Won at first
asking last time out despite a disaster break to begin five lengths behind the
rest of the field and appear to lose all chance. Rallied and drew off to a big
win as much the best, and can beat these with a clean start.
#2 Partner’s Hope
Plus exacta box with #3
Uncle Mo’s Cat
#2 Partner’s Hope lost a
route race last time out, but had been knocking on the door in the two races
before with second-place finishes when last seen in turf sprints, including an
unlucky nose loss at Saratoga. Best speed figures top these. The horse to beat.
Play in exacta box with #3 Uncle Mo’s Cat, who checked
when another horse came over on him in the turn causing him to lose position
and momentum equal to the eventual margin of defeat in fourth last time out.
Before that was running speed figures in the ballpark of what it will take to
win this race. Just needs clear sailing for a shot in the exacta boxes at 10-1.
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