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Woodbine Harness: Horses to watch from March 7 - March 11
By Ken Walters
Thursday, March 7
DONE FOOLN WITCHA (CLM8000FM) Sat in tight quarters seemingly able to make a solid late bid but cleared much too late.
KYLIE HALL (NW2) Left, took the lead, yielded, sat pocket at 29-1, outkicked the favored leader, made a determined bid for the win but was nailed on the wire by a late closer.
JUDGE JON (CLM8000) Was wrapped up snuggly to the wire in front stepping victory and seems more than able to take another.
A REAL COMMITMENT (NW1FM) Came up second best in stretch battle in most recent and should be along in time in near future with same determination.
Friday, March 8
TROTTING R T (NW2) Closed well but late between horses in last and earns a look in next.
THE SUMMER WIND (CLMHCP15/25000FM) Charged home gamely and won last as the favorite. Should be able to get it done again.
STOMPIN TOM CREEK (CLMHCP15/20000) Rallied stoutly but came up a bit short for a distant third over in last effort.
GREYSTONE LADYLIKE (NW4FM) Followed wide into the lane, closed gamely but was nailed on the wire. Beaten favorite can beat most with same move.
Saturday, March 9
TALBOTCREEK JEWELY (NW4) Left,got parked at 67-1,pressed the longshot leader as they dueled to the death but stayed around until mid lane.
MACHS BEACH BOY (NW4) Left, tucked, sat in, improved to the pocket by the lane, cleared too late to launch his bid.
CHUCKALO CADEN (NW8000) Beaten favorite had too far to come in last and the outer flow was too slow to help his cause.
RUSH RULES (NW8000) Was buried to the lane at 28-1, angled out, held off a few challengers to keep third.
Monday, March 11
PACIFIC WESTERN (CLMHCP20/30000) Charged home stoutly from the back of the pack to get the dead heat and can take another.
MANCHESTER (NW1) Raced parked, ranged up, challenged the last three-eighths and dug in gamely while tiring.
DUKESTAR (NW14000) Closed with sharp trot but had too far to come. Gamester is always a threat.
DALLAS SEELSTER (NW2)Rushed to the lead, set the pace under early pressure, put that one away passing the half, battled again with pressure the last quarter and gutted in out but succumbed to the fresher and favored pocket horse.
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