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Today's Kentucky Derby Contender Works (4-5-11)

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Kentucky Derby contender 

workouts for today (Tuesday, April 5) 

(with HRN Derby rankings):

 

Today's Derby contender works included a six furlong bullet from Arkansas Derby hopeful Archarcharch. El Camino Real Derby winner Silver Medallion completed his Santa Anita Derby preparations on Tuesday.      

 

#16 Archarcharch – 6f bullet in 1:12.20 (1/4) at Oaklawn Park.

#46 Astrology – 4f in :51.80 (27/28) at Santa Anita.

#48 Silver Medallion – 4f in :48.60 (10/28) at Santa Anita.

#61 Prime Cut – Easy 4f breeze in :51.20 (2/2) at Churchill Downs.  

 

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Other April 5 Works:

 

Awesome Patriot (Santa Anita), Banned (Keeneland), Preachintothedevil (Belmont), and Western Mood (Pleasanton) also worked on Tuesday.

 

Notes:

 

Patrick Valenzuela will ride Sway Away in the Arkansas Derby. Recent overseas transplant Clarke Lane might go next in the Blue Grass Stakes. He closed to finish a neck behind wire job winner Uncle Sam at Santa Anita in his US bow last weekend for trainer Simon Callaghan.

 

 

 

 

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