Lookin At Lee 2017 Belmont

Lookin At Lee Understated At Belmont

Lookin At Lee is ready for the 2017 Belmont Stakes, but not too many will be discussing him. That’s too bad because if the colt has proven anything, it’s that he can compete at the highest levels offered by this season’s three-year-old crop. After finishing second in the Kentucky Derby and fourth in the Preakness Stakes, Lookin At Lee will be one of just two horses that will compete in all three legs of the Triple Crown this year.

That’s notably impressive for a horse that was a 20/1 longshot at Churchill Downs just five weeks ago.

Despite being the son of 2010 Preakness Stakes winner Lookin At Lucky, there was nothing to suggest that this particular contender was going to be…well…uh…a contender. His best effort was a third place run in the Arkansas Derby behind Classic Empire, who is the only other three-year-old to compete in all the Triple Crown legs this season.

Before that Lookin At Lee had posted sixth in the Rebel Stakes and third in the Southwest Stakes. Prior that? He ran fourth in the 2016 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile which was won by Classic Empire.

All things considered, however, Lookin At Lee has the feeling of a horse that could randomly have his day making him a decent standalone play. At the very least he’s what I like to call a parlay stuffer. The Belmont Stakes is hard enough at a gargantuan 1 1/2 miles, so I like to invest in horses that like to compete. Covering the distance is one thing, but showing up to race is the real ticket.

“He came back great and I thought it went perfect,” said Toby Sheets, an assistant to head trainer Steven Asmussen. “He seems to really like Belmont. We got great weather this morning, so that always helps.”

It’s no doubt that the Belmont Stakes is a true gamble. The distance is simply agonizing. But Lookin At Lee being healthy enough to compete in the race after drilling well in the lead-up shows a lot of promise. There’s no way his connections would run him in this race given how hard the Triple Crown schedule is. Very rarely do owners and trainers push horses this hard when they don’t have anything at stake other than a win itself.

The 2017 Belmont Stakes field is taking shape and we’ll know who’s where on Wednesday. But it would be silly to overlook a hearty competitor like Lookin At Lee. With top-four finishers in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, he offers the type of consistency you like to see in a horse prior to the final leg of the Triple Crown. A win bet is hard to swallow considering that Classic Empire has shown the same resolve, but the Belmont makes mice out of the mighty. This very well could be the moment that Lookin At Lee has been waiting for.

2017 Preakness Stakes coverage

NBC Ready for Preakness Stakes Coverage

After delivering some monster ratings in the Kentucky Derby, NBC will look to continue building momentum with its 2017 Preakness Stakes coverage.

There’s no doubt that NBC Sports has been pivotal in growing interest in Thoroughbred racing. They’ve done a masterful job of building multiple platforms for viewers to watch both at home and on-the-go. The 2017 Kentucky Derby drew 16.4 million viewers, which is the highest mark attained since 1989. They will hope for big numbers at the upcoming Preakness as well.

2017 Preakness Stakes Coverage Schedule
Friday, May 19th – Black Eyed Susan Stakes (3pm EST on NBCSN)
Saturday, May 20th – Preakness Stakes Coverage (2:30pm EST on NBCSN)
Saturday, May 20th – 142nd Preakness Stakes (5pm EST on NBC)

NBC Sports will also provide bonus Preakness Stakes coverage through their online portals. Fans can access the NBC’s All Access page for more in-depth analysis of the race, along with online broadcasts for the preliminary races as well. This will include breakdowns from various commentators using replays.

The highlight of the Saturday broadcast aside from the 142nd Preakness Stakes will be a feature on trainer Todd Pletcher and another on jockey John Velazquez, the duo entrusted with handling Always Dreaming. The seven-time Eclipse Award winner for Outstanding Trainer has a pair of Kentucky Derby victories and two Belmont Stakes wins, but hasn’t finished better than third in the Preakness Stakes. And that was way back in 2000 with Impeachment. This will be a big Saturday for Pletcher as he hopes to complete the set.

