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The problem is, it won't work. I was able to get a number of good scans, and then one day, it locked up and would not eject the film holder. I made the mistake of pulling the film holder out before turning it off. His last work signals that it helped. His sire, Paynter, began his career breaking slow and it took Baffert several starts and a stretch out in distance to get him to run the way Baffert prefers, near or on the lead. His broodmare sire, Tizwonderful, won his first 3 starts, including 2 graded stakes at CD before an injury forced him to the sidelines.
When he returned 10 months later, he saw the competition had improved while he was idle and did little in 2 starts before retiring. He, too, started working out early at Oaklawn's meet and worked better than my top choice but still a little on the slow side for the most part. But he improved immediately when brought to CD with a couple of nice works. Then he made his first start and broke last, virtually eliminating his chances of making an impact, which is fairly common for first time starters.
But he is bred for speed, especially since his broodmare sire is Candy Ride, a very speedy runner and sire of high speed runners. I expect him to be near or on the lead with these. He ran three decent races to begin his career, including trying to take the field from gate to wire in the last of those, then tailed off with three lackluster performances.
Since his works have been pretty fast before all those starts, he may be a need the lead type to perform his best. Expect him to be on the lead and if he gets away with slow fractions, like his near miss race, he may take them all the way because there does not look like another horse like Laughing Fox signed up for this test.
He is one of two first time gelding in here. After four tries of practically trailing the field, the first three against horses that would run away and hide from this field, He showed slight improvement in his fifth start, after a drop in class. He was raised back up a couple of classes in his last, and while not very good, still was an improvement over his first four starts. Then gelded and three more works, he may be ready for a wake up call.
Worth a shot, but anyone in the field can land in this spot. She is making her first start this year, adds blinkers and though I would have liked a little better workout pattern, I don't think there is an SE in here. She has made two starts this year.
In her first, on grass, that was just on out to get her fitter, Then when entered back on dirt, she lead until deep stretch before tiring, indicating that grass start helped immensely. Now, she should be ready to give her best effort and will win if others lets her get an easy lead. Good work since her last race indicates she is ready to take the next step in her conditions. While the 4 horse in here has beaten her in their last two starts, I believe those races took more conditioning out of her than this choice.
I also include close 2nd and 3rd place finishes in that group because they usually are giving it their best effort. Into Trouble is also adding blinkers for this test, so that should keep her in more focus. Good back class also.
He has made 10 starts, with a second on grass and a third in an off the grass dirt try in his last. That race marked his fourth try on dirt, including three off the grass attempts, and they all proved he does not like the dirt at all. Of his 6 grass attempts, only his second was the only time he was tried on that surface at a distance over a mile and he just missed when he could not catch the front running speed on a turf course labeled firm, but was heavy by the track variant.
His last race is signaling he is ready to graduate, all he needs is his preferred distance and surface. All he gets in this race. Dam won only on grass. The only difference in their pedigree? Actually, her only off the board finish in 7 career starts was her only dirt attempt. Callmecash last 2 races signals he is starting to figure out the game, but probably needs a little more distance to be at his best. Like my top choice, he gets it this time but with improvement showing.
Like my top two, his last two signals he is figuring the game out as well. While he wins more on dirt, you should not discount him because of his recent stats. He looks like the only speed in here, as others seems to prefer to make a late run. And if they let him dictate a slow pace, he will pull away and win in the stretch.
He is making his first career start on grass, after making his first five on dirt. However, his sire, Gio Ponti, won his first career start that came on grass and would later win back to back titles as U. Older Champion Turf Horse. He spent most on his career on grass, but did try the AWT twice. First time, he was a fast closing fifth in the Strub S and then was second in the BC Classic, where he looked like an easy winner until Zenyatta came cruising by.
There are others in here that could win with their best effort, but I always draw the line at one for each position, then back them up by boxing the minimum in each exotic. She won her third start back, then did not show anything when taking a significant rise in class. Then she chased the only speed in her last after being dropped a couple of classes below her winning level. Now on her third start since that win, I look for her to sit just off the early speed and move to the front as they tire, which is how she won her first two starts.
