Despite a very messy trip that virtually eliminated Panorama Truck (3-1) from having any chance to string together victories on the Gulfstream All-Weather, the gelded son of Tonalist still moved forward on the Thoro-Graph scale.
But don’t take our word, see for yourself. Following a troubled break against a tougher set, he suffered more trouble on the far turn and trying to secure running room thereafter also was an issue: See Gulfstream Park, DEC 12, Race 6.
Back at the same trip with Junior Alvarado trying to make amends for the most recent effort, he goes for a barn that’s a worthy 20% effective on synthetic surfaces.
Jose D’Angelo has been on a tear at this still young race meet and owns a two-sided synth pedigree, as he’s from a Tiznow mare. We expect that the class drop and inside draw will enable him to keep marching forward.
Taking Panorama Truck to win at 5-2 or greater and a quinella with Venezuelan Triumph (7-2)