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Native Diver Handicap

12/3/2011 11:15 AM
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Tres Borrachos
 Looks most likely to win the Native Diver Handicap. He has a consistent record in top races with top horses where he has performed well. Other horses in the native Diver Handicap have not found that yet, but there might be a surprise. Eldaafer looks to be second.
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I was surprised that Tres Borrachos went to the lead from the start, and almost held on.
Kettle Corn from 15K MCL at Hawthorne to G-3 winner. Well Done.
Tres Borrachos looks likely to win the 2011 Native Diver Handicap.