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Race 4 — #5 Roaring Rick – Was getting his second start off a long layoff and really showed big improvement. He had good early speed while down on the inside. Was passed and dropped back to fourth, but rallied into the stretch and actually put his head in front past mid-stretch. Tired late to finish fourth, but will be ready for his best next time out.

Race 8 — #1 He’s a Dance Star – Donald Warren first time starter was sent off at almost 25-1 in this straight maiden race, he was making a big move while on the inside on the turn but lacked room at the bend and took up. Usually these first time starters would call it a day after that but he came out and split horses and shifted into another gear and just stormed home to get a great win by a head. This guy can run and will be able to step up against winners.


Race 5 — #6 You Have Potenial – Now just mark this one down and don’t miss. The price will be right. In her first start she broke slow and got caught behind horses when trying to make move in this 5½ furlong sprint. She had to check hard, got going again late and moving like the wind. Had too much ground to make up and finished fifth. $$$$$

Race 7 — #7 Mr Candy Bar – Hollywood shipper landed in the underrated Jauregui barn and you had to take notice as R Baze took the mount. He sat back for a half mile in this flat mile turf race, made a quick four-wide move and got the win. This Candy Ride colt may have found a home on the grass here at Golden Gate.

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