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Gulfstream Park Preview | Glitter Woman Stakes 2024
Let Them Watch (Lauren King / Coglianese Photos)

Gulfstream Park Preview | Glitter Woman Stakes 2024

Case Chambers’ Let Them Watch will be back on friendly territory for Sunday’s $100,000 Glitter Woman Stakes at Gulfstream Park, where the daughter of Maximus Mischief is undefeated in two starts.

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The Michael Maker trainee launched her career at Gulfstream with back-to-back victories, producing a 6 ½-length romp in her July 7 debut and a dominating 2 ¾-length decision in the six-furlong Sharp Susan Stakes Aug. 13.

Let Them Watch sustained her first loss in the Oct. 27 Myrtlewood at Keeneland but bounced back to win the six-furlong Sandpiper at Tampa Bay Downs Dec. 2.

“She started off really well here. We had the intent of running her at Kentucky Downs. We shipped up but she got sick. We missed a little time with her. I don’t think she was right and wasn’t quite ready to go [at Keeneland},” said Nolan Ramsey, Maker’s assistant trainer. “When she shipped back down here, she still wasn’t quire ready. The work before the stake at Tampa, she showed me was ready. We expected a big effort from her that day, and she really showed up.”

Hector Diaz Jr., who was aboard for Let Them Watch’s three victories, has the return call in the six-furlong Glitter Woman that attracted a field of seven 3-year-old fillies.

Black Type Thoroughbreds and partners’ Caress enters the Glitter Woman off a second-place optional claiming allowance at Aqueduct. The George Weaver-trained daughter of Connect won at first asking at Aqueduct before finishing fourth in a Laurel stakes.

AMO Racng USA’s Launch, who was winless on turf in seven tries in Europe, is coming off a dazzling U.S. and dirt debut, in which she a six-furlong maiden special weight race by 7 ½ lengths at Delaware Oct. 18.

Joanne Shankle’s Kissbyanangel enters the Glitter Woman off a two-length front-running score in the Dec. 2 Maryland Juvenile Filly at Laurel.

Also entered:

  • Ian Wilkes-trained Into Champagne, who is coming off a seven-month layoff since a sharp debut victory at Ellis Park
  • Murat Sancal-trained Indescriptable, a 2 ¾-length maiden winner last time out
  • Julie Stormfelt-trained Scootaloo, a 4 ¾-length maiden winner at Gulfstream last out