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Bustin Out Goes For Three In A Row In Sunday's Miss Woodford

Posted Saturday, Jul 18, 2015

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       Bustin Out tries her luck in stakes company for the first time as she looks for her third win in a row in Sunday’s, $70,000 Miss Woodford Stakes going six furlongs over the Monmouth Park main track.

            “She has been doing great since last time out,” said Chuck Spina, who trains the horse for Gayle Ioia. “She came out of last race excellent. I usually like to wait a month or so in between starts, but she is ready to go in 14 days.”

            Bustin Out has dominated in her last two races going gate to wire in both winning by a combined 10 ¼ lengths. In her four career starts, all over the Monmouth Park dirt, Bustin Out has yet to miss the board with a record of 2-1-1.

            The 3-year-old filly hasn’t worked since her last start on July 5. Her latest breeze came on June 26, where she went four furlongs on the Monmouth Park main track in :54.

            “This is going to be a tough field,” said Spina. “There is a lot early speed in the race. She doesn’t have to go to the lead. This is the second time in a row that she has drawn the rail, but we have seen that she can handle it. She is a fighter. This will be a true test of how good she really is.”

            Bustin Out, by Bustin Stones out of the Disco Rico mare Disco Shaker, faces two stakes winners in the field of 11; Coco’s Wildcat and Get the Sensation. She also faces another familiar foe in Todd Pletcher’s Thepartyneverends, who beat Bustin Out to break her maiden earlier in the meet.

            Jose Ferrer is back aboard Bustin Out, who has been aboard for all four starts. The Miss Woodford will be race 10 in Sunday’s 11-race card. Gates open at 11:30 a.m., with first post at 12:50 p.m.

 


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