Chalk City yesterday at Gulfstream, but the Conductor’s lock of the day got it done and we had four 2nds at decent prices behind the favorites.  Hopefully some of you passengers were able to make some money in the exactas.  One more day down in Florida before the train heads west for the weekend.  Let’s catch some trophy fish, Let’s ride.

Post Time 12:35pm ET Race 1: One Mile. (Turf) MC 35000

#9 Future Treasure (7/2) – He’s steadily progressing and ran a solid 3rd last at this level last start in a race won by the favorite. He’ll graduate today.

Race 2: 1 Mile. Clm 25000

#1 Lngtermrelationship (4/1) – He pressed a hot pace going longer on turf at Gulfstream last start.  The Conductor likes his early speed and past recent figures.

Race 3: 7 Furlongs. Mdn. 50k

*Gullet Shot of the Day #4 Sir Senescal (8/1) – He ran a much-improved race last start and his figure came back only slightly below the heavy favorite #5 Personal Time (7/5).  With natural progression he’ll have a major chance.

Gulfstream Park

Race 4: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) Clm 16000

#1 Prado Vision (4/1) – He’s been off for a few months, but he’s working well and taking a big drop in class today.  He hasn’t face a group this weak in a while.

Race 5: 6 ½ Furlongs. Clm 6250n3L

*Never a Doubt Car Payment Lock of the Day #5 Dr Harlan (2/1) – He’s in great form and the Conductor loves the cutback in distance.

Gulfstream Park

Race 6: 5 Furlongs. (Turf) F. Clm 16000n3L

It’s Two Hot Bonny (6/1) – She’s been facing much tougher in New York and is the only mare in the field that isn’t in declining form.

Race 7: 1 Mile. Clm 25000n3L

*Atom Bomb #5 Curlins Vow (15/1) – His much-improved last start at Gulfstream shows the Conductor that he is rounding into form and he has past figures against tougher that can beat even the heavy favorites today.

Gulfstream Park

Race 8: 5 Furlongs. (Turf) Clm 16000n2L

#11 C’Era Una Volta (6/1) – This colt showed grit in his maiden breaker last start.  This group isn’t very tough, and the Conductor thinks he liked the smell of victory enough to repeat.

Race 9: 1 1/16 Mile. OC 625000n3x

#2 Brasstown (5/2) – He’s steadily progressing at Gulfstream and has the always dangerous Juarez/Navarro connection in his corner.

Race 10: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) MC 20000

#9 Venezuala (8/1) – He’s run two solid races against much tougher and should run even better in his 2nd start off the layoff.  The Conductor would get tingly over those odds.

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