#11 Speed Effect showed
speed in both races since returning from the year layoff and improved nicely
last time in the second off the layoff when stretched out to a route at
Saratoga. Good speed figure and Irad Ortiz keeps the mount and has been aboard
for both of this horse’s career-best races so far.
Play in exacta box with #7 Litterbox, who has been
knocking on the door vs. similar with in-the-money finishes the last two
outings, and now hopes this extra distance will get him over the hump with the
drop back down to this $16k claiming level. Nobody bets trainer Gary Sciacca,
but he’s been live at this meet with 1 win and a total of 6 exacta finishes
from his 18 starters.
significantly after the start and had to make up the difference but did a good
job of it to close for second, gaining tons of ground in deep stretch to get
within a half-length at the finish in career turf debut despite getting no pace
up front to help set-up a closing move. Post 12 is unfortunate, but it
shouldn’t stop this horse from graduating given a clean trip/start.
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