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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing


The race week in Hallandale begins with a large field of Florida-bred fillies and mares going one mile 70 yards on Tapeta Track. The wish is that the result plays out as formfully as the past performances indicate.

All the handicapping boxes have been checked: Grandma’s Pudding (5-2) has been developing incrementally, ideal for a filly about to turn 4, and she overcame trouble to finish a game second at this level last out.

Check out Race 2 on October 8 at Gulfstream Park to see if you agree.

We love her fresh spacing into this and the fact that she will be receiving a weight concession from the majority of mares signed on for this event.

Ralph Nicks is very productive in this scenario and Edgard Zayas could not be riding in better form. Taking Grandma’s Pudding to win with no price restrictions.

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