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2010 Rebel (G2)

Date/Track:
3/13/2010, Oaklawn Park
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:43.06
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Older Comments about the 2010 Rebel (G2)...

Lucky got a 97 Beyer for his impressive, troubled run. Give the same fig to Noble's Promise, not bad at all for his dirt and 3yo debut. Dublin was 3 back in third, so figure about a 90 for him. Not a terrible race for Dublin considering he was 5 wide the first turn, and then launched his move 4 wide on the far turn. That's not the place to be at Oaklawn.
With 4 wins and 1 place in 5 career starts, all over synthetic surface tracks, Lookin At Lucky will try conventional dirt for the first time in his career in the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn. If he succeeds in winning the Rebel Stakes on dirt, I don't think there's any question that he'd be considered the top Kentucky Derby prospect for 2010. But if Lucky loses the Rebel, I still think that Rule has looked like the best prospect over conventional dirt tracks up to this point in the racing season. JMO.

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