Due to the indefinite suspension imposed by the authorities of the Churchill Downs oval on trainer Saffie Joseph, Jr., due to the inexplicable sudden death of two of the horses that were under his care, the stampede of horses that are under his care continues. preparation.
This time it was the turn of the hard-working gray dapple White Abarrio, a horse that passed to Richard Dutrow Jr.'s stable, after completing a campaign of five wins in 12 starts.
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White Abarrio is a four-year-old Moorish son of Race Day at Catching Diamonds by Into Mischief, owned by La Milagrosa Stables and winner in his last start at Gulfstream Park and his next start would be at the Met Mile on June 10 at Belmont Park, the same day of the Belmont Stakes.