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Thanks for the list, help's find what a Turn-To line with tff 1x works the best with.
Saratoga continues it’s baby stakes races Wednesday, as Clemente sends back out Ready A.P. quickly, to face the boys at 6f. I think he likes this filly a little bit!
That's a WOW ! The only negative is the owner pushing him, and I doubt he would do it then !
Thanks for the observation .
I peeled a few off the list that had 5 racing in the same race, That trims the field to follow.
2 yo's that raced to 7/19/21 of interest
Does anyone know source of Sire's real time record of Wins with first time starters?
Can you believe her morning line is 9/5, over an impressive maiden winners like Coinage and Barese, who defeated him in their debut? A lot of people seem to think a lot of her. I hope she runs to it with such a quick turnaround.
Field of 5 for NY breds, he might be doing the Racing Secretary a favor to get a race off the ground
Against 4 males to get an overnight stks. going , before he tries her with open Company.
I suggest trying Tesio Power.
Clement says he chose the Rick Violette Stakes against the boys, because the filly race on the 22nd; the Stillwater, came up light.
EDIT: Run Curtis Run won the Rick Violette Stakes. Ready AP was a tiring second. Based on the numbers that came back, all the horses regressed from their previous start. Several came back after less than 3 weeks off, and are in need of a break.