In this class, a slightly off the pace move should be ideal. She is making her fourth start this year and also her fourth start since her last winning effort. So it is obvious that she began the year off form, but her last race suggests she is regaining that form. She would be my top choice against these, but I believe the 5 will get the jump on her and prove very difficult to chase down. She also is working on her 4th start since her last winning effort. While I don't believe is quite at her best yet, mostly because of her last and first try on grass, she should have gotten enough out of that effort to move another step closer to her best.
She has made 8 lifetime starts and her best showings has been when she lags early near the back and comes with a rush late. In fact, the two times when she was asked to track the speed resulted in her worst two finishes. And since has two wins and two thirds in her career, I will place her third, simply because I believe my top two will proved difficult to run down. One pretty good work in the mud since her last does little to indicate if she has retained her best form.
But each trainer has his own methods to workouts and he could feel she does not need anymore to retain her form. He made one lifetime start and finished second to a runaway winner in a maiden claiming race, who return to face winners for the first time. Now you can say my top choice's trainer has no ideal of what he is doing, but I know he has spent most of his career spotting his horse in the correct spot, especially when they tend to be overlooked. While that is good enough for me as I have capitalized on his maneuvers many times, this horse's breeding makes the risk less likely to miss.
Two good works since his last indicates he has some talent and should move forward off that learning experience. He broke his maiden in his first start and was asked to beat much tougher in his next two. Now entered below the claiming level of his maiden win, he should find this class more to his liking. Five works since his last start, including his last three, should set him up perfectly for this effort.
He ran 2nd in his third start back in a class similar to this one but restricted to 3 YO. His next start, he made a slight move to get into contention against slightly better, then hung in the stretch. Then he was entered in a grass race that was taken off the grass and ran on the AWT and after setting the pace for a half, then faded and finished last 4th.
But his pedigree does not really support grass or AWT in the least. Even his dam won all 6 of her starts on dirt against NY breds, including a couple of stakes restricted to NY breds. Now on a 15 day turn around between starts, he should produce a run like his maiden win or his third start back. He has 5 works in preparation of this start, including two that suggests that he will wing it and take the field as far as he can, though I don't believe he has enough conditioning to win this race.
Both conditions means they have not won one allowance or stakes race, but could have won a maiden and several claiming races and even several allowances or stakes restricted to state bred races. This is her dam's first foal and they tend to be on the smallish side, though I have not seen her yet to confirm if that is rhe case with this one. However, her 2nd dam is a G1 SW and third dam is a multiple G3 winner.
While she is the most probable winner in this race; I will try to beat her. However, her trainer, Brad Cox, has done wonders, especially his fillies trainees, taking horses who tolls most of their careers in condition allowances or high claiming races into stakes winners, many of them into graded stakes winners. His latest project? Beau Recall. In five races after being sent to him after tolling in top company in Southern California, he has double that horse's career earnings made in her first 17 starts, winning a G2 and finishing second in a G1 to Rushing Falls.
So what is he doing that is so right? He takes horses and finds an easy spot to rebuild their confidence and let them decide when it is time to rise in class, not the other way around like most trainers. You treat a horse right and they will do their very best to please you!
Meadow Dance is making her first start this year but he has given her a series of six works, all not too fast but fast enough that she will be a factor against these. Also, since she is making her first start as a 3 YO, I look for her to rate and come storming home. She has made 2 starts this year, first breaking her maiden and next running a close second in this condition and class in her next start.
While I normally do not like betting a horse back and such a hard effort in her first try against winners. However, since her sire is Street Sense, who most know or herd about, her broodmare sire, Wolf Power, is one most do not know. Horse Of The year, displaying high speed. And he passed it on to many of his foals born in the U. After her 2 claiming win, she tailed off was was off form for four full races nut on her fifth showed signs on returning to top form.
There goes my theory of four races to return to top form, right? Well, not quite. She was claimed out of her second off form race and was given an almost 6 months break, probably to give the trainer time to figure out what he got. When she return she ran two more dull races and then came to life in her third after dropping in class. She responded in her four start of this year by winning in a slight rise back up in class.
One work since that effort signals she is ready to try to run though her conditions, though she picked a tough spot for her first condition. Super Key 6 with with with When you first look at her form, she looks off form. But after a series of serious works to help her return to top form, she ran an even race in her first start this year. Out of that race, she had one dull work, signaling she had not return to form yet.
