Amoss To Test No Parole On 2020 Derby Trail

No Parole, a Tom Amoss trained thoroughbred, has looked impressive in two Fair Ground starts, winning by a combined 27 1/2 lengths. He looked impressive again on Saturday, winning Delta Downs’ $100,000 Premier Night Prince.

Firstly, after the win, Amoss said the horse proved it can handle the distance and is ready to be tested on the Kentucky Derby trail.

“I think we have to try one of the Triple Crown preps,” Amoss said. “He earned it tonight and showed what a good horse he is.”

Secondly, No Parole got off to a fast start and quickly led the race by a length and a half. The margin grew wider when Outofmybind, his closest pursuer, was out of the running. The final time for a mile was 1:39.93 with No Parole, off at 1-9, a 6 1/2-length winner.

No Parole Has A Shot Says Tom Amoss

No Parole Tom Amoss

“He relaxed well and finished really fast,” Graham said. “…He’s very explosive — very willing to do anything you want to do. Also, great to ride, and thanks to Tom. He’s getting me on him for a while anyway.”

“Everything he does is effortless,” Amoss said. “That’s how he’s prepared. Even before we first ran him, we knew we had something special. Nothing against the Louisiana-bred program — we love it — but I told Maggi about three weeks before we ran him that this isn’t just a good Louisiana-bred; this is a very good horse.”

In conclusion, No Parole made his debut on December 15 and won again in Allowance Company on Jan. 11 before making his stakes debut on Saturday. With his eye on the Kentucky Derby trail, Amoss hasn’t decided which race No Parole will be entered in next and plans to discuss options with owner Maggi Moss in the coming days.

February 13, 2020 by : Posted in odds No Comments

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