- Mongol Bull Arrives on the top in Kentucky
- Rain Won’t Keep Lapinski from Grade I Start
MONGOL BULL Arrives On The Top IN KENTUCKY
Bradlee Rainwater’s Mongol Bull, a 6-year-old boy of Hard Spun, notched victory around the final day’s the Kentucky Downs meeting. Based at Arlington Worldwide Racecourse for that summer time, the multiple graded-stakes-placed gelding was coming off two races by which he lost a photograph in the wire at Ellis Park and Arlington. He demonstrated to not require the extra ground he received in Kentucky, rather leading by two lengths because they joined the stretch and finishing strong to win by 3¼ lengths. It had been his first win of year.
“He left the race fine, he’s succeeding,Inches Rainwater stated. “We will most likely wait per week, observe how he’s doing after which start searching for his next race.”
One possibility is really a begin in the Grade III Woodford Stakes at Keeneland on March. 8. Mongol Bull finished second by half an overall length within the 2014 edition behind Group I champion No Nay Never.
“That’s the race we’re leaning to,” Rainwater commented. “The [short turnaround] is an issue. We’ll nominate him, but when it doesn’t seem like he’s ready over time we’ll wait to check out another thing.Inches
“It could be different if he was stabled lower there, but shipping around takes a bit more from them.”
Mongol Bull was claimed by Rainwater from Ganbat Enebish in 2013, who purchased him like a yearling for $22,000 in the Keeneland September purchase. In 2014 he won four races, three going short around the grass at Arlington, before his second-place finish within the Woodford. He finished third within the Grade III Parx Dash Handicap last summer time. Hard-trying runner started his 2016 season in May by having an off-the-board finish within the Grade III Turf Sprint at Churchill Downs off a lengthy layoff but returned to operate second within the Recognition the Hero Stakes at Canterbury in the next start.
RAIN WON’T KEEP LAPINSKI FROM GRADE I START
Godolphin Racing’s debut champion Lapinski will address 13 rivals within the Grade I Natalma Stakes at Woodbine on Sunday, Sept. 18. The Two-year-old daughter of Street Cry (IRE) originated from rich the interest rate in her own begin at Arlington Worldwide Racecourse to secure victory with a nose within the five-furlong turf maiden. Trainer Mike Stidham was extremely pleased using the effort, and shows no hesitation about her chances in stretches to some mile while going for a big step-up at school.
“We’re happy with how she’s progressed and incredibly excited for that race,” Stidham stated.
Although the Toronto track is going to be receiving rainstorms the mid-day and previous night the race, and Sunday’s the weather is unknown, Stidham does not have any immediate concerns about his filly racing on the softer course.
“The best way we wouldn’t run is that if it rained so difficult it grew to become unsafe. Even when they were given enough rain to remove it the turf, I’d still run her around the Tapeta.”
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