So the trainer decide to send her in her next start and she faded. Now, a better work since that start prompts her trainer to rise her in class, though she still looks off form. However, that is something good trainers rarely do and that signals to me that Von Hemel thinks she is approaching top form.
Also, she has face off with graded stakes winner She's A Julie, a third to Elate in last week's G1, three times with the latter winning twice and Cosmic Burst returning the favor in the ungraded Zia Park Oaks, though it offer more purse money than the two G3s she got beat in by that rival. And there is nothing in here that even resembles She's A Julie, much less has her class. Since her win in the listed Dogwood S at 7 furlongs at , she has gotten trampled in every other stakes try.
However, she is working on her third start since her last big effort, a close second in a class level slightly lower than this race. However, she was overmatched in G1 competition in her next start, then improved significantly when dropped down to a G3. This actually my third race back angle, a hard race, followed by a dull race, then improvement in her next and she could be sitting on a major effort. My biggest question mark is her trainer, who is known for bringing big surprises in, but often flops when his horse is expected to run big.
Your call! While she beat my top choice for her only stakes score, it came just after she beat Asmussen's better horse in the race before, which probably left my top choice drained and heading off form as the track Zia Park she raced on does little to help maintain fitness. It took this one 13 starts before she finally broke her maiden and three races later, was claimed by her current trainer.
Since the claim, she has posted a in 15 starts, but with the exception of her only stakes win, all have came against lesser class. She has 2 good works since her last on a track known for fast times, so I would still proceed with caution. She had four dull starts since her last winning effort before coming alive again in her last start, signaling a return to her best form.
Her trainer is fairly new to the game experience wise and that could possibly be the reason for this one needing the extra start before returning to form. Whatever the reason, after her dull grass try, he worked her out twice in fast time followed by an much slower but nice work and she responded with her best effort in six months, something he did not do before that grass effort. Now two more nice works since that effort and she could surprise with her top effort.
He upset the Pat Day Mile on derby day last year but it was more due to he was bred to love the mud than his ability on fast dirt. As a sire, he is known for siring grass runners and off track specialists. His sire, Forty Niner is a son of mud loving sire Mr Prospector and his broodmare sire, Danzig, is known for siring off track lovers along with top sprintemilers grass runner.
However, my main reason for liking Funny Duck in this spot is his dam, Slow Down, who started her career in France and later was sent to the U. Funny Duck's first start this year came on fast dirt and now he not only returns to the surface he was bred for, he goes back to the distance he should enjoy the most. He has three solid works since his first start and he is ready to surprise. While his work pattern is off slightly from the way I like best, his trainer is known for making the right call much better than me.
However, while his bloodlines hints that distance is possible, this distance seems like a better fit. He has three starts this year after an exactly 6 month break, and his last is a toss because it was on a sloppy dirt track and his first start on that surface and he obviously did not want any part of it. Nice easy breeze since that effort and he looks ready to me. He is making his first start of the year off 4 average works. But he has gone further on the AWT while sitting closer to the pace than his last few efforts shows he can.
Only reason I can see might be he dislikes the softer ground, which some grass horses do. While she won her last, beating a tougher field than most of these have ever seen while attaining her career high speed figure by a few points, it simply signals that she had to run her best to beat them and those who backed her got rewarded about as well as could be expected, for a proven top class filly. Now the question is does she regress slightly or does she bounce performance drops off significantly.
She has 5 works since that effort and follows the pattern that suggests she will retain her fitness for this test. Also, the fact her races have been spaced out for most of her career signals her trainer knows when she is ready for another tussle. She has made one start this year, a race where she hung in deep stretch and had to settle for second.
She entered that start off a series of fast works followed by two slightly easier works to signal her readiness and basically confirms that a top trainer is following the pattern I have picked up on through years of research. This trainer, by the way, is trainer of 2 Ky Oaks winners and one Ky Derby second, so he knows much more about physical shape than I could ever hope to learn.
Astrointhepark has one easy work since that start, signaling the trainer is pleased with her conditioning and expects an improved effort in this test. She won her second race back in the slop, then got in tight in the turn and had to steadied again turning into the stretch, resulting in what looks like a less than inspiring performance. While that effort should be dismiss as not her best effort, the jockey did an excellent job of reserving her energy after he realized he had little to no chance of winning that race.
