Today’s $400,000 Lukas Classic won by Knicks Go: Video is long but it starts with b-roll of race, with interviews (in order) of jockey Joel Rosario, trainer Brad Cox and D. Wayne Lukas, who presented the trophy for the stakes bearing his name.
Previously (Sept. 30)
Brad Cox talks about his two Breeders’ Cup Classic contenders: 2020 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner Knicks Go, who races in Saturday’s $400,000 Lukas Classic, and Essential Quality, the 2020 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner and 2-year-old champion whose victories this year include the Belmont and Travers Stakes. Part 1 of 2 parts.
Part 2: Cox talks about the retirement of two-time Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner and champion Monomoy Girl and his other Breeders’ Cup contenders.
There’s no hiding Hidden Connection – not after the 2-year-old filly won her debut by 7 1/2 lengths at Colonial Downs and Churchill Downs’ Grade 3 Pocahontas – a “Win and You’re In” for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies by 9 1/4 lengths. We speak with former college basketball star Jake Ballis, whose Black Type Thoroughbreds bought into Hidden Connection after her first race, and Dan Hall of majority-owner Hidden Brook Farm, which bought Hidden Connection for $85,000 at a 2-year-old auction.
B-roll of Hidden Connection and Jake Ballis interview
Hidden Brook Farm’s Dan Hall on Hidden Connection
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