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Apr 02, 2004




AFFIRMED EMOTION: Was confidently placed for second career start, and went well to chase the pace and finish a close fifth; improving

youngster worth following.

ALL STAR PROSPECT: Has done no wrong in three career starts to date, with two wins and a second; lightly raced 4YO with upside to follow

up class ladder.

ASK NOT: Has been second in both starts since return from break; love early zip on California transplant who is now set for big spring under trainer

Shuman’s command.

CITY AFFAIR: Fell flat in latest with Lasix added, but debut indicated there is some talent to work with here; youngster has breakout effort on

the horizon.

CRAFTY PACES: Has not had much racing luck in recent starts, so expect improvement going forward; fresh faced backed by winning

Lake barn.

FULL BRUSH: Needed return from break, and veteran should now be quick to get back to winning form; backed by winning Shuman barn.

LORD LUCK: Dueled while under pressure along the inside in his latest, before tiring a touch to finish fourth; proves worthwhile $10K-claim for new

trainer Schoenthal.

NO PRESSURE: Scored in first start off the claim most recently, and can continue climb back up class ladder; fresh for big spring.

RED RIBBONS: Has held his own since stepping into allowance ranks two starts back, and can continue upward swing as lightly raced 4YO.

WILD ABOUT MADDIE: Battled and faded to fourth in latest, but does fit versus $25K-tag stock; show of improved speed encouraging and indicates



4STARSPECIAL: FEINSTER: Should only improve following initial try versus winners; well-bred gelding seemed an intriguing prospect after first

two career starts.

LONGSHOT: GOLD CLUSTER: Showed improvement in second career start with Lasix added; winning Delp barn gets 3YO colt to take next step

in right direction.




ATLANTA ROSE: Broke very bad last out spotting the field precious lengths but did make up some ground in the lane to finish sixth, tab with

NW2L claimers.

CHARIOTEER: Never seemed to handle the track last out over the muddy going and should be given another shot over a fast surface.

CHOREOGRAPHY: Battled head to head for the lead last out with the heavy favorite, took over and never looked back scoring at 18-1. Can string

a few together with a similar effort.

CHUTE THE BREEZE: Has been going to the wars all winter to no avail and his most recent fourth while sprinting should have him ready for a

return to the turf.

COMPELLING WORLD: Ran an even fifth last out when going seven furlongs and was claimed by barn who is doing well with their claims. Should

improve with more distance.

DA RODEO MAN: Showed some speed off a long layoff and definitely needed that race as he tired to last in the drive. Follow this New York

bred at a price.

DEE DEE’S WILDCAT: Was sent right to the lead and never looked back against $30k maiden claimers and can score with winners if

properly placed.

DEPUTY CONNOR: Closed well to finish second last out at 13-1 against $10k claimers. Solid morning workouts may have tipped his

hand, follow.

DOCTOR WHO: Showed improved speed again last out and held better for a solid third and can go all the way with $30k

maiden claimers.

KRISWEN: Showed much improved speed last out before tiring to third in the lane and can get there with $20k maiden claimers.

LE ROCK: Was battling early on through swift fractions and never looked back scoring by more than six lengths. New York bred is

sharp now.

MUSETTA’S WALTZ: Took it to them early and never looked back scoring by more than three lengths. Can repeat with straight

three year olds.

RON GRESCHNER: Is still racing greenly but did finally get the job done scoring by two and a half lengths and can only get better, tab.

SILENT FRED: Closed from dead last to get up for the win over NW3L foes and has now put two in a row together and may be ready

for better.

WICKED WILL: Closed for fourth last out despite having some trouble on the turn and this backclassy veteran is in decent form, follow.

WILL FLIRT: Raced wide and green last out and just missed the win by a neck to the favorite; can score next out with maidens.


4STARSPECIAL: HENERESA: Was quickly clear to the lead last out and held that advantage into the stretch before succumbing late to

the favorite while easily clear of the third place finisher.

LONGSHOT: REGAL MODEL: Was right there at the top of the stretch just missing the place spot by neck and an head and should be

followed at a big price, turf or dirt.

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