Toss out the
off-the-turf loss last time because this horse is ready to get back on the
grass and has been in great form on the lawn since winning at Saratoga. Just
barely got nipped in a pair of Belmont second-place finishes, including a
second two races ago in a key race where both the winner and third-place horses
came back to win their next starts.
Plus exacta box with #4
#7 Mutamakina is the
winner of the Grade 1 EP Taylor at Woodbine in her last race and has now reeled
off two Graded stakes wins in a row for turf ace trainer Christophe Clement.
Won her only prior turf outing here at Aquedcuct when winning this very same
race last year. Can defend her crown in the Long Island.
Play in exacta box with #4 La Dragontea, who just missed
behind Mutamakina last time out in the Grade 1 EP Taylor, when she was closing
fast late in that 1 ¼-mile race. Now they’ll be going 1 ½ miles today at a
distance that could flip the advantage in her favor for what looks like an
all-Christophe Clement exacta.
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