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Thursday, October 6, 2011

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Red Mile Nightly Selections

Thursday, October 6th

Track Handicapper – Gabe Prewitt

 

Race 1                     Selections                                3-5-2-6

1

Laffit

Lightly raced 6yo has regressed a bit lately, and I’m not sure I can endorse him against these. 

2

Angel Eyes Hanover

($95k HB yearling) Showed plenty of late interest last week against a solid crew in stakes company, and lands in a much more manageable spot in overnight here.  Appears to have rounded the corner, lots to like. 

3

Rules Clear

Made an uncharacteristic break in overnight on Sunday, and shows right back up on short rest tonight.  3yo has a year on the other favs in here, and his best would be enough.  I’m on board.  Pierce opted here over #2.    

4

JC’s Valley Dream

Blew up the toteboard at 90-1 3 starts back in her first career start.  Hasn’t progressed as much as I’d like to see to this point.  I’ll watch for more improvement. 

5

Dandover

($85k Lex yearling) Improved tremendously since arriving in town the last couple of weeks with trainer in the bike, and HOF Lachance gets the call in here.  Should continue to improve in LT start #4 tonight. 

6

Trouble

($65k HB yearling) Trotted evenly after coming first over against a nice filly in overnight a couple of weeks back, and going to have to find a lot more speed to hang with the top ones tonight. 

 

Race 2                     Selections                                3-1-2-7

1

Revenue Agent

Big effort in his first local start to be 2nd, and has been 1-2 in 10 of 11 LT starts.  Lands on the pole again here, and looks like the one to beat. 

2

Cash on Delivery

Followed up a LT best performance two back with a game effort to fight off his rivals in similar spot last time.  I would expect JC to put him in play early once again. 

3

Man O’War

Was in the midst of a BOLD first over move before making a break last time, and in my honest opinion he was going right by #2 that night.  Tetrick opts to #7 instead, but we do pick up Lachance.  Big shot.      

4

Diamond Tough

Making only his 3rd start back of the season tonight, and lands in a fairly tough spot.  Would need to find a LOT more speed.  I’ll pass. 

5

Chinese Cuisine

Trotted evenly in the faster of 2 LC divisions last week, but I honestly expected him to have a little more trot after following the eventual winner up in a live cover flow.  Things aren’t going to get any easier here. 

6

Quantum Lightning

I ALWAYS guess wrong on this guy!  As you can see from his seasonal resume (No 2nds or 3rds), he is either REALLY good or really bad.  Your guess is as good as mine.  

7

Valiant Warrior

Valiant effort last time to finish up a close 2nd behind #2.  In all honesty, if he couldn’t beat him off that trip though, he isn’t likely to do it in here.  Any similar effort should put him close once again.  TT opted over #3.     

 

Race 3                     Selections                                5-7-8-10

1

Fire Fox

Lands on the pole here after having to overcome consecutive 8 holes on smaller tracks.  Should improve with the stretch out to the mile track, and will need her very best in competitive crew here.  Your call. 

2

Watchatalkinabout

Appears to be in a bit over his head here.  Not tonight. 

3

My Immortal

Drops back into overnight company after having no punch on the end of LC here last week.  Had absolutely NO excuse in the prior start.  Doesn’t appear to be heading in the right direction.  Pass. 

4

JJ Shark

($45k HB yearling) 2yo has gone some big miles here this season, and lands in a solid crew here that includes some older horses as well.  Any smooth journey should give him a chance to hit the ticket.  JC opted off for #10. 

5

Arringarosa

Solid all season here, and has certainly rounded the corner over the last month.  Picks up DM tonight, and clearly looks like the one to beat in here. 

6

Red River Jeanie

Lacked stamina to this point, and would need to find a LOT more to go with these.  Pass. 

7

Rocken Camnation

Blowout win in Delaware for the colt out of iron tough racemare, Eternal Camnation, who earned over $3.7 million on the track.  I was lucky enough to see the last start of her career right here in 2004.  Never a big fan of 2yo’s taking on older, but that was an impressive debut and should continue to improve. 

8

Justlikedins

Broke her maiden two back with a front end romp, but didn’t fair too well on the half mile oval last time at Lebanon.  Tetrick gets the call tonight, and she has early speed if he elects to use it. 

