Racing & Wagering

Program Changes

2014 Churchill Downs September Meet

September 5-28

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Day 9 of 12

TRACK: FAST

TURF: FIRM (Lane 2, 15' off the hedge)

POST TIME: 12:45 p.m. (all times EDT)

UPDATED: 4:55 p.m.

RACE 1 (12:45 p.m.) - 50-cent minimum Pick 4 begins

Equipment Change #4 Dr. Smooth - blinkers on

Medication Update #5 Calculus - no Lasix

SCRATCH #7 Grand Slam Larry

RACE 2 (1:15 p.m.)

Jockey Change #1 Regal Market - Victor Lebron

SCRATCH #7 Citizen Kitten

RACE 3 (1:47 p.m.)

SCRATCH #3 Bold Annie

Jockey Change #5 Sevenhuntkids, Victor Lebron

RACE 4 (2:19 p.m.) - 50-cent minimum Pick 4 begins

SCRATCH #2 Tap and Trade

SCRATCH #5 Corrigible

RACE 5 (2:51 p.m.)  - 20-cent minimum Single-6 Jackpot begins (6-day carryover $8,699)

LATE SCRATCH #2 Frannie G

Jockey Change #3 Blutadda - Victor Lebron

RACE 6 (3:22 p.m.) - 50-cent minimum Pick 5 begins

NO CHANGES

RACE 7 (3:53 p.m.) - 50-cent minimum Pick 4 begins

SCRATCH #4 Fair Dinkum

SCRATCH #9 John Galt

RACE 8 (4:24 p.m.)

NO CHANGES

RACE 9 (4:55 p.m.)

SCRATCH #1 Hoss Tater

SCRATCH #7 Go Go Rocket

LATE SCRATCH #8 H Town Brown

SCRATCH #9 Puppy Manners

SCRATCH AE #11 Examen

RACE 10 (5:27 p.m.) - $1 Super Hi-5 (no carryover)

SCRATCH #5 Prestidigitator

SCRATCH #6 Love Love Me Do

JOE ROCCO JR., jockey of Valiant Boy Sbfar (winner) – “He ran very well today. The horse in front of me was fighting hard and my horse was getting tired but he timed it right and got to the wire first. The only difference between the horse this year and last year was he had a race under his belt going into it last year. This year he’s come off a long layoff and we were a little concerned about his fitness level, but he handled himself well. Good horses make good jockeys; whether it’s Thoroughbred, Arabian, it doesn’t matter. We’re all in the same boat, we all need nice horses.”

 

ELIZABETH MERRYMAN, trainer of Valiant Boy Sbfar (winner) – “There were a bunch of really nice horses in there today and it was hard for him coming off of such a long layoff without a prep race. But he fought his way through and his class showed. Joe and I talked in the paddock beforehand that without a prep race, we were going to have to use his energy wisely and he did. We were very proud of him.”