The Thursday feature has attracted enough talent that the race should have a name up front of it, instead it’s a “2 other than, non-3, optional claimer.” But whatever it’s called, it’s a goodin’.
Time was when Jesus’ Team (6-1) would have been the early favorite, but that role seems split between surface-loving speedster Mish (9-5), leaving from the pole for Team Joseph/Zayas and Super Corinto (2-1), coming off an excellent placing in his U S debut.
And there’s no good reason why he couldn’t improve on that effort behind hard-hitting, track loving Noble Drama.
Second-time Lasix, second start off a layup, and the fact he’s a South American four-year-old he has upside development in his corner, too. Today’s added sixteenth and second turn should only help, too, considering he won at 11 furlongs in his native Chile.
Amador Sanchez is profitable in all relevant categories and his partnership with Hector Berrios has been a perfect fit thus far. This son of Super Saver from a Grand Slam mare could be a major handicap player in 2023.
Check out his Gulfstream debut on NOV 12, Race 10 and judge for yourself. Betting Super Corinto to win, no price restrictions and will key trifectas with the two named above, adding budding three year old Clapton (9-2) to the mix.