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Author Topic: Breeders' Cup Mounts for Bejarano, Dominguez, Smith, Velazquez, Gomez, Rosario  (Read 185 times)
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« on: October 28, 2012, 01:04:50 PM »

Cory Shorr of Racing Radio Las Vegas has reported in to The Downey Profile with several Breeders' Cup jockey assignments, so without further ado, here they are. We start with nine known mounts for Rafael Bejarano.

These lists are not complete because deals for mounts on a fair number of Breeders' Cup horses are still being negotiated.

According to Shorr, Joe Ferrer, agent for Bejarano, said the leading Southern California rider will be up on Executiveprivilege (Juvenile Fillies) as always; Animal Kingdom (Mile) for the first time; Kitten's Point (Juvenile Fillies Turf) for the first time; Gervinho (Juvenile Turf) as always; Contested (Filly & Mare Sprint) for the second straight time; Power Broker (Juvenile) as always; Game On Dude (Classic) for the second time since replacing Chantal Sutherland; and Justin Phillip (Sprint) and Great Mills (Turf Sprint) for the first time each.

Steve Rushing, agent for Ramon Dominguez, said Dominguez would be on board Smiling Tiger (Sprint) after being ridden mainly by Joel Rosario and Mike Smith; Summer of Fun (Juvenile Fillies Turf) for the first time; Noble Tune (Juvenile Turf) as always; Next Question (Turf Sprint) for the fourth straight time; Shackleford (Dirt Mile) for the second straight time; Little Mike (probably the Mile) for the third straight time; Fortify (Juvenile) for the second straight time; and Alpha (Classic) for the fourht straight time; and that he is negotiating for other mounts.

Some of these mounts are already well-known, but Brad Pegram, agent for Mike Smith, told Shorr that Smith will be aboard Suggestive Boy (Mile) for the first time; Mizdirection (Turf Sprint) for the first time; Mucho Macho Man (Classic) for the third straight time; Atigun (Marathon) for the third straight time; Lady of Shamrock (Filly & Mare Turf) for the third straight time; and Royal Delta (Ladies' Classic) and Amazombie (Ladies' Classic) as usual.

Angel Cordero told Shorr that John Velazquez will ride Tara from the Cape (Juvenile Fillies Turf) for the first time; that the jockey will get back on board Love and Pride (Ladies' Classic), replacing Martin Garcia; has Dreaming of Julia (Juvenile Fillies) as always;  In Lingerie (Filly & Mare Turf) for the sixth time; The Lumber Guy (Sprint) for the third time; is back on Bridgetown (Turf Sprint), replacing Javier Castellano; on To Honor and Serve (Classic) for the third straight time; and Turbulent Descent (Filly & Mare Sprint) for the third straight time.

Garrett Gomez' agent Tony Matos said Gomez will be aboard Richard's Kid (Classic) for the second time after riding him in the Grade I Awesome Again; Slim Shadey (Turf) for the third straight time; Beholder (Juvenile Fillies or Juvenile Sprint) as always; Know More (Juvenile Turf or Juvenile) as always; Switch (Filly & Mare Sprint) for the second straight time; Grassy (Marathon) after a hiatus; Jimmy Creed (Sprint) for the fifth of his six career starts; and Jeranimo (Mile) for the third straight time.

Ron Anderson, agent for Joel Rosario, has his rider on three named horses at this point in time, with several other mounts in the negotiations stage. They have Flat Out (Classic) for the second time -- Rosario was on him winning the Grade I Jockey Club Gold Cup. Rosario is also named on Capo Bastone (Juvenile) for the first time, and Great Attack (Turf Sprint) for the second time. Great Attack comes in off a May layoff when he won the Grade III Turf Sprint at Churchill Downs under Rosario.
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