It’s Truly Ahvee our 3-yr. old colt continues to have a ligament problem down in Florida. He will be taken to the clinic to see whether Stem Cell Therapy is called for or what other treatment can help him recover. This is not good news. At best, he will be out quite a while unless the ultrasound does not show anything.
Katy’s Office Girl seems tired and thin. She will be given a little rest. If she doesn’t do better on the grass at Belmont, she will be put into claiming races until she reaches a level that she can win at or until someone claims her or both. Of course, neither is a possiblity too.
Holy Blitzer is back and had her first breeze and is looking great, according to Linda. I wonder if she will still look great next month, when she will, hopefully, race on the Belmont grass.
Cricky’sGoldenEyes and Hear the Footsteps also look good. Linda is particularly excited by the way Footsie looks. They are both aiming for races next month at Belmont.
It looks like Ahvee’s Destiny and Awakino Cat will do the tandem thing again at Gulfstream next Thursday in a 5 furlong Turf (grass) sprint. Hopefully, they’ll both do better than last time. More to come after the entries are announced and we can see whom they will be running against. Samantha, the Assistant Trainer in charge down in Florida thinks they both look great.
In short, we have many horses that look great…. but we don’t know if they can run! We can, however, dream…. and we will!
Have a nice weekend,