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Santa Anita: Flashback works toward Robert Lewis
Flashback, a sharp maiden race winner in his 2-year-old debut at Hollywood Park on Dec. 8, worked five furlongs in 58.60 seconds Wednesday.
Trainer Bob Baffert said that Flashback is expected to make his next start in the $200,000 Robert Lewis Stakes over 1 1/16 miles on Feb. 2.
In Wednesday’s workout, Flashback worked in company with a stablemate, starting about two lengths behind. He moved alongside with a wide move on the turn and finished slightly in front under jockey Martin Garcia.
Flashback galloped out six furlongs in 1:11.40, according to Baffert. On Jan. 17, Flashback worked a half-mile in 46.60, the fastest of 35 recorded works at the distance.
By Tapit, Flashback is owned by Gary and Mary West and is considered one of the Baffert stable’s finest 3-year-old prospects.
This horse is the real deal !..........he won so freaking easy first time out, and gallopoed out like a mile and a 1/4 was up right up his alley ! I know betting maiden winners against stakes caliber is "iffy" but this maybe the last betting value we see on this horse !
Tapit is due to throw a SUPER colt/gelding...Maybe this is the ONE if they don't screw him in the ground.. He sure looks the part...ty...
This horse reminds me of Silver Charm.
This colt is a serious Triple Crown prospect. TAPIT is becoming an amazing sire. But this colts dam side is dangerous!
Man what ever happened to bringing the horse up through the conditions it fits and then taking on stake caliber horses. Nowadays they win a maiden race and then straight to graded stakes. This is another reason why our horses don't last long. They take on tough competition before they pass through the conditions and it kills their spirit. This horse has a chance to be good but I don't think he should take graded staked foes just yet. Baffert really doesn't have a major Derby contender. This is really rare because he's always in the hunt but if this is his best prospect he's in trouble. Power Broker is inconsistent the horse he owns with Bode Miller is not good in graded stakes competition. I know Baffert wants a derby contender bad and he's gonna try and make every horse that has a possibility of making noise on the derby trail a contender. He's not getting the good horses he used to with young trainers doing good. This year might be 1st he doesn't run in Derby in a long time.
any one know who is riding?
Oh this colt is going to be a good one. California grays always excel.
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