Easy Living drew the outside post in the field of nine for the inaugural running of the $200,000 Fleet Indian S. Sunday at Saratoga...
Easy Living drew the outside post in the field of nine for the inaugural running of the $200,000 Fleet Indian S. Sunday at Saratoga. The 3-year-old filly, trained by Christophe Clement for Cheyenne Stables, has been facing older fillies and mares in all four of her 2014 starts.
Joel Rosario, who has ridden Easy Living in her previous three starts, will be aboard once again in the Fleet Indian, at a 1 1/8-miles for New York-bred fillies. Rosario guided the dark bay daughter of Big Brown to a front-running victory going a mile at Belmont Park in June.
Easy Living comes into the Fleet Indian having ran just a week ago in the $100,000 Saratoga Dew S., signaling her readiness to face competition.
Overall, Easy Living has two wins and a second in five starts and has earned. $93,300.
Easy Living is out of Jaramar Miss, a prolific producer of 12 winners, including two stakes winners. Cheyenne was the top bidder for Easy Living at the 2012 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Summer Yearling sale.