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DEL MAR

Race 1

No. 4 HORSEANDDIVORCES: I try and single out one race each week that could turn out to be a good future key. Horsesanddivorces (stupid name) was making her second start and first on the grass. Showed big early speed in her first try on the synthetic. She opened a two length lead down the lane, but tired late and finished fourth. Today she sat right off the pace set by AUTUMN VIEW and pounced down the lane to win going away. VIEW settled for the place. The three girls ANGELS MOON, TIZ A DAISY AND GYPSY FRIDAY finished third, fourth and fifth. We will keep them all on our HTW list.

Race 6

No. 7 RANSOM CANYON: Broke slow and was pulling jockey Krigger out of the saddle when caught down on the inside. Had to be steadied hard in falling back to last. He made a huge late run down the inside and was one of five on the line losing by a length. This one will get the win next time out going long on the grass with a better trip. $$$$$HOLLYWOOD PARK

Race 7

No. 4 COTTON’S POINT: Just loved this Jeff Bonde second time starter and singled her in the late pick four and the pick six. She ran a winning race, but just could No.t get by the live first time starter trained by John Sadler who was able to set some lone fractions on the front end. Cotton’s Point was floated out down the lane ending up way outside. There was No. inquiry even though she only lost by a half length and was more than eight lengths clear of the rest. $$$$$

 

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