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2014 Donn Handicap (G1)

Date/Track:
2/9/2014, Gulfstream Park
Post Time:
6:01 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
1:46.86
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I like Rev / Will / Bourbon
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  • SSilence86 · Jay, if you had asked, I would have said I would've been cool with a 1/2 either way :) BC rounded out the super · 169 days ago
  • Jay S. · :) · 169 days ago
My Prediction for the order of Finish. 2 / 9 / 1 / 3. Cheers!
One of the most difficult I ever handicapped and after hours of headaches. I'm going with Revolutionary on top with River Seven, WTC, and Lea. Romansh is my longshot.
IF River Seven wins the Donn, look out Handicap division. Very tough field though. Actually, this is one of the better fields put together for the Donn in a few years.
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  • EP Taylor · Sullivan- I like him more and more with every start he makes. He is honest, and does try to go it all the way on the lead. · 181 days ago
  • Floridaf · It's hard for me to get a good read on Private Zone. His dam was unraced, but she's a half to Sundown Delight who was a winner at 9 furlongs. PZ's damsire Siphon was a Classic winner, and of course, PZ's top half of his pedigree is the same as Mucho Macho Man's. His breeding certainly suggests he can do more than sprinting, but I'll have to see he. He set some pretty brisk fractions while on the lead in the Cigar, so maybe if he slows it down, he can carry that speed further. · 181 days ago

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