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With only a couple of sophomore preps already in the books the jury is still out for most online sports betting site players as far as where the sophomores stand at this time but there are a few runners that should be followed intently as they go from boys to men.

Rise Up hails from the clever barn of Tom Amoss. He cruised to victory in the $1 million Delta Jackpot and he beat a pretty nice horse in Casiguapo, who was second in the Hopeful Stakes and far from disgraced in the Champagne.

Rise Up has only lost twice. He could have been a tad short in his debut and his other defeat came in his first Graded effort when he pushed the issue but got fried in a duel. His dam was a double winner but maybe more importantly that dam is kin to a near $300,000 earner.

Strong Mandate will be trying to so something this year that has not been accomplished since Affirmed parlayed a win in the Hopeful to a Kentucky Derby victory. He has the blood to run till the cows come home. By Tiznow, who won the Breeders??? Cup Classic twice, and out of Clear Mandate, a daughter of Deputy Minister, who won the 10-furlong Morris back in the day.

Hung wide in the Champagne, this guy set a very live pace in the Breeders??? Cup Juvenile and he should only move up from that effort with any degree of maturity.??

Cool Samurai will not bring a knife to a gunfight. He graduated 2 days after Christmas going a mile but his connections is what is intriguing. John Shirreffs, who trained not only the Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo and the great Zenyatta, who lost just once in her stellar championship career, trains him.

Cool Samurai had a horrible trip in his debut but has plenty of upside to him. His dam was unraced but she is kin to Madeo, who took a Grade 2, won nearly $500,000 and carried his speed 9 furlongs on grass.

Some players will be all over the brilliant Havana, but his stamina is iffy and he may not be able to get the mile and quarter of the Kentucky Derby unless he is riding on the back of a pick up truck.

Honor Code personifies class. By A. P. Indy, he came from left field to win his debut and proved it was no fluke winning the Remsen. In his only loss he was compromised by a wide trip and still was only beaten a neck.

Shared Belief has already made many believe. He will have to prove it on conventional dirt but he has won his 3 starts by over 20 lengths combined. Look for him to make his next start in the Robert B. Lewis on February 8.

Shared Belief dam was a winner and kin to a Grade 1 winner. And 3 siblings of Shared Belief banked 6 figures including Grade 3 winner Little Miss Holly

Horses at this time of their development are like little children. They will seem dazed and confused and then the light goes on and when they see the light, the sky can sometimes be the limit.

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