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Kent Stakes Betting – Respectable Opponents Facing Off In Delaware On Saturday

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 9/21/2011 7:44:08 PM
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Youngsters, especially fillies, going long on the grass is a recipe for long shots, and that is what may be in store for online betting enthusiasts in the Breeders’ Cup $1,000,000 Juvenile Fillies Turf at a mile but before we get into BC action, let’s glance at the $250,000 Kent Stakes at Delaware Saturday.

The horse to beat in the Kent is Willcox Inn, but that runner is hung out in post 13 in the 9-furlong turf stakes and could be compromised by the slot.

Horse betting enthusiasts should take a long look at J W Blue, who is making his turf debut. The Anthony Dutrow ran a solid third in Stay Thirsty’s Travers and he has a right to adore grass. His stakes winning dam was 3 for 4 on grass and kin Rockall Blizzard won a turf stakes in Ireland. If you can get 7-2, jump on it.

Alaura Michele will not likely be one of the long shots if she shows for the event, as she seems to be getting it together in a hurry. After a troubled debut when she stumbled, this Bill Mott student overcame a rough journey to graduate by over 4 lengths, then proved it was not a mirage when she repeated in the $75,000 P. G. Johnson Stakes with a 75 Beyer.

The daughter of Arch has natural speed but showed a new wrinkle taking the Johnson and she is in the right hands. And there are some things to like on the bottom side, as her winning dam is kin to a 6-figure earner in Japan.

Aidan O’Brien may have the one to deny in the classy filly Maybe, who took the ‘win and you’re in’ Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes in August to remain unbeaten after 5 starts.

She has the class on the bottom side to have an extremely bright future. Her winning dam is kin to several winners including Group 1 winner and near $600,000 player Dancing Rain.

Online horse betting fans should pay strict attention to the winner of the Grade 3 Natalma at Woodbine. Last year New Normal won that race, then tried the BC Juvenile Turf but was overwhelmed by the large field and just did not show her top stuff.

Another million will be on the line in the Filly and Mare Sprint at 7 furlongs and the field should be fully subscribed.

Turbulent Descent will be one tough customer if she makes it to Kentucky. Trained by the red-hot Mike Puype, this miss took the Grade 1 Test at Saratoga in August with a 103 Beyer. It was her third Grade 1 victory of the year and she had a legit excuse of the mud in the Acorn in her June effort.

Tanda will have to prove she can handle conventional dirt but she has been coming around quickly. She won her third career Grade 3 race at Del Mar in August and is in the hands of one of the best trainers on the West Coast, Mike Mitchell.

Embur’s Song will have to be followed just because of whom she takes directions from of late. Todd Pletcher has another solid runner in this gal. She hails from the family of Canadian champion Eternal Search, has won 6 of 11 races lifetime and has earned nearly $600,000.

Since this is at the extremely demanding distance of 7 furlongs and since the race figures to entice a full field of 14, it may come down to racing luck, so try to concentrate on a runner that has tactical speed and is NOT at the mercy of a hot pace and a perfect trip.



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