Works report: Simplification back on track after bleeding incident

Works report: Simplification back on track after bleeding incident
Photo: Lauren King

Simplification returned to the work tab Saturday for the first time since suffering a bleeding incident in the Preakness Stakes.

The 3-year-old son of Not This Time, who captured the Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2) this spring, worked four furlongs in 50.7 seconds at Gulfstream Park. It was the 79th-fastest of 99 works at the distance.

Simplification finished sixth In the 1 3/16-mile Preakness at Pimlico on May 21. Trainer Antonio Sano said afterward that the colt had bled internally for the first time in his ninth career start. 

Below are the rest of the graded-stakes winners to work on Saturday. To see where they might be headed next, check out the HRN Stakes Schedule

Channel Maker (English Channel), a four-time Grade 1 winner, worked four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 23rd-fastest of 79 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he placed ninth in the Manhattan (G1) going 1 1/4 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Bill Mott.

Malathaat (Curlin), a three-time Grade 1 winner (2021 Alabama, 2021 Kentucky Oaks, 2021 Ashland), worked four furlongs in 48.8 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 11th-fastest of 79 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In her last start she placed second in the Ogden Phipps (G1) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Corniche (Quality Road), a two-time Grade 1 winner, (2021 TVG Breeders' Cup Juvenile, 2021 American Pharoah), worked five furlongs in 1:03.0 at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the fourth-fastest of nine works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he won the TVG Breeders' Cup Juvenile going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Del Mar on Nov. 5 for trainer Bob Baffert.

Early Voting (Gun Runner), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Preakness), worked five furlongs in 1:01.2 at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the second-fastest of seven works at the distance. His previous work was six days ago going five furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he won the Preakness (G1) going 1 3/16 miles on the main track at Pimlico on May 21 for trainer Chad Brown.

Express Train (Union Rags), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Santa Anita H.), worked five furlongs in 1:01.2 at Santa Anita Park on Saturday morning. It was the 11th-fastest of 24 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Santa Anita Park. In his last start he placed second in the Californian (G2) going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Santa Anita Park on April 30 for trainer John Shirreffs.

Search Results (Flatter), a Grade 1 winner (2021 Acorn), worked four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 20th-fastest of 50 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In her last start she placed third in the Ogden Phipps (G1) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Chad Brown.

There Goes Harvard (Will Take Charge), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Hollywood Gold Cup), worked four furlongs in 47.6 seconds at Santa Anita Park on Saturday morning. It was the fastest of 39 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days prior going four furlongs at Santa Anita Park. In his last start he captured the Hollywood Gold Cup (G1) going 1 1/4 miles on the main track at Santa Anita Park on May 30 for trainer Michael McCarthy.

Zandon (Upstart), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Toyota Blue Grass) worked four furlongs in 49.8 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 26th-fastest of 50 works at the distance. His previous work was six days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he placed 3rd in the Kentucky Derby going 1 1/4 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer Chad Brown.

Cyberknife (Gun Runner), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Arkansas Derby), worked five furlongs in 1:01.0 at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 11th-fastest of 26 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he captured the Matt Winn (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on June 12 for trainer Brad Cox.

Matareya (Pioneerof the Nile), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Acorn), worked four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 50th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race, a victory in the Acorn (G1) going one mile on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Brad Cox.

Just One Time (Not This Time), a Grade 1 winner (2022 Madison), worked three furlongs in 36.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the third-fastest of nine works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race. In her last start she placed 3rd in the Derby City Distaff (G1) going seven furlongs on the main track at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer Brad Cox.

C Z Rocket (City Zip), a two-time Grade 2 winner (2020 Santa Anita Sprint Championship, 2020 Pat O'Brien), worked five furlongs in 1:01.0 at San Luis Rey Training Center on Saturday morning. It was the 11th-fastest of 32 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at San Luis Rey Training Center. In his last start he placed third in an allowance race going six furlongs on the main track at Oaklawn Park on Jan. 14 for trainer Rene Amescua.

Bonny South (Munnings), a Grade 2 winner (2020 Fair Grounds Oaks), worked five furlongs in 1:01.4 at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 14th-fastest of 26 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days prior going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In her last start she placed fourth in the Ogden Phipps (G1) going 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Brad Cox.

