05/14/2017 8:58AM

Senior Investment goes five furlongs in final serious Preakness workout


Lexington Stakes winner Senior Investment worked five furlongs in 1:02 at Keeneland on Sunday morning in his final serious pre-Preakness move. The colt hit the wire well in front of older stablemate Some in Tieme - a Group 1 winner in his native Brazil, and a close second in a Keeneland allowance last out - and continued to move away while galloping out six furlongs in 1:14.
Channing Hill, who rode Senior Investment to win the Lexington on April 15, was aboard for the work. The Ken McPeek trainee was sixth in the Louisiana Derby in his prior start.