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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing

JOHNS CALL STAKES


Three keys to victory in today’s feature race from Saratoga:


Keys to Victory

1.  Comes up to marathon trip perfectly

2.  Drops from Grade 1 to listed company

3.  Third off layup, good spacing, switch to Irad

Serve the King  (7-2)

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  1. Third race back, two bucks down and riders up.

    Win or lose, saying thanks in advance to the Editor for keeping my interest alive.

    (No additional comments will be posted today out of restraint from adding any additional provocation towards an anticipated, and historic mind you, insidious return. I simply conjecture it may all simply revert back as to just how cold the beers are on any given day. Hot as it is today, I’ll pass on any additional exchanges.

  2. Yesterday I watched and bet several races at Philly and Deli using my labtop. Because I could, I put Saratoga on the television and watched the races at post time. There were three disqualifications (6th, 8th, and 10th). All three were caused by drifting out or in. Of the three DQ’s, the 8th race was the most egregious. The winner of the sixth was taken down, the horse trained by Tony Dutrow – coinicidence? The eighth race was so flagrant that the chart of the race read ‘Winter Pool drifted out significantly’. The blue blood is trained by Chad Brown, one of the ones of the monoply controlling Throughbred racing. The horse was not disqualified! Appears the stewards are under the influence or is it fear of the top trainers.

    And the beat goes on . . . .

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