The sunshine didn’t bring us winners yesterday as the Conductor only connected with one short priced horse. Sad. With the disgusting weather on the east coast, the Conductor will keep the train out west for the weekend. All you degenerates stuck in the sleet will have to bunker down and play the ponies. What a terrible thing. Let’s Ride.
Race 6: 7 Furlongs. Alw 50000s
#1 El Asesino (5/1) – He’s stepping up in class, but his last race was ultra-impressive. He’s been gelded since then, gets a weight break today and trainer Vann Belvoir is red hot.
Race 7: 7 Furlongs. F.OC 40000n1x
*Gullet Shot of the Day #1 Kindred (15/1) – In her first try at this level she dueled in a scorching pace and faded late. There aren’t any world beaters in here and she’s fast enough to get an early lead. The Conductor has seen much worse 15/1 shots. He gives her a chance.
Race 8: 1 Mile. (Turf) Clm 35000n3L
#5 Impression (4/1) – Drawn well, this boy is in solid form and turning heads in the morning. Thi race doesn’t have much other pace and he should have every chance on the lead.
Race 9: 5½ Furlongs. F.Mdn 50k
#1 Posit (6/1) – This filly was purchased for 200k and she’s working like she’s worth every penny. Her dam has 2 winners from 2 starters, including a stakes winner and Mario is hot in the irons.
Race 10: 1 Mile. (Turf) F. G3 Autumn Miss Stakes
#6 Tesora (6/1) – A 14 horse stakes race? That’s what the Conductor like to see. This filly continues to get better and has shown versatility winning at different tracks and distances. She was facing better turf horses in New York and 6/1 gets the Conductor tingly.
Race 11: 6 Furlongs. Clm 8000
*Never a Doubt Hell of Saturday Night #8 St Reno (6/1) – If the Conductor gets 6/1 on this Gelding he’ll be running up and down the streets in celebration. He’s improving, a repeat effort of his last performance beats this group and he’s making his 3rd start off a layoff. Easy winner.