07/30/2014 11:21AM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from July 22 - July 28

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Tuesday, July 22

PLAY AT WYNN (CLM8000FM) tipped wide into the lane with long game rally but the winner had gotten away.

MAGIC FACTORY (NW15000/3YO) rushed out from the 10-hole at 90-1,took the top, scooted away, had an open lead most of the way but tired on a night that front end speed was tiring.

READ THE PROPOSAL (OPN/2YO) set a good clip on an open lead at 22-1 and was a game second best. If the speed holds next time he can get the job done.

MMS LUCKY BOY (NW9000) had way too far to come and just missed with big stretch rally to be second best.

Thursday, July 24

MYSTICAL WISHES (NW2) charged home with big finish at 9-1 over a speed favoring track and can take another in next race or two.

MINESTRE HANOVER (CLM15000) at up ground with powerful strides and will be hard to deny in next.

SI SEMALU (CLM15000) beaten favorite had too far to come in last and should atone.

Friday, July 25

HUSTLEONHOME (NW5800FM) left, took the top, yielded, retook, open up by a few heading home, tired but dug in game to the wire.

CHIVAREE HANOVER (NW3) put in a very commendable game second over effort to just miss and earns a look in next.

NOBLE FLIGHT (NW15000) closed well from third over in last and has to be considered with the right trip.

DREAMFAIR ECLIPSE (NW8000FM) had far to come in last, rallied gamely and hit a good stride in the shadow of the wire. Her determination and :26 3/5 last panel have to be noted.

Saturday, July 26

MONTE CRISTO (NW2500) tried the front end in last and rolled along at a good clip, tired but gutted out a dead heat for second.

WAZZUP WAZZUP (NW10500) used a big brush to gain command and crushed foes leaving no doubt he can take another.

RESISTANCE FUTILE (NW5000) beaten favorite was victimized by the trip in last having to come too wide for too long clearing poor cover to do his best work.

BOOGIE WOOGIE (NW6000) roared home from the third ring of Saturn in last and earns long look in next.

Monday, July 28

AMERICAN SUPERMAN (NW20000/3YO) showed good speed on the front end of the mile leaving for the lead from post 10,yielded, sat pocket, found clearance mid lane, took a few steps to hit a good stride, rallied and just ran out of track.

SAM HAYES (CLM12000) went down the road and put away a challenge by the favorite on a night that saw most frontsteppers give it up.

PLAY IT AGAIN SAM (OntSS) left,tucked, pulled uncovered to the half, chased the speed, challenged and loomed in the shadow of the wire but was nailed by the fresher late closing odds-on favorite.

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