Just like the horse we’re highlighting at Tampa Bay, here’s another case of putting a line through a horse’s last race, in this case it is Forfiftyfiverocket (3-1) who finished last of four in his most recent start.
Assuming a clean break, her could be on his way here given today’s sizable class drop but perhaps most significantly, gets gets off the pole position and shifts outside. In fact, his two most recent wins came from the same outside slip he draws here.
From the rail last out, he broke inward, was rushed up into contention, but just as he did an outside rival dropped over, forcing Jorge Ruiz to check out. He tried to re-engage, did so briefly, then was wrapped up when all appeared lost. He surged a bit inside a rival in midstretch, but tired.
When he’s able to shake clear, he can run these kind of rivals off their feet–that or rally from off the pace as he has done successfully in the past. So check out his last to see if you agree. See the Laurel Park Live Video, RACE 6 on MAR 1.
We’re taking him to win at 3-1 or greater and key-boxing exactas with mega-drop ship-in Great Again (5-2) and turn-back Two L’s Meow (5-1) with Trevor McCarthy on the re-ride.