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GP Allow (1/31/2010-R6)

Date/Track:
1/31/2010, Gulfstream Park
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:49.52
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Older Comments about the GP Allow (1/31/2010-R6)...

Pulsion was a vet scratch, but Drosselmeyer was quite impressive. The 1 1/8 mile race set up for him, but he rated beautifully and then devoured the leaders in the stretch. Looks like a perfect two-turn horse. More good things to come. It will be interesting to see where Mott goes next. You would think he wouldn't want to shorten him up to one turn for the Fountain of Youth and the Risen Star comes up quick (Feb. 20).
Nice 3yo allowance race in Sunday's 6th at Gulfstream. Drosselmeyer (Mott) and Pulsion (Biancone), two horses with a big future. Best Actor, Stately Victor and Guys Reward could figure in here as well.

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