Edward Seltzer and Beverly Anderson’s the end of the blue bird and Madaket Stables and James Matthew Thompson’s honorable lady EASY will be pointed to 3-year-old turf stakes in the upcoming Championship Meetup at Gulfstream Park after more promising stock performances Honeysucklethe compilation song Tapeta of November 26.
Bluebirds Over, son of English Channel was judged to be out of pace before winning by 1.5 minutes in the CA$150,000 Gray Stakes (G3) minor for coach Saffie Joseph Jr.
“He’s the pitch. He won the Tapeta, but he has a grass-court lineage,” said Joseph.
Big bets for 3-year-olds on the grass at Gulfstream Park this winter include $125,000 in Dania Beach bets on January 7, $175,000 in Kitten’s Joy (G3T) bets on January 4. 2 and $250,000 Palm Beach bet on March 4.
Honor D Lady, daughter of Honor Code, who finished third in the $150,000 Mazarine Stakes (G3) prize, will “continue the (field) series to win the fillings,” Joseph said. “In the end, she might get back to the dirt once in a while because she’s a selfish person.”
The big on-court bets for 3-year-olds include the $125,000 Ginger Brew Bet on January 7, $175,000 Sweetest Chant (G3T) Bet on February 4 and $250,000 la Herecomesthebride (G3T) bet on March 4.
Joseph’s immediate plan for recent impressive debut winner Mr. Ripple encountered a temporary barrier.
“He got in (November 27), but we scratched him. We were supposed to go to Remsen (G2), but he ended up skyrocketing, so he ended up missing both of them. people,” said Joseph. “He’ll be back here on a stipend, and if it’s not too late, he’ll go to Holy Bull.”
The $250,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3), scheduled for 1 1/16 miles on February 4, is the first major prep for the $1 million Florida Curlin (G1) Derby , 1 1/8 mile long at Gulfstream on April 1.
Mr. Ripple of Legacy Racing, son of Called in won his 9/4 long debut in a one-mile race at Gulfstream on October 15.
Sano looks forward to Harlan’s vacation
Coach Antonio Sano is optimistic about winter, and a big part of that could be Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth (G2) winner simplify .
Owned by Tami Bobo and Tristan De Meric, Simplify returned to the work tab for the first time on November 26 since finishing in seventh place on November 5 in the Big Ass Fans’ Cup Dirt. Mile (G1). 3 year old son of Not this time Sano said Tuesday in the Florida Derby and fourth in the Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (G1), are doing well and are training for the winter campaign at Gulfstream.
“He’s worked well, and the plan is (December 31) during Harlan’s Holiday (G3),” Sano said, referring to the 1/16-mile event that was used to prepare for the Pegasus World Cup Invitational. (G1) January 28. “He came out of the Breeders’ Cup perfectly. I’m happy with the way he ran. We’ll see what happens during Harlan’s Holiday, and after December, we’ll think about Pegasus.”
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