Horse Racing

Super Chow aims for fifth consecutive win in Swale Stakes

Lea’s Farm Super Chow Tinh Tri will be looking for his fourth straight stake win on 4 Feb of $125,000 Swale (G3) stake at Gulfstream Parkbut soon grow like son of Lord Nelson It has proven that while winning five of his first six races, his coach is confident that the best is yet to come.

“He’s in the best shape ever. He’s maturing from race to race. He’s shown so much class. From race to race. Other than that, he’s a more professional horse,” said trainer Jorge Delgado. “He’s becoming a man.”

Swale, a seven-course sprint, will be featured on Saturday’s program along with four other graded stakes for 3-year-olds.

Super Chow broke her maiden at first ask July 2 at Gulfstream before shipping to Racecourse Saratogawhere he finished a distant third Damon Mound in Saratoga Special (G2) after a less than ideal start from the rails. Seventh, the Kentucky pony will break out of the far outer turret while facing five opponents.

“We’re always happy with the external placement,” says Delgado. “If I could choose a post location, it’s the one I want.”

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Super Chow recovered from the first and only loss of his career with an optional claim score at Racecourse Pimlico after setting a pressure speed. He went on to capture Bowman Mill at Keeneland equal to five lengths, Inauguration at Tampa . Bay is 2 1/2 the length and Limehouse in the Gulfstream is equal to one length after the early impact and a very wide trip.

Delgado has seen the Super Chow’s raw talent become more refined with each start.

“I love sports — he was like a college basketball or football player,” says Delgado. He’s really good, but really immature. He tried a lot but he has talent.” “In his races, he’s matured through experience. I think he’ll make it to the pro. I think he’ll be there for a long time.”

Chantal Sutherland, undefeated in four races aboard the Super Chow, including his last three bet wins, won the mount back.

Courtlandt’s Farm General Jim back in the Swale for Hall of Fame coach Shug McGaughey. The son of into naughty running short of space while saving land for a long time, had to try to finish fourth in Mucho Macho Man at Gulfstream on January 1, only 1.5 miles behind first place finisher .

General Jim has won twice in his career starting five times, both times being successful on grass at Saratoga and Keeneland.

Luis Saez, who had boarded the train last time and in cadets McGaughey’s two winning attempts, got the mount back.

K and R Racing Stable and Town Branch Racing’s two of a kind , who had a rough ride chasing the Super Chow before finishing third in Limehouse, is about to return in Swale. Trainee Brian Lynch previously won the first two of his career, the first at Churchill Downs and a two-match victory at Tremont Stakes at Belmont Park. The son of overall analysis was laid off for seven months at Limehouse.

Joel Rosario is expected to ride Two of a Kind for the first time on Saturday.

by Arindel Keanu , who graduated while being laid off four and a half months ago; Purebred JFG’ Aaraj , an impressive debut winner on December 17; and sparrow king who’s about to win the race for ownership of Tampa on the pitch, come out.

Item: Claiborne Swale S. Farm (G3)

Gulfstream ParkSaturday, February 4, 2023, Race 6

  • Class III
  • 7f
  • dust
  • $125,000
  • 3 years old
  • 2:15pm (local)

This press release has been edited by BloodHorse Staff for content and style.


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