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Update: May 5, 2022 at 5:49 pm
Via Steve Sherack
LOUISVILLE, KY – There’s a good reason why coaches Steve Asmussen and Chad Brown are so confident leading up to the first Saturday of May.
Epicenter, back to pre-dawn routine on Thursday, trained with extreme energy with a powerful gallop at 5:45 a.m.
With the sunrise trying to break through the clouds, another vibrant crowd was on hand for a special 7:30am Derby/Oaks training session.
When he’s been around all week, the near-black Zandon is the star attraction for a 15-minute period. He just continues to cross the surface wonderfully with his big strides.
Jack is happy (Oxbow) crossed the track superbly against two-time Kentucky Derby-winning coach Doug O’Neill. However, with just one first win to his credit, he clearly needs to step up the Herculean way on Saturday.
Beautiful gray White Abarrio (Race Day) is another day that carries itself quite nicely. Impressive in both of his Gulfstream wins this term, he continues to put on good vibes.
Tiz the Bomb (Hit It a Bomb), which features a blue rein and matching rein for Kenny McPeek, has also attracted attention. How the synthetic/grass specialist was here in the afternoon could be a different story.
Simplify (Not this time) is very aggressive and is plunging quite hard in the rear.
One of the titles of Oaks Kathleen O. (Start up).
Common NBC sportsman Mike Tirico was spotted performing laps on the Churchill bench.
Al Gold owner and cancer survivor – so much fun told his story earlier this week–Has attracted a large crowd of media while her flashy chestnut Cyberknife (Gunman) was being cleaned up at the Brad Cox barn when training began to end.