(Gunite / Photos by Holly M. Smith)

We are back looking at the daily workout schedule from around the country. Every day (Some days?), we scour the work tabs at racetracks all over the country.  We are looking for workouts that may be of interest and helpful to you — as both race fans and handicappers.  Some of the horses we will be tracking, you will know.  Some of them, you may not know — as of yet.

We are back…Take a look:

1. Cavalry Charge — a 5YO son of Honor Code and trained by Dallas Stewart — worked at the Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The Graded Stakes winner — who captured the G3 Fair Grounds Stakes on Feb. 19 — went 3 furlongs in :37.40. It was the 5th fastest time out of 16 to go the distance and the 2nd published work for this one in the last couple of weeks. On the road back.

2. Gunite — a 3YO son of Gun Runner and trained by Steve Asmussen — was back in action on Wednesday, too. The multiple Graded Stakes winner breezed a half-mile at the Fairgrounds in :51.20. That was 51st out of the 70 to clock the distance. Last time on the track for reals, this guy ran 4th in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile. Before that, he had won 4 of the previous 5, with a second thrown in for good measure. Talent. Back soon.

3. Private Creed — a 2YO son of Jimmy Creed and another in the barn of Team Asmussen — worked at the Fairgrounds on Wednesday, too. This one — who has won 3 of the first 5 career starts and is coming off a 3rd in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint — went 4 furlongs in an easy :51.20. More to come.

4. Sixtythreecaliber — a 3YO son of Gun Runner and in the care of trainer Tom Amoss — worked at the Fairgrounds on Wednesday, as well. This one — who has won 3 in a row and 5 of 7 in 2022 — went 4 furlongs in :49.60. That was the 23rd best time out of the 70. This one is coming off a win in the G3 Comely Stakes at Aqueduct on Nov. 25. Should be ready for the next.

5. Weyhill Road — a 2YO son of Quality Road and a handsome fellow who garnered a whopping $1.6 million at the 2021 Keeneland September Yearling Sale is our “Horse to Watch.” He worked this morning at Gulfstream Park in South Florida for HOF trainer Shug McGaughey. The colt — who ran a well-beaten 4th to Victory Formation in the career debut at KEE in October — went 4 furlongs in :47.69. That breeze was from the gate and was the 7th best time out of 41 to go the distance. May be worth watching this one next time out. Put a checkmark by this one.