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ANN ARBOR EDDIE: Bobbed just after the start, which cost him a better position. He then chased outside but was angled back in on the hill. Came out again in midstretch to finish fast to be a clear second just a length off the winner. With a good start and a straight ride he gets the job done next out.

HELEN HILLARY: No excuses here! Hillary was last seen here back in October of 2017 when running a good second again. This time Hillary ran a winning race but failed to run down the lone speed. He came flying late to just miss by a dwindling half a length. No mistakes next time out with some pace to run at. $$$

RESOLU: First time starter for trainer John Shirreffs was let go at 35/1. This filly really outran her odds in this mile turf race. Was making a nice late run but had to take up off heels nearing the wire or she may have gotten up for third. She is a runner and a must use next out.

CAMPS BAY, CONQUEST SMARTEE: These two ran second and third going down the hill in a $50K maiden race. Both were good but just had no shot vs. the winner who went wire to wire on an easy lead. Camps Bay finished just a half a length in front of Conquest Smartee who was almost five lengths clear of the rest. Look for these two to finish 1-2 next out.

MOVE OVER: Was let go at 9/1 in the $100K Singletary going a mile on the grass. He bobbled at the start, got going late but had to wait off heels into the stretch. Split horses once clear but had to be steadied again. Came back on to just miss by 3/4 of a length. $$$$$

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