9

Protown Bound

($9k HB yearling) First time starter has Q’fed against some very nice horses here, and lands in a manageable spot for her debut.  Not sure we will see an overly aggressive steer, but will should be picking up the pieces late. 

10

Ardmore

($62k HB yearling) The other first time starter in here who is actually coming out of the same Q’fer as #9 last time.  Appeared to be a nice tightner after over 45 days on the shelf.  JC opted here over #4. 

 

 Race 4                     Selections                                6-3-4-2

1

In Nomine Patri

Picture perfect journey in his first local start last week, but had to settle for 3rd.  Should sit close once again from the inside post, but things aren’t going to get any easier.  Lachance opted off to drive #5 instead.    

2

Southwind Pepino

Finished right on the line with #1 in here last week, and really showed some improvement with that effort.  I would expect a similar ground saving journey tonight, but still going to need his absolute very best. 

3

Dash for the Cash

Used a late dash to get all the cash after a perfect steer from JC last week.  That was a LT best performance, and he has hooked a similar crew here.  Should be a major player once again. 

4

The Lindy Reserve

Showed up after over 45 days on the shelf in overnight last time, and couldn’t fend off a stakes winning 2yo as the 4-5 fav.  Should be tightened up and ready to go here, but still needs his very best.  TT gets the call. 

5

Orlando

Appeared to be in a very comfortable spot on Sunday, but still couldn’t manage to pick up his 1st career win.  Certainly wasn’t at his best there, and will need a big rebound to hang with the top ones.  ML opted here over #1.   

6

Celebrity Bombay

Sprinted home nicely to finish 4th behind #3 last time, and really appears to have rounded the corner since adding lasix 2 back.  If he gets worked into the race a bit sooner tonight, I think he can beat these.  RP opted here over 7.   

7

Ramblin Rick

MI invader has hit the board in 13 of 16 this season, but I will point out that he has been defeated by LR in 4 of his last 5.  That one raced here last week, but didn’t fair well.  Tough to endorse him with that in mind. 

 

Race 5                     Selections                                4-7-5-1

1

Uncommon Night

($22k Lex yearling) Flying late on the far outside to nail down the final check in stakes company last week.  Should be sitting MUCH closer from the rail here, but has hooked a bearcat in #4.  Wide open underneath. 

2

Feel the Pressure

($12k Lex yearling) Rebounded with a decent mile in LC Saturday, and was desperately seeking racing room the final 1/8.  Appeared that she would have been much closer if she would’ve found a seam, but a BIG step up here. 

3

Sterling Volo

($70k Lex yearling) No match for the top 2 in stakes action last week, but she got beat less than a length for 3rd.  Continues to improve with each LT start, and appears to be one of many with a shot at the minor awards. 

4

Check Me Out

Turned the tables on her main divisional rival last week, and drew away to an easy victory under no encouragement from her pilot.  Looks tons the best here. 

5

Temple Blue Chip

($70k HB yearling) Was still hanging around in 3rd behind the two favs before making a break last time.  Appears to have plenty of talent, but will have to prove she can mind her manners.  Maybe. 

6

Lady Andi

($35k Lex yearling) Was able to pickup the pieces late to finish a distant 3rd behind #4 last time, and I would expect a similar off the pace try here.  Wide open for the minor awards. 

7

Superstar Hanover

($75k HB yearling) Finished VERY close to #4 three and four starts back in stakes action, before making a break in $455k stake last time.  Not sure the rest of these would be able to hang around that close to her.  Underneath. 

8

Southwind Moni

($30k Lex yearling) Came up just a head short in stakes company last week after an absolutely perfect steer from JC.  Hooks a monster in #4, but any similar effort certainly puts her in the mix for the minor awards. 

 

Race 6                     Selections                                4-1-6-8    Start of $30,000 Guaranteed Pick 4      CARRYOVER $10,736

1

Oasis Dream

($50k HB yearling) Disappointed as a heavy fav in Delaware last time, and word on the street is that she may have tied up.  Has had a couple of weeks to get squared away now, and her best puts her right in the mix here. 

2

Hope and Love

Loved this filly to get a big piece last time, and she trotted right by them all on the far outside to pull off the 16-1 upset.  Ends up in the softest of 3 stakes divisions here, but asking a lot to step up to take on these.  Your call. 

