Can’t Hush This Workout Report

Can’t Hush This (outside) worked a half-mile at Churchill Downs this morning in 48.80 seconds on trainer Tom Amoss’s stopwatch. Tom was very happy with today’s work and should have a race picked out for Can’t Hush This by next week when he works again.

Can’t Hush This Gallop

Can’t Hush This exited his breeze in good order and hit the track for a routine gallop this morning. We stopped by for a visit after training, where his groom said that Can’t Hush This is much more respectful in the barn since being gelded. As you can see, he still likes to be the class clown, which may always be part of his personality, but he is much quieter overall.

We are excited to see how all of this translates into Can’t Hush This’ upcoming breezes and races.

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Can’t Hush This Workout Report

Can’t Hush This had his first work back at Churchill Downs since being gelded, working a half-mile in 49.00 seconds. Trainer Tom Amoss was pleased with this morning’s breeze, noting that it was meant to be an easy work and nothing too serious. We will get a better grasp on where Can’t Hush This is in his training in the coming weeks, as his breezes ramp-up.

Can’t Hush This breezed at 5:30 this morning, so we do not have video of the work.

Can’t Hush This Training

Come join your fellow MyRacehorse owners and our staff at Churchill Downs to kick off Derby Week on Saturday, April 30th, starting at 7:15 a.m. to see Derby and Oaks contenders train and watch Can’t Hush This train! Click here to sign up for the event!

Can’t Hush This Update

Can’t Hush This has returned to galloping since being gelded. Additionally, Can’t Hush This is already showing a slightly more mellow and snuggly demeanor in his stall, which is a positive sign.