By Dick Downey
The Downey Profile
We've profiled at least 120 horses at this point and have deleted several since our seasonal website opened Jan. 26. Over the weekend, we culled several from our lists and demoted a few--and we added a few newcomers.
Added to Looking Good:
Added To Worth Watching:
Arch Traveler, winner of a nine-furlong allowance at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.
Flashpoint, winner of the Grade II Hutchson in his second start.
Left, winner of a two-turn allowance at FG on Saturday.
Mr. Commons, winner of SA allowance on Saturday.
Sour, second to Left on Saturday.
Demoted From Worth Watching to Just In Case:
Heron Lake, who hasn't worked since Feb. 5.
Lauburu, who's been breezing on turf and may be entering a gap in that regimen. Shackleford, fifth, beaten 23 1/2 lengths in the Fountain of Youth.
Deleted From Worth Watching:
Bert B Don, after failing to post a workout since late January.
Black N Beauty, who did not finish the Grade II Hutcheson Stakes.
Casper's Touch, beaten 35 1/2 lengths in the Grade II Fountain of Youth Stakes.
Cool Blue Red Hot, fifth, beaten 4 3/4 lengths by Arch Traveler in a 9F allowance.
El Grayling, who did not finish the Fountain of Youth.
Leave of Absence, beaten 13 3/4 lengths in the Hutcheson Stakes.
Manicero, beaten 21 1/4 lengths in the Hutcheson.
Rustler Hustler, who hasn't worked since late January.
Deleted From Just In Case
Another Silver Oak, time to go and not TC nominated.
Determinato, no works since Feb. 5 and not TC nominated.
Gangsterontherun. Sprinter an overdue deletion.
Lumberyard Jack. Ill-bred gelding finished last of five to Left and Sour.
Madman Diaries, beaten 16 lengths in the Hutcheson.
Pluck continues to work on turf, still may be pointed to Europe.
Pride of Silver hasn't worked since the Sham on Jan. 15.
Private Prize, a backing-up fourth to Arch Traveler on Saturday.
Yankee Passion. Soft tissue injury in the Southwest probably finished him for the meet at Oaklawn.