02/07/2018 5:07PM

Woodbine Harness: Horses to watch from Feb. 1 - Feb. 5


Thursday, February 1

REGIL TIGER (CLMHCP8/10000) got away well, brushed as the speed settled and never looked back in handy score.

AIR GLIDER (CLMHCP12/15000) tucked but got stuck behind a quitting pocket horse, cleared inside early stretch with strong finish but it was too late. Beaten favorite will atone.

REDHOT ROMEO (NW2) cleared late with willing finish and cannot be ignored.

SAVANNAH SMILES (NW1FM) beaten favorite was at the back of the pack and broke, lost tons of ground but only missed by three-quarters of a length.

ZAMPARA (CLMHCP15/18000) was well bet second choice but cleared too late to five his best effort.

Friday, February 2

DOCS SAUSALITO (CLMHCP8/10000FM) wired the field in handy fashion.

DANGEROUSPRECEDENT (NW6000FM) closed strong from a distant 3rd over.

CIRCLE THE PAGE (BLIZZARD) tucked, brushed, dug in gamely and should do well for awhile.

JUSTASMALLTOWNGIRL (NW3000) challenged uncovered in game effort only to be nailed in the lane by the second over horse in the final.

ABBEYDORNEY (SNOWSHOE) finished fast but late at 60-1 in the final.

Saturday, February 3

EVERY TIME (CLMHCP15/20000FM) tucked to the quarter, pulled to the half, made a strong uncovered move, took the lead into the lane and powered home.

NICKLE BAG (NW9600) closed well from the back of the pack and earns a long look in next race or two.

MODERN REFLECTION (NW14500) was parked the mile from the outside post in last, grinded up chasing the pace and tired but held for third.

NIRVANA SEELSTER (NW28000) wired the field as the odds-on favorite in last and can take another.

Monday, February 5

CROCADILE CANYAN (CLMHCP18/25000) finisheed full of pace from the back of the pack and will be heard from soon.

ANDOVERS CHOICE (CLMHCP12/15000) broke before the start, took back, rallied with strong trot the last quarter and should pick up a win soon.

BIG YELLOW (CLMHCP20/25000) trailed to the lane, closed a ton at 46-1 to nail third.

FRENCH BASTILLE (NW3) wsa parked a long way to grab the engine, met pressure to the lane, got away a little but tired and was nailed by the tripped-out favorite. 


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