3

D’orsay

($50k Lex yearling) Liked this filly a lot to get a piece last time, and she never fired off what essentially ended up being a sweet trip behind the eventual winner.  Certainly an improved effort, but needs even more.    

4

Kissnmakup Hanover

($30k HB yearling) VERY impressive effort last time, coming up only a neck short after being used hard early in the mile as well.  Should continue to improve in 4th LT start tonight, and I think she has a big shot here. 

5

Personal Style

($92k Lex yearling) Didn’t look all that great the last time we saw her when she made a break in 3rd leg of the Kindergarten series, and is coming off a scratched sick on top of it.  I’ll watch her go around tonight. 

6

Chilitodayhotamale

Game effort to finish less than 2 lengths back in 4th last week, and that was after being parked for the first 3/8’s of a mile.  Any similar effort should put her close once again. 

7

Voluptuous Ronda

($13k HB yearling) Ronda never got into it last time, and didn’t have much punch on the end of it either.  Has proven she can go with some top fillies in the past, but needs a big rebound here.  Palone opted to #1 instead.    

8

Real Babe

($100k Lex yearling) Sprinted home nicely down the lane last week to pick up 5th, and I would expect another off the pace try against similar in here.  One of many with a big shot in competitive crew. 

 

Race 7                     Selections                                4-1-9-6

1

Southwind Warsaw

($20k Lex yearling) Trotted evenly in stakes company last week, and lands on the inside here in what should be a more manageable crew.  Any similar effort puts him right in the mix. 

2

Tabulator

($16k Lex yearling) Ended up tiring to finish last in similar company last week, and would need a LOT more.   

3

Top Biling Mindale

($17k Lex yearling) After starting out his career undefeated in 2 starts, gelding has suddenly regressed into a couple of breaks recently.  Appears to have some talent, but hard to endorse him off that. 

4

Natural Forces

MI invader arrives locally after back to back romps, and will certainly get a test for class against open breds here.  Price should be right, and I’m willing to hop on board. 

5

Lindy’s FT

Got caught up in a quick mile last time, but still going to need to find a lot more speed to go with these.  Pass. 

6

My MVP

($85k Lex yearling) Rode the pylons and finished 3rd behind UP in the fastest mile by a 2yoc this season.  Big improvement there, and there is no Uncle Peter in here.  Should continue to improve in 5th LT start.  TT over #5.    

7

Cash McCoy

($30k Lex yearling) Hasn’t had any luck at all recently, and would need a complete turnaround here. 

8

Cloverdale

Couldn’t fend off the pocket sitter in a 2 horse breakaway down the lane last time.  Still a nice effort, but he is going to need to find even more speed to go with the top ones in here.  DM opted here over #2.   

9

Prayer Session

KYSS Champ regressed into a break at Delaware 2 back, and ended up fading badly after following the winner in a FAST mile last time.  Gets slammed with post 9 as well, and a short price looming. 

Race 8                     Selections                                1-5-8-6

1

She’s Rockin

Got caught up in a quick mile in her career debut last week, and should continue to improve in her 2nd LT start tonight.  Barn has been rolling here thus far.  Must respect. 

2

Town Terror

Regressed into some bad habits recently, and hard to endorse her in here.  Pass.  Noble opted to #10 instead.   

3

Polar Opposition

Regally bred filly out of the $2.8 million winning racemare, Loyal Opposition.  Shuffled back a bit last week, but had some pace when she finally shook loose late.  Any smoother journey puts her in the mix here. 

4

Jenjen

($8k Lex yearling) Nothing to offer late after getting caught up in the fastest of 3 LC divisions last week.  Would need a LOT more to go with these. 

5

Stealin the Show

Made a bold move on the outside around the far turn last time, but ended up getting very bumpy gaited before finally making a break in deep stretch.  No Ramalama in here, and looks like she fits with these if she stays flat. 

6

Two Lips

($42k HB yearling) Nice effort to be 2nd behind #8 last week, and has yet to miss the board in 6 LT tries.  I would expect Tetrick to be on the gas early in here, and should sit close once again.  Must respect. 

7

Rock N Roll Baby

Finally rebounded with a decent effort last time when she reverted back to off the pace tactics.  Lands in a very competitive crew here, and any similar effort would put her in the mix.   

