Suomenkieliset nettkasinot listaus Mobiilicasinot ja Casinobonukset

The last time CONVEYOR’S ANGEL ran she was disqualifed at 48-1 after “winning” the Tuzla Handicap. Today, dismissed at 22-1, ‘ANGEL did it again, closing from far back to beat a good field (including runner-up SINGALONG, who was moved up last time) in the Buena Vista. Poetic justice for her connections after being DQ’d back to seventh in her most recent. The victory marked the first career stakes win for jockey Saul Arias.

Two riding winners each today for Garrett Gomez, David Flores, Martin Garcia–and Alex Solis, who combined with trainer Paddy Gallagher to take down two victories after a very slow first half of the meet. Solis rode aggressively today, saving ground inside while sitting behind horses (SHEM in the 1st race and SWINGER DOLL in the 4th race) and it paid off with narrow wins in both heats. I don’t think it was any coincidence that the ground-saving trips made the difference–let’s just hope he puts up more rides like these instead of the safe, wide-trip variety we have been seeing from him.

Trainer Jeff Mullins ran one-two in the 6th race with ONLY ONE WAY and SWISS LAD. I went the wrong way in my picks but ‘ONE WAY just wants to win more than the other guy.

INDIAN CHANT ran too well to lose in the 8th but the early pace duel took its toll as Chilean import HARALDO got the money under another perfect Gomez ride. BIG PICTURE, the horse that dueled with ‘CHANT through :21, :43.3 fractions, was basically eased through the lane.

Nice debut win in the finale by SOUTH COAST, who is late getting started (4-year-old) but he can run some for Marty Jones.

Fifth race winner STRUT YOUR STUFF was worth the money ($50,000) but there were no takers.

No racing until Thursday…see you then.

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