Tiz The Law ‘Really Full Of Himself’ In First Work Since Kentucky Jockey Club

Defeated last out as the favorite in the G2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, Tiz the Law has returned to the work tab in South Florida. The 2-year-old son of Constitution breezed a half-mile at Palm Meadows in :50.40, reports drf.com.

“Everything was perfect,” trainer Barclay Tagg told drf.com. “I told [Heather Smullen, exercise rider] I didn’t want him to go fast, I just wanted him to finish strong up the stretch, and he was really full of himself the whole way. I wanted to give him a little time off before getting him going again, but we wound up missing a couple of works because of bad weather on the wrong days. So this first work came a little later than I wanted to start back, although we should have plenty of time to get him ready.”

Winner of the Grade 1 Champagne earlier this year, Tiz the Law caught a sloppy track at Churchill for the Kentucky Jockey Club. He was a bit slow at the break, struggled to find position early and finished a bit flat to be third behind Silver Prospector and Finnick the Fierce. Tiz the Law is expected to make his 3-year-old debut in the Grade 3 Holy Bull at Gulfstream on Feb. 1.

Read more at drf.com.

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