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Chase The Chaos Prepares For Cross-Country Trip | 2023 Preakness Stakes News
Chase the Chaos (Vassar Photography)

Chase The Chaos Prepares For Cross-Country Trip | 2023 Preakness Stakes News

Bill Dory and Adam Ference’s Chase the Chaos walked Saturday morning at Golden Gate Fields, one day after turning in his final timed work for the May 20 Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course.

The son of Astern covered five furlongs in 1:00.80 over the all-weather track.

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Trainer Ed Moger Jr. said he moved the planned work ahead by one day because the gelding is being shipped from California to Maryland on Tuesday. Moger said that the track at Golden Gate Fields is closed on Mondays, and he wanted to see Chase the Chaos on the track following the breeze before putting him on a plane. By training Friday, Chase the Chaos could walk Saturday and go back to the track on Sunday.

“He worked brilliant,” Moger said.

The veteran trainer said he expects to have settled on a jockey to ride Chase the Chaos by the end of the weekend.

Chase the Chaos earned an expense-paid berth in the 148th Preakness with this victory in the El Camino Real Derby on Feb. 11 at Golden Gate Fields.

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