The Gate Is Loaded for The Pegasus World Cup at GP

1/28/23

   12   GP   The Pegasus World Cup (GI)

     $3,000.000      4yo&Up      1 1/8m     Dirt        124lbs


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   Ags Cherokee    RNP Stables    Corrales G   124   8/1
2
   On Schedule    Mb Stables    Bridgmohan S X   124   5/1
3
   Mr Pancake    Arindel    Davis D   124   8/1
4
   Home Spirit    Night Rider Stables    Husbands P   124   8/1
5
   Individuation    Mb Stables    Franco M   124   3/1
6
   Sensei    Mb Stables    Talamo J   124   6/1
7
   Ey Mon    Arindel    Lezcano J   124   8/1
8
   Sports Page    Fractious    Zayas E J   124   6/1
9
   Oleg    Arindel    Cohen D   124   6/1
10
   Hand Cannon    Fractious    Loveberry J   124   7/1
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   White Sunshine    Smokey Stover    Bocachica A   124   10/1
12
   All Take    Alydar Stables    Gonzalez El   124   8/1
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   Great Bonkers    Aer Stables    Pennington F   124   7/2
14
   Higher Drift    Asgar    Dominguez J   124     9/2

Also Eligible

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   Boogaloo    London Racing   No Rider   124   AE

SoFla is So Fly this weekend as we have a slew of big races with big purses and big horses… we look at the field for The Pegasus World Cup (GI), a classic mile and an eighth battle that has brought out a top-notch group.  When you get a group of horses together with this much talent, well… anything could happen.  So, per my usual, I’ll jump on the chalk and hope we make enough to get a hot dog and a cold snack.  I’ll give Great Bonkers the narrowest of nods, and this one has proven to be a heck of a claim.  Aer took this one for $18.000 and it’s been nothing but black-type success since.  He won the King Edward BC (GII) right off of the claim, then was second in the WO Mile (GII) before winning the BC Mile (GI) by a nose.  He came back on 20-days rest to win the Clark (GI) at CD, proving that he’s just as good on the main track as he is on the sod.  It’s going to take a great performance to beat him if he stays to form.  If there’s a horse that knows how to give a great performance, it’s Individuation.  The Mb Stables monster had seven wins from eleven starts last season, including a win in the BC Classic (GI).  he threw a dud in the Clark (GI) then bounced back to win the Malibu (GI).  You can throw anything you want on the bottom of the tri, but I think I’ll stick to these two on the top end of it all and hope for the best. 

Here’s The Field –


COZMAN  13 / 5              Willie’s Green Card    5 / 13 / 3     




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