The team that usually brings you the action will be on hand to deliver the Preakness Stakes coverage as well. The coordinating producer of NBC’s horse racing coverage is Rob Hyland, who has been a veteran of the sport since 2001. The Preakness Stakes is directed by Sunday Night Football and NBC Sports’ horse racing director, Drew Esocoff. The coverage on NBCSN is produced by Billy Matthews and directed by Kaare Numme. The executive producer of NBC Sports and NBCSN is Sam Flood, who has produced 14 Triple Crown races for the network.


2017 Triple Crown Always Dreaming

Can Always Dreaming Win 2017 Triple Crown?

The lead-up to the 2017 Triple Crown was marred in mystery. No horse had a definitive edge over the other. Classic Empire held fast as the 4/1 favorite but had a rocky road along the derby trail. McCraken, Irish War Cry and many others rose to the challenge during the prep race season but never cemented themselves as a rock solid option. The only horse that seemed to be trending along the right path was Always Dreaming.

So when the 5/1 second choice in the derby was doing all the right things in the final week of prep prior to the first leg of the 2017 Triple Crown, I lobbied to back him. The bet paid off. Always Dreaming won the Kentucky Derby handedly and has now collected four straight victories by a combined winning margin of 23 1/2 lengths.

Always Dreaming’s only other stakes victory in his career was in the Florida Derby, a race he won easily while being hand ridden by John Velazquez. As my colleagues have written, Always Dreaming is already at Pimlico Racecourse and seems to be settling in quite nicely. “The race, I think, took nothing out of him. We’re happy. He bounced back almost immediately,” said Gina DePasquale, an assistant trainer to Todd Pletcher who has been part of his stable for over two decades.

People close to horse racing know that maintaining health is the most important element to winning all three legs, and the 2017 Triple Crown will be no different. California Chrome sort-of broke down by the time he arrived at the Belmont in 2014. Nyquist and Exaggerator just weren’t good enough amidst a competitive field. Others like I’ll Have Another and Big Brown have simply not been able to survive the gruelling challenge that the Triple Crown represents. Simply put, it’s not easy, which is one of the many reasons the trilogy is so special.

Two years ago, American Pharoah dazzled audiences around the world by stomping the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont fields. It was a milestone accomplishment both for the horse, his connections and the sport itself since Affirmed was the last horse to win a Triple Crown in 1978. There was growing concern that the biggest achievement possible in this sport was now unattainable given how good breeding, training and preparation was getting across the board.

That brings us to the strength of the field in this year’s 2017 Triple Crown. It’s apparent that Always Dreaming is on another level. The fact that he enters the Preakness with so much positive energy flowing around him buoys the fact that he doesn’t have that many contenders to deal with outside of himself. As long as he shows up with his best effort, he should have no problem dispatching of his rivals. And that’s fine – nobody ever remembers who strong a field is for a Triple Crown.

That could be a bigger story given how weak the 2017 Triple Crown field feels, but the fact that we could be staring at yet another historic champion is an absolutely exciting development. It’s a story that we were frankly unsure of just a few days ago. A strong run in the Preakness could set up big numbers for the Belmont, which would ultimately lead to promising outputs for thoroughbred racing, its broadcasting partners and sportsbooks around the world.

Always Dreaming, you have our attention.

2016 eclispe award nominees

2016 Eclipse Award Nominees Announced

The 2016 Eclipse Award nominees were announced on January 5th, and leading the way are California Chrome, Arrogate and Songbird who each earned nods for Horse of the Year.

Each of those oustanding performers also find themselves in the appropriate age/gender categories as well. California Chrome is one of the 2016 Eclipse Award nominees for Older Horse of the Year along with Frosted and Lord Nelson. It’s virtually impossible for either of those to build a case for outclassing California Chrome in this category.

Arrogate, who capped the season with an awesome Breeders’ Cup Classic victory, will contend with Exaggerator and Nyquist for the award given to the best amongst three-year-old colts. The 2016 Kentucky Derby winner and the 2016 Preakness Stakes winner have both since retired, while Arrogate is poised to have an incredible four-year-old campaign. Arrogate did not compete in the Triple Crown series, or any of the prep races, as a late bloomer who emerged out of nowhere at the Travers Stakes in August.

Songbird is in the three-year-old fillies category along side Cathryn Sophia and Queen’s Trust and the previously undefeated champion is more likely to win here than as the Horse of the Year. Had she fended Beholder at the Breeders’ Cup Distaff, there might be a genuine argument for her taking top honours.

