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Race 1

No. 2 MEL’S GAME: The patient riding Leparoux was a little too calm with this one and got him stuck down on the inside with no place to go. Came out into the stretch looking for some room, but again had to check off heels. Finally split horses, but then Leparoux angled him to the inside losing all chance. Finished fourth, missing the place by two nostrils and the win by a half-length in a race that he was best. Keep him clear next time out and he will win. As they say on the tube “come on man!”:

Race 3

No. 5 PROVEN WARRIOR: First time starter out of the barn of Art Sherman ran huge at 30-1, finishing second behind the 7-5 Bob Baffert winner while almost five lengths clear of the rest. This one can run and will be right there next time out, but not at 30-1.

Race 4

No. 6 NIAGARA FALLS: Looks to be a real marathon runner off this eye popping win going 1½ on the grass. He stormed home winning by more than four lengths and was still running at full steam on the wire. It looked like he wanted to go around again. Look for the move up in company and more long runs on the grass. Trainer Biancone seems to have a good one in this colt. $$$$$ 

Race 10 

No. 11 KYRIAKI: Ran a much better than looked race in this mile turf route as she dropped back in the stretch when between horses. Came on again through the final furlong and picked up the show dough. This filly has some run in her and will be a good price play next time out going long on the grass.

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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