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It was European dance practice as the Godolphin horses came out on the track and were less than enthusiastic about the dirt surface.
Tuesday morning at Churchill Downs was warm and gloomy with heavy clouds and a few sprinkles later in the morning. Colder temperatures are expected to move in later in the day as the front passes and although it could rain some more Wednesday, there is no more rain forecast for later in the week. Many of the Breeders' Cup horses are still in New York or California, but there was still a large numer of contenders out on the track in Louisville for some morning exercise. Here are 37 different horses we caught out this morning for your viewing pleasure. Click the small picture to see a larger version.
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Tuesday workout photos
Lava Man - Classic entrant Lava Man schooled in the paddock and then galloped 1 1/2 miles.
David Junior - Classic entrant David Junior trotted on the main track.
Red Rocks - Turf entrant Red Rocks trotted on the main track.
Better Talk Now - Turf entrant Better Talk Now jogged and galloped 1 mile.
Hurricane Run - Turf hopeful Hurricane Run went out for a steady canter on the main track.
T.H. Approval - Turf entrant T.H. Approval jogged 1 1/2 miles on the main track.
Happy Ticket - Distaff entrant Happy Ticket went out for a jog.
Hollywood Story - Distaff entrant Hollywood Story galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Sharp Lisa - Distaff entrant Sharp Lisa jogged for 1 mile and then galloped 1 mile this morning.
Round Pond - Distaff entrant Round Pond jogged 2 miles and then schooled in the paddock under trainer Michael Matz’s supervision.
Bordonaro - Sprinter Bordonaro galloped with a pony and visited the paddock and starting gate.
Kelly's Landing - Sprinter Kelly’s Landing galloped on the main track.
Thor's Echo - Sprint entrant Thor’s Echo galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Nightmare Affair - Sprinter Nightmare Affair jogged 1 1/2 miles and then galloped another 1 1/2 miles.
Lewis Michael - Sprint entrant Lewis Michael jogged and galloped this morning.
Ouija Board - Filly and Mare Turf entrant Ouija Board schooled in the paddock and jogged on the main track.
Film Maker - Filly and Mare Turf entrant Film Maker jogged and galloped 1 mile on the main track.
Satwa Queen - Filly and Mare Turf hopeful Satwa Queen jogged on the main track as well as performing a few gymnastics.
Germance - Filly and Mare Turf entrant Germance jogged on the main track.
Great Hunter - Juvenile entrant Great Hunter schooled in the paddock and then galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Teuflesberg - Juvenile hopeful Teuflesberg galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Principle Secret - Juvenile entrant Principle Secret galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Stormello - Juvenile entrant Stormello galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Skip Code - Juvenile hopeful Skip Code galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Echo of Light - Mile entrant Echo of Light jogged on the main track.
Librettist - Mile entrant Librettist went out for a jog this morning.
Badge of Silver - Mile hopeful Badge of Silver galloped 1 1/2 miles this morning.
Rob Roy - Mile entrant Rob Roy cantered 5 furlongs on the turf course.
Sleeping Indian - Mile entrant Sleeping Indian went out for a jog on the main track.
Araafa - Mile entrant Araafa jogged on the main track.
Courtnall - Mile entrant Courtnall jogged 1 mile on the main track.
Cash Included - Juvenile Filly Cash Included jogged 1 mile on the main track.
Cohiba Miss - Juvenile Fillies hopeful Cohiba Miss went out for a gallop.
Gatorize - Juvenile Fillies entrant Gatorize galloped 1 mile on the main track.
Satulagi - Juvenile Fillies entrant Satulagi jogged with a pony.
She's Included - Juvenile Fillies entrant She’s Included galloped 1 1/2 miles.
Lilly Carson - Juvenile Filly Lilly Carson went out for a gallop this morning.
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