AGOS Horses to Watch – June 1, 2016

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Belmont

Howie’s Tiz (BEL 5/26/16 – Race #4 -#2 – 7f dirt) – Angel Arroyo had the call and settled his runner out nicely. He made a game move and tangled horns with the a bear from the David Jacobson barn who was the big chalk. He was forced to be second on this day, and next time out he’ll give them fits down the lane.

Belterra Park

Silent Secret (BTP 5/28/16 – Race #7 – #3 – 1 mile dirt) – jockey Geovany Garcia’s mount had his head turned in the starting gate and spotted the field about 20 lengths once the latch was sprung. It looked as if all hope was gone until he started flying down the backstretch and finished a quick finish third beaten only one length. The best part is he was facing a very tough speed bias and still overcame the poor start. He won’t be a secret at the windows next out.

Gulfstream

Turkomani (GP 5/25/16 – Race #5 – #7 – 1 1/16 turf) –  Emisael Jaramillo had a nice runner ready to score. He moved his mount smartly along the rail to save ground and at the 1/4 and was forced to check sharply to avoid running up on heels. He found some daylight against the rail and dove over to save ground, but it was a little too late as the gap was slammed shut forcing him to take hold of his mount.

Indiana Grand

More Red Roses (IND 5/25/16 – Race #3 – #1 – 6f dirt) – Fernando De La Cruz in the irons for Denis Cluey, and they have a gal in their barn who needs a good bet next out. – She trailed the pack for 3/4 of the race and started making good headway around the far turn. She was moving very well along the rail and encountered a bit of trouble getting a clean trip. Next time out she’ll seal the deal !

Miz Liz (IND 5/25/16 – Race #4 – #8 – 1 1/16 turf) – James Graham was in from Chicago for Christophe Clement, and she was forced to steady sharply multiple times during the race. Once she looked be under way she was “smashed” in between quitting runners and forced her to take off heels. Bet with confidence next time to the races.

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