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2009 Gazelle Handicap (G1)

Date/Track:
11/28/2009, Aqueduct
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 F
Time:
1:50.94
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Older Comments about the 2009 Gazelle Handicap (G1)...

When Stardom Bound finished 3rd in the Ashland Stakes way back in April, she looked like a tired filly that day. But unless there was some sort of injury that I'm not aware of, I wonder if from April to November wasn't far too long of a layoff for her. She never really looked like she was ever in this race. It was her first effort ever finishing out of the money, and Stardom Bound is a much better filly than what she showed in the Gazelle Handicap. Certainly make's me second guess her connection's for such a long layoff.
  • cigar · Personally, I think Stardom Bound was/is generally overrated. Winning races like she did on synthetics does not cut it in more traditional dirt racing. Plus, she's another typical 2-year-old filly who was sharp then, but didn't move forward in her transition to 3. · 2338 days ago

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