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Old 10-30-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
Bill Lyster
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BC Dirt Mile, race 8

Two kinds of horses here, those from one turn miles and those who raced longer or traditional two turn miles.

I matched the the one turners and come up with Pants on Fire, Brujo de Olleros and Hymn Book, all from the same race.

Alpha, Broadway, Golden Cents, Taptown, Verrazano all need to be on or close to the lead.

Fed Biz and Central Intelligence get projected off 7f races, but I like the Sustained style of Fed Biz better. Taptown is ultra consistent and while this one might get burned up on or near lead has shown some staying power.

Pants on Fire and Fed Biz on top of Brujo, Hymn and Taptown. Nice ML prices everywhere, so I will probably box these and hope for the best.

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