06/26/2013 11:02AM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from June 20 - June 24


Thursday, June 20

BOP TOO THE TOP (OntSS) Finished fast between horses and has her niche if conditions suit.

STONEBRIDGE CLASSY (OntS) Was victimized by the trip in last. Three-year-old was a beaten favorite with an excuse. She was parked the mile for all intents and purposes challenging all the way and dueled to the stretch before packing it away.

SAMIRA HANOVER (OntSS) This beaten favorite was parked to the quarter, tucked, lost stride, found herself near the back of the pack. When the field headed home, she unleashed a powerful kick and gobbled up all of her foes except two.

P L HOOFHEARTED (OntS) Two-year-old rallied gamely at 35-1 to earn his dead heat for second with the beaten favorite in most recent race.

Friday, June 21

MACHAROUND (NW4FM) Finished with a flurry from the back of the pack and can get there with better trip.

MACH SET GO (OntSS) Sat pocket and cleared too late to give it his best shot in last week's action.

KINETIC KING (NW2) Went down the road in good order never in doubt after the favorite self destructed at the start and showed enough to think he can do it again.

MISTY MOONSTONE (NW5000FM) Put in a game (but second best) effort in last battling with the favorite through the lane.

Saturday, June 22

THE LADIES MAN (BEATHEAT) He brushed and crushed in his division of the Beat the Heat Pacing Series in a driving rain and should be able to take another.

OUR MOJO (NW3) Got stuck behind a dead one in last and lost too much ground to make up. Beaten favorite can atone in next.

D TERMINATA (NW8000) Beaten favorite had too far to come from third over but he did launch a good stretch rally to indicate he could get it done with better trip.

ROYAL OUTLOOK (NW8000) Left fast, yielded but chased wicked number in the pocket, had aim into the stretch but tired. Do not overlook in next race or two.

Monday, June 24

ELOISE EDEN (OntSS) She was obviously overmatched in her Gold division leaving from post nine at 40-1 but gettting parked the mile pressing the pace in the middle half was more than she had a right to be asked to do.

CRAWFISH CREEK (CLMHCP10/15000) Got shuffled out in the final turn but angled wide into the lane with good finish so he can get it done with an improved trip.

COOL GUY (NW13000) Sat an antsy pocket to the short priced favorite, pulled, challenged but was second best.

AHDOUGHNOLUM (NW2) Despite running out while on the lead and getting passed in early stretch, he battled back at 23-1 and was a game second o the wire to a tripped out horse.

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