Sunday, October 21 2012
Calder Barn Notes -
PROMISING JUVENILE FILLIES REGROUP FOR SUNDAY FEATURE
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (October 20, 2012) – Seven juvenile fillies have signed up to contest the Sunday feature at Calder Casino & Race Course, with both Arindel Farm’s Vitameta and Amy Gleaves, Bruce Hollander, and Cary Shapoff’s I Ain’t Gonna Lie looking to bounce back from failed summer stakes attempts in the six-furlong entry-level allowance.
Trained by Dave Fawkes, Vitameta was unveiled to a seven-length victory on July 1 in a five-furlong dash where the daughter of Street Sense led at every call, toying with her rivals before drawing clear in mid-stretch. The filly was subsequently shipped to Saratoga for her next start, the Grade 2 Adirondack Stakes, where she was forwardly-placed through the early stages of the race while chasing eventual winner Kauai Katie before stopping rather abruptly and galloping home the last of five.
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