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Thursday, April 20, 2006

Pyramid doing great

PYRAMID PARK, the 5th favourite for the Queen's Plate, according to the winterbook odds released in March, popped up in the Woodbine entries on Sunday, getting his 3yo campaign started after a winter vacation.
The dark bay colt, owned and bred by Eaton Hall Farm, has been training strongly in Florida and Woodbine since February. At that time, trainer Mike Doyle raved about the progress of his colt and it appears as if things continue to be well with the Cup & Saucer Stakes winner.
While it is difficult to guess whether Pyramid Park is better on the grass, as his trainer suspects, the colt landed in a cozy Ontario-sired, non-winners of 2, allowance race at 7 furlongs on Sunday - the 3rd race on the card.
Pyramid Park (Tethra) was tabbed at 12 to 1 in the winterbook for the Plate.
Some other Plate prospects compete in the Ontario-sired maiden race on Sunday - race 5.
They include Neil the Knife (Bold Executive), trained by Bob Tiller and Be Sincere, trained by David Bell.


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