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Old 07-20-2022, 03:57 PM   #1
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Race 4 Saratoga

Typical NYRA.


So much speed in the race and only the goes while they all take back to watch the rocking horse ride.


THAT I can see at Yonkers.
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Old 07-20-2022, 04:18 PM   #2
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But,but, this is the greatest jockey colony of all time!
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Old 07-20-2022, 04:21 PM   #3
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But,but, this is the greatest jockey colony of all time!

Politest, for sure.

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Old 07-22-2022, 02:50 PM   #4
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And again 07/22 race 2

Watch Irad practcally rip the 1a head off to avoid the lead. Longest shot in the race gets the top and crawls after beraking a touch slowly. All the rest take back. At least Rosario pushed a bit after also braking slow. Well bred expensive horses and they all play follow the leader.
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I've seen horses on a merry-go-round close better.
Coming down the stretch, one of the jocks was shaving.
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Old 07-22-2022, 03:21 PM   #6
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And again race 3

Check out these fractions....ON THE STRAIGHTAWAY! Almost 25 quarter. They do that with pacers at the Meadowlands. Pacer at Harrahs Philadelphia in an amateur race just went a 25 first quarter

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So Todd wins the 2nd at 20-1 and finished so far back in the 3rd at even money the ambulence called foul for impeding it. F Toga.
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Old 07-22-2022, 03:43 PM   #8
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Check out these fractions....ON THE STRAIGHTAWAY! Almost 25 quarter. They do that with pacers at the Meadowlands. Pacer at Harrahs Philadelphia in an amateur race just went a 25 first quarter
They went 24.47 (which isn't "almost 25") and it wasn't a straightaway
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Race 4 today


Miss Bonnie T 6/1 ml first off claim for low% Phil Antonacci. Ignore that, as the new owners are good owners. The filly also favored in Will-pays. Expect favoritism or near fav w/ late money.

I'm Glad is fine. Not cold on board, it's just that with the more potent new owners of the and Prat replacing Cardenas there is money on the 3.

Looks like a double key situation. Or a pass chalky race. is usually a possible bet against, but conflicting stuff today
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r6 another '1m' wilson chute

maybe bet against the Ria's Angel = 1post + although speed fits, didn't do much running with flow last two races...


Slow decision fits super well on class/talent/connections

Tuesday's Child perfect speed threat for Sciacca


,, also conte d
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credit to McCarth and Ria's Angel...
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Trevor is a chip off the old block Mike Mccarthy. one of the leading jocks of his generation at Finger Lakes. Always saved ground and fearless coming up the rail. Great slop rider.


They even look alike. The only difference seems to be personality. Mike was nasty to the railbirds. Trevor seems like a good kid. Glad he got that win.
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They even look alike. The only difference seems to be personality. Mike was nasty to the railbirds. Trevor seems like a good kid. Glad he got that win.
We can be thankful that they know a lot more about nutrition nowadays so that more jockeys can actually eat a little bit and not have to flip or reduce by other means.

Back in the day, I think Mike McCarthy and a lot of jocks were just HANGRY all the time!!!
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We can be thankful that they know a lot more about nutrition nowadays so that more jockeys can actually eat a little bit and not have to flip or reduce by other means.

Back in the day, I think Mike McCarthy and a lot of jocks were just HANGRY all the time!!!

Yep,Mike was quite tall for a jock
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They went 24.47 (which isn't "almost 25") and it wasn't a straightaway
Are you really justifying the decisions of the jocks in that race?
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