Hronis Racing’s Greater Energy, third in final 12 months’s Breeders’ Cup Traditional (G1), continued his acclimation mission at Keeneland Sunday morning by working 6 furlongs in 1:12.80 in firm over a quick major observe.
Working with Mongolian Hero, Greater Energy posted splits of :13, :24.60, :36.80, :48.20 and 1:01.20, galloping out 7 furlongs in 1:26.60 below Juan Leyva, assistant to coach John Sadler.
“He appears glad,” Leyva mentioned. “He’s bought two works left and that may inform us if he’s as much as working within the Traditional.”
Sunday’s work was the third this month right here for Greater Energy, who shipped in from Southern California to have loads of time to settle in at Keeneland earlier than his anticipated Breeders’ Cup engagement Nov. 7.
Sadler has two different Breeders’ Cup hopefuls on the grounds: Hronis Racing’s Chaos Principle for the Turf Dash (G1) and Paul and Karen Eggert’s Ollie’s Sweet for the Distaff (G1).
On Sunday morning, Chaos Principle labored a bullet half-mile in :47.80 over agency turf with a remaining quarter-mile in :22.40. It was his first work since ending fourth within the Woodford (G2) Introduced by TVG on Oct. 3.
Ollie’s Sweet, runner-up within the Juddmonte Spinster (G1) on Oct. 4, is scheduled to work within the subsequent couple of days, in response to Leyva.
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