‘A Beautiful Drill’: Practical Move Works Half Mile Toward Possible Santa Anita Derby Start; Reincarnate Works Handy Six Furlongs For Possible Oaklawn Return by Victor Ryan/Santa Anita|03.18.2023|4:26pm Practical Move returns to work tab at Santa Anita Saturday for trainer Tim Yakteen Practical Move returned to the work tab Saturday at Santa Anita following his win in the San Felipe (G2) on March 4. Also drilling for trainer Tim Yakteen was Sham (G3) winner Reincarnate, who most recently was third in the Rebel Stakes (G2) on Feb. 25 at Oaklawn Park. Practical Move worked a solo half-mile in :47.60, which Yakteen called “a beautiful drill. “He came out of the San Felipe in great shape and it's all systems go,” he added. Reincarnate, who returned to the tab nine days ago, worked six furlongs in company in 1:12.40. Yakteen said Reincarnate was probably headed back to Oaklawn for the Arkansas Derby (G1) on April 1 where he would likely need a top-two finish to qualify for this year's Kentucky Derby (G1). Practical Move has already banked 60 points for the Kentucky Derby, which ranks second on the leaderboard and likely enough to qualify for the 1¼-mile classic at Churchill Downs. “Nothing is etched in stone yet, but right now we're looking at Oaklawn for Reincarnate and the Santa Anita Derby (on April 8) for Practical Move,” Yakteen said. Yakteen said his third Kentucky Derby prospect, National Treasure, was likely to work either Sunday or Monday. Yet another rainstorm is scheduled to hit Santa Anita early in the week. “We're just playing the weather, but you'll see him on the tab in the next couple of days,” Yakteen said. National Treasure was the morning-line favorite in the San Felipe but had to be scratched because of a bruised hoof. He returned to the tab this past Tuesday with a six-furlong work in 1:11.80.