Though he has yet to set foot at Monmouth Park,
George Kerr’s Good Morning Diva is on the road to the Grade 1 Haskell
Invitational that will be renewed on July 29.
The 3-year-old colt started four times in Florida for trainer
David Braddy, winning a maiden race at Gulfstream and the Calder Race Course
Derby. But the owner wanted Good Morning Diva to run in the north, so he was
sent to Tim Hills.
The Kentucky-bred is entered in Saturday’s $200,000 Peter
Pan Stakes (G2) at Belmont,
and after that race will be shipped to the Hills barn at Monmouth.
“The owner is thinking Haskell for this horse,” Hills
said. “He’s by Lion Heart, a Haskell winner (2004), and it looks like he’s
“If he comes out of the Peter Pan in good order, he’ll go
next in the first Haskell prep here, the Pegasus Stakes (Grade 3 on June 17).”
The horse was shipped north just last week, shortly after
turning in a sharp drill (six furlongs in 1:13 1/5) at Calder.
“That’s a terrific work over the Calder track,” Hills
said. “They usually work in 1:15 or 1:16.”
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