47 flat at Palm Meadows today. Looks like the Gulfstream Park Sprint Handicap.
Back on the work tab after 30 day freshening.
He gave away a length maybe two at the break when he made a right hand turn. Gave away a bit more when he had to go inside at about the eighth pole. He was not going to catch Ben's Cat but a cleaner trip makes him a clear cut second only beaten a length or two.My guess is that it is time for a vacation. He's had a good campaign...3 wins, 1 second, and 2 thirds in 6 starts.... all stakes. He's a fun horse to follow as he's got some talent and lays it down when you lead him over there.
Not sure what was derogatory in my post. I was wondering what numbers you use? I was trying to let it go. Whatever....... it really does not matter.
Not sure what numbers you use, but his Colts Neck numbers for his last 5 races are 17, 17, 16, 19 and 16. On the Colts, River Rocks looks tough to handle, this looks true on the Rags as well. Thorographs look more like a toss up. We will see. What sheets do you use as a trainer?
But you do lie with the best of them.
Thanks for your advice on what I need to work on. I'll be sure to hop right on it. Let me give you a piece of advice, since we are on the topic.......STOP LYING!
None. He has run better since his return as far as figures go.
He hurt his knee in the Holy Bull. The only race he has been off the board in during his career. The injury was slow to heal which caused his absence for nearly two years. He's a pretty cool horse in a plain brown wrapper.
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