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Jul 09, 2010




CINNAMON BEACH: Three year old ran on well late for third over the turf with $50k maiden claimers, was checked early and then again in the lane, should stretchout nicely over the lawn.

DOUBLE DOMINO: Last effort off the October layoff was too bad to be true as he just raced evenly to finish seventh, should be better off that run and must be respected right back, tab.

LISA JEAN: Ran on well for second in her first try with winners coming from well off the pace in a sharp 7f time, should stretchout and has a solid late kick; follow.

MIGHTY IRISH: New York bred is in very good form right now and easily scored by more than three lengths over $7.5k open claimers, can move up and score with better.

PERFECT BERRY: Three year old filly didn’t do much running in her career debut but her jockey chose off another horse to ride this one and should be better in her second start, stay close.

SKY FEVER: Three year old filly ran like she desperately needed her first start since last October when she checked in sixth; improves a ton off that race and the value is there.

SOL A PINO: Five year old closed well through the lane without much encouragement to finish third in a quickly run seven furlong race, handles the turf and many distances, follow.

TRUST FUND KID: Well bred three year old filly dug in well to get the win in only her second career start, is still learning the game and is definitely a threat versus winners right back.

TUDOR KING: Broke running from the gate this time, cleared off early on through some very solid fractions and was very strong to the wire in a sharp time, well bred statebred should be given a shot with winners right back.

VOSE THE HOST: Three year old gelding is now two for two in his career and got up at the wire in sharp time last out for his second victory, is still learning the game and New York bred may have a future ahead of him,

BEST BET: TRIPLE TAX EXEMPT: Just raced evenly last out to finish fifth despite racing behind some very slow fractions in a race dominated by speed, four year old filly is holding her form just needs a pace up front.

LONGSHOT: VOLPONI DRAGON: Has not had a great 2010 by any means but did look like he had some run last out but just couldn’t get to the top three checking in fourth at 25-1, can offer huge value right back with similar.




B G MISS MEIMY: Always seems to run her best races when she send early, has had many good results but most recent speed and fade effort at 34-1 wasn’t bad and she should be given another shot with statebred $5k claimers at a price.

CAT’S POPPET: Is another that was only making her second start back off a long layoff and definitely showed improvement finishing fourth at 13-1, should be tighter next out in her third start back, follow.

K D CHEYENNE: Five year old mare was only making her second start since September 2008 last out, showed some speed and held on better for third at 6-1, should be all set and give extra credit if she returns quickly.

PURE RED HEAD: Was off to a slow start last out and trailed the field of six over a sloppy/sealed track, passed a few horses in the lane to finish fourth in a race dominated by the speed and she should be given another shot at what should be a better price.

STRADLEY: Three year old gelding is a very consistent sort with 6 in the money finishes out of eight tries, is probably best as a one run sprinter and most recent second proved that out; respect this one with restricted statebred claimers.

BEST BET: HOW’S THAT: Hard hitting gelding has shown that he can handle many distances and surfaces and most recent effort in which he was pressed hard for the lead and then battled back for the win was solid, sharp right now, tab.

LONGSHOT: STORM TUNER: Was used hard battling head to head for the lead over a sloppy track through some very solid fractions and tired to finish seventh at 29-1, give this one another shot with a slight drop and a dry track, tab.


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