CAT OF TOMORROW: Chased in vain in maiden special weight sprint most recently; juvenile could be one to watch as
distances get longer.
CHEROKEE WORLD: Was briefly clear early, but took chasing/fading role once headed as the failed favorite in latest; must
respect speed in lower-end claiming sprints, nonetheless.
CONDOR: Settled wide, loomed, and lacked punch when it counted; one more chance with $10K-tag company for trainer
DANZAMAN: Settled early, middle-moved between rivals, and simply continued on in even, non-threatening manner in
last; figures better in similar turf route company.
DYNA PENNY: Rallied for second, cutting into winning margin of promising winner who raced on clear pace; filly is very
promising in her own right.
FOREIGN SECRETARY: Back-classy gelding lived up to favored billing with clear-cut score most recently; follow up the
class ladder now for trainer Calhoun.
LADY GLACKEN: Raced between foes and was outrun by early leaders, but did respond when needed to edge clear
for win; claimed by trainer Frederick, she can step up.
PRINCE MALAGRA: Had fair inside-out trip and did rally, only to come up a touch short when within length of winner and
missing second by a head; can improve.
REASON TO SQUALL: Broke last of eight from rail post in last, and did rally well in turf route to finish third especially
considering soft tempo; holds sharp form.
SIERRE NEVADA: Showed good speed from gate, racing with pace and battling gamely throughout in latest third-place
finish; David trainee stays on our tickets.
SLOW WALKIN’ JOHN: Raced unhurried early, bid wide on the turn, and continued even in stretch; stay patient with
STAR STRUCK LATTE: Graduated in latest, and was interesting $15K-claim by trainer Asmussen; juvenile packs punch
and brings upside to the table.
4STARSPECIAL: JET LA RAIL: Battled on pace and weakened to third in latest claiming sprint; he did battle after being