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Kentucky Derby and Horse Racing at The Downey Profile®



Promoted from Worth Watching to Looking Good
Stay Thirsty, who now has enough earnings to make the Kentucky Derby.

Added to Worth Watching
Belatedly added Uncle Brent, a fast six-furlong winner at Oaklawn last weekend. Charles Cella, owner of the track, bought him and sent him to Lynn Whiting's barn. They will evaluate what course to take.

Added to Just In Case
Wilburn, who went 6 1/2 furlongs in less than 1:14 yesterday at Santa Anita. His dam sire is the now-deceased Carson City, who was a pure sprinter.

Demoted from Worth Watching to Just In Case
Blue Laser, last in the John Battaglia Memorial.

Deleted from Worth Watching
Turbulent Descent. After she won the 1 1/16-mile Santa Anita Oaks yesterday, her trainer said she would be shortened up.

Deleted from Just In Case
Fort Hughes, who skipped both the Cappy Capossela and the Gotham, although he did work yesterday.
Lauburu, who doesn't appear pointed to much of anything right now.
Printing Press. Gap in workout regimen.
Read the Contract. Gap in workout regimen.
Rush Now. Not rushing to Derby prep races.
Tiz Blessed. Gap in erratic workout regimen.
Toby's Corner. Trainer reluctant to commit to the Wood after running third in the Gotham.
Twinspired. Fourth in the Battaglia.
Vengeful Wildcat. Third in the Capossela.
Wine Police. Off the worktab.

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