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2013 Saranac (G3)

Date/Track:
Post Time:
5:12 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:48.21
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Older Comments about the 2013 Saranac (G3)...

Come on Notacatbutallama.
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  • kaitlinefree1 · not sure how good Frac Daddy is yet, but i'm excited to see him run in this race. · 632 days ago
  • jerzmade · yeah exactly. If weather is good and stays on turf he'l scratch, if its raining and moved to dirt track hes in like Flynn. · 631 days ago
Oh now see.. I reeeeally like Notacatbutallama, but for me, this race is all about my boy Frac Daddy!
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  • LAZMANNICK · Lama is special and will be hard to beat. He is the most accomplished in here and is remarkably consistent and can run on any kind of turf. The distance shouldn’t bother him, but he will be giving weight, from 2 to 6 lbs. Frac Daddy might be coming back too soon, but he did race two weeks apart earlier in the year when unplaced in the Florida Derby to Orb and then running a good second in the Arkansas Derby to Overanalyze. If he goes, I put him in the money, but I don’t think he has the same abilities as ‘lama and I think it’s possible that if he runs well here he’ll be pointed for a top campaign on turf in 2014. One who intrigues and who might be the one they have to catch is Joha, a G1 winner on synthetics last year in the Breeder’s Futurity, and a very good 2nd in the Anticipation in the race before that at Saratoga. Lately he’s been a pace setter, but early on in his career had did well when coming from behind and I’m thinking there might be a change of tactics with front running Five Iron coming from the one hole. I’m calling Notacatbutalama to beat out Joha with Frac Daddy, if he runs, third. · 632 days ago
  • travel_vic · Go back and imagine your recuperative powers when you were 18 and then this racing too often idea will take wings....THESE are young horses and if they are active and finishing up their feed tub, you could run them in a week. · 632 days ago

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