07/14/2016 9:41AM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from July 7 - July 12

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Thursday, July 7

DOCS SAUSALITO (NW1FM) brushed and crushed her foes and the variant and should made a few more trips to the winners circle.

PREMIER GLITTER (NW1) tucked early, pulled to the half, rallied uncovered ann won going away.

UNICUM BI (NWW) was out early, grinded uncovered and was second best at 14-1 to odds-on pacesetter.

POP N LIAM (OntSS) came uncovered the final turn, challenged, had aim, tired but dug in gamely all out to the wire at 20-1 losing to the top two well bet choices. 

Friday, July 8

RUBIS PRESCOTT (NW6000FM) beaten favorite took the tough route around the track racing uncovered challenging the pacesetting second favorite was beaten by the pocketsitter.

ABBIJADE HANOVER (NW6000FM) was parked to a tuck, came uncovered and rolled by and should be tough in next.

SANDBETWEENURTOES (NW25000FM) finished full of pace but had far to come. Her :26 3/5 last panel indicates there is a win right around the corner.

MAPLELEA (NW10000FM) closed a ton and made up huge amount of ground to grab it in the last strides at 4-1. Her :26 3/5 last panel also indicates there is another winning effort to come.  

Saturday, July 9

CRACKLIN ROSIE (OntSS) beaten favorite had too far to come but rallied well and gamely got up for second.

WINDSUN GLORY (OntSS) was fast to the lead, yielded and got shuffled badly, had tons of traffic to weave through and closed well once clear in the late stages.

BAD AS LEADER (OntSS) was buried in last but slipped out at the back of the pack in the final turn nd finished willingly.

LAY LADY LAY (OntSS) tucked early, pulled, brushed to the top as the lead changed and changed and changed, set the clip under pressure from the 5/8 mark and dug in well as all of the above flashed good late speed.

DUC DORLEANS (NW22500) left to the top, yielded and sat pocket, looked for room but it was hard to come by. Do not ignore in next.

Monday, July 11

HIDDEN POTENTIAL (NW3500) second choice came uncovered, challenged the pacesetting favorite and was proven second best but beat many with same effort.

FEARLESS MAN (NW20000) put in a decent down the road effort in last but was beaten by the late closing tripped-out favorite.

FLANAGAN MEMORY (PRF) brushed and crushed and should take another or two. 

WARRAWEE ROO (OntSS) was parked to the quarter, tucked, pulled to the half, grinded uncovered and closed strongest in game effort to nail the prohibitive pacesetting favorite.

Tuesday, July 12

OK ICEMAN (NW2) left to the lead, yielded, sat pocket, tipped at the third panel, challenged, had aim, tired but dug in gamely only to get nipped on the wire.

FASHION GODDESS (NW3500) set a good clip and held to the last steps at 8-1 over a speed tiring track.

BLAMEITONTHENIGHT (2YOF) closed a ton and won going away from 3rd over and should win a few more here and there.

CRUISE PATROL (NW1) was parked to the lead, met pressure to the third panel, shook it off and drew away. Prohibitive favorite was only one of two frontstepping winners on the evening.

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