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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing


Today’s feature in Hallandale Beach is an interesting one in which many of the horsemen enter doing what they do best. Let’s check out two rivals.

Take No Decaf (5-2) for instance and know that Luis Ramirez is 31% efficient with his LAY-2 starters in his career.

Realize, too, that No Decaf’s most recent half-mile breeze was 9th fastest of 97 peers to work that week at Gulfstream Park. He’s set

Now check out Sea Art (9-2), particularly his run at Gulfstream Park, OCT 23 Race 8. It was a state-bred stakes, the same kind she meets here, and at today’s trip. Note how gamely she hung in until nearing the finish after being pressured throughout.

Since a return run on January 5, he’s worked seven times for Victor Barboza since February and will be set for this. Profitable going second time Lasix, Barboza reaches out for reliable partner Emisael Jaramillo. Off odds should be fair.

Taking Sea Art to win at 3-1 or greater and quinellas with No Decaf and Freak (5-1), going for time for the Jose D’Angelo barn that’s an otherworldly 35% effective with new acquisitions.

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