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CRASHING THE PARTY

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 5/28/2013 7:02:35 PM

Online sports betting site players have been treated to two exciting legs of the Triple Crown so far but those winners did not scare anybody away so lets talk about who will likely show up in the Belmont Stakes to steal the glory.

Always In a Tiz has been freshened since the Wood, but he has to prove he can win beyond 5 and a half furlongs. He has not flashed the same speed as he did in his debut and the blinks didn’t help much last time.

This runner could not stand up in the going in the Southwest Stakes but the Southwest came back okay as the 6th finisher in that race took the Grade 2 Rebel next out and the 10th finisher took a first-step allowance race.

After the Southwest, this runner developed a lung infection. He scoped clean and the lung infection appeared to be cleaned up. The colt was aiming for the Rebel on March 16 but just trained up to his Grade 1 debut.

The breeding is stamina on top as his sire Tiznow could run all day winning the Breeders’ Cup Classic twice. His dam won twice, both sprinting and the lone sibling to win cashed twice sprinting in the minor leagues. Runner needs a total reversal of fortune.

Code West has been a slow learner but he has been consistent. The only poor race came in the Louisiana Derby.

In his 2013 opener he was beaten by his stablemate Super Ninety Nine, who returned to win for fun in the off going in the Grade 3 Southwest at Oaklawn with a 101 Beyer.

The pedigree is decent as he is kin to multiple Grade 2 winner and near $500,000 earner Charitable Man. Backers can point to the nice confidence builder he got in the Pimlico freak job in last but not sure he was beating anybody that day. The place horse on May 18 was coming off a win, but against just $15,000 claimers and he has not raced back.

Micromanage burst onto the scene with a clever debut win at Saratoga and his connections thought enough of him to try the Grade 1 Champagne next out. That is called confidence.

Hung wide in the Champagne, Micromanage never kicked in his final start of the year in the Remsen. Carefully placed to kick off 2013, the soph was life and death to beat $50,000 optional runners at the shore in the off going with the 72 Beyer Speed Figure. His style will demand a hot pace and clear sailing.

For the ladies, we may have Unlimited Budget embrace. This brilliant filly will be testing the boys for the first time in her career. She had won her first 4 starts including three Graded races before being troubled in the Kentucky Oaks. Her sire Street Sense won the Kentucky Derby, her dam took 4 sprints and the siblings that won were all sprinters.

As the Belmont Stakes approaches, pay attention to the spacing of the drills and try to read in between the lines of the connections.


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