Lothenbach Stables’ homebred Nobody’s Fault, runner-up to Group I winner Lady Aurelia in the Giant’s Causeway last month at Keeneland, heads a field of 11 fillies and mares entered Wednesday for Saturday’s seventh running of the $65,000-added Unbridled Sidney overnight stakes.
The Unbridled Sidney, contested at five furlongs on the Matt Winn Turf Course, will go as the afternoon’s 10th race with a 5:21 p.m. (all times Eastern) post time. First post time Saturday is 12:45 p.m.
Trained by Neil Pessin, Nobody’s Fault has blossomed as a sprinter with a win and two seconds in three starts going 5½ furlongs. Corey Lanerie has the mount on Nobody’s Fault and will break from post position 10.
Also figuring to attract attention are Winchester Racing’s Miss Gossip (IRE) and Calvin Johnston and Carlos Tonda’s Triple Chelsea.
Unbeaten in two starts in 2017 going 5 ½ furlongs on the grass, Miss Gossip was a 2 ¾-length allowance winner at Keeneland in her most recent outing. Trained by Andrew McKeever, Miss Gossip will be ridden by James Graham and break from post position two.
Triple Chelsea, trained by Tony Granitz, was fourth in the Giant’s Causeway. Prior to that, going five furlongs, Triple Chelsea was third in the Ladies Turf Sprint at Gulfstream Park and had won the Lightning City Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.
Alonso Quinonez has the mount and will break from post position 11.
The field for the Unbridled Sidney, with riders and weights from the inside, is: Frosty Friday (Florent Geroux, 121 pounds), Miss Gossip (IRE) (Grahan, 123), Melaleuca (Jon Court, 121), Sweet Angel Roan (Marcelino Pedroza, 121), Clairenation (Miguel Mena, 121), Her Love for Pappy (Ricardo Santana Jr., 121), Boom Bam Bing (David Flores, 121), Lajatico (GB) (Brian Hernandez Jr., 121), Super Saks (Gabriel Saez, 121), Nobody’s Fault (Lanerie, 121) and Triple Chelsea (Quinonez, 121).