Homewrecker Racing’s Point Me By, winner of the Bruce D. Stakes (G1) going a mile on the turf at Arlington on Aug. 14, tops a field of 13 3-year-olds entered Wednesday for Saturday’s 17th running of the $150,000 Bryan Station.
The Bryan Station, scheduled for a mile over the Keeneland turf course, will go as the eighth race on Saturday’s 10-race program with a 4:44 p.m. ET post time. First post is 1 p.m.
Trained by Eddie Kenneally, Point Me By has won two of four career starts and enters Saturday’s test off a seventh-place finish in the Franklin-Simpson (G2) at Kentucky Downs on Sept. 11.
Adam Beschizza has the mount and will break from post seven.
Scarlett Sky, winner of the Kentucky Utilities Transylvania (G3) here in April, will be making his first start since an off-the-board finish in the American Turf (G2) at Churchill Downs on May 1. Trained by Shug McGaughey, Scarlett Sky will break from post position nine and be ridden by Joel Rosario.
The field for the Bryan Station, with riders and weights from the inside, is: Hot Blooded (Miguel Mena, 118 pounds), In Effect (Florent Geroux, 118), Charles Chrome (Julien Leparoux, 118), Perfect Silent Cat (Luca Panici, 118), Hush of a Storm (Chris Landeros, 118), Like the King (John Velazquez, 118), Point Me By (Adam Beschizza, 122), Dyn O Mite (James Graham, 118), Scarlett Sky (Joel Rosario, 120), Yes This Time (Tyler Gaffalione, 120), Camp Hope (Brian Hernandez Jr, 118), Dreamer’s Disease (David Cohen, 118), Gallant Guy (Joe Talamo, 118).