Bailador wins at 5/1 and the rest of the Conductor’s horses scratched Wednesday! Who does Gulfstream think they are? The Ductor cannot wait to return to New York and Kentucky. Whatever, they can’t scratch them all and 500% ROI ain’t too bad. Skip.
Race 1: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.Moc 50000
#7 Ransom Style (10/1) – The public backed her debut last year. When she returned off the bench last time sprinting on the turf, she was ignored and jogged around the track. The Conductor thinks that was a clear prep race for this spot. Now she drops in class, stretches out to a mile and Irad hops aboard. Everything points that she fires a big effort here.
#1 Armonia (6/1) -She ran strong late pace figures closing into slow paces in both of her starts. She has a strong foundation while the rest of this bunch hasn’t proven anything routing on the turf
Gulfstream Park Race 7: 7 Furlongs. F.OClm 50000
#5 Le Boiana (12/1) – This filly is exiting 5-furlong sprint races with quick paces on synthetic. It behooves Conductor why and trainer Antonio Sano finally switches her back to dirt today. Her best race was a 6-furlong dirt sprint victory at Gulfstream and ta repeat of that race can beat this field. She’ll like the added distance and there’s nobody special she has to defeat here.
Gulfstream Park Race 9: 7½ Furlongs. (Turf) MC 35000
*Gullet Shot of the Day #10 No Ill Will (15/1) – This gelding took money on debut sprinting on the dirt and also showed early speed after breaking slow. Now, he drops in class, stretches out in distance and switches to the surface he’s bred for. With 36 horses this year, trainer Christopher Davis is 17% +$0.95 ROI moving runners to the turf for the 1st time. No Ill Will should break sharper with the addition of blinkers and show this weak field what he’s made of. The Ductor is wishing the rest of the field nothing but the worst (with a safe trip for all of course). Skip.