Sunday tab: 45 graded-stakes winners breeze for 26 trainers

Sunday tab: 45 graded-stakes winners breeze for 26 trainers
Photo: Matt Wooley/Eclipse Sportswire

Channel Maker’s work toward a possible fifth Grade 1 victory continued Sunday with a breeze at Saratoga.

The Canada-bred gelding by English Channel was clocked at 49.3 seconds in a half-mile work for Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott. It was Channel Maker’s third straight consecutive weekend breeze and his fifth since he won the Grand Couturier, a black-type stakes July 8 at Belmont Park.

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Owned by Wachtel Stable, Gary Barber, R.A. Hill Stable and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing, 8-year-old Channel Maker may start in his fifth Sword Dancer (G1), a race he won in his championship campaign two years ago. The 1 1/2-mile turf race is scheduled for Aug. 27 on the Travers (G1) undercard at Saratoga.

There were at least 45 graded-stakes winners who were clocked in workouts Sunday morning for 26 different trainers across North America.

Channel Maker (English Channel), a four-time Grade 1 winner (2020 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic, 2020 Sword Dancer, 2019 Man o’ War, 2018 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic), worked four furlongs in 49.3 seconds at Saratoga on Sunday morning. It was the 17th fastest of 50 works at the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he won the Grand Couturier going 1 1/2 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on July 8 for trainer Bill Mott.

Regal Glory (Animal Kingdom), a three-time Grade 1 winner (2022 Just a Game, 2022 Jenny Wiley, 2021 Matriarch), worked five furlongs in 1:00.2 on turf at Saratoga. It was the second fastest of 21 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she won the Just a Game (G1) going one mile on the turf at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Chad Brown.

Count Again (Awesome Again), a two-time Grade 1 winner (2022 Shoemaker Mile, 2022 Frank E. Kilroe Mile), worked five furlongs in 1:02.8 on turf at Del Mar. It was the sixth fastest of 13 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Del Mar. In his last start he won the Shoemaker Mile (G1) going one mile on the turf at Santa Anita on May 30 for trainer Phil D’Amato.

Gufo (Declaration of War), a two-time Grade 1 winner (2021 Sword Dancer, 2020 Belmont Derby Invitational), worked five furlongs in 1:03.2 on turf at Saratoga. It was the 10th fastest of 21 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he placed fifth in the United Nations (G1) going 1 3/8 miles on the turf at Monmouth Park on July 23 for trainer Christophe Clément.

Casa Creed (Jimmy Creed), a two-time Grade 1 winner (2022 Jaipur, 2021 Jaipur), worked four furlongs in 49.0 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 11th fastest of 50 works at the distance. His previous work was nine days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he won the Jaipur (G1) going six furlongs on the turf at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Bill Mott.

Roadster (Quality Road), a Grade 1 winner (2019 Santa Anita Derby), worked five furlongs in 1:02.0 at Delaware Park. It was the fourth fastest of 12 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Delaware Park. In his last start he placed seventh in the Oaklawn Mile (G3) going one mile on the main track at Oaklawn on April 2 for trainer Mike Stidham.

Going to Vegas (Goldencents), a Grade 1 winner (2021 Rodeo Drive), worked five furlongs in 1:02.6 on turf at Del Mar. It was the fifth fastest of 13 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she placed second in the Gamely (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Santa Anita on May 30 for D’Amato.

Storm the Court (Court Vision), a Grade 1 winner (2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile), worked five furlongs in 1:01.0 at Del Mar. It was the 29th fastest of 79 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he placed sixth in the Wickerr going one mile on the turf at Del Mar on July 24 for trainer Peter Eurton.

Going Global (Mehmas), a Grade 1 winner (2021 Del Mar Oaks), worked five furlongs in 1:03.2 on turf at Del Mar. It was the ninth fastest of 13 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she placed third in the Gamely (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Santa Anita on May 30 for D’Amato.

Obligatory (Curlin), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Derby City Distaff), worked four furlongs in 49.9 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 27th fastest of 50 works at the distance. Her previous work was nine days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she placed second in the Bed o’ Roses (G2) going seven furlongs on the main track at Belmont Park on June 10 for Mott.

Adhamo (Intello), a Grade 1 winner (2022 United Nations), worked four furlongs in 49.5 seconds on turf at Saratoga. It was the 10th fastest of 52 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he won the United Nations (G1) going 1 3/8 miles on the turf at Monmouth Park on July 23 for Brown.

In Italian (Dubawi), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Diana), worked five furlongs in 1:00.3 on turf at Saratoga. It was the fourth fastest of 21 works at the distance. Her previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she won the Diana (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Saratoga on July 16 for Brown.

