#6 Clear Vision exits a
dynamite win last time out at Saratoga at this class level and looks to keep
recent trend of good form going for new barn off the claim. Flashed a new dimension
with front-end speed last time out, and the strategy paid off with a
wire-to-wire win, and the speed figure indicates that he should be able to
repeat against this field.
Play in exacta box with #8 Seismic Wave, who returned
from a layoff needing a race last time out and then lost his best chance when
he got off to a disastrous break from the gate. Goes out for leading turf
trainer Chad Brown, drops in class, and has plenty of back class that stacks up
favorably against this field. Just needs a decent start to flash best ability
with Rosario keeping the mount.
Has been in
increasingly good form since Saratoga and exploded last time out back here at
Belmont with a big 8-length-win on the main track with a strong speed figure in
a race at today’s 6 1/2F distance. Now 2-for-2 at Belmont on the dirt and
looking to make it a perfect 3-for-3 today against a field of rivals that came
up very soft.
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