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Race 3 

No. 5 ABETS ABET: Looked good in this spot running for a $10k price tag. She wanted to be let loose in this mile dirt race but the jockey took hold. She got in a tight spot and had to check. Went wide into the stretch and had little to offer down the lane. Moves into a new barn and we will take a shot with her next out.

Race 4

No. 6 (Montego Bay) MONTEGO BAY/TRIBAL TRIBUTE/ LITTLE JERRY: These three finished second, third and fourth with Montego Bay a half-length in front of Tribal Tribute and a neck in front of Little Jerry. We would love to see all three come back in the same race. Will be betting the exacta box and tri box.

Race 7

No. 6 BEACH PATROL: Maiden started his career at the Fair Grounds under the care of Wayne Catalano. Had two races going long on the grass, producing a second and a third. Showed up in this straight maiden, mile turf race after being moved to the barn of Phil D’Amato. Was sent off as the 7/5 favorite. Bettors knew what they were doing as he won clear by almost four lengths. Will back him again next out versus winners.

Race 8

No. 7 LIEUTENANT COLONEL: This Hollendorfer gelding is in the best form you can have. He looks ready to take on stakes runners in the very near future. Jerry may send him on a little road trip if he can’t find a good spot here.

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

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