Snappy time for a 25 Non 2 and while she tired some late she was digging in when roused. Steadily dropping her down the class ladder has helped her form and the addition of Lasix might have sealed the deal. There isn’t too much speed in here but the other swifties are on the outside of her so she will have to commit early. I’m going to use with Elgofranco and stare realllllly hard at Mulligan.
I Got a Gal (4)
Even a laymen can see this is an eye popping move. Abbreviated work tab here and only one I have seen but woo-wee its a doozy. Coming form the clouds she motors to her company and doesn’t look the least bit tired blistering along in 46 flat. I have to put her on top but there are a few others to use including the horses with experience like Keychain Girl.
Real Fire (3)
Solid 6 day out gate drill here for a filly who has been touting herself a little in the mornings. I would say she look professional enough to win on debut but winds up with a possibe monster in her race. Still don’t want to ignore for exotics and think she has a future.
Its silly to put him here since he will be super low but this colt looks about ready to race out of his skin and though this is a salty group of experienced foes, I think he can get the job done here. Last work he looked like bottled dynamite.
Grace Adler (7)
One of our early success stories for this blog, I like her workman like talent and the grit she shows. For sure she needs to improve but she isn’t lacking in heart and should relish the added ground. Use with your top pick whoever it may be.