11/07/2009 12:00AM

She Be Wild looks toward Ky. Oaks

Barbara D. Livingston
She Be Wild (right) wins the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies. She is through for the year and will spend her winter at Gulfstream Park as she prepares for a 2010 campaign, trainer Wayne Catalano said.

ARCADIA, Calif. - Trainer Wayne Catalano was still accepting congratulatory phone calls Saturday morning for She Be Wild's victory in Friday's at Santa Anita. But as usual the day after a race, Catalano was more interested in looking forward than back.

She Be Wild, who Catalano said would not run again this year, was scheduled to ship back to Kentucky on Sunday morning, and several weeks from now she will head to Gulfstream Park in south Florida for a winter campaign. Catalano's long-range goal for She Be Wild is the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs on May 1. The Oaks is run on dirt, a surface that She Be Wild has yet to run on.

"We will try the dirt," Catalano said. "We're going to get there sometime. When, we don't know yet. We'll go over everything. We'll see if we can carve out a nice path to the Oaks."

Stabling at Gulfstream will enable She Be Wild to get accustomed to dirt. Catalano didn't seem overly concerned about the surface switch.

"Usually, runners, they just take their track with them," Catalano said.

Juvenile Fillies runner-up Beautician lost a left hind shoe during the running of the race, according to trainer Ken McPeek. Beautician also had some cuts and scrapes on the inside of her left front leg, "but nothing we couldn't take care of in a couple of days," McPeek said.

While the long-term goal for Beautician also is the Oaks, McPeek said Beautician could run again this year in the Golden Rod at Churchill or the Demoiselle at Aqueduct in three weeks. McPeek said Connie and Michael, who finished eighth as the second choice in the race, could run in whichever race Beautician doesn't.

Blind Luck, beaten one length as the 7-2 favorite - the longest-priced favorite in this race's 26-year history - also will target the Kentucky Oaks but will stay in Southern California, according to trainer Jerry Hollendorfer.

"I suspect she won't leave here until she has to run somewhere else," Hollendorfer said.

Hollendorfer didn't rule out running Blind Luck back in the Grade 1 Hollywood Starlet on Dec. 20, but he is leaning toward giving her the remainder of the year off.

Biofuel, who finished fourth despite taking a strong bump from Negligee in the stretch, came out of the race with swelling in a leg. She will be sent to Kentucky and spend six weeks at Airdrie Stud before heading to Palm Meadows for the winter, trainer Reade Baker said.