Monday, November 2, 2009

Quick Catch Up.

2YO Breeders' Cup Hopefuls Go Easy

Smart Seattle & Zilva breezed in-company over the Santa Anita Pro-Ride surface on Saturday in :48 4/5 seconds. Televised on HRTV, the two fillies seemed to travel without any urging and made it a work that would certainly leave you optimistic.

Smart Seattle is expected to be one of the choices in the Juvenile Fillies Turf on Friday November 6. Zilva is expected to run in the Juvenile Fillies, just hours after her stablemate.

6-year-old German retired

Caprice, winner of the Robert G. Dick Memorial at Delaware Park in July has been retired. A winner of $225, 525 and two stakes races since entering the Herringswell barn, the daughter of Monsun will spend her after-the-races life in Kentucky as a NP Bloodstock broodmare.

Caprice also won the La Zanzara stakes at Santa Anita in February. The long-distance specialist retires with a career record of 4-for-24.

Silver Reunion back to galloping.

3-year-old Harlan's Holiday filly, Silver Reunion has returned to galloping after her attempt in the Grade III Valley View.

Silver Reunion seemed to not get along with the wet turf course at Keeneland. In result, Bluegrass Princess, whom Silver Reunion beat convincingly over Saratoga's firm course, picked up the pieces in the Valley View.

Silver Reunion looks to get back to the winner's circle, and on firm ground, in the November 14 Mrs. Revere at Churchill.

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