Dream Rush, caught by Looky Yonder in the stretch during the Vagrancy Handicap (gr. II) at Belmont May 25 at 4-5, figures to to be the one beat again Saturday in her second start off a layoff in the six-furlong Princess Rooney Handicap (gr. I) at Calder Race Course.
- Dark Bay or Brown Filly
- Born 2004
- KY -Bred
|Trainer||Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.|
|Jockey||Edgar S. Prado|
|Owner||Robbins, lll, Lansdon, B.|
|Breeder||James Millar & Janice Millar|
|Looky Yonder View Five-Cross Pedigree||Johannesburg||Hennessy|
|Victorian Angel||Vice Regent|
|Twice an Angel|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Weanling||Chip Ozee||Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent for James and Janice Millar||$22,000|
|Yearling||Lansdon Robbins||Trackside Farm, agent for James and Janice Millar||$25,000|
|Racing or broodmare prospect||Brian Rose||Hidden Brook, agent||$300,000|
|Broodmare||Jean-Pierre De Gaste||Hunter Valley Farm, agent||$435,000|
Calder Race Course posted entries July 7 for its July 12 Summit of Speed, a card with a quartet of six-furlong graded stakes that has become the highlight of the year at the South Florida track.
Looky Yonder took down Dream Rush in the May 25 Vagrancy Handicap (gr. II), but the 4-year-old daughter of Johannesburg will have to deal with a whole new set of tough customers in the $150,000 First Flight Handicap (gr. II) July 4 at Belmont, including Rite Moment, who has been nearly flawless this season.
Making her first start in seven months, multiple graded stakes winner Dream Rush broke on top, showed her typical blazing speed and seemingly had the $147,000 Vagrancy Handicap (gr. II) put away halfway through the 6 1/2-furlong test. But Looky Yonder recovered from her poor break and came flying up the rail under Garrett Gomez to catch the odds-on favorite in the final strides to win by a length May 25 on the Belmont Park dirt.
Four-time graded stakes winner Dream Rush has proven she is the one to beat in the $150,000 Vagrancy Handicap (gr. II) May 25 at Belmont Park, but the 4-year-old Wild Rush filly must answer one major question: how will she respond to a nearly seven-month layoff?
The Carl Nafzger-trained Lady Joanne heads a field of nine in the $150,000-added Dogwood Breeders' Cup (gr. III) for 3-year-old fillies as Churchill Downs offers a stakes trio on its Saturday racing program.
|V. E. Day|