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Nov 27, 2004

HORSES TO WATCH

By: AMERICAN TURF CLUB


TURF PARADISE

BENDALEE: Trailed the field early on and closed ground to finish third in a decent final time. Tab

 this one on the turf next out.

DUN RINGILL: Battled head to head for the lead through swift fractions and wasn’t a

 badly beaten sixth and should be tough on an easy lead.

LASTCHANCETODANCE: Made an early move into second and stayed on well to finish

 second behind the wire to wire winner at odds of 45-1, follow.

RED CREEK: Was right up on the pace through quick splits and stayed on well for third at

 37-1 over sloppy footing; try right back at a price.

ROYAL SUN: Was step slow from the inside but was quickly to the lead and held that

advantage into the stretch only tiring late to finish second at 27-1; tab with $3k claimers.

TALLADEGA DUST: Wasn’t that far off the winner last out when second at 60-1 and should

be followed back with maiden claimers.

TORRY: Wasn’t that bad when finishing fourth last out at 82-1 and fits nicely with

 $3k claimers; tab.

4STARSPECIAL: ZEEVILLE: Flashed some high early speed and held a clear advantage as

 they approached the stretch and tired to finish fourth. Can lead wire to wire over $6.25k claimers.

LONGSHOT: IHOPETOBEAWINNER: Was quickly clear to the lead, battled for that lead

through a solid opening quarter mile and tired in the drive at 61-1; can clear off at pop at a big price.

 

 

GOLDEN GATE

BAY COM THREE: Showed added interest for trainer Art Sherman when stretched to

 one mile Nov. 18. Doubt you’ll see 51-1 odds again though.

BOLD MANGO: Hasn’t won in the last two years, but is very competitive over various types

 of surfaces. Gets some bang for your buck.

CLASSIC EDITION: Snapped out of seconditis [three straight seconds] with a one-length

 tally Nov. 19. Filly always runs her race.

EL PRADO’S BOY: Son of El Prado (Ire) out of a Known Fact mare will show his best when

 switched to the turf. Follow off the claim.

EVITAN NATIVE: Ran O.K. finishing fourth last time, considering she was coming off an

11-month layoff. Should be tighter for her next start.

FREE AMERICAN: Has burned quite a bit of money since earning his diploma Oct. 10, while

 running second and third. Can’t ignore versus starter allowance foes.

GINGER HOFFA: Didn’t take kindly to the stretch out to two turns, taking the first turn wide.

 Gets long overdue victory on the cut back.

I FOOLED YOU: Was ready to run at 53-1 last time, finishing second by a nose over a yielding

 turf course. Don’t let this one fool you again.

LADY BOSWELL: Broke her maiden for an $8,000 tag Oct. 22, then ran over her head

while sixth most recently versus $35,000 claimers. Make the play if dropped down in class.

MOLTO VELOCE: Finished a solid third, making her third start off the long layoff. Headed

in the right direction; $12.5k taggers.

TONY’S ROYALTY: Showed strong speed [:22.16, :44.71] in second-place finish last out

Nov. 19. Ready to post his first victory since July.

TOO FAST TO TOP: Out of his last four starts, his best race by far is on the turf [fifth-place

finish at Bay Meadows Oct. 8]. Wait for him to get back on the sod, then make the play.

 

4STARSPECIAL: CLEVER TRUCE: Got bumped at the start in latest, but didn’t let that slow him

 down, bounding under the wire two lengths clear. Solid turfer from low-profile connections.

LONGSHOT: FORTUNATE SON: After several dismal performances, he responded with a

third-place finish at 35-1 last out Nov. 18. The price should make it worth the while.



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