12/21/2015 12:04PM

Woodbine Harness: Horses to watch from Dec. 14 - Dec. 19


Monday, December 14

FIRST IMPRESSION (CLMHCP8/10000) was parked wide to the lead, faced pressure the last three-eighths and tired. 

SUNNY BEACH DAY (NW3000) brushed powerfully through the stetch winning going away.

WINE PHOTO (CLMHCP12/15000) drew off powerfully in front-stepping romp last time and looms as a repeat winner candidate.

DIGGIN IN (NW2) jogged away through the lane as the odds-on favorite and front stepping winner should take another.

SILVERADO (NW1) made a huge uncovered rally to the third panel, challenged, took over and held gamely.

Thursday, December 17

TOY IS OURS (NW2) was parked early failing to find a comfortable tuck, rallied uncovered and tucked past the half, tipped heading home and closed strongly.

KAMIKAZE LINDY (NW2) looked beaten while a distant uncovered and proved 'em wrong by gamely rallying through the stretch to catch the win on the wire.

METTA WORLD PEACE (NW1/2-3YO) finished full of pace from an impossible spot at 10-1 and could get lucky in next race or two.

SHIPPEN OUT (CLMHCP/3-4YO) was parked to a tuck, got buried and then shuffled as speed tired. Cleared mid lane with willing finish but much too late.

Friday, December 18

SPORTS CHIC (NW3100FM) was on the rail in the final turn when the horse in front of her gave way, flashed some good but much too late closing pace once clear.

MAPPOS MOENHAY (NW6000FM) sat pocket and rallied too late on a night when speed horses ruled the roost. She could get lucky in next so do not ignore.

OLE JACK MAGIC (NW3500) finished full of trot from second over and was second best on the track and on the board. Seems more than able to take home a win soon.

AINSLEYNOELLE (NW2FM) finished fast but too late over a speed favoring track and should be considered horse to fear in next outing. 

Saturday, December 19

JULERICA (NW3) beaten favorite had too far to come in last but passed a bunch of foes with strong finish.

CHEYENNE REIDER (CLMHCP25/35000) followed the wide flow in the last turn clearing poor cover but was too late as the two favorites were too hard to nail.

SOMEWHERE FANCY (NW15000) finished fast and game along the rail and ran out of track in last outing.

CAJON LIGHTNING (VALEDICTORY) was second best to favored stablemate in last and should continue to give a solid effort.

ANDREIOS KARDIA (NW7500) was victimized by post 10 and a parked the mile uncovered trip chasing the pace throughout before tiring. Any one of a number of scenarios could increase his chances so do not ignore.

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