Ringsakiddy finished fourth, followed by even-money favorite Denon, Straight Flush, Our Main Man, and Coyote Lakes. El Gran Papa was scratched.Continental Red is a 6-year-old chestnut son of Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I) winner Flying Continental out of the unraced Glaros mare Sharp Looking Lady. The San Luis Rey marks his first stakes win after three runner-up performances in stakes company, including his two most recent starts. He has now won five of 39 career starts."I guess the San Juan (Capistrano, gr. IT on April 21) is the logical next spot," said winning trainer Ian Jory. "I don't think distance (about 1 3/4 miles) is a problem for him."Keemoon might also try the boys again in the San Juan Capistrano, according to Drysdale.
"She certainly runs well fresh," said the conditioner. "We'll either look at the San Juan or the Bewitch (gr. IIIT, Keeneland, April 25)." (Chart, Equibase)