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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 9:38 pm 
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I thought Z Humor got the bob - good race!

Dutrow's filly ran big - welcome to Rick Dutrow, Delta Downs!

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Rokeby Forever wrote:
What is there to know? Mott!


Hi Roke,
Ya did it again, good DH:>) The three of them were bumping through the lane, but it was offsetting penalties after the judges reviewed the film. How about Grasshoppers full brother upsetting the apple cart. TJ


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TJ - Z Humor wasn't much of a pick - he was the horse to beat. But Casse almost pulled off another one. I miss when he used to train Mangurian's stock in Canada and bring it down to Aqueduct for the winter.

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TJ - Z Humor wasn't much of a pick - he was the horse to beat. But Casse almost pulled off another one. I miss when he used to train Mangurian's stock in Canada and bring it down to Aqueduct for the winter.


One step further back, remember when Dave Sazer trained for his father?


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Dave Sazer...geesh! You're really dusting off the mothballs, TJ! I thought I was going back if I mentioned Tommy Root. LOL!

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[quote="Rokeby Forever"]Dave Sazer...geesh! You're really dusting off the mothballs, TJ! I thought I was going back if I mentioned Tommy Root. LOL![/quote

Hi Roke,
Talk about mothballs, how about the Lebon, Cinzano post in General Discussion:>) TJ


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Larry Adams had a $100 win ticket in his boot. LOL!

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A 3 horse photo for the win and it came down to a dead heat. Good race if you ask me.


All the big guns were there. McPeek, O'Neill, Mott and also the jocks.


P Val looked at times like he was in la la land. He looks like a weird dude.


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Well, I think Golden Yank was value at 6-to-1 and I think he might have won if he didn't get stopped on the turn. So I'm putting it in the "Good bet, bad result" bin. I think he wins at least once if they run that race five times.


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Well, I think Golden Yank was value at 6-to-1 and I think he might have won if he didn't get stopped on the turn. So I'm putting it in the "Good bet, bad result" bin. I think he wins at least once if they run that race five times.


Hi Ill,
He ran a winning race and I think he was best, he got jostled around pretty good by those other two horses and wouldn't say Uncle:>) Not bad for a horse that ran a mile in 1:40.2 and didn't belong in that race which BDW was kind enough to advise me. "...TJ there is no instance EVER where a 1:40.2 is even considerable ("considered?") for a grade 3..". If you stop giving un-solicitated advice and start reading what others write you might learn something. TJ


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