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Left Coast Dreams in the Slop at Remington Park
Left Coast Dreams (by Haynesfield out of LA Dreamin), ran in a one
race on a sloppy track at Remington Park (RP) on Wednesday, August 31.
This was Lefty's 5th start in his racing career and his first
race going two turns.
“Now that City Slicker has been retired, I guess this guy is the new rain maker,” said
Fred Taylor, Mojo’s CEM. “Two of his last three races have been affected by stormy conditions.”
When the gates
opened, Jockey Iram Diego hustled Left Coast Dreams from the outside starting
spot to the front going around the Clubhouse turn. Down the backstretch,
the pair stayed outside of the sloppy kickback stalking the pace. Going into the
turn, Diego called on Lefty to go forward and the two made their move vying for the lead. At
the top of the stretch; however, Left Coast Dreams ran out of gas and couldn’t
go forward. In the stretch, Lefty kept trying and he held on to finish 5th.
course, the sloppy conditions elevated the challenge and may have cost
him a better finish," Fred explains. "Nevertheless, I liked the
way Lefty came out of the gate, was getting over the track, and how his
racing mind and heart never gave up. He came back to the barn in
good order; and after JR (Mojo's Trainer) evaluates the way the horse
covered this route of ground, he'll decide what's the best
spot for Lefty's next race."
So, stay tuned for upcoming racing info about Left Coast Dreams, as well as more exciting news on our other Mojo Runners!
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