By Emily Shields
The $3 million contest lost one of its major players Wednesday just before entry time when True Timber was declared out of the race. The winner of the Cigar Mile (G1) had been training for this race when trainer Jack Sisterson noted he wasn’t 100%.
Last Judgement is the horse who was entered to take his place. The son of Congrats is coming off a win in the Sunshine Classic Stakes here just last Saturday. Mike Maker trains the five-year-old, who has won three of his last five starts. He was stakes placed here last year as well.
The full field for the Pegasus World Cup, with jockeys and Pegasus World Cup odds:
- Sleepy Eyes Todd 8-1 Jose Ortiz
- Coastal Defense 15-1 Corey Lanerie
- Independence Hall 20-1 Flavien Prat
- Knicks Go 5-2 Joel Rosario
- Jesus’ Team 8-1 Irad Ortiz, Jr
- Kiss Today Goodbye 10-1 Mike Smith
- Tax 5-1 Luis Saez
- Harpers First Ride 10-1 Angel Cruz
- Last Judgement 20-1 Paco Lopez
- Code of Honor 9-2 Tyler Gaffalione
- Mr Freeze 15-1 John Velazquez
- Math Wizard 20-1 Edgar Zayas
Trainer Dale Romans has two horses in the race, while trainer Michael McCarthy, with Independence Hall, is the only trainer entered to have won it before. The Pegasus World Cup is the last of 12 races on a card with seven stakes, two exceptional maiden races, and a trio of allowance races. Watch TVG every day for free Pegasus picks and analysis.
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