Slightly disappointed the trainer decided to use another jockey in this race and that is the reason she will be my third choice and not my second. One excellent work since that effort and she looks ready to rebound. While she shattered her old top rating in her last, she is the prime candidate for a bounce. Every one of the good fillies that set a new career high rating as a 3 Yo in the last few years, including my top choice, bounced big in their next out. But most only improved points from their previous high, while she jump over 20 points from hers.
So she either improved that much over night or she will bounce against these and while it could be either, I believe it will be the latter but if she runs near her previous high, it will be good enough to obtain a piece but not good enough to win this race. Her trainer has put three nice easy works in her since that effort. After a failed try of adding blinkers before her 2nd start, the trainer has decide to remove them for this race and her first start without them was her best effort yet.
But her full sister, Proud Spell, never even experimented with blinkers and came from a full lengths behind the pace setters and kicked clear in most of her 7 wins in 13 lifetime starts while on the board in all her starts. One easy work and change of tactics by letting her rate could be all she needs to graduate. She has a series of 12 mostly average works with her last two signaling she is nearing her best shape for her first effort.
While her sire, Quality Road, will draw some bets on her mainly because he is a good sire and throwing solid runners, most will miss New Hope Road's dam family. Third dam is Weekend Surprise, the dam of A.
Indy, Summer Squall, and Honor Grades among her sons bur several good producing daughters also. All she needs is a good break, which is a concern with first time starters, and she could be long gone if she runs to her pedigree, which the better ones have. She has shown some possible talent in all of her five works in preparation of her first career start. However she also showed some talent last year in six works, but trainer apparently decided to give her more time to develop.
A minor concern is none of her works listed came from a gate but trainer's trainees normally performs well when they show a little talent in their works. While she has three starts, none since January, she really only has two efforts because she fell just after the break and managed to walk off in her first career start.
She has five recent works since that effort, all average, a trademark employed by her trainer when he thinks he has their talent level figured out. It works sometimes, but most of the time they end up being flops. These are my choice at Saratoga this Saturday. As always, most of my choices centers around trying to make one or two solid hits during the course of the day. When I succeed, the ROI is usually enough that it will virtually guarantee a positive and enjoyable memory for months and even years to come.
Unfortunately, I can not accurately predict which race my choices decides to show up in, if any, but I believe my style of betting far outweighs trying to break even or staying slightly ahead race after race, which with even one miscue, which I make often myself, has bettors facing an uphill battle the rest of the day. I prefer to bet the horses I like best and then relax which reduces stress while I wait to see if I am right about any race.
It is much more enjoyable this way. Good Luck and enjoy! This is one of many races that Saratoga will card that you will do just as good on by taking a wild guess on as you will spending lots of time handicapping. My reluctant choices will be: I will use 5 Win The Shake as my top choice.
Simply because her sire, Shakin It Up, showed some talent during his racing career and she looks like she may get the early lead. Trainer was started 78 horses in his career and won 10 races, including one last year at Saratoga. However, he is giving an major edge in training experience to others in here. However, he is adding blinkers and the horse showed some speed in her only workout since her last start.
However, he has shown as a trainer that he can claim horses and reverse their fortunes immediately by changing their running style. Also has used Tyler Gaffalione before when he has shipped to CD. After breaking her maiden in her last start as a 2 YO, the trainer appeared over eager and spotted her against too tough of a class in her first two starts this year.
However, he then dropped her into this class level and her form has slightly improved with each race, including her last two where she made early moves to get into contention by the half mile marker, but flatten out after doing so. Now one good work and she also adds blinkers for the first time.
He made one start this year and tired after flashing speed out of the gate at Finger Lakes. But he could not clear and get near the rail, which is what wins most often at that track. So that effort is a toss for me. He was working very good before that effort for a claiming horse and now gets a better post for his second effort of the year. His trainer normally trains at FL but on occasion has shipped to NY bigger tracks to try his trainees on grass. He has named an apprentice jockey to ride and gets a 7 lb break from the other three years old and an additional 5 lbs from older runners.
She has made two starts this year, both in this class and ran 2nd in both efforts from just behind the early leaders. No works since her last raises a little concern but she is coming back in less than three weeks, so another work squeezed in probably was a little too much. I will throw out her last because she stumbled out of the gate and was trying dirt for the second time and adding blinkers while her first effort on that surface was not as good as it looks on paper.
