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2012 Jerome (G2)

Date/Track:
4/21/2012, Aqueduct
Post Time:
5:00 PM ET
Distance:
1 mile (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:36.04
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Older Comments about the 2012 Jerome (G2)...

He absolutely blew the doors off that field. Great ride by Luzzi giving him a perfect ride. Would love to see him run in the Red Legends at Charles Town in June for the 400K purse. Hushion had great success in that race last year with JP's Gusto.
I like The Lumber Guy in here. Hushion wheeling back on short rest s very aggressive from him, not to mention the 1 turn and cutback in distance should really fit The Lumber Guy better. Inside post draw is a disadvantage but I believe he's good enough to overcome that.
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I like The Lumber Guy in here. Hushion wheeling back on short rest s very aggressive from him, not to mention the 1 turn and cutback in distance should really fit The Lumber Guy better. Inside post draw is a disadvantage but I believe he's good enough to overcome that.
Am I the only one who likes Term Loan here? I think the pace will work well for him, and if Stirred Up can't get through, there are not other closers that I really see getting it done
I'll go with Stirred up with some money on Adirondack King they are the best in this field.
anyone heard anything about any derby contenders going for a last hurrah in the Jerome for some graded stakes cash?

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