09/10/2014 4:39PM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from Sept. 2 - Sept. 8

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Tuesday, September 2

BUCKEROO (NW2) was not even a speck on the radar heading home but proved he was much the best with huge stretch rally and should be taken seriously next race or two.

HERE COMES WILLIAM (NW2) was parked for his life, challenged uncovered to the lane, had a slight edge but was swallowed up by the late closers.

SOULFIL LINDY (NW2000) was used throughout, yielded twice and sat pocket to the lane, rallied gamely but was second best by a wide margin.

REGALLY READY (OntS3YOF) closed a ton and will not be 20-1 in next outing.

Thursday, September 4

CHIEVOUS DAN (2/3YO) rallied gamely chasing the winner home in last and earns a look in next race or two.

J HIGH (NW2FM) was parked wide to the lead, met pressure the middle half and drew away.

INDIAN LAKE (CLMHCP12/15000) closed strong from 4th over and can score again with same kind of rally.

NOBLE JILLY (NW2FM) finished with a full head of steam closing fastest of all in last.

P L GYRO (CLM15000) sat in,got shuffled passing the third call, cleared, finished with a rush but had lost his best chance.

Friday, September 5

TAILWIND HANOVER ((2YOF) came uncovered at 32-1, challenged the pacesetting favorite to the lane before weakening.

Saturday, September 6

APPRENTICE HANOVER (NW16000) finished well from second over but too late.

YUCATAN (NW10000) saved to the lane with strong finish between horses.

ROCK ME AMASTREOS (NW6000) had a ton of late pace but came from far, far back.

DANCEHALL MISTRESS (NW15000) was shuffled out, closed a ton but had lost any chance.

UPFRONTLUCKYCAROL (NW15000) was buried at the rear to the lane, swung wide and closed strongest but had no shot.

Monday, September 8

EQUITY (NW4000) was parked the mile in last, challenged to the stretch and tired. Either a covered trip or a front stepping effort should make his chances better.

KINETIC KING (NW9300) came wide, finished fast as the speed tired and just missed.

CHARMED LIFE (PRF) finished fastest of all from an impossible place and earns long look in next.

BUDDY HALLY (NW9300) tucked early, pulled to the half, brushed and crushed and was heard singing, ``It's so easy'' as he crossed the finish line.

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