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Peter Pan Syndrome

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 5/9/2013 7:32:28 PM

What:Peter Pan
Who: Fear the Kitten ( win)
Where: Belmont Park
When: Saturday, May 11

The Peter Pan Syndrome describes men who are childlike in their relationships and their ability to handle responsibilities but the runners in this stakes, have talent and are stepping up to show it for all online sports betting site players to see.

Some very nice horses have won this race over the years. Gallant Man did the deed in 1957. Coastal won this race in 1979 and went on to upset the great Spectacular Bid in the Belmont Stakes.

Prolific sire A.P. Indy took the Peter Pan in 1992 and last year Mark Valeski skipped the Kentucky Derby after running second in the Louisiana Derby but came from mid-pack to win this race going away with a 96 Beyer.

Eleven will compete in this 9-furlong $200,000 Grade 2 event and it has come up competitive.
Freedom Child starts from the fence and was declared a non-starter in the Wood after breaking his maiden at this distance. The concern is this runner was already beaten by one of today’s online betting rivals, Saint Vigeur.

My Name is Michael has only won once, on the synthetic at Woodbine. This youngster just never got untracked in the Spiral two back and basically ran around the track in the Blue Grass. Go deep in this runner’s pedigree and the class emerges as his dam is kin to multiple Grade 1 winner and near $700,000 earner Spoken Fur, who could run till the cows come home as she took the mile and a half CCA Oaks.

Battier just shows up and runs hard. He has never been worse than second and is coming off a career best Beyer Speed Figure of 88.

Fear the Kitten cashed off the claim but has only been in the money twice since and far back each of those times. Class is there on the bottom side as this guy’s winning dam is kin to near $650,000 earner and proven router Adhrhythm.

Abraham bobbled in his last and lost all hope. This colt was the worst kept secret in his debut when he was hammered on the toteboard but just was a tad short to lost by a nostril. His best horse betting asset could be his speed.

Narvaez has won twice in Florida but has been beaten 10 lengths in his last two races. He has never won beyond 7 and a half furlongs. He has drawn the extreme outside post in the last two so he is due for a trip.

Saint Vigeur is trying to turn the hat trick but in his last race, he only beat $35,000 non-winners of two claiming field.

DeClan’s Warrior has proven to be a late-running sprinter and is coming off a game win in the Bay Shore so he has some things to prove.

Go Get the Basil did break his maiden locally but was crushed in the Wood and sometimes when a horse is overmatched, it takes a toll.

Incognito took a few races to figure it out but was game in his last nose victory.

Infinite Magic has never raced on conventional dirt and he has beaten small fields in his last two victories.

There appears to be a lot of speed in here with no clear-cut leader and if there is a duel, one horse could take advantage of a hot pace and a melt down.

That runner is Fear the Kitten. Trained by Mike Maker, who won with 4 of his first 7 starters at this meet, was closing ground in his last two races, trained solidly for this and should be picking them up and laying them down in the lane.

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