Sixtythreecaliber Workout

Sixtythreecaliber went a half-mile over the Horseshoe Indianapolis track this morning. Working on the inside of company, the duo covered the ground in 48.80 seconds. Trainer Tom Amoss was there for the work and reported that she is still developing and growing into her body. She has a very long and lean body type.

Saturday Live Chat

MRH Partners,

Join us this Saturday, April 30th at 12:30 PM EST as our team chats with you about your horses stabled on the Mid-West circuit. Over the coming weeks, we’ll go circuit by circuit where our team will discuss 3 Hot Topics and then open the floor for questions, discussions, and debates.

Saturday’s Hot Topics:

-2-year-olds: Transitioning from Farm to Track Life
-Chasing Time: Check-In and Look Ahead
-Search Engine: Patience Paid Off

This interactive chat allows MyRacehorse partners to ask our team questions directly.

To submit your questions and attend the chat, please click this link here. The password is “MidWest”.

Sixtythreecaliber Update

We are happy to report that Sixtythreecaliber exited her race in good condition after her thrilling win yesterday! Trainer Tom Amoss reported that she looked good this morning. Her Beyer Speed Figure has not been posted yet, but we will follow up with an update once her BSF is out.

Sixtythreecaliber Win Photo Update

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Sixtythreecaliber Race Recap

There’s winning a race and then there’s WINNING A RACE. In an incredible display of competitiveness and determination, Sixtythreecaliber dug down deep to break her maiden tonight over eight rivals at Horseshoe Indianapolis.

Your gutsy 3-year-old filly and jockey Edgar Morales hit the lead after a half-mile was run in the two-turn, one-mile race, but by the time Sixtythreecaliber reached the quarter pole, the heat was turned up a couple of degrees. Two horses, one to her outside and one to her inside, were applying pressure. Most horses would have thrown in the towel at that point, particularly one who was only making her second career start. But Sixtythreecaliber wasn’t having any of that and bravely held sway between rivals and came away with a nose victory.

Sixtythreecaliber returned $10.20 and completed the distance in 1:40.47.

We’re so proud of our filly and we know her partners are feeling the same way about this extraordinary and hard-fought victory.

Congratulations to all of her owners and also to trainer Tom Amoss, who had Sixtythreecaliber primed for a big effort tonight and picked a terrific spot for her to graduate.

To order winner’s circle photos, please visit Coady Photography here.  At checkout, please use code MyRacehorse for 10% off.

Due to contractual issues, we don’t currently have a replay available to share of the race, but we will circle back with one when available.