There’s nothing like a starting gate full of juvenile fillies going long on the grass around two turns at Keeneland. Think trips are going to matter?
The question was asked facetiously, but there might actually be an easy answer. If Jezebel’s Kitten (4-1) demonstrates the turn of foot she demonstrated at Kentucky Downs, it looks like she could run down anything.
Plus super-trainer Brad Cox’s horses are running out of this world. Florent Geroux is already familiar with her and should be full of confidence going into this.
With four works since winning the KD Juvenile Fillies, she likely has some energy in reserve and owns laudably versatility, front running to win on debut prior to her boom rally in win in western Kentucky.
We’re taking Jezebel’s Kitten to win, no price restrictions, key-boxing exactas with Sweet Melania (9-2) and price shots Morning Gold (10-1) and Swanage (8-1).
YESTERDAY: Wicked Whisper paid a fair price but Four Wheel Drive didn’t. But if only we could go 2-for-2 every day…