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Big Red Mike Heads Prince of Wales

The connections of BIG RED MIKE (Tenpins) are hoping that his brush with royalty will translate into a sweep of the Canadian Triple Crown, but first the chestnut will have to take on seven rivals in the second leg of the series, the C$500,000 Prince of Wales S., at Fort Erie on Sunday.


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Fort Erie is the polar opposite of Woodbine. While Hotep should stand out here, his pace distribution is later that what works at the Fort, ALMOST.....Appears there may not be too much form reversal come Sunday as the top two stick out again....but what about this newcomer Golden Moka? How does one evaluate that colt?

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