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June 29, 2012-Race 7
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Est. Post Time: 9:30 pm
Entries & Results
- 4 - Starter,
- 2 - Flapsup
- 6 - Double Rah Rah
- 5 - Exciter
- 9 - Downtownoscarbrown
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Churchill Downs Today Fri, Jun 29, 2012
No carryovers today.
Jill Byrne's Handicapping
Kluki (7) was in good form on the tough Tampa turf circuit and has the speed to be a factor here. Party Vow (8) returns from a layoff for top connections at the lowest level she has faced. Shanfield (3) fits well here but looks best on dirt.
Wildie (7) exits a big win and looks set for a repeat here for a new barn. Kujaa (1) ran well against better company in Florida and fits well here. Storm Cloud Coming (6) got up to defeat a soft group last out and can get a share.
Quite Ready (1) ran well on the turf last out but is better on the dirt and on the drop here. Can’t Prove It (5) raced evenly in both starts versus stronger fields. Cousteau (2) had a tough trip in his debut and can move forward today.
Gulfport (4) is a well bred debut runner with some sharp workouts. Sky Commander (1) has the pedigree and morning drills to be ready to fire first out. Pass The Pico (6) is another debut runner from top connections with good works. Dubai Bob (2) and Titletown Five (9) figure in the top five.
Contemporary (8) returns from a brief freshening with solid workouts and ran well in both starts. Thomas Jefferson (4) drops in class, turns back in distance and gets leading rider Lanerie aboard. Our Noble Heart (1) faces claiming company for the first time and has always worked well over the Churchill track.
Spun Cap (7) is training very well for her debut and has a pedigree for the turf. Pavati (9) puts blinkers on for her second try and should relish the switch to grass. Stellabymoonlight (10) shows speed in all her starts and may be able to clear this group.
Exciter (5) debuts at the tough mile distance but has the works and pedigree to handle the conditions here. Z Camelot (7) is a bit inconsistent but has shown the ability at times to be a factor with these. Cape Glory (1) looks most capable of improving off his debut.
Lemon Juice (3) is in good form and looks well placed here on the slight step down the claiming ladder. Mr. Midnight (11) returns to a dirt surface where he has done his best running, and drops in class today. Hewillglittrnshine (1) and Billybillwillywill (1A) make a strong entry of their recent form.
Full (4) stepped up to winners with a big score on the turf last out and looks strong here in a well matched field. Voodoo Daddy (7) exits an equally impressive win in his turf debut too. Closerwalk (8) tries the grass, turns back in distance and has good speed.
Wine Princess (6) returns to the dirt off a good try versus winners on the turf and has been training well for this. Tapit Dancer (7) exits a strong effort in a tough allowance spot. Yankee Union (1) has never run a bad race and can take another step forward here.
Deed It Is (7) is in good form and even drops in class for the score here. Sudden War (2) returns from a break at the lowest level he has seen and is a top threat. Startingold (9) is a local winner and takes the turf to dirt angle. General Partner (3) and Jolly Ol’ Nick (4) finish the top five.