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Zensational, Careless Jewel drill bullets

ZENSATIONAL (Unbridled's Song), who figures to vie for favoritism in the Sprint (G1) with Gayego (Gilded Time), ripped through a half-mile in :46 2/5, more than two seconds faster than any other worker at the distance. The gray colt exits a trio of convincing wire-to-wire victories in the Pat O'Brien S. (G1), Bing Crosby S. (G1) and Triple Bend H. (G1).

Ladies' Classic (G1) contender CARELESS JEWEL (Tapit), a convincing 3 1/2-length winner of the Cotillion S. (G2) at Philadelphia Park in her last outing, recorded her first work over the Pro-Ride when drilling six furlongs in a bullet 1:11 1/5 for trainer Josie Carroll. It was the fastest of seven moves at the distance.
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With the exception of Rachael Alexandra, there's not a doubt in my mind that Carless Jewel is the next best 3yr.old filly in America. Given how impressive she's looked in her last 3 or 4 outings, I'm not so sure she wouldn't take it right to Rachael Alexandra as well. She's shown more talent, maybe with the exception of Summer Bird of late than any of the other males and all of the females that R.A. has raced. Hopefully, since R.A. is dodging, oops, I meant skipping the Breeders Cup races we'll get to see these two lock horns sometime next year as 4yr.olds. I anxiously await.

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