C Z Rocket (City Zip), a two-time Grade 2 winner (2020 Santa Anita Sprint Championship, 2020 Pat O’Brien), worked four furlongs in 47.4 seconds at Del Mar. It was the seventh fastest of 83 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he won an allowance race going 6 1/2 furlongs on the main track at Del Mar on July 23 for trainer Peter Miller.

Bellabel (Belardo), a Grade 2 winner (2022 San Clemente), worked four furlongs in 50.4 seconds on turf at Del Mar. It was the 10th fastest of 25 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race. In her last start she won the San Clemente (G2) going one mile on the turf at Del Mar on July 23 for D’Amato.

Consumer Spending (More Than Ready), a Grade 2 winner (2022 Wonder Again), worked five furlongs in 1:01.3 on turf at Saratoga. It was the seventh fastest of 21 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she placed third in the Belmont Oaks Invitational (G1) going 1 1/4 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on July 9 for Brown.

Sail By (Astern), a Grade 2 winner (2021 Miss Grillo), worked four furlongs in 51.5 seconds on turf at Saratoga. It was the 37th fastest of 52 works at the distance. Her previous work was 48 days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In her last start she placed third in the Soaring Softly (G3) going seven furlongs on the turf at Belmont Park on May 28 for trainer Leah Gyarmati.

Technical Analysis (Kingman), a Grade 2 winner (2021 Lake Placid), worked five furlongs in 1:00.2 on turf at Saratoga. It was the second fastest of 21 works at the distance. Her previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she placed second in the Diana (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Saratoga on July 16 for Brown.

Neige Blanche (Anodin), a four-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Santa Barbara, 2022 Astra, 2021 Red Carpet Handicap, 2021 Santa Barbara), worked four furlongs in 48.8 seconds at Del Mar. It was the 29th fastest of 83 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she won the Possibly Perfect going 1 1/4 miles on the turf at Santa Anita on June 19 for trainer Leonard Powell.

Officiating (Blame), a three-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap, 2022 Tom Fool Handicap, 2021 Mr. Prospector), worked four furlongs in 48.2 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 23rd fastest of 125 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going three furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he won the Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap (G3) going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Prairie Meadows on July 9 for trainer Saffie Joseph Jr.

Four Graces (Majesticperfection), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2020 Beaumont, 2020 Dogwood), worked five furlongs in 1:01.0 at Churchill Downs. It was the second fastest of 14 works at the distance. Her previous work was nine days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In her last start she placed fourth in the Chicago (G3) going seven furlongs on the main track at Churchill Downs on June 25 for trainer Ian Wilkes.

Edgeway (Competitive Edge), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Las Flores, 2021 Rancho Bernardo Handicap), worked five furlongs in 1:00.6 at Del Mar. It was the 21st fastest of 79 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she placed sixth in the Derby City Distaff (G1) going seven furlongs on the main track at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer John Sadler.

Cairo Memories (Cairo Prince), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Honeymoon, 2022 Providencia), worked five furlongs in 1:01.6 on turf at Del Mar. It was the fastest of 13 works at the distance. Her previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she placed fifth in the Belmont Oaks Invitational (G1) going 1 1/4 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on July 9 for trainer Bob Hess Jr.

Caravel (Mizzen Mast), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Intercontinental, 2021 Caress), worked four furlongs in 48.7 seconds on turf at Saratoga. It was the second fastest of 52 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race. In her last start she placed ninth in the Caress (G3) going 5 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Saratoga on July 23 for trainer Brad Cox.

Sprawl (City Zip), a Grade 3 winner (2021 West Virginia Governor’s), worked five furlongs in 1:04.4 at Churchill Downs. It was the slowest of 14 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he placed ninth in the Jeff Hall Memorial going 6 1/2 furlongs on the main track at Ellis Park on July 24 for trainer Tommy Drury.

Super Quick (Super Saver), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Allaire DuPont Distaff), worked four furlongs in 47.8 seconds at Churchill Downs. It was the third fastest of 48 works at the distance. Her previous work was eight days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In her last start she placed second in the Fleur de Lis (G2) going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on July 2 for trainer Norm Casse.

Restrainedvengence (Hold Me Back), a Grade 3 winner (2021 American), worked four furlongs in 47.8 seconds at Del Mar. It was the 10th fastest of 83 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he placed fifth in the American (G3) going one mile on the turf at Santa Anita on June 19 for trainer Val Brinkerhoff.

Breakpoint (Constitution), a Grade 3 winner (2022 San Juan Capistrano), worked four furlongs in 50.8 seconds on turf at Del Mar. It was the 15th fastest of 25 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going three furlongs at Del Mar. In his last start he won the San Juan Capistrano (G3) going 1 3/4 miles on the turf at Santa Anita on June 19 for trainer Neil Drysdale.

Burgoo Alley (Footstepsinthesand), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Autumn Miss), worked five furlongs in 1:03.2 on turf at Del Mar. It was the ninth fastest of 13 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Del Mar. In her last start she placed sixth in the Megahertz (G3) going one mile on the turf at Santa Anita on Jan. 29 for D’Amato.

