Horse Racing

Tyler’s Tribe ‘Really Healthy’ Before Advent Stakes

High hopes like Tyler’s Tribe arrived at Keeneland in early October to begin training for the start of the Breeders’ Cup (G1T) Juvenile Field Sprint (G1T) on 4 November. Unfortunately, it’s not for my 2-year-old son Sharp Azteca .

Quickly advancing to the front of the 12-horse field, the competitor also quickly fell behind the team, finishing last and disqualified after he bled from both nostrils for the first time according to coach Tim. Martin .

Tyler’s Tribe races without the diuretic Lasix – a medication used to stop bleeding in the respiratory tract – is not allowed in Kentucky in bets and 2-year-old races. He had run all five previous starts with the drug but had never trained with it. Horses running in Breeders’ Cup run without medication on race day.

“It was a full pitch of them and he took the lead right up there and he started moving away and then explosively he hit a brick wall. “He’s healthy, he’s never had any problems but this bleeding is a nightmare. It’s like, ‘wow’ what’s the chance for this to happen? It’s devastating.

“I think he was under a lot of stress. I’ve never given him Lasix before. I gave him three mL and then increased it to five, you can give 10, but I’ve never had any problems. bleeding or whatever. It was a big shock, didn’t see it coming.”

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Tyler's Tribe với Kylee Jordan tập luyện tại Keeneland vào ngày đầu tiên trên đường đua.  <br /> View and race at Keeneland on October 7, 2022.” src=”” style =”border-width: 0px;” title=”Tyler’s Tribe with Kylee Jordan training at Keeneland on the first day on the track.  <br /> View and race at Keeneland on October 7, 2022.”/><figcaption><small>Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt</small></p>
<p>Tyler Tribe with Kylee Jordan at Keeneland</p>
<p>After the race, Martin was treated with an Iowa-bred gel treatment and rested for 10 days before resuming training.  He is currently settling down at <span class=Oaklawn Parkwhere he passed twice in preparation for the start of the 9th of December Advent Stakes for 2-year-olds going 5 1/2 distances on the main track.

“I hit him twice and both times there was no blood or anything. I beat him in half the first time and then I went back and hit him 3/8 last weekend.

“He did well… I decided to keep putting him in at 5:30. That’s the distance he ran. I wanted to stretch him back, but I wanted to take advantage of Lasix right away. now. We decided to continue (Advent).”

Martin says Tyler’s Tribe looks happy to be back on the ground, and that running on grass has never been ideal for the sport even though he feels as though he’s not ready for the long haul. than.

Ngày 15 tháng 10 năm 2022: Tyler's Tribe và vận động viên đua ngựa Kylee Jordan, đánh <br /> 3 stretches at 39.80, on grass on Saturday morning at Keeneland<br /> Rick Samuels/The Blood-Horse” src=”” style=”border-width: 0px; ” title=”October 15, 2022: Tyler’s Tribe and equestrian Kylee Jordan, hit <br /> 3 stretches at 39.80, on grass on Saturday morning at Keeneland<br /> Rick Samuels/The Blood-Horse”/><figcaption><small>Photo: Rick Samuels</small></p>
<p>Tyler’s Tribe trains on the pitch at Keeneland ahead of the Breeders’ Cup</p>
<p>Before the World Championships Tyler’s Tribe, owned in partnership with Martin and Tom Lepic, was undefeated, having won all five of his starts at <span class=grassland steppe, includes the Prairie Meadows Freshman Bet on July 9, the Iowa Stallion Futures Bet, and the October 1 Iowa Cradle — all at five and a half or six.

“I really don’t want to (run him on the pitch) but he’s got the pedigree for that. His siblings, his dad and mom all run well on the pitch but I don’t want to run. 1/16 Martin said, “The track in Keeneland is much more tiring. I ran like three horses there and they were all tired… The track was a lot different. It’s a pretty deep track.”

Although he has never been to Oaklawn before, Martin says construction is going well. He added that the plan for next year will become clearer after the results of the race.

“He works really a little bit faster (in Oaklawn), he usually works pretty slowly. He works well and comes back well,” Martin said. “Everything looks really good. I’ll see how he performs in this race and we’ll start from there.

“I really wanted to stretch him out. I wanted to give him a long run. He seemed very fit, he was training well. I thought he was a nimble horse, and he did show it. I know people say it’s in Iowa, but there were some pretty good horses that went there and he hit them really badly.”

Rounding the field is Count Monet, CJ’s Storm, Too much information, How did he do that? , Happiness is a choice, dim departure , Alto . Streetand wild mule.

Item: Advent S.

Oaklawn ParkFriday, December 9, 2022, Race No. 8

  • STK
  • 5 1/2f
  • dust
  • $150,000
  • 2 years old
  • 3:46 pm (local)


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