Her two grass effort were the best of her four starts and she gets a small class relief for this effort while the blinkers are being removed. No works and a lack of a race in 24 days is a bit concerning, though. She broke well in her first start and contested the pace for a half and faded, as did all three front runners.
Dropped into this level for her second effort, she lunged at the start, resulting in getting away slowly at the start, but made a late run while no real threat to win. Look for the jockey to be a little more patient at the break and she may present the biggest challenge early to my top choice. No works since her last but returns in three weeks. He is a first time starter but he has several good works in preparation for this start, including his most recent one, the second best work of 43 working that day at that distance on Saratoga's main dirt track.
He has made one start and got away slow, then pushed wide to avoid a horse that clipped heels and fell, then had no shot to make an impact. Now two more works since that start which he show some speed but not as much as before his start and he looks ready to compete. Look for him to break much better from the gate in his second effort. He has made one start also but it came on an off track where he was rushed from the gate to stay close early but flatten out in the stretch.
However, his dam did her best running in middle distances, but she closed with a late rush to just miss in her 2nd career start at 6 furlongs. While he, too, will probably preferred just a little more distance, he can make a late impact against these. He is a first time starter and he has pretty consistent works in preparation of his first start. However, since he has drawn the rail which is not the best place to be at Saratoga, I will place him in this spot.
She has not raced in three months but has worked 8 times since her last start. That started came in a G2 stakes race where she set the pace while hounded by a G1 Stakes Place runner from Europe The Mackem Bullet who took over after six furlongs on her way to a G2 score. That race makes Catch A Thrill the one to beat, class wise. She is making her first start this year. She raced 6 times last year, the last four times against colts.
She was sent to Chad Brown to prepare for her 3 YO season and she has 9 works in the last two months, none too fast or too slow, which is the typical work pattern Brown puts horses thru when he thinks they are fit. Turf War is his dam, Starstruck who tallied back to back runnings of the G3 Matchmaker S , first foal but her 2nd foal Time For Trouble ran 2nd last week in the first start of his career to Montauk Daddy in a maiden special weight race at Belmont Park.
She is making her first start this year and has four works in 15 days to prepare for this test. Top three are tough to separate, as all three have reasons for most to believe they can win this race. She enters this race off her maiden score in her first start this year. She has 4 works since that effort, a good one, followed by a maintenance work, followed by another good one and a breeze to let her stretch her legs. But Irad Ortiz Jr decide to take the call and why would he for a trainer that has 90 lifetime wins unless he or his agent thinks the horse is live.
He has made one start, an off the grass race that was ran in the slop and did nothing. Trainer has a positive ROI on his first time turf starters and stretching his trainees from sprint distances to routes.
He has made two starts, both dirt sprints, and ran 2nd in his initial start followed by a third. He has two decent works since his last start and now is not only getting stretched out but gets the surface his full brother liked much better than dirt.
While the dam, Justwhistledixie, has produce graded stakes winners New Year's Day winner of BC Juvenile Dirt in his 3rd and last career start in and Mohayhem, winner of his first five starts including 4 G2 stakes races, she also produced Kingly, a full brother to Enforceable, in and his two best races by far came on GG AWT in winning the California Derby and finishing 2nd in the El Camino Real Derby.
He had made one start and looks like he closed strongly in that sprint, but it was more due to the fact the front runner completely stopped in the stretch. He has a maintenance breeze since and Luis Saez takes the mount from his 1st cousin Gabriel Saez, which I believe a slight downgrade and the reason I like others in here better. He has made 2 starts, the first on grass at five furlongs where he ran a fairly even race and then 4th in the same race on a sloppy track and off the turf test my top choice is exiting out of while running very little in that effort.
Like my top choice, he is stretching out and returning to grass which his dam line hints it will be his preferred surface. He has one decent work on dirt since that effort but his works on grass is another clue he will eventually enjoy grass racing more than dirt. He has been trained by a trainer that has 10 lifetime wins in 78 starts and now switches to a trainer that has over wins with his trainees in starts.
All three starts under the previous were less than inspiring, even his two thirds because both came in 5 horse fields. He has four works since the most recent trainer switch, alternating between an average one followed by a solid one. He has made two starts this year and was sent early to stay close to the lead before flattening out late in both.
