Tag Archives: Diego Herrera

Miracle Mark: Has Ton Of Talent But Needs More Gate Schooling

Two year old colt for Phil D’Amato made start #2 on Saturday and for the 2nd consecutive race, he broke poorly at the start with a stumble to lose all chance. Off at 5/1 in a field of 8 runners going a mile on the main in this maiden special weight, he was six back […]

Signora Minister: Rapidly Improving One To Watch In Next Start

Four year old filly for Peter Miller was entered in a 20,000 claimer for 3 and up on the main at ¾ on Friday for non winners of 3 lifetime. Off as the 2/1 choice in a field of 9, she broke well under Diego Herrera and sat two lengths back of the leader down […]

Irideo (ARG): One to Watch In Next at Del Mar

This South American transplant had success at Del Mar last summer. He won the Wickerr Stakes in July and rallied for the place in the Del Mar Mile (G2) in September. In his last two starts at Santa Anita, he completed the exacta in the American Stakes (G3) and Shoemaker Mile (G1). His most recent […]

Austonian: Has Talent While Tough to Hold In Next Start

Three year old colt for Brian Koriner made his debut on Sunday in a maiden special weight for Cal bred sophomores at ¾ on the main. Bet heavy right from the get go, he went off as the 3/5 choice in a field of six. He broke outward and a step slow from the outside […]