Juvenile Turf / Juvenile – First Glimpse

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There is nothing like a close-up look at the runners in the Breeders’ Cup. We’ll keep you chomping at the bit all the way until the big weekend. Be sure to tune into the Winning Ponies Internet Radio Show, as host John Englehardt always reaches into his bag of guests and comes out swinging with those tuned into racing. – Be sure to check back for a video glimpse of some runners to get a check, tune into the Internet Radio Show on Thursday at 8pm ET, or check back on your own time and tune into the podcast. – Once the fields get drawn and the final numbers are tabulated, you’ll want to get your E-Z Win Forms in hand as soon as possible. Nothing like starting a little bit early, and Winning Ponies has your back as the best in the world converge on Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Juvenile Turf

 

Airoforce / Mark Casse = I have been playing all runners who have face this Casse trainee and all have not disappointed. This son of Colonel John cost a pretty penny, and Leparoux offered up a very good effort to catch our eye. – This race will hold a few that need a real hard look.

 

Camelot Kitten / Chad Brown = You can always bet Mr. Brown will have all the screws tightened down for the big race. Take a look at the late turn of foot. – Exits the Bourbon, and the late surge lends a great deal of confidence. – This runner will come from the clouds.

 

Conquest Daddyo / Mark Casse = “Jersey” Joe Bravo pulled to the outside with 3/8th’s of a mile to the finish and leveled off nicely for the Casse camp which is stocked plenty of talent.

 

Azar / Isotherm / Ray’s the Bar = This is a key race where you’ll want to keep an eye on the top three finishers very closely. – If I had to give a small nod, it would go to Ray’s the Bar skimming the rail.

 

Juvenile

 

 

Brody’s Cause / Dale Romans – Exaggerator / Keith Desormeaux = “Brody” inhaled the leaders down the lane, and the trip over the Keeneland surface will make all the difference in the world on Breeders’ Cup Day. – Exaggerator had the lead and ran a very good race. If the track is playing more kindly to up close runners, this one may get the nod for his first race in seven weeks.

 

 

Nyquist / Doug O’Neill – Swipe / Keith Desormeaux = Here is another key race and Nyquist (son of Uncle Mo) did his bidding and things got pretty tight down the lane. Swipe looked game and one who is maturing with each and every race. – If you like one, you’ll probably have to use the other for good measure.

 

 

 

Cocked and Loaded / Larry Rivelli = Impressive in victory on the deep Churchill surface, and drew off under slight asking. he’ll bring his “A” game, and his running style fits Keeneland perfectly.

 

 

 

 

Conquest Big E / Mark Casse = Exits an impressive maiden win in the slop, and looks to be a player who may be a special runner. If he gets in, know the owners pointed this direction for a reason.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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