8

Shawnee Dancer

KYSS runner-up parlayed a perfect 2nd over steer into a big win last time, and lands back in a wide open crew here.  Should be flying late once again. 

9

News Alert

($15k HB yearling) Was a bit flat in her career debut last time, and I’m still not sure she is ready to go with these just yet.  Pass. 

10

Caribbean Girl

($2.7k Hoosier yearling) Gate to wire as the heavy fav to win for the first time in her career last time in Cleveland.  Put in some decent efforts in KYSS action here earlier, but a tough assignment from post 10 here.

 

Race 9                     Selections                                11-4-9-1

1

Caviart Cara

Game first over try last time, and should sit close from the pole here in big bulky field.  Appears to be one of many with a big shot.    

2

Cold Hard Facts

($60k HB yearling) I’m not 100% sure that this filly was bothered by the breaker in there last week, but either way she went offstride on the far turn.  Lands back in a solid group here, needs a big rebound. 

3

Jinxy’s Delight

($30k Lex yearling) Followed up the eventual winner 3rd over last time, but had to settle for 5th.  Lands back in what appears to be an absolutely wide open field here in final leg of Pick 4.  Maybe. 

4

Princess Cruiser

Ended up fading after being used hard on the lead last week, but has proven she can hold her own against some nice fillies on the east coast.  Price should be better here, and the trip may end up so as well. 

5

Major Crush

($37k HB yearling) Raced evenly in first local start off the layoff last time in her 4th career start, and should improve here in her 2nd local start.  Yet another in here that has a shot. 

6

Ryder Blue Chip

($67k HB yearling) Appeared to be in a bit over her head in tough stakes company last week, but lands in a much more manageable spot here in LC tonight.  Having trouble finding anyone to eliminate in here. 

7

Miss Lucy O

I will be the first to admit that I was absolutely shocked with her wire to wire victory last week, and she lands back in a similar spot here.  Not sure they will allow her to stroll around on an uncontested lead again in big field here though.  I’ll pass. 

8

McDance Desire

($10k Hoosier yearling) Came first over against #7 last time, and ended up tiring and finishing at the back of the 5 horse pack that stayed pacing in there. Was a big rebound, but still going to need more to go with the top ones in here.   

9

Noseitall

Split horses late to round out the dime super at a big price.  Appears to have really rounded the corner in her last couple, including a very troubled trip 2 back in KYSS final.  Live longshot? 

10

Rio Secco

($27k Lex yearling) Perfect pocket trip behind #7 last time and ended up finishing a nice 2nd.  Not quite sure things will work out as well from post 10 here though.  Pass. 

11

Live Wire

Unleashed a 27 final panel to finish 2nd behind a nice filly last time.  Should be able to get away in decent shape behind #1, and any similar effort makes her the one to beat in here. 

 

Race 10                   Selections                                3-5-2-6

1

Swinging Nadine

($30k HB yearling) Parlayed a perfect pocket trip into a 3rd place finish in LC last week, but taking a BIG step up to take on the best of the best here.  I’ll wait for a better spot.  Sears opted off for #5 instead.    

2

On the Bright Side

Made an aggressive move to the top at the half last time, but couldn’t fend off the pressure from #3 late.  Had over a month off prior to that, and should be tightened up and ready to go here.   

3

She Wears it Well

($18k HB yearling) Added hobbles for the first time last week, and came first over against #2 and ended up sprinting away late.  Seems to have solved the breaking issues, and looks to have PLENTY of talent.  Must respect.  Pierce opted here over #4.     

4

Gotcha Girl

($5k Lex yearling) Blowout win in LC last time, but a major step up tonight and it appears she has landed in quite a shark tank.  I’ll wait for a better spot.  Pierce opted for #3 instead.   

5

Win Missy B

Used HARD through a quick half last time, and ended up having to settle for 2nd behind her main divisional rival.  Lands in a more manageable crew here, and is certainly the one to beat.  Sears opted here over #1.    

6

Aunt Mel

($95k HB yearling) Trotted evenly to finish 4th in $455k stake at Mohawk, and ended up out sick for the stake here last week.  Was only a half length behind #5 on 8-24 in $105k Indy stake.  Her best would make her a major player.  D Miller opted here over #7.   

