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Thirtyfirststreet 2-1 Favorite in Crystal Water

Thirtyfirststreet, a multiple stakes winner who captured an allowance event by 6 ½ lengths at 1 1/16 miles in his last start on Jan. 12, is the 2-1 morning line choice among six runners set for the Crystal Water. Rosario rides the 4-year-old Good Journey colt who was bred by his trainer, Doug O’Neill, and co-owner Mark Gorman. A winner of the California Breeders’ Championship at Santa Anita as a 2-year-old and the Lone Star Derby last year, Thirtyfirststreet shows a record of 4-2-2 in 13 races while earning $345,200.

 

Holladay Road, a $25,000 claim by trainer Julio Canani on behalf of Gary and Wendy Broad last July at Del Mar, is coming off an allowance win on grass at Hollywood Park in his last start in December. He previously missed by a neck behind victorious Norvsky when a hard-charging third in the California Cup Classic on turf. Before that, he won his only previous start on dirt while sprinting at Santa Anita. Bejarano takes over in the irons for Gomez. A lightly raced 7-year-old gelding, Holladay Road has won 5 of 12 races worth $171,820.

 

The complete field for the Crystal Water, with jockeys, weights and morning line odds in post position order: Legal Separation, Espinoza, 116, 6-1; Bluegrass Reward, Talamo, 118, 9-2; Spud Spivens, Smith, 118, 9-2; Thirtyfirststreet, Rosario, 120, 2-1; Holladay Road, Bejarano, 118, 5-2, and Macho Dorado, Nakatani, 116, 9-2.

 

 

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Older Comments about Thirtyfirststreet 2-1 Favorite in Crystal Water...

I haven't looked at a form yet but if Thirtyfirststreet can run back to form just 16 days after his best effort and there is no reasone he shouldn't as a mature 4yo I believe he's the one to beat.I really don't see a bounce here as his last was merely a workout.The probable favorite Holladay Road style is ill suited for this track and line up and for me may be a toss.I am going from memory here on all these horses and my opinion might change after looking at the form.Spud Spivens and Bluegrass Reward are horses i would also give consideration to. The odds will determine the play but this is how I see the race right now.GL
What does the nation think about this one? I don't feel confident with anything in this race.

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