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    • So this time the RAIL was the FAST LANE... Of course the morning interview with the Track Manager indicated... "No worries Aidan...it'll play fear across the width" FEAR alright...the Jocks FEARED anything 2/3 Widths from the HOT AZ RAIL.. The wind must've blown the irrigation all over the show...except the rail Punters were entitled to know this from the START of the day then... ...and use those readings as they wish...ffs
    • It was great to find she can actually speak...rather intelligently as well!  
    • Lets have another go at this and see who is the knees of the bees R1 - Zsahara R2 - He's Aflyin R3 - My Eyre R4 -  J R Bromac R5 - Been to Jenny's R6 - Heavyweight Hero R7 - Cheddar Valley R8 - Dadndave R9 - Thunderfromthethrone R10 - Martin John
    • Why are you soo negative ALL OF THE TIME? It was a MASSIVE crowd...enjoying themselves MASSIVELY... Just ask Coppins
    • Given a 10-1 chance while making her first trip to the races Saturday at the Fair Grounds, Stonestreet homebred HENDY WOODS (f, 3, Uncle Mo–Separate Forest, by Forestry) parlayed a perfect run in transit into a one-length tally. Away without incident from gate six, Hendy Woods was agreeable to being eased back passing under the wire for the first time and settled on the back of pacesetting Fine One Won (Tiznow), who galloped them along at an even clip. Hugging the fence for the entirety of the opening six furlongs, the $95,000 Keeneland September buyback eased out into the three path in upper stretch, lugged in a bit while rallying outside of Skye Snow (Lemon Drop Kid) into the final sixteenth of a mile and edged clear late. Bred on the exact same cross responsible for champion and GI Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist and Grade III winner Auntie Joy, Hendy Woods is out of a Grade III-winning dam whose half-brother Indiano (Indian Charlie) was a multiple Panamanian champion before winning a pair of graded dirt sprints in this country. Separate Forest is the dam of a 2-year-old Street Sense colt and a yearling colt by More Than Ready. She was not bred in 2019. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0. O-Stonestreet Stables LLC; B-Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings (KY); T-Mark Casse. The post Uncle Mo Filly Shines on FG Debut appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
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