“Breezing” generally indicates the horse was not under strong urging, while “handily” typically denotes the horse was under urging from its rider (this can vary by location). Numbers in parentheses represent the ranking among other horses who worked that day at that distance and at that track.
Anothertwistafate: 3/2 – The El Camino Real Derby winner worked four furlongs handily in :49.40 (14/55) on a fast all weather oval at Golden Gate Fields.
Avie’s Flatter: 3/4 – The two-time Woodbine stakes hero and Canada’s likely Sovereign Award Champion 2-year-old Male breezed four furlongs over fast dirt at the Palm Meadows Training Center in :49.25 (11/20) in advance of a planned start in the March 9 Grade 2 Tampa Bay Derby.
Game Winner: 3/4 – Trainer Bob Baffert’s reigning Champion 2-year-old Male worked five furlongs handily in 1:00.60 (6/42) on Santa Anita’s fast surface to prepare for his seasonal debut in that track’s Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes on March 9.
Haikal: 3/1 – Conditioner Kiaran McLaughlin’s Jimmy Winkfield Stakes victor breezed four furlongs over Belmont Park’s fast training track in :48.10 (11/84) ahead of an expected run in Aqueduct’s March 9 Grade 3 Gotham Stakes.
Laughling Fox: 3/2 – The Union Rags colt, who rallied from far back to capture an Oaklawn Park allowance optional claiming contest last month, breezed five furlongs in 1:00.80 (5/40) on that fast course and could make his stakes debut there in the Grade 2 Rebel Stakes on March 16.
War of Will: 3/2 – Owner Gary Barber’s multiple graded stakes champ began preparations for the March 23 Grade 2 Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds with a four-furlong breeze over that sealed track labeled good in :50.20 (63/87) under jockey Declan Carroll.