Godolphin, Cox Elect To Bypass Kentucky Derby With Shared Sense

Godolphin’s Indiana Derby winner Shared Sense has been removed from consideration for the Sept. 5 Kentucky Derby, reports Horse Racing Nation. The son of Street Sense was most recently fifth behind Art Collector in the Ellis Park Derby.

“I just spoke with Jimmy Bell from Godolphin, and we have elected to bypass the Kentucky Derby and take it off of our radar,” trainer Brad Cox told HRN. “He will remain in training, and we will campaign him through the fall, but we will not point for the Kentucky Derby.”

Over his nine-race career, Shared Sense has compiled a record of three wins and two seconds for earnings of $327,745.

Among the options being considered for Shared Sense include the Oklahoma Derby at Remington Park on Sept. 27.

Read more at Horse Racing Nation.

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