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Clockers Corner: 2/11-2/17 (Wednesday)

February 17, 2010 · By · Share

Welcome to "Clockers Corner".  On this page you will be able to see all West Point Thoroughbreds breezers for the week and comments.  We hope you enjoy and come back daily.

Horse Date
Track Distance Time
Rank
Boulder Creek
2/17
HOL
5F
1:01.00
5/9
Cinco de Mayo Mio
2/17
PM
4F
50.40
27/33
Edenise
2/17
HOL
4F
48.80
13/25
Fitz Just Right
2/17
PM
4F
51.90
18/19
Montana Knight
2/17
PM
4F
50.00
13/19
Awesome Gem
2/16
HOL
5F
59.80
1/25
Beloved Deputy
2/16
HOL
5F
1:00.60
6/25
Camp Victory
2/16
SA
4F
47.20
8/35
Cantankerous Clyde
2/16
HOL
5F
1:03.20
22/25
Belle of the Hall
2/15
PM
3F
39.40
5/5
Belo Sorte
2/15
GP
5F
1:00.60
1/8
Mine For Love
2/15
PHA
5F
1:03.00
4/21
South Bronx
2/15
BEL
4F
48.800
21/84
Buzzin and Dreamin
2/14
OP
5F
1:02.60
23/53
Justwhistledie
2/14
PAY
4F
51.00
14/17
Mesa Thunder
2/14
HOL
4F
48.80
7/26
Tapit's Brew
2/14
PM
4F
50.40
49/63
Bellhouse
2/12
PM
4F
49.60 15/46
Merus Miami
2/12
GG
4F
48.00
2/26
Awesome Gem
2/11
HOL
4F
48.00
3/13
Fitz Just Right
2/11
PM
4F
50.00
31/53
Grey Chatelaine
2/11
GG
4F
51.40 25/28
Mr. Fantasy
2/11
PM
4F
48.90
11/53

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday:
Boulder Creek breezed an immaculate five furlongs in 1:01 flat this morning at Hollywood. The work was 5th of 9 at the distance. He went so easily that he earned a breezing notation. Boulder Creek had a target to run at, and he finished strongly and galloped out great. We are on target for the $150,000 Sham Stakes(G3) on February 27th at Santa Anita. Victor Espinoza has given us the call back for the ride.

Cinco De Mayo Mio breezed a good half-mile in 50.40 on Wednesday at Palm Meadows. The work was 27th of 33 at the distance. Tom liked how she breezed and said that she cooled out well afterwards. The cut she suffered last week was not an issue and looks good. We will work back in the middle of next week and should have a better idea of how far we are from running after another work.

Edenise worked a solid half-mile in 48.80 this morning at Hollywood. The work was 13th of 25 at the distance. Craig Dollase added blinkers for the breeze and thought it helped Edenise some with his focus. We are on target to run him back in early March.

Fitz Just Right breezed an easy half-mile in 51.90 on Wednesday at Palm Meadows. The work was 18th of 19 at the distance. Tom said we continue to manage Fitz Just Right's ankles. He has not yet nailed down a return race for her. She remains on schedule to run in March.

Montana Knight breezed an easy half-mile in 50 flat on Wednesday at Palm Meadows. The work was 13th of 19 at the distance. Mike Hushion wanted to give him a nice easy work to give him a positive experience after his rough last trip. Mike felt that we could start looking for another race for him after we see how he comes out of this breeze. He appeared to cool out fine today. 

Tuesday:
Awesome Gem breezed a beautiful five furlongs in 59.80 on Tuesday at Hollywood. The work was the best of 25 at the distance. Craig could not have been happier with the work. Awesome Gem will work six furlongs next week. He is on target for a prep race at the beginning of March and remains on target for the $500,000 New Orleans Handicap(G2) on March 27th the Fair Grounds.

Beloved Deputy worked a good five furlongs in 1:00.40 on Tuesday at Hollywood. The work was 6th fastest of 25 at the distance. This was her first five furlong breeze and Craig felt that she really got something from it. He was pleased with how she finished up. He expects her to be ready to run in 3-4 weeks.

