11/21/2012 3:20PM

Woodbine: Horses To Watch for November 15 - November 19

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Thursday, November 15

FORK (NW1/2-3YO) Powered home to crush the odds-on favorite in last and should be able to take it to the house again.

MAKES HER MARK (NW1/2-3YOF) too the top, yielded and was shuffled, pulled uncovered, challenged the favorite, gamed out a dead heat for the win.

PAINTING THE TOWN (CLMHCP10/15000/3YOF) Cleared too late between horses but would have made it much closer at the wire.

PINNER (CLM10000) Got stuck behind a wall of horses in the stretch, angled out near the wire with willing finish.

Friday, November 16

P L EARL (CLMHCP20/25000) Was on the lead, looked like a winner only to be urged too late to ward off a game rallying foe.

SHADYS M THREE (OntS3YOF) Was moving best at the wire but had found her stride too late and had too much ground to make up.

ONE MORE GINNY (NW2) Was going strong and easy through the lane to live up to favorite role and has another win in the tank.

COOK OFF (CLM15000) Left well, took the top, yielded, retook, met pressure the final quarter from the fresher favored winner, dug in but could not last.

Saturday, November 17

SPARKY MARK (NW14500) Left to the top, yielded, sat pocket and never cleared. Not only did the beaten favorite need the tightener he had an excuse. Should jog in next.

JUST FRED (NW5000) Was a streak roaring through the lane in last but it came too late.

TAMARIND (NW5000) Was the victim of a bad trip in last as he was forced to go wide too early to clear traffic and had to race uncovered a long way challenging the pace.

LIFEIMITTATESART (NW4) Finished full of pace from a tough trip 3rd over and could take it next time with better trip.

Monday, November 19

POLICYMAKER (NW1/2-3YO) Was easily second best in down the road effort in breaker shortened field.

SHE WEARS IT WELL (NW3) Had to far to come over speed favoring track in last but the beaten favorite flashed a good closing kick.

VACATION DAY (NW23500) Got locked in suicidal speed duel last time challenging the entire mile and tired but survived better than the pacesetter.

E W FISHER (NW23500) Got stuck in tight quarters when it counted as the long battling leaders gave way in the stretch.