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don't forget the race of the weekend is tomorrow at hollywood park. Nashoba's Key v. citronnade.

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don't forget the race of the weekend is tomorrow at hollywood park. Nashoba's Key v. citronnade.


Citronnade will pass according to Frankel. Nashoba's Key is only a possible starter. Kinda takes the lustre out of that event if both defect. TJ


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Neither one is running. It makes it a very open race.


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makes it a race I'm not going to watch.

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No value if Citronnade and Nashoba's Key are gone? Also - remember that some emerging mares have caught the attention recently, this is a time when many seem to come into their own. I'm going to watch because another star in the making might show.


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Nashoba's out, Frankel called an audible a stayed in


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No value if Citronnade and Nashoba's Key are gone? Also - remember that some emerging mares have caught the attention recently, this is a time when many seem to come into their own. I'm going to watch because another star in the making might show.


I don't think that was a very smart move... too much early pace and she can't rate. (citronnade, I love that name by the way, what does it mean?)

geo, I've seen all these gal's before, no stars in here. I like black mamba but she wont' win.

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Something to do with fruit I think. She won with consummate ease. Some of these fillies like Memorette for example are really dropping back in terms of form.


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citronnade?

well..citrus....uh...leomons....love it. it's a fruit!

it figures the one filly I say can't win wins. actually I knew I should have edited that post as soon as i made it. she beat a very similar class earlier this year in the summer in a grade 2 that she made look like a paid workout.. granted it was a 5 horse field, but she did it so easily. Citronnade is not a TOP class filly but she is heads and sholders in the lead in that 2nd tier class.

speaking of, tip of the hat to frankel. this time last year she was loosing non graded stakes.

with all that said.. it's a reason I call socal jockies amature hour, and it's crap like this that is why.


Times in 100ths: :24.35 :48.62 1:12.47 1:35.65 1:41.49

mile and a 16th race. first of all.. that final time is GREAT. but se wouldn't ahve been able to achieve that great final time if you didnt' let her run a freaking half in 49 seconds! my freaking gosh guys! the only way she looes is if you take something out of her durning the race... it's how you beat her. you don't GIVE her the freaking race. I pull my hair out watching some ot thoose guys out there.

Geo, this race was over at the half mile pole. you give a Legit Grade 1 horse, male or female, a half mile in a miel and a 16th race a 49 second half and you might as well get in line to go and cash your ticket. that is a race a grade 1 filly, which citronnade is, will win 10 out fo 10 times.

freaking pitiful

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