Los Al's Miss Princess Draws Five Distaffers

Blabber is the 124-pound highweight Saturday at Los Alamitos.

Q-Racing Journal

Ed Allred's Blabber, pictured here winning the February 28 Elan Again Handicap, is one of five distaffers entered in Saturday's Grade 3 Miss Princess Handicap at Los Alamitos. PHOTO: Scott Martinez

A short but accomplished field of five fillies and mares has been entered in Saturday's 350-yard, $20,000 Miss Princess Handicap (G3) at Los Alamitos.

Blabber, a homebred 4-year-old Kiddy Up mare trained by Scott Willoughby for Ed Allred, has been assigned to tote top weight of 124 pounds by racing secretary Ed Reese. Blabber has won two stakes this year, including the 350-yard, $15,000 AB What A Runner Handicap on April 1.

Blabber drew post 4 and will be ridden by Rodrigo Aceves. The mare's four opponents include Michael Zynda's Foo Who and Dennie and Kris Hill's Apollitical Zoom, both of whom have been assigned 123 pounds.

A 4-year-old daughter of champion Foose trained by Juan Aleman, Foo Who drew post 5 and will be ridden by Eduardo Nicasio. The mare won the February 20 Denim N Diamonds Handicap at Los Alamitos, before she ran second to Blabber in the AB What A Runner.

Apollitical Zoom is trained by Bret Vickery. A homebred 4-year-old Apollitical Jess mare, Apollitical Zoom is winless in three outs this season, but she ended her sophomore campaign with a wire-to-wire, half-length victory in the November 21, 400-yard Las Damas Handicap (G3).

Apollitical Zoom drew post 2 and will be ridden by Cesar DeAlba.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey and weight assignments:
Time For Jess (Carlos Huerta, 120)
Apollitical Zoom (Cesar DeAlba, 123)
Vivid (Guillermo Suarez, 120)
Blabber (Rodrigo Aceves, 124)
Foo Who (Eduardo Nicasio, 123)

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