Tyler’s Tribe Returns March 30 Oaklawn Allowance
Tyler’s Tribe who was supposed to be back in Hot Springs Stakes April 1 at Oaklawn Park after two cases of respiratory bleeding last year, will instead race for an easier $103,000 grant on March 30 at the Arkansas oval. The one-mile, two-turn race is open only to 3-year-olds who have not won a race other than a maiden, declared, starter, or state race at a mile or more.
Running within limits allows him to compete with Lasix dosing on race day.
Tyler’s Tribe, a prominent Iowa hybrid, won his first five races with open duration last year at grassland steppe, four of them bet, but none of them more than six stretched under regular custodian Kylee Jordan. The Sharp Azteca The gel was then relieved from bleeding during competition without Lasix in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint (G1T) at Keeneland and bleeding again in third place in the diuretic race during the Advent Stakes on December 9 in Oaklawn. Then he got a month off at a nearby farm.
Coach Tim Martin, who co-owns the 3-year-old with Thomas Lepic, said: “I think the distance would be better for the bleeding. “If there’s speed in it, I think he’ll judge. Kylee said he’ll judge. She always says that.
“He’s good. He’s good again. I watched him after every work. Clean as a whistle.”
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