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Old 09-06-2020, 12:35 PM   #107
paulbenny
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UPDATED POSITION ON THE SUSPECT TRAINERS

Every once in a while I get some energy to challenge and pursue the subject of trainers who are suspicious to me. Since 5/7 - nothing has been posted.



We now have Diodoro fined etc. My observations are not unique.



Why did Joseph run Math Wizard back in 6 days? For a small field purse, to just get a check. Well that is OK. He ran pretty poorly in the last two outs.


SJ is still very much in my mix of why is he succeeding -- can he be that much better? He got stalls at Saratoga this year, which is pretty unusual for him. They do not have a lot of horses on the grounds which may have helped that case.



He has declined a bit on his numbers. His Derby horse rough-ride rodeo style a bit I guess, because that is the only way he could make something happen, maybe.


Again, if he was really good, why isn't someone giving him a 300K 2 year old for that matter even less, although I do not have the details on his barn.


Broberg is still on the cannot believe list.


Norman Mckight has tailed off.


Thoughts are appreciated.
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