Always Hopeful Training Photos

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<p class=”p1″>Always Hopeful exited his work in good order and galloped over the Keeneland main track this morning. He typically goes in the last set around 9:30 when there is very little traffic.</p>
<p class=”p4″>Photo Credit: Aaron Mattice</p>
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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”.

Always Hopeful Workout Report

Always Hopeful returned to the work tab at Keeneland this morning, working three furlongs by himself in 35.20 seconds. Trainer Cherie DeVaux mentioned that this morning’s breeze was a little quick, and Always Hopeful is mentally on go, but he did not fight the rider while being restricted, which is a huge positive, compared to what we saw when Always Hopeful was a colt.

Cherie says next week’s breeze will look very similar to today’s, except she would like to see a slower time. You can view Always Hopeful’s work here.