07/27/2016 3:58PM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from July 21 - July 26


Thursday, July 21

MAYFIELD DUKE (NW2) left, tucked, got shuffled back, came out and closed strong but had too far to come.

HEMINGWAY (CLMHCP10/12000) sat to the rear, tipped in the final turn, finished wide and strong but was nipped by the favorite.

AGENT DINOZZO (NW1) beaten favorite finished best but had tough trip going wide in the final turn to clear poor cover.

GOLDEN SON (NW2) wired the field in solid front-stepping score. Well bet favorite should take another.

Friday, July 22

REGALLY READY (NW6000FM) wired the field in good order on a night when speed was tiring and can take another.

ALEXAS HOPE (CLMHCP10/12000FM) closed strong but too late in last and can be close again.

SANDBETWEENURTOES (PRF FM) brushed the final turn and rolled over the speed.

VICTORIA SEMALU (NW10000FM) left to the top, yielded, tipped in the final turn, challenged all out, tired but dug in gamely.

Saturday, July 23

MYSTERY WRITER (NW3FM) was badly shuffled behind a quitter in the final turn, tipped, found a route and gobbled up ground.

GRIN FOR MONEY (NW16000) had a chance to pick off a couple of foes in the lane but ran out of room nearing the wire.

MAPLELEA (NW15000FM) beaten favorite had too far to come in last and should not be ignored.

PIRANHA (NW2) brushed to the lead coming to the half and ate up the competition cruising to victory.

VELOCITY DRIVEN (NW8000) second choice was under pressure throughout and lost to the tripped-out favorite.

Monday, July 25

SHEWEARSTHEPANTS (NW3000/2YOF) wired the field convincingly in last holding off the uncovered bid of the odds-on favorite.

THEY CALL ME GORDY (NW5000) made a determined front-stepping effort in last but faltered late. A more favorable track will be all it takes.

ETRUSCAN HANOVER (NW20000) brushed to the lead, opened up but ran out gas in the late stages. Same move wins most races.

MUSCLE HUSTLE (NW12000) rallied well from the back but was nipped in the last step. Beaten favorite can get it done in next.

BUGGER BRUISER (NW3000) tucked, sat in, got shuffled, closed well between horses and should be taken seriously.

Tuesday, July 26

SUNRISE AVENUE (NW1) set her own pace and drew away strongly. Should be hard to deny in next.

WILD ZINGER (NW1) finished full of pace from the edge of the moon. He trailed third over but finished strong and could be hard to beat over more favorable conditions.

BADLANDS DELIGHT (CLM12000FM) was at least five wide in the final turn and closed with steady pace.

PARKLANE GLAMOROUS (NW2FM) took the lead, yielded for the pocket and proved second best to the odds-on pacesetter.

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