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  • Apr

    17
  • Contender

    Wicked Strong
  • Track (Condition)

    Belmont Park (Fast)
  • Workout

    Breezed 4F in 49.62
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  • Apr

    19
  • Contender

    Vicar's In Trouble
  • Track (Condition)

    Churchill Downs (Fast)
  • Workout

    Breezed 5F in 1:00.40
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  • Apr

    19
  • Contender

    California Chrome
  • Track (Condition)

    Los Alamitos (Fast)
  • Workout

    Handily ran 4F in 47.80
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  • Apr

    17
  • Contender

    General A Rod
  • Track (Condition)

    Churchill Downs (Fast)
  • Workout

    Breezed 5F in 1:01.14
  • Apr

    23
  • Contender

    General A Rod
  • Track (Condition)

    Churchill Downs (Fast)
  • Workout

    Breezed 5F in 1:03.40

Kentucky Derby Report -- April 24

The field for the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby is still not set, with a trio of recent defections opening spots for Uncle Sigh, Vinceremos and Harry's Holiday. Attrition always plays a part in the build-up and more than a handful of three-year-olds remain outside the bubble waiting for a spot to materialize.

Social Inclusion blazes three-eighths at Gulfstream

Although a run for Social Inclusion in the May 3 Kentucky Derby is still a possibility, the connections of the late-developing colt have decided to focus on the Preakness Stakes, the middle leg of the Triple Crown on May 17 at Pimlico, as their goal.

Ria Antonia Works, In Tune Takes First Trip Over Track / Longines Kentucky Oaks Update for Wednesday, April 23

UNTAPABLE (No. 1) – Winchell Thoroughbreds’ Untapable visited the starting gate and then galloped Wednesday morning under Angel Garcia at Churchill Downs in preparation for the May 2 $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI).

Untapable is trained by Steve Asmussen, who saddled Summerly to win the 2005 Oaks. Rosie Napravnik, who won the 2012 Kentucky Oaks on Believe You Can, has the mount on Untapable.

Hoppertunity, General A Rod Work at Churchill / Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands Update for Wednesday, April 23

VICAR’S IN TROUBLE (No. 2)/GENERAL A ROD (No. 15)/HARRY’S HOLIDAY (No. 20) – J. Armando Rodriguez’s General a Rod recorded his first official work at Churchill Downs in preparation for Kentucky Derby 140, covering five furlongs in 1:03.40 with splits of :13, :26.20, 39 and out six furlongs in 1:17.60 with exercise rider Joel Barrientos up for trainer Mike Maker.

Baffert Duo of Chitu, Bayern; Zito's Spot Top "Opening Night" Derby Trial

Curtis Green’s Spot, winner of the Swale Stakes (Grade II) and the Bob Baffert-trained duo of Tanma Corporation’s Chitu and Kaleem Shah’s Bayern headline a field of 10 horses entered Wednesday for the 90th running of the $150,000-added Derby Trial (GIII) on Saturday’s Opening Night Presented by Stella Artois and Finlandia Vodka at Churchill Downs.