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Jun 13, 2014




ALEX’S VISION: Popular claimer switched hands again after a troubled second. Seven-year-old always shows up.

FIVE WARS: Continues to head in the right direction with racing experience, capped by a well-beaten third-place finish at 51-1. Better than rated.

LADY DUPREE: Tampa invader made a great first impression in a $25k N2L claimer with a second-place finish at 15-1 after hitting the gate at the start. Live over either surface.

LITTLE MICHELLE: Loved her debut back in February, but has yet to live up to her potential in three subsequent starts. Ready to hit the reset button after dismal stakes effort in early May.

MISS JUNE: Has turned in a pair of surprisingly subpar efforts while taking plenty of money in her first two tries. More Than Ready filly can only move forward from here.

ROYAL SPACES: Intriguing third at 32-1, then never fired after some early trouble at the start. Far from impossible.


BEST BET: DEVIL’S CAVE: Certainly didn’t embarrass herself with a third in the stakes at CD, but this is where she’s at her best. Swallow the short price.


LONGSHOT: SPEEDY BUCKAROO: Has quietly showed some potential after slow breaks in his first two tries. Can light up cheap maiden claimers.



 ARLINGTON GETAWAY: Training like a monster since a fourth-place finish back in March. Fires fresh off the bench.

CATS EGO: Getting better with racing experience and isn’t exactly facing any monsters at the current level. Live at a big price.

FULL’S DRESS CODE: A mile may be pushing it for her, but she did prove that she could grass in latest. Speedy and dangerous.

POWER OF TEN: Gem of consistency continues to knock on the door to clear her first-level allowance condition. Coming soon.

PRINCE BANDINI: Finally broke through with a win at 7-1 after a pair of runner-up finishes. Strike while the iron’s hot.

STICKTOTHESCRIPT: Has really elevated her game in her last two tries on grass at 8-1. Ready to graduate.

THUNDERING ROOTS: Lightly raced 5yo returned from a lengthy break with a career-best second at 13-1. Worth a closer look versus similar.

ZEEWAT: Back classy son of Harlan’s Holiday from top barn is capable of much better than fifth-place finish versus allowance company in early May. Gets back on track.


BEST BET: GOLDEN GUY: Hard to imagine that he’ll remain a maiden much longer after a pair of sharp runner-up efforts thus far. Ready to graduate.

LONGSHOT: HOT ROCK HALLIE: Speedy daughter of Siberian Summer is crying out for a class drop. Forgets to stop once dropped in for a tag.

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