A full list of the 2016 Eclipse Award nominees can be found below. The awards ceremony will be held on January 21st at Gulfstream Park.

Horse of the Year Finalists: Arrogate, California Chrome, Songbird
Two-Year-Old Male: Classic Empire, Not This Time  , Practical Joke
Two-Year-Old Filly: Champagne Room, Lady Aurelia, New Money Honey
Three-Year-Old Male: Arrogate, Exaggerator, Nyquist  
Three-Year-Old Filly: Cathryn Sophia, Queen’s Trust, Songbird
Older Dirt Male: California Chrome, Frosted  , Lord Nelson
Older Dirt Female: Beholder, Cavorting, Stellar Wind
Male Sprinter: A.P. Indian, Drefong, Lord Nelson
Female Sprinter: Finest City, Haveyougoneaway, Paulassilverlining
Male Turf Horse: Flintshire (GB), Highland Reel, Tourist  
Female Turf Horse: Lady Eli, Miss Temple City, Tepin
Steeplechase Horse: Rawnaq (IRE), Scorpiancer (IRE), Top Striker
Owner: Juddmonte Farms, Ken and Sarah Ramsey, Spendthrift Farm
Breeder: Clearsky Farms, Darley, WinStar Farm
Trainer: Bob Baffert, Chad Brown, Mark Casse
Jockey: Javier Castellano, Jose Ortiz, Mike Smith
Apprentice Jockey: Kevin Gomez, Lane Luzzi, Luis Ocasio

Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash 2016

Stallwalkin’ Dude Heads Francis Memorial Dash

The Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash will snap open its gates this coming weekend from Laurel Park. A field of nine will be piloted from the outside with Stallwalkin’ Dude and X Y Jet set to go head-to-head from the start.

Stallwakin’ Dude will challenge from the outermost post as the 5/2 favorite after a win at the Bold Ruler Stakes. The six-year-old gelding has been a strong threat all year long with a record of 3-1-1 in seven starts. David Jacobson and his team are excited to see what their contender can accomplish in what’s expected to be his final contest of the year.

“Any graded race is huge but when you’ve competed so hard for so many times against all these great horses, to finally win one of those was a little extra special,” Jacobson said of Stallwalkin’ Dude. “To be able to campaign for as long as he’s been campaigning at this level is very impressive.”

It’s worth noting that the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash will be the eighth race for Stallwalkin’ Dude, but he seems to be in strong form heading in. “It’s one race at a time, and right now it looks like he’s right there at the top of his game and we’re going to take advantage of it.”

X Y Jet will post up next to the favorite as the 9/5 second choice, but is coming off a poor showing at the 2016 Vosburgh which was perfectly explainable by his trainer. “We did surgery on him and he was out for three months. He came back in training again and it was another three months, but he’s ready,” trainer Jorge Navarro said. X Y Jet was essentially caught in an unexpected drag race at the Vosburgh, but a lighter pace will benefit him in the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash. “I watched the races at Belmont for the last two months and there was nothing even close going that fast. He came out of the last race really good. He’s ready.”

The flier play for the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash is Ivan Fullanovalot, who made his season debut at the David M. Vance Stakes in a romping triumph. At 7-2-0 in 10 starts, his only falter was at the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Sprint. Problematic feet have held him back for the entire year, but when he’s always a worthy play at his peak.

“Once we got ready to roll again, there’s not that many kinds of races around there where we’re at, so we headed off this way,” stated his trainer. “He comes back good. He knows his job and he tends to business. He doesn’t get worried about much. He’s pretty relaxed and on race day he knows what he’s doing.”

Overall, the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash has the makings of a three-horse battle. An exacta box on X Y Jet and Stallwalkin’ Dude is the most logical play.

Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash – Saturday, November 19th at Laurel Park (6:35pm EST)
6 Furlongs – 3+ Year Olds – $250,000

PP Horse Jockey Wgt Trainer M/L
1 Sonny Inspired (MD) Jevian Toledo 118 Phil Schoenthal 20/1
2 Ivan Fallunovalot (TX) Calvin H. Borel 118 W. T. Howard 5/1
3 Pomeroy’s Package (FL) Hector Caballero 118 Mario Serey, Jr. 20/1
4 Weekend Hideaway (NY) Paco Lopez 118 Philip M. Serpe 6/1
5 Life in Shambles (KY) Ricardo Santana, Jr. 118 Steven M. Asmussen 8/1
6 Final Prospect (MD) UNKNOWN 118 Gary Capuano 20/1
7 Rockinn On Bye (MD) Taylor M. Hole 118 Stephen M. Casey 15/1
8 X Y Jet (FL) Emisael Jaramillo 118 Jorge Navarro 9/5
9 Stallwalkin’ Dude (FL) Joe Bravo 118 David Jacobson 5/2

Final Friday at Saratoga – Two Turf Sprints

Closing Weekend at Saratoga with Picks and Analysis in Friday’s Turf Races

The final weekend of the Saratoga meet concludes Monday, September 5 on Labor Day. Friday’s card is not too enticing, but let’s look at a  pair of 5 ½ furlong turf sprints in the sixth and eighth race.

Friday, September 2

#2 Bellavais (8-1) is a well-bred Tapit colt making his debut in Race No. 6. He’s also a half to Grade I winner Winter Memories. Bellavais is working super strong for trainer James Toner with a solid pattern over the track that includes five furlongs in 59.98 and three furlongs in 36.85 in his final tune-up August 28.  Wide open with full field, consider at 8-1 with Franco aboard.

#7 Black Canary is the favorite at 2-1 and also training super for Mark Casse and is well meant against a mediocre group. Black Canary is by War Front, a top early win sire. In early August he breezed three furlongs in 36.56 and his final tune-up was four furlongs in 48.58.

#9 K J Warrior (4-1) is debuting for trainer Steve Asmussen, but drills have been slow. #3 Take a Stroll (12-1) is a half to turf winner Son of Oahu and should take to the turf quite nicely. The fillies last work was 8/19 going five furlongs in 102.80; the fourth best of 37 that day. #4 Orecchiette (7/2) has slow works but a good combo with trainer Todd Pletcher and rider Javier Castellano. Include. #8 Foreign Affair (8-1) probably better at longer.

Race No. 8 is a $25,000 claimer also at 5 ½ furlongs on the turf. A full field of 12 #3 Goodbye Sorrow (3-1) was a game second last time out and has also strung four races together telling us she’s healthy, and now facing the worst group she’s ever lined up against. She’ll get to the lead at the quarter pole with few late threats. The one to beat. #6 Sunrise Kitty (7-2) is also stringing four races together, and was third behind Goodbye Sorrow last time out and is versatile. She’ll likely sit just off the flank of the top pick throughout, easy to find a win down the lane here. #8 Two Pump (4-1) drops in class and rallied gamely late two back for trainer David Jacobson and now switches surface. She will benefit if the pace heats up.

Check out the scratches and changes for Friday’s races at Saratoga, along with all the entries and post times for today’s races.

2016 Pacific Classic results

2016 Pacific Classic Owned By ‘Chrome’

The 2016 Pacific Classic promised to be one of two things: an affirmation of California Chrome, or the most exciting upset of the entire year. Going off as the even money favorite, the Art Sherman trainee responded to the presence of Beholder and Dortmund by leading the field the entire way at the Del Mar race. The best three horses finished in the top three for those smart enough to box them all together for a big payout.

It was a slightly messy start, but California Chrome emerged from the early stages with a clear line to the front of the pack. He would take them out on a swift half-mile at :47.29 and demanded a strong pace from Beholder, a 3/1 third choice and Dortmund at 2/1. Those three were clearly a notch above the rest. It wasn’t even really all that close.

Leading by three lengths as they broke out of the back stretch, California Chrome sat comfortably in first and the drama increased as Beholder and Dortmund made a big move to push the pace entering the final sprint. But Victor Espinoza barely had to ask his horse for anything, and he rocketed down the stretch, with an unreal canter towards the finish line to dominate the 2016 Pacific Classic and earn the win.

It was the first time that Beholder posted back-to-back losses in her entire career. The champion mare last placed behind Stellar Wind at the Clement Hirsch Stakes. Dortmund, who drove California Chrome to the wire at the San Diego Handicap, simply didn’t have the gusto he had showed in that race. To put it simply, there was never any doubt who owned this race.

