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SA 4/20/2014 R7 - A Win For The New Kid

 Race #7 is the unique 6 1/2 f turf "down the hill" my favorite race, an alw event for 4 y.o.s and up.  Contenders before scratches, #9, 2, 8, 7.  The favorite #8 Rangi (5/2) is a legitimate 4 y.o. who just won on this course 3/20.  However, I will try to beat him with a 5 y.o.g. stalker rounding into form with a hungry young jock....#9 A Toast To You (6/1), Franco/Miller.  Horse has a speed and pace advantage, best times, good connections and betable price.  Bet #9 to win, 2X place.  Exactas/tri's....9/ ...
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SA 4/20/2014 R7 - Zenji back in preferred turf sprint

Sunday's 7th race (3:37pm PT) from Santa Anita Park is an Optional Claiming heat for 4-year-olds and up dashing six and one-half furlongs on the turf course. #3 Zenji (6-1) made his U.S. bow in a salty spot (G3 Bradley) over yielding ground at FG, and he made an early move before fading that day. He won a pair of 2012 turf sprints in France and can show something at this shorter trip for new trainer Sadler. Nakatani is a sharp turf rider.           Play Sunday’s Santa Anita Park games at DerbyWars.com.  &...

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