7

Can’t Be Seduced

($65k HB yearling) Parlayed a nice trip into a decent 3rd last week, and has hit the board in 7 of 8 on the season.  Lands back in another solid crew here, and will need her very best.  DM opted to #6 instead.    

8

Can’t Have My Moni

Regally bred filly out of the World Champion mare, Moni Maker, who made over $5.5 million on the tack.  Ended up a distant 4th in the mile with #5 last time, and appears to have a shot at the minor awards once again. 

 

Race 11                   Selections                                3-4-7-5

1

Neverdie

($110k HB yearling) Came up sick last week, after making a break in the prior start on the NYSS circuit at Vernon.  Not sure I’m ready to hop on board after that, and I’ll watch him go around the track once first. 

2

Ja El Tomcat

($6.5 HB yearling) Trotted evenly to pick up 3rd in similar field last week, and has yet to miss the board in 9 LT tries thus far.  Appears to have landed in a fairly wide open crew here. 

3

Louie the Fourth

Louie didn’t come through for the bridge jumpers last week, keying off some big show prices when he was off the board.  Got used HARD making the lead, and ended up getting very rough gaited in deep stretch.  Any smoother journey should give him a big chance to bounce back. 

4

Master of Harmony

($25k Lex yearling) Big striking colt parlayed a perfect pocket trip into a nice win in his career debut.  Should continue to improve in his 2nd LT start here.  Certainly looks the part physically.    

5

Awsome Valley

Trotted evenly against similar last time, and has proven he can hang with the favs in KYSS action here earlier this season.  Maybe underneath. 

6

Crooner Hanover

($92k HB yearling) Picked up the pieces late to finish a distant 3rd in his career debut behind a heavy fav.  Another that should continue to improve in his 2nd LT start tonight, but going to need a lot more speed to go with the top ones. 

7

Zot

Nice effort to be 2nd against similar crew last time, and any similar effort should put him close once again. 

8

Lindy McDreamy

($130k Lex yearling) Tired late in similar company in his first local start, and it doesn’t appear that things are going to get any easier in here.  I’ll wait until we see some more improvement. 

9

Its On

($25k Lex yearling) Got caught up in an unbelievably fast mile last time, and appears to have landed in an easier crew here.  Still going to have to find a lot more speed. 

 

Race 12                   Selections                                5-3-6-2

1

Campo Basso

($40k HB yearling) Couldn’t keep up with the pacesetters in there last week, and would have to find a lot more to go with these. 

2

Fusion Man

Put in a nice effort to be 3rd in Bluegrass div last week, and has proven he can hold his own against some nice colts thus far.  Going to need his very best once again in here though. 

3

Racintowardadream

Game first over try against the heavy fav last time, and has hit the board in all 11 LT tries thus far.  Appears to have really rounded the corner since joining new barn two back.  Must respect. 

4

Kingstone

($37k HB yearling) First time starter has a nice AM effort over the track, but asking a lot to go with the top ones in here in his very first start under the lights.  I’ll watch one first. 

5

Teddybear Song

A couple of dominant local Q’fying efforts with trainer in the bike for a colt making his career debut tonight.  Appears to have plenty more in the tank, and looks ready to fire in here. 

6

Its Jesse Time

Little guy dashed right up the inside after the fav began to bear out last time to get the win.  RAZOR sharp right now with 3 consecutive wins, and any similar effort should put him close once again.   

7

Lindyaholic

Was coming to call first over before making a break around the far turn last time, and it appeared that he would have been very close in there had he stayed trotting.  Lands back in a fairly tough crew here though, and I’ll wait for an easier spot. 

8

Jagermeister

($87k Lex yearling – highest Glidemaster colt sold in ’10) All sorts of breaking problems thus far, and I’m going to have to pull off a rare feat and turn down Jager tonight. 

 

$30,000 Guaranteed Pick 4 (Races 6 – 9)

 

Race 6 – 1, 4

Race 7 – 1, 4, 6, 9

Race 8 – 1, 3, 5, 6, 8

Race 9 – 11

 

Total Ticket Cost = $40

 

            LONGSHOT OF THE NIGHT:     RACE 2 #3 MAN O’WAR (8/1 ML)

            LOCK OF THE NIGHT:                RACE 5 #4 CHECK ME OUT (6/5 ML)

 

HAVE FUN – WIN MONEY! 



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