And at first glance, his form looks poor from last year but his second and two of his thirds came in this condition, the second at Belmont Park and both thirds at Saratoga. Just a chance play against an extremely weak field. His last start was his first in over five months, which he ran a respectable race in following a series of good works. He looks to have the most upside of the lightly race horses in this race.
He then returned to Aqueduct and ran 3 dull races in succession. He returned to form at Belmont three starts back and after 2 less than his best races, he showed enough to signal he has maintained his best form. Nice work since his last should also help.
She has made 2 starts on dirt and finished second in both. Now switched to turf and after a break of almost six months, she has returned to the workout tab with 5 recorded works, all 7 days apart and the last three signaling she is ready to break her maiden.
So Gracious's fifth dam, Goofed, is dam of Lyphard, a multiple G1 winning miler and one of at least 10 Northern Dancer's sons to tally over lifetime stakes winners. She has made one start and finished second on an off the turf race that was ran under sloppy conditions. Trainer looked like her had her ready to win at first asking but the weather threw a monkey wrench into that equation. She has one solid work since followed by two breezes that was nothing more than to let her stretch her legs to keep her fit.
She has made 3 starts this year and her first three in the U. S, all on dirt. But I can not, in good faith, bet against a horse that is bred to love the grass and looks in top form. Her dam, Chicalelee, did her best running on grass and AWTs throughout her career. She is making her first career start and has works that suggests she will win early in her career.
Her sire, Tapit, is a sire that foals runners that win early and often, both of dirt and grass and at all distances. However, the dam line has quite a few champions that was pointed towards distances early in their careers, so a lot will see that and believe Prosperity will need more distance to show her best.
The break is her only question and if she breaks alertly, she can upset this field. So I will pass and concentrate on races that offers better value. He has 7 starts this year and after winning his first start this year and a good run against Oncewewerebrothers who would toy with this field, he was stretched back out while going off form against much better 3 YOs.
His last start hints he is returning to form and looks worse than it actually was. He tracked the three front runners and tried to go by them and could not so he flattened out in the stretch as they finished the race 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
The two stretch runners who got past him also had no real impact on the finish. One solid work since indicates he will take a step forward. Why his connection would shorten him up to try grass like they did in his last is a mystery I will never understand. His pedigree is screaming at least middle distances on dirt or grass. However, he has six solid works since that effort and for the first time in his career, he is approaching a distance he should like. Seeking The Gold, a major middle distance runner and sire in his career, is sire of Cape Town broodmare sire of Quick Entry and broodmare sire of Point Of Entry sire of Quick Entry , so that alone should give you a hint the type of distance he will enjoy.
Could easily upset these. He looks like one that will mature into a decent runner. He definitely has more upside than most of these have shown. He also came from last in his last start and made up good ground through he did not threaten the top three in the same race as my top choice and his first start against winners.
One maintenance breeze since and he looks as ready as any to take a step forward. His last saw him come from last behind a fast pace, swooped to the lead easily at the top of the stretch, then got ran down fairly easy by one who pressured the hot pace throughout, not a ringing endorsement, in my opinion.
He did pull away from the horses that was completely exhausted. While the pace of this race should be fairly quick, it will be nothing near like his last was and he will have to run past a few of these instead of inheriting the lead. Therefore, I hoping he can get third as he is nearing his tailing off point. In a field that looks fairly weak, I normally look for the horse s that looks like they have the most upside potential or a veteran older horse s that likes to win.
I see none of the latter in here, so this one will be my top choice. He looks like he may be peaking back into his top form and if he is, he could easily win the race. While I have a different philosophy in what wins races than most. I also like the fact he is coming back in the same class as his last race, as opposed to moving up or dropping in class.
Three good works since his last followed by a breeze to keep his fitness. He was claimed out of his last and will make first his start under Servis as his trainer, a huge upgrade in training abilities. However, I am reluctant to put this horse any higher since the trainer gave him only one breeze, which was on the slow side, and will use caution with this one. He has made two starts this year and really did not do much in either.
He also has one work since his last like my third choice, but he is also dropping several classes down in class, which should help. While I normally like to see a horse show a little more in his last before taking this big of a drop, I understand owners and trainers wants to win at Saratoga even if it means the horse getting claimed for a value less than they feel he is worth.
