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May 29, 2015




ANTIETAM CREEK: Four year old filly was making just her second start since December of last year, came out running early on and set the pace for more than a half mile but couldn’t go with the leaders tiring to finish fourth, should be set in her third start back and a drop will also help her cause.

BLIMEY: Hard hitting eight year old gelding added blinkers for his last start, got away in fifth early on, made a good move to get into second into the lane but tired some late to finish close-up fourth against $5k claimers; fits with basement foes right back.

DANIEL DID IT: Came out running for the lead last out, battled head to head for the lead through fractions of 23, 45:4 but couldn’t finish it off checking in a close-up third at 3-1; must respect right back with starter allowance runners.

SPARKLING JEWEL: Returned from a July 2014 layoff last out as a first time gelding, got away in seventh early on behind sharp splits, started to move into the lane and finished well for third, probably needed that race and should be tough right back.

WILDLY LEAKS: Had been off form for his last five starts, was outrun early on racing in seventh but did put in a solid late run to finish second to the wire to wire winner at 51-1; fits with restricted $10k claimers, follow at a price.

BEST BET: BLAME ME: Got away in fifth last out when dropping into a NW2L $25k claimer over the turf, made a big move to take over into the lane but came up short to the favorite checking in second, must respect with similar.

LONGSHOT: MOUNTAIN MAN: Didn’t do much running in his debut when he hesitated at the start, dropped in against $8k maiden claimers and ran on for even sixth at 74-1; can move forward again and will offer long odds at the windows.




J’S BUCK SHOT BANG: Shipped in from Tampa for his last start, came out running from post 2, battled for the lead throughout, was still there into the lane and dug in gamely to finish a close-up third at 15-1; follow.

UNTAMED: Was off since December 2014, got away in third, made an early move to take over that lead past the ¾ mark but tired some late to finish fifth at 22-1; all set now.

LORJIM: Was off since September 2014, came out running from post 7, chased a very sharp pace from the start and into the lane but tired to finish sixth and last at 7-1; all of his wins have come over this track and should be respect right back.

BRAD AND THE GANG: Three year old chased the pace last out from third but just couldn’t go with the leaders into the lane and checked in fifth, a drop into a maiden claimer and a move to the turf could be in order, tab.

LASSO: Didn’t get away to a good start last out, rushed up in between horses and battled through some sharp splits before tiring to finish 10th and last, this horse is a need the lead type and could bounce back if he makes the lead next out at a better price.

BEST BET: P J’S ENIGMA: Broke from the rail post last out going 5 and ½ furlongs over the turf, didn’t get away in good order, checked moving into the backstretch and was forced to come with a very wide run before checking in 8th, will offer value right back.

LONGSHOT: PERFECT EXTENSION: Three year old filly was making her second start last out while stretching out and moving to the turf, pressed the leader from the start and into the lane before tiring some to finish fifth at 22-1; should be all set now and could offer a square price.

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