Keeneland’s nine-race Thursday program is highlighted by the seventh on the card, an ultra-competitive “three other than” allowance event for fillies and mares four-years-old and up going a flat mile on the turf.
Louis Lazzinnaro’s stakes-placed Uncle Mo filly Conquest Babayaga looks like the one to beat in the 11-horse field for trainer Chad Brown. Lira, a stakes-winning Giant’s Causeway filly for Christophe Clement, and three-time stakes winner Queen Caroline, are other entrants that are in with a chance in this deep turf affair.
The Green Sheet gave out a pair of winners on the eight-race Wednesday, April 19 program at Keeneland and has a 25 percent strike rate at the meet to date. The Sheet‘s top selections are finishing in the money 53 percent of the time.
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Header image: “The Aiken Trials”, Vaughn Flannery, 1948