Tizamagician had his first breeze since the Grade III Cougar II, working a solo half-mile in 49 seconds flat on a foggy Saturday morning.
Being the first work out of the race, it was intended to be on the easy side which we have seen in the past. Tizamagician accomplished this with ease, never being asked for anything from exercise rider Austin Solis.
XBTV Workout Video
Tizamagician will be nominated for the Grade I Pacific Classic, along with the Grade III $200,000 Greenwood Cup at Parx. The Greenwood Cup is contested at the one mile and one half distance which Tizamagician has found a home at. With the ultimate target and goal being the Grade II Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Stakes on Breeders’ Cup Friday, this spot will be strongly considered as his prep.
A look at Vertical Threat being saddled for the G1 Bing Crosby at Del Mar!
In the paddock with Vertical Threat for the G1 Bing Crosby!
Daddy’s Joy has been entered in Friday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park.
A claiming $12,500 for fillies and mares, three years old and upward, which have never won two races. Daddy’s Joy will be in for the claiming tag of $12,500. This claiming event will be contested going 5 furlongs over the Gulfstream turf course. Rails will be set at 36 feet. Daddy’s Joy drew post position 7 in a field of 12 horses.
Regular pilot, Edgard Zayas, will be returning in the irons.
Post time is approximately 2:00pm ET.
Following Psychedelic Shack’s half-mile breeze in 49.64 seconds this morning in Saratoga, the colt exhibited slight lameness in his right hind leg while cooling out at the barn.
There is currently no filling in the leg and Psychedelic Shack is comfortable and eating.
Trainer Christophe Clement will do a soundness check tomorrow morning which likely will be followed by diagnostics to pinpoint the cause of the lameness.
As a result, Psychedelic Shack was not entered in Thursday’s Maiden Special Weight, which incidentally didn’t fill and was not carded.
This weekend is the last weekend for Can’t Hush This to be hand-walked. He will begin being turned out in a small round pen in the coming days!
Please enjoy this conformation photo of Can’t Hush This taken yesterday.
Social Dilemma returned to the track on Thursday morning to resume galloping, after three days of hand walking following her race last Sunday. As a standard, trainer Al Stall Jr. always allows his fillies three days of hand walking after racing to help keep them fresh. Social Dilemma has exited her race in good form and will likely breeze next weekend.
Our 2-year-old daughter by Into Mischief, Inalattetrouble is enjoying her paddock time while at Silver Springs Farm in Lexington, Kentucky.
Star Six Nine worked three furlongs over the Silver Springs dirt track this morning. The 2-year-old colt by Dialed in went in company covering the ground in 37.60 seconds with a gallop out of 52.20 seconds. Star Six Nine was positioned down on the rail and was much the better horse today out working his company.
Please enjoy this video we received of Star Six Nine coming off of the track today, after his breeze still feeling quite fresh.