Horse Racing

Love sparks hope to live up to high expectations

Stonestreet Stables’ Love Reigns looks set to continue her success in North America as she heads a field of 11 2-year-olds in the $250,000 Indian Summer Shares program presented by Keeneland Select on October 9. race 5 1/2 lasts at Keeneland is a Breeeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” competition, awarding paid winners to the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (G1T) on November 4 at St. Lexington racing.

She passed her first stint on Keeneland on April 29 before moving to Ascot Racecourse, where she finished fourth in the Queen Mary Stakes (G2) on June 15. In her debut There at Keeneland, she rolled 9 3/4 length on the last day of the song’s spring encounter.

Daughter of United States Navy Flag returned to the United States to win the Bolton Landing Stakes at Racecourse Saratoga August 21. In that race, she took the lead from a lackluster match Sweet melody at the beginning of the ramp, in the end win more than 2 1/2 lengths Danse Macabre .


Love Reigns, the 4-5 morning favorites in Sunday’s race, are coached by Wesley Ward, who won the Indian Summer Championship twice before — in 2021 with Averly Jane and 2019 with Kimari .

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Irad Ortiz Jr., who came out on top in all three of Love Reigns’ previous runs, was replaced by Paco Lopez. Ortiz has eight mounts on Sunday at the Aqueduct Racecourse, including Nest in Beldame Stakes (G2).

Steve Asmussen trained Private Creed ranked second most popular with the score 9-2. A pony of Jimmy Creed , he also won two of his first three starts. Private Creed broke her maiden on the first request at Ellis . Park July 30 and after his third attempt at the Skidmore Stakes in Saratoga, he won the Global Tote Junior Sprint at Kentucky Downs three-quarters of the upper length Sharp Aza Tack .

Another candidate is Mounsieur Coco (Bolt d’Oro ). Coached by Fausto Gutierrez, he ran three times, all in Gulfstream Park. After beating his maiden at the second question, he went on to win the Proud Man Stakes on August 28. He is yet to run on the pitch.

No Nay Hudson , another Ward intern, is pegged at 8-1 odds. This will be his second run at Keeneland after breaking his maiden run locally on land on April 28. He runs his second outing on land, fourth place shows in Tremont Stakes, then moved on to grass for his last time and finished second in the Skidmore Stakes in Saratoga.

The remainder of the field is rounded to Mo Stash (15-1), Ghent (20-1), Numero Seis (20-1), Bourbon therapy (30-1), Castelmola (30-1), Kbcya later (30-1) and Revere Note (50-1).

Item: Indian Summer S. Presented by Keeneland Select

KeenelandSunday, October 9, 2022, Race 6

  • STK
  • 5 1/2f
  • Turf
  • 250,000 dollars
  • 2 yo
  • 3:57 pm (local)


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