pretty slow for him and I had a handful of horse all the way around. Just like in his last race he did it very easy and galloped out great." Dickinson said he may bring Tapit back to Laurel for another work before the colt's 3-year-old debut. Tapit had been sent to Palm Meadows training center to point for the Risen Star Stakes (gr. III), but bad weather and a shin problem cost him too much time, and the colt was sent back to Tapeta Farm, where had two works before vanning down to Laurel.Earlier this year, the Winchell family turned down a $3 million offer for the horse from owner Michael Gill.
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