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Social Inclusion Arrives at Aqueduct

Unbeaten Social Inclusion arrived at Aqueduct Racetrack at approximately 3 a.m. on Monday after departing Gulfstream Park by van on Sunday, according to a tweet made by owner Ronald Sanchez. 

 

Social Inclusion, who is trained by Manuel Azpurua, settled in barn 4 at Aqueduct and is expected to gallop up to the Wood Memorial, which will be his first start away from Gulfstream and third overall. He won a six-furlong maiden race by 7 ½ lengths on February 22 and a 1 1/16-mile open allowance race by 10 lengths on March 12.

 

 

 

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Question here is the break. If he gets an easy one and Samraat does not press him into the first turn (as he often does not), he is home free.
What's there to think?? If he blows away the Wood field he is my Derby Horse
If u guys see the replay of social inclusion debut. Contreras was moving him early because he didnt wanted to be in the inside but i think this horse can come from the middle of the pack too thats why to me hes the favorite to win it all.
can't tell until all the entries are matched up side to side. Often speed is hidden in beaten lengths versus faster paces of race.
They will never catch him in the Wood..... he will be gone....not enough speed in the race to match up with him.
Maiden and Allowance were very strong races
Word to the wise: ALWAYS be wary of a single performance that elevates a horse to a huge number: regression to the mean is near at hand

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