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BLAME IT ON ALPHIE: Somehow got off at 9/1 in this downhill turf sprint. She was off the rail and then taken to the inside by Prat; came out into the stretch for room and clear sailing, split horses in midstretch and just blasted home like a freight train only to miss by a fast dwindling head. Look for the win next out going down the hill or a flat mile on the grass.

GUY CODE, OMDURMAN, BEAR SKINNED: These three were a nose and a head apart on the line in this low level $6,250 sprint with Guy Code just hanging on with the light weight. He was claimed and had it voided so beware next out. Omdurman ran big and was claimed by Gary Sherlock. Look for a rider upgrade next out and he will be a must use. Bear Skinned got the big rider upgrade but the slow break really cost him. He surged late, just missing, and will be tough at this level next out with the same jock.

MONGOLIAN HUMOR: First time starter for trainer Enebish Ganbat who has been sending out nothing but live runners. He had this filly ready and she ran big at almost 10/1, finishing second behind the 5/2 chalk while more than two lengths clear of the rest in this field. She may like grass.

SIDEPOCKET ACTION: First time starter was absolutely flying down the lane in this 6-1/2 furlong dirt race, just missing when switched to the inside by Austin Solis in midstretch. He was more than six lengths clear of the rest in this race and will be ultra tough to beat next out, especially if we see a jockey switch. $$$

DULUTH: It was business as usual for D’Amato as he sent out two runners in this maiden special race with this colt being one of them. His other runner Wild Lando went off at 8/5 with Duluth going off at 12/1, paying $27.40. If you got our daily selections at you had this first timer. It pays to subscribe.

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