Zoffarelli (Zoffany), a Grade 3 winner (2021 La Jolla Handicap), worked four furlongs in 48.6 seconds on turf at Del Mar. It was the fastest of 25 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Del Mar. In his last start he placed fifth in an allowance race going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Santa Anita on April 9 for trainer Jeff Mullins.

Island of Love (Kodiac), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Señorita), worked four furlongs in 48.6 seconds on turf at Del Mar. It was the fastest of 25 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race. In her last start she placed third in the San Clemente (G2) going one mile on the turf at Del Mar on July 23 for D’Amato.

Bubble Rock (More Than Ready), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Matron), worked four furlongs in 50.6 seconds at Ellis Park. It was the 49th fastest of 60 works at the distance. Her previous work was eight days ago going three furlongs at Ellis Park. In her last start she placed third in the Fantasy (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Oaklawn on April 2 for Cox.

Cheermeister (Bodemeister), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2020 Herecomesthebride 2020 Sweetest Chant), worked five furlongs in 1:01.4 at Fair Hill. It was the fastest of two works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Fair Hill. In her last start she placed second in the Perfect Sting going one mile on the turf at Belmont Park on July 3 for trainer Arnaud Delacour.

First Captain (Curlin), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Pimlico Special 2021 Dwyer), worked five furlongs in 1:01.6 at Saratoga. It was the 12th fastest of 29 works at the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he placed second in the Suburban (G2) going 1 1/4 miles on the main track at Belmont Park on July 9 for McGaughey.

Eons (Giant’s Causeway), a Grade 3 winner (2019 Kent), worked five furlongs in 1:01.4 at Fair Hill. It was the fastest of two works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he won the Prince George’s County going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Laurel Park on July 16 for Delacour.

Background (Khozan), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Longacres Mile Handicap), worked five furlongs in 1:00.0 at Pegasus Thoroughbred Training Center. It was the fastest of three works at the distance. His previous work was six days ago going four furlongs at Pegasus Thoroughbred Training Center. In his last start he placed fifth in an allowance race going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on June 25 for trainer Michael Puhich.

Stolen Holiday (War Front), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Eatontown), worked four furlongs in 50.9 seconds on turf at Saratoga. It was the 27th fastest of 52 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she won the Eatontown (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Monmouth Park on June 18 for trainer Shug McGaughey.

City Man (Mucho Macho Man), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Forbidden Apple), worked five furlongs in 1:03.2 on turf at Saratoga. It was the 10th fastest of 21 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he won the Forbidden Apple (G3) going one mile on the turf at Saratoga on July 15 for Clément.

Peace Achieved (Declaration of War), a Grade 3 winner (2019 Bourbon), worked four furlongs in 49.3 seconds on turf at Saratoga. It was the fifth fastest of 52 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In his last start he placed fourth in the Jonathan B. Schuster Memorial going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Horseshoe Indianapolis on July 9 for Norm Casse.

Coinage (Tapit), a Grade 3 winner (2021 With Anticipation), worked four furlongs in 49.9 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 90th fastest of 125 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he placed third in the Rick Violette going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Saratoga on July 21 for trainer Mark Casse.

Midnight Stroll (Not This Time), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Delaware Oaks), worked five furlongs in 1:01.8 at Saratoga. It was the 18th fastest of 29 works at the distance. Her previous work was six days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she won the Delaware Oaks (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Delaware Park on July 2 for trainer John Terranova.

Nostalgic (Medaglia d’Oro), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Gazelle), worked four furlongs in 51.3 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 44th fastest of 50 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race. In her last start she placed third in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Saratoga on July 23 for Mott.

Carribean Caper (Speightstown), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Dogwood), worked five furlongs in 1:01.0 at Saratoga. It was the third fastest of 29 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she won the Dogwood (G3) going seven furlongs on the main track at Churchill Downs on Sept. 25 for trainer Al Stall Jr.

Bees and Honey (Union Rags), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Comely), worked four furlongs in 50.8 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 37th fastest of 50 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Saratoga. In her last start she placed fourth in the Delaware Handicap (G2) going 1 1/4 miles on the main track at Delaware Park on July 9 for McGaughey.

Mo Strike (Uncle Mo), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Sanford), worked four furlongs in 49.6 seconds at Saratoga. It was the 82nd fastest of 125 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race. In his last start he won the Sanford (G3) going six furlongs on the main track at Saratoga on July 16 for Cox.

Avie’s Flatter (Flatter), a Grade 3 winner (2019 Transylvania), worked four furlongs in 48.2 seconds at Woodbine. It was the 17th fastest of 71 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Woodbine. In his last start he placed ninth in an allowance race going seven furlongs on the synthetic at Woodbine on July 3 for trainer Josie Carroll.

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