Blazing Meadows Farm and Siena Farm’s three-for-three GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies hopeful Dayoutoftheoffice (Into Mischief) turned in her first published breeze since annexing Belmont’s GI Frizette S. in the Keeneland mud Friday, covering five panels in 1:00.40 (1/3). The dark bay worked solo through splits of :12.80, :25.40, :37.00 and galloped out in 1:12.80 and 1:27 flat.
“I think it was her best work. She finished up really strong and galloped out great,” said trainer Tim Hamm, who co-owns the filly under his Blazing Meadows banner. “I weighed working [tomorrow] and went out and looked at the track twice and saw it was opened up. Plus, the timing was a lot better today.”
A debut winner at Gulfstream in May, Dayoutoftheoffice took Saratoga’s GIII Schuylerville S. by six lengths before stretching out to a one-turn mile in the Oct. 10 Frizette.
“I have been waiting for two turns all year,” Hamm said of the Breeders’ Cup trip. “We would have run in [Keeneland’s GI Darley] Alcibiades [S. Oct. 2] had the timing been a little bit different. We are looking forward to two turns.”