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JUSTINS QUEST: Just ran his heart out in this mile dirt race for straight maidens, battling the entire mile while wide. He ran the other speed into the ground and just failed to hold off the winner losing by a nose.

GRAZENINAMERICA: First-time starter for trainer Phil D”Amato broke slow and was far back in this seven furlong race. He made a big, late, wide run to just miss the show dough while finishing more than four lengths clear of the rest in the 12- horse field.

SHINING THROUGH: Looks to be just sitting on the maiden score off this real nice effort finishing third, just a length behind of the odds on Omaha Beach while almost four lengths clear of the rest, He went off at 34-1 in this race and will be another nice price next time out.

SOLID WAGER: Just blasted this tough field in the seven-furlong Bing Crosby, winning by more than six lengths. This could be the next big sprinting star for trainer Peter Miller.

SEA OF LIBERTY: First-time starter ran a huge race, finishing second and just missing the win by a neck after a slow start and a six-wide trip. He was claimed for $50k by John Sadler who also kept partnership. He knows what he has.

KA’NAH: Trainer Ryan Hanson is very good with 2-year-old runners and this one ran a big race debuting in a five-furlong turf sprint. He will be very hard to beat next out and is a solid single.

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