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2009 Swaps (G2)

Date/Track:
7/18/2009, Hollywood Park
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:49.02
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Older Comments about the 2009 Swaps (G2)...

Misremembered stole the race and turned the tables on Grazen. The latter was expected to set the pace, but Espinoza outmaneuvered Bejarano in this spot. Grazen probably would have won if you reverse posts and/or trips.
I guess Bob Baffert didn't need PON after all to pick up this stakes money. Misremembered looked pretty tough going basically wire to wire.
With Pioneer of the Nile no longer involved in racing, don't be surprised if Advice steals the show in the Swaps just like he did in the Lexington-Coolmore Stakes.
Anxious to see how PON comes back after disappointing run in Preakness.
Not what you'd say a big PON fan but he seems to like the synthetic at Santa Anita so I don't know why the synthetic at Hollywood would be any different for him. I don't know who else is slated for this race, but PON will probably be hard to beat.

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