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CORDIALITY: Was getting a weight break with the up-and-coming lanky bug boy Ty Kennedy in the irons. This kid can ride and gave this filly the perfect trip. She re-bid after looking to have packed it in and was gaining on the winner at the wire. She will be tough to beat next time out and Kennedy will be a jock to watch at this short November meet.

UNDENIABLE U: Second time starter for Bob Baffert was going long on the grass and ran a super race. He battled tooth and nail from the bell and was trying to come back on the winner at the end but lost the bob. This 2yo colt will be a solid single going long on the grass in his next start. $$$

JURY: The Jury has made a decision on this 2yo Tale of the Cat colt and we say. yes. He looks to be a good one for Jerry Hollendorfer. Was much the best in this 5½ furlong sprint and has the looks of a colt that will go long.


TALL and SWEET: Was in from Santa Anita for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer. This filly ran a winning race, just failing to get up after being far back in this 6 furlong sprint, and coming five wide down the lane. She missed by a dwindling head and will be a solid single next time out. $$$

WHERE’S BUBAL: Had a horrible trip in this $20k maiden claimer going 6½ furlongs. He was taken to the outside fence at the start, then went seven wide entering the turn and finished fourth, missing the show by a nostril. No mistakes for this one next out with any kind of a trip. $$$$$

Richard Saber, a former director of race and sports at the famed Stardust book, is GT’s horse racing and sports handicapper. Twitter: @SabesBet. Email: [email protected].

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