by Ed Golden/Santa Anita | 02.14.2020 | 4:19pm
Storm The Court ‘Got A Lot Out Of’ San Vicente, Could Target San Felipe
Storm the Court, ridden by Flavien Prat, wins the TVG Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Breeders' Cup World Championship Friday at Santa Anita Park on November 1, 2019: in Arcadia, California. Kaz Ishida/Eclipse Sportswire/CSM
Peter Eurton is satisfied with Eclipse champion Storm the Court's three-year-old debut despite it being a fourth in the San Vicente Stakes last Sunday.
“He got a lot out of that,” the trainer said. “I like how he came out of it, too. We'll see how he goes and ponder our next race, but it could be four weeks, five weeks (from now). It could be here in the San Felipe (March 7) or possibly the Rebel (March 14 at Oaklawn Park).
“We'll see how it goes. It's a long way until the Kentucky Derby (May 2).”
Royal Act, another of Eurton's Triple Crown hopefuls who was second in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes Feb. 1, is scheduled to work tomorrow with his next race undetermined.
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