Trying to get off on the good foot as Gulfstream Park kicks off their racing week and finding a viable single in the Late Pick 4 is a good place to start.
Now are those who will argue that will argue that the reason for the big improvement shown by Missy Greer (7-2) is the result of the sloppy track and, as a daughter of Nyquist, she was bred to love the going. We cannot argue; THAT’S TRUE.
But we can, however, add the facts it was her dirt debut on this surface after two prior prior turf tries and, not only that, she was getting first-Lasix and adding blinkers, two factors that also are significant.
But as Danny Gargan is 25% effective in LAY-2 situations and 31% second-time Lasix. But the clincher’s for us, in addition to her outstanding Thoro-Graph figure, was excellent energy distribution.
So now, with that good effort under her — see Gulfstream Park reply for FEB 13, Race 6 — she rates to move forward and Luis Saez apparently agrees, as he takes a return call for the fourth time in the filly’s career. We’re there.
Taking Missy Greer to win at 2-1 or greater and quinellas with Rota Marga (5-1) and well bred newcomer I’m Baffled (3-1).