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Wood Produces Vulnerable Fave

The weather wasn't nearly as hot, nor as sunny as it was supposed to be; a sea breeze phenomenon we're told by the weather folks, and the fog that obscured the view of the 11th race was evidence of that. But the (announced) crowd of 8,553, as paltry as that figure may seem to outsiders, certainly exceeded my expectations...
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Bellamy road broke a bone along with the 4 other best horses in the race That gave you the proven, barely a Gr3 horse, Giacomo! That prompted me to send a scathing letter to the CD CEO about hardening the track and the results it's produced. I sent that same letter this year as all others, already. Cross your fingers CD doesn't go all stupid on us again.
This blog is a great read... both on the racing analysis and very funny stuff, too... Is Eskendereya = Bellamy Road? Well, not quite, but the point is a good one.

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