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Anyways, again, if you're interested contact me. There looks like two likely pace setters in here that should be ready to run their best. My choices are: 1 Frontier Market is coupled in wagering with two of his stablemates that has some front running speed that may hurt the other front runners, but neither looks like they can duel and win this race. However, this one should be making his best run late.
He prepared for this out in a fast ran turf sprints that should have him ready to go early and then slow the pace down and save something for the stretch run. A mile may be a tad further than he will do his best at, but there are no world beaters signed up for this test. He too prepared for this test in a grass turf sprint in a faster pace race than my second choice and that should help him to move forward towards his best effort.
However, he has the back class edge on this field and might appreciate the slower pace more than his main competitor. Also, the mile distance should be right in the range of his best distance. If either one of these two breaks a little slow, the other one will be gone.
Lemonist beat him early this year but that was in his first start back after a seven month break. Now Lemonist should be feeling the strain of a long run without a significant break. Broodmare sire, Yes,It's True, also was one of the top two yos of his crop and went on to a fine career as a G1 stakes winning sprinter.
Two works since, a maintenance breeze followed by a more serious work to prepare him for this test. Most likely the trainer is hoping for a better break than he got in his first start. There is plenty of front running speed in here, so he opted for Irad Ortiz to take over as jockey, who is one of the better rating jockey at Saratoga.
But he had a much too fast work just two days before that effort and that contributed as much to that poor effort as the jockey's ride. Now he returns a week later with a much better jockey that should work out a much better break and trip. Since I am always on the lookout for any type of trouble not noticed by most, he will be definitely included in my tri box.
Two good works since really only shows he is speedy but you should have gather that much from his first effort. Normally, a horse that showed as much as him would be a toss in his next effort simply because of the surface switch, but he is actually better bred for dirt than grass. While I still will not use him on top, I can not completely toss him either. Now she is being stretch out to a middle distance which her pedigree suggests she will enjoy more, adds blinkers for the first time and has a maintenance breeze around the dogs on grass and a nice dirt work since here last effort.
Trainer is at his best when he gets his trainees on or near the lead and he gives that indication that will be his plan with this one, also. Has enough grass influence on her dam side to spring a major upset. The first was at a mile on grass and her break pretty much eliminated her from serious contention. Now 4 more works since her last effort where were too fast or too slow and a move to Luis Saez, who has been impressive with pace type horses this meet, could be all she needs to reach the winners circle.
Since switching to grass after two starts on dirt, she has the look of an improving runner with each grass effort. However, her first three efforts on grass, she was comprised by a slow early pace, but in her last she finally got a reasonable pace and just missed winning. Then she was put on the lead on a yielding turf at an even longer distance and that proved too much for her to handle in her 2nd career effort. Then shorten up to seven furlongs on dirt and that probably confused her more than anything, at least that is how she ran.
Now back to grass and a distance that should suit her the best and a return in 10 days should have her on her toes. Bred to be a good one but makes first start against winners, though it would have been hard to find an easier field for a first level allowance. Has steady works since that win and should take the next step forward. Two good works since last, one around the dogs on grass and then a solid breeze on dirt. His final times in each fits nicely against these, but he seems to hang late more often than not.
But if anyone can find a way to get him over the top, his trainer can and will. Big money eater so far and usually one I try to avoid until they show otherwise. Four good works since last. Now getting shorten back up to a distance similar to his sire only G1 win came at, he should be able to rate and could surprise if the other main 2 late runners gets started a little late. Promises Fulfilled got beat twice by Mitole after he made his first start half away around the world and returned needing a few starts to return to his best form while Mitole enjoyed a conditioning edge along with much less travel to affect him.
Now Mitole looks like he has peaked and is beginning a down cycle in form while this one looks to have peaked into his best form. Working on third start since his only winning effort this year, he does not look good enough to win this, but can benefit from the expected early duel.
But he will have a speed duel to run at, something he did not see out there in sprints. No way will I waste any money taking such short odds. I am willing to let him prove me wrong. While it is possible that effort knocked her off her best form, she has ran a dull effort before after a top effort and was able to bounce right back.
Had the rail in last and jockey chose to stay there instead of moving her away from the dead rail and it showed in her race. Now breaks from the 3 post and should get a better trip on a faster part of the track. Which one she chooses or the trainer thinks gives her the best shot at winning is anyone's guess.
