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BetPTC.com Horses to Watch -1/3/16

Horses to Watch – Ed Meyer

As New Year’s Eve ushered in 2017, we leave the past behind and look to the future. Horse players await this time as we ready for the road to the Derby. – You’ll start seeing the days get longer by minutes at first, and before you know it the marquee events will turn to Churchill Downs. But don’t jump too far ahead as there are 124 days until we hear “My Old Kentucky Home.” – In the meantime, let’s make some money to get our bankroll building for 2017 ! – Here are some runners you’ll want to keep on your radar screens. They may not have had the best trip, a poor beginning, or it just wasn’t their day. Just keep your eyes peeled and give them a good look before making your next wager. – Best of luck from your friends at BetPTC.com !

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Race #1 – #10 – Perfect Passion – 5f on the AW

Churchill shipper for Mike Maker was sent off the odds-on favorite, and she was circling 6 wide on the final turn showing good interest down the lane. She’ll mature nicely and Maker will have her ready to roll next up. – She is a three-year-old now, and I’m looking for good things to come from the red-hot Maker barn.

Race #8 – #10 Belvin – 1 mile on the AW

Thom Drury runner had the services of Albin Jimenez back from Tampa Bay Downs for the winter. They broke from the outside post and this may not have worked to their favor. The Drury barn is known for getting a runner ready off an average effort and this one fits the bill perfectly. Finishing 4th going five wide into the final turn, and coming up short looks like a race to build on.

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Race #1 -#3 – Rocco Solid – 1 mile on the AW

Susan Anderson trainee was restless in the gate and broke poorly. He made up a heap of ground around the far turn and was bested by a nose in the shadow of the wire. – Just a clean trip for this guy and you’ll see something special down the lane.

Race #2 – #8 – Devil Alert – 6 1/2f on the AW

John McKee in the irons for Dan O’Hallaron. They shipped in from Fairmount Park and this mare was flat out rolling in the final stages of the race. The pace was pretty hot for this level and the next time you see her in the entries bet with both hands.

Race #4 Р#2 РQue Hansen Р1 mile on the AW 

Albin Jimenez aboard for Mike Maker and she did everything perfect except get beat by a nose at the wire. She was sent off the odds-on chalk for Dr. Kendall Hansen, and it looks like he is getting ready to have a great year with some talented runners in his barn.

Race #5 – #2 – Fancy is My Name – 5f on the AW

Ten pound apprentice Shelbi Kurtz broke well and settled in nicely along the rail. Once she saw her mount didn’t have the speed to set the pace, she dropped over to the rail and tried to respond for minor awards. – Both horse and rider need a playback off this race, and keep your eyes peeled for this young and up and coming rider. She’s gonna’ do just fine and when she gets a leg up from her grandpa trainer Rick Jordan they are looking for her first win picture. From two mounts she has a solid third place finish to her credit.