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Jemography (6-1)

Keys to Victory

1.  Significantly improved as gelded 5YO
2.  Versatile style and wide draw pluses
3.  Reunites with Davis, 3-for-3 aboard

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  1. Riders Up! I’m in. Thanks John Boy. Tip of my 0.5% Athelietic Brewing IPA your way my friend. Thinking I love it more out here in Greenport more than Saratoga. With a lap top, I get you, the AWD, Saratoga, a pool, heated if I desire, and a Spa Catbird Seat as well.
    I just hope I have a pulse by the time I need return to reality. Thanks for all the diversion time at the track John. Go and nail them in the FRA. Win or lose, you are always my prime time reading venue. Out.

    1. Alas, you make me miss Long Island Mc D although, if I’m being completely honest, not as much as I miss my former pad on Union Avenue. Have a great day and may all our equine athletes, human and equine, come home safely…

  2. John, you still going with green lights in the Morrissey with the off going? I was going in with a ten spot, but can always cut it down to two is all? Your call my friend. “Always in good hands with Broadway’s call I am”, said Sam I Am.

    1. For me it was too late, McD. Once you’re on the record, it’s too late. Saratoga wasn’t supposed to get as much rain as it did. When I saw the track under water I knew I was in trouble.

      Had I seen this earlier, I would have said to cut your bet in half, something I commonly do when track conditions or late scratches alter the original race projection

  3. Billy Joel “Presure, Pressure” from LI. Wonder howBilly Joel feels about an Off Track?

    “I can’t stands it no more Olive, I simply can’t stands it no more” complains Papa Popeye McD.

    On the positive, my two year old grandson Griffin, whom I call The Grifter, took his first poop on the house can yesterday at his home base, ,it was an unannounced and unassisted event. Rightup there with any Breeders Cup race I’ would add. Awesome! Frees up all the diaper dollars Procter and Gamble was gettin’ from me for helping out at Pamper City. The other grandson Everett also had a good line out late when visiting us on the East End of LI. Catching his Dad the other day when getting ready for the trip back home he surprised his Dad exiting the shower and simply asked “Hey Dad, I was wondering, how come your weiner has a beard?” Too good not to share with the I-Man out West. Hope I exit all with a grin. – McD

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