Camp Victory breezed a perfect half-mile in 47.20 on Tuesday at Santa Anita. The work was 8th of 35 at the distance. Camp Victory appears none the worse for wear after his cough. They gave him a short run of antibiotics, so we'll likely look for a new spot toward the end of the month or early in March.

Cantankerous Clyde breezed an easy half-mile by design in 1:03.20 on Tuesday at Hollywood. The work was 22nd of 25 at the distance. Craig felt the last couple works were too fast, so he wanted to get him to slow down a little bit. Craig said he thinks he is going to work Clyde with Awesome Gem next week. If all goes well he will run in 3-4 weeks. 

Monday:
Belle of the Hall breezed another easy three furlongs in 39.40 on Monday at Palm Meadows. She went by herself, and Tom Albertrani said, "she went well." She's over the little fever that caused her to miss last week's breeze and looks on target for a March start.

Belo Sorte breezed a bullet five furlongs in 1:00.60 on Monday at Gulfstream. The work was the best of eight at the distance. We are ready to run. Dale is going to get the racing secretary to write an extra 30k non-winners of two claimer going short on the dirt within the next couple weeks.

Mine For Love breezed five furlongs in 1:03 flat on Monday at Philadelphia Park. He actually did show up on the worktab, but the clockers recorded him as Five For Love. The work was the 4th fastest of 21 at the distance. Lupe was very pleased and noted that Mine For Love did not really even get tired. He thought he might since it was his first five furlong breeze and the track was slow and deep Monday morning. Lupe indicated that we are on target for a March debut.

South Bronx breezed a good half-mile in 48.88 on Monday at Belmont. The work was 21st of 84 at the distance. We are all set for Friday's race.

Sunday:
Buzzin and Dreamin
worked a solid five furlongs in 1:02.60.  Wayne Lukas feels that we should have gotten a lot from the first race back, and we'll look to wheel right back.

Justwhistledixie breezed another easy four furlongs in 51 flat on Sunday at Payson Park. The work was 14th of 17 at the distance. Bill Mott feels that Dixie has handled her trip across country better than she did the flight south from New York. We are on target for the $100,000 Sabin Stakes(G3) on February 27th at Gulfstream Park.  

Mesa Thunder breezed another good half-mile in 48.80.  He went by himself and was well in hand throughout.  Craig Dollase said that we are on target to return to the starting gate at the end of the month or the first part of March.

Tapit's Brew worked an easy half-mile in 50.40 by himself at Palm Meadows.  The clockers did not catch the move, but Tom Albertrani said, "He worked well."  We are not too far away from being ready to run.  We should see him back in the starting gate in March.

Friday:
Bellhouse
worked a strong half-mile n 49.60 at Palm Meadows.  Tom Albertraini reported that Bellhouse went by himself, and he added an extended cup blinker today.  Bellhouse was much more focused, and he remained straight and strong throughout.  We should be on target to debut in the first half of March.

Merus Miami breezed a spectacular half-mile in 48 flat at Golden Gate.  O.J. said Merus Miami galloped out five-furlongs in 1:01 flat in hand and cooled out perfectly after the breeze.  Merus Miami will work back next week.  Our fallback race remains the "two other than" allowance on March 6th at Golden Gate, but if we work well next week we will also look for any possible races before the 6th at Santa Anita.

Thursday:
Awesome Gem
breezed a perfect half-mile in 48 flat at Hollywood.  Craig Dollase said he is training like a three-year-old.  We are on schedule to run at the end of the month or right at the beginning of March.  Our goal remains the Grade 2 New Orleans Handicap on March 27th at the Fair Grounds.

Fitz Just Right breezed a solid half-mile in 50 flat at Palm Meadows.  It was a good move, and she remains on a regular breeze schedule.  She looks primed for a return to the starting gate in March.

Grey Chatelaine breezed an easy half-mile in 51.40 at Golden Gate.  It was nothing more than a maintenance breeze.  We do not have any race picked out for her.  We are going to evaluate the situation with her full brother.

Mr. Fantasy breezed an excellent half-mile in 48.90.  Mike Hushion's assistant Graham caught him a couple ticks quicker.  After the work he texted us one word, "perfect."  He'll work back next week, and we should be able to start looking for a race in March.

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