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Harry Rosenblum and Cheyenne Stable’s Time for Truth (Omaha Beach) tuned up for an expected start in the Mar. 30 GI Arkansas Derby with a six-furlong work in 1:13.00 (1/1) work over a muddy Oaklawn strip Saturday.

“This was our meat and potatoes,” trainer Ron Moquett said of the work. “Then, we’ll put a side on him next week.”

A debut winner at Oaklawn on New Year’s Eve, Time for Truth was second in the Feb. 10 Ozark S., but missed out on a start in the GII Rebel S. when he suffered a minor shin injury the night before the Feb. 24 race. He resurfaced with a victory in a 1 1/16-mile allowance Mar. 2.

“We’re still trying to put it all together,” Moquett said. “He’s a very talented horse that we’re just trying to see where his maturation is. The other day we noticed, even though he won, when he made the front, he kind of waited on a horse for a second, but then galloped out really well. So, we’re trying to get him to do everything that he’s supposed to do to be more professional.”

The Arkansas Derby will offer 200 points to its top five finishers (100-50-25-15-10, respectively) toward starting eligibility for the May 4 GI Kentucky Derby.

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