Friday’s sixth at Gulfstream is another case is yet another safe than sorry approach, a turf race going two turns that will stay with that dynamic even if needed to be switched to synth.
Either way, six-year-old mare Lido Key (7-2) looks good to go. Earning top figures om the Thoro-Graph over whichever surface, William Tharrenous’ mare, returns to the Gulfstream lawn, a surface over which she’s won.
What helps is a style that permits her to stalk from close range or come from farther back. Since returning from a two-months break this winter, she’s won twice and completed an exacta last out with a game late finish.
Check out Gulfstream Park, MAR 3, Race 1 and see what you think.
Two turns, at this abbreviated distance should help her late run. And when Tharrenous reaches out for Rafael Hernandez he means business, they are a profitable 22% effective as a team.
Taking Lido Key to win at 3-1 or greater and quinellas with Short Circuit (4-1) and Miss Delicious (5-2).