05/24/2007 11:00PM

BreezeFigs Quick-Pix, Saturday, May 26th

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Thank you very much, no standing ovations necessary. Our lone Quick Pick last week was a real tipoff as to how to play BreezeFigs horses. We gave you one race with two 2-Y-Os, one of which had a good BreezeFig but lower than average stride length (SL), the other who had a slightly lower Fig but longer than average SL. The latter, Dr. Nick, won and paid $15.80. Also, if you used BreezeFigs last week, you had Sky Cape, a $145.60 winner, handed to you on a silver platter at Hollywood on the 20th. Remember, take advantage of all the tips that we provide--you can get a good idea by clicking on BreezeFigs Information underneath the two BreezeFigs links in the DRF-PLUS box in the right hand column on the home page and downloading files there.

We have one of each for you this week, a 2-Y-O maiden and 3-Y-O maiden.

Delaware Park, , Maiden Special, 4 1/2 furlongs

Early test here for a Nordic Wind, who was just sold at OBSAPR a month ago for a decent $87k. This is an Illinois-bred running against some open company rivals at Delaware, so he must be OK to his conncections. He certainly was to us. He was the top colt on BreezeFigs at OBSAPR at 1/4 mile with a 10 over Par Group 1 Fig. He was slowing down just a little at the end, but he maintained a longer-than-average stride length all the way around and is worth a shot.

Pimlico, , Maiden Claiming, 5 furlongs (Turf)

This is one for the "How Can You Not Bet This Name" category. Crummie's Run is making his first start, in a cheap maiden claimer on the turf, for an outfit that hasn't got much of a record and he shows no works. But, last year he was a Group 1, eight-over-Par stickout at EASMAY, though he had a somewhat shorter than average stride length. Watch this one on the board--if he gets in. He might be a gimmick play.