6/5, 7/1, and two 7/2 winners yesterday gets the job done.  Is the Conductor satisfied? Never.  This is where we knock Gulfstream out. Let’s Ride.


Race 1: 5 ½ Furlongs. Clm 6250n3L

#4 Pokerist (2/1) – 2nd off the layoff and the only horse in the field in good dirt form, he should handle this group.

Race 2: 1 Mile. Clm 1200n3L

#2 Hookup (6/1) – Claimed off a low percentage trainer, he’s been facing much tougher and has the fastest speed figures in this group.  Let’s hope he doesn’t leave the bar empty handed.

Race 3: 6 Furlongs. Clm 16000

*Gullet Shot of the Day #1 Gator Fifty Two (15/1) – Only beaten a length at this level at Gulfstream last start, he made an early move into a blistering pace.  There aren’t any world beaters in this field and he has a big chance at a nice price.

Gulfstream Park

Race 4: 5 Furlongs (Turf) F.Clm 16000

#7 The Two Nancy’s (4/1) – Her last effort was fastest in the field on the Conductor’s numbers and she’s been in good form all year.  She’s drawn nicely and should get a perfect stalking trip.

Race 5: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.MC 50000

*Never a Doubt Car Payment Lock of the Day #5 That’s That (5/1) – She drops in class after pressing a blistering pace at Keeneland vs much tougher.  Her race two starts back slaughters this field and she’s the Conductor’s best bet of the day if she stays above 3/1.

Gulfstream Park

Race 6: 1 Mile (Turf) Clm 16000n2L

#2 Lookin Forevor (5/1) – He doesn’t like to win, which concerns the Conductor, but he’s dropping in class and the Conductor liked his last race.  Classic early move into a hot pace bet back.

Race 7: 6 Furlongs. F.S.Mdn 45k

#2 Double Medal (5/1) – Pressing a scorching pace vs the boys last start, she ran a hell of a 2nd.  The Conductor loves the cutback in distance and trainer Jonathon Thomas is 29% with a +$0.55 ROI this year switching runners from turf to dirt.

Race 8: 7 ½ Furlongs. (Turf) F.Mdn 60k

#9 Niko’s Dream (8/1) – She closed into a moderate pace last start and just missed by a neck.  She should step forward in her 2nd start off the layoff and that will give her every chance.

Race 9: 1 1/16 Mile. OC 25000n1x

#6 Brasstown (5/2) – In his first try routing on dirt last start at Gulfstream he won easy and a repeat effort would win again today.  The big sloppy track number doesn’t concern the Conductor, we are still at Navarro’s playground.

Race 10: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.MC 20000

*Atom Bomb of the Day #6 Kindhearted Kota (20/1) – She ran a very strong late pace figure last start, closing into a tepid pace.  With a solid pace, she has as good of a chance as any in here.  Let’s end the day with an atom bomb.

Gulfstream Park

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