Monday, October 14 2013


Keeneland Barn Notes for Sunday, Oct. 13


• KITTEN’S DUMPLINGS EXITS QUEEN ELIZABETH II CHALLENGE CUP IN GOOD ORDER
• SATURDAY CROWD KEEPS KEENELAND ATTENDANCE ON A ROLL
• RAHYSTRADA, TEMERAINE SET FOR REMATCH IN THURSDAY’S SYCAMORE
• GALLOPING OUT





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$400,000 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1)


Mike Maker (winning trainer of Kitten’s Dumplings)

“Good ones are easy to (train). She’s a little tough to deal with. She needs more schooling in the winner’s circle. She looked a little nervous in there.”

On why jockey Julien Leparoux rode the filly onto the track early while the remainder of the field stayed in the paddock and walking ring

“With the crowd today at Keeneland (32,717, a record attendance for the fall meet), we thought we’d get her out of there and play it a little safe.”





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$100,000 Buffalo Trace Franklin County (L)


Eduardo Caramori (winning trainer of Queen’s Award)

“We knew she was running at the end, but we didn’t know if she’d be in time to catch (the leader). We got lucky today.”

On whether he was concerned when she was far back early in the race

“No. That was the plan. Kent (Desormeaux) knew the filly; he rode her in Chicago (in which she was second in the Grade 3 Chicago Handicap on June 29). He rode her with confidence. We needed a Hall of Fame rider to do a Hall of Fame ride, and he did it today. We got it today because of Kent.”





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Friday, October 11 2013


Keeneland Barn Notes for Friday, Oct. 11


• MADAME GIRY TAKES ON DEEP FIELD IN BID FOR BUFFALO TRACE FRANKLIN COUNTY REPEAT
• TEAM BROWN LOOKING FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE QE II WIN
• LEIGH COURT FACES TOUGHEST TEST IN QE II
• CLOSING-DAY HAGYARD FAYETTE ATTRACTS 32 NOMINATIONS
• GALLOPING OUT





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Keeneland Barn Notes for Thursday, Oct. 10


• KITTEN KABOODLE FINE AFTER JPMORGAN CHASE JESSAMINE PERFORMANCE
• TAGG HOPES CAROLINE THOMAS WILL EMULATE MOTHER IN QE II
• HUGHES BACK HOME AS PLETCHER ASSISTANT
• GALLOPING OUT





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Keeneland Barn Notes for Thursday, Oct. 10


• KITTEN KABOODLE FINE AFTER JPMORGAN CHASE JESSAMINE PERFORMANCE
• TAGG HOPES CAROLINE THOMAS WILL EMULATE MOTHER IN QE II
• HUGHES BACK HOME AS PLETCHER ASSISTANT
• GALLOPING OUT





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Wednesday, October 09 2013


Keeneland Barn Notes for Wednesday, Oct. 9


• CONCISE LOOKS FOR BREAKTHROUGH WIN IN SATURDAY’S QE II CHALLENGE CUP
• FIRST EXTENDED STAY IN KENTUCKY PAYS OFF FOR CHANNING HILL






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Tuesday, October 08 2013


Keeneland Barn Notes for Tuesday, Oct. 8


• DEFENDING CHAMPION MADAME GIRY TOPS FIELD OF 12 FOR BUFFALO TRACE FRANKLIN COUNTY
• ARNOLD HAS DOUBLE-BARRELED ASSAULT SET FOR WEDNESDAY’S JP MORGAN CHASE JESSAMINE
• PROSPECTIVE FIELDS FOR THIRD-WEEK STAKES





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Monday, October 07 2013


Keeneland Barn Notes for Monday, Oct. 7


• EMOLLIENT DOING WELL AFTER EXCITING JUDDMONTE SPINSTER
• CATALANO TURNS OVER ACE IN BOURBON WITH POKER PLAYER
• GALLOPING OUT





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Sunday, October 06 2013


Juddmonte Spinster (G1) quotes


Bill Mott (winning trainer of Emollient)

“It was reminiscent of a couple of her past races where she’s taken herself back a little; she hasn’t broken as well as what she did in the spring. You could see we planned it (going to the front with jockey Mike Smith) tapping her on the shoulder leaving there and then we decided to go back to last.





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Bourbon Quotes


Wayne Catalano (winning trainer of Poker Player)

“I saw (jockey Channing Hill) was saving ground around the corner; everything was working out real nice. When he turned for home, he got clear right there, and I thought we had a big shot. I had two horses in the race. I was watching the 1 horse (School On a Hill) down on the rail. He was bottle-necked in there. I was hoping he’d get a little room, then all of a sudden here comes Poker Player on the outside getting clear running, and here we are.”





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Keeneland Barn Notes for Sunday, Oct. 6


• WISE DAN GOOD TO GO FOR BREEDERS’ CUP
• WE MISS ARTIE WELL AFTER DIXIANA BREEDERS’ FUTURITY VICTORY
• BETTER LUCKY IN GOOD FORM AFTER FIRST LADY TRIUMPH
• OWNER-TRAINER WARD SAVORS TCA VICTORY BY JUDY THE BEAUTY
• GROUPIE DOLL REMAINS ON TRACK FOR REPEAT BREEDERS’ CUP RUN
• WOODFORD WINNER HAVELOCK’S NEXT START BEING DETERMINED
• GALLOPING OUT





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