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Tesseron looks interesting in Ky Jockey Club

11/23/2012 6:00 PM
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Amount Bet:
$40.00
Amount Cashed:
$0.00

 

Saturday's 11th race (5:35pm ET) from Churchill Downs is the Grade II Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes for 2-year-olds traveling a mile and a sixteenth on the main track.

#8 TESSERON (8-1) traded Woodbine decisions with River Seven in a MSW route and the G3 Grey. Josie Carroll’s $357k purchase is fresh, likes two turns, and will be finishing if he handles conventional dirt.
 
#6 Frac Daddy (4-1) is back in three weeks after a romping course/distance maiden breaker from post 12. He fired a local bullet Nov 17 and projects a tactical trip.

#4 Uncaptured (9-5) exits a facile local score in the G3 Iroquois. He clearly has a nose for the wire and probably wins this if he handles two turns. His lone loss was his only route start but he did have a troubled trip that day.

#9 Dewey Square (8-1) could be any kind after a pair of facile victories to kick off his career. He won at this course/distance Oct 28 and should make his presence felt throughout for the profitable Lanerie/Romans team.

#11 Indiano Jones (15-1) was a neck behind Tesseron in the G3 Grey and can get a piece of this from a tough post.

#12 Positively (10-1) exits a place finish in the G3 Iroquois from post 10 and he lands an outer post again.

THE PLAYS:
 
$16 to win #8 

$1 Trifecta 6-8/4-6-8-9/4-6-8-9-11-12 ($24)
 
analysis by Jarrod Horak
 
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Thank you, I thought the same myself
cocoa2 | 11/24/2012 4:07 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Good one!
amino998 | 11/24/2012 4:05 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Gate Dancer I meant, amino. Boy are you acidic!
cocoa2 | 11/24/2012 4:01 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Knowitallcocoa--- Buster Millerick trained Native Diver
amino998 | 11/24/2012 3:54 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Shippers one always asks the question:WHY would they come all ths way if they did not think they have a very good chance??
travel_vic | 11/24/2012 3:50 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
"I don't understand these Arkansas folks. We beat the favorite twice out in California. Do they think I'm just coming for a ham sandwich?"
ruffian75 | 11/24/2012 3:45 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Johnny Campo and Pleasant Colony. re: Jack Van Berg. One time I was @ Oaklawn Park, and his colt/horse Bedeviled, had upset the favorite, ridden by Pat Day, @ 16-1 odds, in the Razorback Handicap. They asked him in the paper what he thought about his horse going off at such large odds. He mentioned(paraphrasing),
ruffian75 | 11/24/2012 3:44 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
He had Native Diver and Alysheba, who else?
cocoa2 | 11/24/2012 3:36 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
his father Marion Van Berg was a legend and son filled those shoes well.
travel_vic | 11/24/2012 3:34 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
Van Berg was a well known and top nothced trainer LONG before Alysheba came calling.
travel_vic | 11/24/2012 3:32 PM |  - Re: Tesseron looks interesti...
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