After a bit of a delay, Q B One, the first foal out of multiple Eclipse Award winner Beholder, is on track to make his first start in the coming weeks, Daily Racing Form reports.
Trainer Richard Mandella told DRF’s Brad Free that 3-year-old Uncle Mo colt was “three or four weeks away from a race.”
A homebred for Spendthrift Farm, which also campaigned Beholder, Q B One was set to debut last year as a 2-year-old, but Mandella stopped on the colt after a July workout at Del Mar. The colt remains based in Southern California, where he most recently breezed five furlongs in 1:01.80 on Friday at Santa Anita.
Read more at Daily Racing Form.
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