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Feb 26, 2004





COURTNEYS PLEASURE: Chased a loose-on-the-lead wire-to-wire winner and still outran 37-1

odds for second; don’t overlook.

DEPUTY RUMMY: Got off to a slow start and then made a middle move to challenge for the lead before needing

to settle for third. Still looms an allowance threat.

FINANCIAL RISK: Was jostled and steadied at the start and still managed to run an improved effort for fourth. Still

has potential vs. maidens.

FULMINE: Well-bet first starter set a fast and pressured pace before settling for third behind a perfect-trip stalker. Too

much speed to remain a maiden for long.

GREENBERG: May have needed a race off a brief freshening, but it’s still too early to give up on her. Can make


JUSTNOWAYOFKNOWIN’: Finished far behind the top two, but still hit the board in a 10-horse field in first start back from a

layoff. Can improve further next time out.

LUCKY ELEVEN: Didn’t break sharply but then was rushed up to the lead before tiring due to those early efforts. Better luck

next time.

STORM DUCK: Broke slowly and had too much ground to make up when fourth last time out. Finished only two necks out of

second and rates another chance.

WESTERLY FLOW: Ran third behind a loose-on-the-lead wire-to-wire winner in first start since the Monmouth meet. Prepped

and ready now.


4STARSPECIAL: DIXIEMORE: Might have won last time if not for getting blocked in traffic nearing the stretch. Tough to

deny with a clean trip.

LONGSHOT: APPEALING GREELY: Blew the start and had no chance behind a runaway wire-to-wire winner. Has a good

shot with a clean break.




G.W.’S SQUALL: Rated just off the pace, moved to contention, and flattened out when tried on turf for the first time in latest; daughter

of Summer Squall shows promise.

GONE FISHIN: Brings loads of back class to the table as an earner of nearly a half-million dollars in his career; veteran rounding to

winning effort in recent starts.

HUNTERS HALO: Battled on pace then proved no match late when challenged by winner and had to settle for clear second

best; 10-time winner hits hard in claiming dashes.

LADY GWEN: Showed improved early speed in latest, only to fade in the stretch; filly has shown flashes knocking on the door

of late and should continue to improve for Peitz barn.

LUNA MUNDIAL: Argentine import fired her best U.S. shot yet when second to clear winner in latest; veteran mare has knack for

bringing home checks.

MOVIN SOUTH: Tried to stretch out to one mile in latest, but came up a bit empty when it counted late; effort and experience

move lightly raced 4YO filly way forward.

OFFICE ATTIRE: Never got on track in career debut when an even sixth, but was beaten only 4 ¼ lengths for Howard barn

that lets them come along at their own pace; pedigree pop.

SECOND TUESDAY: Returned to town with a late-running second in his first start since last-November; plenty of class and upward

mobility off claim by trainer Vazquez.

SILVER INDY: Has been somewhat of an in-and-outer thus far, but this son of Silver Charm and an A.P. Indy mare must be

followed for barn which went 10-for-26 last year.

ST. MARTIN’S CLOAK: Scored in return from break, then chased and faded in latest; Asmussen-trained speedster bounces

back to best stuff in next.


4STARSPECIAL: VIRGINIA PRIDE: Showed the way early on slow pace in latest, then gave way once challenged; veteran

does best work when racing just off an early target.

LONGSHOT: AGAVE: Battled and stopped in latest, when tried on turf for the first time in her career; lightly raced 4YO filly showed

more than enough to be considered back on either surface in first start off Vazquez claim.

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