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Instinctive Rhythm has all the right moves at Aqueduct / Monday, November 30, 2020

Instinctive Rhythm wrapped up Thanksgiving weekend with a well-deserved breakthrough in an $80,000 maiden race at Aqueduct. The 3-year-old gelding had been knocking on the door, consistently running well for trainer George Weaver, and this time he got the job done with a nice assist from red-jockey Jose Lezcano.

West Point discovered Instinctive Rhythm at the 2019 OBS March sale of two-year-olds in training. On Sunday, he carried the pink silks of co-owner Randy Hill.

West Point COO Tom Bellhouse was on hand at Aqueduct and spoke to Fox Sports 2 in the winner’s circle:

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