Keeneland: Day 12, April 23, 2017

Live Oak Plantation’s homebred filly Victory to Victory, shown winning the Natalma Stakes (G1T) at Woodbine last September, will make her sophomore debut in Sunday’s sixth race at Keeneland. Photo by Michael Burns/Woodbine


Keeneland concludes its’ first full week of live racing on Sunday, April 23rd with a nine-race program highlighted by the seventh on the card, a competitive $80,000 optional claiming/”non-winners of three races other than” allowance heat for fillies and mares four-years-old and upward to be contested at a seven-furlong trip on the main track.

Mo d’Amour, winner of the $125,000 Busher Stakes last February for trainer Todd Pletcher, has been installed as the 5-2 morning line favorite in the field of eight. Stageplay, a two-time stakes winner for trainer Steve Asmussen that exits graded company, figures to have a say in the outcome.

The Sunday program is also Military Day at the Races Presented by Marathon, recognizing the men and women who serve our country. All active-duty, reserve, veteran and military families receive free admission with a military I.D., DD214 veteran I.D. or other form of Military I.D. at any pass gate.

The Green Sheet touted three winners from a 10-race program yesterday at Keeneland highlighted by Enchantera, who paid $13.40 annexing yesterday’s seventh race. Additionally, The Sheet gave out a $116.40 superfecta in the fourth race on the card and had a $163.80 trifecta in the third. For the meet to date, The Sheet is giving away winners at a 27 percent clip; its’ top selections are finishing in the money 57 percent of the time.

Be sure to check the site often for updates, as I will be giving away FREE selections and analysis for every race of the 2017 Keeneland Spring Meeting.

For FREE analysis and selections for the Sunday, April 23rd program at Keeneland, click HERE.


Header image: “The Aiken Trials”, Vaughn Flannery, 1948

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