Suomenkieliset nettkasinot listaus Mobiilicasinot ja Casinobonukset

If you’ve become hooked like I have on HBO’s new series Flight of the Conchords, you can’t get the song out of your head, either. Who’s the Boom King? How about Jeff Mullins and Clinton Potts, who have combined to win six straight races together. According to Brad Free of DRF, the streak started on June 13 with CANDY JO ($7.80) and COMMISIONER GORDON ($15.20), followed by SCOTTSBLUFF ($6.20) on June 17, MISS JOSIEY WALES ($5.00) on June 21 and today’s double with APPLAUD DUBAI (6.20) and EDDIE MUNSTA ($19.80). Mullins has been a tear lately and Potts is having a very solid meeting due to his big “in” with the Mullins stable.

Who’s the Boom King? How about Michael Baze, who went for the hat trick today to increase his lead back up to seven in the jockey standings. Or Vladimir Cerin for the training feat of the day (meet?) by bringing PLACID LAKE back from a 27-month layoff to break his maiden in the 5th race. Or Doug O’Neill, who got a training double while vacationing in Ireland. But it definitely was not Saul Arias, who cost BROTHER MAN the win by going way too fast and opening up a big lead before getting run down by the favorite in the 2nd. How can some of these riders continue to make the mistake of going out fast and opening up? Have they been watching races at this meet? Unlike a traditional Southern California “dirt” track, the Cushion Track does not play favorably to this type of strategy.

On Wednesday, a riding double by Aaron Gryder and two training wins for Cerin…five winning favorites on the card…game first-time out win by HIGH INTELLECT to give owner David Lanzman the first of his two winners in the past couple of days (he also owns EDDIE MUNSTA)…LAZIO fired another good shot to just miss in the 6th. It was denoted in the program that he had been “heel nerved” (a legal surgical operation that cuts the nerve to the back of the heel). Was that being reported since his last start or is this something that happened previously and is just now starting to be reported on a regular basis? What about the win by UNUSUAL SUSPECT in the 7th? Making his fifth start of the meet, the Abrams-trained colt ran down ASTERI while coming his final 1/8th in about 11 seconds when winning in 1:08.2. The runner-up wasn’t stopping, ‘SUSPECT just flew home.

No winning favorites on Thursday resulted in a Pick Six carryover of more than $95,000 into Friday night’s card (post time at 7:05 p.m.). Noon post for Saturday’s 11-race Gold Cup card.

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