06/19/2013 10:25AM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from June 13 - June 17

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Thursday, June 13

WINDSONG INVINCEBL (NW2) Left, tucked, rallied late and was third best. Should be able to hit the board often enough in exactors and triactors to be useful.

BAD BOY HILL (OntS) Absolutely jogged in most recent and looked like he had plenty left.

NICKLE BAG (NW2) Left, tucked, pulled when ready, rushed up, cahllenged and blew by easily indicating he should do it again.

WILDCAT ART (CLM8000) Fanned widest from 4th over and closed strongest but had too far to come.

Friday, June 14

SELANDIA (NW2FM) Left, tucked, saved ground, improved a bit on the rail to the third panel, angled out heading home and finished with a rush but had too far to come.

WASMULA (NW8000FM) Brushed to command coming to the half and command she did as she pummelled the field by nearly eight lengths in quick order.

SMASHBOX (NW5000FM) Flashed early speed, got shuffled back, pulled to the third panel, closed with good speed but give the beaten favorite a one-time pass off the trip.

JUNIOR K (NW5000) Left and was forced to take the pocket past the quarter, pulled at the third panel, challenged and was best with enough to indicate he can do it again.

Saturday, June 15

PIERAZ (NW9200) Came widest into the lane from 4th over with strong finish and looms a stretch threat in next.

IDEAL RACE (NW14000) Rallied gamely from third over chasing the favorite home in most recent outing.

SWEET TALKIN SATIN (NW4) Followed the wide flow through the lane closed well on the far outside.

COOL ROCK (NW9200) Sprinted through the lane from the back of the pack in latest and suck a rush has to be respected.

Monday, June 17

EXEMPLAR (NW1/3YO) Left, challenged and was taking the lead when he broke, recovered to the rear and launch a strong late rush.Beaten favorite seems to have what it takes to atone quickly.

FAMOUS MARK (CLM15000) Closed a tone from second over to win going away over a speed favoring track and a repeat seems in order.

ALL CANTAB (NW13000) Lleft, took the lead, yielded and was shuffled, saved to the lane, angled out with good trot.

VALLEY GLIDER (NW2) Set the pace under the odds-on favorite's pressure and gutted it out to the wire but second best by a neck.

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