Venezuelans Samy Camacho, Javier Castellano, Juan Carlos Ávila and Oscar Manuel González will try to write their name on the top of the Oaklawn Handicap (G-2) marker, announced for Saturday in Oaklawn Park, Arkansas, at a distance of 1.700 meters and $ 600.000 prize.
Horse trophy chaser, winner of the Challenger Stakes in his last presentation, keeps his excellent conditions intact and is ready to look for his third consecutive win and the fifth of his 11-performance campaign.
Twirling Candy's son in European Union, by Auccessful Appeal, which will be located in the starting box number two, is a specimen that can run between the intermissions to try to crystallize the hit in the preliminary stages of the race.
Coach Oscar Manuel Gonzalez will be in charge of presenting the copy Identify, a descendant of Creative Cause in Cant Catch, by Sharespeare, who has four awards in 11 starts and will start at track number five, with the effective whip driver Stewart Elliot. Identifier was the winner of the Hal's Hope Stakes, a triumph that gave González and jockey Marcos Meneses their first selective victory in the United States. According to the track reports, the horse remains in good shape and will be one of the ones to decide in the final stages of the race.
Xavier Castellano, winner of four Eclipse Awards and a member of the American Horse Racing Hall of Fame, will be responsible for mounting Night ops, a trained by Brad Cox, who will jump for position 13 and has striking exercises for this commitment. Night Ops is a son of Warrior's Reward in Bear All, by Kitarpha, with a campaign of five victories in 16 outings to the track, which will try to fish in troubled river. It should be noted that this race was won by the Venezuelan rider Eibar Coa Monteverde in the 2010 season with the Duque de la Travesura.
Favorites: The Tordillo Tacitus, led by John Velázquez, Unlikely, guided by Martin García and presented by Bob Baffert e Identify, ridden by Joel Rosario, are the listed ones.