Review of Darley Alcibiades Stakes, Grade I, at Keenland on October 5

Race 8. Darley Alcibiades, Grade I For two-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles on dirt. Purse $400,000.

The Darley Alcibiades Stakes is a Breeders’ Cup Challenge race with the winner earning a berth in the Breeders’ Cup Tito’s Handmade Vodka Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade I) to be run November 2 at Churchill Downs.

Entries:

PP Horse Jockey Trainer M/L
1 Reflect James Graham J. Keith Desormeaux 12/1
2 Meadow Dance Florent Geroux Brad H. Cox 15/1
3 Restless Rider Brian Joseph Hernandez, Jr. Kenneth  McPeek 3/1
4 My Wynter Rose Cory Orm Tommy Short 30/1
5 Kim K Heriberto Figueroa Peter Miller 12/1
6 Into Trouble Jose Ortiz Ben Colebrook 15/1
7 Boujie Girl Geovanni Franco Peter Miller 6/1
8 Lady T N T Corey Lanerie Joe Sharp 4/1
9 Catherinethegreat Julien Leparoux Mark Casse 5/1
10 Malocchio John Velazquez John Servis 12/1
11 Somewhere Tyler Gaffalione William Bradley 15/1
12 Abbo Jevian Toledo James Lawrence, II 30/1
13 Chocolate Kisses Shaun Bridgmohan Mark Casse 20/1
14 Bella Ciao Luis Saez Antonio Sano 15/1
15 Champagne Anyone Chris Landeros Ian Wilkes 30/1
16 Khairiya Jack Gilligan Michelle Lovell 30/1

The Darley Alcibiades drew a full gate of 14 fillies with a pair of also eligibles.

Restless Rider won her debut race. She won the six-furlong Debutante Stakes June 30 at Churchill on June 30. She finished second in the finish second Sept. 1 in the seven-furlong Spinaway Stakes (Grade I) at Saratoga on September 1.

Catherinethegreat won the Schuylerville Stakes (Grade III) at Saratoga Race on July 20 at six furlongs. She ran ninth in the Spinaway after challenging for the lead to the top of the lane.

Lady T N T won her last two races. She broke her maiden going 5 1/2 at Saratoga, then winning against allowance fillies at Churchill going six furlongs. She has lots of speed and should be near the lead.

Into Trouble rallied from eighth to win the seven-furlong Arlington-Washington Lassie Stakes Sept. 8 at Arlington International Racecourse. She has won both of her races.

Chocolate Kisses broke her maiden around two turns on the turf at Saratoga in July, She ran third in the P.G. Johnson Stakes at Saratoga on August 30. She should find a spot on the board.

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