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2010 San Felipe Stakes (G2)

Date/Track:
3/13/2010, Santa Anita Park
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:42.30
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Older Comments about the 2010 San Felipe Stakes (G2)...

Being that he started and has raced most of his career on Turf, I'd be anxious to see how well Interactif handled a conventional dirt surface. I thought he ran a very game 2nd to Sidney's Candy on the synthetics, and could have potentially won the race if he hadn't had to swing so wide. I've always felt Interactif was a 2yr.old, now a 3yr.old with a lot of potential. If he can handle the dirt, and get the distance, I wouldn't completely rule him out of being a potential Kentucky Derby contender. TJMO.
Sidney's Candy went two turns, but did he ever have things easy. Deceptively good races by Interactif and Caracortado, who will both fly under the radar for a little while longer.
  • cigar · As Trevor Denman would say, "Could not have things go any easier out here." · 2267 days ago