Court Savvy Wins / Friday, June 2, 2017

Court Savvy got the job done for trainer Ralph Biamonte on Wednesday night at Woodbine.

The 4-year-old son of Court Vision broke his maiden in November before being freshened in Ocala over the winter.

He finished a game second in his seasonal bow on May 5 before winning this Ontario-Sired allowance going a mile on the turf.

Court Savvy got the job done for trainer Ralph Biamonte on Wednesday night at Woodbine.

The 4-year-old son of Court Vision broke his maiden in November before being freshened in Ocala over the winter.

He finished a game second in his seasonal bow on May 5 before winning this Ontario-Sired allowance going a mile on the turf.

 

  

 

“A special thank you to all of our Court Savvy Partners for their patience,” said West Point COO Tom Bellhouse. “It’s never an easy decision to send a sound horse with limited starts to the farm for the winter, but Ralph really thought he could be a solid allowance competitor coming back in the spring. It turns out he was right. The way Savvy laid it down in the stretch last night, you couldn't help but see the gorgeous striding horse we purchased at the Fasig Gulfstream Sale in 2015.”



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