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Derby 128 (2061 Views)
Posted by: kevin s (IP Logged)
Date: April 29, 2002 05:52PM


Total throw out's:

These horses are just too slow for this years group. Even if they have nice lines.

LUSTY LATIN-OCEAN SOUND-WILD HORSES--IT'SALLINTHECHASE.

These horses are also throw out's but have the fast numbers maybe to win it.

MAYAKOVSKY--Even if he runs in here. He should have shown alot better last time out, but he bounce 3.2 points off that first race of the year and he also bore out, no way.
WINWARD PASSAGE--Another one who might not run, but if he does get in. The big jump this horse made two back looks to be the end of his line for a bit, and he doesnt scare me one bit.
PRIVATE EMBLEM--Broke threw the two year old top of the 7.2 two back (6.0) and then jump big time last race out. Little over two weeks rest is not enough for him to run it back.
CAME HOME--First night i got the TG numbers for the race he was the first horse i made my mind up on. To toss him out. Very bad looking line, enough said. Oh wait and maybe he will be under 8-1 which will make my ex's a little better.
PROUD CITIZEN--Everyone keeps talking about can Lukas do it again like in 99'derby????? NOPE at best i see this horse running is another 4.1
ESSENCE OF DUBAI--When will they ever learn to start bring their horses over here and running them a bit. Unless hes a superstar i dont see this horse moving 1 or 2 pts to be a factor in here.
JOHANNESBURG--This horse might be lower odds than ESSENCE, which is crazy. This horses top at two was a 6.1 at best he could run a 3.2 and might hang on for a little share.
WAR EMBLEM--I've got two words for this hoss........"BOUNCE CITY"

Now here are some horses i don't really know what to do with them so they will get a bigger play in my ex's than the upper horses.

BLUE BURNER--Fast in his last two races bounce a bit in his last which might throw up the red flag on him, but at a long price and ??? line i'm lost.
BUDDHA--Again another i'm lost on. I really don't like his line at all but he might be able to pair up the last number and make him minor share hoss in here.
HARLAN'S HOLIDAY--The fav. in this race. Which might be 4-1. Great pattern at two and at 3yr he move forward in his 3rd start of the year running the 0.2, bounced 2pts last race. What to do??? For me i'm playing him lightly in my ex's thats it. Hard read for me.

Now my hard hitters. These horses will get big money in my ex's

MEDAGLIA D'ORO--Lightly race horse, and the only real number i can see for him running is another 2.2 thats it. Nice line also.
REQUEST FOR PAROLE--Nice overall line. The only knock on him is i thik all them 2.2's is too fast too soon for him. Then again at 30-1 a must play in my ex's.
EASY GRADES--Another lightly race horse. pairs up the 3.1's and at best he could run another 3.1, but your also getting over 25-1 on him.
PERFECT DRIFT--Hes my second choice in here i will have a few bucks to win on him. Solid moving line, not many big jumps, has the 5 weeks rest coming up to it. I see a 0.2 or a 3.0 out of him in here. At 15-1 and up hes a must use for the top 3.

My top hoss:

SAALAND--Nice moving 2yr line. Jump 4.1 pts. some might say thats a big jump. He had 3 1/2 months off to do that in also. Pair's up his last two numbers. Most might see another 3.1 coming, not at all i see a 0.3 coming into the race sat. Why?? UNBRIDLED horses move 3.3 pts from two to three hes already went past that. So hes moving on to the next jump they make that being 3pts. Other than that hes just the type of horse i've seen over the years on TG numbers, SAARLAND will be there.



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Derby 128 (2061 Views) kevin s 04/29/2002 05:52PM
Re: Derby 128 (1322 Views) kevin s 04/29/2002 10:18PM
Re: Derby 128 (1186 Views) Michael D. 04/29/2002 11:13PM
Re: Derby 128 (1328 Views) kevin s 04/30/2002 12:57AM
Re: Derby 128 (1244 Views) Treadhead 04/30/2002 01:18AM
Re: Derby 128 (1226 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 02:51AM
Re: Derby 128 (1167 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 02:58AM
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Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1199 Views) bdhsheets 04/30/2002 09:04AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1233 Views) Treadhead 04/30/2002 11:28AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1352 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 11:31AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1502 Views) derby1592 05/01/2002 04:30AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1245 Views) HP 05/01/2002 12:10PM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1168 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 05/01/2002 12:50PM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1404 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 05/01/2002 12:54PM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1150 Views) HP 05/01/2002 01:20PM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1344 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 05/01/2002 01:52PM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1285 Views) HP 05/01/2002 01:57PM
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Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1171 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 11:32AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1339 Views) HP 04/30/2002 11:50AM
Re: Post Position and ground loss in the Derby (1239 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 01:09PM
Re: Derby 128 (1173 Views) Michael D. 04/30/2002 11:44AM
Re: Derby 128 (1319 Views) nunzio 04/30/2002 12:11PM
Re: Derby 128 (1417 Views) Treadhead 04/30/2002 12:33PM
Re: Derby 128 (1234 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 12:58PM
Re: Derby 128 (1163 Views) TGJB 04/30/2002 04:43PM
Re: Derby 128 (1267 Views) bdhsheets 04/30/2002 06:24PM
Re: Derby 128 (1198 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 07:01PM
Re: Derby 128 (1232 Views) TGJB 04/30/2002 08:07PM
Re: Derby 128 (1327 Views) Michael D. 04/30/2002 08:13PM
Re: Derby 128 (1185 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 08:57PM
Re: Derby 128 (1249 Views) Michael D. 04/30/2002 09:13PM
Re: Derby 128 (1222 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 04/30/2002 10:27PM
Re: Derby 128-trainer opinions (1286 Views) bdhsheets 04/30/2002 11:32PM
Re: Derby 128 (1339 Views) TGJB 05/01/2002 04:16PM
Re: Derby 128 (1241 Views) kevin s 05/02/2002 02:48AM
Re: Derby 128 (1208 Views) Mark O'Keeffe 05/02/2002 03:31AM


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