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Racing Dudes Divisional Rankings

Racing Dudes Divisional Rankings

Three Year Old Males:

1. I’ll Have Another – Three straight wins gives him this spot with ease.

2. Bodemesiter – A win in the Preakness could give him the top spot.

3. Went the Day Well – The buzz horse as of right now, but can he repeat his Derby performance?

4. Dullahan – Skipping the Preakness for Belmont; could be a major threat in that one.

5. Creative Cause – Had a wide trip in the Derby, we will see if he can make amends in the Preakness.

Three Year Old Females:

1. Believe You Can – Winner of the Kentucky Oaks gives her top billing.

2. Broadway’s Alibi – Ran great going around two turns for the first time, could move forward off that effort.

3.  Mamma Kimbo – Has tremendous upside, runs in Black-Eyed Susan this Friday.

4. Grace Hall – Gave it an honest effort in the Kentucky Oaks, might move forward with a better draw.

5. On Fire Baby – Should also move forward off the Oaks, bad draw and strange layoff.

Older Males:

1. Alternation – Won three in a row; also won strongest Handicap race ran this year in the Oaklawn Handicap.

2. Game On Dude – shouldn’t be punished for trying Dubai; will come back running.

3. Wise Dan – Very nice comeback win, but must prove it against tougher.

4. Ron the Greek – Won Santa Anita Handicap in dominating fashion, was game in Oaklawn Handicap.

5. Successful Dan – When healthy he’s tough to handle.

Older Females:

1. Awesome Maria – Looks unbeatable right now.

2. Awesome Feather – Also looks like she’ll be tough to handle.

3. Royal Delta – Horrible time in Dubai; hopefully will be ready for big summer campaign

4. It’s Tricky – Has been flawless so far.

5. Groupie Doll – Scary performance at CD last time out.

Male Sprinters (mile or less):

1. Caleb’s Posse – Still have him ranked first; will shine in the Met Mile

2. Jackson Bend – Game as can be; will give Caleb a battle in the Met.

3. The Factor – Horrible Dubai experience, but will dominate at six furlongs state side

4. Shackleford – No doubt he’s better going one turn.

5. Calibrachoa – Ran perfectly so far; but can he carry that success over now that Aqueduct is over?

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