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Race 4

No. 3 BOMBARD: First time starter for Papa Mandella had works that said he was a runner. He was being sent down the hill for this and that is not an easy task for a first timer. Looked to be making a big run but had to steady when he got in tight approaching the dirt crossing. Split rivals and came again just missing the place by a head in a top effort. $$$

Race 7

No. 3 OPSEC: Broke slowly and was squeezed off in the early going to be dead last. He went down on the inside while just tugging the jock out of the saddle. Had to be steadied again into the second turn. Came out in the stretch and stormed home for the impossible win. We will use right back.


No. 7 ELECTRIFYING: This was an electrifying effort as jockey Kent D had a hold of this colt all the way and never even showed him the whip, he just sat chilly and let him do it all by himself in what was a super confident ride. He will come right back and repeat.

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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