Mystic Guide at Keeneland in 2021
Last 12 months’s Dubai World Cup winner, the Godolphin homebred Mystic Guide, has resumed galloping at Keeneland underneath the watchful eye of Godolphin coach Johnny Burke, based on bloodhorse.com.
The 5-year-old son of Ghostzapper final raced in July of 2021, ending second within the G2 Suburban Stakes, earlier than heading to the sidelines for a surgical procedure to take away some bone chips. Mystic Guide resumed breezing on the Fair Grounds in December, however went again to Kentucky when coach Mike Stidham wasn’t happy with these early exercises.
“Mystic Guide is doing well,” Stidham instructed bloodhorse.com. “We started him back but had to pause because we weren’t quite pleased with how he came out of those first few works. So we sent him back to Kentucky, let Dr. (Larry) Bramlage (at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital) do a thorough check of him and he said he needed a little more time.”
Bred in Kentucky out of the millionaire, a number of Grade 1 -winning A.P. Indy mare Music Note, Mystic Guide has compiled a file of 4-3-2 from 9 begins with earnings of $7,593,200.
Stidham will resume the every day coaching of Mystic Guide when his steady returns to Keeneland in a couple of weeks’ time, and the coach prompt he may very well be concentrating on the summer season races at Saratoga.
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