Canada’s probable champion 3-year-old filly CAREN and older horse contenders ARE YOU KIDDING ME and BREAKING LUCKY are in action in Kentucky today…the Kennedy Road (Grade 3) highlights a Friday card at Woodbine – lots of action today
Appropriately, LADY FOG HORN, a descendant of Kennedy Road, won the Grade 2 Falls City at Churchill Downs on Thursday..and check out the Werk Rating on her pedigree match-up!)


(Coady photo-Churchill Downs)







FALLS CITY H.-GII, $200,000, CD, 11-24, 3yo/up, f/m, 1 1/8m,
1:50.85, ft.
1–LADY FOG HORN, 117, f, 4, by Zavata
1st Dam: Titia (SP, $256,217), by Northern Spur (Ire)
2nd Dam: Streisand, by Stop the Music
3rd Dam: Kendra Road, by Kennedy Road
O/B-The Elkstone Group LLC (IN); T-Anthony J. Granitz; J-Albin
Jimenez. $116,560. Lifetime Record: 22-13-3-2, $764,553.
Werk Nick Rating: F.


TODAY  –  Championship-type races for some Canadian-breds


PASSION FOR ACTION could be named Champion Sprinter in Canada should he win today over Stacked Deck, Commute and others. Ben Hutzel’s homebred has struggled since a great spring but he returns to the Tapeta and has some speed to run at.
CAREN, who is very much in the running for Horse of the Year in Canada, is not resting on her big season as she has been shipped to Kentucky for a very tough edition of the Mrs. revere on the grass. The present of fillies like Harmonize and Hawkmoor make this task for Caren extremely difficult.

The Grade 1 Clark, if won by Are You Kidding Me or Breaking Lucky, could also determine a champion and Horse of the Year honours. Both runners are capable of upsetting this good field which includes Canadian-bred SHAMAN GHOST, the Queen’s Plate winner from last year.


Wednesday night snow greets MATTANGEL as he heads to the track – NORM FILES PHOTO


BIG DADDY BEAR wins for Colebrook Farm on Wednesday night, He was one of the country’s top yearling purchases 2 years ago – NORM FILES PHOTO