Santiva works, not fully committed
Updated: May 28, 2011, 6:41 PM ETBy Marty McGee | Daily Racing Form
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Santiva warmed up for a probable start in the 143rd Belmont Stakes by breezing five furlongs Saturday morning at Churchill Downs, finishing in 1:00.60 over a fast track while in the company of stablemate Golden Gulch.Brendan Walsh, assistant to trainer Eddie Kenneally, was aboard Santiva for the work, which was the colt's second since he finished a creditable sixth in the May 7 Kentucky Derby. Santiva worked a half-mile here May 20 in 49.80 seconds. "I thought ...
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