Definitely the one to beat, especially if she decides to rate. Works suggests she is ready to run another big one though and she should be a major factor. No sense in trying to beat him this go around. He stumbled at the start and then got the worse of the bumping as several tried for the same hole heading into the stretch.
Should get a good stalking trip and come around the other speed in the stretch. Nice good works preparing for this race. Not crazy about his works since his last effort, but really did not need any more fast works either if trainer wanted to keep him fit for race day.
She has some back class and would be no surprise against this type. She looked like a winner in the BC Juvenile Fillies two years ago until Rushing Falls came chugging by, in her third start of her career. Even last year, she contested several good 3 YO fillies stakes and ran respectable, but won only a listed stakes in her first start of Now gets a distance that will suit her much more.
Dam ran as a 3 YO in Europe without winning a stakes race but shipped to U. As usual, Brown worked her and then found the idea spot for her first U. With that behind her, now it's time to test a little better field. One good work on a training grass course listed as good since that first effort.
She is the veteran of this field but has faced some tough competition before. Looking for another G1 score and will be tough to deny. Has 2 main foes to beat but she has pass this type of test before. He owns Saratoga's biggest stakes over the last several years, especially on grass, but now sets his sights on the bigger dirt stakes. Last year, he went all out to win her prep for this race and it ended up hurting her chances in this race.
This year, he tried to win the same prep, but jockey was either informed or knew the next test was more important and did not preserved with her to catch the leader in the stretch this go around. Normally fires her best effort after getting in prime conditioning. Race will come down to who is feeling their best and the trips their jockeys works out. Looks good enough to outlast maybe one of the top contenders, simply due to Saratoga's notorious speed favoring dirt surface, but asking a lot to beat all three.
Not impossible as stranger things has happen in horse racing, but not likely either. Two more bullet works on grass since that effort signals he should be ready to run another big race. But he has always kicked better as the distances stretches out on firm ground. Simply another overlooked longshot that produce his top effort following an angle I have repeatedly mentioned and also bet this one. Not expecting anything higher than this with this one but anyone in here could land in this spot.
Race is being built up as a lot of front running speed, but only one has shown that speed in top races and you are looking at him. In his last, he won that race fairly easy, mostly because Tacitus broke slowly and then was used up to play catch up. His race should have taken a lot less out of him, compared to the race Tacitus had to run. Two works since to prepare him for this race. Dam won a G1 but second dam is a daughter of a Belmont Stakes winner, so distance should not be a problem.
Mostly like him because he looks quick enough to get a forward position early and move while the late runners are still fighting traffic to get through. He is another that should settle in mid pack and get a solid jump on the big late runners while their jockeys is trying to figure out whether to lose ground and go wide or wait near the rail to find an clear path.
He looks to have the best current form of the ones who likes to do their best running late. But his last looks like he is returning to form. He has 4 wins on grass in his career. Trainer and jockey are both low percentage winners, but this is the type of race they mostly win in.
Two pretty good works, especially for this class level, since his last effort. Trainer has a pretty good percentage in grass sprints wins and Jose Ortiz often lands on her trainees that are live. Has been idled for over three months, but last two works indicates she may have been preparing him away from a track.
Now dropping to class level he had the most success in last year. Not sure if he is ready to win, but looks as good as the others. Definitely should be with the pace early. Most likely will like dirt better, but does not have enough grass efforts yet to say definitely will. Can get underneath with his usual effort. More than enough chances to catch a good one or two payoffs. I have a 2 year old. He's fairly well potty trained at this point, at least during the day.
At night he's still wearing pullups. My wife has been awesome about making sure that we develop routines about things like waking up, cleaning up after ourselves and bed time. And when I say we, I mean routines for both me and my son, because he's two and my adhd is about as stereotypically bad as it comes. You can bet this all happened because I failed to follow the routine So most nights the routine is as follows: an alarm goes off at , he uses the potty and we get a bath going.
After the bath its time to brush teeth and put on the pull-ups and pajamas. Then he picks two books for me to read and then into bed. Well today we were out for a late afternoon hike and came in smelling pretty bad so at about we get home and hop directly in the shower. After the shower I figured there was no point in putting him into new clothes so we just had him hop into his PJs.
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