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Derby Countdown – April 6

The picture is gradually becoming clearer as we now have a solid Derby favorite, Eskendereya, as he crushed the competition for a second consecutive time with a Wood Memorial victory that was earned with devastating ease.  He is a force to be reckoned with on May 1.  Out west Sidney’s Candy emerged as California’s co-top [...] Read More

 

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If the pace heats up Ice Box and Endorsement could be rushing the front. IMO.
Watch for a simple thing: whatever dominate style is working Friday on Oaks day, look for it to work the following afternoon. The track crew there has a nasty habit of packing the surface or digging it up
Gang, we still need a "mudder" out there. If not -I see the front enders splashing home like "Smarty" & Lion Heart, If the Derby is dry, the front-enders will likely fade and set up a late closer -who doesn't have traffic problems (sorry Garrett-that wasn't a shot at you). Post position again will be key, BB's freakish power run to the front from PP-20 won't be duplicated again in our lifetimes.

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