Arnold said: “We didn’t think (the race) was down to luck, but she was going really fast and a lot of people thought it was downhill.
The almost black girl with her white male eyes, the most award-winning soccer star Oscar attested to her relationships’ appreciation of her with a 3 1/4 long score on November 26 in the $200,000 Fern Creek Stock.
“You always worry that it might be (a fluke), but (she showed) it’s not,” Arnold said. “It’s a leap that came from a maiden effort. Brad (Cox)’s (key of life ) is a very kind person, and we (far beyond) her along the way. I’m not surprised she ran well, I’m surprised she won like that.”
Destroyed from the gate by spin around , jockey Brian Hernandez Jr. kept Red Carpet Ready in second place after :22.38 opening quarter-finals and :45.63 half-miles before the small car loomed over with the treadmill operator around the final bend. Under constant encouragement, she took the lead over that opponent and widened her lead on the rope.
Ashbrook Farm and Upland Flats Racing, Red Carpet Ready ($16.84) timed 1:16.72 for 6 1/2 long tracks on the high speed main track .
Turnaround is kept in second place by the favored Key of Life, who is forced to stabilize at the turn when catching up to speed.
Bred in Kentucky by Lynn Schiff, the Red Carpet Ready became the first dirt road bet winner for the first Oscar Performance. The crossbred horse produces its first stake winner with And the winner is on October 9 Castle & Key Bourbon Stakes (G2T) at Keeneland.
Red Carpet Ready is the winner of the first bet made from her dam, Wild Silk (street feeling ). joke . Picked up by Ashbrook Farm’s Bo Bromagen for $180,000 in 2021 at Fasig-Tipton at The Saratoga Sale in upstate New York, Red Carpet Ready subsequently failed to meet her $100,000 reserve at the Batch. Ocala Breeders’ Olds-in-Training Company’s two-year spring sale.
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Under Tyler Gaffalione, the 2-year-old son of Nyquist second break with top recruitment Directions in: 22.38 on a quick dirt road. On the final turn, Strong took a half-time lead in: 45.55 with Top Recruit, coconut moussieur and Bourbon Bash All duel right behind.
During that time, Mr Bob moved up to third place and attempted to finish in Strong in 1:10.50 but failed to finish, with the leader crossing the lead a chunk ahead to win the race. the event lasted 6 1/2 in 1:17.12.
Popular Power ($7.16) improved his record to 2-1-0 from four starts and boosted his earnings to $207,390 for Don Adam’s Courtlandt Ranch.
“I rode him on his debut, and he showed some early speed that day,” Gaffalione said. “He had a really good ride today, and even putting pressure in the lead, he was ready to hold everyone off.”
Strong Ed Brown Stakes Victory at Churchill Downs
Mr. Bob is the second in-house executive, and dim departure third.
Bred in Kentucky by the Parks Investment Group, Strong’s last appearance was a disappointing ending in Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity (G1) October 8 in New York. Keeneland where he was 11th in the 14-horse field.
“Last time, nothing really went well in Breeders’ Futurity,” said Asmussen, Hall of Famer and all-time winning North American coach. “We regrouped after that race and decided to close the gap. We appreciated him very early on and he showed us who we think he is today.”
Powerful was the $525,000 purchase of Courtlandt from Paramount’s Sales for Keeneland’s September 2021 Annual Sale. He’s out pulpit mare Ancient who has three winners from three ponies to race.