Maximum Security entered in first post-Derby race

Maximum Security will race on Sunday for the first time since the 3-year-old was disqualified from the Kentucky Derby.

On Thursday, trainer Jason Servis entered the horse in the $150,000 Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth Park in New Jersey.The 1 1/16-mile race is considered a warmup for the major summer races for 3-year-olds, in particular two Grade 1 events: the Haskell Invitational on July 20 at Monmouth and kombi Servisi the Travers Stakes on Aug. 24 at Saratoga Race Course in upstate New York.

Maximum Security crossed the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby on May 2 but was disqualified for interference.With no Triple Crown on the line, kombi Servisi the horse didn’t run in the Preakness Stakes or the Belmont Stakes.

Servis reportedly had considered making the horse’s next race the Haskell but decided to enter him in the Pegasus.

“He’s going to run,” Servis said, per Horse Racing Nation. If you loved this article therefore you would like to acquire more info about Kombi Servisi kindly visit our own web site. “The horse had a really good day and I don’t see a reason why we shouldn’t run.”

Maximum Security’s owners, kombi servisi Gary and Mary West, kombi Servisi have sued in hopes of overturning the decision to disqualify the horse at the Derby and restoring the win. Runner-up Country House was named the winner at 65-1 odds.

–Field Level Media

Оставьте комментарий