Suomenkieliset nettkasinot listaus Mobiilicasinot ja Casinobonukset

On Thursday two New Zealand invaders made their first starts in this country and won in very good style. CROSSING THE LINE, a 5-year-old making his U.S. debut for John Sadler (who sent out impressive Australian import Parmar Day two weeks ago), won as impressively as any turf sprinter I’ve seen. He lagged early, angled wide into the stretch and exploded through the lane before winning under wraps in 1:07.4, which is by far the fastest time at this distance since the course was reconfigured. He went by professional racehorse FETE like that one was tied to a post, so he goes right to the front of the line as the best turf sprinter on this circuit. Two races later ANDREA blew by her opponents in a first-level allowance race for trainer Roger Stein. Looks like these Down Under imports need to be taken very seriously around here.

Four riding wins for Michael Baze, who rattled off three straight in races 2-4 and naield down the finale with first-time starter LIVIA LA VIDA LOCA. He opened his lead back up to six over nearest rival Joe Talamo, who was aboard ‘LINE for the armchair ride…DEPUTY LAD made it three straight over Cushion Track when wheeling back in 11 days to win on the double jump for Mike Mitchell. Expect him to move up another level or two for his next start….unconfirmed rumor has it that the auxiliary rail may have been moved out too far on the first turn yesterday when odds-on favorite DANCING GENERAL took a crazy step and completely lost her action (and about five lengths) before getting the worst of the head bob at the wire. According to the program, the rail was out 20 feet but I’ve been told by a reliable source that it may have been out more like 25 at that point on the turn. We’ll try to get a comment from Hollywood Park management.

On Wednesday, two winners for Alex Solis as he took down the early Daily Double…EL GREGO responded to a perfect trip/ride by Richard Migliore to win the 3rd after being moved way too soon last time…what got into SILVER Z? He ran off and won by 8 1/2 in the 7th after going very fast early as the Brian Koriner barn continues to sizzle…bug boy Tom Foley was on the right horse in the 8th but went way too fast and paid the price at the wire as LESLIE LILL got run down late. Slow down, young buck. This is Cushion Track, not the paved highways that we used to see in Southern California…the new California results line, which replaces individual lines at each track, debuted on Wednesday. The toll free number is 888-338-RACE (7223).

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One Response to “Kiwi Explosion”

  1. Taddea on February 6th, 2009 8:03 am

    Thank you very much – these look great!

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