10 winners of graded bets Breeze wednesday

I’m still looking for his first win in over a year, Azul Coast Produce a Wednesday morning bulletproof workout for trainer Bob Baffert.

The 5-year-old Super Saver horse that finished first at the 2021 Native Diver Championship (G3) in Del Mar clocked 47.6 seconds for the half-mile, the fastest of 28 such runs in Santa Anita. he f Like a kingRowing at Turfway Park, produced the only two reported shots on Wednesday for graded stakes winners operating across North America.

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Azul Coast has only raced twice this year, finishing last in both Awesome Again (G1) on October 1 and an allowance race on November 6, both at Santa Anita.

The ten exercises for the graded stakes winners were reported on Wednesday.

Azul Coast (Super Saver), the Grade Three winner (2021 Native Diver), ran four furlongs in 47.6 seconds at Santa Anita on Wednesday morning. He was the fastest of the 28 distance acts. His previous work six days ago was going to four furlongs at Santa Anita. In his final start, he finished fifth in the one-mile allowance race at home track at Santa Anita on November 6 for trainer Bob Baffert.

Like a king (Palace Malice), Grade 3 winner (2021 Jeff Ruby Stakes), ran four furlongs in 46.8 seconds at Turfway Park. He was the fastest of the 49 distance acts. It was his first action since his last race. On his final start, he finished fifth in an allowance race over 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Woodbine on October 23 for trainer Mark Cass.

Take to the road (More Than Ready), Grade 1 winner (2021 Frank E. Kilrow Mile), worked five furlongs in 1:01.2 at Santa Anita. It was only remote work. His previous work was nine days ago going five furlongs at Santa Anita. On his final start, he finished eighth in the Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational (G1) going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Gulfstream Park on January 29 for trainer Dan Blacker.

mani wah (He Will Take Over), Grade 2 winner (2022 Phoenix), worked four furlongs out in 52.8 seconds at Keeneland. It was the slowest action at a distance. It was his first action since his last race. On his final start he finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint going six furlongs out on the main track at Keeneland on November 5 for the Wayne Catalano-trained.

And the winner is (Oscar Performance), winner of the Grade 2 (2022 Bourbon), worked four furlongs out in 48.2 seconds at Keeneland. It was the second fastest at a distance of 11 acts. It was his first action since his last race. On his final start he finished seventh in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf going one mile on the turf at Keeneland on November 4 for trainer Wayne Catalano.

Humbrey (Proud National), Grade 2 winner (2021 Joe Hernandez), worked four furlongs out in 49.2 seconds in San Luis Rey. It was the third fastest at a distance of six acts. His previous work six days ago was going to four furlongs in San Luis Rey. In his final start, he finished fifth in Thunder Road (G3) leading one mile on the turf at Santa Anita on February 6 for trainer Peter Miller.

Tizamagician (Tezno), a two-time Grade 3 winner (2021 Cougar 2, 2021 Tokyo City Cup), was worked four furlongs out in 48.2 seconds at Santa Anita. He was the fourth-fastest 28-miler. His previous work five days ago was going six furlongs at Santa Anita. On his final start he finished third in the Tokyo City Cup (G3) run over a mile and a half on the main track at Santa Anita on October 2 for the trainer Richard Mandela.

Chateau (Flat Out), Grade III winner (2021 Tom Fool Handicap), worked four furlongs in 50.2 seconds at Belmont Park. It was the 53rd fastest of the 97 works over the distance. His previous work was eight days ago going to four furlongs at Belmont Park. On his final start he finished third in an allowance race going six furlongs out on the main track at Belmont Park on June 17 for the trainer Rob Atras.

cellist (Big Blue Kitten), Grade III winner (2022 Louisville), worked five shutouts in 1:02.8 in Keeneland. He was the fastest of the three acts over a distance. His previous work before Seven Days was going to four furlongs at Keeneland. On his final start he finished seventh in the Sycamore (G3) run over one and a half miles on the turf at Keeneland on October 14 for the trainer Rusty Arnold.

Spread (Medaglia d’Oro), the Grade Three (2022 Commonwealth) winner, ran four furlongs in 48.6 seconds at Palm Meadows. It was the second fastest at a distance of 11 acts. His previous work seven days ago was going four furlongs at Palm Meadows. On his final start he finished fourth in an allowance race cut 6 1/2 furlongs over the main track at Keeneland on October 19 for the trainer Brendan Walsh.

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