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Old 04-08-2017, 10:25 AM   #1
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Today's Bayshore

i have always been a big sucker for horses that have won at 7 furlongs in their past and show up for that distance again. its the toughest distance for a horse to master.

when YOUR TO BLAME showed up at Parx last race i wondered what the horse was doing there, thinking that the horse regressed from what he was as a 2 year old. i had liked after his first race and made a note "needs to go longer with plenty of ability".

i am thinking now that since Aqueduct has no 7 furlong races, the trainer Chad Brown, used the Parx race as a prep for the Bayshore.

the race is a toughie and i am only playing YOUR TO BLAME on the basis of which i have just stated even though he did come out of a sub par race for this kind at Parx. generally i would never even think of playing this type of horse, but the price might be right to find out if the trainer did the right thing.
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Old 04-08-2017, 11:24 AM   #2
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i have always been a big sucker for horses that have won at 7 furlongs in their past and show up for that distance again. its the toughest distance for a horse to master.

when YOUR TO BLAME showed up at Parx last race i wondered what the horse was doing there, thinking that the horse regressed from what he was as a 2 year old. i had liked after his first race and made a note "needs to go longer with plenty of ability".

i am thinking now that since Aqueduct has no 7 furlong races, the trainer Chad Brown, used the Parx race as a prep for the Bayshore.

the race is a toughie and i am only playing YOUR TO BLAME on the basis of which i have just stated even though he did come out of a sub par race for this kind at Parx. generally i would never even think of playing this type of horse, but the price might be right to find out if the trainer did the right thing.
Good luck Lambo. I see 5 contenders in there and he's not 1 of them

LOCK HIM UP! I just gave you a winner
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Old 04-08-2017, 11:54 AM   #3
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i have always been a big sucker for horses that have won at 7 furlongs in their past and show up for that distance again. its the toughest distance for a horse to master.

when YOUR TO BLAME showed up at Parx last race i wondered what the horse was doing there, thinking that the horse regressed from what he was as a 2 year old. i had liked after his first race and made a note "needs to go longer with plenty of ability".

i am thinking now that since Aqueduct has no 7 furlong races, the trainer Chad Brown, used the Parx race as a prep for the Bayshore.

the race is a toughie and i am only playing YOUR TO BLAME on the basis of which i have just stated even though he did come out of a sub par race for this kind at Parx. generally i would never even think of playing this type of horse, but the price might be right to find out if the trainer did the right thing.
I just selected Your to Blame in the NYRA contest thread. A couple of positives to go with distance is the main track race experience in November and positive switch to J. Castellano. I think he can rate just off Theory, force an honest pace then outkick him down the stretch.

Best race on today's card for my tastes.
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Old 04-08-2017, 04:26 PM   #4
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I like miggsy and caledonian betting place on each.
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jock never asked horse to run till he hit top of stretch...nice run home
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