LARC NEWS Posted: 9/24/2023 1:22:26 AM


RACE 5– MAIDEN – 3 & UP  – 300 YARDS

#3 CB Ivyasilver – August 19   :12.2 at 220 yards

Outside Horse: Colt by Ivory James was part of a fast drill when finishing just behind Teller Turim Mrl’s bullet drill of :12.0 when CB Ivyasilver traveled in :12.2 from the inside post on August 19. The colt out of the nine-time winner Silver N Six hopped away from the gate, trailed early but he looked better and better the further he went on with his work. CB Ivyasilver floated slightly to the inside in the final 50 yards while finishing strongly. He continued with a very good looking gallop out while posting the 6th fastest of 20 works. He followed this gate work with a turn and work in :17.80 at 350 yards on September 2.

#6 Miami Bound – August 29   :18.1 at 350 yards

Inside Horse: KVN Corona gelding is a out of the graded stakes place mare Budder Think Twice, who earned over $134,000 in her six-race career career. Miami Bound will be making his first start since February and does so after working evenly from the inside post with Ajs Little Champ, who’ll be in action in race 6. Both runners posted matching :18.1 clockings. Miami Bound bobbled away from the gate and bumped lightly by Ajs Little Champ shortly after the start. He settled into a nice rhythm, was not under any pressure from his rider, and continued at a nice easy pace down the lane. He finished a head behind Ajs Little Champ while never being rushed or pushed for his best. He continued with an easy going gallop out.

RACE 6 – ALLOWANCE – 3 & UP  – 300 YARDS

#6 Ajs Little Champ – August 29  :18.1 at 350 yards

Outside Horse: Well-bred runner is by Apollitical Jess and out of Little Surfer, making him a half-brother to the Grade 1 winner Uncle D and the stakes winner Rip Tide. He’ll enter this event after working evenly with Miami Bound in :18.1 from the outside post. Miami Bound was entered in race 5. Ajs Little Champ bobbled out of the gate, broke in and bumped Miami Bound. He quickly settled into a good rhythm, was not asked at all and traveled under an easy-going ride while surging ahead of Miami Bound. He looked good crossing the wire ahead of his workmate and continued with a solid gallop out in preparation for his first start since late January.   


#2 Dasha Dynasty – August 19  :12.0 at 220 yards

Solo Work: Third in the Southern California Derby last year, Dasha Dynasty enters this allowance event after running in the Grade 1 Brad McKinzie and the Moonist Stakes earlier this year. The horse by FDD Dynasty posted this bullet work when working solo in 12 flat on August 19. He broke with his legs splayed out but he quickly found his stride and he took off in a flash. He was flying down the lane under a hand-ride and looked powerful past the wire and tremendous in his gallop out. His rider grabbed a hold of him around the turn but all Dasha Dynasty wanted was more freedom to continue to display his power. No blinkers on this runner in this impressive work. 




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