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Posted by on 7/3/2013 7:45:06 PM

The 2-year-old racing scene has just basically started and will heat up during the Del Mar and the Saratoga meetings but let’s all online sports betting site players take a look at some of the babies that have won so far and try to project if they were go on to become big performers on the national scene.

Wired Bryan is only a New York-bred but he looked solid in his debut against Empire-breds at Belmont Park. The son of Stormy Atlantic flashed sub :22 speed as he took his field flag fall to that’s all. He drew off by over 7 lengths and earned a credible 76 Beyer Speed Figure.

Bryan’s pedigree is decent. He is out of a winning dam that is kin to a double stakes winner and also an over $100,000 earner. One sibling, Run Red Run, banked nearly $200,000 and carried speed successfully 9 furlongs.

Conquest Two Step is in the good hands of Mark Casse and the son of Two Step Salsa is bred to have a nice career. He cost over $400,000 and controlled the pace and the outcome in his Churchill Downs debut winning as the chalk and the place horse was 4 lengths clear of the trifecta player.

Out of a 5 for 22 dam that banked over $220,000, his lone sibling won 2 of 3 starts and Casse should have options as he is based at Woodbine and this runner could go north.

They say it’s better to be lucky than good and Yes I’m Lucky has both things in his favor. The Eddie Plesa student was game winning his debut at Monmouth Park and he proved it was no fluke by making it two in a row taking the Frank Gomez Memorial at Calder with a 74 Beyer.

D’Cajun Cat is trained by Curlin’s trainer Steve Asmussen and this runner got the ideal 3-hole trip in his debut. He broke from the Churchill rail, had to deal with the slop, but won by over 5 lengths and the place horse in the debut was 4 lengths clear.

Cat’s dam Rabiadella won two stakes and banked over $250,000. The dam dropped 4 runners that banked 6 figures including Grade 2 winner Diadella, who banked over $650,000 and won at 9 furlongs.

His lone sibling to race won and the blood is solid. His dam won 14 times, took 7 stakes and banked over $425,000. That runner was sprint only so Lucky will have to show a new wrinkle to adapt to his pedigree.

And what kind of a list of promising juvenile would be unless one mentions a Todd Pletcher trainee. The horse in question is Meadowood, who was bet like a good thing in his debut a Monmouth and he didn’t disappoint. He rode the rails and drew off to win by 2 with a 72 Beyer.

This $190,000 purchase is by Harlan’s Holiday and out of Untuttable’s daughter Into Reality, a stakes winner and over $100,000 earner. 

Follow these runners and there will be many more to come.

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