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Kentucky Derby: Napravnik to ride Mylute
By Jay Privman
Rosie Napravnik will ride Mylute in the May 4 Kentucky Derby, according to a statement put out Tuesday by GoldMark Farm, which owns Mylute in partnership with Whisper Hill Farm.
"GoldMark Farm, LLC and Whisper Hill Farm, LLC are pleased to announce that Rosie Napravnik will be reunited with Mylute in the 2013 Kentucky Derby," the statement read. "Rosie was aboard Mylute for his latest victory and we feel fortunate to have her back. We would also like to give special thanks to Shaun Bridgmohan, as well as all of the other riders who have ridden Mylute, for their help in getting him to this point in his career."
Mylute, trained by Tom Amoss, most recently finished second, under Bridgmohan, in the Louisiana Derby. Napravnik rode him one time, when he scored a 10 3/4-length victory in an allowance race at Fair Grounds on Dec. 26.
Napravnik is seeking to become the first female jockey to win the Kentucky Derby. She became the first to win the Kentucky Oaks last year aboard Believe You Can. Her only Derby mount came in 2011, aboard Pants On Fire, who finished ninth. Napravnik is one of just six female riders to compete in the Derby.
Good Luck Rosie!!
Dear Mr. Privman, I'm so glad that Rosie got a Derby mount, but I wish that it was aboard Revolutionary for Todd Pletcher and the WinStar Farm LLC. The good news is however at least she'll have a chance to possibly beat Revolutionary and the afore mentioned trainer/owner team of Todd Pletcher/WinStar Farm LLC that chose Calvin Borel over her. Sincerely, Kyle Stasierowski 28-year-old loyal TVG viewer, HRTV Live Feed viewer, and DRF FaceBook friend and Twitter follower from Alden, New York
wow..shaun just got screwed...she run left the horse ..for bobby.....shaun gave the horse a beautiful ride to qualify for derby..now he is screwed.....now i hope the horse runs dead last...
Vyjack doesn't get the distance either does Mylute and 8 or 9 others. Distance for sure is Verrazano,Revolutionary,Orb,Normandy Invasion,Goldencents,its myluckday and Governor Charlie with Will take charge, the BIGGEST question is....who is the Pace??? Without Falling Sky and Super99 who will lead them Governor Charlie likes to sit 3rd.
Congrat's to tough girl...Good Luck, Rosie
damn,there goes one of my longshots. Rosie is a good rider,but not KY Derby good
Her & Mylute will be a hell of a duo in the Stampede and great luck to them as She is a hell of a Jockey and getting better every day!!!...Before all you boys/girls start jumping on a Horse you better wait for the post postions U think???....
This horse hung like a chandelier in the LA Derby (and the Delta Jackpot for that matter). And his breeding doesn't indicate the extra 1/8th will help him. The over/under on his finish in the Derby should be about 11th. I know Rosie fans will be on him, plus he's the workout buzz horse so far. That makes him a significant underlay already. Other than those factors, he's got a big shot!
Everybody is discounting Mylute, but believe me, he is right up there with the best and will show you that on May 4th!!
don't forget about the 5 lbs!!!!!!!!!!
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