$200,000 King Glorious Stakes Draws Field of Six

$200,000 King Glorious Stakes Draws Field of Six

Category : News - Sat 13/12/2014 - 16:16 EST

On Sunday at Los Alamitos Race Course, the featured race is the 3rd edition of the $200,000 King Glorious Stakes. Restricted to two-year-olds bred in California or sired by a California stallion, the one mile race has drawn a field of six.

Acceptance has been installed as the morning line favorite at odds of 6-5 for trainer Donald Warren. A dark bay son of Vronksy, the juvenile colt is undefeated from two career starts. After breaking his maiden in his debut over a field of twelve rivals, he came back to win as the heavy favorite in the Golden State Juvenile Stakes. He has been training steadily since that winning effort and will have regular rider Elvis Trujillo aboard from post position three.

Mischief Clem a consistent contender

Mischief Clem is the second choice on the morning line at odds of 5-2 for trainer R.B. Hess, Jr. Purchased for $22,000 as a yearling, he has been on the board in all four starts with two wins to his credit. He broke his maiden at first asking and also won an optional claiming race. After a third-place finish in the Golden State Juvenile, he came back to finish second against open company in an optional claiming race. Kent Desormeaux will be aboard from post four.

Kluszekski making stakes debut after maiden score

Also in the field at morning line odds of 4-1 is Kluszewski for trainer Phillip D’Amato. Bred and owned by Nick Alexander, the dark bay son of Northern Afleet will be making his stakes debut after breaking his maiden in his fourth career start. He will be stretching out to two turns after sprinting in all four starts. Rafael Bejarano, aboard for his winning performance last time out, has retained the mount and they will break from the rail.

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