06/25/2011 4:39PM

Arlington: Rail bias persists

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Another day, another inside bias here at Arlington. Speed and the rail are the best combination, but anything that's able to stick to the fence and stay relatively close can be all right. Wild Hope came off the fence at the quarter-pole and still was able to get up in race 4, the Isaac Murphy. Shrewd Operator killed them on the lead in race 2, the White Oak, as did rail-drawn stretchout sprinter Turn n'Fire in the opener. Poly producing quick to average times.