Behind the scenes at the first Stars of Tomorrow program – all 2-year-old races – at Churchill Downs Sunday, Oct. 27.
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Miguel Mena celebrates aboard Son of a Preacher, son of Pulpit
Tiger Bourbon, a long-striding son of Big Brown
Canaryinacoalmine, with Joe Rocco, Jr, up, broke her maiden in her second start for trainer Steve Margolis. She’s by Birdstone.
Cee ‘n O, a son of Silver Train who was third in the Arlington-Washington Futurity, was sixth in the Street Sense. He might prefer synthetic and turf.
Coastline, a son of Speightstown, is now 2 of 3 with one second after winning the Street Sense for trainer Mark Casse. He’s a very professional type; mature for a 2-year-old.
Albano, half-brother of Mark Valeski, trained by Larry Jones. The son of Istan finished third.
And You Can, a half-sister to Kentucky Oaks winner Believe You Can, was eighth in her debut.
Ducasa, a Discreet Cat filly trying dirt for the first time, and Norberto Arroyo with the win.
Shaun Bridgmohan and Street Sense winner Coastline.
A return to dirt helped Culprit
A moment with Indian Pegasus
Norberto Arroyo, Jr. celebrates with a fan after winning aboard Ducasa.
Wouldn’t You Know, son of Speightstown, and a smiling Joe Rocco, Jr.
Gambler’s Rose, a half-sister of Thiskyhasnolimit, was a valiant second in her second start for Dale Romans.
Florida-bred Kwacha was quite animated before her fourth start.
Ride on Curlin, third in the Street Sense, is always running well late.
Little Baker, son of Forestry, was fourth in his second start.
Rags to Riches winner Clever Beauty, by Indian Charlie, is now 2 for 2 at Churchill Downs.
Springboard was a Spring At Last progeny first-time dirt play.
Winston, friend of many horses at Churchill Downs, decked out for Halloween.