Castle Village Farm’s newest claim, three-year-old Classic R and B, ran a solid 3rd in Belmont’s 9th race on Friday, May 18th. Stepping up in class off the claim, and sent off by the public as a 39-1 longshot, Classic R and B, under David Cohen, tracked the early leaders in the mile and a sixteenth turf event, made an inside move off the far turn to briefly gain the lead, then was caught in the homestretch, missing the win by less than two lengths. He earned his highest lifetime Beyer speed figure in the race.
Castle Village Farm’s newest claim, three-year-old Classic R and B, makes his first start in our colors in the 9th race at Belmont on Friday, May 18th. Post time is 5:0 pm.
The race is a mile and a sixteenth on the turf for horses that have never won three races, with a claiming tag of $25,000. David Cohen will ride for CVF trainer Bruce Brown.
Castle Village Farm’s new claim, Tom Cat Allie, is entered main-track-only in the 6th race at Belmont on Thursday, May 10. The race is an N1X allowance/optional $35,000 claimer at a mile and a sixteenth on the turf, with a purse of $77,000. Tom Cat Allie is entered for the claim price. With rain today at Belmont and more forecast for tonight, there’s a good chance he’ll get to run. Rosie Napravnik, fresh off her win in the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs, has the mount for Castle Village Farm trainer Bruce Brown.