Rallied to the
lead in career debut until getting passed late and settling for second in that
first start. Finished four lengths clear of the third-place horse and won’t be a
maiden much longer.
Plus exacta box with #2 Evvie Jets
#5 Messidor has had two
tough trips in a row at losses at Belmont, including last time when she got
sandwiched at the break and pinched back behind the field at the start. Just
needs a clean trip to clear this allowance condition.
Play in exacta box with #2 Evvie Jets, who has been in
good form in all the recent races, including back-to-back second-place finishes
ahead of Messidor. Lost by a head to Princess Fawzia last time, and that horse
came back to win again since that race.
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