Going Global leads dozen Fall Harvest Nominees

October 23, 2022

Heywoods Beach tops list of 23 Nominated to TAA (G2)

LEXINGTON, Ky.—CYBT, Michael Dubb, Saul Gevertz, Michael Nentwig and Ray Pagano’s multiple graded stakes winner Going Global (IRE) heads a roster of 32 fillies and mares nominated to the first running of the $350,000 Fall Harvest Presented by Mint Gaming Hall going a mile on the turf.

Entries for the race, which will be run after the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) on Nov. 5, will be taken Monday, Oct. 31.

Trained by Phil D’Amato, Going Global has a resume highlighted by a victory in the 2021 Del Mar Oaks (G1) and wins this year in the Royal Heroine (G2) and Yellow Ribbon Handicap (G2).

Another Grade 1 winner among the nominees is Bal Mar Equine’s Dalika (GER). Trained by Al Stall Jr., Dalika in her past two starts won the Beverly D. (G1) at Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf (G3).

Other multiple graded stakes winners among the nominations are Susan and John Moore’s Princess Grace; Charles Fipke’s Lady Speightspeare; Kaleem Shah’s Madone; Michael Dubb, Madaket Stables and Robert LaPenta’s Shantisara (IRE), winner of last year’s Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1) Presented by Dixiana at Keeneland; Klaravich Stables’ Technical Analysis (IRE) and Team Valor International and Gary Barber’s Wakanaka (IRE).

Heywoods Beach tops list of 23 Nominated to TAA (G2)

Hronis Racing’s Heywoods Beach, winner of his past two starts going a mile and a half, tops a list of 23 horses nominated to the 15th running of the $350,000 Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (G2) for 3-year-olds and up going 1 5/8 miles on the main track.

Entries for the race, which will precede the first of five Breeders’ Cup World Championships races on Nov. 4 Future Stars Friday, will be taken Monday, Oct. 31.

Trained by John Sadler, Heywoods Beach won the Tokyo City (G3) at Santa Anita on Oct. 2 and prior to that won the Cougar II (G3) at Del Mar.

Also nominated to the race are the 2-3 finishers from the Tokyo City, Win the Day and Tizamagician.

Boat Racing, Fritz Brothers Racing and William Strauss’ Win the Day has been training at Keeneland and posted a 5-furlong work in 1:03.20 here on Saturday. He is trained by Doug O’Neill.

My Racehorse and Spendthrift Farm’s Tizamagician, trained by Richard Mandella, was second in this race last year at Del Mar. Tizamagician is a multiple graded stakes winner.

Another nomination of note is Lucky Seven Stable’s Rattle N Roll. Trained by Kenny McPeek, Rattle N Roll won the Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity (G1) here last fall, and this year is a three-time Derby winner, taking the American Derby at Churchill Downs, St. Louis Derby at FanDuel Sportsbook and Horse Racing (formerly Fairmount Park) and Oklahoma Derby (G3) at Remington Park.

Keeneland Press Release
Main Photo: Going Global winning the Yellow Ribbob. Photo by Ernie Belmonte/Past The Wire

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