03/14/2012 3:29PM

Woodbine Harness: Horses To Watch for March 8 - March 12


Thursday, March 8

BALBRIGGAN FOX (CLMHCP12/15000) Chased the favored winner home second best in last and should be a forward factor for near future.

LIFES CALL (NW1FM) Charged home quickly from an impossible spot chasing the front stepper over a speed favoring track.

ROCK AN ROLLING (CLMHCP10/12000) Was so far back in last she was only a blip on most radar but finished with a flourish.

HOPE FOR PADDY (NW3FM) Was absolutely out of it early in a major traffic jam at the rear but stepped it up to the third panel, followed a wide flow and gobbled up ground quickly to nail the win. Should be able to get another with any kind of trip.

Friday, March 9

CAPRICCIO HANOVER (CLMHCP20/25000) Finished fast to crush last field and can hardly be ignored in next.

HIGHLAND DANCER (NW8000FM) Battled gamest for 2nd to well bet winner and should always be considered a threat.

DO ME HONOR (NW13000FM) Was in extreme traffic conditions latest effort and hardly had a chance to show her stuff. Do not ignore.

CACTUS JACK (CLMHCP20/25000) Had to far to come in last but finished with a flourish.

LAST CALL HANOVER (NW5000) Got jammed up tight on the rail seeming to have enough to launch a bid and cleared too late to make it his best bid.

Saturday, March 10

ROETHBLISSBERGER (NW4) Was raging with pace in last stuck between horses and never cleared.

MIDNITE ROMP (NW14000) Closed fast from the edge of nowhere in last effort. Do not ignore :26 last panels.

MACH WHEEL (CAMFELLA) Was rushed up uncovered to challenge a monster (Modern Legend) in the final. That move puts many foes away. 

Monday, March 12

LAKEFIELD (NW2000) Left well, tucked, sat to the lane, tried to find room to rally, tipped too late to show his best stuff but went willingly when free.

REVENUE AGENT (NW3) Flashed good late foot from the back of the pack in last and earns a look in next.

RAMEGADE BRUISER (NW5000) Got parked from the start, challenged uncovered a long way and stayed close until the last eighth.

ARPEGGIO HANOVER (NW2) Beaten favorite was parked a long way, ranged up, challenged the last quarter, dug in but faltered late to miss the whole ball of wax by three-quarters.