BREAKING LUCKY returns to worktab
Canada’s top older horse of 2016 and probable champion BREAKING LUCKY breezed an easy half mile in 48 3/5 at Palm Beach Downs on Sunday. The Gunpowder Stable colt , trained by Reade Baker, could start in the $12 million Pegasus World Cup should the colt’s interests receive a starting berth.
Lucky was 2nd in the Grade 1 Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs in his most recent race. Here is a video of the 4-year-old working on Sunday at Palm Beach Downs:
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From his hospital bed, Maxwell Taylor works playdough into shapes while carefully eyeing a video on a propped-up phone.
It’s a horse race from Woodbine Racetrack and although the 4 1/2-year-old is a bit young to understand the intricacies of Thoroughbred racing from starting gate to finish, this event has his interest.
“Here comes Maxsmiraclejourney!” calls Woodbine track announcer Robert Geller. “It’s a battle but Maxsmiraclejourney is winning it!”