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Keepmeinmind | Robert Yates

Despite the weather-enforced postponement of the GIII Southwest S., Keepmeinmind (Laoban) will remain in his stall at Oaklawn Park and will pass this weekend’s GII Risen Star S. at the Fair Grounds, trainer Robertino Diodoro confirmed Wednesday.
“In the end, I feel better running him out of his own stall,” Diodoro said.
The bay colt, who was third in the GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile before breaking his maiden in the GII Kentucky Jockey Club S. Nov. 28, turned in his sixth breeze of the year Monday in Hot Springs, going a half-mile in :49.60 beneath jockey David Cohen.

“David did a great job again working him,” said Diodoro, Oaklawn’s leading trainer last year. “A horse like him, as aggressive as he is, you get the wrong guy on him and all of sudden your nice, easy half-mile work could turn into :45, :46. Even with those other works, it’s the same thing. He’s a horse that you’ve definitely got to have the right guy on or you could really blow a work.”
The Southwest is also likely to attract champion Essential Quality (Tapit) and MGISW Jackie’s Warrior (Maclean’s Music).

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This story was posted in Top News and tagged Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, David Cohen, Horse Racing, Keepmeinmind, Kentucky Jockey Club S., Oaklawn Park, Risen Star S., Robertino Diodoro.

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