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Whether this son of Bernardini found the right surface, jockey or rivals or he's just a late-bloomer, Tekton had an absolute breakout performance in an optional claiming contest at Laurel Park on May 21. Partnered with jockey Alex Cintron for the first time, Anthony Dutrow's charge rated mid-pack early in the six-horse field, made his bid after six furlongs and quickly opened up on his foes in route to a 10 ¾-length romp. The colt covered the 1 1/16m distance in 1:45.41 and earned an 88 Beyer Speed Figure, a whopping 18 points above his previous best of 70 from his maiden-breaker in his second start at Laurel Park last December. In his sophomore debut, Tekton checked in a distant eighth of 12 after a troubled trip in an Oaklawn Park optional claimer on January 19. He showed little there a month later when beaten 10 lengths in an allowance race. After several more works at Oaklawn, Tekton moved to Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland to prepare for his return. Bred in Kentucky by Gainesway Thoroughbreds Ltd., the bay is out of Touch Love, by Not For Love, and was foaled on April 15, 2012. He is a half-brother to multiple stakes-winning filly Starfish Bay. John Ed Anthony, who campaigns as Shortleaf Stable, Inc., purchased him for $190,000 at the Keeneland 2013 September Yearling Sale and Tekton has banked $49,647 in his five races. The Triple Crown nominee appears ready to step into stakes company and will have many options for shipping out of his Fair Hill base.
3YO Winning Speed Figures through May, 18th - May, 24th
|Total Joint||6f (ft)||MTH 5/24||95||81|
|Face of Winner||1m (ft)||GP 5/24||94||86|
|Rocket Heat||5 1/2f (ft)||SA 5/21||94||81|
|No Hiding Place||6f (ft)||CD 5/23||93||79|
|Sleeping Giant||6f (fm)||BEL 5/22||93||70|
|Deliverance Day||1 1/16m (ft)||CD 5/21||93||75|
|The Truth Or Else||1 1/16m (ft)||BEL 5/22||92||91|
|A Lot||7f (fm)||BEL 5/23||91||87|
|Z Smoking Gun||6f (my)||ARP 5/23||90||68|
Friday May 29
Golden Gate Fields Race # 7: 1m Turf Alw 40000s - Bountiful Desert drops from a close fifth-place finish in the statebred Silky Sullivan S. at this track and distance. Papa G, Mr. Takahashi and Anointed Waters completed the superfecta last out in a 1 1/16m grass contest at this level. Mucho Macho Dan needed eight tries to break his maiden but did so in his first attempt on turf.
Saturday May 30
Santa Anita Race # 6: 1m OC 80000b - Triple Crown nominee Desert Dynamo drops from a troubled last-place finish in the Desert Code S. on the downhill turf course here and makes his debut for the Jerry Hollendorfer barn. The Hall of Fame conditioner also sends out Bronze Star, who was best of the rest behind a sharp winner three weeks ago when returning from a lengthy layoff. Forest Blue exits a distant runner-up effort to Hollendorfer's flashy Kentuckian in the G3 Lazaro Barerra S. here.
Conquest Curlinate: 5/22 - Trainer Mark Casse's G2 Peter Pan S. runner-up began preparations for the G1 Belmont S. with a 5F breeze in 59.80 (4/20) over a fast surface at Churchill Downs.
Kentuckian: 5/23 - The G3 Lazaro Barrera S. winner smoked the 4F bullet, working handily in 46.00 (1/34) on Santa Anita's fast track.
Madefromlucky: 5/22 - The G2 Peter Pan S. champ had his first workout since that victory, breezing the 5F co-bullet in company with stablemate Carpe Diem over Belmont Park's fast main track in 59.01 (1/20).
Mr. Jordan: 5/18 - Conditioner Eddie Plesa, Jr.'s multiple stakes winner breezed 4F on Monmouth Park's fast course in 48.80 (5/34).
Pain and Misery: 5/18 - The G3 Pat Day Mile S. runner-up worked 4F handily over fast dirt at Albuquerque in 52.00 (20/24).
War Story: 5/19 - The 16 th -place finisher in the G1 Kentucky Derby continued working towards an expected return in the Belmont S. by breezing 4F in 49.80 (18/30) on a fast Churchill Downs oval.
Conquest Stables' Conquest Curlinate was withdrawn from consideration for the G1 Belmont S. after his connections were not satisfied with his preparations and will now be pointed toward Canada's Queen's Plate
G3 Lazaro Barrera S. champ Kentuckian will skip the June 7 Affirmed S. at Santa Anita and make his next start in the Los Alamitos Derby at the Orange County track on July 4
Dual classic winner American Pharoah will be flown with other Churchill Downs-based horses to New York on June 2 in advance of his attempt at a Triple Crown sweep in the G1 Belmont S. four days later
Frammento, the 11 th -place finisher in the G1 Kentucky Derby, is scheduled for one more workout on the Oklahoma training track at Saratoga before traveling to Belmont Park on June 3 for the last summer classic
Trainer Mike de Kock announced that Irad Ortiz, Jr. will ride Mubtaahij in the final leg of the Triple Crown
Kent Desormeaux, who rode Keen Ice in the Derby, will have the mount again in the Belmont
Stanford, who was scratched from the Kentucky Derby, is a candidate for either the Easy Goer S. or the G2 Woody Stephens S. on the Belmont undercard
Though not one of the five sophomores nominated to the Triple Crown by owner Conquest Stables, LLC, his connections plan to pay the $75,000 fee to supplement this son of Curlin to the G1 Belmont S. on June 6 at Belmont Park. Conquest Curlinate solidified his chance to derail American Pharoah's Triple Crown bid with a good runner-up effort to Madefromlucky in the May 9 G2 Peter Pan S., the local prep for the final leg of the classic series. With Joel Rosario aboard for the first time, the Mark Casse trainee settled at the back of the five-horse field in the 1 1/8m race and remained there until coaxed for a late kick in the stretch. While he couldn't overtake Madefromlucky and wound up a length behind that rival at the wire, Conquest Curlinate earned a career best 98 BRIS Speed Rating. He earned his previous best BRIS figure of 93 when he missed by a nose to Whiskey Ticket in the G3 Illinois Derby on April 18 at Hawthorne. Conquest Curlinate began his career with a fifth-place finish in a mid-November maiden race on Woodbine's Polytrack. After a freshening, he returned to break his maiden at Oaklawn Park at the end of January and followed that up 20 days later with a show finish in an allowance contest there. Bred in Ontario by Charles Hayden, the gray/roan is out of the Peaks and Valleys mare Higher World and was foaled on March 19, 2012. Conquest Stables bought the colt for just $70,000 at the Keeneland 2013 September Yearling Sale and he has earned back more than twice his purchase price with a total of $164,133 and a 5-1-2-1 record. Shaun Bridgmohan, who rode the colt in his Oaklawn and Hawthorne races, will be reunited with Conquest Curlinate for the Belmont.