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Queen's Plate Profiler: Mobthewarrior Ready For Battle

To win the Queen's Plate you need a horse that can survive a ten furlong battle while carrying 126lbs. Fortunately for trainer Greg De Gannes, he has a warrior on his side - Mobthewarrior, that is."I wouldn't trade places with anybody," said De Gannes on the Woodbine backstretch earlier this week... Read More

 

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As I predicted, they let Big Red set a leisurely pace on the lead, and he won gate-to-wire. A bargain at 5:1.
The phrase "much the best" doesn't apply here. It's a fairly wide open race with good arguments to be made for half of the field. Not much early speed in the race which means that Big Red Mike could manage to steal it on the pace if the others let him get away with a slow front-running pace like the Trial.
First time through Hotep looks by far the best here and will tangle with the Irish one awhile

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