Emmanuel (More Than Ready), a Grade 2 winner (2022 Pennine Ridge), worked four furlongs in 49.6 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 33rd-fastest of 79 works at the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going five furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he won the Pennine Ridge (G2) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on June 4 for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Field Pass (Lemon Drop Kid), a Grade 2 winner (2021 Seabiscuit H.), worked five furlongs in 1:00.6 at Churchill Training on Saturday morning. It was the sixth-fastest of 15 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days prior going five furlongs at Churchill Training. In his last start he placed third in the Arlington (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Mike Maker.

Get Smokin (Get Stormy), a Grade 2 winner (2020 Hill Prince), worked four furlongs in 50.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 79th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed second in the Arlington (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Mark Casse.

Helium (Ironicus), a Grade 2 winner (2021 Tampa Bay Derby), worked four furlongs in 48.4 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 21st-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days earlier going 4 furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he ran second in an allowance race going 1 1/16 miles on the synthetic at Woodbine on May 22 for trainer Mark Casse.

Interstatedaydream (Classic Empire), a Grade 2 winner (2022 Black-Eyed Susan), worked four furlongs in 49.0 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 42nd-fastest of 94 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In her last start she won the Black-Eyed Susan going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Pimlico on May 20 for trainer Brad Cox.

Stolen Base (Bodemeister), a Grade 2 winner (2022 American Turf ), worked four furlongs in 51.2 seconds at Churchill Training on Saturday morning. It was the 31st-fastest of 34 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Training. In his last start he  captured the American Turf presented by BMW (G2) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer Mike Maker.

Tiz the Bomb (Hit It a Bomb), a Grade 2 winner (2021 Bourbon), worked five furlongs in 1:00.8 at Keeneland on Saturday morning. It was the fastest of 17 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Keeneland. In his last start he placed ninth in the Kentucky Derby going 1 1/4 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer Kenny McPeek.

Turnerloose (Nyquist), a Grade 2 winner (2022 Rachel Alexandra) worked three furlongs in 38.0 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the sixth-fastest of nine works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race, a seventh-place finish in the Kentucky Oaks (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the main track at Churchill Downs on May 6 for trainer Brad Cox.

Admission Office (Point of Entry), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Arlington, 2020 Louisville), worked five furlongs in 1:01.2 at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 12th-fastest of 26 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days earlier going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he captured the Arlington (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Brian Lynch.
Gam's Mission (Noble Mission (GB)), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Mint Julep, 2021 Regret), worked four furlongs in 50.0 seconds at Keeneland on Saturday morning. It was the 63rd-fastest of 83 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days prior going four furlongs at Keeneland. In her last start she won the Mint Julep (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 5 for trainer Cherie DeVaux.

Mr. Wireless (Dialed In) a two-time Grade 3 winner (2021 West Virginia Derby, 2021 Indiana Derby), worked four furlongs in 48.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 28th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed sixth in an allowance race going one mile on the main track at Churchill Downs on June 5 for trainer Bret Calhoun.

Wit (Practical Joke), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2022 Bay Shore, 2021 Sanford) worked five furlongs in 1:03.0 at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the fourth-fastest of nine works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going 4 furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he placed fourth in the Woody Stephens (G1) going seven furlongs on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Bandua (The Factor), a Grade 3 winner (2019 Arlington), worked four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Hollywood Casino At Charles Town Races on Saturday morning. It was the ninth-fastest of 31 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race, a third-place finish in an allowance race going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Keeneland on April 16 for trainer Jack Sisterson.

Breakpoint (CHI) (Constitution), a Grade 3 winner (2022 San Juan Capistrano), worked four furlongs in 50.4 seconds at Santa Anita Park on Saturday morning. It was the 23rd-fastest of 31 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going tree furlongs at Santa Anita Park. In his last start he captured the San Juan Capistrano (G3) going 1 3/4 miles on the turf at Santa Anita Park on June 19 for trainer Neil Drysdale.

Call Me Midnight (Midnight Lute), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Lecomte), worked four furlongs in 50.0 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 64th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was 14 days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed fourth in an allowance race going seven furlongs on the main track at Churchill Downs on June 3 for trainer Keith Desormeaux.

