Blind Luck faces test in Hollywood Starlet
Before Blind Luck made her California debut in late July, jockey Rafael Bejarano worked her several times for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, always giving positive reports.A facial injury suffered in a gruesome spill at Del Mar on July 22 cost Bejarano the mount on Blind Luck through the summer and fall, the period during which she won the Grade 1 Oak Leaf Stakes and finished third in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies.Bejarano and Blind Luck will finally be matched in a race in Sunday's $405,250 Hollywood Starlet at Hollywood Park as he regains the mount from Tyler Baze who is recovering from hand surgery.
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