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Woodbine Harness: Horses To Watch for December 20 - December 26
By Ken Walters
Thursday, December 20
DREAMFAIR ECLIPSE (NW1/2-3YOF) Tipped out the final turn, swung wide and stormed home but had too far to come as the favored winner was long gone.
DOCS HOPE (NW2FM) Finished fastest from third over but had to haul it a long way through the lane.
LALKA (NW2FM) Rallied gamely to outkicked the favorite for 2nd place.
BRAVEHEARTEDMILLIE (CLMHCP10/12FM) Hit overdrive from third over and outkicked the favorite for 2nd to a wrapped up winner.
Friday, December 21
YACKETY YAK (NW2) Sat on the rail seemingly willing and cleared to late to launch best effort.
THE SUMMER WIND (NW3FM) Followed the winner's cover and rallied with game determination but could not get there.
MORK N LINDY (CLM15000) Rallied gamely uncovered through the stretch but the winner had opened up a good sized lead.
BURNIN MONEY (CLMHCP20/30000) Stormed home with an amazing rush to win last and should be able to take another.
Saturday, December 22
WESLYNN LEGACY (NW3) Sat in the pocket climbing and raging heading home, searched but ran into trouble and broke.
CANADIAN WILDCAT (NW3) Got parked, rated early, rallied to the leader, pressed hard the last half, dug in gamely with late aim on the win but could not hold it.
POUVOIR DUHARAS (NW8000) Tucked early, sat the three ho, angled out, powered home to win going away and should get it done again.
SUNDAY POKER (NW3) Battled the favorite through the lane and was second best at the wire and on the tote board.
Wednesday, December 26
COACH CAL (NW185000/3YO) Cleared too late but had the goods once he found room.
BOXCAR (VALEDICTORY) Got shuffled behind a tired one as the favorite drew away but rallied well to be second best.
COOL GUY (NW13000) Made a big brush to the lead, opened up but gave way over the last sixteenth and was nailed by the fast closing favorite.
GUTSY GREG (NW2) Flashed some good stretch speed between horses to nail second in good effort.
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