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Crazy doesn’t stretchout to a route often, but he almost always makes it
count when he does. He finished third in a tougher spot at Churchill last time
out and his four routes before that were a second at Ellis Park and two wins at
Fanduel Fairmount Park. Fits vs. These with Arrieta aboard.
exacta box with #6 Mystery Mo, who has five career wins but lately has
developed a penchant for finishing second, which he had done in five of his
last six races. Past winner at Oaklawn is the ideal exacta horse.
Winner of both
recent races and has racked up quite a good record recently with 3 wins in his last
4 dirt races and 4 wins in his last 6 dirt track outings. Speed figures are
good and he has a versatile running style as a horse that can go wire to wire or can win
after rating just off the pace.
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