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Lextran to Offer Saturday Shuttle Between Keeneland and UK Spring Football Game

On Saturday, Lextran will provide shuttle service between Keeneland and Commonwealth Stadium at the University of Kentucky to enable fans to attend UK’s spring football game, which kicks off at noon ET, and the races, which begin at 12:35 p.m. Fans are encouraged to park at Keeneland at the designated tailgate location known as The Hill, ride the shuttle to Commonwealth Stadium and return to Keeneland to finish their day. Post time for Keeneland’s 11th and final race is 6:05 p.m. 

Probable Entrants for Upcoming Stakes

$350,000 COOLMORE JENNY WILEY (G1) (entries taken Wednesday; race Saturday) – Akatea (IRE), Dacita (CHI), Illuminant, Recepta, Tepin, Tiger Ride, Wekeela (FR).

$200,000 BEN ALI (G3) (entries taken Wednesday; race Saturday) – Ami’s Holiday, Breaking Lucky, Doyouknowsomething, Eagle, General a Rod, Neck ‘n Neck.

Dothraki Queen Returns to the Turf for 2016 Debut

Magdalena Racing’s Dothraki Queen, runner-up in the Darley Alcibiades (G1) and third-place finisher in the 14 Hands Winery Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) here last fall on the main track, will make her 2016 debut in Thursday’s 28th running of the $125,000 Appalachian (G3) Presented by Japan Racing Association at a mile on the turf.

Catch a Glimpse Back on the Scene of Biggest Win

David Carroll, now an assistant to trainer Mark Casse, remembers the first time he saw Catch a Glimpse.

“I was on the outside rail at the Breeders’ Cup here,” Carroll said, referring to the City Zip filly’s victory in the Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1).

Fast forward to April 2016, and Carroll is working up close and personal with Catch a Glimpse, who last week was named Canadian Horse of the Year for 2015 among her three Sovereign Awards.

Nyquist Jogs on Training Track; Work Scheduled Friday

Reddam Racing’s Nyquist jogged three times around Keeneland’s 5/8-mile all-weather training track Tuesday morning with regular exercise rider Jonny Garcia aboard.

“That is our standard routine at home to gallop a day and then jog,” said Jack Sisterson, assistant to trainer Doug O’Neill. “He trained on the training track several times here last fall before the Breeders’ Cup.”

Tom Leach Interviews Trainers with Horses in Upcoming Stakes and One Celebrating Anniversary

Keeneland racing analyst Tom Leach interviewed three trainers with horses in Friday’s $300,000 Maker’s 46 Mile (G1) and one trainer celebrating a notable anniversary:

Brian Lynch on Heart to Heart in the Maker’s 46 Mile and Baciami Piccola (GB) in Thursday’s Appalachian (G3) Presented by Japan Racing Association.

Keeneland Barn Notes for March 31

POST POSITIONS FOR THE $1 MILLION TOYOTA BLUE GRASS (G1)
AND $500,000 CENTRAL BANK ASHLAND (G1), TO BE RUN SATURDAY, APRIL 4, WILL BE DRAWN TODAY AT 4 P.M.

Keeneland Barn Notes for March 28

  • GRADE 1 MAKER’S 46 MILE ATTRACTS 22 NOMINATIONS
  • STEPHANIE’S KITTEN TOPS ROSTER OF 30 NOMINATIONS FOR GRADE 1 JENNY WILEY
  • DAREDEVIL, WICKED STRONG, LADY ELI, SUNSET GLOW AMONG TOP NAMES NOMINATED TO SECOND WEEKEND STAKES
  • PROBABLE FIELDS FOR OPENING WEEKEND STAKES

 

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