Posted by Ken Warkentin on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 7:36 PM


4-Divine Deo – Newcomer for Team Burke romped in her new barn/US debut @ Yonkers, then finished a solid third, strong in the win column & draws well to stalk the speed 


7-Northern Storm – Beaten favorite fought bravely to the wire in a narrow loss last week, sub 1:50 performer here this season has revived on Lasix for Team Alagna 


6-Alumni Seelster – Product of the OSS Grass Roots program raced well in her US debut @ Yonkers for Team Burke & this can be considered a class drop



5-P L Olivia – Really came to life with a wire-to-wire blowout second time Lasix, sports a 1:54.4 Mohawk speed badge & has a big chance to set the tone here


4-Shenzi AS – Was pace compromised & grinded gamely to hit the board in a noteworthy Big M debut last week, draws better, yet her two for 28 record is a concern


1-Pour Me A Double – 2YO rallied to win a nice bounce-back qualifier here last Saturday, Lucas Wallin trainee is two for three, lands the rail & Tetrick



1-Watchmeneighneigh – Beaten favorite had dead aim & couldn’t quite polish it off into strong headwinds last week, yet remains a live item on the rail


6-Kingofthejungle – 10YO warhorse worked out a perfect trip & came up just a neck shy last week, his post is tougher here, but gate speed can put him in play


3-Galactic Galleon N – 0 for 18 this season, finished an even fourth against these last week, draws inside again & still a stalking threat 



1-He’s Electric – Only one for 15 this season, yet been racing well against tougher elsewhere this Fall, look for him to be forwardly placed from the rail


6-Macintosh N – Two for 32 in 2021, just missed in 1:52.3 here back on November 5, gets some substantial class relief again & can push off the wings with speed for position


3-Tuxedo Bay – Go back to that nose loss on the engine from post eight back in late September, draws inside where he can stalk n pop a competitive division 



3-Toddler Tantrum – Just two for 32 this season, thought he have more sustain on a well-rated lead & switches back to claimers to atone for Team Bongiorno


4-Deedenuto A – Has suddenly caught fire winning back-to-back with perfect trips as the favorite for a hot barn & draws well off a new lifetime mark


8-Rycroft – 10Yo has taken a couple of starts to acclimate, rallied to hit the board behind Deedenuto A, stuck farther outside & banks on a hot pace



2-Arnie’s Angel – Bumped into a revved up Norman’s Madeline two starts back, drops back down, finally draws inside & in line for a smooth trip


1-Nimah Franco N – That was quite the wire-to-wire wake up win @ this level in PA three starts back, had excuses in her last two & draws better here


5-Alicorn – After getting wiped out two starts back she bounced back with a solid second as the beaten favorite last week & might be poised for an overdue win



6-Beantown Madness – Nice recovery from an early miscue to grab a piece of the pie in his Big M debut, 3YO trending right & makes his second start here for his new barn


4-Gab In Motion – Beaten even money favorite launched a premature move to a late lead & settled for second, this 4YO is acclimated now & might be ramping up for a score 


3-Big Rich – Interesting 9YO transitions here into the Burke Brigade, would have to turn things around big time, but draws well & gets Tetrick



6-Gottalovemyshadow – Chased a 1:51.4 sizzler last week & was claimed, this mare took a 1:50.2 mark here this season, owns a big kick & she’s strong in the win column


1-Midnight Lightning – One for 28 this season, but raced well here in his last two, just missed with a late surge into headwinds last week & lands the rail again


3-Rock N Blue – Pretty consistent gelding ships in fresh off a solid second @ Harrah’s Philadelphia & draws well to set up his preferred stalking style



4-Lightfootedlegend – Was caught in an impossible spot after a slow start from post seven last Saturday, a solid second before that, now drops back down & draws better


1-Melania – Tough to gauge this filly after a rare miscue in her Big M debut, her previous form was promising & now Team Svanstedt has listed Dexter Dunn from the rail


5-Skyway Kon Man – The Kon Man finished an even fifth while pace compromised last Saturday & now dips back to a more competitive level for Team Cullipher 



4-Bruce’s Magic – Classy 9YO draws well fresh off a winning rally as the favorite, the competitive nature of this division & John Calabrese patience sets up a possible repeat


3-Cecil Casanova – Roared home from last to just miss last week, 1:51.2 performer here this season draws inside to set up another late charge from closer to the pace


1-Elysium Seelster – Nailed by a longshot last week & has been right there in the photo in her last three, sharp mare on the rail where she can set up another stalking trip



2-Major Occasion A – Classy 1:48.1 performer was right there a close third in the photo behind Annabelle Hanover on November 5, now tough to gauge after missing a month, but draws inside & might be worth a swing


5-Priceless – Hammered down to even money & promptly motored all the way in decisive fashion last week, she looks like the one to catch again for Team Orange Crush


3-Annabelle Hanover – Solid runner up to an uncatchable Priceless last week, remains a strong contender for Team Cullipher with a chance to turn the tables



3-Beyond Words N – Closed from a tough spot to grab second in an excellent bounce-back mile, now makes her key third start off the bench from an improved post


1-Extrilla Hanover – Managed to turn things around with aggressive handling & prevailed in a bitter battle last week & rewarded with the rail for Team Burke


6-So Miki Hanover – Forced wide from a difficult spot & picked up minor spoils chasing the standout Priceless, this filly can kick home sharply & just needs the right set up










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Ken Warkentin has been a member of the award-winning broadcast team at Meadowlands Racetrack as the Track Announcer and television commentator for 25 years. Ken has appeared on national television networks such as ESPN, called 15 editions of the $1 million Hambletonian, and worked as a member of the broadcast team for NBC Sports and CBS Sports.

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