   

 

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Older Comments about Today's Kentucky Derby Contender Works (3-6-11)...

Elite Alex is going to keep improving for Tim Ritchey, who trained his sire Afleet Alex, who ran 6th in the Rebel before winning the Arkansas Derby and eventually moving on to take the last two legs of the Triple Crown. Interesting note: He's an Ontario bred, so the Queen's Plate is probably on the back of the connections' heads. Also, people need to realize the majority of the 3 year olds you see aren't geared up all the way, the trainers wan't to slowly progress through the Winter for peak performance in May when it really matters. Examples of horses running huge in their last prep race and then dissapointing on the First Saturday of May are abundant: Sidney's Candy, Bellamy Road, and even Afleet Alex (although his third wasn't bad).
The workout report has been updated to include the Oaklawn horses. Elite Alex worked a bullet and Borel was impressed. He told Oaklawn officials that Elite Alex reminds him of Street Sense. He will definitely get pace help if The Factor goes in the Rebel.

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