Looking to challenge Windsor Castle will be Barry Seinfeld's Country Be Gold, an overachieving son of Squall, won more than $239,000 last year, chasing the likes of two-time Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) winner Tiznow, Aptitude, and Albert the Great in races like the Woodward and Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I).
Country Be Gold, who drew post three and will be piloted by Richard Migliore, makes his second start of the year in the Westchester. The field for Wednesday's grade III Westchester Handicap includes: Tempest Fugit (Shaun Bridgmohan, 113); King's Messenger (Norberto Arroyo Jr., 112); Country Be Gold (Migliore, 113); Comic Genius (Aaron Gryder, 112); Dayton Flyer (Jorge Chavez, 112); Free of Love (Jerry Bailey, 112); Seeking Daylight (Edgar Prado, 111); Open Sesame (John Velazquez, 112); Griffinite (Paul Toscano, 114); and Windsor Castle (Davis, 113).