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Breeders' Cup 2017

Honeymoon Field Taking Shape

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Florida import Dreamed to Dream worked six furlongs on turf in 1:14.40 under Brice Blanc Thursday for her California debut in the $150,000 Honeymoon Handicap May 31. The Grade II test is for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles on grass.


“I’ve had her about a month,” said trainer Brian Koriner. “She ran good back there (Gulfstream Park), had a little trouble in her last out, and it’s a good program here for 3-year-old fillies.”


Dreamed to Dream, a Florida-bred chestnut by Deputy Wild Cat, won two of four turf starts at Gulfstream and rallied to finish third in the Boynton Beach Stakes in her last start April 17 after hitting the gate at the start. She is owned by Aurora Springs Stable.


Senorita Stakes winner Cozi Rosie (Mike Smith) is expected to return in the Honeymoon, along with runners-up Andina (Joe Talamo) and City to City (Joel Rosario), respectively. Cozi Rosie worked five furlongs in 59.80 on the main track for the John Sadler stable Thursday.


Trainer Jim Cassidy is expected to make a decision with Evening Jewel after a turf work here Sunday. Winner of the Grade I Ashland Stakes and beaten by a nose in the Grade I Kentucky Oaks, the filly has never raced on grass.


Also nominated are Antares World, Bonnie Blue Flag, Camille C, Conniption, Crisp, Distorted Promise, Glass of Red, Harmonious, In the Slips, Morekissesforpatti, Riviera Chic and Triple Cream.

 

 

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