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Baltimore Bound Part 2: The New Shooters

Yesterday I took a lengthy look at Dance City and Sway Away, a couple of colts who didn’t contest the Kentucky Derby but are slated to run in the Preakness.  Today’s focus will be on Flashpoint, the winner of the Hutcheson in February, and King Congie, winner of the Tropical Park Derby in January.  They are coming into the race from different directions and will both have serious questions to answer on May 21... Read More

 

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can they really run underground?
To me this horse looks great at 7 furlongs to 1 mile, but I think he is out of his league with anything past 1 mile

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