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Race 4

No. 3 DOINGHARDTIMEAGAIN: Just blitzed the field in the Evening Jewel winning going away under a hand ride by Bejarano. This one is in the best form of his life. Will come back and score. 

Race 5

No. 5 HE BE FIRE N ICE: Was getting his second start of the long layoff and now going a mile on the grass. Let go at 8/1, he ran huge getting the very game win by a half a length. This one could come back and score again on the grass at another good price.

Race 7

No. 8 MCALLISTER BOYS: May have been best in the March Madness Handicap but the wide trip got the best of him and he had too much work to do down the lane. Kept to his task losing by less than a length. Next time with a better trip. 

Race 9

No. 7 BOBO: Was in from Gulfstream Park and trying the downhill turf course for his new trainer Paddy Gallagher. He was on the rail which is a very hard spot in these downhill turf sprints. Got a good trip and held well for the win. Could come right back.

Race 10

No. 9 LAKESIDE BRIDE: Now has lost 11 races. This maiden ran a deceptively good race last time out. She has some ability and may only need a little drop in class. Bride is sitting on the win at a price and we will give her a shot next time out.


Race 6

No. 1 TIGAH: He was squeezed off at the start and dead last. Chased outside and then got caught between horses on the second turn. Came three wide into the stretch and made a nice late run to pick up the show dough missing the win by a length. This one is in top form and with a clean trip will win next time out.

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

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