"He's a lot better than really all of the horses he's faced," said Cole, who has been the prime beneficiary as Rapid Redux has raked in $202,894 so far in 2011. "You put the horses in spots where they could excel. And we felt like we had him in the right places where he could do some damage."
"We're all mammals - if we can't breathe, we can't run," Cole said. "He had the speed that was required to get the lead, and now he could breathe and have the conditioning from the trainer to hold his speed for a mile-plus."