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2010 Santa Anita Derby (G1)

Date/Track:
4/3/2010, Santa Anita Park
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:48.00
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Older Comments about the 2010 Santa Anita Derby (G1)...

Sidney's Candy has looked very good in the San Vicente and today in the Santa Anita Derby. I don't, however, think that he looked as impressive as did Eskendereya in the Wood Memorial. My question marks on Sidney's Candy are these: Obviously, can he win on dirt? He doesn't have any starts that are off of the synthetic surface. And, how will he rate up front at Churchill Downs with horses like Eskendereya and likely Rule up on the front end, on conventional dirt? If he handle's the dirt, and can get the distance, he could be a player with Eskenderaya and IMO, Rule. If any of what I feel will be the potential front runners fade in that long Churchill Downs stretch, than it could possibly set up the 2010 Kentucky Derby for a stalker, or late closer to snatch the roses, IMO. Someone like a Lookin At Lucky, who was given a horrific trip by Garrett Gomez in the S.A. Derby, but still managed to get home 3rd. Or possibly, a colt like an Interactif, if he comes to the Derby, that has a very good late close. TJMO.
  • GibbonJockey · That finish by Lookin' at Lucky after being stopped is the turn of foot that wins derbys. Not apologizing or making a case, just advising folks to check the overhead replay before dismissing Lookin' at Lucky. · 2222 days ago
  • Arrrgy · SC ran the last 1/4 in 23. If he moves up on dirt.... · 2221 days ago

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