As the winner of the 2016 Pacific Classic, California Chrome has booked a free pass to the Breeders’ Cup Classic. It’s assumed that Beholder and Dortmund will both find their way in to that $6 million race as well by the time we get to the world championships.

“He’s just Chrome,” Sherman said gleefully after booking the 2016 Pacific Classic victory. “I just can’t believe that I’m lucky enough to have him. I’m almost sure he’ll be in the Hall of Fame, with all the records and everything. It will be great to say, ‘Hey, I trained a horse in the Hall of Fame.’ It’s a great privilege.”

California Chrome paid out $4.20, $2.60, and $2.20 across the board. Beholder returned $3.20 and $2.60, and Dortmund rewarded $2.40 to show in the 2016 Pacific Classic.

Aztec Brave Wins Mystic Lake Mile at Canterbury

Aztec Brave Rewards Bettors as Favorite in Mystic Lake Mile

On one of the biggest racing cards of the meet at Canterbury, Aztec Brave stalked and pounced to a Father’s Day victory in the $100,000 Mystic Lake Mile. The 5-year-old French-bred gelding ran 1-mile on firm turf in 1:35.95 and paid $6 as the favorite with Chris Rosier in the irons.

Aztec Brave stalked the leader in the early stages under a firm rating. He continued with a steady bid to assert himself midway through the far turn then raced forward into the upper stretch before moving clear and bounded home in the late stages to win by 1 ½ lengths. Second choice Granny’s Kitten rallied from off the pace for second and Nun the Less finished third as the 9-2 third choice.

Aztec Brave is trained by Joe Sharp, and he was claimed for just $30,000 in October, 2014 by owner Brad Grady. He had three wins last year before picking up his first win of 2016 on Sunday.

“This horse has been something special to us,” said Sharp. “Brad Grady has been a huge part of where I am today, and this was one of the first horses we claimed together. We’re lucky to have a horse like this.”

The fourth running of the Mystic Lake Mile was “a nice Father’s Day present,’’ said Sharp, who has two children and another on the way.

Canterbury Park continues to draw well with attendance, and the track with the lowest takeout rate in the country enjoyed a big day of betting on Sunday with their two featured races in the Mystic Lake Mile and Lady Canterbury.

Exaggerator Looks Best at Belmont

Preakness Winner Exaggerator Poised for Another Big Run at Belmont

The 148th running of the Belmont Stakes is set for Saturday, and Preakness winner Exaggerator is the one to beat as the race favorite. Many fans and bettors are going to line up on the Curlin colt, who has shown a big closing kick along with sharp speed in a number of Grade 1 races including the Preakness, Santa Anita Derby and second place finish in the Kentucky Derby.

While just three of the last 15 Belmont Stakes favorites have crossed the finish line first, including last year’s Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, it’s clear that Exaggerator looks best as we near the starting gate Saturday.

His trainer, Keith Desormeaux says the dark bay colt is ready to run a big race at Belmont.

“You couldn’t get him any better than he is now. He’s very sound, he’s very fresh. He seems very confident,” Desormeaux told reporters after Exaggerator’s walk on a sunny but blustery cool Thursday at Belmont Park.

“I talk about his antics and his energy all the time but it’s controlled energy. It’s not nervous. He’s very confident and he should be sitting on a huge race.”

Desormeaux was unconcerned about starting so far outside in the one-lap race despite the short run to the first turn.

The starting gate is positioned at the finish line for the Belmont just three-sixteenths of a mile from the clubhouse turn.

“Just because it’s a little shorter run into the first turn here, it seems it would be a disadvantage to be on the outside,” Desormeaux acknowledged.

“If I had a speed horse, I’d be worried. But Exaggerator breaks, drops the bit and relaxes so he should have plenty of opportunity to drop in closer to the rail going into that first turn.”

Desormeaux’s optimism is further fueled by confidence in his jockey, Hall of Famer Kent Desormeaux, the trainer’s younger brother who won the 2009 Belmont aboard Summer Bird among seven Triple Crown race victories.

“The more experienced, the more tactical hands you can have has got to be for the better, and I think I’ve got a pretty good jockey,” Keith Desormeaux said.