Cavalry Charge (Honor Code), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Fair Grounds), worked four furlongs in 49.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 57th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days prior going 4 furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed ninth in the Louisville (G3) going 1 1/2 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on May 21 for trainer Dallas Stewart.

Clear Vision (Artie Schiller), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Tropical Turf), worked four furlongs in 53.6 seconds at Palm Meadows Training Center on Saturday morning. It was the slowest of 78 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days prior going four furlongs at Palm Meadows Training Center. In his last start he placed fourth in the Mr. Steele going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Gulfstream Park on May 21 for trainer Matthew Brice O'Connor.

Grand Sonata (Medaglia d'Oro), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Kitten's Joy), worked four furlongs in 47.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the fourth-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed third in the Audubon going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Gray's Fable (Gio Ponti), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Kitten's Joy), worked five furlongs in 59.2 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the fastest of 26 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days prior going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed sixth in the Arlington (G3) going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Brian Lynch.

In Good Spirits (Ghostzapper), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Mint Ladies Sprint), worked four furlongs in 48.8 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 35th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days prior going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In her last start she placed sixth in the Royal North (G2) going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Woodbine on June 4 for trainer Al Stall Jr..

Jaxon Traveler (Munnings), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Maryland Sprint), worked four furlongs in 50.0 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 49th-fastest of 79 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Belmont Park. In his last start he won the Maryland Sprint (G3) going six furlongs on the main track at Pimlico on May 21 for trainer Steve Asmussen.

Lady Scarlet (Union Rags), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Miss Preakness), worked four furlongs in 50.6 seconds at Churchill Training on Saturday morning. It was the 28th-fastest of 34 works at the distance. Her previous work was seven days prior going five furlongs at Churchill Training. In her last start she won the Miss Preakness (G3) going six furlongs on the main track at Pimlico on May 20 for trainer Mike Maker.

Lightening Larry (Uncaptured), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Chick Lang), worked four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Monmouth Park on Saturday morning. It was the 46th-fastest of 88 works at the distance. His previous work was 14 days prior going four furlongs at Monmouth Park. In his last start he won the Chick Lang (G3) going six furlongs on the main track at Pimlico on May 21 for trainer Jorge Delgado.

Major General (Constitution), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Iroquois), worked four furlongs in 48.4 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 21st-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed sixth in the Audubon going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on June 4 for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Mira Mission (Noble Mission (GB)), a Grade 3 winner (2022 Canadian Turf), worked five furlongs in 1:02.8 at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 23rd-fastest of 26 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going five furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed second in the Turf Classic (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Churchill Downs on May 7 for trainer Ian Wilkes.

Souper Sensational (Curlin), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Victory Ride), worked four furlongs in 47.8 seconds at Woodbine on Saturday morning. It was the sixth-fastest of 71 works at the distance. This was her first work since her last race, a second-place finis in the Royal North (G2) going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Woodbine on June 4 for trainer Mark Casse.

Tezzaray (GB) (Bated Breath (GB)), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Jimmy Durante), worked six furlongs in 1:13.4 at San Luis Rey Training Center on Saturday morning. It was the fastest of four works at the distance. Her previous work was five days prior going five furlongs at San Luis Rey Training Center. In her last start she captured the Jimmy Durante (G3) going 1 mile on the turf at Del Mar on Nov. 27 for trainer Peter Miller.

Tide of the Sea (English Channel), a Grade 3 winner (2021 W. L. McKnight), worked four furlongs in 50.3 seconds at Belmont Park on Saturday morning. It was the 35th-fastest of 50 works at the distance. This was his first work since his last race, a 7th-place finish in an allowance race going 1 3/8 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on June 3 for trainer Mike Maker.

Warrant (Constitution), a Grade 3 winner (2021 Oklahoma Derby), worked four furlongs in 48.6 seconds at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning. It was the 28th-fastest of 94 works at the distance. His previous work was seven days ago going four furlongs at Churchill Downs. In his last start he placed second in the Brooklyn (G2) going 1 1/2 miles on the main track at Belmont Park on June 11 for trainer Brad Cox.

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