08/24/2016 3:57PM

Pocono: Horses to watch from Aug. 20 - Aug. 23

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Saturday, August 20

SCOTT ROCKS (NW25000) closed well from a distant 3rd over in last has to be considered in next.

LUCAN HANOVER (NW17500) beaten favorite challenged uncovered a long way on a night when speed was holding tough. Can atone in quick order.

K LEES SHAKENBAKE (NW12500) well bet second choice rallied well uncovered and was second best to the odds-on favorite.

HOMICIDE HUNTER (SEBASTIAN K) tucked early, pulled and brushed to the lead as the speed settled, rollled along and drew away impressively. 

Sunday, August 21

HIGHVIEW CONALL N (CLMHCP25/30000) was parked to the lead and was much the best leaving plenty for another win.

DR CS Z TAM (CLM15000) closed well from third over in most recent and earns long look in next.

ROCKIN RAMBARAN (CLMHCP15/20000) beaten favorite appeared to be the winner until a lightning bolt charged through between horses.

TUSCANELLIE (NW7) had to go wide to clearing dying cover and lost valuable time. Beaten favorite can atone in quick order with better trip.

Monday, August 22

SOULFUL DELIGHT (CLM10000) left well, took the lead, got shuffled as speed tired in the final turn, finished well but late once into the lane.

CRUISIN NORTHWEST (CLM10000FM) tucked early, pulled uncovered at the half, rallied steadily and finished next best to the two favorites.

DANCINGWITHDELIGHT (NW5) took the top, yielded, retook and that was that. Well bet favorite should be tough to down in next.

SAINT PATTYS DOLL (NW3000) beaten favorite broke at the start and recovered well coming wide in the final turn and getting up for 2nd. Should be able to score next race or two.

Tuesday, August 23

GALLIE BYTHE BEACH (NW12500M) was parked to the lead, set a good clip and drew away as much the best.

THAT WOMAN HANOVER (NW6000FM) set a good clip and was nailed by the pocket sitter. Beaten favorite should turn it around in next.

LISPATTY (NW17500M) rushed to the lead as the speed settled and was much the best.

ALWAYS DEE ONE (NW3000M) rushed up uncovered, challenged, took the lead, dug in but was nailed late at 15-1.

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