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2013 Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2)

Date/Track:
3/30/2013, Gulfstream Park
Post Time:
3:56 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 F
Time:
1:48.97
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Older Comments about the 2013 Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2)...

1st - Emollient, 2nd - Kimberly Jean, 3rd - Dreaming of Julia, 4th - Live Lively.
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  • rafirox · Emollient, believe it or not, *is* the #1 filly on my Oaks Dozen. But, once I studied this race on paper I just got shifted into a different direction. Live Lively just has ran superb at Gulfstream and (if I may add this quote from a friend) "Her attitude towards working in the morning and racing have improved notably ever since the change in tatics. Usually speed develops sooner rather than later, it took this one a while to utilize it, but her speed is a force to reckon with." I see Live Lively smoking to the front, and just get little competition. I see her smoking Original Script, and Original Script's synthetic form you have no idea how it will translate to dirt. She is by El Prado, so maybe she'll never go with Live Lively. Either way, Dreaming of Julia, in my opinion, doesn't have the correct style for this race. She's not speedy enough to keep up with Live Lively. I love Live Lively's pedigree and her performance is suggesting 1 1/8 mile should not be difficult. I see Emollient as a very logical choice, but I question her pace parameters. She hasn't faced what the other two contenders have. · 1152 days ago
  • Floridaf · The thing about DOJ, though, was that she had and used speed in her first three races. But then for some inexplicable reason, she went from being on or very close to the lead to running about 3 lengths back. When that started, she started losing. I don't know if it is truly a lack of speed or just a change in tactics. I really do adore Live Lively. I want her to win, but I just have this feeling about Emollient. · 1152 days ago

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