Occurrence was an outstanding winner in his launching at Gulfstream Park and is 14-1 in the most recent Kentucky Derby Future Wager
Godolphin LLC’s Occurrence, a fantastic 8 1/2- length launching winner, is set up to make an extremely prepared for go back to the races Thursday at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla.
The Brendan Walsh student will heading a field of 6 3-year-olds in an entry-level optional declaring allowance, a one-turn mile occasion carded as Race 8.
Occurrence debuted on the $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) undercard at Gulfstream Jan. 23, brushing with a competing soon after the start prior to asserting himself on the backstretch and drawing away under covers to finish 7 furlongs in 1:23.
The Feb. 27 Fasig-Tipton Eternal Youth (G2) at Gulfstream had actually been an objective for the homebred boy of Medaglia d’Oro prior to missing out on an essential exercise by a short health problem.
” It was small, a cough, however that put him out of any factor to consider for the Eternal youth,” Walsh stated. “He’s worked back because and has actually worked truly well. He worked truly great Friday, so we more than happy with him. It will be a good development tomorrow going a mile from seven-eighths.”
A Kentucky Derby (G1) preparation is a next-start possibility, depending upon his go back to the races Thursday.
” If we do, depending upon tomorrow, it would be among the really last ones, like the Arkansas Derby, the Wood or the Blue Lawn,” Walsh stated. “However I dislike to look any additional ahead than tomorrow.”
Tyler Gaffalione has the return install aboard Occurrence.
David Fawkes-trained Caxambas Sweet, who won by 4 3/4 lengths in his Feb. 17 launching in a mile off-the-turf maiden unique weight race; and Gail Cox-trained Tio Magico, a child of Uncle Mo who ended up second in the Nov. 1 Crowning Futurity at Woodbine last time out; are amongst Occurrence’s competitors.
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