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Racing Dudes Must See Horses for this Saturday

Now I Know

-Race 2 at Gulfstream: #5 Z Vilna (KY) stumbled in his first race, but still was a clear second finishing three lengths ahead of the third place finisher.  Now he’ll have an extra furlong to work with, and with a better break should be a winner.

-Race 3 at Gulfstream: #4 Spring Hill Farm (VA) is an extremely well-bred horse that won his opener fairly easy the first time out.  Now he’ll face allowance non winners of one company which seems like a very logical next step.  Hopes are high for this one so lets see how it plays out.

-Race 8 at Gulfstream: #4 Pants On Fire (KY) will be making his first start since finishing 5th in last years Haskell Stakes.  He’s been a very consistent horse that has potential to make some noise this year.  Not sure what to expect in this one though.

-Race 10 at Gulfstream: ALL HORSES should be watched closely here.  The race is wide open and should provide nice odds to bet on as well as a close finish for those of us that will just be watching tomorrow.  It’s just a very classy and intriguing race.

-Race 9 at Fair Grounds: #2 Joyful Victory (ON) was a super star last year at Oaklawn Park, but really struggled once she left there.  This will be her second start back from an injury, and I expect her to run very well in this spot.  When she’s on her game she is one of the better fillies in her class, but can she return to form?

-Race 7 at Oaklawn: #10 Chief of Affairs (TX) ran an outstanding race last time out at Oaklawn showing that the old war horse still has something left in the tank.  Saturday he’ll be running in an Allowance, against a similar field as last time out.  It’ll be interesting to see if he can duplicate that performance again.

-Race 8 at Oaklawn: #3 Now I Know (OK) has been nothing short of perfect as she’s won six races and has never been behind at any point so far.  I look for her to have her toughest challenge yet, but all I can say to her competition is…GOOD LUCK!

-Race 3 at Santa Anita: #8 Bodemeister (VA) finished 2nd last time out in his first ever start at five and one half furlongs.  Saturday he stretches out to a mile, which should be right up his alley.  I expect a big time performance for him; one that might even launch him onto the Triple Crown trail.

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