Posted by Ken Warkentin on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 7:54 PM


2-Windsong Parisian – 3YO filly offered a noteworthy rally for second to Glenferrie Bronte N in her much-needed Big M debut & draws inside again to build on that & possibly turn the tables


6-Glenferrie Bronte N – 8YO came to within a few ticks of her lifetime mark with a first over crush @ 9-1 last week, The Mann no doubt has this veteran mare on her toes


4-Summer Rock – Hammered down to just 5-1 & it took four starts since switching to Robert Lounsbury to really turn her game around, first over crushing score gave Hunter Oakes his first Big M win



5-Very Very Fast – Go back to his gallant second to Misslarose from post ten on 10-25, draws a bit better for another shot at this reduced level & got to like his high number in the win column


1-Say You Do – 11-time winner this season, beaten favorite used too hard from post eight & still held second to The Last Chapter, draws inside that rival with a 1:51.4 mark here this season


3-Silvermass Volo – Second in his last three, made up a lot of ground to get within a length of Uncle Hanover last week, bumped up in class, yet draws better to get within closer striking range in this competitive match up



1-Mayfair Johnny B – Something tells me this gelding has more in the tank, suffered from a real slow start from post nine last week, has a big chance to save ground & pounce late at a price

7-U Need Stones – Burke trainee returns primed from a nearly three-month layoff off a strong qualifier here, fresh Big M lover can fire out again steal away from a lackluster field


4-Majestic Sunset – Offered a bit more late life to hit the board in his second start off the bench with trotting hopples added, now his post improves & he knows how to get it done here



4-Wise Image – Only one for 18 this season, but that was a 1:50 mark here, freshened with four months off, qualified okay & returns in a softer spot for Team Harmon


2-Bettor Spirits N – Been holding his own against better company @ Saratoga in his last few, very competitive in this series here before that, look for him to protect his inside post & fire out close to the pace  


7-Polak A – Just one for 28 in 2019, but this is a classy 11YO who was nosed out in 1:51.4 @ Pocono recently, gets some class relief, changes barns & venues, can’t be ignored



1-Village Jackson – 1:51.1 winner here this season not strong in the win column, yet seems to have been hinting in his last two, now switches to Tetrick & lands the rail


3-Preppy Art – Was a well-meant repeater when he outgamed the favorite Walks Of Life from post ten last week, moves inside fresh off the claim & rammed right back in for the same price


7-Daylyn Horizon – Gave him a big chance in his last two & couldn’t get by Preppy Art, draws post seven again, his start has to be better & the pace must be hot



7-JK Captain Jack – 3YO has been flying under the radar on the comeback trail for Juan Cano, closed from tenth into a :53.4 back half last week & finds a camera-shy bunch


1-Titanium N – Yonkers invader has struggled through a one for 34 season, plummets down the class ladder, lands the rail here + adds our Driver of the Week


2-Hudsonandbernard – Was really steamrolling off the fast fractions & just missed two starts back, simply out of range, while pacing home in :54.4 last week & now draws better



6-Zlatan – With a 1:52.3 mark here this season this gelding has been edging closer to another win, just missed last week with a strong late surge, don’t mind the step up off a sharp loss


8-Union Forces – 3YO suddenly got his act together & romped for Team Orange Crush from the same post a couple of weeks ago & this could be construed as a class drop


2-Mystical Motor – The Motor was revved up winning his first two fresh off the bench, then rallied solidly for third against this kind last week & lands inside to trip out



7-Believe In Me – Has been knocking on the door against better @ Yonkers, only three for 32 this season, but this Brett Pelling trainee has been dangerous here in the past


4-Brooklyn Lilacs – Beat these with a mighty :26.4 & new mark of 1:50.3 two starts back, rallied prematurely to a clear late lead last week, draws inside again to set up a better timed moved


5-Shezza GNP N – Dropped n popped in a big way with a new lifetime mark as the even money favorite last week, bumps up in class while brimming with new-found confidence



5-Crazshana – Steady gelding with some back class drops another notch, lands an ideal midpack post & finds a fields a highly beatable field


7-Life Well Lived – Appreciated his recent layoff, came right back a winner & solid second last week, took a 1:54.4 mark here last season & may be primed to blow by them with the right trip


3-Max Volo – Sports a 1:53.3 mark here in 2019, eligible to step it up in his second start off the bench with another inside draw in a very interesting puzzle



5-Kadabra Queen – Grinded gamely to a clear late lead as the beaten favorite last week, drops another notch, retains Scott Zeron & lands a prime spot to exploit


8-Lucky Matter – Makes his Big M debut for a new barn, shows some competitive lines in tougher classes @ The Meadows, post eight is no picnic, but he picks up Dave Miller & faces a camera-shy bunch


6-No Excuses – Has a couple of close seconds recently with seemingly no excuses @ Pocono,  but has piled up $100,000 this season & can do it either way



7-Mocedes Boy – Hoosier Park shipper arrives fresh off a career best blowout in Indiana, only eight starts this year, so this 3YO is just starting to ramp up his game for Team Miller


5-Oberto – The red-hot Dexter Dunn did a great job of keeping him alive to the wire in that narrow loss last week, an excellent rebound effort off those recent breaks as well


4-Avalonia – Late-blooming 3YO filly has won two of her last three elsewhere, fresh off a new mark she draws inside to tap her upside further for Team Svanstedt



4-Cracklin Rosie – Seen her act here in the past, ships from The Meadows, changes barns to Juan Cano, gets class & post relief & adds Dave Miller


7-The Lady Sheriff – Just one for 22 this season, beaten lukewarm favorite had only mild late pace to hit the board, now makes her third start off the bench with Lasix added


1-I Will Do It – Has rallied for minor spoils in her last few, moves inside second time Lasix & would benefit from a stalking trip within closer range in this wide-open field 



3-Tailgunner Hanover – 1:52.4 winner here this season, finished much better to hit the board in his second start off the bench, draws the same inside post & could be on the verge


5-Ideal Son – Had won two of three off the recent claim before just missing from an impossible spot last week as the beaten favorite, a live item draws a lot attention here


7-Pecorino – Stormed home from a tough spot to just miss to Ideal Son two starts back, 4YO returns to the mile track with a challenging post & needs some speed to shoot at




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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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