Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Mr. Fantasy is doing well since his romp at Saratoga. Mike reports that he is training very comfortably each day and he is set to breeze on Saturday morning at Belmont. If he comes out of the breeze in good shape, we will take dead aim on the $350,000 Vosburgh Invitational (gr. I) on October 2nd at Belmont. We think that our patience has paid off, and we think are in a good spot to notch a Grade 1 victory if Mr. Fantasy runs back to his last effort

Phosphorescent will be scoped over the next day or two in anticipation of a scheduled breeze on Saturday. Lupe wants to scope him on Friday before the work to make sure there is zero sign of mucus or irritation in his respiratory tract before the breeze. Lupe plans to breeze Phosphorescent this weekend then again next weekend in anticipation of his start in the $100,000 Maryland Million Turf Sprint on October 2nd at Laurel. Victor Molina has committed to come down to ride

Brave Monarch is back galloping at Belmont Park and doing very well. Mike indicated that he will return to the worktab next week. Both his splint and quarter crack are no longer an issue. If all goes well, we should see him debut in November at Aqueduct

The Defense Rests had a blister applied to both front legs earlier this week. He is walking the shedrow daily and will resume jogging at the end of this month or in early October. He will jog for about a month before galloping. If all goes well, we will likely see him return to the races early in 2011 at Aqueduct

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