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Perspectives (1482 Views)
Posted by: Silver Charm (IP Logged)
Date: March 10, 2019 09:23AM

So for me this is the 2nd weekend in row where the 3YO horse that saved ground Won! Code of Honor. Tacitus. And almost for Mind Control.

Irad Ortiz is the guy now. However did he move a little late last week on Bourbon and yesterday on Win? I will honest I never figure Win that far off the pace. Tacitus was on his inside left saving ground. I bet their figures will be identical.

Bill Mott is a Hall of Fame Trainer with impeccable reputation. Mott had an incredible run with Paulsen in the day when he had to use Paulsens Vet. Are we seeing something similar with Juddmonte? Note I didnt say anything was out of bounds. I'm also well aware this is a huge operation with a lot of good horses.

Pletcher may finally have someone on the Derby trail? Usually always winning this Prep that Prep etc. Not this year. Also Vino won buuuuut. Lugged in and out. Not sure yet. Audible is a dud. His barn depth and hard work produces wins and a good percentage. Those 2YO he was supposed to be unleashing when Fall Belmont opened never happened. The crash and burn 3YO style may have many taking notice. Winstar China horse spreading it around and same with Tabor and Co

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