It’s Opening Day at Keeneland! If you are like me and not on track, and worse, AT WORK, then hopefully you know you can sneak a peek at live coverage by going to their website to watch each and every race.
Also don’t miss Barn Notes…
And Workouts and Clocker’s Comments…
The Grade I Darley Alcibiades is the Stakes feature for opening day and it is a test for 2 year old fillies going 1 & 1/16 on the polytrack. Many of these fillies will be stretching out for the first time. The morning line 5 to 1 choice is And Why Not, (a Saturday Afternoon horse) by Street Cry, out of Alchemist, by A.P Indy, who broke her maiden very stylishly at Saratoga in August. She was then thrown into the Grade 1 Spinaway, broke slowly and finished a well beaten third. This looks to be a talented filly who will love the added distance and may relish the polytrack.
Tu Endie Wei is undefeated on the Woodbine surface. She is another that should enjoy the streachout.
I would also take a little look at New Wave. She has won on the Arlington Park surface, and had a respectable race on turf in the PG Johnson to a nice filly.
This is a very nice group of fillies and the outcome will impact the Breeder’s Cup in four weeks.
The co feature is the Grade 3 Phoenix going 6 furlongs. Aikenite is a major player and is a “horse for the course” at Keeneland.
There is a Pick 4 starting (.50 minimum) in races 7-10. Pick 3’s also have a .50 minimum. And don’t forget the dime supers.
There is perhaps no finer racing on the planet. Enjoy it any way you can!
You are "corecto mundo" about Keeneland and their web site. Not only first class at the track (non better in my view) but one of the few websites that has a webcam (to wish on), race replays AND the "real time" Race on streamer!ReplyDelete
Someday I want to work there for a meet in one of those green jackets - it's on my bucket list.
Thanks for visiting!ReplyDelete
Yes, Keeneland is first class in everything they do, even their "track food" is the best.
I've been thinking about some Burgoo and Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce... YUM!!
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