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Trappe Shot a Rising Star

Trappe Shot, who made a big splash as a sale horse, could be on the verge of becoming an important racehorse. He has yet to make his stakes debut, but some people think he could be the best 3-year-old around.

A son of Tapit trained by Kiaran Laughlin for Mill House, Trappe Shot is undefeated in three races this year and in his most recent effort cruised to a four-length victory in a seven-furlong allowance race on the June 5 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) undercard. In two previous 2010 starts against fellow Florida-breds at Gulfsteam Park, the chestnut colt triumphed by 10 ¼ lengths and 12 ¾ lengths.

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Looking forward to seeing if Trappe Shot can route in the Long Branch. This 3-year-old division is begging for a late bloomer and the McLaughlin trainee could be the goods.

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