Has been no
worse than second in the last 3 races and has finished in the exacta in 6 of
his last 7 starts with 3 wins. Versatile from a pace standpoint and the speed
figures stack up well against today’s competition.
exacta box with #7 Mr. Keating
#3 Raging is
a first starter that goes out for trainer Brad Cox, who has won 26% with his
first starters this year, and he’s off to a blazing-fast start to the current
Oaklawn meet with three wins and two seconds with his first five starters.
Raging has some good workouts and Cox forms a lethal trainer/jockey combination
with Raging’s jockey Martin Chuan with the two teaming up to win with 7 of 15
starters since 2022 for 47%..
exacta box with #7 Mr. Keating, who has hit the board in both of his career
races so far including a late running second in a Keeneland sprint in his
career debut. Mr. Keating is trained by Norm Casse, who has won with 3 of his
last 15 horses (20%) returning from six-month layoffs, and Casse is rounding
out a high-percentage year in 2023 where he won 25% of his starts including 34%
winners at the last Oaklawn meet.
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