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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2017 7:52 am 
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This renewal of the TBD turned into an interesting race with the withdrawal of McCraken. Opening the door for a few that would not have had a chance to pick up a major 50 point payday for a Derby slot. None of these contenders currently are in the top 20 derby points leaders, but the top two finishers here will jump into the top 20. PP's below. TJ

11th Race. Post 5:27PM STAKES
The 37th Running of The Tampa Bay Derby (Grade II)
Purse $350,000 Guaranteed 1 1/16 Miles
FOR THREE YEAR OLDS.
1 TALE OF SILENCE (L) Tagg, B Lopez, P 116
2 THE MONEY MONSTER (L) Mott, W Rosario, J 116
3 BASHA (L) Zerpa, G Jaramillo, E 116
4 NO DOZING (L) Delacour, A Centeno, D 116
5 TAPWRIT (L) Pletcher, T Ortiz, J 116
6 BEASLEY (L) Hennig, M Ortiz, Jr., I 116
7 SONIC MULE (L) Pletcher, T Velazquez, J 118
8 STATE OF HONOR (L) Casse, M Leparoux, J 116
9 WILD SHOT (L) Arnold, II, G Albarado, R 116
10 ZION VALLEY Rice, K Villa-Gomez, H 116

Click on Tapwrit: http://www.brisnet.com/cgi-bin/briswatc ... ummary.htm


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 2:20 pm 
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Sonic Mule
Beasley
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:33 pm 
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I kept thinking No Dozing was going to be one to watch but he continues to let me down... and now that I've said that he'll probably win :-)

State of Honor
Tapwrit
Wild Shot
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The track is quick at Tampa...Stanford and Johnny V set a new track record for the mile and a sixteenth (141.75) eclipsing McCraken's recent record. TJ


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Here's the finish:
Tapwrit...setting a new Stakes record for the 1 1/16th TBD (1:42.36).
State Of Art...2nd
Wild Shot...3rd
No Dozing...4th

Nice tri pick, Cree.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 5:14 pm 
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What is going on at that track - record after record!


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:02 am 
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Cree wrote:
What is going on at that track - record after record!

Hi Cree,
Much of these track record breaking performances go hand in hand with the quality of horses turning out for their winter meet. Their Stakes program continues to improve and the Tampa Bay Derby has continued to be a top 3YO draw for serious Derby contenders. In addition, the 1 1/16th mile distance is their most used Graded Stakes and Stakes distance. They don't run a 1 1/8th mile distance there so the 1 1/16th distance record continues to be broken...Street Sense (1:43.11), Destin (1:42.82), McCraken in winning the Sam F. Davis S. (1:42.45) all broke the record, but Tapwrit (1:42.36) had to settle for setting the Tampa Bay Derby record since Stanford (1:41.75) shattered the old 1 1/16th mile record earlier on the card. TJ


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Here's the replay of the Tampa Bay Derby...after Mastery's unfortunate injury, Tapwrit settles into a strong contending position. Though his beyer was only a 96...not quite making sense of this. McCraken also broke the record at that distance and received a 95. By comparison Mastery's 105, J Boys Echo 102, One Liner (another Pletcher) 102, Irish War Cry 101 (since falling by the wayside) the filly Unique Bella 99 and Gunnevera's most impressive win was only 97. Looking forward to who shows up for the Florida Derby and the Wood Memorial. Pletcher has another hot 3YO in Always Dreaming and Battalion Runner who both will be eyeing those races. TJ
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