In addition, Exaggerator posted the highest Beyer Speed Figure (103) of any horse in the final Kentucky Derby prep races with his win in the Santa Anita Derby. He came out of the Derby in good shape and the won the Preakness on quick turnaround posting the best Beyer (101) in that race. If speed and stamina are key strengths to winning the grueling 1.5 mile Belmont, then Exaggerator looks best to Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens as well.

“I think Exaggerator will win it (Belmont),” Stevens said. “It takes speed and stamina to win it. Speed is always dangerous in any race but you got to have stamina and you’ve got to have a patient ride.”

Land Over Sea will run in the 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes

Big Names Missing From 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes

The 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes will precede the Preakness this coming Friday and there are many big names missing from the field. Namely, three of the most popular fillies on the three-year old circuit are electing to skip the race for various reasons. That could leave the door open for another fan favorite.

Conspicuous by their absence is Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia, who has been announced for the grade-one Acorn Stakes on June 11th instead. The quick turnaround for Cathryn Sophia isn’t too her liking. She has had at least one month off between races in her career, where she remains 5-0-1 in six starts.

Also missing from the gate will be Songbird, who is still recovering from a battle with a fever. “Each horse is different in dealing with a fever. She got over it in quick fashion. There was nothing abnormal,” noted Dan Ward, an assistant trainer to Jerry Hollendorfer. “Her blood was always good, so it was easy to get over. She’s just happy to be back in training.” There is no timetable for her return to competition but it’s a shame that the champion filly will miss yet another high stakes race.

Rachel’s Valentina is likely back to the drawing board after a disappointing finish at the Kentucky Oaks where she drifted to 6th despite standing as the 7/2 favorite. With three crushing defeats in a row, Todd Pletcher and his team will look to retool the remainder of her season. That means skipping the 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes.

Go Maggie Go enters the race as the presumed favorite at 5/2, which is based largely on what she’s accomplished over a brilliant career despite a 4th place finish at the Kentucky Oaks. She travelled poorly in that race and struggled immensely with the traffic, which might be problematic for her in the 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes given that it will host a massive, 14-filly field.

The remaining field will be led by fan favorite Land Over Sea, who placed 2nd for the fifth time in her career. The often-ran product out of Doug O’Neill’s camp is back at it again in what’s been an undeniably busy schedule for her this year. The 2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes will be her 4th race this year after competing five times last year. She is 2-5-0 in all nine starts. It’s hard not to cheer for the efforts of Land Over Sea, who is a strong 2/1 starter and a sentimental pick for all the right reasons.

2016 Black Eyed Susan Stakes (Friday, May 20th @ Pimlico Race Course)
(1 1/8m, $250,000, 3 y/o fillies — Race 11 at 4:50pm EST)

PP Horse Jockey Wgt Trainer M/L
1 A P Majetstic (PA) Victor R. Carrasco 116 Michael J. Trombetta 30/1
2 Dothraki Queen (KY) Julien R. Leparoux 120 Kenneth G. McPeek 15/1
3 Land Over Sea (KY) Mario Gutierrez 122 Doug F. O’Neill 2/1
4 Ma Can Do It (KY) Brian Joseph Hernandez, Jr. 116 Dale L. Romans 30/1
5 Go Maggie Go (KY) Luis Saez 122 Dale L. Romans 5/2
6 She’s a Warrior (KY) Gary L. Stevens 116 Peter Eurton 6/1
7 Downdraft (KY) Angel Cruz 116 James L. Lawrence, II 30/1
8 Double Entendre (KY) Scott Spieth 116 Peter R. Walder 30/1
9 Midnight On Oconee (KY) Gabriel Saez 116 J. Larry Jones 15/1
10 Kinsley Kisses (KY) John R. Velazquez 116 Todd A. Pletcher 6/1
11 In the Navy Now (KY) Trevor McCarthy 116 Michael J. Trombetta 30/1
12 Flora Dora (FL) Junior Alvarado 122 Marialice Coffey 30/1
13 Cced (KY) Florent Geroux 116 Steven M. Asmussen 15/1
14 Mom’s On Strike (FL) Joseph Rocco, Jr. 116 Joe Sharp 15/1