09/28/2016 4:14PM

Mohawk: Horses to watch from Sept. 22 - Sept. 27


Thursday, September 22

DOCS SAUSALITO (NW2FM) tucked, tipped, brushed and crushed in eye-opening variant-busting score in most recent and should be hard to contend with in next.

RUBBER DUCK (NW30500) left and tucked, pulled uncovered to the half, challenged and dug in gamely at 18-1 but the trip was just too much.

BIG TSUNAMI (NW3FM) put in a very strong :26 4/5 stretch rally which was the second quickest of the evening but had too far to come.

DOTTIE (NW3FM) pulled past the quarter, rallied quickly to the lead and waved good bye winning by open lengths all wrapped up.

Friday, September 23

FLAHERTY (OntS) was parked the mile, challenged uncovered and tired. Should do better with an easier trip.

MACH POWER (OntS) closed stoutly from an impossible spot in most recent.

HILL OF A COLT (NW2) left, tucked, pulled uncovered in the final turn and roared home leaving the idea he could take another and perhaps even another.

LAY LADY LAY (3YOF) tucked early, pulled uncovered, challenged and was a game 2d best to the well bet pacesetting favorite.

Saturday, September 24

WAZZUP WAZZUP (NW31500) veteran finished strong from an impossible spot and has to be give a long look in next.

ANDERSON SEELSTER (OntSS) followed a wild flow in the lane and finished strong and just missed in the 2YO Grassroots final.

ROADMAPPER (OntSS) stormed home from nowhere in her 3YO Grassroots final chasing the odds on winner to the wire.

LITTLE LION MAN (OntSS) was parked the mild, challenged the favorite a long way before tiring in his 2YO Grassroots final.

SELLING THE DREAM (OntSS) hit her best stride a step too late in her 3YO Grassroots final and just missed.

Monday, September 26

CORE FUSION (NW1/2-3YO) came out of the clouds in last passing numerous foes and the beaten favorite cannot be overlooked.

MASERATI SEELSTER (NW5400) made a huge rally and gobbled up ground with quick finish and earns respect next time around.

RAYLAN GIVENS (NW3000) searched for room, finished well once he found a lane but it was too late.

TUXEDO BAY (NW2/2YO) saved,got stuck in traffic, angled out late and finished fast to win going away and can take another. 

Tuesday, September 27

CHARMO CHROME (NW10000/2YO) was parked to the lead, set a steady clip and was easily next best as the prohibitive favorite closed strongest.

HONOR ABOVE ALL (NW2) was second over following poor cover, his best stride too late but closed well enough to earn a long look in next.

MANWITHAMISSION (NW2) he roared home from nowhere to crush his foes in last and can take another.

JIMMY BE GOOD (CLM15000) beaten favorite was shuffled badly, rallied well once into gear and cannot be ignored in next.

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