Re: HIGH YIELD


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Posted by pice on May 09, 2000 at 13:37:31:

In Reply to: Re: HIGH YIELD posted by Howard S. on May 09, 2000 at 10:09:26:

: Just another point of view...while I could see High Yield running back to form, why to his singular top of 3 or a new top? Wouldn't he be more likely to run what seems to be a more typical number for him, a 5, at best?

: : : : ANY THOUGHTS ON WHY HIGH YIELD RAN SO POORLY IN THE DERBY? IT LOOKS LIKE HE JUST COMPLETED A, I THINK YOU CALL IT A X2O PATTERN. IS THIS PATTERN COMMON FOR YOUNG HORSES. WITH A GOOD POST HE COULD BE DANGEROUS IN BALTIMORE AT A PRICE IF CAN GET BACK TO HIS TOP.

: : : He looks like the classic Lukas three-year-old that has been pushed too hard. Look for the career ending injury soon.

: : : -Union City-

: : :its true that he's had no break but this was his
: : first poor effort ..a classic 0-2-x imo.its even
: : stronger because the x was an excused x{speed type w/ horrible post}
: : i look for him to get back to his 3 next out..at least

:howard..thats the beauty of the 0-2-x sequence.
he's now had 8 wks rest since the strong condition move to a 3
so i definately look for him to get back to it.
however,if u think the 3 was not a strong
condition move then i would look for a 7.
the only reason i dont see a new top is beecause
its such a low number,but it wouldnt suprise me
if he did.


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