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In Te Domin-ation in the Irish Linnet

4/28/2011 6:27 PM
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$5.00
Amount Cashed:
$0.00

 

Opening Day at Belmont: The perfect cure for the inner track blues.  So, to kick things off, I'll offer my very first (and probably last, depending on how it goes) play of the day.  I'll be going with #7 In Te Domine in her 2011 debut in stakes companyagainst her fellow New York-breds.  While #8 Akilina may draw the most interest by virtue of her third place finish in open company at Gulfstream, In Te Domine is no stranger to success; she won the Statue of Liberty versus statebreds and finished third in the ungraded Riskaverse.  Also, it's hard to ignore trainer Linda Rice's success with turf runners, especially if the odds remain close to the 6-1 morning line.  So, as posted below, it's $5 to win on In Te Domine.  Good luck all...

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