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Smiley Sobotka Makes ’21 Debut in Sam Davis


Friday, February 5, 2021 at 4:00 pm |
Back to: Shared News Updated: February 5, 2021 at 4:52 pm

Albaugh Family Stables’ Smiley Sobotka (Brody’s Cause), last seen finishing second behind Keepmeinmind (Laoban) in the Nov. 28 GII Kentucky Jockey Club S., makes his sophomore debut in the 1 1/16-mile GIII Sam F. Davis S. at Tampa Bay Downs Saturday. The chestnut colt tuned up for his return to the races with a four-furlong drill in :46.81 (2/118) at Gulfstream Park last Saturday.
Michael Shanley’s Nova Rags (Union Rags) makes a return trip to Tampa following his win in the seven-furlong Pasco S. last time out Jan. 16. The Bill Mott trainee, a maiden winner first-out at Belmont last October, was fourth in the Nov. 8 GIII Nashua S. in the finale of his two-race juvenile campaign.
Mott also saddles Candy Man Rocket (Candy Ride Arg) in the Davis. The dark bay colt romped to a 9 1/4-length maiden win going six furlongs at Gulfstream Park Jan. 9.

“Both of our horses have been training well, and we’re anxiously awaiting the outcome to see if we have horses good enough to go on and come back for the [GII Lambholm South] Tampa Bay Derby [Mar. 6],” Mott said Friday from his South Florida base. “It’s a big test for both horses, and we have no great expectations. Candy Man Rocket hasn’t been beyond 6 1/2 furlongs and Nova Rags hasn’t raced around two turns yet, so they need to be tested to find out how far they want to go.”
Trainer Todd Pletcher sends out a pair of runners in the Davis. St Elias Stables homebred Known Agenda (Curlin) makes his first start since finishing third in the GIII Remsen S. last December, while Donegal Racing’s Millean (Blame) graduated versus $50,000 maiden claimers at Gulfstream Jan. 10.

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This story was posted in Shared News and tagged Albaugh Family Stable, Bill Mott, Dale Romans, Donegal Racing, Michael Shanley, Sam F. Davis Stakes, St. Elias Stables, Tampa Bay Downs, Todd Pletcher.

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Capo Kane Back for More in Withers


Friday, February 5, 2021 at 3:50 pm |
Back to: Shared News Updated: February 4, 2021 at 3:39 pm
Capo Kane | Chelsea Durand

Bing Cherry Racing and Leonard Liberto’s Capo Kane (Street Sense), a romping 6 1/4-length winner of the one-mile Jerome S. at Aqueduct Jan. 1, will look to add a furlong and a graded race to his resume in the GIII Withers S. at Aqueduct Saturday. Trained by Harold Wyner, the bay colt was runner-up in his seven-furlong debut at Parx Oct. 28. He graduated by a front-running 4 1/2 lengths going one mile and 70 yards at Parx Nov. 25 and had everything his own way when loose on the lead in the Jerome last time out.
Chad Brown sends out Klaravich Stable’s Risk Taking (Medaglia d’Oro). Off the board sprinting over the main track at Belmont and over the Aqueduct lawn to open his career last fall, the bay colt graduated over track and trip Dec. 13.
Trainer Todd Pletcher sends out a pair of maiden winners in the Withers. Repole Stables, St Elias Stables and Michael Tabor’s Overtook (Curlin), a $1-million KEESEP yearling, was a two-length winner while shedding blinkers in a one-mile special weight at Aqueduct in his third start Dec. 20.

“I think he’s learning,” Pletcher said of the son of Grade I winner Got Lucky (A.P. Indy). “He’s gained some confidence with the experience and we felt like the blinkers needed to come off. He got a nice hot pace to run at which helped. He’s an improving horse who is bred to get better with more distance and more time. We’ve seen him making progress throughout the fall and winter. This is a big step up, but hopefully he’s up for it.”
Pletcher also saddles Donegal Racing’s Donegal Bay (Uncle Mo). The bay gelding opened his career with a sixth-place effort going 6 1/2 furlongs at Saratoga last August and was last seen romping to a front-running 4 1/4-length maiden score going one mile at Gulfstream Dec. 12.
“I think it was the additional time, having a start under his belt as well as having some good works leading into that,” Pletcher said of that graduation effort. “He also got a better start, which a lot of horses do in their second race. He has a pretty high-cruising speed. Pedigree-wise, he’s bred to go that far. It’s a big step up from a maiden race, but we’re hoping for a big run.”
Donegal Bay has been prepping for his stakes debut at Pletcher’s winter Florida base in Palm Beach Downs where he worked four furlongs in :49 flat (1/16) last Friday.
“It’s a bit of a tricky race,” Donegal Racing’s Jerry Crawford said. “This is the time of year where some horses get better and some don’t, and he needs to get better on Saturday if he can turn himself into a contender. Obviously, there’s a fair amount of front-end speed and they’ll be asked to go a mile and an eighth at the same time. Donegal Racing has always been treated exceptionally well in New York and have had some good success up there.”

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This story was posted in Shared News and tagged Aqueduct Racecourse, Capo Kane, Chad Brown, Donegal Racing, Harold Wyner, Klaravich Stable, Parx, Repole Stables, St. Elias Stables, Todd Pletcher, Withers Stakes.

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