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IN SEARCH OF A GOOD TRIP

Please Jose Ortiz, I only ask that you place my selection in a place where she can win. I don’t often blame riders, don’t believe in it since they also boot home the horses we cash on, but this run of bad rides/bad luck is breaking me in spirit and wallet.

Up front, we cannot give you or Kept True (5-2) any excuses. The New York bred is fresh, has more wins than many of the open-class rivals she meets but of greater import, has tactical speed, kick, and has fillies with speed on either side that figure to keep themselves busy on the pace.

Jose should keep Leah Gyarmati’s filly right on their tails until he pushes the button. The 3-year-old Yes It’s True filly has won fresh and at today’s tricky hybrid distance.

Taking Kept True to win with no price restrictions, no exactas as we twist the rubber band tighter to preserve a dwindling bankroll.

YESTERDAY: Clear Vision never had a chance in Thursday’s Big A turf feature. Check for yourself; already in my stable male.

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  1. Hard to figure the “overland” route Tacitus took in Belmont but receives Eclipse Award for Unluckiest Horse of 2019. Irad put on a clinic at BC this year. Jockey of the year title a lead pipe cinch.

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