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Mar 05, 2004




CASTLETOWN: Has backclass and sharp early speed but was not running smoothly last out while battling on the lead before tiring to

last in the drive. One more shot at a big price.

CATLIKE MOVE: Took over after the leader broke down but still ran on well to the wire to score over allowance foes. In sharp form, tab.

CIRRUS MINOR: Finished last against a solid field of allowance foes and will benefit from a drop into straight three year old claimers.

FAVORITE SWEEP: Was last of five after showing some early foot; needs a drop into claimers to show his best stuff.

FORTY GRAND: Ran on well in her first career start while racing greenly but improved to get the job done second time out. Should be tough

with New York bred allowance company.

GRANCENTRAL PKWY.: Took all kinds of money for career debut but lost the lead late in the drive finishing second by a neck. Will be tough

to down next out.

JALAAB: Ran a much improved race last out when finishing second at 21-1 against $12.5k claimers. His better efforts come on a dry

surface, tab.

N J DEVIL: Chased the pace three wide through some decent splits but needed the race off the layoff; follow right back with that race

under his belt.

NORMANDY GOLD: 6YO is in sharp form right now and his most recent score over $18k claimers makes him the one to watch

right back.

RINGARING A ROSIE: Sat closer up last out when chasing the pace in third before making a move on the turn to get the job done by a half

length despite lugging in.

SUN STROKE: Well bred gelding was an easy winner breaking his maiden against $25k claimers and should be followed first try against


TABICA GRILL: Ran on well to finish third while racing inside against maiden claimers. Is a must use in exotics with $30k maiden claimers.

TRUMPSTER: Was chasing the pace in third last out and held on well for fourth against allowance foes. Has some backclass and a drop

in class will help.

WICKED WILL: Veteran may have moved too soon last out and was nailed late to finish second. Fits nicely with $16k claimers.

WIND GLIDER: Showed good early foot and held that advantage into the stretch in a quality field of $50k claimers; a drop will do.

YAWL: Was working well in Florida before shipping up to New York to race against state breds and was sent off as the favorite. Made a

move on the turn but did not make an impact, should improve next out.


4STARSPECIAL: WILD CARD DECK: Ran on well to finish second when stretched out in distance while being sent off as the favorite.

Will appreciate a turnback in distance into a sprint, follow.

LONGSHOT: TUNE OF THE SPIRIT: Has high early foot and showed the way last out through some quick splits before tiring. Can go all the

way at a big price.




ADREAMISBORN: Couldn’t find the winner’s circle while racing on the turf in his first eight starts, then finally got the job done in the slop

last out. Give a long look versus winners.

AFRICA HOT: Have to like this colt’s debut. Dueled for the lead and fought on gamely to finish third beaten a head and a nose. Turns up

the heat.

APOLLO TREASURE: Beaten chalk in latest deserves another chance. Always pretty solid and can’t remain a maiden forever.

BONNIES KAPER: While racing over sloppy tracks in her last two, she couldn’t control the pace and has paid the price as a result. Returns

to winning ways with a clear lead.

EZ MONEY HONEY: Won her first two starts, then ran fourth in her next two attempts, including a try over a yielding turf course. Ready to

make another trip to the circle.

HIGH VOTE COUNT: Has taken a step forward with each effort since being claimed out of the Jan. 1 start and can build off Feb. 27

victory; follow along.

I’MBETHTOO: Four wins, including an allowance optional claimer Feb. 26, and one third out of five career starts. Need we say more?

INCLINATION: Fired a :35 3/5 three-furlong bullet at Golden Gate March 3. Clockers say this one is ready to rumble.

RIVER ELLA: Chestnut filly was starting to come around on the turf, so you can toss her latest attempt over the Golden Gate main oval

Feb. 27. Very playable.

SMOKIN TEMPO: Continues to bang out solid efforts since returning from the shelf. Smokes ‘em at the current level.

SUPERIOR KRIS: Overdue mare owns some hidden form. Worth a very long at a price against basement claimers.

WIDE OUT: Took a while to break maiden (18 starts), but owns a win and a second from two starts at one mile on the dirt. Food for




4STARSPECIAL: STEW’S STONE: Dueled through fast splits (:21 4/5 & :44 4/5) and had enough left to edge clear for a

half-length victory. Right back versus slightly better.

LONGSHOT: DANDI CANDI: If his last three efforts (a pair of fourth-place finishes at 48-1 & 18-1 and a solid fifth at 38-1 last out) are

any indication, he’s ready to break out. You heard it here.

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